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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #27 on: Monday 18 January 10 14:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi, Im a decendant of Margaret Rigglesford daughter of Robert, son of James, son of John, son of Joseph, John and finally Thomas 1659.  Would love more info on the family bobrob took most of this info from your post -
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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #28 on: Monday 18 January 10 14:45 GMT (UK) »
Hi, new at this already sent a post but sending another one anyway.  I am a decendant of the Rigglesford family my Great, Great grandmother being Margaret Rigglesford her father robert son of James, John etc.  would love any other info you have.
Researching: Crouch (east sussex)
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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #29 on: Monday 18 January 10 18:28 GMT (UK) »
From Margarets family came the start of the Riggulsford spelling,
The origin of our name started in Yorkshire
Early Yorkshire records state that the village of Wridlesford, now called Woodlesford. gave its name to a family of distinction in the 12 century.
we know that Samson de Wridlesford 1150 - 1210 appears as Steward of Robert de Lacy, the Wridlesford family at the time were closely connected with de Lacy and de Warenne families both of Norman descent,
a Walter de Ridelisford suggested by historians to be the younger brother of Samson, is recorded in Irish history after the Anglo/Norman invasion of 1171
Walter and son Walter are of frequent occurrence in the Calendar of Documents, Ireland 1171-1251
It was in 1251 when a Walter de Wridlesford sold all his land to Edmund de Lacy and migrated to Sussex, where they are recorded in the Cuckfield and Bolney area Walters heir is recorded as Ralph de Writlesford
the earliest use of the ( g ) in surname occurs in 1308/9
now we have six different surname spellings originating from Sussex
There is so much more that could be added to this, hope this helps a bit

bobrob


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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #30 on: Monday 18 January 10 18:38 GMT (UK) »
wow thank you so much for your reply - we are obviously related would love to see and hear more about the family. 
Atlanta
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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #31 on: Tuesday 19 January 10 12:13 GMT (UK) »
Hi, me again.  do you know who thomas rigglesford married b.1659 or do you know who his father was.  am I right in thinking our decendants came from Ireland.. sorry getting a bit confused.  Would you be kind enough to simplify for me  ???  What is the correct spellings for the name through time could I have a brief outline.. hope you dont think I am a pest!
Researching: Crouch (east sussex)
Humphrrey (sussex and sandhurst)
Osborn (Bromley, Kent)
Hawkes (Beckenham, Kent)
Bellingham (East sussex and Gun Plain Mitchigan)

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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 19 January 10 15:15 GMT (UK) »
This is like writing on the back of a postage stamp,

Could you send me your e-mail address
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Bob Rigarlsford


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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #33 on: Friday 02 December 11 13:36 GMT (UK) »
Hi

I have just joined rootschat and Elias Newman was my 3x Great grandfather. I have also reached a brick wall in trying to find out who Elias's parents were. Did you have any luck, any information would be great.

Peter Newman

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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #34 on: Sunday 27 October 19 19:26 GMT (UK) »
Does anyone have the death date for Streeter Morris Newman, born 22 Nov 1868? I know he was alive until 1904 because he is listed in the Electoral Registers. I have nothing after that date.

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Re: streeter morris newman
« Reply #35 on: Monday 28 October 19 18:09 GMT (UK) »
Reply 11 has
Marine deaths
Streeter Morris Newman    Age 35    Ship = Rosegrove      Year 1903   Page 200

The electoral registers take time to be compiled and printed, so people can easily be in them after they have died.