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Re: [Authentic_SCA] HYW

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  • Sharon L. Krossa
    ... Well, put in as is or else only partially Anglicized/normalized (e.g., Latin case endings, if any, removed) -- it is hard to say which without seeing the
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      At 5:59 PM -0500 11/17/07, Megan & Dave wrote:
      >They've been discussing this site on the heraldic list(s) this week. The
      >prevailing opinion seems to be that they normalized common given names
      >(John, Thomas, etc) but uncommon given names were put in 'as is' (Sibryght,
      >Lambekyn, etc)

      Well, put in "as is" or else only partially Anglicized/normalized
      (e.g., Latin case endings, if any, removed) -- it is hard to say
      which without seeing the originals.

      Affrick
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