Surnames registered by Malcolm Hoare
OXSIL User No.: 5928
OFHS Membership No. 6952

SurnameTimeframePlace
BATHE >1600 Tackley, Kirtlington
BILLINGHAM c.1800 Banbury
BURCHELL c.1800 Banbury
HEATHE >1600 St. Giles, Oxford. Tackley. Banbury. Neithrop.
HOAR dna Any Any
HOARE dna Any Any
HORE dna Any Any
HORR dna Any Any
LINES c.1800 Banbury
SKIDMORE Any Tackley, Neithrop, Banbury
WEBSTER c.1800 Banbury

One-Name Study: Malcolm is conducting a one-name study of the HORE surname, registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies. (See Malcolm's Guild profile for more information about the HORE study and the Guild.)

See the One-Name Studies in Oxfordshire page for a list of surnames that have strong roots in the County of Oxfordshire and are the subject of a one-name study.

DNA Linking dna Malcolm is co-admin of the H600 Project a Surname Study that utilizes DNA analysis along with traditional genealogical records to link family lines through the centuries and locations. The Project is open to all family members with a covered surname, and all variations and derivatives in all locations. The site can be found at wiki.H600.org/. Malcolm has a lot of surnames in his database associated with the HOARE family of Tackley and Banbury. His own yDNA str results had some surprising results with matches to families that emigrated to Virginia in the 1600's, and had surname changes. (To learn more about DNA Linking dna, visit the DNA Linking page.)

Notes: The Hoare family originated from Leckhampton in Gloucester and Malcolm's branch settled in first Tackley then Banbury before moving on to Northampton and eventually Birmingham. They were glovers and boat people.

Website: wiki.H600.org/

Contact: To contact Malcolm Hoare, please send us a message using the Contact form, putting "Message to Malcolm Hoare, OXSIL user no. 5928" in the subject line. If you do not include an addressee, we will be unable to forward your message.

Your message will also be copied to Wendy Archer of the Oxfordshire Family History Society's Help Desk, so don't be surprised if Wendy contacts you with some expert advice on how best to find an answer to your question. You can also write to the Help Desk directly at help@ofhs.org.uk.

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Paul Brazell & Bill Seary
OXSIL co-Admins