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Andrew Growte 1490/1546
He is listed as my earliest known ancestor and I am wondering whether there any earlier known records in existence as to parentage and further back still.
Any help in this matter would be much appreciated.


Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Quendon, Essex

 



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Am a retired Postal Officer living in Cirencester Glos and have been researching my family tree for the past three years. There are of course four branches to follow,they being Grout,Brown,Evans and Cook[Cooke]. Am at present concentrating on my own name.



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