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Another Three Families from Warwickshire
Another Three Families from Warwickshire
Tells the story of the Cooper, King and Collins families from the early 16th century.  
 
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Antoinette Toureille
Antoinette Toureille
Her escape from Nimes with 5 children as she sort to rejoin her husband. 
 
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Baptism of Anne Fiddian
Baptism of Anne Fiddian
1592 
 
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Baptism of John Fiddian
Baptism of John Fiddian
1594 
 
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Baptism of Marie Fiddian
Baptism of Marie Fiddian
1598 
 
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Benjamin Thomas Clarke
Benjamin Thomas Clarke
The story of a pioneer. Married to a 4th cousin (4x removed) of my wife with whom he had 13 children. After the early death of his wife he became a Mormon, remarried and set off for Salt Lake, Utah. He crossed America by wagon train in 1853, settled in Salt Lake and entered two polygamous marriages.  
 
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Brooksbank - Yeoman of the Dales
Brooksbank - Yeoman of the Dales
by E M Shepherd.
The story of the family from the 14th to the 20th century. 
 
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Cartulary of Trentham Priory; Longton
Cartulary of Trentham Priory; Longton
 
 
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Cathedral Wedding of Dr James V Fiddian and E M Doris White, 1915
Cathedral Wedding of Dr James V Fiddian and E M Doris White, 1915
 
 
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Certificate of Service - Bletchley Park
Certificate of Service - Bletchley Park
 
 
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Christmas Day and Other Poems
Christmas Day and Other Poems
by John Skirrow Peart 
 
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Connections between my family tree and my wife's.
Connections between my family tree and my wife's.
On 9 occasions an ancestor of my wife married an ancestor of mine (but mostly over 900 years ago!).  
 
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Death Certificate for Benjamin Fiddian
Death Certificate for Benjamin Fiddian
 
 
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Death Certificate for Benjamin Fiddian jnr.
Death Certificate for Benjamin Fiddian jnr.
 
 
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Death Certificate for Harriet Fiddian
Death Certificate for Harriet Fiddian
 
 
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Death Certificate for Thomas Fiddian
Death Certificate for Thomas Fiddian
 
 
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Desertion of Family
Desertion of Family
James William Smith left his family in 1847 whilst he tried to find work. 
 
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Diary of Philippa Brooksbank
Diary of Philippa Brooksbank
From 1781 to 1832 she kept a brief record of notable events in her life. 
 
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Early Origins of the Fiddian Family - A View
Early Origins of the Fiddian Family - A View
Exploring Vivians in Staffordshire after the Conquest who were probably early ancestors of the Fiddians. This would allow a tale to be told of our origins in Finland and our journey from there to Norway, France, Normandy, England, The Midlands and then around the globe. 
 
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Extended Family Members who Died in War
Extended Family Members who Died in War
Members of the family who were killed in WW1 and WW2 plus others who made notable contributions in times of war. 
 
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Far-Flung Fiddian-Greens
Far-Flung Fiddian-Greens
This small but select branch of the family have settled in four continents so far.  
 
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Farming Families in Fulbourn : The White Family
Farming Families in Fulbourn : The White Family
Based on an article by Ursula Lyons that appeared in the Fulbourn Village History Society newsletter. It covers the period 1900-2014.  
 
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Fiddian as a Middle Name
Fiddian as a Middle Name
Including the Fiddian-Greens there are more than 80 relatives with Fiddian as a middle name, generally in front of their surname, that can be traced back to William Fiddian (born 1743) and Richard Fiddian (born 1746).  
 
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Fiddians who went to Australia
Fiddians who went to Australia
Around 30 members of the Fiddian family have settled in Australia, the first in 1869 and the most recent in 2004. As much as 20% of the family now call Australia home. 
 
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Grandpa's Obituary.
Grandpa's Obituary.
A reflection on the life of Dr James Anthony Fiddian who died in 2010. 
 
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Jacques Serces
Jacques Serces
A Huguenot in England who helped other Huguenots like Antoinette Toureille escape France.  
 
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Journal of an American Journey, 1884
Journal of an American Journey, 1884
A Journal account of a tour of America by Ella Louise Fiddian, with her husband Judge James Paull Fiddian on their honeymoon in 1884, from 6th October to 11th November. 
 
