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grrl , from New Zealand, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 2007. is researching the following names: WYND, WARNEFORD, BRIDGEMAN and 19 other(s).

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I am researching both my parents and grandparents trees. Also my childrens fathers sides as well. On my MATERNAL side names include Anderson, Brown, Constable, Fraser, Glenday, Keith, Carr/Kerr, Hackney,Innes, Ogilvie/Ogilvy, Robertson, Sanders, Wheelan, Wynd, from Scotland. Wynd are also in Canada and New Zealand and known to be in Australia.
On my PATERNAL side there is Ambrose, Bridgeman/Bridgman, from Ireland. Warneford Worldwide. Wallace, Wilson
Then there is my Maori whakapapa, name is Edwards, Rangimakere/Rakimakere, Tamati/Thomas from Ngai Tahu/Kai Tahu iwi (tribe)
On my childrens side there is Baker, Baldwin, Battison, Burnett, Brown, Brown/Edgecombe, Cowland, Devanney/Devaney etc, Elliot, Elliott, Ellison, Fullilove, Gotbed, Graham, Gregory, Harris, Hulet/Hulot/Uylett,Hewlett/Hewllet, Hunt, Hyne, Ironmonger, Langdon, Lyons, Martin, Matthews, Narramore, Rendell, Simmonds, Vince, Warner, Webber, Willmoth, Wood

WARNEFORD NAMES
Ashendon, Atherton, Attayate/Yate, Bendry, Benwell, Blakiston, Bowes, Bridgeman, Browne, Constable, Conway, Conyers, Cornell, Crabtree, Cresswell, Crutchfield, Dutton, Eure, Fulthorpe, Goodricke, Greystoke, Hanmer, Hasard, Hyde, Lobley, Lovingcott, Lydiard, Hastings, Marshall, Nevil, Ockold, Penford, Prince, Reinolds, Rogers, Stainforth, Staniford, Taylor, Thorpe, Warneford, Weadley, Wessington, and many others especially between 100 A.D (some are before this time)- 1800's


COUNTRIES RESEARCHING
Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland,

NOTABLE NAMES - On the WARNEFORD side
Bowes, Constable, Eure, Hastings, Plantaganet, and a few more

ABOUT ME
I have three children and four grandchildren. I have been doing my research for over 30 years now and only been using a computer for research in the last 10 years. I have gained a lot of ground since doing that.
As well as genealogy being my most favourite pastime I am also studying Te Reo which is learning my native language. Unfortunatly even though I am part Maori I never learnt my history or language. So it is never to late to learn.