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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #18 on: Saturday 18 July 09 23:00 BST (UK) »
got an email notification !!! :)
  cant believe i havnt been on in such a long time ........
 would be great to hear which line of haylings/hailing u r descended from !!
i have a fair amount of info but ive been busy reserching my fathers side of the family , much more easier !!
take care
  carmel x

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #19 on: Sunday 19 July 09 10:56 BST (UK) »
Morning everyone,

Thanks very much for the replies.  Doesn't it lift your spirits when you find a way though to some new info?

Does the little green icon underneath your name indicate that we can e-mail personally?  I'm new and not sure without reading carefully (just being a bit lazy here, but it IS Sunday!)

Carmel, we can compare notes if you like and I'll also wait to hear from Marshall.

Thanks again, cheers,

Joan

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #20 on: Sunday 19 July 09 12:22 BST (UK) »
Joan

Yes you can send a PM(personal message) by clicking on the green icon. I think though that you have to have made 3 postings before you are allowed, so you must be there or thereabouts by now.  Hope the contacts you make help to breakdown some of you brickwalls.

good luck

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #21 on: Sunday 19 July 09 12:34 BST (UK) »
Thanks very much wdytyanoidea

Will try it later.


Joan


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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #22 on: Wednesday 05 August 09 23:56 BST (UK) »
Hi there, I am also looking for anyone who comes from the William Haylings = Betty Roberts 12 Nov 1778 at Oxenhall (Gloucestershire) line.
My direct line is.
William Haylings (shoemaker) ba. 31 Mar 1781 at Oxenhall
William Haylings (shoemaker) ba. 17 May 1808 at Gloucester
William Haylings (printer)        ba. 29 June 1837 at Gloucester
William Roderick Haylings        b.    7 July 1858 at Gloucester
                  married (1) Hannah Crusp Edding 25 May 1878 at Gloucester
Paul Roderick Haylings             b.    2 Nov 1884 at Nottingham
                  married (1) Emma Eliz Oliver b. 4 July 1880
Who had 4 children. My Grandfather Reginald Ivor Martineau Haylings b.21 December 1908
Moved to New Zealand with 3rd Partner.

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #23 on: Thursday 06 August 09 14:09 BST (UK) »
Hello.  That is my ancestor there and we are related.
My name is Marshall Hailing and I live in Birmingham England.
Just a quick hello for now.  More later.
Marshall
Hayling(s)
Hailing(s)
and any other close variants

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #24 on: Friday 07 August 09 21:21 BST (UK) »
Hi Marshall

Great to see more descendants contacting you...hope your research is going well.

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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #25 on: Friday 07 August 09 21:58 BST (UK) »
Hi Jon, as you have seen, have made some new contacts who are definately related.  Great eh.  Including my family line, thats 3 lines of descendants out of 6 members of the same family now in contact with each other. (did that make sense to you?).  Still awaiting contact from any descendants of the other 3 members of that family.  Havent heard a word from the generations above or below the one in question, though.  I didn't know i had relatives in New Zealand.  I remember that i did write to a Hayling chap in the Bahamas some time ago, but at the time we couldnt find a direct link.  Maybe we can in the future.  I fancy a visit there. lol.  yes its going well, still learning more about the family.
Did u ever find out why that Hayling family tree was in your old papers? 
good luck with your own research.  keep in touch. Marshall Hailing
Hayling(s)
Hailing(s)
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Re: Haylings Family
« Reply #26 on: Friday 03 September 10 22:05 BST (UK) »
Hi,

My name is Naomi Sands. I live in the Bahamas. My maiden name is Hayling. My Dad was Edward Hayling. He was born in Dursley, Gloucestershire on April 28th, 1939. We can trace the Hayling side back to Philip Hayling (my paternal Great Grandfather) who married Ada Florena Gwilliam. Don't know the date of their marriage but it must have been around the late 1890's. My paternal Grandfather Bert (Bertie) Hayling had 7 siblings:William, George, Louise (died when she was young), Christopher (went missing), Daisy, John and Phyllis. As far as I know they lived in the Cheltenham area. Bert (Bertie) Hayling was born on May 4th, 1911. Have you ever heard of this particular line of the Hayling family? Unfortunately, my Grandfather Bert lost track of most of his siblings over the years and I would dearly love to find some of their descendants.
Hayling--- Cheltenham
Poulton--- Uley, Nympsfield
Chandler--- Uley, Nympsfield
Finnear--- Uley, Nympsfield
Gwilliam--- Cheltenham
Bright---  Uley, Nympsfield