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Title: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Monday 04 August 08 23:27 BST (UK)
Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc
ELSOM
BELTON
LYON
ASKEW
ALLCOCK
PAWLETT
MORLEY
PEAKE
CLARKE
BRAMBLE
MALLET/MALLIT
SKETCHER/SCETCHER
LONGBOTTOM/LONGBOTHAM
STORR/STOR
PAVEY/PAVY
BACON
FREEMAN
BOWMAN
BRACKENBURY/BRACKENBOROUGH

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: gazania on Monday 04 August 08 23:31 BST (UK)
Hi,

I am interested in Palin from Welbourne & Branston. Bye Gazania
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Tuesday 05 August 08 00:41 BST (UK)
Hi,

I am interested in Palin from Welbourne & Branston. Bye Gazania

Hello Gazania

I have hit a brick wall with my Palings.

George & Mary Paling lived and died in Weston where they baptised 11 children between 1778 and 1796 but where they married or came from is anybody's guess. According to his burial age George was born about 1748. Have you found a George who could be him?

I have found a George & Mary marriage on IGI in Buckminster, Leics in 1775 who are possibles but I've been unable to discover where they came from although George appears to have been on the run  from the police in the late 1770s which may be why they ended up in Weston if he escaped the long arm of the law. Having said that as far as I'm aware my George was a respectable farmer when he died in 1810.

Do you think we may have a connection? What period are you researching?

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: gazania on Tuesday 05 August 08 01:08 BST (UK)
Hi,

I can't see a connection. My family stayed in the same area from about 1717 to the 1900s luckily for me.  Gazania
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: gemor01 on Saturday 09 August 08 16:03 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,I have Morley and Storr in the northwest of Lincs. George.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Saturday 09 August 08 20:08 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,I have Morley and Storr in the northwest of Lincs. George.

Hello George

My Storrs are in Swineshead & Osbournby in the 17thC, Anne Storr, bap 1660, dau of Robert & Bridget, being my 8x Gt Grandmother. I have been unable to find Robert & Bridget's marriage.

My Morley connection starts with Mary Morley born 1800 in Swinstead, dau of John Morley & Rhoda Peake who married in Edenham in 1767 and lived in Edenham, Swinstead & Aslackby.

So I'm afraid neither families lived in NW Lincs but maybe they came from there originally. Can you see a possible connection?

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Graham Whitehead on Wednesday 10 September 08 22:47 BST (UK)
If your MORLEYs or CLARKEs were from Grantham or Long Bennington there could be a connection.  My great-grandfather, David Morley born Mqrch 1858 Long Bennington on marriage moved to Grantham where he died Feb. 1937,  He was a journeyman bootmaker and a Methodist Local Preacher.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Wednesday 10 September 08 23:09 BST (UK)
If your MORLEYs or CLARKEs were from Grantham or Long Bennington there could be a connection. My great-grandfather, David Morley born Mqrch 1858 Long Bennington on marriage moved to Grantham where he died Feb. 1937, He was a journeyman bootmaker and a Methodist Local Preacher.

Hello Graham

Haven't we been in touch before? Your name is familiar.

I'm afraid I don't know whether there's a connection between our families or not. My most recent Morley is an Ann born 1800 in Swinstead, d/o John Morley & Rhoda Peake who also lived in Edenham, & Aslackby.

Ann married in Bourne in 1822. She had 2 surviving brothers - John whose history I don't know & William who married Sarah Marriott in Swinstead in 1820.

As for Clarke, this is even earlier; my most recent being a Rhoda Clarke baptised in 1726 in Fulbeck.

Sorry I can't help but if you think we may be related do get back to me.

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: GeoffE on Thursday 11 September 08 16:53 BST (UK)
The IGI has no marriages at Weston from 1756-79 :(
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Thursday 11 September 08 23:04 BST (UK)
The IGI has no marriages at Weston from 1756-79 :(

Hello Geoff

Thank you for your reply. However, I have searched Weston's parish registers plus about 30+ other parishes without success. There appears to be only 1 George & Mary Paling marriage & that's the Buckminster one. I'm beginning to realise that's the one I've been searching for. Still can't find George's baptism though.

