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    1. [LINCOLN] Stillbirth Burial Help - Lincoln City 1955
    2. I wonder if anyone has any ideas on finding a burial place for a stillbirth baby who was born (full term) at Lincoln Hospital, surname GREGORY on 1st January 1955 - we are trying to help my mum find where her firstborn baby boy would be buried and this is proving very difficult. I have checked with the hospital who do not still hold the records from 1955, also checked with funeral directors who also don't have any records remaining from 65 years ago. The crematorium who hold all burial records cannot find anything in Lincoln within the records they hold. Legally all burials had to be recorded and as my parents were sent a bill for the baby's coffin :(( we know he would have been buried. Apparently cremations didn't take place until 1968. I know that most often the baby would have been buried with another burial around the same time but this still would have been recorded so I do feel it should be possible to find. Does anyone know anyone who worked at Lincoln Hospital at that time or knows what sort of procedure the hospital would have had regarding the deaths and burials of stillborn babies. The baby's death was never discussed with my parents and they weren't involved in the burial as was the standard practice at the time but there must be a record somewhere. I am hoping to visit the Lincolnshire Archives next week to check the Canwick Road, St Swithin and St Peter in Eastgate Burial Registers as they have confirmed they hold the burial records for that year for both those 3 cemeteries. I want to check extra burials in graves for any burials that took place around the first 10 days or so of January 1955 as I think that's where I will find him and possibly with someone who also died at the hospital around the same day. He possibly may be only named as a stillborn baby so may not have come up easily on a search. I would be grateful for any ideas. Thank you - Ally

    01/28/2020 09:55:08
    1. [LINCOLN] William Newnham 1754
    2. jean newnham
    3. Hope someone can help me please. Looking for the parents of the above who was born 1754 in Lincolnshire. He married Mary Barber in Nottinghamshire in 1778. Their 10 children were all born in Lincoln. I have a set of parents: Samuel and Sarah Lawrence from Wem, Shropshire but not sure if they are the correct ones as I have found another set with the same names residing in Lincolnshire. Very confusing. Sent from my iPad

    08/04/2019 09:50:15
    1. [LINCOLN] Re: Preston Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767
    2. Peter Atkinson
    3. Thanks for your help Anne. It just needed a logical head to put me back on the right trail. I bought the Lincoln Freemans CD earlier this year which helped with my grgrgrandfather Samuel and also some of his sons and also Preston Ward Atkinson. There are so many Williams and I think looking at the same time at Find My Past confused the issue. I'll check the birth and Freeman issue first. Preston's parents are William and Eleanor (Elinor various spellings) Wade (m 1765)and 6 siblings. On Wed, 31 Jul 2019 21:52 Anne Cole, <[email protected]> wrote: > Peter, as PW Atkinson was admitted a freeman by birth his father must > have gained his freedom before PWA was born. There is an entry for a > William Atkinson son of Preston Atkinson admitted Freeman by birth in > 1752. Preston Atkinson son of William was admitted Freemen by birth in > 1727, and William Atkinson son of William admitted freeman by birth in > 1693. I think this is the line you need to investigate. Unfortunately > there is no entry for a William Atkinson previous to 1693. The > transcribed books begin in the 1640s. There is an earlier book but I > didn't tackle that one. The ones I have mentioned are all in the book > reference Li/5/2 (Lincolnshire Archives) and this book and the two > following are available on CD from the Society. > > Anne Cole > > On Wed, 31 Jul 2019 at 15:41, Peter Atkinson <[email protected]> > wrote: > > > > I am trying to establish the parents of my 3 x greatgrandfather Preston > > Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767 St.Swithin Lincoln. > > He was admitted by birth as a Freeman of the City of Lincoln on 14 June > > 1790 (Lincolnshire Archives). > > His father was called William Atkinson, and it is possible his father was > > also called William. > > Has anyone done any research on Preston or William Atkinson. > > > > Peter > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > > > > -- > Hon. Secretary, Lincolnshire FHS > > Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 > http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html > > http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ > > > Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index > http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ > Lincolnshire Family History Society > http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    08/01/2019 03:17:50
    1. [LINCOLN] Re: Preston Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767
    2. Anne Cole
    3. Peter, as PW Atkinson was admitted a freeman by birth his father must have gained his freedom before PWA was born. There is an entry for a William Atkinson son of Preston Atkinson admitted Freeman by birth in 1752. Preston Atkinson son of William was admitted Freemen by birth in 1727, and William Atkinson son of William admitted freeman by birth in 1693. I think this is the line you need to investigate. Unfortunately there is no entry for a William Atkinson previous to 1693. The transcribed books begin in the 1640s. There is an earlier book but I didn't tackle that one. The ones I have mentioned are all in the book reference Li/5/2 (Lincolnshire Archives) and this book and the two following are available on CD from the Society. Anne Cole On Wed, 31 Jul 2019 at 15:41, Peter Atkinson <[email protected]> wrote: > > I am trying to establish the parents of my 3 x greatgrandfather Preston > Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767 St.Swithin Lincoln. > He was admitted by birth as a Freeman of the City of Lincoln on 14 June > 1790 (Lincolnshire Archives). > His father was called William Atkinson, and it is possible his father was > also called William. > Has anyone done any research on Preston or William Atkinson. > > Peter > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community -- Hon. Secretary, Lincolnshire FHS Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk

