Romany Routes

Journal of the Romany & Traveller Family History Society
Volume 5

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 8 - Sep 2002
Principal Contents
Led a Merry Dance - Frank Bayford
Aspects of Jack Cooper -
Jim Beaney
Gipsies at St Giles Fair -
Stephanie Jenkins
Intermarriage Between the Rawlings, Ayres, Soper,
   Rampton and Harris Families -
Sid Barker
A Familiar Sight in the Early 20th Century -
Glyn Hatherall
From Notes and Queries -
Sharon Floate
Revelry and Quarrelling at the Llawnt -
John Andrews
A Memory of Francis Hindes Groom
Web Window
From Parish Registers
From the Census
New Books

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 7 - Jun 2002
Principal Contents
Chairman's Report
Jacob Gottheimer -
Kevin Scrivens
Charles Smith - Mayor of Castle Point
The Banjo Player -
Glyn Hatherall
Charles Dickens -
John Pateman
The Fairground at Fleet, Hampshire -
Phyl Ralton
'Gipsies Piece' - a first step towards creating a directory
   of Gypsy place-names -
Sharon Floate
Travellers in Wakefield Prison 1851 -
Robert Dawson
Seven Steps to Glory - Private Pateman Goes to War
 -
John Pateman
Web Window
From Parish Registers
From the Census
New Books

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 6 - Mar 2002
Principal Contents
The Ripleys - Barbara Walsh
Captain Swing -
John Pateman
From the Pages of World's Fair -
Paul Newman
The Hollands -
Miss L C Hartley
From Parish Registers
Concern for Mrs Conolly -
Johnny Rolfe
A Gypsy Wedding at Pool -
Sharon Floate
Death of a Travelling Showman -
Phyl Ralton
Baptisms by Itinerant Ministesr -
Janet Keet-Black
Picture Gallery
From the Census
Society of Genealogists Refurbishes its Library
Favourite Gypsy Church Threatened with Move
Web Window
Romanichal Gypsies - Bitchedi Pawdel to Australia
  -
Ruth MacDonald
A Romany at White Lee
The Name Golden -
Robert Dawson
Surnames in this issue
Allen, Ayres, Balding, Beadle, Bennett, Berriman, Black, Booth, Boss, Bostins, Boswell, Bowers, Buckley, Butler, Carroll, Carter, Coneley, Conners, Conolly, Cooper, Davis, Deach, Devlin, Doe, Draper, Egan, Elliott, Emmett, Essex, Evans, Finney, Flanigan, Frampton, Frankham, Franklin, Freeman, Gaskin, Goodwin, Gratton, Gray, Green, Gregory, Hall, Hammond, Harvey, Hattom, Hawkins, Hays, Hearn, Henry, Hering, Heron, Hill, Hills, Hodson, Holland, Hope, Hudson, Hughes, Huntley, Isaacs, Jackson, James, Jenkins, John, Jones, Keet, King, Lavell, Lee, Lester, Light, Lock, Long, Loveridge, Lyons, MacFarland, Maguire, Manley, Marks, Mayne, McCabe, Miller, Mundy, Nail, Newland, Orchard, Owen, Packman, Pale, Palmer, Parnell, Penfold, Phipps, Price, Richards, Ripley, Roberts, Robinson, Rolfe, Ruffell, Sandford, Saunders, Scarrott, Shaw, Sherlock, Sherred, Sherwood, Simons, Slater, Smith, Spencer, Springham, Squire, Stanley, Taylor, Welding, Wells, Wheeldon, White, Willett

