Richard...I am not a Kingman, but I live in Kingman.... Arizona that is. My ancestors came England and settle in Eastham, Mass. in the 1630's before moving on to the Waltham, Maine area where they were neighbors to a number of families with the name Kingman. In fact, a man by the name of Eben Kingman wrote a history of the area around Waltham, Maine. Our town of Kingman, Arizona was named after Lewis Kingman, a railroad surveyor and trailblazer. There is also a Kingman, Kansas. A number of Lewis Kingman's American relatives have visited our town over the years. Are you related to the Kingman's who settled in the Waltham, Maine area? Let me know if I can help you in any way...I have done considerable research on my Cook, Jordan and Haslam lines all of which have English origins. I am also a direct descendant of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620. There are millions of Americans who can trace their ancestry to this line so I am not unique...Nice chatting with you...Regards, Charles Cook, Kingman, Arizona.