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the Appleby one-name study and DNA project

the Appleby one-name study and DNA project

Surnames covered in our DNA project:



plus any other variants


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The current banner shows Alnwick Castle, in Northumberland - a county in the far north east of England, bordering Scotland.  This region is home to a number of Appleby lines - and our DNA project has confirmed genetic connections between several of these, which also match lines in Canada, USA and Ireland.

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Richard Appleby carpenter of St Pancras, London

Richard Appleby, carpenter of St Pancras - unfortunately, the only census in which Richard appears is 1841 - at which point he was aged 42 years, born in the county, a carpenter, married to Ann and living in Scalesbury Place in St Pancras.  He had died by the time of the 1851 census, so I don't know where to search for his birth.  


If he is in YOUR family tree, I should be most grateful if you can tell me more about his origins.

Name index for the family of Richard Appleby

Appleby, Ada (Abt 1865- ),

Appleby, Alice (Abt 1894- ),

Appleby, Ann (1827- ),

Appleby, Ann (1839- ),

Appleby, Annie (Abt 1879- ),

Appleby, Annie Dorothy (Abt 1902- ),

Appleby, Charlotte (Abt 1839- ),

Appleby, Charlotte (Abt 1855- ),

Appleby, Charlotte Jane (1847- ),

Appleby, Elizabeth (Eliza) (Abt 1837- ),

Appleby, Elizabeth Emma (1890-Bef 1891),

Appleby, Elizabeth Sarah (Betsey) (1849- ),

Appleby, Florence (Abt 1888- ),

Appleby, Harriet Ellen (1891- ),

Appleby, Henry George (1895- ),

Appleby, Horace Samuel (1861- ),

Appleby, James (1842- ),

Appleby, James (Abt 1871- ),

Appleby, James William (Abt 1904- ),

Appleby, Joseph (1819-Aft 1851),

Appleby, Maria (1831-Bef 1841),

Appleby, Marian Ruth (1899- ),

Appleby, Martha (1840- ),

Appleby, Martha (Abt 1873- ),

Appleby, Mary Ann (1845- ),

Appleby, Mary Ann Elizabeth (1895- ),

Appleby, Maud (1901- ),

Appleby, Richard (1841- ),

Appleby, Richard (1898- ),

Appleby, Richard (Abt 1799-Bef 1851),

Appleby, Richard (Abt 1819-Bef 1881),

Appleby, Richard (Abt 1853- ),

Appleby, Richard (Abt 1869- ),

Appleby, Richard Samuel (1894-Bef 1901),

Appleby, Rose (Abt 1892- ),

Appleby, Samuel James (1897-Bef 1901),

Appleby, Sarah (1825- ),

Appleby, Susan (Polly) (Abt 1888- ),

Appleby, Walter (Abt 1867-Aft 1901),

Appleby, William (Abt 1858- ),

Appleby, William (Abt 1890- ),

Barber, Edward,

Bartlett, Ellen,

Bartlett, Richard,

Buckell, Robert,

Buckland, Martha (Abt 1821- ),

Cuttell, Elizabeth Emily (Abt 1860- ),

Davison, Georgina,

Hamilton, Mary (Abt 1839- ),

Henderson, Janet (Abt 1816- ),

Lyons, Caroline,

Lyons, John J,

Peckham, Ann (Abt 1795-Aft 1871),

Porter, Eliza Ann,

Templeman, Harriet Rebecca (Abt 1869- ),

Warne, Mary Ann Elizabeth,

st pancras church 1815

"St. Pancras Church, Middlesex" copper engraved print published in The Beauties of England and Wales, 1815. Recent hand colouring


Source: Ancestry Images

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