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 5 - Dec 2001
Principal Contents
Ball and Eva Families - S J Ball
Jack "boxing booth" Scarrott -
Glyn Hatherall
Travellers in the Armed Forces
From Parish Registers
The Hearn Families - Part 2 -
Joan Moore
A Postcard from Dora Yates -
James Hayward
Web Window
Dorene Tretheway - a Profile -
Zillah Williams
From the Pages of World's Fair -
Paul Newman
Remembering my Dear Much-loved Aunt Ina
  -
Jean Matthews
The Gypsiologists' Bookshelf -
Sharon Floate
Hampshire Sweeps: an Update with Particular Reference
  to the Rawlings Family -
Sid Barker
A Little Wanderer Christened
Memories of the Smith Family -
Gillian F Capon-Browning
Don't Disregard Local Newspapers -
Linda Hayward
Surnames in this issue
Askin, Ayres, Ball, Barton, Bassett, Beaney, Berry, Blewitt, Boss, Boswell, Bowden, Boyling, Broadhurst, Buckland, Bull, Butler, Chilcott, Child, Constant, Drake, Draper, Eva, Ewbank, Font, Fossett, French, Gordevoy, Gray, Green, Gritt, Haley, Hancock, Hastings, Hearn, Heron, Holder, Hughes, Humpheys, Hunt, Huxley, Jubb, Langdon, Lavender, Lee, Lovell, Loveridge, Miles, Miller, Mitchell, Munday, North, Oakley, Orchard, Painter, Pearman, Penfold, Perfitt, Price, Rampton, Ransley, Rawlings, Reed, Ripley, Roberts, Russell, Sanger, Scamp, Scarrott, Scot, Sherriff, Slender, Smith, Soper, Stokes, Stoor, Swann, Taylor, Trigger, Turner, Webb, Wiber, Wildespin(e), Willett, Williams, Willis, Willoughby, Witney, Wombwell, Young

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 4 - Sep 2001 (sold out)
Principal Contents
Latest on the 1901 Census
The Chimney Sweeps of New Alresford -
Jan Penney
From Parish Registers
Gypsy Names from Pugilists -
Bob Dawson
Gypsies of the Borders -
Jose Thomas
The Obituary of Bert Wallser -
Carolyn Prola
From the Census
The Hearn Families - Part 1 -
Joan Moore
Talbot Village - Parish Register Extracts -
Sue Day
Lovell One Name Study -
Marion B Harper
The First Bitchedi Pawdel - Transportation to the Americas
  - Part 4 -
Robert Dawson
From the Pages of World's Fair -
Paul Newman
No Tinkers or Saylors for Soldiers
Fracas at the Fair -
John E Andrews
New Books -
Sharon Floate
Web Window
Travellers in the Armed Forces -
Janet Keet-Black
Surnames in this issue
Alston, Ashcroft, Bagnale, Baillie, Baines, Baker, Baker, Barnes, Barney, Barraclough, Beal, Bentley, Bibby, Biddall, Black, Blan, Blythe, Bolt, Boss, Boswell, Braddick, Brogden, Brown, Bryant, Buckland, Bull, Burton, Butcher, Calver, Camfield, Canning, Carew, Carter, Chaffey, Chilton, Clubb, Codona, Cole, Coneley, Cooper, Cunningham, Diaper, Doe, Dorey, Douglas, Ducket, Faa, Farrar, Frampton, Freeman, Frost, Goodman, Gottheimer, Gray, Gregory, Grett/Gritt, Guthrie, Hanneford, Harris, Hatton, Hays, Hayward, Hearn, Hearn, Heathcote, Heron, Hooper, Hughes, Illingworth, Jeffs, Johnson, Jones, Keet, Knock, Lee, Lever, Light, Linney, Long, Lovell, Loveridge, Lynclis, Manders, Manges, Mannings, Marks, Martin, Mayne, McCoy, Meere, Middlebrook, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Mundy, Naylor, Newsome, Ohmy, Orchard, Othen, Palmer, Palmer, Paulo/Pauls?, Penfold, Pengelly, Perrot, Phillips, Picken, Pickett, Pidgley, Powell, Pullen, Ratcliffe, Raynor, Ridley, Sanger, Sapple, Scott, Sedgwick, Sharpe, Shaw, Shaw, Shearing, Sherwood, Shoesmith, Silverwood, Simons, Smith, Snead, Sorwell, Stanley, Steed, Stoppord, Taylor, Taylor, Teale, Testo, Townend, Turner, Vincent, Walker, Wallser, Wenborn, White, Williams, Wilson, Witney, Wood, Yorkston, Young

