1 edition of Saunderson family of Little Addington found in the catalog.
Saunderson family of Little Addington
Reprinted from Northamptonshire notes and queries, parts IV and VI, 1884-85.
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THE SAUNDERSON FAMILY OF LITTLE ADDINGTON, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Author Author Not Stated Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good/No Jacket Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher The Dryden Press, Taylor & Son Place of Publication Castle Street, Northampton, UK Date published KeywordsBook Edition: First Edition.
of Little Addington. 'THIS ancient Northamptonshire family, seated for / over three centuries at LittleAddington Mansion and at Moulton Manor House, disappeared from the county at the death of Thomas Saunderson, vicar of Little Addington, in It seems within the special province of "N.N.&Q."to put on record some account of a family so long settled within the county.
The Samuel Saunderson who testified about his relationship to the Little Addington branch was a son of Henry of Hedleyhope, county Durham and was buried at Lanchester in  Lawrence Saunderson matriculated as a sizar at Trinity College, Cambridge at Easter and was ordained deacon at London on 20 May aged of Little Addington.
'THIS ancient Northamptonshire family, seated for / over three centuries at LittleAddington Mansion and at MoultonManor House, disappeared from the county at the death of Thomas Saunderson, vicar of Little Addington, in It seems within the special province of "N.N.&Q."to put on record some account of a family so long settled within the county.
One of the buildings of old Sanderson Manor in Little Addington exists to this day - the Manor Farmhouse - someone put a swimming pool behind it. (Read The Saunderson Family of Little Addington.) Yorkshire, well to the north, was the only other region to then have a large, concentrated population of Sanderson family en: Sarah Darby, Joseph Sanderson, Mary Sanderson Penniman, Robert Sanderson, Il, Anne Abell.
Church of St Mary is a Grade I listed building Saunderson family of Little Addington book Little Addington, Northamptonshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of. The ancient roots of the Addington family name are in the Anglo-Saxon culture.
The name Addington comes from when the family lived in one of several places named Addington in the counties of Devon, Kent, Surrey, Northamptonshire, and manor in Addington in Surrey has an interesting story to tell.
"The manor is held by the singular tenure of making and presenting to the king. Because William Addington was the writer’s great, great grandfather, it is of his descendants that much of the subject matter of this history and genealogy is about.
Special space is given to his son, Charles Cromwell Addington, who lived to a late age, thus increasing the accessibility of information about this family—which, through two generations, children, and grandchildren, became Reviews: 1. related surnames: sanders () sanderson () sander () saunderson () sandor () saunder () sauder (97) zanders (77) sandow (65) senters (50).
WikiTree is a community of genealogists growing an increasingly-accurate collaborative family tree. History of the Addington family in United States and England [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, At some point during Robert's tenure as an apprentice (probably or ) he married a woman named LYDIA and started a family in London. There is a "Mr. Sanderson" in the Rent book for the parish of St Mary Abchurch, where he and Lydia christened children (T C Dale, 'St.
Mary Abchurch', from The Inhabitants of London in [London, ], pp. Juliana Anne Harriett Saunderson 31 Oct Castle Saunderson, Belturbet, County Cavan, Ireland - 16 Apr Joan Cassandra Saunderson - Jan Helena Norah Saunderson 08 Sep St Marylebone, London, United Kingdom - 24 Mar NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Little Addington, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place.
They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the. John Sanderson (/9-c) was a landowner who held extensive property in Northamptonshire.
Background and family. John Sanderson was christened at Swineshead, Huntingdonshire (now Bedfordshire) on 8 February /9, a son of Lawrence Sanderson, the rector of that parish, and his wife Joan.
Evidence suggests that his father was a close relative of John Sanderson, a noted academic. LITTLE ADDINGTON MAIN STREET SP97SE (South side) 5/97 Church of St. Mary 23/05/67 GV I north-east window and C19 glass to chancel east window and tower west window.
Monuments: 2 illegible brass tablets to Saunderson family in vestry, tablet datedabove, to Elizabeth Sanderson has flanking scrolls and arched cornice. 2 tablets, late.
The Saunderson family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Saunderson families were found in the UK in In there were Saunderson families living in Yorkshire. This was about 16% of all the recorded Saunderson's in the UK.
The Saunderson family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Saunderson families were found in the UK in In there were 62 Saunderson families living in Ontario.
This was about 36% of all the recorded Saunderson's in Canada. Ontario had the highest population of Saunderson families in Little Sankey Hall was the ancestral family seat, and the family were wealthy and influential landed gentry of the county of Lancashire, though the old manor was transferred to Cheshire in The family name is probably derived from the village of Sankey and the river of that name in the locality.
BOOKS. Books on the Family and Descendants of Henry and Sarah Addington. Addington, Volume II, U. and England, by Hugh M.
Addington, Franklin Printing Company, Kingsport, TN, (out of print, may sometimes be found at rare book dealers) [earliest book but contains several errors, view errata for this book]; The Crooked Trail, privately published by Lee Monroe Addington, Surprisingly, perhaps, an earlier Addington Abbott’s life followed a similar pattern to Aaron’s.
Giles Abbott of Little Addington was committed to gaol, on 17 th Novembercharged with stealing a ‘stirk heifer’ from Elizabeth Fortescue of Thurning. In February of the following year he was found guilty at the Assizes and sentenced.
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In these days of heading for the hills, this little hill ends at a nice flat grassy patch and a sandy stretch where you can sit .Dr. Anthony Addington () Born: 13th December Royal Physician Died: at Fringford, Oxfordshire.
Anthony Addington, the father of the 1st Viscount Sidmouth, was born on 13th December He was the youngest son of a Berkshire gentleman, the owner and occupier of a moderately sized estate at Twyford in that county, where the family had been settled for generations.