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Murton from Shelfhanger Norfolk / Diss Norfolk/ Middlesbrough
maltby kings lynn norfolk boston Lincolnshire
MANLEY/MANLY Upottery/Uffculme Devon, England 1760-Present
MINTON / Shropshire 1750 / Didlebury Shropshire 1774
MCCANN / Middlesbrough present day / Glasgow 1892 / Ireland 1850
MCDERMOTT Boyle, Roscommon; Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim; Sligo
MECKLENBURGH - Chelmsford, Essex
MARTIN Tower Hamlets, West Ham, London 1830 - 1939
MORRIS East London and marine services 1800 - 1920 incl watermen and lightermen in Rotherhithe
MIDGLEY - 1800's to present - Oldham
MCQUONE from anywhere. From Ireland pre 1841.
Mellor - Derbyshire
My uncle was a Mellor but he came from Uttoxeter which is in Staffordshire.
Manning- Liverpool- Galway-Dublin
researching - macleans of stornoway/lochs and macleods of stornoway, and campbells and macdonalds and fergusons all from ross and cromarty.
Murdy,Murdie,Mordue,Mordy,Mordey and about 15 other variations.
Traced back to North Northumberland and possibly just across the border into Scotland.
MELLOR - Manchester - 1850's to present
Molineux: St Helens, 1830-
McGinn: Ireland (prob. Co. Cork), then S. Wales, Co. Durham, Berkshire
Martley/Markley Tipperary Ireland
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