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Re: English Britnells & Family Name
Posted by: JoMae Brintnall-Smith Date: November 03, 2000 at 20:13:46
In Reply to: English Britnells & Family Name by Bob Britnell (UK) of 123

My name is spelled differently, however I have found that there are several variations of the spelling and possibly we could be decendents from the same family.
My 7xG-Grandfather, Thomas Brintnall, ca1630/1642, unknown place of birth however it is believed to be in England, married Ester ?, b1640, Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. The marriage was in 1664, unknown where.
I have several decendants from England. Willard, Rice, Stevens, Dunster, Prescott.

The Brintnalls decending from Thomas are in the thousands.

Thomas immigrated to MA, USA, as well as my other ancestors. We know probably populate most of the 50 states. The Brintnall name is very uncommon and if we meet, we will end up being related somehow.

Have you heard of this spelling in England?

Thank you for any information on the Britnell/Brintnall connection you may find.


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