I realise it's been about 5 years since you posted your message, but I only just found it today!
I have been researching the Lindridge family for around 10 years, and my mission is to link all the Lindridge's in the world, as I believe we must all be related. I have done extensive research on the name and its origins, and would love to talk to someone with the same interest.
You may never receive this, only because it was such a long time ago that you posted your message, but if you do, I would love to hear from you.
I realise you might not see this but I'm living in hope. I'm intersested in the Lindridge family too, my Nan's maiden name was Lindridge and while I've had no problem finding family members I can't find anything about the name Lindridge. But it would be great to talk to someone who's got Lindridges in their line, we might even be related!!
Anyway feel free to get in touch if you see this
Sorry Lisa, forum rules do not allow posting of email addresses on open forum. Once you have made three posts, you can make contact through the Private message feature
Hi anyone who's still looking at researching the Lindridge line. My Lindridge's come from Kent.
It's made harder by different spellings, Lindridge, Lendredge, Lyndridge etc.
Does anyone have William Frederick born abt 1826 Hollingbourne and Elizabeth Wiles born 1831 Chiddingstone?
Personally I'm stuck at Williams' mother, Elizabeth born abt 1803 Goudhurst, who had him out of wedlock. I believe she took William to Northiam to have him baptised - probably due to the shame - before returning to Goudhurst/Hollingborne.
I'm a Lindridge, and I've recently been researching the particular line you've posted about. I'm also stuck at William. I have some pieces of information about him, but he's definitely elusive prior to the 1851 census.
Sometimes he says he's born in Northiam, other times in Hollingbourne.
This is just a brief e-mail, just to make contact, I'm working at the moment but later today I'll drag out my paperwork on him, and contact you again.
Great. I also have him in the 1851 census but can't find him in the 1841. I do have his mum Elizabeth and her husband in the 1841 census with - maybe - her father Thomas.
I'd send you my email address but I'm not sure how to do it in this forum so it's not made public.
Hi Ray, I have recently joined this group and have an Ann Lindridge (1761-1827 in my family tree. She married an Edward Burton Colville and her siblings were Thomas, Elizabeth, Edward and Mary. Her parents were Francis Lindridge and Anne Pearce.