BOXELL or a derivative of BOXALL
As I struggle to break through my brick wall I've come to the realisation that the further back we go travel in time the more likely the spellings are changed.I have a Henry and Mary (nee ??) BOXALL in Rogate, W.SsxMid-1700's that I can not get any further back.But I have noticed that you can have several different spellings to the surname within one family depending on who filled in the Parish Records.
So therefore I wondering if there could be someone on this forum who has found a Henry and Mary who does not fit in their tree or does not appear to due to the spelling.Look forward to hearing your comments on this.
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