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Offline marcie dean

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my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« on: Wednesday 11 January 17 07:55 GMT (UK) »
such a plain name  brown, but then she married a joseph tickle 2nd hubbyanyone else got a strabge name in their family tree.
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Lanark/Argyll/Renfrew/Ayr:Smith, Steele,Kirkwood,Hamilton,May,orO'mayscott and anderso, craig , forbes taggart Kirkwood, milloy and steel apart ftom others which are numerous, graham mcilroy. stewart.brown batton
Edinburgh/Aberdeen: Laidlaw,Brown,Dean//Charles/Hall/Slight/Johnston

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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 09:11 GMT (UK) »
Tickle isn't strange around here (Cheshire).  There's an estate agent of that name, and at my ex-place of work there was an M E Tickle, which looked better in a list with initials following surname.  And one of my distant ancestors is alleged to have married a Susannah Tickle in Devon.
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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 10:25 GMT (UK) »
I lived in Cheshire as a child and had a teacher called Miss Tickle.
Benson Dalton in Furness (Ulverston) and Hull, Boulton Dalton-in-Furness and surrounding areas, Brand Lincs. Cockett Lincs, Yorks, Lancs, Da Costa (or variants) Spain/Portugal, London, Gilchrist Lincs, Scotland, Mann Sussex, Kent, Herts, Mumby, Lincs and Hull, Pemberton Ches, Lancashire, Stanton Lincs, Robinson Lincs, Whittaker Ches/Lancs, Wright Bethnal Green

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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 10:51 GMT (UK) »
I lived in Cheshire as a child and had a teacher called Miss Tickle.

I do hope her name wasn't Tess ....   8)
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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 15:02 GMT (UK) »
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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 16:47 GMT (UK) »
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Quote from: LizzieW on Today at 10:25

    I lived in Cheshire as a child and had a teacher called Miss Tickle.


I do hope her name wasn't Tess .... 

 :) :)

Actually, I have no idea because when I was a child we didn't know the first name of adults, apart from parents and relatives.  Everyone else was called Miss T, Mr A, Mrs B etc.  It drives me mad now when children address adults by their first names when they barely know them - getting old I guess.
Benson Dalton in Furness (Ulverston) and Hull, Boulton Dalton-in-Furness and surrounding areas, Brand Lincs. Cockett Lincs, Yorks, Lancs, Da Costa (or variants) Spain/Portugal, London, Gilchrist Lincs, Scotland, Mann Sussex, Kent, Herts, Mumby, Lincs and Hull, Pemberton Ches, Lancashire, Stanton Lincs, Robinson Lincs, Whittaker Ches/Lancs, Wright Bethnal Green

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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 17:32 GMT (UK) »
There were some local "characters" called Tickell in Cambridgeshire.

Joseph Tickell - called himself Squire Kim Joseph Hollick De La Taste Tickell.  He ran the Tickell Arms - he died ~1990 I think, here's a piece on him

"Kim de la Taste Tickell - the late landlord of the Tickell Arms at Whittlesford, near Cambridge - used to terrify customers who didn't meet his approval, as they walked through the door. "I'm not having south London garage proprietors and their tarts in here," he would scream. "Out, out, out!" His "insufferables" were left-wingers, black people and "modern" women. Anyone wearing a CND badge was immediately banned"

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/time-you-miserable-lot-1106480.html

He was also known for chasing people out of his pub with an African spear.

Born 1917, Joseph H de la T Tickell, mother Couch, Fulham Reg District.
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Re: my husband grandmothers' mother remarried
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 18:56 GMT (UK) »
There were some local "characters" called Tickell in Cambridgeshire.

Joseph Tickell - called himself Squire Kim Joseph Hollick De La Taste Tickell.  He ran the Tickell Arms - he died ~1990 I think, here's a piece on him

EDIT  -  The last (humorous) contribution on yesterday's Letters page in The Times is about this very person.  Different anecdotes though:
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