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Origin of Name:
Parsell with variant spellings Parcall, Parsall and Parcell, derives from the Old French "parcelle" meaning a division of land, especially a section attached to a manor or estate, which constituted one unit for tax registration purposes. The name "Parcell(e)" was therefore occupational for a tenant who tended such division of land for his overlord, or perhaps, in some instances, the term was bestowed as a type of "Status" nickname on one who owned a parcel of land.
Family Connections:
All families are from Hertfordshire.
INDIVIDUAL/GROUP RECORD PAGES (in Pedigree Order):
 
 
                 Eliza ILLOTT (1819)
                Frederick PARCELL (1777)
                 Winifred KNIGHT (1779)
               George PARCELL (1746)
                 Mary PHIPPS (1756)
               George PARSELL (1724)
                  Elizabeth GILBERT (1723)
               John PARSELL (1695)
                  Elizabeth xxxxxx (1695)

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8 April 2014



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