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Journal of Nicholas Assheton
Journal of Nicholas Assheton
A detailed record of his life in 1617-8 as a country Gentleman. 
 
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Moulton Methodist Ministers and More
Moulton Methodist Ministers and More
There have been 10 ministers in the Moulton family so far and many more in the extended family, but others have made their mark in different ways. 
 
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Moulton of Tonga
Moulton of Tonga
A memoir of the Rev Dr James Egan Moulton II by his son James Egan Moulton III.  
 
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Obituary - Dr James Victor Fiddian, MD
Obituary - Dr James Victor Fiddian, MD
 
 
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Observations on a letter addressed by Mr Charles Fiddian
Observations on a letter addressed by Mr Charles Fiddian
A Clerk to the Commissioners of the Birmingham Street Act, William Haines gives a critique of Charles' letter. 
 
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Ode to Antipodean Fiddians
Ode to Antipodean Fiddians
A limerick telling the true origin of many of our Australian cousins. 
 
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Origins of the Brooksbank Family
Origins of the Brooksbank Family
13th and 14th century Brooksbanks in the West Riding of Yorkshire.  
 
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Origins of the Peperell Family - A View
Origins of the Peperell Family - A View
From 20th century London back to 15th century Devon, then back to William the Conqueror, and finally Welsh nobility back to Brutus of Troy
in 835 BC.  
 
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Origins of the Prater Family - A View
Origins of the Prater Family - A View
From William Prater in 1060 we can trace the family forward to today and back to Brutus of Troy in 835 BC.  
 
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Other Branches of the Assheton Family
Other Branches of the Assheton Family
More details about other members of this amazing family including a branch in Pennsylvania and several first-class cricketers.  
 
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Our Brooksbank Family History
Our Brooksbank Family History
A look at our branch of this large family from 1240 to the 20th century. 
 
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Our Family Saga (Fiddian Family History - Primarily for the Ancestors of Dr James Anthony Fiddian and his wife Audrey Jacqueline Roberts)
Our Family Saga (Fiddian Family History - Primarily for the Ancestors of Dr James Anthony Fiddian and his wife Audrey Jacqueline Roberts)
Starting with the Fiddian family story we then explore our remaining family pedigree and several connected families back as far as Tudor times. After a number of Fiddian miscellany we finally delve into the Medieval Period to find our early ancestors in the Midlands who came from Normandy and before that…… 
 
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Our Leaford Family History
Our Leaford Family History
From the Cambridgeshire Fens in 1625 we trace the family for over 250 years before Thomas Leaford moved to Essex in 1884.  
 
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Our Roberts Family History
Our Roberts Family History
First found in Herefordshire in 1505, but in 1727 James Roberts is found in Lancashire then the yeoman family finally settle in the West Riding of Yorkshire and become doctors. 
 
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Our Smith Family History
Our Smith Family History
Starting in Leicestershire in 1530, the family moved to London in 1698 and remained there into the 20th century. 
 
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Our Splendid Family Pedigree
Our Splendid Family Pedigree
 
 
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Our White Family History
Our White Family History
From 1515 until about 1825 the family were in Norfolk, then moved to Cambridge and from 1900 settled in Fulbourn. 
 
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Poem by James Hope Fiddian Moulton
Poem by James Hope Fiddian Moulton
Written in India in 1917, shortly before his death. 
 
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Pott's Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster
Pott's Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster
An account of the trials of notable Lancashire witches in 1612 written by the Clerk to the Lancaster Assizes.  
 
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Pte Frank Fiddian
Pte Frank Fiddian
Newspaper cutting 
 
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Regional Phonetic Derivations of the Name vivian
Regional Phonetic Derivations of the Name vivian
There are at least 5 different regions in England where the given name Vivian was taken as a surname. Over time the name has developed into quite different and distinctive forms in these various regions, producing the surnames we find today. 
 
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Relatives Who Gave Their Lives in WW1 and WW2
Relatives Who Gave Their Lives in WW1 and WW2
Fiddian, Brooksbank, Moulton, Vasey and Corrie casualties. 
 
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Religion in the Extended Family
Religion in the Extended Family
A review of the 45 members of our extended family who have been ordained and any inferences that can be gleaned. 
 

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