This is an initial analysis of surnames in Gloucestershire.It is by no means comprehensive and further additions and input are welcome and encouraged.These he argued were a group of people who would tend to be stationary, that is they would remain in the area of their birth for generation after generation and hence would provide a robust sample from which the distribution of surnames for the whole population could be based on. However by restricting itself to yeoman it has meant that some names which are clearly classifiable as county or peculiar names are missing and in some instances the yeoman class has given too restricted a picture of the spread of names. There was a Cirencester family thus called during the 17th and 18th century; and in the same century several of the mayors and churchwardens of Tetbury bore this name.BALDWIN: Now established in Gloucestershire, Bucks, Lancs, Warwickshire, Herts, Norfolk and Suffolk.Adjunct Professor Nigel Spooner was awarded a DPhil (Physics, Oxon) in 1993, following which he relocated to establish and head the “Luminescence Dating Laboratory” (LDL) at RSES, Australian National University, Australia. Surface analysis and treatment of extruded fluoride phosphate glass preforms for optical fiber fabrication. 10.1111/jace.14269Arnold, L., Duval, M., Demuro, M., Spooner, N., Santonja, M. Research focussed on environmental dosimetry utilising luminescence induced in artificial and naturally-occurring environmental materials by ionising radiation from natural and man-made sources in the environment. External shutters also protected windows from vandalism, and were common on the ground floor windows of vulnerable buildings like public houses, at a time when glass was expensive.
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