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Thomas Inkley White Born 1918 Langtoft, Lincs - Died 1992 Lincolnshire

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I'm looking for any children, grandchildren of Thomas Inkley White, he is the son of Fred White and Maria Steele. Fred is the son of Thomas Inkley White who is my great grandfather. Thomas's brother Charles is my grandfather. What I'm trying to find is where the name Inkley originates as it keeps cropping up, I had an uncle with Inkley as a middle name, my great grandfather, and also my great great grandfather who was named just Inkley White, I can't find Inkley's baptism but according to censuses he was born at North Thorpe or Northorpe but I have hit a brick wall, any help would be really appreciated.

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on 2013-01-11 05:29:22

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by Andrew37 on 2013-01-11 14:19:45

Hi,Jaden. I come originally from Lincoln and remember a shop called Inkley's (which is now closed). Anyway, Inkley is a Lincolnshire surname. In 1756 an Inkley White was born in Market Deeping, Lincs. His father is John White, and there are families of Inkleys in the same village throughout the 1700s, so I would bet John White married someone with the surname of Inkley (or, if he didn't, then his father did). If I discover anything else I will let you know. Andrew Wilson

by jaden on 2013-01-12 04:57:28

Hi Andrew32
Thankyou for the info,the Inkley White you mention I had found him born Market Deeping 1756, he married Alice Speed at Langtoft 1781 but had died by August 1872 at Langtoft, I was hoping he was a connection to my Inkley White born around 1807 but it doesn't appear that Alice and Inkley had a child (nothing I can find). If they had a child it could have been the connection between the two. I really need the baptism of Inkley born around 1807 at North Thorpe or Northorpe. I know he married 1834 at Stanground and is possibly buried there but as you know there is very little on line for Peterborough district. As a last resort I'll have to pay a visit to Huntingdon Record Office, but look forward to any more info you come across

Josie

by jaden on 2013-01-12 05:21:26

Sorry Inkley died 1782, fingers got mixed up

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