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Leicestershire Yeoman families and their pedigrees

W. G. Hoskins

Leicestershire Yeoman families and their pedigrees

by W. G. Hoskins

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Published by Leicester Research Services in Leicester .
Written in English


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Statementby W.G.Hoskins.
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William Jenkin Roberts () my great great great grandfather who came to Western Australia in , and who was the 6 x grandson of John Bullock (d. ) yeoman of Lanhydrock, Cornwall. George Milner Smith () my New Zealand-born grandfather whose 12 x . This book looks interesting, Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents snippet view on main page JOHN POCHIN, (11th child of George Pochin, of Barkby, and Elizabeth Dove, his first wife, see p. 37,) of Great ; m. at Wigston 26 May , Jane, dau. of Robert Fryer (or Freer), burgher and yeoman of Wigston, and by her (who was bap. 24 Oct.

means that Hugh was a feudal subordinate of the Tyldesley family and owed it military service, or its equivalent in cash. He was a freeholder and presumably a yeoman. The Hultons failed to return the manor to the Tyldesleys, who sued for it in Joan and Ellen le Tailour, in and , recovered a freehold cottage with seven acres inFile Size: KB. The HORNBUCKLE Families of Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire The family name is explained as being related to Arbuckle in Lanarkshire, Scotland. The modern distribution of the name, even based on data (map below), shows a clear East Midlands origin which does .

Since , members of the Worthington Family History Society have been researching the Worthington families of the 17th century. Fifty six 17th century pedigrees have been compiled and proved so far. We would welcome information about any proven lines of Worthingtons from to the present day. Sketch of the Weaver Family, of Swanzey, Mass. Three Wives of David Webb, of Boston, Mass., and Wethersfield, Conn. Francis West of Duxbury, Mass., and Some of His Descendants; Records of the West Family of Boston and Tuanton, Mass., and Allied Families; Descendants of Edmund Weston of Duxbury, Mass., for Five Generations; Thomas Weston and His.


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Leicestershire Yeoman families and their pedigrees by W. G. Hoskins Download PDF EPUB FB2

LEICESTERSHIRE YEOMAN FAMILIES AND THEIR PEDIGREES JI conceived as manorial history and that in its turn was only the history of the various lords of the manor, with nothing said of the tenants and their modest chronicles and vicissitudes through the generations.

Even. Book - Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents () Profile; Claims () Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents ().pdf "Book - Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents ()" Captain of Prince Alberts Own Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry Thomas Cradock: Title. Appears in 8 books from Page 75 - On a wreath, out of a ducal coronet or, a pelican argent, vulning herself proper.

Appears in 5 books from g. Higginson Family History by Marshall Wilbur Stephen Swan, h. Leicester – The Ancient Borough by Simmons i. Leicestershire Yeoman Families and Their Pedigrees (A1, no. at Record Office.) j.

Leicester the Ancient Borough to by Simmons (at Record Office.) k. In the Olden Time, They Heyricke Family, by Henrietta Ellis l. Leicestershire Yeoman families and their pedigrees book Transactions Article Author(s) Part 1: Leicestershire Archaeological Society 85th Annual Report Catalogue of the Library of Leicester Abbey pp Montague Rhodes James: The Leicestershire Country Parson in the Sixteenth century pp W.G.

Hoskins: Old Glass in Twycross Church pp Albert Herbert: Part 2. Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents Item Preview remove-circle Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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PDF/ePub Info Share | 13 / The name also occurs at this time at Arnesby, then in the 16th century as Steyne, Stayne and Steane ( Billesdon, Shenton, Birstall, Tilton. He says the name has come down today as Staines and Staynes, but Steane clearly has the same origin.

This info comes from Hoskin's book Leicestershire Yeoman Families and their Pedigrees. A book containing the most complete genealogical account of the Danzey pedigree, from their 15th century manorial roots in Somerby, Leicestershire to the modern era. A must-read book for anyone with a connection to the Danzey name.5/5.

Narrative pedigree, Bensington, Oxfordshire (16th century). Freer. Early Freers in England (Stan Freer) Occurrences of the surname in Leicestershire, 13th century and later, from Leicestershire Yeoman Families and Their Pedigrees by W.

Hoskins (reprinted from the Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, Leicestershire Yeoman Families and their Pedigrees by W. Hoskins circa 'Forryan is another name peculiar to Leicestershire, and like many highly local names its meaning is obscure.

B38 # Leicestershire Yeoman families, pedigrees B Lester, Latham, Lightfoot information B Lettsom information B Lever, William Hesketh: () B Leybournes. A Family History Spanning Ten Centuries B Lightfoot, Latham, Lester information B Littlewood, George, Innkeepers’ RecognizanceFile Size: KB.

Andy Freer found it in a small book called: " Leicestershire Yeoman Families and Their Pedigrees" by W. Hoskins Reprinted with minor ammendments, from the Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol.

XXIII Part I (), October Pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Families: With Their Collateral Branches in Denbigshire, Merionethshire and Other Parts author, - Anglesey (Wales) - pages 0 Reviews. As a result, it has been possible to scan this five-page pedigree and post it on the web, for the benefit of anyone interested in Temple family history.

Few can be expected to have access to this rare book, of which only few copies were printed, and most of those were destroyed in a fire in the 19th century`.

Blount family of Worcestershire, 13th century and later, including extracts from the Complete Peerage, Victoria County History of Worcestershire, photographs of monuments at Astley, Worcestershire and Kinlet, Shropshire, and images of coats of arms and seals. Blount Family before (David Blackwell) Pedigree with some notes; Midlands.

According to Leicestershire Yeoman Families and Their Pedigrees, by W. Hoskins, (Econ), Ph. published in ; the ancestors of the Gee family were in Leicester from a very early date.

Hoskins states the name was spelled in a variety of ways, which was typical for early record keeping, and was likely derived from a French location, not from Gee Cross, a village in Cheshire, or from Jay, a.

This is an addition to the Gillam family story. I've added it because I found these two mens' stories fascinating. Thomas Meadows Gillam was born in and baptised at Shearsby, Leicestershire in His brother was William and he was born in They were the first 2 sons of Thomas Gillam () and his wife, Elizabeth Robinson.

W.G. Hoskins and the Making of the English Landscape Wednesday, 30 January Book Recommendation: The Making of the British Landscape. The Making of the British Landscape, by Francis Pryor. Pryor quickly shows, the neolithic, iron and bronze ages are really not [empty] at all.

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Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents3/5(3). The economic, social and religious networks, that bound their inhabitants to the town, were so dense that they produced a cohesive unit, or "urban society".

A core of focal families provided continuity of leadership in administration, business and : Mary Patricia. Carter. The Troubled Times of Sir John Pate, born c. and died By A.J. Pate at There has been so much misinformation posted and distributed about Sir John Pate on the Internet and elsewhere that I will attempt to clarify it all here in one narrative, primarily as it relates to his title and the Pate coat of arms.Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents - Ebook written by William George Dimock Fletcher.

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