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Re: Origins of "Shadrick"
Posted by: Bev pease Date: September 26, 1999 at 15:32:09
In Reply to: Origins of "Shadrick" by Shadrick Wall of 280

There was a family in Sussex, England but the
line l have spelt it SHADERICK, also can be SHADDOCK and SHADDICK, changed because folks were illiterate, and didn't much care anyway. l anm in touch with someone researching SHADRICK in uk last century.


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