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Re: ROUGHLEY, Lancashire Eng.
Posted by: Alan Roughley Date: March 05, 2000 at 01:18:50
In Reply to: Re: ROUGHLEY, Lancashire Eng. by Ron Pounceby of 108

Yes please! This is the first reference I have heard about for the seventeenth century.
Does anybody know anything about a very early coat of arms, consisting of five silver swallows on a green ground, which is supposed to be that of the Roughley family?
Do you all agree with the definition of Roughley as being 'rough lea' or 'rough field'
Alan Roughley


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