Thanks again

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: curlyhev on Sunday 19 October 08 15:48 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda im tracing the Bacon family tree from Grantham if that fits in with your info. Drop me a line if so thanks!
Heather
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Monday 20 October 08 14:48 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda im tracing the Bacon family tree from Grantham if that fits in with your info. Drop me a line if so thanks!
Heather

Hello Heather

You mention no dates so I can't say for sure. All I have so far is William Bacon baptised in 1770 in Pinchbeck, Spalding which isn't  a million miles from Grantham so there may be a connection. His parents were John B & Mary Howitt, siblings: John, Charles & Howitt.

William married in Cowbit where he baptised 2 daughters: Sarah & Mary. Mary died and Sarah's family stayed in the Spalding area, apart from 1 daughter who  emigrated to the U.S.

Further back in time my line stops with a John & Elizabeth Bacon who baptised 2 children in Pinchbeck in 1741 and 1742. Where they married or came from I don't know. Maybe you have found a John/Elizabeth marriage about 1740? I hope!

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: muvva on Monday 20 October 08 22:42 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,
I have the Elsom family from Rippingale in my tree. My gt.gt. grandmother was Susan Elsom, b.1856, she was the youngest child of Michael Elsom and Dinah Portess. Does this connect with your Elsom family?
Regards,
muvva
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Monday 20 October 08 22:55 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,
I have the Elsom family from Rippingale in my tree. My gt.gt. grandmother was Susan Elsom, b.1856, she was the youngest child of Michael Elsom and Dinah Portess. Does this connect with your Elsom family?
Regards,
muvva

Hello Muvva

I don't know I'm afraid, you're a bit too recent for me. The surname joined my tree when Sarah Elsom, bap 1792 Moulton, married George Paling in 1814. Their descendants stayed around the Spalding area & I have traced Sarah's ancestry back to a John Elsom baptised in Bourne 1723, son of John (no mother's name) but where he originated I do not know.

It is quite possible we belong to 2 seperate branches of the same tree but I have no evidence. I have noted Elsoms in Rippingale in the 18thC & wondered whether there was a connection there with my line but have found nothing concrete yet.

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Graham Whitehead on Tuesday 21 October 08 08:08 BST (UK)
If your MORLEYs or CLARKEs were from Grantham or Long Bennington there could be a connection. My great-grandfather, David Morley born Mqrch 1858 Long Bennington on marriage moved to Grantham where he died Feb. 1937, He was a journeyman bootmaker and a Methodist Local Preacher.
Yes, Brenda, I think we have.  I do not have any Morleys in Swinstead so perhaps we could link further back but mine trace back to Isaac (from Orston, Notts) = Ann Bugg and then earlier to Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Notts c 1650, with Richard and William.  The forename pattern is maintained.   I only have Dawson in Swinethorpe, which I often confuse with Swinstead.  Let me know if we do link. Happy Hunting.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: muvva on Wednesday 22 October 08 09:43 BST (UK)
The surname joined my tree when Sarah Elsom, bap 1792 Moulton, married George Paling in 1814.
It is quite possible we belong to 2 seperate branches of the same tree but I have no evidence. I have noted Elsoms in Rippingale in the 18thC & wondered whether there was a connection there with my line but have found nothing concrete yet.

Hi Brenda,
it seems we have two different Elsom families. I have traced my Elsom line back to John Elsom bap. 1638 in Rippingale. I do have two Sarah's in my tree, both baptised in Rippingale but neither matching the date of your Sarah .

Good luck with your research
muvva
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: curlyhev on Wednesday 22 October 08 12:14 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda!  Sorry with the delay in my reply.  Right my Bacon's mainly come from Grantham and then some from Essex they go bk to 1731 so far that being of a James born 1731 in Essex who married a Ann In gold born abt 1735 also in Essex.   They start from the present day as my mothers maiden name was Bacon.   Let me know if you have a connection or i could give you some more info on any ofthe others i have.
Heather x
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Wednesday 22 October 08 13:56 BST (UK)
The surname joined my tree when Sarah Elsom, bap 1792 Moulton, married George Paling in 1814.
It is quite possible we belong to 2 seperate branches of the same tree but I have no evidence. I have noted Elsoms in Rippingale in the 18thC & wondered whether there was a connection there with my line but have found nothing concrete yet.

