History and records of the Smith-Carington family

from the conquest to the presenr time...and other places in Essex
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Jan 18,  · Philip Morant – History and Antiquities of Warwickshire William Arthur Copinger – History of the Records of the Smith-Carington Family (derived from the archives of Mr. Robert Smith-Carington*,**) John Horace Round – Peerage and Pedigree Lionel M.

Angus-Butterworth** – Old Cheshire Families and their Seats. Dec 31,  · Walter Copinger (), "History and records of the Smith-Carington family", as all too often in that infamous and entertaining work, used his imagination to build from this.

He converted the surname to Trussell, a good family from the right general direction and starting with "Tr". He found a branch less well-known, apparently found some. Category:Smith and Carington family. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

The Smith family is an English aristocratic and banking family founded by Thomas Smith (–). Subcategories. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total. B Barons Carrington‎ (1 C. Jul 26,  · Genealogy for John Smith, Esq.

(c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. This will has been partly transcribed* on the Blackmore history website, and abstracted in the book by Coppinger, and indeed it is an interesting will.

"History and records of the Smith-Carington family. Historical records and family trees related to John Carrington Smith. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and History and records of the Smith-Carington family book names.

Oct 20,  · History and Records of the Smith-Carington Family – edited by Walter Arthur Copinger [lots of letters ] I will post more as I find my old research.

It is my hope that these accounts all agree, but I can not say that I know that to be a certainty at the moment. Melanie Boughton Smith's "Family Records and Recollections" Scanned book plus separate index, listed under "Book" Biography of Edmund Smith (Source: Michigan County Histories) Biography of Jeremiah R.

Smith (Source: Michigan County Histories) Smith Family Tree Genealogy blog about the Smith family history and the Smith surname. Walter Copinger (), "History and records of the Smith-Carington family", as all too often in that infamous and entertaining work, used his imagination to build from this.

He converted the surname to Trussell, a good family from the right general direction and starting with "Tr". He found a branch less well-known, apparently found some. History and records of the Smith-Carington family, from the conquest to the present time: with full account of the various seats and places with which its members have been connected, including Carrington in Cheshire, Ashby Folville in Leiches, v.

02 ; A discourse on. Gilbert James Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 3rd Earl of Ancaster, TD (8 December – 29 March ), styled Lord Willoughby de Eresby from to. Copinger, History and Records of the Smith-Carington Family, Braudel, Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II, A more extensive discussion of the literature on fourteenth-century mercenaries is in Caferro, Mercenary Companies, xiii–xx.

Daniel Waley has treated some aspects of mercenaryCited by: Historical records and family trees related to Catherine Southcote. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names.

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In David's case the book was W. Copinger's History and Records of the Smith-Carington Family, published in - so if that work underlies your own research you might want to double-check it.

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Modern British Childhood exhibition. Walter Arthur Copinger - History and Records of the Smith-Carington Family (pub. ) (criticized for connecting three seemingly unconnected Smith lines, provides cited sources) George Ormerod - The Visitation of Cheshire in the year (pub.

) William Dugdale - The antiquities of Warwickshire, illustrated (pub. Read London Standard Newspaper Archives, Nov 25,p. 12 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex Genealogy Royal Noble Peer Duke Count Lord Baron Baronet Sir Peer Database Family Tree Europe Nobility Knight Peerage Marquess Earl.

A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe. Surname Index. New Entries; FAQ; Custom Indexes Smith-Carington(3) Smith-Carrington(3) Smith-Cranmoor(2). Smith's Bank was a series of English banking partnerships in London and the provinces, all controlled by the Smith family that operated between and Although Smith's Bank was never a single entity, the first bank was established in Nottingham by Thomas Smith; often dated toit is believed to be the first bank to be formed outside London.

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By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. History and Records of the Smith Carington Family: Cheshire, Warwickshire, Sworders. Lot 1. Copinger, W A: History and Records of the Smith Carington Family: Cheshire, Warwickshire, Essex.

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The ancestors of Dorothy Burlingham (died ). This webpage does not aim at perfection but is intended to help collect notes about people and families in the past, in order to assist people interested in this family to communicate, preserve, and develop new understanding of their ancestry.

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