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 Post subject: Daft names
PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2007 10:35 pm 
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I have been researching mum's grandparent's tree - WEST - is the name. Fielding West b. 1855 had a son called NORTH b. 1880 in Sutton, Kildwick!
Couldn't believe it!!! LOL
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Did Fielding have more children Annie? I wondered if he continued his theme?

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Yes he did - in 1891 census North was changed to (Henry) North - maybe he got a lot of stick eh?
Other children' names weren't as adventurous - Fred, Wharton, Albert & Ann.
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No South West then.

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No Mel - more's the pity - would have been a goodie eh?
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