Hi Brenda,
it seems we have two different Elsom families. I have traced my Elsom line back to John Elsom bap. 1638 in Rippingale. I do have two Sarah's in my tree, both baptised in Rippingale but neither matching the date of your Sarah .

Good luck with your research
muvva

Hello Muvva

My Sarah was definitely baptised in Moulton, as was her father, John in 1765. He is the son of John Elsom (baptised 1723, Bourne, son of John Elsom) and Elizabeth Lyon who married in Moulton.

I am trying to trace the senior John who baptised his son in 1723 in Bourne. Unfortunately his wife's name was not mentioned in the baptism record.

There were 2 John Elsoms in Bourne at this time. One married Martha Askew in Bourne in 1720 (possible parents of my John) plus another whose marriage I have been unable to find. I cannot find the origins of either of these 2 Johns and suspect this will be an eternal brick wall - which John is mine and where did he come from? I presume he was born about 1690.

The John bap in 1723 (my earliest proven ancestor) had the following children: William, Mary, Sarah, John (mine), Robert,  Anne & Elizabeth. I think I can account for William, Elizabeth & Sarah from the mother's family but the others - Mary, Robert & Anne are, I presume, from John's.  All popular forenames I know but can you see some possible connection there? I'm looking for a John, Robert, Mary & Anne family in the late 17thC.

What are the forenames of your family for this period?

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: muvva on Friday 24 October 08 18:52 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,

My Rippingale Elsom line from William bap 1667. He and his wife had two sons, Robert (1706) and John (1716 - 1720)
Robert and his wife had 8 children - Robert (1729), Anne (1731), Sarah (1732), Eleanor (1735), John (1738), Mary (1741-1742), William 1743-1745), Hannah (1745), Abigail (1746)

All children baptised in Rippingale and all common names I'm afraid so I'm not sure if that's any help.

Regards,
muvva
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: linclinks on Monday 27 October 08 21:20 GMT (UK)
I have Brackenbury, Askew, Morley and Longbottom connections (distant) see my tree by googling Lincolnshire and Fenland Families or link on this page.

Regards

Jacky
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: strogger on Thursday 27 November 08 11:17 GMT (UK)
I am researching the Allcocks who in the early 1900s were living at or near Burton Joyce, Notts.
Strogger.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Thursday 27 November 08 13:56 GMT (UK)
I am researching the Allcocks who in the early 1900s were living at or near Burton Joyce, Notts.
Strogger.

Hello Strogger

I'm afraid you're much too recent for me. Allcock joined my family when Sarah Allcock married William Lyon in 1730 in Whaplode, Lincs. Her origins are a mystery. Sorry I can't help.

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: dunpay on Thursday 25 December 08 08:08 GMT (UK)
Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc
ELSOM
BELTON
LYON
ASKEW
ALLCOCK
PAWLETT
MORLEY
PEAKE
CLARKE
BRAMBLE
MALLET/MALLIT
SKETCHER/SCETCHER
LONGBOTTOM/LONGBOTHAM
STORR/STOR
PAVEY/PAVY
BACON
FREEMAN
BOWMAN
BRACKENBURY/BRACKENBOROUGH

Brenda

Hi Brenda,

I am interested in PALING/PALIN/PAYLING from Lincs and Notts. I have a William PAYLING and family from Fulbeck in my tree if you are interested in following up.

Regards,
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Saturday 27 December 08 20:51 GMT (UK)
Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc
ELSOM
BELTON
LYON
ASKEW
ALLCOCK
PAWLETT
MORLEY
PEAKE
CLARKE
BRAMBLE
MALLET/MALLIT
SKETCHER/SCETCHER
LONGBOTTOM/LONGBOTHAM
STORR/STOR
PAVEY/PAVY
BACON
FREEMAN
BOWMAN
BRACKENBURY/BRACKENBOROUGH

Brenda

Hi Brenda,

I am interested in PALING/PALIN/PAYLING from Lincs and Notts. I have a William PAYLING and family from Fulbeck in my tree if you are interested in following up.

Regards,

Hello Dunpay

Is that you, Duncan? If so, I believe we have been in touch before, in 2003. I have been unable to connect my Paling family with your Fulbeck one I'm afraid but if you have found a baptism of a George P in about 1750 or his marriage in about 1777 since we last spoke I'd be very interested to hear.