Plus the following bare-knuckle fighters (not all Travellers): Bartholomew, Belcher, Burke, Burks, Francis, Gamble, Grant, Gregson, Gully, Jackson, Looney, Mace, Mendoza, Paddock, Randall, Sampson, Sayers, Slack, Thompson, Ward, Warr, Welsh

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 3 - Jun 2001 (sold out)
Principal Contents
Conference 2001
Chairman's Report
Gipsy Hawkins -
Robert Dawson
News from the Gypsy Collections, Liverpool
Hampshire Sweeps -
Sid Barker
This and That from the Daily Mail -
Evan Davis
From the Pages of World's Fair -
Paul Newman
The Gypsiologists' Bookshelf -
Sharon Floate
Itinerant Farm Workers in the Yorkshire Dales -
Ann Hartley
Which Penfolds? -
Ian Orchard
Flower Sellers of Leytonstone -
L Taylor
New Books
The First Bitchedi Pawdel - Transportation to the Americas
  -
Robert Dawson
The Gypsy Ball -
Sharon Floate
Web Window
Surnames in this issue
Anderson, Ayres, Ball, Barker, Barnett, Black, Blackman, Blackwell, Boswell, Boten, Buckland, Buckler, Bucklow, Bull, Burton, Cameron, Chilcott, Clarke, Collins, Coneley, Cook, Cooper, Dale, Derby, Doe, Farnham, Frankham, Freeman, Gess, Giles, Goodwin, Gray, Green, Gritt, Haines, Harris, Hawkins, Hearn, Hedges, Heron, Humphreys, Hunt, Huntefield, James, Johns, Jones, Keet, Lee, Lovell, Loveridge, Matthews, Maxton, North, Orchard, Penfold, Peters, Pidgley, Pinfall, Pitchley, Powell, Rampton, Rawlings/Rollings, Roberts, Rodda, Rolfe, Rosseter, Ruffell, Scamp, Shaw, Sherriff, Smith, Soper, Stanley, Styles, Taylor, Thompson, Watcham, Weaver, Webb, Westerbottom, White, Wood, Young
 

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 2 - Mar 2001 (sold out)
Principal Contents
A Lucky Find - Robert Dawson
No Horse Drawn Caravans in Botany Bay! -
Jennifer Holman
The Gypsiologists' Bookshelf -
Sharon Floate
The First Bitchedi Pawdel - Transportation to the Americas
  -
Robert Dawson
Searching the 1881 Census CDs by Occupation
  -
Alan McGowan
New Books - Sharon Floate
The Town had a Ball! -
John Andrews
Joe Who? - More Questions Answered About Joe Beckett
  - Geoff Boyce
A Beckett Tree
Jack and Mizelli Hiscox -
Tony Howard
Travelling Families in Plumstead of Recent and Distant
  Memory -
Jenny Nix
John Loveridge's Bit of Say -
Christine Clarke
Sir Alfred Munnings and the Grays -
Ann Hartley
From the Pages of World's Fair -
Paul Newman
The National Burial Index for England and Wales
Diss Fair Ground Travellers -
from a letter to Jean Potter
Searching the Public Record Office Catalogue
  -
Alan McGowan
Web Window
Surnames in this issue
Adlam, Baillie, Baker, Barker, Batt, Beaney, Beckett, Birch, Black, Boswell, Boyce, Briggs, Brinkley, Brown, Buckland, Bultler, Butcher, Carrot, Charlesworth, Chilcott, Christmas, Colgate, Colliney, Coneley, Cooper, Cottle, David, Death, Dennis, Dighton/Deighton, Diss, Dixon, Draper, Duckett, Eastwood, Edwards, Faw, Ferguson, Fletcher, Fosset, Frankham, Fuller, Gabriel, Gaskin, Gatehouse, Gerrish, Giles, Gillham, Gray, Gregory, Grey, Hall, Harbour, Harding, Harris, Hatton, Hinchley, Hiscox/Hiscock, Hope, Hopkins, Howard, Jackson, James, James, Key, Kirk, Kirle, Koos, Lee, Leitch, Lock, Loker, Long, Lovell, Loveridge, Lunnur?, McIlpherson, Newman, Newman, Orchard, Page, Pannell, Parker, Pounds, Price, Ransley, Reynolds, Robertson, Rollings, Sanderson, Sanger, Scamp, Scarrot, Shaw, Small, Smith, Spencer, Stanley, Stone, Thurstone, Walton, Welles, Wheeler, White, Wilson, Wood, Young
 

