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Offline muvva

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #18 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.

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muvva
Sussex: Kemp, Harding, Ticehurst, Baker, Elphick
Derbyshire: Howard, Boden, Holmes
Lincolnshire: Boughton, . Atterton, Howard, Portess
Lancashire: Thompson, Hughes, Jardine

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #19 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.

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Jacky
My Maternal line are all from Lincolnshire - First Generations include:
Arliss, Armstrong, Baker, Borman, Cartwright, Clark, Dixon, Duckering, Everington, Forman, Freshney, Gadsby, Graves, Hatcliffe, Holmes, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Lacey, Leverton, Lilley, Morton, Oades, Pacey, Priestley, Rickett, Riggall, Rowson, Shaw, Sleaford, Sleight, Smith, Spikin, Taylor, Thacker, Ticklepenny, Tomkins, Tyler, Walton, Ward, Willson, Wood and Wortley.

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #20 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.
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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #21 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.

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Brenda

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #22 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.

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #23 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #24 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #25 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)

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #26 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