    07/31/2019 02:52:34
    1. [LINCOLN] Preston Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767
    2. Peter Atkinson
    3. I am trying to establish the parents of my 3 x greatgrandfather Preston Ward Atkinson bpt. 1 Dec 1767 St.Swithin Lincoln. He was admitted by birth as a Freeman of the City of Lincoln on 14 June 1790 (Lincolnshire Archives). His father was called William Atkinson, and it is possible his father was also called William. Has anyone done any research on Preston or William Atkinson. Peter

    07/31/2019 08:40:46
    1. [LINCOLN] Re: John Smith of Lincolnshire
    2. tamiwell
    3. Thank you so much for your reply, it’s wonderful to hear other peoples thoughts, you never know when something will spark the right discovery! I’ve had a look at the handwriting where it says ‘Burton’ and it looks very clear so I think the Barston is an error. Gate Burton was an interesting thought as it’s right on the border of Nottinghamshire....but I’m not sure if any ships could navigate the river there does anyone know? Tam : ) Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Liane Fenimore Sent: Tuesday, 14 May 2019 7:20 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] John Smith of Lincolnshire The transcription of the 1861 by Ancestry is Burton while FMP has Barston. If you search for Barston you get Grantham. I did find a Google Books record for a man who had lands in Harlaxton and Barston and the former is just west of Grantham. On the other hand, there is a Branston just south of Lincoln and a John Smith was bap there to John Smith and Susanna in 1787. In 1793 John Smith, laborer, married Susanna Harrison, spinster. It is curious that in the 1841 census when they lived in Gorleston that neither y or n was written in next to John Smith. His wife and children have notations. That was his first census record when he was younger than in either the 1861 or 1871 (about 54) and you would expect his memory to be better. It is 53 miles from Grantham to King's Lynn where he could have gone to sea as a boy. I notice they had a pub in Great Yarmouth, perhaps that helped fund some of this and Harriet is a mariner and publican's wife in 1851. Liane _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/13/2019 04:14:17
    1. [LINCOLN] John Smith of Lincolnshire
    2. Liane Fenimore
    3. The transcription of the 1861 by Ancestry is Burton while FMP has Barston. If you search for Barston you get Grantham. I did find a Google Books record for a man who had lands in Harlaxton and Barston and the former is just west of Grantham. On the other hand, there is a Branston just south of Lincoln and a John Smith was bap there to John Smith and Susanna in 1787. In 1793 John Smith, laborer, married Susanna Harrison, spinster. It is curious that in the 1841 census when they lived in Gorleston that neither y or n was written in next to John Smith. His wife and children have notations. That was his first census record when he was younger than in either the 1861 or 1871 (about 54) and you would expect his memory to be better. It is 53 miles from Grantham to King's Lynn where he could have gone to sea as a boy. I notice they had a pub in Great Yarmouth, perhaps that helped fund some of this and Harriet is a mariner and publican's wife in 1851. Liane

