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Personal Sites M ~ Z - Genealogy Lincs.
- Ellen Shelly's Family History Pages -
Family tree pages giving details of many Lincolnshire families, includes many photos from the 1800s, Currently researching the following names in Lincolnshire:- CAMM, POUCHER, WIGELSWORTH, COOK, FAWCETT, CARTWRIGHT, EATON, BUTTERS, TRAVES, BLOW, MUMBY HOTSON, PATCHETT, WEST, FORMAN, RAWLINSON, GODDARD, STEELE and DINNIS. submitted 25/11/2000
- Meeds -
Family Tree of Simon Meeds submitted 29/01/2000
- Munson - Dadd -
Smack Owners, Skippers, Mates, Fishermen and Apprentices, based in Grimsby from the late 1850's. Their familys and the vessels they sailed, including family history of the Grimsby branches of Munson and Dadd submitted 16/04/2001
- MYRTER family page -
Hoping to make contact with the descendants of JAMES DEGNAN, founder of DISHMAN & DEGNAN, LTD., fish merchants of Grimsby, and FRANCIS DEGNAN & BRIDGET DUCKETT DEGNAN, of Barrow Hill (Derbyshire)England.
BRIDGET DEGNAN was the sister of my g. grandfather, Richard Duckett, son of PATRICK ALEXANDER & CATHERINE MEARES DUCKETT, of Ireland and England.
FRANCIS DEGNAN, retired, from 411 Wellington Street, Grimsby, aged 88. He died at St. Hughes Nursing Home. Cleethorpes. Buried in Staveley Cemetery, along with BIDGET DEGNAN, AGED 51, FROM 102 Barrow Hill Cottages, who died March 2, 1902, and Catherine Duckett. Catherine was buried Feb. 21, 1895.
Any help will be most appreciated. My ancestors: DEGNAN… DUCKETT… MEARES.… CASHIN.… WHITE.… WHITEMAN submitted 10/01/2001
- Nurse -
The Nurse family from Oz, including the Comarmond's. Nurse, Smy, Govis, Woolner, Vinter, Comarmond. I am originally from Grimsby and now live in Australia. submitted 11/04/2001
- Pacey, David William -
David William Pacey's Genealogy Web Site submitted
- Poulton, Fiona -
Chairperson of the local family history group, which is part of the Lincolnshire Family History Society submitted
- Spilman Family Tree -
The descendants of two Spilman brothers who came to north Lincolnshire, England after the English Civil War and settled in Alkborough, by Tom Smith. submitted 30/08/2000
- The Chaston Pages -
I am currently researching my WOODS family line. (my maiden name). The family originated in Brightlingsea, Essex but a lot of them moved to Grimsby and Cleethorpes as they were mariners and fishermen.
Currently researching :- BREVITT - Cannock CHASTON, EAST, EVANS, FLETCHER, ISAAC, MANNING, SHEFFIELD, WOODS - Coventry ISAAC - Long Itchington, (War) HOWARD - Brimfield (Hereford) SENDALL - Evesham SHEFFIELD - Curdworth / Arley / Foleshill / Coventry THOMAS - Herefordshire VAUGHAN - Abergavenny WOODS - Brightlingsea / Grimsby / Cleethorpes / Coventry
Waiting to be done :- BILLINGTON Arley DAWSON, JONES, WIGGIN Long Itchington LEE - / Sowe MORRIS - Skirbeck / Boston AUSTIN, BEARSLEY, BILLINGTON, CARTER DAWSON, HOPKINS, JONES, MOORE, PIMBERTON, WIGGIN - Coventry MORRIS, NORTON - Grimsby NORTON, WARD - Brightlingsea PIMBERTON - Fillongley SPENCER - Curdworth TURNER - Brimfield WABSTER - Arley WEIR - Evesham submitted 25/02/2001
- Wendy Parkinson -
This site includes full transcriptions of the post 1813 Marriage and Baptism Registers at Tetney, Great Carlton and Little Carlton, complete with indices. submitted 23/02/2001
- WOODWARD -
WOODWARD - John born about 1790 probably in spalding area. He became a dissenting preacher and his son George Ridgeway Woodward married in Lincoln city in 1838.
Information wanted by Aileen Furness. submitted 27/08/2001
Todays thought -
The hardness of the butter is proportional to the softness of the bread.
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