Paternal Family

My paternal side are from Durham and Northumberland with a branch or two from Scotland, the New Forest and Yorkshire.

Surnames include – ADAMSON, BROWN, ETHERIDGE, GAMSBY, HINDMARCH, HOGARTH, MILNER, REED, REMMER, STORES, WILCOCK, WILKINSON.

 

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4 thoughts on “Paternal Family

  1. Hi Mark
    I descend from Thomas Brennand (1768-1835), elder brother of Grace. He was my 4 x great, grandfather. I have quite a bit of information about the earlier Brennands if you would be interested?

    • Hi Carole
      Thanks for your message. Grace is my 4xgreat grandmother, so guess that makes us 5th cousins! I’d be interested to know how you descend through Thomas & Ann?
      I also have a far bit of information on the earlier Brennand’s. It would be great to compare to see if our research matches. Probably best if you send me an email (on the home page).
      Mark.

  2. Hi Mark
    My Grandad was Lawrence Haythornthwaite, and it’s been great to get more information on the family, as we were once told that someone in the family was a Prison Officer in India, maybe Edith Brands Father?
    Regards. Joanne Allen (nee Haythornthwaite)

    • Hi Joanne
      Thanks for your comment, and I’m glad you found the information interesting. We must be 3rd cousins, sharing the same 2x great grandparents, John Haythornthwaite and Margaret Howarth. I have lots more information and photographs (of Maurice and Edith and various Haythornthwaite’s), if you would like more information email me. I did trace Edith’s line a little, Edith and her brother Harry were both born in Sauguer, India.
      Mark.

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