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Welcome to the list. For general history you should read Carter: The Quatremaynes of Oxfordshire. Its a reference book in Oxford County Library. Ask your local library.

Plus if you are ever in Oxford the second floor of the county library is a family history centre with a wealth of information with old maps and photographs.

If you want to trace your direct lineage the register of Births, Deaths and Marriages which are on microfiche in most county libraries is a good place to start.

Best of luck

Victoria Quarterman

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I am Martin Quartermain, 31 and living in Glastonbury, Somerset, England. I stumbled on your site and am interested in the history of my surname.

Please feel free to contact me with any information you may have.

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