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Therefore, during the lifetime of a single person, his name was often spelt in many different ways, explaining the many spelling variations encountered while researching the name Purcell.
Some of these variations included: Purcell, Purcel, Pursell, Purcill, Purcells, Percell, Porcell, Percill, Persell, Percel, Pirsell, Porcill, Porsell, Purcelle, Purcele, Persells, Pursells, Purcels, Porcells, Purchell, Purscel, Purtill and many more.
Ytie, along with step-sons John and Thomas Parcell, appear on the rate list of Newtown in 1683.
In March 1684 she petitioned the Council concerning a dispute over lands near Gravesend - the last time her name appears in the public records.
Nicholas Purcell, 13th Baron of Loughmoe (1651 4 March 1722) was the first son of Colonel James Purcell of Loughmoe and Elizabeth Butler, sister the influential James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde.
Nassau County Historical Society Journal 18:3 (summer 1957) 1-16; (summer- fall 1969) reprinted 24-37. They provided a home for their children from previous marriages and at least two of their own.The Norman conquest of England began in 1066 AD with the invasion of the Kingdom of England by the troops of conqueror Guillaume Le Conqurant aka "William the Conqueror" (Duke of Normandy) and his success at the Battle of Hastings resulted in Norman control of England.For distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.It's a cute idea but I don't think it's wise to be providing such detail, especially your mother's maiden name, as it is often the secret question asked on sites where you require a password to log in.So I'm revising the meme to suit me and I hope others will follow suit, either here as a comment on Olive Tree Genealogy blog, or on their own blog.