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: dunpay on Saturday 27 December 08 22:05 GMT (UK)
Hi Brenda,

Yes it's me again. You obviously keep better records than me!
Sorry no change from this end either. Thanks for taking time out to respond.
Regards, Duncan
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: RomanyRoser on Wednesday 14 January 09 05:20 GMT (UK)
Hi-  My Lincolnshire surname interests are HITCHCOCK & LAVENDER, CARTER,CLARKE. Can anyone help. My Great Grt Grandfather (James HITCHCOCK & his 2nd wife Mary CLARKE) arrived in Western Australia in 1853- Jan (Western Australia)
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: daskys on Thursday 19 March 09 13:55 GMT (UK)
Hi,

Have Morley, Bacon, Foster, Pawlett, Peake in my husband's tree from Lincolnshire.

John Morley - son of John Morley and Rhoda Peak is his lineage.
John married Mary Foster - daughter of George Foster and Priscilla Bacon.

Cheers

Kymm
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: RomanyRoser on Friday 20 March 09 01:58 GMT (UK)
Hi There- I have information on PAWLET in my research on Gypsy convicts to Australia. William HARRIS @ PAWLET was transported to Western Australia. He married the daughter of an Aboriginal Tribe in Western Australia. I would like to have the information on the PAWLET family. If you can send an answer on my private email, in return I will send you his family tree- Roser
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: genuisscuffy on Friday 27 March 09 14:57 GMT (UK)
Hi I have found out I think I am related to Anne Askew who married a John Munks. His son William Munks married Georgetta Virginia Musson - any relation?
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: waitehoskerlewis on Monday 04 May 09 16:13 BST (UK)
My Bowman's were in Spilsby and Ingoldmells and Boston in Lincolnshire.  Henry Alexander Bowman or Harry Bowman b.c (married Marion Waite in 1902 at Boston) - Henry Bowman - it says on marriage cert. "retired major in the Royal Artillery"
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: photo7 on Wednesday 20 May 09 16:55 BST (UK)
Sisters Hannah b.1831 and Betsey b.1841 Brackenbury of Tumby Lincolnshire were married to John Maidens b. 1824. In 1851 and 1868. respectively, are they in your family?
Title: Re: Clark Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: franpow on Saturday 06 June 09 23:27 BST (UK)
May I add my search with William Clark 1932-1960 b.Kirton Linsey nr. Lincoln.
(put in a children home)

I'm researching him for a friend. So every inch of information is valuable. In particular the names / date of birth of his siblings.

Thank you for letting me bring my info & query here.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: photo7 on Sunday 07 June 09 12:29 BST (UK)
Sorry I have no information of the Clark family of Kirton Lindsey, Lincoln.
Please advise as to whether the Brackenbury of Tumby, Lincolnshire info was relevant to your research. If yes please can you share your information.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: juliskasteed on Monday 10 August 09 04:57 BST (UK)
Hi, I am researching a William Harris aka Paulet (ggg grandfather) who arrived on the convict ship Pyrenees in 1851.We think he was born on April 3rd 1831, according to convict records. It sounds like the same one you are researching. I have hit a brick wall when it comes to any information past this.
Any help you can give me would be great!!
Thanks, Juliska
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: strogger on Monday 10 August 09 09:31 BST (UK)
I think you have sent this to the wrong person.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: kiwicatz on Monday 10 August 09 15:21 BST (UK)
Hello Brenda
I have an Ann Crosby in my tree who married a Stephen (I think, I was about to go to bed when I saw your post) Brackebury. They emigrated to the USA, where I think they both died young, and I have been unable to trace their childen very far. I will have another look at my tree tomorrow, and post to you again. I also have Longbottom connections (began in Lincolnshire and ended up in NZ)
Regards
Jan Moon
NSW, Australia
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: penelane on Thursday 03 December 09 09:48 GMT (UK)


My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
on: Monday 04 August 08 22:27 UTC (UK)

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"Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc
ELSOM
BELTON
LYON
ASKEW
ALLCOCK
PAWLETT
MORLEY
PEAKE
CLARKE
BRAMBLE
MALLET/MALLIT
SKETCHER/SCETCHER
LONGBOTTOM/LONGBOTHAM
STORR/STOR
PAVEY/PAVY
BACON
FREEMAN
BOWMAN
BRACKENBURY/BRACKENBOROUGH'

Brenda
I saw the above post and thought that I would reply as I have an interest in the name Storrs of Lincolnshire. My great Grandfather George Storrs was born in Stow and married a lady called Ann Tether formerly Kirman. I do not have a lot of info on the Storrs family so would be interested to see if there is any relationship there.

