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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #36 on: Thursday 03 December 09 09:48 GMT (UK) »


   My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
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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.

 
 
 
Beeson of Lincolnshire, Leicester and Nottingham
Storrs/Stores of Lincolnshire
Kirman of Lincolnshire
Spicer of Colsterworth and Woolsthorpe and Long Bennington
Bredow of Brandenburg Germany

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #37 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
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 #38 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
Beeson of Lincolnshire, Leicester and Nottingham
Storrs/Stores of Lincolnshire
Kirman of Lincolnshire
Spicer of Colsterworth and Woolsthorpe and Long Bennington
Bredow of Brandenburg Germany


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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #39 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.

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Brenda

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #40 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
Beeson of Lincolnshire, Leicester and Nottingham
Storrs/Stores of Lincolnshire
Kirman of Lincolnshire
Spicer of Colsterworth and Woolsthorpe and Long Bennington
Bredow of Brandenburg Germany

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #41 on: Saturday 02 January 10 09:07 GMT (UK) »
Brenda
I have Longbottom relatives from Lincolnshire that emigrated to New Zealand
Enfield/Edmonton: Warren Ridler Jenkins Card Stevens Shelton Tookey
Stourpaine Dorset: Ball Haine/Hain/Hayne, Ferrett New Light Roberts Coward Read others
Ontario, Canada: Wallace Blow Goodson
Tampa, Florida: Goodson
Michigan: Coleman, Goodson
Newport Mon: Hopes, Evans Haines Ball Harris
Louth/Sleaford: Goodson Cartwright Crosby Burkitt Pacey + others
Norfolk Palmer, Smith, Moore
Ross Shire: McKenzie Fraser McDonald McLennan
Ayrshire: Wallace Patrick Dickson

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #42 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #43 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

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Re: My Lincolnshire Surname Interests
« Reply #44 on: Saturday 23 January 10 08:49 GMT (UK) »
Hello Brenda
I also have Brackenbury interests - can we compare notes?
Regards
Jan
Enfield/Edmonton: Warren Ridler Jenkins Card Stevens Shelton Tookey
Stourpaine Dorset: Ball Haine/Hain/Hayne, Ferrett New Light Roberts Coward Read others
Ontario, Canada: Wallace Blow Goodson
Tampa, Florida: Goodson
Michigan: Coleman, Goodson
Newport Mon: Hopes, Evans Haines Ball Harris
Louth/Sleaford: Goodson Cartwright Crosby Burkitt Pacey + others
Norfolk Palmer, Smith, Moore
Ross Shire: McKenzie Fraser McDonald McLennan
Ayrshire: Wallace Patrick Dickson