The Babbs of Lincolnshire, England

ian-henry-babbIt’s Thursday, so this must be Lincolnshire, England. As I trod along the path laid out by Ian Babb, I come to Lincolnshire, which is a county along the east coast of England and neighbors Leicestershire and is not far from Staffordshire and is also a part of the region known as the East Midlands. It lies roughly 100 miles (160 km) directly north of London.

Next up is the great town of London, which has lots of people who have migrated from other parts of the country. So this might be my last post for a few days while I get my head around their 7 Pedigrees. After that comes Somerset (home to one of the oldest Pedigrees on the island), Staffordshire, West Midlands & finally the great county of Devon (home to almost half of all the Pedigrees).

As for Lincolnshire. It is home to a single Pedigree from the town of Great Grimsby, which is also known as Grimsby. It is a large coastal town and seaport on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary (Where the Tide meets the stream). There are few if any male Babb descendants of this lineage. But there could be a number of females.

Follow the link below to review the Descendants of this line:

Enjoy!

 

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