 

 
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Graham Whitehead on Thursday 03 December 09 18:24 GMT (UK)
What part of Lincs are your MORLEY ancestors from?  Mine are from Long Bennington and Grantham but prior to this they came from Orston, Notts and earlier still from Willloughby-on-the-Hill, Notts.  My Morley grandmother born in Grantham in 1888.  Please get in touch if there is a link.
Happy Hunting
Graham
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: penelane on Thursday 03 December 09 19:03 GMT (UK)
I am sorry I appear to have mislead you in that in my message yesterday I had actually copied the first message as it had been some time since it was posted and thought that it might jog some memories.  Sorry am new to this web site and so messed that.  I am in fact researching Storrs which was a name that also appeared in the original posting.  However I am also researching Spicer and Beeson.  My great grandparents lived in Long Bennington and are buried there.  Many of my relatives are also buried there and some descendents still live there.  The name there that I am researching is Spicer.  Storrs came from Stow and parts therby.  Beeson came from South Witham.
Penny
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Thursday 03 December 09 20:47 GMT (UK)
I am sorry I appear to have mislead you in that in my message yesterday I had actually copied the first message as it had been some time since it was posted and thought that it might jog some memories. Sorry am new to this web site and so messed that. I am in fact researching Storrs which was a name that also appeared in the original posting. However I am also researching Spicer and Beeson. My great grandparents lived in Long Bennington and are buried there. Many of my relatives are also buried there and some descendents still live there. The name there that I am researching is Spicer. Storrs came from Stow and parts therby. Beeson came from South Witham.
Penny

Hello Penny

My Storr family came from Swineshead and Osbournby, in the 17th century.

The surname first joined my family when Anne Storr, bap. 1660 Swineshead, married Nicholas Longbottom in 1685. Is this too early for you? I'm afraid I have no details of any Storrs later than this.

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: penelane on Friday 04 December 09 08:03 GMT (UK)
Thanks for that.  I am still in the early stages of researching this part of my family.  this was my grandmothers maiden name so have not gone back very far at this point but will bear you in mind as I progress.  Many thanks for the reply tho
Penny
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: kiwicatz on Saturday 02 January 10 09:07 GMT (UK)
Brenda
I have Longbottom relatives from Lincolnshire that emigrated to New Zealand
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Saturday 02 January 10 13:32 GMT (UK)
Brenda
I have Longbottom relatives from Lincolnshire that emigrated to New Zealand

Hello Janmoon

I have no record of a Longbottom emmigrant. Maybe you can give me more details of your stay-at-home relatives? Must be in the 18th or 17th centuries though, I have no recent records, the surname joining my family when a Jane Longbottom married Thomas Mallet in 1734 in Tydd St Mary.  All my family were in the Spalding area back to mid 1600s but where they came from before that is a mystery. Maybe you can help me find them?

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: RomanyRoser on Monday 04 January 10 12:09 GMT (UK)
Hi Brenda- A Stephen LONGBOTTOM born 6.9.1818 arrived in Western Australia
per the "Success"22.3.1843. with his wife Rose Hannah Tompson ?Smyth) born 1819- Roser
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: kiwicatz on Saturday 23 January 10 08:49 GMT (UK)
Hello Brenda
I also have Brackenbury interests - can we compare notes?
Regards
Jan
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Saturday 23 January 10 14:52 GMT (UK)
Hello Brenda
I also have Brackenbury interests - can we compare notes?
Regards
Jan

Hello Jan

Certainly. Mine started in Stickney with a marriage of John B in 1772 to Elizabeth Holden. They lived in Stickney & Friskney and their son, William B, married 1807 Elizabeth Meeds, lived in Friskney where my 3x Gt Grandfather Benjamin B was born in 1808. Benjamin married Ann Bowman in 1832 in Spalding where their daughter, Eliza was born in 1833.  She married Charles Sketcher in 1852 and they lived in Cowbit.