    05/13/2019 03:20:44
    1. [LINCOLN] Lincolnshire FHS Facebook Page
    2. I wonder if you are all aware of the LFHS facebook page? This includes a report from the monthly meetings of the Lincoln Branch of the LFHS that meets at Bracebridge Heath Village Hall, and also advance notice of the meetings. The FB page is here https://www.facebook.com/LincolnshireFamilyHistorySociety/ Do visit the page and "Like" us! We have had 1,709 likes so far. Anne Anne Cole, LFHS Secretary (temporarily co-opted) Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk

    05/13/2019 03:03:18
    1. [LINCOLN] Re: looking for birth town
    2. jean newnham
    3. There is a John Smith Christened at ‘Gate Burton’ Lincoln in 1791. Parents Samuel & Mary. Could this be him? Sent from my iPad > On 13 May 2019, at 16:17, tamiwell <[email protected]> wrote: > > > Hello : ) > I’m looking for some advice please. My ancestor was JOHN SMITH (unfortunate name for me!) who was born about 1787 - according to the census of 1861 in ‘BURTON LINCS’. This is written quite clearly, it definitely looks more like Burton than Barton. My problem is nailing down the exact location. Unfortunately in 1851 he was probably away (not recorded with the family) and in 1871 he was living with his daughter in law who may not have known where he was born. He was quite elderly by then and the place given for his birth (Nottinghamshire NK) is probably incorrect. > I can see that there is a Burton right outside of Lincoln, which is the most obvious choice but it wasn’t a port or close to the sea. My John Smith was a Mariner/Master Mariner/Captain. He can first be found in Selby, christening some of his children in the 1830s with his wife Harriet (after they had married in Kent and he had recorded he was ‘of Selby’ there in 1828). He records his occupation as a sailor or master Mariner. > He then moves to Hull and has a couple more children before finally settling in Great Yarmouth where he continued to operate a vessel of some kind. His son continued in his footsteps and also became a Master Mariner and operated two ships that I know of at different times until his final ship was smashed on the rocks during a gale coming in to Tynemouth in the 1870s. There may be a connection to Tynemouth, his son visited there in 1851 when he was a Mariner.... > So it seems he always lived near the ocean and I’m just presuming (but of course could be wrong) that in order to become Master of your own vessel in the early 1800s you probably had to have inherited it from the family in some form or come into money somehow and had an interest in seafaring which is probably less likely. My hunch is that his father may have also been a seaman, but then I would have expected his place of birth to be closer to the ocean if that were the case. Are there any other Burton’s in Lincolnshire I should be looking at? I feel like I might be sitting on a great clue with his son’s given name. He only had one and named him Henry HARRISON Smith....surely a family name he was passing on...perhaps his mothers maiden name....but I’m not sure how to pinpoint it. > Any advice would be wonderful! Thank you, > Tamara > > Sent from Mail for Windows 10 > > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/13/2019 10:22:48
    1. [LINCOLN] looking for birth town
    2. tamiwell
    3. Hello : ) I’m looking for some advice please. My ancestor was JOHN SMITH (unfortunate name for me!) who was born about 1787 - according to the census of 1861 in ‘BURTON LINCS’. This is written quite clearly, it definitely looks more like Burton than Barton. My problem is nailing down the exact location. Unfortunately in 1851 he was probably away (not recorded with the family) and in 1871 he was living with his daughter in law who may not have known where he was born. He was quite elderly by then and the place given for his birth (Nottinghamshire NK) is probably incorrect. I can see that there is a Burton right outside of Lincoln, which is the most obvious choice but it wasn’t a port or close to the sea. My John Smith was a Mariner/Master Mariner/Captain. He can first be found in Selby, christening some of his children in the 1830s with his wife Harriet (after they had married in Kent and he had recorded he was ‘of Selby’ there in 1828). He records his occupation as a sailor or master Mariner. He then moves to Hull and has a couple more children before finally settling in Great Yarmouth where he continued to operate a vessel of some kind. His son continued in his footsteps and also became a Master Mariner and operated two ships that I know of at different times until his final ship was smashed on the rocks during a gale coming in to Tynemouth in the 1870s. There may be a connection to Tynemouth, his son visited there in 1851 when he was a Mariner.... So it seems he always lived near the ocean and I’m just presuming (but of course could be wrong) that in order to become Master of your own vessel in the early 1800s you probably had to have inherited it from the family in some form or come into money somehow and had an interest in seafaring which is probably less likely. My hunch is that his father may have also been a seaman, but then I would have expected his place of birth to be closer to the ocean if that were the case. Are there any other Burton’s in Lincolnshire I should be looking at? I feel like I might be sitting on a great clue with his son’s given name. He only had one and named him Henry HARRISON Smith....surely a family name he was passing on...perhaps his mothers maiden name....but I’m not sure how to pinpoint it. Any advice would be wonderful! Thank you, Tamara Sent from Mail for Windows 10

