[ANSTHRLD] location and more questions
Sara L Friedemann
liana at ellipsis.cx
Fri Dec 5 13:52:31 PST 2003
Quoth tmcd at panix.com:
> Dieu et mon droit! (That's French for "My God! It's right!")
> Born 10 November 1480, died 1517. OK, rare in England.
Not really that rare by the 16th century.
"16th Century Gloucestershire Names"
has <Bridgett>, <Bridget>, <Bridgret>
"16th Century Names from Ormskirk Parish Registers"
has <Brichet> and <Brychet>.
Not especially popular, but it's in the range with <Sara>,
<Lettis>, <Sibyl>, and more popular than <Rachel>, <Parnell>
There are other citations if you want to browse the articles at:
"Medieval Names Archive: English Names 1450-1600"
vita sine literis mors est
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