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Latest Activity: Aug 13, 2012
Started by Gerald Randall Clayton Aug 13, 2012.
Started by Jo Kotylak. Last reply by Paul Howes Jul 26, 2009.
Just letting any Howes, Howse, Hows or House people know that an article about our One-Name Study will appear in Family Tree Magazine (UK) at the end of January
And, if you are planning on attending the WDYTYA exhibition in February, do stop by my presentation about the study on the Saturday afternoon!
Thanks Randall. Chances are likely that you have no connection with us plural-sounding HOWESes, HOWSEs, HOWSes and HOUSEs. There are a few families with an s in their name who lost it over the years but almost nobody has gained an s.
I do remain open to the possibility that there is a connection between singular and plural-sounding names. Anyone reading this who is interested in DNA testing might like to know that the two major testing services both have groups covering s and no-s names, but so far there has been no match between the names.
My grandmother's name was Annie Howse and she was born in Aynho, Northamptonshire and immigrated to Manitoba.
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