RE: Windibank (#9965)
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Upper Wield Hampshire 1600's
74 The Lane, Blackheath Park, London SE3 9 SL England. Can someone please let me know if this is a good address for her and reply to my e-mail email@example.com I appreciate it.
Lourdes :: 26 Jul :: 2008 :: Comment / reply
firstname.lastname@example.org :: 4 Mar :: 2006 :: Comment / reply
email@example.com :: 15 Feb :: 2006 :: Comment / reply
Stephanie Windebank :: 19 Oct :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
firstname.lastname@example.org :: 14 Feb :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
9 Jun :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
Judyn Matthewman :: 25 Jul :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
i was passed this info by susan knight and has been checked via the wield parish records.
the following is in susans own words:
Note: There are two Elizabeth Windebanks in Wield of about the same age during the same time period. One is the daughter of Nicholas and the other the daughter of Thomas, both sons of Nicholas and his wife Elizabeth. The Wield Manor Court Books for 1740-1859 provide a key in identifying which is which. When the court was convened on October 27,1800 (page 169), the following item was listed:
At this court before the Steward and in the presence of the Homage> Samuel Giles and Elizabeth his wife which said Elizabeth is eldest daughter and heir of Nicholas Windebank deceased surrendered into the hands of the Lord of the said Manor (she the said Elizabeth being first solely and secretly examined) one Messuage and one little parcel of land to the same belonging and adjoining on the west part thereof in West Wield to the use and behalf>of William Giles and his Heir according to the custom of the said Manor"(Hampshire Record Office item 112M97/2 pages 175-176.
Per the above that as Elizabeth Giles (nee Windebank) is the daughter of Nicholas then this Elizabeth Windebank, who married Richard Knight, must be the daughter of Thomas.
anon :: 28 Jan :: 2007 :: Comment / reply
Would like to share info,
Sharon Bunter :: 25 Apr :: 2006 :: Comment / reply
my uncle is researching our familly tree, He has discovered a Mary Kate Windibank (who I believe is my great. great grandmother) spooky as I was named Katherine Mary Windibank long before my parents were aware of this.
I can pass your details on to him if you can provide me a contact email.
Kate Windibank :: 4 Jan :: 2008 :: Comment / reply
Good luck to your uncle, hope he finds a family fortune!
4 Jan :: 2008 :: Comment / reply
My great grand father was James Joseph and thence back. All from Liphook, Hampshire. They were the village blacksmiths of Liphook
I can go back as far as Simon Windibank, son was Richard Windibank
John Windibank :: 8 Apr :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
My grandfather was also a blacksmith from Liphook, Larkfield,Broadbridge Heath. Hersham,
Elizabeth :: 23 Oct :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
Diane Södermalm/nee Windibank :: 16 Aug :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
Alice Nissen :: 12 Feb :: 2006 :: Comment / reply
Our connection with that name is where Caroline Clarke married John Windebank, in the 1800s... we also have Harriet Ann Cole marrying Stephen Windebank, though we have gaps in this area though.
13 Feb :: 2006 :: Comment / reply
I would be delighted to hear from you. My email: email@example.com.
I live in Sturry, a few miles from Canterbury, Kent.
Judyn Matthewman (Windibank) :: 26 Jul :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
I too am looking for a windebank connection
richard windebank abt 1828 cosham,portsmouth who married ann hobbs abt 1852 in portsmouth
and had children
ann windebank b1855 who married alban stark in 1873 portsmouth.
richard windebank abt 1857
william windebank abt 1860
all from portsmouth hampshire
any help with this line would be great
D rodgers :: 27 Apr :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
and anns father was thomas hobbs, they married 1st novembe 1846. if anyone has a match please contact me as hitting brickwall.
d rodgers :: 25 Jul :: 2008 :: Comment / reply
hi my 7 greatgrand father was nicholas windebank born about 1679. he was married to an elizabeth. thhi my 7 greatgrand father was nicholas windebank born about 1679. he was married to an elizabeth. they had a son nicholas christened acording to the wield parish reg's 4th feb 1705 .he married a sarah neller. thier daughter elizabeth 15th may 1738 married a richard knight. they had a james 13 oct 1776 he in turn had a james 20 oct 1814 who had a charlotte 27 jun 1841 she married a james westbrook feb 1841 their son arthur 1871 left wield and settled in croydon where my grand mother was born. do you know any thing about these windebanks please most especially nicholas 1679?
29 Jul :: 2004 :: Comment / reply
Goodbye!! :: 5 Mar :: 2013 :: Comment / reply
My line goes down from Nicholas to Thomas, Thomas, Thomas James,Jonathan,Edith the latter being my maternal Grandmother.May be able to fill in around this if you're interested.Seachangewight@aol.com
3 Nov :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
i have looked at the parish records in winchester and they are not very clear but they did look more like neller .also i have found a christening record for a sarah neller dated 12 may 1717 in wield.
i would be very interested in your info for thomas downwards (i have no info for his son ecept his christening)
anon (judy) :: 23 Dec :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
christopher jary :: 16 Apr :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
i already know about alice ,and have an extensive tree.arthur also named a child after alice just a year before the birth of her son arthur would love to hear from you.
9 Jun :: 2005 :: Comment / reply
I have some info on Windebanks in the Wield area which came from someone in Canada, but they do not connect with our Windebanks.
bazzer :: 13 Oct :: 2003 :: Comment / reply
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