Any connection?

Regards

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Lincslass on Thursday 28 January 10 19:47 GMT (UK)
My surname interest is Askew lately Ayscough who all were born Brigsley or Stallingborough until the late 19th C when they pretty much moved from Lincolnshire to  the North East or London with only my ancestor staying in Lincolnshire. The earliest I have gone back in this line is Thomas b c 1725 who married an Elizabeth Welsh in 1749. Any links.

Jo
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Thursday 28 January 10 21:03 GMT (UK)
My surname interest is Askew lately Ayscough who all were born Brigsley or Stallingborough until the late 19th C when they pretty much moved from Lincolnshire to the North East or London with only my ancestor staying in Lincolnshire. The earliest I have gone back in this line is Thomas b c 1725 who married an Elizabeth Welsh in 1749. Any links.

Jo

Sorry but no, not that I'm aware of.

Brenda
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Lincslass on Thursday 28 January 10 23:55 GMT (UK)
Many thanks Brenda. Worth a try to break down my brick wall.

Cheers

Jo
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Redroger on Friday 29 January 10 13:49 GMT (UK)
May have a link to Elizabeth Welsh though it is a common name I have an Elizabeth Welsh b1762, daughter of William Welsh and Eleanor Robinson who married at Well in 1759. I wonder if your Elizabeth is a sister of William.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: sue 1950 on Saturday 13 February 10 16:13 GMT (UK)
Where are your Brackenbury's from please?
Sue
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Sunday 14 February 10 14:41 GMT (UK)
Where are your Brackenbury's from please?
Sue

Spalding & Friskney in the 19thC, Friskney & Stickney in the 18th.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Geoff-E on Sunday 14 February 10 15:08 GMT (UK)

Spalding & Friskney in the 19thC, Friskney & Stickney in the 18th.

Are you known as Kavik in another place?
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: bpking on Sunday 14 February 10 21:00 GMT (UK)

Spalding & Friskney in the 19thC, Friskney & Stickney in the 18th.

Are you known as Kavik in another place?

No
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: degenerate on Thursday 01 April 10 12:45 BST (UK)
Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc

I am conducting a genetic genealogy study of people with those surnames.

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,447832.0.html
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: LizzieW on Thursday 01 April 10 16:09 BST (UK)
Anyone got Cockett in their family history?  The first appearance in my tree was in 1710 in Carlton le Moorland, which I think is near Nottinghamshire.  From there they moved to Weston, Lincs and then to Holbeach.  One branch then took off to Gainsborough and my line went to Manchester.

Lizzie
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: michelle3fold on Tuesday 14 May 13 00:56 BST (UK)
I know this is an old thread ... but I am also researching ALLCOCK in Lincolnshire.

John Ephraim Allcock (who married Elizabeth Seamer in 1849) came to South Australia in 1855 from Long Sutton, Lincolnshire.  For some reason, he is known in Australia as Ephraim ALCOCK, and Elizabeth's maiden name is listed as Seymour.

Apparently John Ephraim Allcock's father's name is also John Ephraim Allcock ... but I cannot find any information about him.

Michelle
Adelaide, South Australia
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: lankyloo98 on Tuesday 21 May 13 15:57 BST (UK)
Hi,

I am interested in the Paling's (my maiden name is Paling)

I have done a lot of research on them for the Nottingham and surrounding area of Lincolnshire.

