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|Nicola||Report||15 Jan 2003 05:55|
In the 1980s a Helen Fosbrook did a family tree for the Fosbrook family and she found that there were only about 100 Fosbrooks left in the UK. The Fosbrooks were Lords of the Manor in the 1400s. It would be great if any Fosbrooks could get in touch with me. My Grandfather was Edwin Fosbrook, but he died a number of years ago and the Fosbrook line has now finished on our side of the family.