Baker, Furnival, Jones and Shuker

Baker, Furnival, Jones and Shuker : Nancy Lindop's Genealogies Volume 3

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Nancy Lindop, who died in 2005 aged 96, spent about 50 years as a genealogist tracing not only hers, but other people's 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 third volume of the series, four unrelated familles are described. Fifty-five members of the Baker family who lived in North Shropshire, South Cheshire and North Staffordshire are described. In the same area, but more localised around Mucklestone, can be found the Furnival Family 105 members of which are described together with 31 in-laws. The Jones Family of Woore only extends to 19 members. Nancy has researched the Shuker family of North Shropshire in 45 parishes and found 128 records of the family.show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.3mm | 131.54g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507595522
  • 9781507595527

About Nancy Lindop

Nancy Lindop, who died in 2005 aged 96, spent about 50 years as a genealogist tracing not only hers, but other people's family trees. A founder member of the South Cheshire Family History Society, which met in her house in the Shropshire village of Woore. Her son, Geoffrey, was a freelance writer specializing in astronomy and astronautics for newspapers around the world before forming a publishing company to bring his mother's research to a wider public.show more