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My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #1 on: Monday 04 August 08 23:31 BST (UK) »
Hi,

I am interested in Palin from Welbourne & Branston. Bye Gazania
ALDERMAN, Bucks
BELK, Yorkshire, London
CARLING, Bedfordshire
CUNDITH,CUNDILL, Yorkshire, PALIN. Lincolnshire
FOX, Essex; Camberwell Surrey
LANE, Cork IE;Askeaton LIM, Liverpool, Clifton, Bristol
VOLLER, Surrey
WALL Clonlara Co Clare Ireland
WAREHAM, Esher, Surrey; London
WINCH, Surrey

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #2 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


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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #3 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
ALDERMAN, Bucks
BELK, Yorkshire, London
CARLING, Bedfordshire
CUNDITH,CUNDILL, Yorkshire, PALIN. Lincolnshire
FOX, Essex; Camberwell Surrey
LANE, Cork IE;Askeaton LIM, Liverpool, Clifton, Bristol
VOLLER, Surrey
WALL Clonlara Co Clare Ireland
WAREHAM, Esher, Surrey; London
WINCH, Surrey

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 09 August 08 16:03 BST (UK) »
Hi Brenda,I have Morley and Storr in the northwest of Lincs. George.

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« Reply #5 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #6 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.
Warwicks: Whitehead, Allcock, Atkins, Bayley, Beacham, Bilson, Brooks, Cleaver,Farmer,Gilks, Lucas, Kendall, Oliver, Pickard, Shilton, Underhill.
Lincs: Kendall, Clark, Morley,Vincent, Withers, Barlow,Dawson.
Leics. Vincent
Notts: Bardill, Bugg, Morley, Winfield
Dublin: Brooks, Flood.

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #7 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 11 September 08 16:53 BST (UK) »
The IGI has no marriages at Weston from 1756-79 :(
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