is this correct or is there any better?

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Horsa

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Apart from the spelling - reference it is ok but rather informal. Most situations where you would acknowledge receipt of a reference are formal so perhaps -

'I have received your reference ...'

or even more formally

'I am in receipt of your reference ...
 

Anglika

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I think what you are trying to say is "I found/received reference to your name in / from..."
 
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