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Subject: Re: Preinfalk, Halfpenny, Goldworthy and Cutforth
Author: Marc   (Authenticated as picard)
Date: March 19, 2009 at 7:52:29 PM
Reply to: Preinfalk, Halfpenny, Goldworthy and Cutforth by CN
Preinfalk is a variant of Breinfalk where Brein means 'mush, porridge' but I can't figure out what the whole name means. You can find their distribution in Germany at http://www.verwandt.de/karten/index/r_37_23.html.
I don't know the origin of Cutforth but Goldworthy and Halfpenny are both placenames, the former in Devon and the latter in Cumbria.
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