    05/13/2019 07:17:32
    1. [LINCOLN] Re: Freemen of the City of Lincoln
    2. Anne Cole
    3. Thank you Peter It is pleasing to receive feedback from people who have found the Society publications useful and makes the time spent preparing them worthwhile. I hope you have availed yourself, as a member of the LFHS, of the Members Only Area where there are transcriptions of many items that are only available via personal visit to Lincolnshire Archives. Anne Anne Cole, LFHS Secretary (temporarily co-opted) Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: Peter Atkinson <[email protected]> Sent: 15 March 2019 16:25 To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] Freemen of the City of Lincoln On Wednesday I downloaded a copy of the Lincoln City Apprentices and Freemen (1646 - 1867) from the LFHS. I immediately found 5 relations:- 2 x great grandfather Samuel Atkinson and 3 x great grandfather Preston Ward Atkinson. and 4 x great grandfather William Atkinson. There are three of Samuel's sons also listed: William, Richard, and Robert.Their entries state son of Samuel Atkinson Gas Fitter and one entry also states Hamburg'h'. I know Samuel was a gas fitter and that he had two other sons who worked in a gas factory in Hamburg, Germany. This evidence clearly confirms the connections. The one thing I didnt know was that Samuel had also worked in Hamburg before he died in Lincoln in 1851. He certainly moved around to different places: Lincoln, Hull, Beverly, Gainsborough, Thorne, and now Hamburg. All the above for once was the easy part, now I have quite a few other Atkinsons to work on from the list and see if they can also be connected. I must praise and thank Mrs Ann Cole for all the work she has done to make this list possible. Peter Atkinson LFHS member _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    03/16/2019 06:40:38
    1. [LINCOLN] Freemen of the City of Lincoln
    2. Peter Atkinson
    3. On Wednesday I downloaded a copy of the Lincoln City Apprentices and Freemen (1646 - 1867) from the LFHS. I immediately found 5 relations:- 2 x great grandfather Samuel Atkinson and 3 x great grandfather Preston Ward Atkinson. and 4 x great grandfather William Atkinson. There are three of Samuel's sons also listed: William, Richard, and Robert.Their entries state son of Samuel Atkinson Gas Fitter and one entry also states Hamburg'h'. I know Samuel was a gas fitter and that he had two other sons who worked in a gas factory in Hamburg, Germany. This evidence clearly confirms the connections. The one thing I didnt know was that Samuel had also worked in Hamburg before he died in Lincoln in 1851. He certainly moved around to different places: Lincoln, Hull, Beverly, Gainsborough, Thorne, and now Hamburg. All the above for once was the easy part, now I have quite a few other Atkinsons to work on from the list and see if they can also be connected. I must praise and thank Mrs Ann Cole for all the work she has done to make this list possible. Peter Atkinson LFHS member

