Family History

Eventually I hope this page will contain all the information I have about my family and its history. Until that day, it’ll just have a list of all the surnames I have discovered so far.

If you think you are related via any of the names below, then please contact me or visit my main website for the Curd Family.

Acott, Akerman, Allen, Allsop, Alright, Alvarez, Anderson, Andrews, Anthony, Armstrong, Arnell, Arnold, Ashley, Ashman, Ashton, Atkins, Atkinson, Attwood, Austen, Austin

Badger, Baker, Banfield, Banks, Barbara, Barling, Barnes, Barnett, Bates, Baxter, Bayley, Beadle, Beckley, Beeston, Bendall, Bennett, Bergman, Berry, Betts, Bickerstaff, Billing, Billings, Bindley, Binks, Binley, Birchett, Black, Blackman, Blackstone, Bleeze, Blick, Boldt, Bolton, Bond, Boot, Bosworth, Bradley, Bradshaw, Brandrick, Brazier, Breedon, Brennen, Brice, Brooks, Brownsell, Bullis, Burchett, Burgess, Burlingham, Burnes, Burnham, Burt, Butcher

Cadwalader, Calvert, Carey, Carey-Jarvis, Caselton, Caughlin, Chamberlain, Chambers, Chapman, Chatfield, Cheesewright, Child, Childs, Chrisfield, Clark, Clemens, Close, Cluff, Cockman, Cohen, Cole, Colegate, Collins, Cook, Cooke, Cooper, Coster, Cott, Cottenden, Cox, Cremer, Crofts, Cross, Crust, Cryer, Cullingham, Cully, Curd, Cutler

Dakon, Dalley, Dalton, Davies, Davis, Day, Dearmer, Deeping, Deer, Delahoy, Dell, Dicker, Dixson, Dodge, Donovan, Dorton, Douglas, Downs, Drage, Driver, Duckworth, Dudley, Duesbury, Dumbleton, Durisova, Dyke

Eagle, East, Eastland, Edgeley, Edwards, Ellis, Esson, Euden, Everett, Eves

Falkner, Fancy, Faulkner, Faunch, Feasey, Fellows, Fenner, Ferrier, Finch, Fincham, Firth, Fitter, Flint, Formiger, Foster, Fox, Foy, Francis, Freeman, French, Frost, Fuller

Gamble, Gamson, Gelstrop, George, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gibson, Gilbert, Gillard, Godber, Goode, Goring, Gotch, Grabham, Graham, Grant, Graves, Gray, Green, Greenfield, Gregory, Griffin, Grogan, Gullefer, Gurney

Hainsworth, Halford, Hall, Halliday, Hallioake, Halsey, Hand, Hanfield, Hankin, Harding, Harris, Harrison, Harrod, Hart, Hartwell, Harvey, Haslem, Hatch, Hate, Hawkins, Hay, Haycock, Hayes, Hays, Heales, Hebron-Marsh, Hedge, Hedworth, Helmsley, Henley, Henshaw, Herbert, Hicks, Higginson, Hill, Hills, Hinge, Hirst, Hitchman, Hoare, Hockley, Holden, Holmes, Holt, Honess, Hooker, Hoover, Hopkins, Horwood, Hosier, Houghton, How, Howard, Howe, Howlet, Hubbard, Huckle, Hughes, Hume, Hurley

Jackson, Jak, Janes, Jarrett, Jarvis, Jee, Jeffrey, Jenkins, Jenkinson, Jennings, Jermyn, Jerome, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Jupe

Kay, Kelly, Kendrick, Kennedy, King, Knight

Lancaster, Lansdell, Lawson, Lazzell, Lee, Leeds, Lewett, Lewis, Lewitt, Liddel, Lillyman, Lloyd, Loake, Lovett, Lowden, Lynah

Macaulay, Macdonald, Mackeonis, Maidlow, Malliard-Dubois, Manly, Mansell, Mantripp, Mapes, Marchant, Martin, Mary, Mayhew, Mead, Meakins, Menniss, Merchant, Merrick, Miedl, Miles, Miller, Mills, Minness, Minnis, Mitchell, Moore, Morris, Moss, Mulford, Munns, Murphy, Musson

