|The Wardell Lines|
||Descendents of [click for details]
||Francis Wardell, d. 15 March 1658/59 at Old Malton, Co. York, England
||Zachariah Wardell, was married to Ann Scarr July 3rd 1837, District of Rydale, Parish of Acklam in the county of York.
||James Wardell, born abt. 1784 at Westow. Subsequent generations: Kennythorpe, Huttons Ambo, Barton le Willows, Malton, Whitby, etc.
||Henry Wardell reported to have
come to Edinburgh round about 1880's from Norfolk, England
||Thomas Wardell born about 1683
||Wardwells of Lincolnshire came to Mass. in the early 1600s and until
the line left for other colonies around 1700 were Wardwell. The
Wardell spelling shows up in some documents during the 1700s, with
some still showing Wardwell for the same individual
||Christopher Wardell Buried: 28 Apr 1687, Saltfleetby St. Peter, Lincolnshire, England.
||Joseph Wardell, believed to have migrated from Lisburn, Ireland to Pickering, Ontario.
||Joseph Wardell, m. 21 Feb 1750 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, USA. and emigrated from the States to Ontario in Canada.
||John De Lange
||William Wardell b. about 1616 in Onecote, Staffordshire, England.
||Lemeul Wardell b. abt. 1819 in NY
||Thomas Wardell, d. 1644 Hampton, New Hampshire
||Edward Wardell who settled in Daleville, Pennsylvania, around 1819. Linked to Yorkshire line; see success story.
When they happen, please tell me. They'll be recorded here.
Pat Pat Boothby neé Wardell email@example.com wrote on
Mon, 7 Feb 2000:
hello I believe we are related I have just found your success story on Charles Wardells site. Edward was my Great Great Great Great Grandfather too!! Here I get a bit confused as My Edward (1758-1847) was married to
Ann Major (1769-1858) married at Burton Fleming 12th Jan 1789 emigrated 1819 . . .
Oh I have so many Questions!!!!
I only decided to start researching my family tree in January and it is
addictive. Have you got any Dates for Francis? all I have is that he was
married at Reighton on February 14th 1715 (romantic lot!!) to Mary Vickerman
b.1695. I think her parents were Thomas Vickerman and Elizabeth Thompson.
All these Wardells seem to have plenty of children My G.Grandfather was one
of Twenty Two!!!so it is so interesting.
Hope you have some info for me on the USA Wardells.
Pat Boothby nee Wardell
from Somerset England
Ted Baird firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on
Tue, 30 Mar 1999:
I came across your pages and was thrilled to find a direct link to your research. I live near Daleville Pennsylvania USA. Daleville was first settled by Edward Wardell around 1819. He came across the ocean with
David Dale---Davids son was the first postmaster-hence the towns name.
Edward was my Great Great Great Great Grandfather. He was married to
Elizabeth Major and came here as a 61 year old man with his two younger
children ---several older children remained in England. Edwards father
was Thomas Wardell and his mother was Mary Hopper. Thomas was the son
of Frances Wardell and Mary Vickerman. I would gladly add to your pages
if you tell me what you would want and I would also appreciate any
family details not contained in your pages (I've bookmarked the page and
look forward to adding the info to my own FTM program.
Sincerely Ted Baird----a distant cousin by birth and miles
Don Holzworth email@example.com wrote on Tue, 2 Feb 1999:
I've already gotten email from another
Wardell who came from the New Jersey line. She had some information I
didn't have about some spouses and much information from where our
lines diverged 150 years (or so) ago. She sent me a text file with her
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