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The Southern Knights--the ones who named all their kids "John" (haha)

Started by Dori Emerson Lloyd. Last reply by Dori Emerson Lloyd Jan 31, 2014. 1 Reply

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Comment by Dori Emerson Lloyd on April 28, 2013 at 3:09pm

Sounds like you are all still over the pond in the Motherland.  :-]  I'm one of the rebellious Americans...  My gg/grandmother is giving me fits over here.  She is a Knight, and I know which Knight family she comes from, but I don't know how she fits in--incomplete censuses, I suspect.  I'll start a discussion about it.  Good to know you!

Comment by Barbara Paulus-Marshall on June 1, 2010 at 7:55pm
I descend from Thomas KNIGHT and Susannah Jeffrey of Sussex, through their son Jesse Knight who married Maria LEMPRIERE, through their daugher Mary Ann KNIGHT who married Richard CONSTABLE 1843 in Hurspierpoint, Sussex.

Barb Marshall
Comment by Elizabeth Kipp nee Blake on May 31, 2010 at 7:30am
My KNIGHT family lived in Dorset with my closest ancestor being Samuel Knight who was born/baptized at Turnworth in 1828. His parents were Ellis Knight (b/b 1783 Winterborne Stickland) and Eleanor Knight (b/b 1786 Spetisbury). Ellis' parents were William Knight/Sarah Ellis and Eleanor's parents were John Knight/Ann Vincent. It is said that John and William were brothers and sons of William Knight/Mary Dashwood who married 9 Aug 1760 at St Peters, Shaftesbury. Any other descendants out there?
Comment by Bobby on October 24, 2009 at 5:52am
Some of my research is in Woodnesborough. My convict guy William Gambrill (Gambrell) stole from a John Dilnot in Woodnesborough. I did look through my tree and dont seem to have any surnames you have.

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