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D'ACRE in Donegal
« on: Wednesday 11 March 09 05:14 GMT (UK) »
GDAY:)
Trying to research my D'ACRE direct Line who were french refugees,Appears came to donegal or Laois in 1700s, and started a silk spinning industry there
Was told they were Huegenots but cant find them listed in hugenots sites Ive looked at
Some anglicised Name to Deaker
Wondering if anyone please can help me with this
Thanks
Regards
Cathy:)
Ireland...Direct Lines
Down..Clendinnen
Clare..Haren, Ryan
Kerry...Doody
Tipperary...Morrisey
Wexford...Clendinnen, Steele, Ellis
Roscommon...Carley, Fallon

France...D'Acre, Went to Ireland some Changed to DEAKER

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Essex: Mountford, Cornell, Philpott, Hawkes
Wiltshire: Stone, Annetts,

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