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Post a list of the surnames you are researching here and don't forget to state which area(s) they are from. Put your main research names in capital letters in the heading of the post. Once you have posted your research names, the thread will be closed. If you have a connection to the name(s) contact the member via the PM system.

  1. Post STRATH

    Strath is my husbands family name and seems to be quite rare. They're originally from Aberdeenshire and somewhere near Glasgow. I haven't really begun looking at them as yet as I've been more interested in my Fary/Fairey etc family:o Anyway if anyone comes across any could you please let me...

    Started by Jeniwren‎, 25-08-2008 1:50 PM
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  2. WETHERILL, DAVENEYS, STEPHENS

    Looking for help in finding Wetherill surname recorded in Croydon around 1750/1775 Daveneys in Norfolk having recent found a "Treasure Trove" at St Andrews Colton but having trouble linking up some names and Stephens from Machen.

    Started by johnwetherill‎, 25-08-2008 1:03 PM
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  3. MALCOLM WILSON 1901 census

    Malcolm Wilson age 30 Coachpainter/journeyman wife Agnes nee Baird? age 29. John 7, Agnes 4. Sarah 2. Lizzie 7 months. Living at Eacton Buildings, Knockentiber. Ayrshire Sarah, married GEORGE KAY, GLASGOW 1923, was widowed, then married my grandfather Henry. P, Pressey, 1934...

    Started by Ladybird‎, 24-08-2008 7:23 PM
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  4. STALLAN, SWANN, HAIREMAN - Duxford, Cambridgeshire

    Looking for the STALLAN, SWANN and HAIREMAN families from Duxford prior to 1730s.

    Started by kateblogs‎, 24-08-2008 3:11 PM
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  5. EVANS

    Trying to find the impossible. John Archibald Evans b north Wales round 1824. Came to Sydney Aus....J A Evans is registered in the as a Mattrass Maker at Princes St North. John A had two brothers Henry & William - William came as cheesemakers to Kameruka. Two Children born before marriage to...

    Started by heva4539‎, 24-08-2008 2:19 AM
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  6. ROSE LILIAN SKINNER

    Rose was born 1907 Brighton to Horace and Elizabeth Skinner nee Somerville. I believe she is the same person who was with Horace Skinner 1931 at 36 Grosvenor St,Brighton . She had 3 older sisters called Annie, Elizabeth and Victoria. Horace died 1956 at Brighton Hospital. The notifier...

    Started by Ladybird‎, 23-08-2008 2:44 PM
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  7. Post FEYREY, FAREY, FARY, FAIREY, TURNBULL, WILSON

    Hi, I'm seeking the following: Feyrey/Farey/Fary/Fairey - Bedfordshire 1500+ Turnbull - Birtley, Durham 1850 Johnson - Birtley, Durham 1850 Wilson - Thurmaston, Leicestershire. 1860

    Started by Jeniwren‎, 23-08-2008 10:05 AM
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  8. PILCHER, BUDDINGTON, DRURY, GOLDFINCH, LOCKE

    I have been researching my history for a few years now. My main line is Pilcher's from Kent but have discovered many many names from Kent including: Buddington, Drury, Goldfinch, Locke (also from Somerset), Scott, Mills, Miller, Boulden Names from Yorkshire, Parkin, Dyson, Wells, Turton I...

    Started by chanman‎, 21-08-2008 7:52 PM
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  9. CARTER

    The surname i am interested in is Carter from Hertford in Hertfordshire Thanks Lynn

    Started by jhatfield1‎, 21-08-2008 6:54 PM
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  10. TOMS & MOYSEY, Devon family

    Hi all, Looking with a particular interest in TOMS and MOYSEY relatives in the south Devon area of England. Pretty much every Moysey is related in some way as it is an area specific name deriving from just one large family from middle-ages devon! TOMS can include early (pre-1750)...

