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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in December, 2015
    of James and Janet died young He was also part of the Barton Steadman family if you believe JoB DNA evidence from two Steedman men one in Canada and one in New Zealand gives them different DNA from what we see for presumed Barton Steadman descendants Hopefully David will elaborate on that comment We have another DNA match to this family that I still have not been able to connect into this family and may come in from an earlier generation As you may deduce from the additions I am making to the UK Stedman etc genealogies my current interest is in fully documenting the UK Stedman families of the 19th and 20th centuries That way I can determine how many lines trail back to the 1700s where sorting out families is more difficult I want your help with your research especially into the Scottish families to try to make sense of what now seems to be a jumble Thanks for reading john Posted by John Lisle at 4 15 pm Major Update to UK Stedman Steadman Steedman Genealogy News No Responses Dec 11 2015 Tweet My much delayed UK Stedman Steadman Steedman genealogies was just been updated Almost 6000 new names have been added since the last update At least as many existing individuals have been updated I am continuing to assure that more of the members of the Stedman DNA project are included I still have several more especially more recent members to include in this extended family tree I have added a large number of Scottish Steedmans etc I know this just barely scratches the surface and several of the family links are considered by me to be somewhat tentative I hope to get more comments and updates in the upcoming months about Scottish families As part of the Scot effort I added hundreds of Scot Steedmans who went to New Zealand I am looking for feedback on these families as I still have a number of loose ends I have also done a lot of work on other Stedmans and Steadmans in bother New Zealand and Australia I have been continuing to try to sort our the Stedman etc families who lived in Birmingham and Manchester regions These folks turn out to be very difficult and a lot of existing on line trees are just plain wrong I have added several more Stedman etc families who migrated to Canada in the 19th and early 20th century from UK and Ireland This is still a work in progress I have done a couple more of my given name studies that is where I look for everyone with a certain given name as part of their given name The most extensive was for the given name Leonard I have identified almost 100 Stedman etc men in the UK with Leonard as part of their given name For most I have traced their origins to an existing family or to an ancestor born before 1810 I have also tried

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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in July, 2015
    direct descendant of one of the Hall families closely allied with several New England Stedman families and many of his numerous cousins have married direct Stedman descendants most notably descendants of Isaac Stedman of Kent and Boston through the Stowell family Lastly to demonstrate that I am not working solely on non Stedman lines I recently did a lot more work on the Sullivan County Tennessee Steadman family My focus on this family for the near term is to be to document the descendants Although a lot of new records are available this is still a family that is very difficult to work but I have many descendants in my contact list My colleague in the UK on the Stedman DNA project Dave Stedman and I have started to get DNA evidence that strongly suggests that this family are descendants of one of the Stedman families who came from Harper s Ferry West Virginia Our challenge is to correctly link this family with one of the Harper s Ferry ancestors and then figure out the lineage back to England where the DNA shows a not too ancient match to the DNA of one of the large Shropshire Stedman families Please remember that my study covers all variants of the spelling of the Stedman surname I still have maintenance work to do mostly in preparing virtual cemeteries and creating thumbnail image for the media but as a genealogy research site I think you will find it quite useful My site does provide a wealth of information about over 100 000 Stedmans and allied families However most of the information is provided to be evidence to validate my assertions of the family framework You should consider it your job to extract what I provide and create your own personal family history of your family with the confidence that I am trying to give you the best information I have of your ancestry That said I am not perfect I have corrected several lineages in this update both because of DNA evidence and because of new information that I have found or that you collectively have provided I do not think I will ever achieve my goal of fully documenting the 19th century and later Stedmans but we are working on it every day As most of you have given me updates and such recently please review the site for your own family to make sure that I have everything correct As usual I am not publishing details of living people so if you wish to review the data I have of living folks you will need to ask AND now that you see what I have please feel free to give me more updates Remember I try to collect the following information about each Stedman descendant Full Name and any nicknames Birth date and place and where appropriate death date and place burial location obituary marriage s date and place spouse s name and details BMD dates and places etc Spouse parents

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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in February, 2013
    married either Cyril Hill or David Philpott 14 Dorothy M Stedman b 1937 in Surrey to William Stedman and Doris White is not further resolved She could be the Dorothy M Stedman who married either Cyril Hill or David Philpott 15 Dorothy M Stedman married David J Philpott were married in 1954 in Lincolnshire I can identify no children She also could be Dorothy She could also be a widow or divorcee or another Dorothy M Stedman I cannot identify when she died or any details about David They might still be alive 16 Dorothy M Corke 1936 married Ivan George Stedman 1934 1993 in 1959 in Kent They had children born in 1965 and 1970 proving Corke as her maiden name She could be still living she died after 2006 or remarried 17 Dorothy M Hannah married John H Stedman in 1965 in Kent No identified children I was not able to identify who either Dorothy or John were After all of this I do have about 20 more Dorothy M Stedmans who are fully identified all of them are in the tree And I still have not solved what happened to Dorothy the daughter of Dr Thomas Bernard Stedman I have not decided what the reward will be for anyone who solves one of these puzzles john Posted by John Lisle at 7 39 pm February 2013 Updates are available General Interest News No Responses Feb 13 2013 Tweet Winter always seems to be a busy time for research and this year has been no exception We dodged the worst of the recent Nor easter no loss of power or internet We still have over a foot of snow on the ground I posted these updates now in case we are not so lucky with the next storm This update has small and medium additions and updates throughout the genealogies from readers who have sent me updates in addition to a few major projects I was contacted by a descendant from Vermont whose Stedman family is part of the large Ardingly Sevenoaks England Stedman family I was able to massively update the whole family of William Stedman and Sarah Ann Whiting of West Malling Kent England They had seven children 2 died young one moved to Guernsey one daughter married and moved to Rhode Island One of the sons George Stedman whom I had previously thought to have died young had a family that have now been traced for up to 5 generations in England Daughter Ellen died as a young mother one daughter removed to Guersney the other married and raised a large family in New Zealand Alfred was the last child and his father died when he was an infant He spent about 20 years in Guernsey before returning to England Two of his daughters married Larg brothers and moved to New York one of his sons moved to New Zealand several died young in Guernsey and one Alfred John Stedman married his uncle s widow

