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I have read in Norman Davies' recent history 'The Isles' of a Lakeland which existed prior to the roman invasion of Britain.
The people who inhabited Lakeland lived on raft Villages connected to the land by causeways, and they may have been Celtic. I suppose a connection to our surname. Does anyone have an idea about this connection?
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