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This page is intended to give you links to other Kirkman researchers and useful web sites. Click the highlighted name below to access the link:
Stephen is a descendant of the London Musical Kirkmans, who arrived in England in
the 1730’s. Stephen no longer has a web-
Trevor has a large database (12,000 individuals) of Lancashire Kirkmans. Click his
name for e-
Brian doesn’t have a web site. He has a large Kirkman Marriage database, mainly but
not exclusively for Lancashire Kirkmans. You can access the database on this site.
If you have any query regarding that database, you can contact him by e-
Russ has a database of over 1500 Kirkmans, mainly USA, on his web site, which was mainly compiled in 1999.
This web site is useful if you are trying to find a living Kirkman relative, for
example a male cousin for a Y-
This takes you to the Guild’s web site where you can search for the surnames they currently are researching. A description of the Kirkman One Name Study is on this site here The site also contains access to over 1600 Kirkman records in the Kirkman Archive
This Kirkman message board is free to use once you have registered, as is this one Genealogy.com
This rapidly growing group shares Kirkman information.
This mailing list is not now frequently used, but you may find information posted in the past.
You have to register to use this site, and there is a subscription, but it is very
active with several Kirkman re-
You can find and then download certain UK Wills for a very reasonable price here. Very useful.
There is an Index to Lancashire Wills at this link, with more than 240,000 wills indexed to date.
This site is extremely useful to identify UK documents, some very old. Once you have found a document you want to see, you can order it from the archive source. Also very useful.
Once you get back before the time of Parish Registers, this index of old UK Manorial
Rolls and Tax documents is an invaluable search tool -
This web page has some useful information on these Kirkmans, one branch of which emigrated to Philadelphia, Pa. and later to Springfield, Summit County, Ohio. There is more information in the Midlands Nottinghamshire page.
This link takes you to a Kirkman Coats of Arms.
If you find a site which is particularly useful for your Kirkman research and think it should be added to this list, please let me know.
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