|Message||My GG Grandmother was Christiana Matilda Huddleston, born about 1822. She married Alfred Nash 21 Aug 1845 at St Swithin's, Lincolnshire. The couple with 4 boys, Alfred Osborn(1846-1904), William Huddleston(1847-1909), Patrick Drummond(1851-1920), & Arthur Henry(1852-1923) came to South Australia in Jan 1853 on the barque "Mayflower".|
Christiana's father was William Huddleston of Northfleet, Kent and her mother was Easter Drummond.
Looking to share any information, photos etc about this Huddleston line.
Adelaide, South Australia
|Message||further to my last entry....|
My greatx5 Grandparents were:
Adam Huddleston/Huddlestone dob:March 27/1834
Roseina Barnes dob: June 1841
They were married: June 1859 in Leicestershire, England.
I think Adam had a brother who also moved to Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada named:
Thomas Huddleston/Huddlestone dob: ??
Being a adoptee it is difficult to research because I have no one to "check and balance" my research with. If anyone can assist me in determining Adam and Roseina's ancestors I would be very++ grateful.
Thank you in advance.
|Message||Adoptee researching birth family, including Adam and Roseina Huddlestone who were born/married in Leicestershire, England, and immigrated to Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada.|
|Message||trying to find the parents of John Huddleston born 1963 in england. His sond was Daniel who located to virginia|
|Message||Hi I will be back soon with more info regarding my family tree.|
My Y-DNA indicates that my male line is Huddleston. My paternal great grandfather was named Hamilton from near Banbridge in Co Down. Somewhere in my past(and another Hamilton that I know) there has been a non-paternal event. Perhaps an adoption, a remarriage with a change of name for the children or some other reason. I will probably never know but if any Huddleston lad disappears from your family tree and might have become renamed a Hamilton then please keep me in mind.
|Message||I am trying to find information about RICHARD HUDDLESTON b.1796, possibly Lancashire, England and his wife SARAH WASHINGTON b.1795. They were part of the Neaves Party who emmigrated to South Africa in what was known as the 1820 Settlers to Albany, Cape Province. He was an artisan and had three children born in England.|
|Message||Trying to,make a definitive connection between Robert Huddleston of Spotsylvania County, Virginia and his ancestors who immigrated to America.|
I am coming to England this summer (2013) to visit Huddleston sites in Millom and Sawston
|Message||I am looking for family of Bishop Trevor Huddleston who was born around 1904 and died in 1998.|
|Message||I have inherited a family tree of my mother's family - EDMONDSON - who originated in the lake district. According to the tree, a Thomas Edmondson ( Born1719 & Died 1759) married a Jane Hodson whose father, N. Hodson had married a Huddlestone of Hutton John - she had an estate at Greystoke Gill.|
If anyone can amplify this comment I would be very grateful.