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Re: ORIGIN of YELVERTON ? Anyone know?
Posted by: Andrew Bols Date: March 28, 2000 at 10:38:58
In Reply to: Re: ORIGIN of YELVERTON ? Anyone know? by Dave of 248

The main Yelverton family come from Norfolk...Yelverton is a village just outside Norwich. The Yelverton were Lords of Rackheath from the 13th C. The earlist i have is a John de Yelverton, living 1282.They made their money in law... many Recorders, Judges, etc.They were closely allied with the great Norfolk families of Berney and Paston. I can put my Gen Rep on my Home Page if Required.


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