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Wiltshire Lookup Requests / Re: Lacock Marriage 1787 - BUTCHER and GINGELL
« on: Wednesday 14 September 11 17:25 BST (UK)  »
Hello David,

I just updated the tree for Eliza and Thomas to include their children -

If there is any further information you would like to add, please let me know. You can write to me direct at the page below -

Pronunciation is always a contentious topic. I've met several members or my not so immediate Gingell family and there have been several variations -

1. Guin (as in Guiness) jell (as in hair gel)
2. Guin (as in Guiness) jewel (as in jewellery)
3. Guin (as in Guiness) goul (as in goulash)
4. Gin (as in Gin and Tonic) jell (as in hair gel)
5. Gin (as in Gin and Tonic) jewel (as in jewellery)
6. Gin (as in Gin and Tonic) goul (as in goulash)

Personally, I favour the way my grandmother used to say it, Guin (as in Guiness) jell (as in hair gel).

Kind regards


Wiltshire Lookup Requests / Re: Lacock Marriage 1787 - BUTCHER and GINGELL
« on: Friday 09 September 11 10:07 BST (UK)  »
Hello David,

I have this couple on my Gingell family tree. The information was provided by Brian Butcher, the GtGtGtGrandson of Thomas Butcher and Eliza Gingell. It reads :

Thomas Butcher married Eliza Gingell at St Cyriac's, Lacock, Wiltshire, England on 27th December 1787. Married by licence. Both stated as Local. Bondsman Samuel Barnes a Lacock shopkeeper. Witnesses Emanuel Barnes and Henry Tayler. They had nine daughters and four sons. They lived at nearby Bowden Hill.

This information comes from my website at :

(You can contact Brian using the link above)

Kind regards


Derbyshire / Re: Charles Gingell
« on: Thursday 17 March 11 08:29 GMT (UK)  »
I'd love to add this Charles Gingell to my Gingell family tree.

Looking through my branches, I believe this is your Charles -

and you can view his family tree here -

Please let me know if you'd like to update Charles' entry.

Kind regards


Hello Eilleen,

I am tracing all instances of the Gingell name, and I am certain I have John James Gingell and his siblings in my family tree.

I am very interested to find out more about your connection with John James.

Thanks and Kind regards


Wiltshire / Re: Margaret GINGELL c1739 Baptism look up please
« on: Friday 27 August 10 09:45 BST (UK)  »

I am tracing all instances of the Gingell name, typically found in Wiltshire, and am very interested in any further details you can provide about Margaret Gingell and John Cole.

Thanks and Kind regards


Yorkshire (North Riding) / Re: Gingell family
« on: Thursday 19 August 10 18:51 BST (UK)  »
Hi Sue,

I'm very interested in this line of the Gingell family tree. I think I can trace a line from a William Gingell who married a Bridgit Goggins in Sunderland in 1912. I believe this William maybe the William you list as born about 1887 in Ryhope.

Please let me know.

Thanks and kind regards

Craig Gingell

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