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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 11 April 09 19:13 BST (UK) »
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We need a farming expert, methinks!

That counts me out ;D but i have been trawling through the directories over an hour,as is usual though at week ends.It is dead slow & stop,so i gave up.The 1885/89/68 Have William the same as the census. Farmer Fiskerton Lincoln,if he was a land/farm owner i was hoping he would be in the Gentry list as a farmer Esq.The posh list to me ;D but he isn't There is no mention of any farms even though there a hundreds of farmers.I think myself he may have been the farm manager and lived there,but didn't own it.

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 12 April 09 08:40 BST (UK) »
Hi Celia, and thank you so much for looking into the trade directories for me, very kind.

So, it's looking like William became a farmer between 1871 and 1881, and quite probably rented the land rather than owned it.

Looking at an 1891 map of Fiskerton on www.old-maps.co.uk I can see a farm house right next to Five Mile House. Maybe this was it? I'll have a check on a modern map and see what is there now, if anything.
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 12 April 09 10:27 BST (UK) »
Filiem,
well done! I tried that but couldn't see it - obviously looking in wrong place. ::)
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 12 April 09 10:39 BST (UK) »
Five Mile House is south-east of the main village, and very slightly east of that is a building that could very well be a farm house  :)

Had a look on Google Earth and the farmhouse has now been demolished unfortunately, although you can still make out where it used to be.

 I think Five Mile House is still there, as far as I can make out anyway.

What is quite interesting is that all the field boundaries are exactly the same as they were over 100 years ago.

***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #31 on: Sunday 12 April 09 10:44 BST (UK) »



Going back to your first post Filiem  .. have you you found William in 1911 .. ?

The only reason I ask, if he died in 1915, aged 77 .. he obviously wouldn't have been a young man at the time of the census .. I wondered if he was still living on the farm or whether one of his sons might have taken it over .. ?

Joseph looks the most likely contender according to the returns Heywood posted ??
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #32 on: Sunday 12 April 09 11:00 BST (UK) »




Just checked on the 1911 search, it appears William and Sarah were possibly together, but when Joseph's name was added there weren't any results .. ?
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #33 on: Sunday 12 April 09 11:09 BST (UK) »
Did you have the marriage?

Marriage at Fiskerton 1 Sept 1859
William HINKLE (son of Joseph) to Ellen PEACOCK (dau of Henry)

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #34 on: Sunday 12 April 09 11:36 BST (UK) »
Joseph Inckle is confusing me somewhat...his age must be wrong in the 1871 census?

He is shown as 7 in 1871

But 22 in 1891 and 31 in 1901 (as a farm labourer still).

I am struggling to find his birth however  >:(

Probable death:

Mar 1931

Inckle    Joseph    62    Lincoln    7a   653


Thank you Geoff for that marriage information, I had it from from freeBMD only, that is brilliant, cheers!



***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #35 on: Sunday 12 April 09 11:49 BST (UK) »
Maybe got nothing to do with anything  ;D

but on Genes Reunited , a bloke called David,
has a William Inckle , born Fiskerton,  1839.

  so the name was a Fiskerton even then.

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p.s He's got quite a few Inckle at Fiskerton.
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