Nash, Neatherstreet, Newman, Newstead, Nicholson, Noakes, Nobbs, Nolan, Norman

O’Brien, Oliver, O’Neil, Oram, Osman, Owen

Paine, Parker, Parmenter, Parmer, Parsons, Peacock, Peake, Pealing, Peck, Peckinham, Peel, Petley, Pettit, Philips, Phillips, Phipps, Piggott, Pinckney, Piper, Pocock, Polecot, Poleykett, Policate, Policote, Pollicat, Pollicatt, Pollicot, Pollicott, Pollitt, Polycate, Polycote, Poole, Porter, Prentice, Price, Prince, Prior, Prosser, Pymley

Quenby

Radford, Rain, Reading, Reason, Reed, Reeves, Reynolds, Rhodes, Richardson, Riddel, Ring, Roafe, Roberts, Robinson, Rodell, Rogers, Rollison, Rose, Rothero, Roughton, Rowden, Rowland, Rutland

Sandle, Sansom, Sattun, Scott, Scribner, Selvage, Sever, Sexton, Shackson, Shane, Sharp, Shaw, Shearley, Shepherd, Shore, Siggee, Simkin, Simpkins, Simpson, Smalley, Smith, Spencer, Spurgeon, Stallard, Stead, Steward, Stobie, Stone, Stradwick, Stratford, Street, Stuart, Sutton, Swaffer, Sykes, Syrett

Taylor, Thomas, Thorogood, Thorpe, Thurgood, Timberlake, Tomlins, Trusty, Tucker, Turner, Turvey, Tyson

Underwood, Upfold

Vann

Wade, Wakefield, Walden, Walker, Wallis, Walsh, Want, Ward, Wardle, Warne, Warren, Warriner, Waters, Watson, Watts, Weatherby, Webb, Weber, Webster, Welch, Wells, Wenham, West, Wheble, Whelan, White, Whittaker, Wickham, Wicks, Wiggins, Wilber, Wiles, Williams, Willmot, Willmott, Wilson, Windsborrow, Winter, Wise, Witham, Wood, Woodward, Wright

Yeates, Young

Zimmer

Don’t forget to contact me if you have an interest in any of these names.

38 thoughts on “Family History

  1. hello
    i am requesting the information of the MANSELL family you have please
    please contact me as soon as possible
    thank you

  2. I am interested in the Petley Family hisory, I am descended from William Petley Master Mariner, born in Kent. Married in Sydney Australia to Mary Ann Dwyer
    about 1856.
    Willliam drowned on February 3 1868 off the West coast of New Zealand, his ship Fortune was a brig.

    I think he was born around 1819?
    Documentation of their children’s births state dfferent ages.

  3. Hi Brian,
    Interesting site,must keep you pretty busy! If you get a moment I would love to hear about your Siggee link. Most of my family tree is from the Cambridgeshire/Lincolnshire area but a few people have told me they have seen the name in the Devon/Dorset area. I haven’t found any links yet but who knows?

    Kind regards
    Steve

  4. Hi Steve, I tried to email you at your aol address but the mail is bouncing. If you have another please drop me a note, use the contact form.

    Cheers
    Brian

  5. hi i like wanna know all about my family history
    Ward history thanks ^-^

    So do I, about mine David….! Give me clue as to your location and any details you have so far and I’ll get back to you.

    Cheers
    Brian

  6. Looking for family from St John Newbrunswick
    I do not see my maiden name in the lot, but my mother was a Macauly (not sure how to spell it) from St John
    My maiden name is Culetta from Pickering Onatario. My fathers name is Leonard.
    My half sister’s name is Sharon and was the only one to have contact with my mothers side of the family. She has passed away and leaves me to fend for myself. If you have any info it would be much appreciated.
    Gail

  7. Hi Gail,
    I have just one Macauley in my tree, Catherine Florence. She married in St Michaels Camden Town London in 1930 to Albert Henry HUGHES so it seems she probably came from that region of the UK.

