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Erikoinen

Erikoinen Report 27 Apr 2006 11:39

SORRY FOR THE DELAY Brereton - Nantwich, Cheshire McHavers - I can find no instance of McHavers, there Are two McHaver's in Stockport, Cheshire Toghill.- Gloucestershire/Somerset border Chipping Sodbury & Bath Lodge. - N/S divide here - West Riding, Huddersfield area & Dunmow, Essex. There does not appear to be any link Townsend.- A fair spread across country an interesting place would be Witney, Oxfordshire Porch.- North Somerset, Bath Jackson.- Mainly Northern counties, perhead of population Bootle 1.86, Haltwhistle 1.60, Helmsley 1.55, West Ward 1.54, actual numbers Oldham 1497, Chorlton 1329 & Bradford 1320 Waterman.- SE England Fordingbridge, Hampshire and Maidstone, Kent Kendall. - North West England, Reeth, North Ridings ( Bradford ) NO MORE REQUESTS AT MOMENT PLEASE

Dizzy Lizzy 205090

Dizzy Lizzy 205090 Report 22 Apr 2006 10:26

Thank you Ken, Liz

Linda

Linda Report 21 Apr 2006 22:45

Thank you for the 'Littleford' look-up, Ken. Regards, Linda

Christine

Christine Report 21 Apr 2006 14:09

Hi Ken, Thank you so much for all my names - fascinating stuff! Most are absolutely spot-on, but some surprises which I am going to delve into. My appreciation once again, Kind regards, Chris

Elizabeth

Elizabeth Report 21 Apr 2006 11:56

Hi Ken, thanks for info it might give me a different track to follow next time I hit a dead end. My Carlisle did come from Notts, joined army and eventually settled in Hampshire, for some reason dropped the 's' in 1901 census as he still spelt it with 's' in 1881 census. Stephens was from Gloucestershire which is probably classed as SW England. Berry was born Cornwall but had naval connections so could have come from somewhere else like Lancs. originally. Ossie Liz

Unknown

Unknown Report 21 Apr 2006 09:13

Thanks Ken. I couldn't be cheeky and ask for BRERETON could I ?? Clare

Erikoinen

Erikoinen Report 21 Apr 2006 09:07

Johnson - Eastern counties more prominent, most unlikely places Scotland, Wales & SW England Burrows - Central England - close eyes stick pin in map, Basford, Notts Windell - Southern England, Wiltshire, Westbury

Unknown

Unknown Report 21 Apr 2006 02:34

Hi Ken Can you look up Windell sometime please Thanks Dee ;-)

Kila

Kila Report 21 Apr 2006 02:08

Hi Ken, I have a common Johnson and now Burrows. Any chance of those being looked at please.... Thanks...Will enjoy the findings i'm sure. Kila xx

Erikoinen

Erikoinen Report 21 Apr 2006 02:05

Haslam - Lancs & Derbys. - Bolton, Bury & Chesterfield -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Berry - Lancs & W.Riding, Chorley, Barton upon Inwell, Bolton Carlisle - Lancs & W.Riding, Wharfedale Carlile - Notts., Bingham Stephens - SW England (& SE Wales) most parts of Cornwall prominently Liskeard & St. Austell -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CHENERY - E. Anglia - Guiltcross, Norfolk Hoxne, Suffolk HITCHCOCK - Somerset - Wellington, Axminster CRICK - E. Anglia (& most Eastern counties) Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk ARBON/ARBOURN - Suffolk, Thingoe ( BStE ), Wayland, Norfolk/ St Neots WOODROFFE - Pewsey, Wilts ( & Loughborough, Leics.) PUDNEY - Halstead, Essex ( Lexden & Mardon) AYRES - SE England ( mainly north of London) Wycombe, Bucks. FULLBROOK - Berks & Hertley Whitney, Hants MARRIOTT - Central England, Notts. & Derbys. Mansfield, Nottingham & Chesterfield( Hardingston & Northampton) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LITTLEFORD - Salops./Staffs border Kendall, Ulverston, Bridgnorth -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- brown - Sth Scotland & Northern England - too widespread beyond that mullin - Lanarkshire ( W. Derby) paton - Ayrshire, Lanarkshire ( W. Derby) clark - anywhere except Wales mclaughlin - Renfrewshire Lanarkshire ( Preston, Lancs.)_ atkinson - Westmoreland, Lancs & W. Riding -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Niblett - Gloucestershire, Gloucester and Strood, interesting community in Radnor Loverock - Staffs., Warwicks., Uttoxeter Dolman - Staffs./Derbys. border Burton/Lichfield Bullock - Western counties - Staffs., Worcs., & Gloucs. - Bromyard, West Bromwich, Westbury, Burton -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- bassindale - Lincoln & W. Riding, Thome mellor - Lancs, Derbys. & W. Riding - Huddersfield, Chapel En le Firth & Leek morgan - S. Wales - Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, - Brecon cowan - Lanarkshire & Central Scotland williamson - NE England, Lancs - Ashton, Chorlton, Stockport melrose - Midlothian, southern Scotland marshall - Central England, W. Riding - Bradford ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lewis - SW Wales, Glamorgan ( Camarthenshire) Dance - Surrey/ Berks & Hereford, Wokingham, Marlborough & Ledbury Potter - Widespread, SE Eng. East Anglia, Essex , Braintree Bagnall - Staffordshire Newman - previously done Collard - Kent & Somerset, Bridge and Bridgwater Walmsley - Lanc Crossley -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TUFFINS - only 2 instances available - Middlesboro, North Riding, & Hitchin, Herts WHITEWAY - Devon (south), Newton Abbot & Totnes COMMER - not enough information to form opinion, 2 sites Gateshead & Cardiff

Sylvia

Sylvia Report 20 Apr 2006 10:08

Hi Ken. only just found your thread. Could you look for: TUFFINS WHITEWAY COMMER Many thanks, Sylvia.

Dizzy Lizzy 205090

Dizzy Lizzy 205090 Report 20 Apr 2006 09:57

Hi Ken, Thank you for your kind offer. Please could you look up: Lewis Dance Potter Bagnall Newman Collard Walmsley Crossley Thanks again, Liz :-)

dutch

dutch Report 20 Apr 2006 09:52

hi ken hope you dont mind but could you do these surnames thank you bassindale mellor morgan cowan williamson melrose marshall thank you joyce

Unknown

Unknown Report 20 Apr 2006 09:33

Hi Ken Can you look for Niblett, Loverock, Dolman and Bullock for me ? Ta Chuck Clare.xxx

dutch

dutch Report 20 Apr 2006 08:00

hi ken thank you for telling were the names furnival and rathbone came from ,have anice weekend,joyce from holland

Avril

Avril Report 20 Apr 2006 00:42

hia ken brown mullin paton clark mclaughlin atkinson thanks avril

Linda

Linda Report 19 Apr 2006 23:54

Hi Ken, thank-you for your offer and would you look-up the surname LITTLEFORD please? Many thanks, Linda

Christine

Christine Report 19 Apr 2006 23:14

Hi Ken Thank you for your kind offer! My main family names are: CHENERY HITCHCOCK CRICK ARBON/ARBOURN WOODROFFE PUDNEY AYRES FULLBROOK MARRIOTT Many thanks indeed, Kind regards, Chris

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 19 Apr 2006 23:01

Hi Ken, Spot on with Irwin and Shield thanks Jennifer.

Janet

Janet Report 19 Apr 2006 22:49

Hi I'm researching the name Haslam. I was hoping to find a Charles Haslam in Wales but no luck yet.