In the 1586 will of Edmund NASON, made in Wellesbourne,Warwickshire, a
daughter is named as 'ffrizard'. If the 'z' is read as a 'yogh'
still remains unfamiliar.
Edmund's other children have common or garden English names, saving that
of Isabell (which might be considered less English than Thomas, Anne,
etc.?), a recurrent family name.
A 'Google' presents some French genealogies within which the name
Frizarde' appears as a C13th family name (FRIZARDE de LAVEDAN).
Can any one suggest a more suitable transcription or comment on this
incidence of the name?
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