    Sorry I can’t help more as this is a very distant relationship and it is unlikely I’ll be following it further.

    Cheers
    Brian

  8. Hi, im trying to the family tree for my 2 sons and i was just woundering if you could help me im looking for the petley’s in kent there a rather large family and alot of lines with the same name, they go back for a lot of years, if you have any info on the line im looking for id love to hear from you,
    thanks

    Claire Petley

  9. hello brian,
    i was wondering if their is a connection at all between the gamble family and the mansell family? or the mansell family and the burnett family as i have these in my family tree. many thanks, jill

  10. I may be able to help with your DICKER family: I run a one-name study on that name. All best wishes, Martin.

  11. Hi Brian

    A fourth cousins mother was Vera Maud Dumbleton. All my Dumbletons are from Warwickshire mainly Chuch Lawford except for William Samuel Dumbleton born London 1879 but moved to Church Lawford by 1891 census.

    Any joy there?

    Regards

    Rod

  12. I am trying to find further information regarding William and Rosetta Petley who lived in Rochester. They were both born in 1851 in Kent. They had nine children and lived in Folkestone. If you have any information, I would love to hear from you. Thanks.

  13. Hi Brian
    Any information on the Chatfield/Faulkner connection would be much appreciated. Reuben and Ruth Chatfield appear on the 1841 and 1851 census, then on the 1861 census appear as Reuben and Ruth Faulkner!!! Do you have any information on the reason for the name change? I am confused!! ( think his father was Thomas Faulkner).
    Wendy

  14. hi brian,
    I am interested in the Hirons family from Church lawford , do you have any information?

    sarah

  15. Hi Brian,

    I discovered we shared a 37 marker close match
    on the family tree ydna site. I hope I have the right Brian
    Curd. The Brian Curd listed on my site is also from England. My paternal line has a Jewish branch, and
    is orginally from Germany, and then the Netherlands.
    Our connection despite the close match may be quite
    a ways back. Still if you could shed any light on this
    connection it would be appreciated. My ancestors name was Johann Martin Unger. Loved your Blogsite.

    Best Wishes, Peter Unger

  16. hi brian great site i am getting a lot of conflicting reports on my family tree i thought i had a connection with the sussex group with a french connection but now with further reading there is a levi chatfield are we of jewish desent ? hope i can get more cheers bralen

  17. Hi – I’m married to a Beadle, my branch are from Keston, Kent. I have some info, and am researching still, but where are your lot from?

  18. Hi – I’m interested in the HInge branch. They appear to have originated mainly from Kent and then moved into London. My grandfather reside in the St Pancras area for some time. I am trying to trace his roots back.
    Regards, John

  19. I am interested in the Taylor family from Dumbleton.I am descended from William & Jane Taylor.He was in charge of Brickworks at some point.
    Hope to hear from you very soon.

    regards from Jackie…

  20. I have a connection to the Dakon aka Deakon) – Bennett – Miller families. Joel Bennett/Jane Deakon,
    Jacob Bennett/Delilah Miller, George Wesley/Sarah Ann Miller, Minor J. Bennett/Elsie Catherine Schrepfer. Do you recognize any of this heritage line?

    I am looking for the father and /or mother of Joel Bennett, 4th great grandfather of my son Darin.

    Hope to hear back soon.

  21. Hi I am finding out more of our family tree, and would like to know more about the Upfold History please.

  22. Hi – My daughter is married to a Cheesewright. His grandfather was Albert Edward Cheesewright b 1906 Hendon. Any information appreciated.

  23. I am trying to do research on my grandfather John Curd born in Jackson IL. His parents came to Virginia via Germany. His mother was Maria Schneider and died while giving birth in the US.. I know he had a brother named Charles Curd who lived in Colorado for a while. John eventually went to Acapulco, Mexico and settled and had a family there until his death in the late1920’s Two of his children moved back to the US- Peter ( San Francisco, CA) and Consuelo ( San Ysidro/ San Diego, CA) until their deaths.

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