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British deaths in Ringkobing

British deaths in Ringkobing

Posted: 12 Aug 2009 12:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
There is suggestion that some of my ancestors ended their days in Denmark
Can anyone help me with this ?

The infomation I have is
Samuel Needham b.1857 No DOD
Sarah Alice Needham b.1886 [M. John W Rudd] No DOD
Martha Hewson b.1827 [m.Joseph Needham] DOD 21 Mar 1898
[Mother of Samuel]

Thomas Urey b.1832 DOD 1881
Alice Dutton b.1831[m.Thomas Urey] No DOD
Sarah Ann Urey b.1860 [m.James Rudd] DOD 1901
James Rudd b.1858 No DOD

I have no idea what the link to Ringobing was
The family had been mostly employed in the Lancashire Cotton Industry

Thanks to all
Brian Eastwood

Re: British deaths in Ringkobing

Posted: 6 May 2010 10:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello,

I too have this query as my great grandad x 5 William Bramhall born in Yorkshire in around 1720 died date unknown
in Ringkobing.

I'd love to know the connection.

Bye for now

Paula

Re: British deaths in Ringkobing

Posted: 7 May 2010 3:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Paula
Thanks for contact
I have no further info on the Ringkobing connection except to say that I have eliminated two names Thomas Urey 1832 and spouse Alice Dutton 1831.
Can I suggest that you google for 'Surname Ringkoping'
There are some links to brit names, so there may be
be some sort of info/connect that might help you.

Yours is the first contact since I posted in August 2009, so its nice to see that the message boards can be useful.

I will mail you if I make any sort of progress with the Ringkoping mystery.

Best Regards
Brian Eastwood

Re: British deaths in Ringkøbing

Posted: 8 May 2010 5:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
This is a different Paula, chiming in on this. I must have missed seeing your message the first time you posted it. Do you think that all of those folks moved to Denmark permanently? I'm not sure how familiar you are with Denmark, but Rinkøbing is the name of both a city and a county. How do you know that they went to Ringkøbing? Or is that a guess? There is no national death index or even a county index. If I were you, I'd join the Denmark Rootsweb list and ask there. Some of the native Danes might know of resources for finding folks from other countries that I don't know about. (I'm the list owner). More info here:
http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/intl/DNK/DENMARK.ht...

Re: British deaths in Ringkøbing

Posted: 8 May 2010 6:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello different Paula

Thanks for response
Cant remember right now, how I got to a Ringkobing link
Need to track back om that one.
Probably a solid link at the time, hence the message...
Thanks for suggestions, I will follow that in due course'
[So much to do - so little time ...]

Regards
Brian

Re: British deaths in Ringkøbing

Posted: 8 May 2010 6:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yeah, I'm finding out how hard it is to go back to old research. If you can figure out more, join the list because some of the people there are extremely knowledgeable.

Re: British deaths in Ringkøbing

Posted: 8 May 2010 6:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Paula
I find that nothing moves forever / Zilch progress, then Whoosh, a flood of info.
Just got back from a month in USA so will be a little while before I properly re-connect with Anything

Regards
Brian

Re: British deaths in Ringkobing

Posted: 16 Aug 2012 10:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am trying to find out why my ancestor John West Buckle bn Long Crendon, UK in 1688 died in ringkobing 5/10/1776 - 88 yrs old. How did he get there from UK - of poor lineage,was he there for another reason, decided to stay and married, ending his days there. any information greatly appreciated

Re: British deaths in Ringkobing

Posted: 18 Aug 2012 1:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Do you know what parish he died in? Perhaps we can trace him.

Cheers,
Paul
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