Romany Routes - Volume 5 No 1 - Dec 2000 (sold out)
Principal Contents
New Books
Gypsies and Other Travellers in Kent - 1952
- Jim Beaney
Sir Geraint Evans (1922-1992) -
Glyn Hatherall
From Sussex Parish Registers -
Emrys Jones
My Ancestors at Hampton Wick in the 1861 and 1871    Census Returns - Kerry Hawkins
Victorian London/Hertfordshire Gleanings
Marriage -
Ian Orchard
The First Bitchedi Pawdel - Transportation to the Americas
  -
Robert Dawson
The Gypsiologists' Bookshelf -
Sharon Floate
The Overseers' Account Books of Stoke Lyne, Oxfordshire
  - Pat Loveridge
Joe When and Where? - Questions Answered About Joe
  Beckett - Geoff Boyce
'
El Pele' - The Gypsy Saint (Cerefino Jiminez Malla)
  - Marilyn Jones
Machine Breaker - from Alma Bacon
Name the Carrots! - Robert Dawson
Miscellany - Eileen R Harding
Surnames in this issue
Adams, Anderson, Armsworth, Arnold, Ayres, Beaney, Beckett, Birch, Black, Blackman, Booth, Boswell, Bowers, Braddock, Brazil, Brinkley, Brown, Buckland, Bunce, Burr, Butler, Carrot, Carter, Castle, Castro, Chandler, Chapman, Char?, Clarke, Clear?, Coates, Colman, Connor, Conolly, Cood, Cook, Cooper, Copper, Dalton, Darkins, Darling, Day, Deadman, Dean, Dell, Denison, Diton, Doherty, Doran, Draper, Dyton, Eastwood, Elliott, Ewse, Eylett, Fielding, Finney, Frankham, French, Frenchman, Friend, Gardiner, Gaskin, Gentle, Gess, Gilbert, Ginnett, Green, Gritt, Hall, Hannaford, Harris, Hatch, Hawkes, Head, Hearne, Hedges, Hilden, Hill, Hilton, Horam, Horrick, Howard, Hughes, Hurley, Inns, James, Jess, Jiminez, Johnson, Kelly, Kemp, King, Larking, Law, Lawrence, Leak, Lee, Lewis, Light, Liverton, Lock, Love, Lovell, Loveridge, Mackenzie, Macklin, Malla, Mallett, Manning, Matthews, Mayne, Mills, Morrison, Newland, Newman, Nicholson, Orchard, Osborne, Othen, Page, Parker, Penfold, Phillips, Pickett, Potter, Price, Quentin, Rapley, Rawlings, Ripley, Roberts, Rowland, Saunders, Scamp, Shaw, Shephard, Sherlock, Sherriff, Shevlin, Small, Smith, Spinks, Stewart, Stratton, Terry, Thompson, Tobutt, Tugby, Turner, Twin, Tyler, Upton, Warner, Webb, White, Wiggins, Wilkins, Wilson, Wood, Wright, Young.

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