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Re: Eustace Rolfe of Heacham
Posted by: Joyce (ID *****7344) Date: October 29, 2008 at 14:50:20
In Reply to: Re: Eustace Rolfe of Heacham by GeneREDMOND of 1630

N> ..2 Eustace=Eustacius ROLFE, Sr. (Sir)
I used both expressions here because my notes indicated that this one was both a Senior and a Sir.
If any of the others here are Sirs, I don't know about it.

Joyce- Eustace was not a 'SIR'. He was a merchant and a 'gent',as was his son John.

N- J> British counties to use the 'Chapman code'

J- Suggest you use Wikepedia to find out more details.

J> John Rolfe [husband of Dorothy] died 29. Nov 1592 buried 1 Dec 1594

Of course I should have typed 1594. 4 days to burial not 2 years!
Excuse- Dyslexic fingers plus I must either find my specs, or buy a new pair, for use on the computer

Joyce


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