I have just come into this discussion. I am researching the Paddocks of Penryn, Cornwall, England, who emigrated to Australia in the mid-1800s, but am just back to the early 1800s. We had a bit of a block as the name had been spelt Padlock on our record. There was a family legend about Huguenots, so I am interested to read about the French connection & other spellings of the name. Cornwall would have been a close refuge for people escaping from France.
Have you found any connection between the Irish & Cornish Paddock lines? Hope to hear from you.
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