Walne Surname Study Posts
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The Preston Herald reported on 16 June, 1917, that Private H Walne L.N.L (Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) had been wounded. “Pte Herbert Walne, L.N.L, whose parents
Daniel Walne, of Pulham and Brockdish, was a regular face at the local Petty Sessions – both as plaintiff and complainant. On 31 May, 1867,
The British Farmers Red Cross Fund usually raised money through agricultural sales, with profits going towards various schemes – such as providing ambulances – and
On May 16, 1867, John Walne of Lenham, Kent, married Emily ‘fourth daughter of the late Mr James Hatch, of Chegworth, Ulcomb (sic)’. Rev. P
From the Framlingham Weekly News, 28 April, 1917: The death announced in our last issue of 2nd-Lieut. H.G.Walne, second son of Mr and Mrs Walne, Kettleburgh
The Preston Herald reported the election of a large number of new guardians for Clitheroe Union on 13 April, 1867. Among them was one William Walne,
A meeting of the Hoxne Association was advertised to take place on 11 April, 1817. The Association was a private prosecution association – the idea
Horace George Walne was killed instantly by a shell during the Battle of Arras on 11 April, 1917. He was one of three men of
Mr Alfred Septimus Walne and a little ‘flirting’. From the Western Daily Press (22 February 1867, Page 3): The biennial ball given by the bachelors of
In 1911, eleven individuals appeared on their schedule as ‘Warnes Walne’, the others I read as ‘Walne’, although the transcription varies wildly. Were all of
In the interests of surname research, only those men and women born Walnes and still being so in 1911 are in included in this graphic.
How many of the 262 (for now – already one down on my previous post!) Walnes in the 1911 census were Walnes by marriage? 59
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