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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #108 on: Sunday 30 May 10 17:05 BST (UK) »
Hi there!
Your are going to think this a bit bizarre, but I have have recently been to a history club in my village and decided to research a family from the graveyard (which I live next door to!). I have just been over to choose a person and guess what, the person is Ellen Inckle, who I believe was married to your William!!
I came back to start some research and came up with your thread on this site. I was expecting to have some difficulty in finding information, so couldn't believe it when I started reading your threads (I have only got through a few, but couldn't resist contacting!
I hope you don't mind me using your ancestor as a topic for the next meeting, it's not for a few months. Hopefully I may come up with some more info for you?
I have only recently moved to the village, so can't offer any immediate information.

Kind regards

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #109 on: Sunday 30 May 10 17:55 BST (UK) »
Hi brasilmum - welcome to RootsChat :)

Good luck!
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #110 on: Sunday 30 May 10 18:02 BST (UK) »



I'd like to add to Geoff's welcome brasilmum, hello from me too !  :) :)

Filiem hasn't logged on since March, hopefully she'll recieve a notification to your message.

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #111 on: Sunday 30 May 10 18:03 BST (UK) »
       brasilmum


                      A  big Hi from me too   :) :)

          enjoy your research  :)

                  you will get hooked, if you are not all ready  ;D

Eilleen
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #112 on: Sunday 30 May 10 20:14 BST (UK) »

Thanks very much for the warm welcome!
I'm not sure where you all live, but if I can be of any help to those who want info from Lincoln, just let me know.

Regards
Sian

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #113 on: Saturday 20 April 19 12:11 BST (UK) »
I have been reading this thread with interest as my parents ran a farm from 1956 to 1983 called Five Mile House Farm. In the 50's and early 60's there was a busy railway station due to Five Mile House being a fishing destination for the industrial region to the north (Sheffield and Doncaster) but Lord Beeching and the affluence of the motor car age caused the railway station to be demolished. The farm just south of the River Witham met with a similar fate partly as a result of the EU butter mountain in the 80's, there are no buildings there for over 3 decades so sadly no evidence of where William INCKLE may have lived. "Lincs to the Past" have several old photos and maps which may be interesting.....The River Witham remains similar to when I last visited (no fish!) and there is mention of a Witham Shield being found in the 19th century (now in the British Museum).

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #114 on: Saturday 20 April 19 12:48 BST (UK) »
Welcome to Rootschat.

I read all the Lincolnshire post as I have so many lines there, sometimes I find a connection with someone !

Unfortunately it seems that Filiem has not been active on RC since 2010.