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I have checked my records and the parents of Mabel Elizabeth are Frederick
Saunders Lakeman & Amy Louisa (nee Barker) who were married in Ceylon on 14
August 1884-this information is from the birth certificate of Eric Allan
Lakeman who was born 31 Dec 1890 in Scotland. I have not had a chance to
follow this information up.
I trust this is of a little assistance to you.
If I come across any other information re your family I will let you know.
Susan A Atkins
SCOTCHMER & LAKEMAN ONE NAME STUDIES
GUILD OF ONE NAME STUDIES # 1961
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Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 01:01
Subject: [LAKEMAN] Lakeman Research Interests
> Seeking ancestors of my paternal grandmother Mabel Elizabeth LAKEMAN
> (married name ARMSTRONG) born 26 March 1902, died St Andrews, Fife 1980
> Parents: Frederick Sanders LAKEMAN and Amy Louisa LAKEMAN - residence at
> Elsternwick, Lenzie, Dumbartonshire, Scotland.
> One of nine children, brothers Harold Leslie LAKEMAN, died 22 August 1918
> and Arthur Frederick LAKEMAN, died 5th August 1918, both killed in action,
> and sisters Mary (died 1984), Helen and Ethel LAKEMAN (died around 1983)
> Spouse surnames ARMSTRONG, SUTHERLAND
> Ewan Armstrong
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Seeking ancestors of my paternal grandmother Mabel Elizabeth LAKEMAN
(married name ARMSTRONG) born 26 March 1902, died St Andrews, Fife 1980
Parents: Frederick Sanders LAKEMAN and Amy Louisa LAKEMAN - residence at
Elsternwick, Lenzie, Dumbartonshire, Scotland.
One of nine children, brothers Harold Leslie LAKEMAN, died 22 August 1918
and Arthur Frederick LAKEMAN, died 5th August 1918, both killed in action,
and sisters Mary (died 1984), Helen and Ethel LAKEMAN (died around 1983)
Spouse surnames ARMSTRONG, SUTHERLAND
I am researching THOMAS LAKE who landed in Wolborough/Newton Abbott/Newton Bushell/Highweek area of Devon in the late 1700s. I believe he came from Buckland Monachorum/Launceton area of Devon, and was THOMAS LAKEMAN. On the Bradstone land tax assessment for 1788 to 1794 his family was occupying Arthur Kelly's mill.
BAKER, BRIDGEMAN, HALL Surrey,HANING Mids,THATCHER Sussex,WINCOAT Kent
CAPES, COOK, FAWN, LEAFE,PITTS,SCRIMSHAW,SHERIFF, Lincs
C**MBE,D*WNING,HO*RE,LAKE,ROCK,S*RCOMBE Newton Abbott, Exeter, Devon
ADAMS,BASTARD, BOWMAN, BROOKE/BROCKE, CAUSE/CAWSE, CHAMBREN, COLLINS/COWLING/COLLINGE, CORNISH, DEARING,ELLIS,FERRES, FROST, HAYMAN,MARTYN, QUINTE,RHODES,ROPER,SMITH, SQUIRE, WEEKES,WILLIAMS WYATT Plymton, Yealmpton, Brixton, Modbury, Harberton areas of Devon
ARCHER, BAYLEY, BOWDEN, BRUSEY, BURT, COLEMAN, COMEN, COWCH, DICKER, DOWLING, DOWNING, FORD, LASKEY, LASCOMBE, LEERE, MAGER, MA(I)N, MILLER, NORTHWAY, POTTER, RADMORE, ROWELL, SELLACKE, SOPER, STOKEY, TAPLEY, TAYLOR, WILLCOCKS Ilsington, Lustleigh areas in Devon
CROSS, FROST, HUTCHINGS, KNOWSLEY. SPEAR Moreton Hampstead area of Devon
At 11:31 AM 2/11/01 -0700, <bribling(a)mail.datasys.net> wrote:
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>Here is an early NY will, note the spelling here is LAKERMAN:
>Page 340.--In the name of God, Amen. "I, JANNETIE LAKERMAN, of New York,
>widow of Peter Lakerman, bolter, and heretofore the widow of Evert
>Wessells, cooper." Whereas I have paid to the children of Evert Wessells
>their full portion with a good overplus of their father's estate,
>according to an agreement made by him, I leave to my son in law, Jacob
>Bratt, baker, and Nicholas Eyres, brewer, the husband of my grand
>daughter, Grietie, daughter of my daughter, Gertie Splinter, deceased, all
>my estate, real and personal, In trust to sell the same within 12 months,
>and the proceeds are to be divided into three parts, 1/3 to my five grand
>children, the children of my son Wessell Everts, deceased, viz., Evert,
>Lucas, Nicholas, Johanes and Catharine; 1/3 to my grand daughter Grietie
>Eyres; and 1/3 to my grand children Susannah, Janettie, Evert, Barent, and
>Nicholas Bratt, the children of my daughter Affie, deceased, by my son in
>law Jacob Bratt. If my grand son, Evert Wessells, makes !
>any pretence as heir at law, and seems not well satisfied with the
>division he shall be cut off from his share. I make Jacob Bratt and
>Nicholas Eyres executors.
>Dated June 20, 1726. Witnesses, William Walling, David Le Tellier, Henry
>Wileman. Proved, September 29, 1726.
>Page 123.--JAMES LAKERMAN, New York, Ship Carpenter, to my wife Abigail,
>all my estate after my just debts and funeral expences are paid; I appoint
>my wife executrix.
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