    Started by Nick.Toms‎, 21-08-2008 6:53 PM
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  11. WARMAN, HOWARTH, PAYNE, POND

    |hug| hi my family names. Warman,Howarth, Payne,Pond. all born in and around Brentwood Essex and Ingrave Essex, would like to hear from any one with interests in these familys. apart from the Howarths who all come from Manchester area. best wishes anndot

    Started by anndot‎, 21-08-2008 6:09 PM
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  12. RUSSELL, HERBERT, SEAGERS, GIBBONS, HOY, WEBB

    Russell-Staffordshire , Kent and London Herbert-London Seagers-London Gibbons-London Hoy-Essex and London Haynes-London Jones- Shropshire and Staffordshire Middleditch- London Ludwig- London Scott-London

    Started by junedye64‎, 21-08-2008 6:08 PM
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  13. Wink JONES, LEWIS, BARRETT, MILES, COOK(E)

    Alot off surnames that i'm researching are so common that i've got problems: Jones from Aberdare and Swansea. Lewis from somewhere in Monmouthshire? Barrett from wiltshire and gloucestershire. Miles from the same area.

    Started by janswaine‎, 21-08-2008 4:24 PM
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  14. JEX

    I am looking for Jexes from the Lincolnshire area especially Holbeach,fleet and Long Sutton.Anyone who knows a William Jex B 1887 D 1919 and married a Elizabeth Jex formerly Woodhouse, of High Street Long Sutton and a Alfred William jex b 1909 D 1990 in Blackburn Lancashire. My gg Granfather was...

    Started by pauljex‎, 21-08-2008 1:40 PM
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  15. COLES, CROMBIE, BETTS, REID, SHATTOCK

    my family names that i am researching : coles - devon -sussex-hampshire -kent crombie- scotland-eyemouth grimsby betts - suffolk -grimsby reid - london - kent

    Started by deanC‎, 21-08-2008 8:45 AM
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  16. WISE, ANDREWS, STEVENS, FROMMHOLZ, SODEN

    Hello - joined a while ago but don't think I posted. Have been researching for a while but as always, still need more information. Surnames I am interested in: Wise - London area, Hampshire Andrews - Cambridgeshire Stevens - Wiltshire Frommholz - London area Soden - Oxfordshire, London...

    Started by Lyntochter‎, 19-08-2008 6:21 PM
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  17. COOK(E), SERGINSON, MOSSMAN, LUCKETT, WADE

    Surnames I'm researching. COOKE or COOK London and Oxfordshire SERGINSON or SARGINSON London and Yorkshire MOSSMAN London and Bedfordshire LUCKETT and KEARSEY or KERSEY Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire HERSEY London area SLADE London area JACKSON Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire. St Ives area...

    Started by billco‎, 19-08-2008 5:46 PM
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  18. FAIRFOUL, BUNCH

    Hi. I'm looking for any information on my late grandparents Peter and Dorothy Fairfoul, they used to run the "Village Blacksmith" pub in Woolwich London. They both died in the seventies in Woolwich. There seems to be a connection going back to Abernethy and auchtermuchty in Scotland as I have...

    Started by Rowena‎, 19-08-2008 2:48 PM
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  19. WOOD

    Are there any people on here with the surname WOOD in their tree from the West Yorkshire region? I am trying to find out more about Emma Wood, born 1890 in Wetherby, Boston Spa?

    Started by East Point‎, 19-08-2008 1:34 PM
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  20. LEE, BREWSTER, WALTON, COWAN, WILSHAW

    I am looking for these families, Lee, Nottingham in the Silk trade 1850-1914. Brewster, Nottingham boot and shoe repairs 1919-50 odd. Walton, anne, Charlie, Kimberly, Sedgebrook. Cowan, Wee Ma, Wal, Uddingston, Salvation Army.1900-1950s. Wilshaw, Harry or Horry, married May Brewster 1919....

    Started by ted wilshaw‎, 19-08-2008 6:07 AM
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