Hampton and Grindley Nancy Lindop

ISBN: 9781905999224

Published: October 24th 2014

Paperback

34 pages


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Hampton and Grindley  by  Nancy Lindop

Hampton and Grindley by Nancy Lindop
October 24th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 34 pages | ISBN: 9781905999224 | 8.28 Mb

Nancy Lindop, who died in 2005 aged 96, spent about 50 years as a genealogist tracing not only hers, but other peoples family trees. A founder member of the South Cheshire Family History Society, which met in her house in the Shropshire village ofMoreNancy Lindop, who died in 2005 aged 96, spent about 50 years as a genealogist tracing not only hers, but other peoples family trees.

A founder member of the South Cheshire Family History Society, which met in her house in the Shropshire village of Woore. Nancy delighted in sharing her research and helping others in their quest to find their ancestors. As well as collecting information from local libraries and record offices she also had an extensive library where books were catalogued into the English counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire and it is mainly from these three counties that the subjects of her research lived.

Her son, Geoffrey, has converted her hand-written notes into book form and analysed her original research with his personal computer - a technology unavailable to Nancy.In this, the second volume of the series, two unrelated familes are described- Hampton and Grindley.Hampton lists details of the eighty-six members of the Hampton family that are recorded in the Mucklestone Parish Register between 1555 and 1649. Mucklestone (or Mucclestone as it is sometimes spelt) is situated in north Staffordshire about 4 miles north-east of Market Drayton.Details of the Hampton family that lived in the Shropshire parishes of Adderley, Berrington, Claverley, Condover and Whittington are also included.Grindley features the 66 members of the family who lived in north Shropshire and the research has covered 45 parishes in that area.

Also included are surnames with the variant spelling: Grimley, Grindall, Grindley, Grindle, and Grinlye. No abbreviations are used throughout and the whilst the original spelling has been adhered to, additional wording has been used where it has been considered appropriate to the understanding of the entry.

A list of parishes is included where members of the family are not recorded to avoid the reader wasting research time. The book concludes with a bibliography that describes the range of dates covered by each parish register.



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