GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

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GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 26 Jul 2021, 12:17

Hi im interested in finding out about my ancestors who lived in the areas of Moulton, Spalding, Cowbit Lincolnshire, from the 1700's they are the Grounds family i have a few professional
pictures taken by kingslynn photos of some family members i have no clue who they are as there are no names on the back i would really appreciate it, if anyone knows of the family? And could tell me anything about them or who has any pictures news article ect....?
Im not sure if i can up load the pictures? Maybe someone would recognise them ??
Many thanks in advance

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby EWW » 26 Jul 2021, 12:27

Hello Rae. I have moved your post into the correct family history section for you. Just follow the instructions on how to post pictutes in the
help section. It is really easy and just like adding an attachment to an email. Very easy to do and hope we can come up with some answers
for you. Good luck and welcome to the forum.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 26 Jul 2021, 12:46

Hi
Thanks i have no glue what i am doing never used a forum before so sorry if i make a few errors, many thanks i will give it a go and hopefully someone may recognise them or know about the family.

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby EWW » 26 Jul 2021, 13:12

No worries Rae. It does not matter if you make a few mistakes as we all have done over time. When you do post a picture it may turn out as a link
and the picture can only be seen my clicking on the link. All that means is that the picture is a large file outside our perameters. Do not worry as we
will change the file so the picture appears on the forum. Take your time and we look foreward to seeing your family members.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 17 Aug 2021, 08:41

Hello, I have tried to attach the photos again I hope it works this time.

Hi
These photos belonged to my nan who sadly is no longer with us.
These pictures i belive are of the Grounds family who lived in the area many years ago, does anyone recognise them or know of them or have any information on them as there are no names on the back of these pictures.

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby EWW » 17 Aug 2021, 10:06

Hello RaeRae. Cannot help with identification but picture 2 is a dead ringer for a bit younger version of my grandfather.
You posted the pictures perfectly but picture 3 was in twice so I have removed that and split them up so they can be
viewed easier. Hope somebody else will come up with an answer for you.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 16 Oct 2021, 14:37

Hello again
Ive noticed no one seems to recognise the pictures i posted up, would it help if an old address of where they lived many years ago from the census? Maybe someone will remember the family from the address's ???

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby desira37 » 18 Oct 2021, 16:04

Some of us like to search and will help with a bit more info.
Address might help and also what work he did.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby KTL16825 » 18 Oct 2021, 18:50

Ground family in the 1901 census of Wiggenhall St. Mary Magdalen.

In the 1921 electoral register Frances Fanny, Harry, Harriet & William Ground were living at Moulton House in the same village.

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 19 Oct 2021, 21:33

Hi
Thanks very much for your replies
This is my family in the census my great grandfather is John William Reginald Ground birth 1875-1965

His father was William Grounds birth 1839 who Married Fanny Susan Turnball birth 1840 who were also born in the area of Moulton now im wondering are they apart of her family? The Turnbull's or are they the Grounds?
It could be either side? Im really not sure.
The Turnbull's were a family of 8 6 children from what i can see from the census.

If anyone knows of the familys or recognise the pictures that will be great so i could put a name to their faces.


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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby EWW » 20 Oct 2021, 08:41

The census above shows four ground children and Turnbull would be a lodger. Or am I reading it wrong? If they were Turnbulls they would be below her name on the form.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 20 Oct 2021, 09:04

Oh did i read it wrong oops apologies i was tired while looking .
Are either families known in the area??

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby Tresagreen » 20 Oct 2021, 09:39

Think she means are the photos Turnbulls or Grounds EW. The Turnbull on the census ( Susannah) is Fannys sister.
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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 20 Oct 2021, 09:42

Hello again
I just had another look i can see what your saying from the census posted above these messages, wife's sister.
These are definitely my Grounds family.
On my family tree i am building, i have 6 children on the Turnbull side their parents are
Frances collings 1813-1898
Married
John Turnbul 1807-1885
They had 6 children
Fanny Turnbull 1840 my 2nd great grandmother
Susanna 1842-1929
John 1846
Jane 1848
Robert 1849
Joseph 1853
On the 1851 Cenus

Im sorry if i confused things

I hope this helps

So 2 family names Ground and Turnbull living in the area around these times.
Would be great if anyone recognises the pictures and can put a name to the person in the picture or if anyone has any stories or information on the families would be much appreciated.

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Re: GROUND FAMILY - KINGSL

Postby RaeRae17 » 20 Oct 2021, 09:44

Yes thats exactly what i mean.
Again sorry for the confusion



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