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Well done Ancestry

Discussion in 'Search tips - discussion' started by Bob Spiers, Jan 4, 2015.

  1. emjay

    emjay LostCousins Member

    Tim, when I saw your screenshot : "James Tomlinson" of Freckleton,Lancs. At a glance, I read it as "James Titterington". This is probably because I have Titterington ancestors from Newton with Scales,Lancs. and Freckleton has cropped up as a place name in my searches.

    Also the name Tomlinson seems familiar; must have a look, they may well have crossed paths:)
     
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2015
  2. Tim

    Tim Moderator Staff Member

    That would be good Emjay, I'm always on the look out for new Lost Cousins ;)
     
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  3. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    No Titterington at the back - this is supposed to be a serious discussion.
     
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  4. Tim

    Tim Moderator Staff Member

    Lol :D
     
  5. emjay

    emjay LostCousins Member

    Ah! Sir Laughalot
     
  6. Heather

    Heather LostCousins Member

    Time for some new glasses emjay ? :D Oh no not the new glasses debate again !!! :cool:

    There was a girl at school in Darwen Lancashire named Anne Titterington and I think she came from somewhere near Bolton. Thought you might like to know that !!o_O
     
  7. emjay

    emjay LostCousins Member

    I think it was the familiar look of the 'ancestors profile' (Ancestry), although dislexia could be the answer? I misread a first aid tip today as: 'cover the bum with cling film', not a lot use for a burn unless that is the affected area;)
     
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  8. Heather

    Heather LostCousins Member

    Quite honestly I cannot for the life of me think of an answer to that :rolleyes: come on Tim surely you can think of something o_O
     
  9. Bob Spiers

    Bob Spiers LostCousins Star

    Cheeky;) and a bit of a burn deal:rolleyes:
     
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  10. Tim

    Tim Moderator Staff Member

    Me? I just turned the other cheek :)
     
  11. JohnHR

    JohnHR New Member

    I have a direct connection between Tomlinson and Titterington my mother's side of the family.
    My 2xGreat Aunt Ann Tomlinson (1839-1929) married John Babb (1832-1880).
    Their daughter Elizabeth Ann Babb (1862-1931), married Francis James Chapman (1860-1932).
    Their daughter Florence Chapman (1884-1968) married Edward Gilman Titterington (1878-1961).
    Perhaps you are also physic Peter?
     
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  12. emjay

    emjay LostCousins Member

    JohnHR, I'll have a look at my tree later.
     
  13. emjay

    emjay LostCousins Member

    My Titteringtons are from the Kirkham, Fylde area
     

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