    03/15/2019 10:24:46
    1. [LINCOLN] ADMINISTRATION
    2. David
    3. Well, we seem to be up and running again. It might be an idea if everyone could perhaps submit the surnames that they are researching or post any queries that they may have. Once we are operating properly again, could I remind all subscribers to avoid just hitting the reply button and make sure they crop messages when replying to digests. Please remove everything from the digest apart from the topic you are replying to. Please also rename the subject line and leave out the digest reference. This information is meaningless to those who don't get a digest. Sent from Mail for Windows 10

    07/24/2018 05:00:48
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincoln St. Swithin baptism
    2. Anne Cole
    3. Peter, the name Preston Ward (not Wade) Atkinson rang a bell with me. He is in the Lincoln City Freemens' Registers which I am about to prepare for publication on CD, probably in May. He was made a Freeman of Lincoln by birth in 1790. This means that his father (William) became a Freeman before Preston Ward was born. PWA would have been 21 or over in 1790. I just checked the photo I have of the page that his enfranchisement appears on and it is definitely "Ward" not "Wade" there. Afraid I can't pass on the photo - copyright issues. Lincolnshire Archives may be able to provide a digital copy, but the copyright rests with the City of Lincoln Council. If you are interested, the Lincolnshire Archives reference is Li/5/4/1 page 137. Incidentally, there are four marriages for Preston Atkinsons in Vol. 3 of the marriage indexes, all the grooms of St Swithins, but Preston Ward does not appear there. The first of these marriages is 1723. Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Peter Atkinson Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 2:04 PM To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] Lincoln St. Swithin baptism Hello everyone and a happy new year. I have been looking for my grgrgrandfathers baptism for years. The only previous 2 clues indicated he was born in Hull, however I have found a baptism for St. Swithins Lincoln. The 1802 entry shows ''Samuel son of Preston. Wade and Mary Atkinson was received into the congregation August 22nd''. Can someone please clarify why ''was received into etc'' as this addition was not included for any other entry. Last year I came across a transcription of a letter written in 1870 America. This letter stated that Samuel had a brother and 2 sisters, Sarah and Mary.I now believe the brother was called William Thomas. After a thorough trawl of FMP and Family Search records everything points to their parents as Preston Wade Atkinson and Mary Pearson. I have made some progress on the trees for Sarah and Mary, and discovered that Mary is the grgrandmother of Fay Wray who starred in the first King Kong film. Peter ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/24/2018 10:39:00
    1. [LINCOLN] Lincoln St. Swithin baptism
    2. Peter Atkinson
    3. Hello everyone and a happy new year. I have been looking for my grgrgrandfathers baptism for years. The only previous 2 clues indicated he was born in Hull, however I have found a baptism for St. Swithins Lincoln. The 1802 entry shows ''Samuel son of Preston. Wade and Mary Atkinson was received into the congregation August 22nd''. Can someone please clarify why ''was received into etc'' as this addition was not included for any other entry. Last year I came across a transcription of a letter written in 1870 America. This letter stated that Samuel had a brother and 2 sisters, Sarah and Mary.I now believe the brother was called William Thomas. After a thorough trawl of FMP and Family Search records everything points to their parents as Preston Wade Atkinson and Mary Pearson. I have made some progress on the trees for Sarah and Mary, and discovered that Mary is the grgrandmother of Fay Wray who starred in the first King Kong film. Peter

