Last name: Enticknap
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Roger Enticknap Posted 13th August 2012 Hi Just messing about with name and came across your post. Roy did research before he died and was in contact with my father. He sent a copy of the family tree he had drawn up. MY grandparents were Edward and Edith and yours I think Frederick and Elizabeth' I have a sister Ann and I think I remember Angela when I was young. I think the family lived in Hounslow. or near London Airport My family lived in Luton, as I still do.
I have a sister Katherine Enticknap and a brother Michael Enticknap. My mother is Julie Enticknap and her father is Richard Enticknap. My grandfather grew up in England, and his wife is Judith. they have 2 kids, Sara and Stephen Enticknap. My moms uncles are named Matt Enticknap and Robin Enticknap, and thats all I know :)
This might be really crazy but I'm looking for my grandad as my dad never met him but he is called Richard Enticknap! and was born and raised in surrey uk there is no relation is there?
HELLO ...MY IMMEDIATE FAMILY CONSISTS OF , ANGELA,PAUL,ROGER,CLIVE,ROY,CAROL CHILDREN OF , ALBERT EDWARD ENTICKNAP ,MARRIED FLORENCE GERTRUDE ROBINSON . WE ALL LIVED WALTON.ON.THAMES SURREY .FATHER ORIGINALY FROM HAMMERSMITH BROTHER FRED ... WE HAVE VISITED CHIDDINGFOLD .. CHURCH RECORDS V.INTERESTING.. AS WERE GRAVES AND MEMORIALS ( CONTAINS ENTICKNAP CRIPT)
It's a while since I looked at this particular site - over 2 years I think. James Enticknap was my 6 x Gt Grandfather and interesting to see your entry Wendy. Of all the various direct lines I'm exploring, the Enticknaps are the most challenging and by far outnumber the amount of other family members I have in the Hunts, Eagles, and Barnes. There are Enticknaps from Chiddingfold but I have not really been able to establish a connection with those from Dunsfold. My mother use to take me to Dunsfold when I was a youngster and point out various cottages where family members once lived. Just wished I wrote things down at the time but at least I've now made a couple of trips to St Mary's and All Saint's and started to record things.
I am researching my family tree and I have an Enticknap branch. My Great Grandmother was Maria Enticknap and she lived in Reading. I know that going back most of the men were blacksmiths. I would like to know more about your roots Jenny, we just might be related.
My branch of the Enticknaps came from around Lurgashall. My great great grandfather John, was a blacksmith in Brook, Surrey and his son Daniel carried on the trade in Cranleigh. My grandmother Edith was one of his children and she married and moved to Wimbledon. I hope this helps.
I also have Enticnaps in my family tree. We have managed to go back to James Enticknap born 1730 in Hascombe, Surrey. He married Elizabeth Borer and they had John Enticknap in 1753 also in Hascombe. He married Mary Mills of Cranleigh and they had children, John 1784, Mary born 1785 and Elizabeth born 1791. John married Charlotte Denyer and they had 8 children, one of which was James Enticknap born 1816. He married Harriett Short born 1817 and they had 12 children!! Well the list goes on a bit more until it gets to me.
When a Mr. Enticknap helped out with the gardening when I was young, my immediate family lived in Nottinghamshire. After discussing ancestry with him one day, my mother returned to the house elated, announcing that she had known his family and brothers in Norfolk where she grew up - Norfolk being where her family and many ancestors came from. She went to the same school as him. She said that his family originally came over from France when fleeing Huguenots (French Protestants) emigrated to Britain in the 16th and 17th century. Could France be the original root of the tree?