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Offline tiawooster

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sneinton
« on: Tuesday 14 May 13 07:58 BST (UK) »
Can anyone tell me the correct spelling of sneinton. On my first cousin 2x removed birth certificate in 1873 it is snenton.
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Re: sneinton
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 14 May 13 09:15 BST (UK) »

Now days it is  spelt  Sneinton but in the old days it was spelt both ways.

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Re: sneinton
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 14 May 13 10:00 BST (UK) »
Sneinton was "Sneynton" 1086-1599

Then it mainly became "Sneinton" - but there were 10 different spellings noted - usually the "i" or "y" was kept.

On the certificate you have it was probably spellt as heard

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Thornhill, Cresswell, Sisson, Harriman, Cripps, Eyre, Walter, Marson, Battison, Holmes, Bailey, Hardman, Fairhurst Noon-mainly in Derbys/Notts-but also Northampton, Oxford, Leics, Lancs-England
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