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Re: where does the name markwick originate from?
Posted by: David Markwick (ID *****8990) Date: July 17, 2002 at 14:19:33
In Reply to: where does the name markwick originate from? by lee markwick of 163

The Name Markwick can be traced back to around 1500 to a place called Hamesy near Lewes in Sussex, there are earlier references to the name Markwick in 1300/1400 but these can not as yet be linked into the current Markwick Tree, I can supply more details if required by anyone.


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