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This section is a placeholder for information about the Stepney surname. Surname information is crowd-sourced; the Geni community would be grateful if you helped update this page with information about the Stepney surname. Share some things about the Stepney name. Some sources have identified him as the William Bassett baptized Octo , in Stepney, Kent. While this identification is possible, no DNA evidence has been found to link Bassetts in Plymouth to Kentish Bassetts.
stepney definition: 1. an extra wheel for a car that is available to use when you need it 2. an extra wheel for a car. Learn more. Home / Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives / Collections / User Guides / Jewish Ancestry Guide Jewish Ancestry Guide. Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives is situated in Bancroft Road, Mile End, E1. It was established here shortly after the London Borough of Tower Hamlets was created in , when the former boroughs of Bethnal Green, Poplar and Stepney were amalgamated.
The Boston Transcript newspaper (or Boston Evening Transcript) is sometimes cited as a source of genealogical information about New England families. For a long time, I wondered about that. Eventually I noted some entries I wanted to see, and accessed it on microfilm at the Boston Public Library and more recently, online. The Boston Transcript. Stepney Parish, miles northeast of the city centre of London, is in the Tower division of the hundred of Ossultone, "2½ miles east of London, comprising the hamlets of Mile-End New Town, Mile-End Old Town, and Ratcliff called in various ancient records Stebunhithe and Stebenhythe, occurs in Domesday-book under the name Stibenhede anciently included the hamlets of Stratford le Bow.
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By Margaret Catharn he had no children ; but liis second wife, iMary, daughter of William Philipps, of Picton, bore him two daughters and three sons. Of the latter the rhyme- ster thus siutJ's: 8 So77ie Notices of the Stepney Family.
STEPNEY, GEORGE (–), poet and envoy, descended from the Stepneys of Prendergast in Pembrokeshire, was the son of George Stepney, groom of the chamber to Charles II, and grandson of Sir Thomas Stepney, knt., cupbearer to Charles I, by his wife, Mary, eldest daughter and coheiress of Sir Bernard Whetstone, knt., of Woodford, Essex.
There may have been a link between Bernard of Stepney and the later Bernard or Barnard family. SALOMON OF STEPNEY witnessed charters of the bishop of London in × and of the abbot of Westminster in ×and the bishop's confirmation to Ralph the clerk in ×and paid a relief of 10s.
in the bishopric in –8. Nevill family of Llanelli, photographs [late 19th century]- Stepney Collection"The Stepney family were established at Prendergast, Pembrokeshire, from early in the second half of the sixteenth century.
Stepney, also known as Stepney Green, is a district in the East End of London in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets that grew out of a merging of both a medieval village around St Dunstan's church and a 15th-century ribbon development of Mile End Road called Stepney Green.
The district is not officially defined, and is usually used to refer to Country: England. Sussex had the highest population of Stepney families in Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the Stepney surname lived.
Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations. InSt Albans lawyer Alban Stepney married into the family of Richard Davies, Bishop of St David's. On 31 December the bishop appointed him receiver-general of the diocese of St David's, and he also served as its registrar.
From this point he and his descendants built up the Welsh branch of the Stepney family, and their associated ectural style: Italianate. Welcome to the digital edition of Notices of the AMS.
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Stepney is a name that was carried to England in the great wave of migration from Normandy following the Norman Conquest of The Stepney family lived in Pembrokeshire which is derived from the Old English word Stybbanhyp, meaning the dweller by the landing place.
Early Origins of the Stepney family. The surname Stepney was first found in Pembrokeshire at Prendergast.
The respective shares which the new parishes (taken out of Stepney) were to receive of this benefaction, were settled by a decree in Chancery in Mrs. Sarah Pritchard, ingave 5s. per annum each, to 10 poor maids, or widows, of the parish of Stepney.
Some. A list of the Macclesfield letters is to be found in the Report of the Hist. MSS. Commission, No. i., app. For an account of Stepney's family and circumstances, see R. Harrison, Some Notices of the Stepney Family (), pp. The Stepney Family Tree.
It is quite possible that someone else has already performed work on a Stepney family tree, so be sure to examine some of the sources listed below carefully. Have you struck a Stepney brick wall. Read "Newspapers Can Be A Treasure Trove Of Genealogical Details" for some.
Shashikant Parekh, who has died aged 82 of Covid, was a local hero to the community in Stepney, east London. He served and supported our only pharmacy, Medichem, on White Horse Lane for the.
"Livin' Large" follows the adventures of the hilarious, fun-loving, and self-accepting members of the Stepney family as they pursue their dreams and navigate a world designed for thinner people.
Save on each episode with a TV Season Pass.5/5(2). Media in category "Stepney family" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. Catherine Meriel Cowell-Stepney (Miss Alcyone Stepney) (–), 1, × 2,; KB.
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Career. During the mid s Charles Stepney and Marshall Born: MaChicago, Illinois, United States. Sir John Stepney Cowell-Stepney, 1st Baronet, KH was a British soldier, landowner and politician. He was the elder of the two sons of General Andrew Cowell, originally of Coleshill, Buckinghamshire, and his wife Maria Justina, youngest daughter of Sir Thomas Stepney, 7th baronet of Prendergast, Pembrokeshire, and Llanelly House, Carmarthenshire.
He was known as Stepney Cowell until he. Index to selected England burials. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality. This collection conta, records. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records.
A few records may be earlier or later. "England Deaths and Burials, ". VAUGHAN, RICHARD, second Earl of Carbery (?–), was the eldest son of John Vaughan, first earl, of Golden Grove, Carmarthenshire, by .This church is of some antiquity, as appears from Hugh de Fulbourn, being its rector in It was originally a chapel of ease to the parish of Stepney, and is supposed to have received its epithet white, from the colour of its walls.
The ancient name of this church was St Mary Matfel, which signifies a woman recently delivered of a son.Buy Alex Stepney First Edition by Stepney, Alex (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).