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Colenso

How many ways are there of spelling a name exactly?
Direct lines as far back as I have sourced so far
Back to GGG Grandparents
(Colenso, Pascoe, Davies, Howard)
Migratory movement through England and Wales
World migratory movement

(Updated 1 October 2004)
(Updated 12 February 2006)

(Updated 8 August 2004)

(Updated 18April 2006)


Early Colensos in Cornwall Charles 1 (1641)
Table showing the relationship to William/John William below
William Colenso in New Zealand (1811 - 1899)
Bishop John William Colenso of Natal (1814 - 1883)
Richard Colenso (1820 - ) John Colenso (1808 - 1873) John Colenso (1824 - 1854)
Colenso ancestors in Wales
continuing from Richard above

(Updated 1 October 2004)
(Updated 24 May 2005)
(Updated 21 November 2003)
(Updated 21 November 2003)
(Updated 26 August 2006)
(28 March 2007)


Joseph Colenso (1826 - 1889)
William Henry Colenso (1856 - 1914)
Richard James Colenso (1852 - 1934)
Thomas Veale Colenso  (1866 - 1921)

(Updated 12 January 2006)
(Updated 15 April 2006)
not complete (28 April 2006)
(February 2004)


Honouring Colensos who died in the World Wars 
Mysteries that have arisen.......... Maybe you have the answer!
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(not complete / Updated 29 January 2007)

Updated 11 December 2007


Focus on the following occupations will appear in due course.
Mining (Tin, Copper, Coal), Boot making,
Publicans, Sea fishing, Railways

Foster

Origins of the surname Foster
Migratory movement through England and Wales
Direct lines as far back as I have sourced so far
Back to GGG Grandparents
(Foster, Jenkin, Walters, Miller, Lewis)
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(21 May 2003)

(Updated 3 June 2006)
(Updated
3 June 2006)

(Updated 10 October 2007)


Focus on the following occupations will appear in due course.
Confectionery trade, Mining

Leeman

How many ways are there of spelling a name exactly?
Migratory movement through England and Wales
Direct lines as far back as I have sourced so far
Back to GGG Grandparents
(Leeman, Swails, Lofthouse)

(Updated 12 February 2004)

(Updated 31 January 2006)

(Updated 31 January 2006)


John Swails Leeman (1827 - 1908)
The Leeman/Ellis Mystery
Mysteries that have arisen.......... Maybe you have the answer!
Photo Page

(Updated 15 June 2006)
(17 June 2006)

(Updated 8 August 2004)


Focus on the following occupations will appear in due course.
Publicans

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Drummond

Origins of the surname Drummond
Migratory movement through England and Wales
Direct lines as far back as I have sourced so far
Back to GGG Grandparents
(Drummond, Longstaff, Pearson, Williams, Davies, Ussher, Gough)
Mysteries that have arisen.......... Maybe you have the answer!
Photo Page

(21 May 2003)
(Updated 14 August 2003)

(Updated 8 August 2004)
(Updated 8 August 2004)

(Updated 13 August 2003)

 

 

Ussher

The Ussher connection mini tree
Back to GGG Grandparents
(Drummond, Longstaff, Pearson, Williams, Davies, Ussher, Gough)
Mysteries that have arisen.......... Maybe you have the answer!

 

 

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Map of United States of America

America index
Thomas Veale Colenso 

Canada index

 

Map of Canada

Map of Australia

Australia index
John Swails Leeman

 

New Zealand index
William Colenso in New Zealand (Updated 21 Nov 2003)

 

Map of New Zealand

Map of Africa

Africa index
Bishop John William Colenso of Natal (Updated 21 Nov 2003)

Britain index
Early Colensos in Cornwall at the time of Charles I
Joseph Colenso
in Bristol at the time of Isambard Kingdom Brunel
William Henry Colenso
and his brothers (sons of Joseph above) -Publicans in Bristol
Richard Colenso John Colenso John Colenso The effect of the cholera epidemics
Colensos in Wales continuing the lives of Richard's family (above)
Richard James Colenso continuing the effect of Brunel

The Leeman/Ellis Mystery
John Swails Leeman (1827 - 1908)

Map of Britain

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