Let me know if you require any information
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: OrganicJohn on Sunday 26 May 13 17:08 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda
I think we might have been in touch before concerning Brackenbury/Brackenborough ancestors.My ancestor is William Brackenbury Truman who was the illegitimate son of Rebecca Brackenbury.He was born in1811 at Revesby but was chr.at Miningsby.He moved to Upwell Norfolk where he married Sarah Eaglestone in 1835.His father`s name could well have been Truman and perhaps he came from the Upwell area.Rebecca Brackenbury could have been born 1786 at Hammeringham and her parents could have been John Brackenbury and Susana Albones m.1786.I was also looking at a William Blanchard b.1786,Guyhirn and wife Mary b.1807 Outwell,Norfolk,and a William Kay b.1811,Outwell and son Richard b.1840,Upwell who moved to Lincolnshire.I cannot remember what connection they might have had with the Trumans and Brackenbury.Sometimes lines of enquiry get so complicated that it is easy to lose the plot!
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: debs14 on Thursday 30 May 13 19:06 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,
My maiden name is Storrs,i come from Scunthorpe lincs,where my family still live, have you any connection as your list has Storr,which is close
Debbie
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Redroger on Thursday 30 May 13 19:09 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,
My maiden name is Storrs,i come from Scunthorpe lincs,where my family still live, have you any connection as your list has Storr,which is close
Debbie
Just look at my Avatar picture Debbie; do you know anyone?
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: debs14 on Thursday 30 May 13 19:30 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,
sorry your avatar picture is well before my time im only 47
Debbie
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Redroger on Monday 03 June 13 21:37 BST (UK)
Debbie, I have not changed gender I hope! :) :)
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: debs14 on Wednesday 05 June 13 20:12 BST (UK)
Hi redroger,
I hope you haven't changed gender either, unfortunatly I was answering an enquiry to a surname close to mine in Lincolnshire, as im a lincolnshire  yellowbelly and must clicked on your link by mistake sorry
Debbie
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Claudia Oliver on Tuesday 16 August 16 16:00 BST (UK)
Hi I have found out I think I am related to Anne Askew who married a John Munks. His son William Munks married Georgetta Virginia Musson - any relation?

I am related in part to Georgetta's second husband Clarke Harvey. :)
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: kiwicatz on Sunday 28 August 16 03:26 BST (UK)
Hello

I list below the surnames I am researching in Lincolnshire. Love to hear from anyone also researching these names & who may be related.

PALING/PALIN/PAYLING etc
ELSOM
BELTON
LYON
ASKEW
ALLCOCK
PAWLETT
MORLEY
PEAKE
CLARKE
BRAMBLE
MALLET/MALLIT
SKETCHER/SCETCHER
LONGBOTTOM/LONGBOTHAM
STORR/STOR
PAVEY/PAVY
BACON
FREEMAN
BOWMAN
BRACKENBURY/BRACKENBOROUGH

Brenda
renda
I have Longbottoms in my tree in Lincolnshire and New Zealand, and Brackenbury's in Lincolnshire and America.
Regards
Jan
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Graham Whitehead on Sunday 28 August 16 09:41 BST (UK)
My Grandmother, born in Grantham 1888, was Mary Elizabeth Morley.  Her father David Morley, a bootmaker, born Long Bennington.  His father and grandfather both Isaac Morley farmer, ag/lab.  They trace back to Keyworth,, Notts, Orston = Ann Bugg, with a marriage in the late 1600s = Mary Winfield, Willoughby-on-the Wolds.   Maybe we link at some stage.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: lankyloo98 on Thursday 22 September 16 13:52 BST (UK)
Hi,
My maiden name was Paling and I have researched the family line, but this was for the Nottingham area.  I dont know if this would of interest to you.

Kind regards
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: cardinalcanary on Thursday 19 January 17 07:43 GMT (UK)
I have direct Clarke ancestors in Crowle
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Jbaum12 on Wednesday 18 July 18 05:16 BST (UK)
Hi Brenda,

I believe we are definitely connected. Im related to William Morley who is the son of John Morley and Rhoda Peake. Do you have any information on William Morley, their son? My family lives in the states so I would love to learn more on who came over etc.  Look forward to hearing from you!

Jenni
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Graham Whitehead on Wednesday 18 July 18 09:09 BST (UK)
Without any dates and events, CMB, I am unable to say how we are connected if at all.
I have found no Peake family in my ancestry.   Can you give more information?   Was this William born in Grantham, was he educated at the King's school, did he become Postmaster
for Spalding?   This William was my great-uncle = Ethel Topham.  He was born 21 April 1896.
Title: Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
Post by: Redroger on Monday 23 July 18 21:51 BST (UK)
Bracken bury along with Edenbrow(ought) are names I believe peculiar to Lincolnshire. Most names in this thread seem to be from the north. Mine (Luffman) is an interloper (1790s) from Somerset.