Here is a handy link to a brief history of Sizergh Castle and how it came into the Strickland family by way of Walter’s marriage to Elizabeth Deincourt though since 1950 the castle is administered by the National Trust. The Battle of Agincourt is also mentioned along with genealogy information. Those with an interest in Kendal Castle… Continue reading Of Kendal, Stricklands and Castles
Just a quick note to offer a good resource for those who haven’t heard of it and are researching their family roots, branches, and ties. If your US ancestry reaches across the sea to ye olde countrie, a visit to Tudor Place with its handy genealogy links may be in order. Wishing You Good Hunting!
Here is a video that may be useful if you’re searching for your genealogical roots and branches of your family tree especially if you’re registered with Ancestry.com and/or need to link your American ancestors with their countries of origin:
January 15, 2016: Jude Cowell here, setting up a new WordPress blog called stricklandsblog.wordpress.com in an effort to support my new Facebook page Strickland Genealogy where you’re invited to visit. (Note that there aren’t many articles there yet, but there is a lovely banner and a Welcome with more content arriving soon.) Naturally, Strickland and allied family… Continue reading Strickland Genealogy debuts!