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From: "Nola Duffy" <>
Subject: Re: [NCGRANVI] Knap of Reeds
Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2007 22:56:11 -0500
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Thanks so much!

Nola

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Subject: Re: [NCGRANVI] Knap of Reeds


> The Knap of Reeds Creek was most likely named for some
> local geographic feature of the time..... Scottish in
> origin, the word, Knap, means: hillock, knoll, rounded
> knob, lump, or bump. Reeds, of course, are grass-like
> plants growing in shallow water or on marshy ground, or a
> knap.....
> r/Steven
>
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: "Nola Duffy" <>
>
>> Does anyone on the list know the origins of the name of
>> Knap
>> of Reeds?
>>
>> Nola
>>
>>
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