    01/24/2018 07:04:28
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincoln City FC
    2. Dick Coleman
    3. Nice one, Peter. Enjoy!On 18 Feb 2017 3:45 p.m., Peter Atkinson <[email protected]> wrote: > > Hi list, > > This is not a family history story but will be in the future. > > Congrats to Lincoln City Football Club (soccer for those not in the know) for beating Burnley FC (an English Premiership team) 1 - 0, and reaching the English Football Association cup quarter finals. The first non-league team to reach this stage in the knock-out competition for over 100 years. > > Well done Lincoln. > > > Peter > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/18/2017 01:22:50
    1. [LINCOLN] Lincoln City FC
    2. Peter Atkinson
    3. Hi list, This is not a family history story but will be in the future. Congrats to Lincoln City Football Club (soccer for those not in the know) for beating Burnley FC (an English Premiership team) 1 - 0, and reaching the English Football Association cup quarter finals. The first non-league team to reach this stage in the knock-out competition for over 100 years. Well done Lincoln. Peter

    02/18/2017 09:45:37
    1. [LINCOLN] Windows 10
    2. Peter Atkinson via
    3. Hi everyone, I called on my brother-in law yesterday and in his computer magazine there was information about the next big upgrade starting now for windows 10. Didn't read the whole article but the upgrade will be Windows 10.1, and if you havn't already upgraded to 10 it will cost you to do so, as the free 12 months is finishing. >From what I understand all other systems will no longer be supported. Peter Newcastle upon Tyne

    08/05/2016 06:58:34
    1. [LINCOLN] Will Transcriptions Website
    2. Rosalind Dunning via
    3. I have set up a website for will transcriptions at www.transcribedwills.co.uk This is totally free to use and non commercial There are a number of wills from Lincolnshire on there already but any further contributions from Lincs or anywhere else will be welcome. The website also covers Wales, Scotland, Ireland and the Channel islands Ros Dunning

    03/16/2016 04:21:09
    1. [LINCOLN] Lincs village
    2. Terry Wells via
    3. Just as an aside, the original post has been regurgitated from Wed, 5 Sep 2012 09:23:16 +0100. I seem to be getting ancient messages on all my Rootsweb groups due to the recent failure and yesterday's reappearance. Terry -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of [email protected] Sent: 16 March 2016 07:01 To: [email protected] Subject: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 3 Today's Topics: 1. Re: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 (Anne Cole) 2. Re: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 (Gordon Longmate) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2016 10:11:03 -0000 From: "Anne Cole" <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 To: <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This will be Aisthorpe, a village near Lincoln. "thorpe" and "strop(e)" are often interchanged. If you go here http://db.theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp you should get to his page in the Clergy database which shows that he was at Aisthorpe in 1597. It also shows where he was before. Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of [email protected] Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2016 7:02 AM To: [email protected] Subject: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 Today's Topics: 1. Lincs village ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2016 12:29:26 +0000 From: Gordon Longmate <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 To: Anne Cole <[email protected]>, [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Have you tried Caistor . > On 15 Mar 2016, at 10:11, Anne Cole via <[email protected]> wrote: > > This will be Aisthorpe, a village near Lincoln. "thorpe" and > "strop(e)" are often interchanged. > > If you go here http://db.theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp > you should get to his page in the Clergy database which shows that he > was at Aisthorpe in 1597. It also shows where he was before. > > Anne > > Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society > > Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 > > http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html > http://duncalfonenamestudy.tribalpages.com/ > > Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index > > http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ > > Lincolnshire Family History Society > > http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk > > -----Original Message----- > From: [email protected] > [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of > [email protected] > Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2016 7:02 AM > To: [email protected] > Subject: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 10, Issue 2 > > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Lincs village > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2012 09:23:16 +0100 > Subject: [LINCOLN] Lincs village > To: <[email protected]> > Message-ID: <[email protected]> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" > > Hi all > Would anyone know of a village in Lincolnshire that might > match this from a will of a Stephen Luddington dated 1598, > Aisto[ur]pp, he was a clerk there. > I have tried veryations on google, but no luck so far? > > Paul >

    03/16/2016 03:35:54