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Re: Ponchard

Posted: 26 Apr 2012 10:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: PONCHARD

Dear Mr WILBUR 79
i agree with most of what you say, but
when you copy other peoples work you should write it word
for word.(PUNCHARD one name study )(Mrs B E Davies)said
PONCHARD: originating in Bristol circa 1700's this branch
exclusively in Australia, that is correct as 4 convict brothers from Bristol were exported to Australia.Ivy Ponchard was my aunty and Francis (convict)was my great great grandfather.
the way you put it PONCHARD:-Exclusive to Australia puts a different slant on it.Now I am going to give you some true facts that come out of Ancestry's records written docunents from 200 family trees which are all the same these are Sir JOHN PONCHARD (1112-1162)Born and Died Norfolk his father Sir WILLAM 1090 Norfolk and on one record his surname is spelt POUNCHARD and Sir John has a Normandy COA 2 LIONS either side of a red shield with 2 lions on the sheild and he also married a french woman Adelm Burgo Mortaigne Born 1117 France Died NORFOLK.One last fact??if the father and the son were knighted whose court were they in ?? remember John has a french COA one more thing when you write PONCHARD JONING THE LETTERS TOGETHER AND YOU DON'T JOIN THE O PROPERLY ON THE TOP IT BECOMES PUNCHARD PS I HAVE BEEN CALLED PUNCHARD MANY TIMES IN MY LIFE REGARDS DENIS PONCHARD
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jaques55 23 Feb 2008 12:14AM GMT 
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michellelewis... 11 Sep 2009 4:44AM GMT 
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deponch 28 Jan 2010 7:05AM GMT 
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jaques55 28 Jan 2010 9:45AM GMT 
deponch 24 Apr 2012 4:17AM GMT 
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