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  • Gail in Ashton
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    Pigot(t) Cheshire and Shropshire 14th century (Butley, Cheshire) to 19th Century Shropshire - Pigot of Peplow/Hodnet and Pigott of Chetwynd.

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  • yummy-mummy-amy
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    Originally posted by Sunny Rosy View Post
    Pettitt, Suffolk/Cambridgeshire
    i know a pettitt family in whittlesey cambs

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  • Oldgirl
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    Pullan/Pulleyne areas of Ripon, Ripley and Bishop Thornton. Yorkshire

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  • kiki1982
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    PON(D)MAN mainly Middlesex, then Surrey, and London. Before 1800 in Lincolnshire and also a very few in Leeds and Cambridgeshire.

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  • wuschel
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    The name PULLEY; Area of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
    Last edited by wuschel; 19-09-14, 20:33.

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  • Sunny Rosy
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    Pettitt, Suffolk/Cambridgeshire

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  • mattylf678
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    PLATT sometimes written as PLATTS​ which is confusing, in ENGLAND somewhere (sorry don't have much) around 1829

    Last edited by mattylf678; 17-09-13, 22:43.

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  • joboy
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    PUMPHREY ...... Hastings Sussex

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  • LaurenS1990
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    Page London

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  • Jen~Ealogy
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    Pierce/Peirce/Pearce. Marden. Kent.

    PELHAM: Manchester.

    PITMAN: Manchester.
    Last edited by Jen~Ealogy; 11-04-13, 12:43.

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  • TrevorFranklin
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    Pursglove
    Purseglove
    Sussex, kent, London and other Sourthern England counties

    Poole
    Malmesbury; Wiltshire
    Tetbury; Glos
    many threads that migrated from those areas to Wales, Canada, New Zealand

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  • EssexCorinne
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    PULLAN and variants Pulliene/Pullyene in Harewood or Leeds area of Yorkshire 17th century

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  • minnie brett
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    POOLE maidstone kent / colchester essex

    PUDNEY essex

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  • pejay
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    Parkinson - Lincolnshire

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  • dwedsmum
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    PEARSON Dudley West Midlands or anywhere that area.
    Last edited by dwedsmum; 02-07-12, 11:58.

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  • Prairie Chicken
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    Passmore, Samuel Hulland, 1880-1945: South Molton, Devon : 1860 & earlier

    Plonka, Joannes or John (1867-1937) : Krakow, Poland : 1867 & earlier

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  • georgy
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    Pearce.. Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire.

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  • Christine in Herts
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    PAFOOT / PAFFOTT / ... & various variations thereof in Portsea area, early/mid C19th.

    I suspect it's related to PAFFORD, but haven't found the join (yet).
    It may also be related to PAWFOOT, and phonetically similar names beginning with a B, instead.

    Christine

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  • rivington
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    Peet .

    James Peet 1877-1951. born:North Meols Lancashire,died: Victoria Australia. Emigrated to Australia 1912.

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  • Oscar
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    Poole - Stoke on Trent

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