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Subject: Re: Annes & Annest
Author: Pie   (Authenticated as Pie)
Date: August 6, 2009 at 9:34:59 AM
Reply to: Annes & Annest by Lilya
I'd assume they were in use in the 17th century, as they were still in use in the 19th century, although quite rare. The Welsh bmds which I have access to list several occurrences of Annes, Anness, and Annesta between 1840 and 1925. (No Annest) There are also hundreds of Nestas - looks like Nesta took over from the original name.

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