One of the many “loose ends” in the history of the Lin(d)field families is in the form of Robert Linfield, who died in London in 1685. His will is one of a large number of documents in the Whitmore Collection, a microfilm copy of which is available at the Society of Genealogists in London. (Ref. 1) Continue reading
Welcome to the first issue of LONGSHOT – the official newsletter of LONG, the LIN(D)FIELD ONE NAME GROUP. This new family history society was inaugurated at a meeting held on February 15th 1992 at the Birch Hotel in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. Continue reading
Longshot Vol 1, No. 1
Robert Linfield of Barnards Inn, by Alan Lindfield
My Early Researches, by Eric Linfield
Lost Emigrants, by Alan Lindfield
The St. Catherine’s Index Project
Getting Started – Part 1, by Alan Lindfield
John Lindfield of West Blatchington, by Mrs. F. Rosemary Milton
Family History from old Newspapers – Part 1, by Malcolm Linfield
Book reviews, by Alan Lindfield
Of Blacksmiths and Bicycles, by Bob Gold
What’s In a Name?, by Mrs Mary Offer
Where there’s a will….
Front cover: John Lindfield, standing in the doorway of his bicycle shop in Bagshot, Surrey. See the article by Bob Gold.