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Re: James Flindall 1770,s
Posted by: Sue Slingsby Date: February 13, 2002 at 12:59:35
In Reply to: James Flindall 1770,s by Gerald William Flindall of 24


I was interested to see your name spelt 'all' instead of 'ell'. My mother's maiden name was Flindall and she tells me that years ago there was some kind of big family row and one branch separated and the two parties then spelt the surname differently so as not to be associated with oneanother!

My mother's family lived in Walthamstow, East London. Her father was Alfred Flindall, a book binder. His father, Alfred Stephen Flindall was also in the printing/book binding profession, and his father before him. My great, great grandfather was Joshua Stephen Flindall and lived in the Bethnal Green area - any relationships here?

Sue Slingsby

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