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Re: Meaning of "MILLWARD"
Posted by: Mike Millward Date: April 02, 2001 at 14:51:27
In Reply to: Meaning of "MILLWARD" by Graeme Millward of 180

My father, Frank Millward, looked into the family tree and followed it back to Brixham in Devon via Liverpool, where his father worked on the Queen Mary as hairdresser. As part of his investivgations, he found that 'Millward' was based on 'Mill warden', someone who looked after a mill (what sort is unknown). I hope this is of use.


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