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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in December, 2012
    not found published previously at all It should be obvious to my regular readers and correspondents that I am intentionally focusing my research on the Stedman families from London area east and south Surrey Kent Sussex and Essex This seems to be a seminal area and if I can get these families well documented then I can move on to other counties one by one until I get all of the counties documented hopefully in my lifetime If you are descended from one of these families please get in touch as personal contact with family members makes the research more productive john Posted by John Lisle at 3 27 pm The Stedman Family Organization through John B Lisle is the Registrant with the Guild of One Name Studies London for the Stedman Surnames Genealogy People Search Last Name First Name Advanced Search Search Articles and Pages Pages About Family Trees Stedman DNA Stedman History Stedman Surname Stedman Scotland Barton History Barton Ballad Colonial American Stedmans Recent Posts Is this Rosa McKean Steedman The Steedmans of Scotland and Kinross Major Update to UK Stedman Steadman Steedman Genealogy Major New Update to Stedman Genealogies Dorothy M Stedman Recent Comments John Lisle on

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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in July, 2012
    you have sent in I have begin adding some Scottish content thanks to some great help from an excellent researcher in Scotland I will likely be adding some histories to the site dealing with Scottish families over the coming months If you have anything to add to this discussion this would be a good time to get in touch Between this Scottish researcher and David Stedman in Wales who works with me on the DNA project and is becoming fluent in the ancient family references it is very likely that the early history of the Stedmans in England and Scotland and the Bartons in Scotland will be seriously re written David is beginning to think that the history written in the John Stedman of Bath 1857 Memoir of the Barton and Stedman Families may not be very solid I am continuing to re work and extend the genealogy of the Stedman family that Mick Jagger is not part of This is an on going project to try to bring most of those lines to at least 1911 I have a new contact on a branch of this family that went to Australia who hopefully shall bring that line up to date Lilly Tennessee Steadman Parris 1845 1930 One of the largest projects that I have been involved with takes me back to the Spartanburg South Carolina Steadman family A contact connected me with the family line of Lilly Tennessee Steadman She was a daughter of Bryson Henry Steadman and his first wife Nancy Nelson She married William Henry Parris and had 14 children I have begun to document this family which has added so far hundreds of new members to this already large family I have images of the Bible pages and some photographs that will be catnip for the

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  • Stedman Family Organization Articles in June, 2012
    going on with his family there I had to prove that Gertrude Jessie Archer and Mary Ann Ensley Archer were related They were born so far apart that Mary Ann was married about the time Gertrude was born Then I had two great contacts in Australia locate the birth registration for Eva 1913 NSW births are not yet released on the web site but are available from some old CDs and other details of the family in Australia including evidence that at least part of the family had returned to England before Eva was married I stress when I am teaching genealogy techniques to find the names of spouse parents All too often when understanding a spouse s family you will learn about hidden cousins This example also teaches that family legends might have a grain of truth in them and when researching family legends it is important both to find the correct genealogy and to find out what might be the basis for the legend Let me give a shout out to Warwick Anderson and John Graham in Australia and Nick Stedman David Stedman and Carl Russ in the UK for their help with this analysis And help with other issues that I will report from time to time John Lisle Nashua New Hampshire Posted by John Lisle at 4 28 am All Stedman Genealogies Updated News 3 Responses Jun 07 2012 Tweet I have uploaded new genealogies for both the Stedman families of North America tree and the Stedman UK tree this evening I have updated numerous families in both groups including adding additional photos and documents In the UK families I have made a major addition of the Stedman Osborn family of Coldwaltham Sussex I have included much excellent work contributed by a family member in the UK including copies and some transcription of 18th century wills and other documents that prove this family s rather remarkable history I have also continued to fill in gaps in the extensive Ardingly Sussex Sevenoaks Rochester Kent family Several family lines have been added that had been missed previously especially among the descendants of Philip Stedman son of Nathaniel Stedman and Mary Parsons These updates are a work in progress as we are searching for some evidence in Kent that might link some lines that had been previously held as parts of different families As always more work has been done on some of the Harper s Ferry WV Steadman families with the discovery of a line that had not previously been connected An excellent researcher in Ohio provided some excellent and some times surprising documentation of that family line And more updates to the South Carolina Steadman families My wife and I spent some time in the Greenville SC library and the Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society library in Asheville in April and were able to find a wealth of new data that I will be a while in assimilating If you are travelling in that area both of

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