by Sam Behling
|Surnames related to LEAMING|
New research has shown that the Leamings, orginally thought to be from Leamington, Warwickshire, England, actually were from county Yorkshire. In the late 1600's, Christopher Leaming emigrated and settled in Cape May, New Jersey where the principal whaling grounds were. Many descendants of Christopher remained in Cape May, including his grandson, Aaron the second, who published his father's and uncle's diaries in conjunction with his own, which contains valuable genealogical information.
My branch of the family stemming from Christopher's son, Jeremiah, removed to Connecticut, first to Guilford, later to Middleton, Durham and Farmington. From there the family went to New York and eventually settled in Iowa where my mother was born.
Biography of Christopher Leaming. The emigrant who settled in Cape May, New Jersey, my 7th great grandfather.
Biography of Jeremiah Leaming. Christopher's son, my 6th great grandfather.
Biography of Matthias Leaming. My 5th great grandfather who remained a Tory throughout the Rev. War.
Biography of Judah Leaming. My 4th great grandfather, a Rev. War Patriot.
Biography of Judah Leaming. My 3rd great grandfather, the first settler of Springfield Township, LaPorte County, Indiana. He later moved the family to Dallas County, Iowa.
Diaries of Aaron & Thomas Leaming Diaries of two of my 7th Great Uncles transcribed by Aaron's son, Aaron the 2nd, jam-packed with genealogy data (births, deaths, marriages) of the early Leaming and related families of Cape May, New Jersey. A most valuable extant record.
Lydia Leaming Miller Autobiography of my 3rd great aunt's pioneer trek from Dallas County, Iowa to Oregon in 1866. Fascinating detail, including travel by wagon train, Indian attacks and buffalo gnats.
Read A Once Told Tale In Three Part Harmony by Deryl Leaming. His story about growing up in rural Kansas during the Dust Bowl days.
|A||ABBOTT, ABERNETHY, ANDRUS, ANDRUS ANDREWS, AYERS|
|B||BARNES, BEESLEY, BENNETT, BILLS, BISHOP, BLAKE, BRADLEY, BREWSTER, BRYANT, BUCK, BUNKER, BURKE, BURNET, BUSHNELL|
|C||CALDWELL, CASWELL, CHEESMAN, CHURCH, CLARK, COE, COLEMAN, COMPTON, CORSON, COVENOVER, CRAWFORD, CRESSE, CURWEN|
|D||DARLING, DEUSEN, DIVERTY, DIXON, DOUBLEDAY, DRAKE|
|E||EDMUNDS, EICHELBERGER, ELDREDGE, EWING|
|F||FALKENBURG, FARRER, FISHER, FLETCHER, FORMAN, FORMAN FOREMAN, FOSTER, FOUTS|
|G||GARLICK, GORHAM, GOULD, GRANT, GRIFFIN, GROOM|
|H||HALL, HAND, HARDIE, HARSEMAN, HASKELL, HEWITT, HILDRETH, HOFFMAN, HOLLEY, HORNER, HUGHES|
|J||JACKSON, JONES, JOY|
|K||KELLOGG, KELSEY, KENNEY, KERSHAW, KILBOURN|
|L||LANGDON, LAWRENCE, LEAMING, LEE, LEMYNG LEAMING, LUDLAM|
|M||MALLORY, MARKS, MATHEWS, MATLOCK, MATTHEWS, McCORMICK, McGINNES, McMINN, MECRAY, MEIGS, MERRITT, METCALF, MILLER, MITCHELL, MOORE, MURGATROYDE, MYRICK|
|P||PARMELEE, PARSONS, PECK, PENNINGTON, PERSONSPARSONS, POLLY, PUMPELLY|
|R||RANEY, READ, REMINGTON, REYNOLDS, RICE, RICHARDS, RICHARDSON, ROBARDROBERTS, ROBERTS, ROBINSON, ROGERS, ROSEBRUGH, ROSS, ROWLAND, ROYCE, RUST|
|S||SANFORD, SCHELLENGER, SCOTT, SCOVILLE, SHAUL, SHIPPEE, SINCLAIR, SMITH, SOMERS, SPARKS, SPEAR, SPENCER, SPICER, STANTON, STILLWELL, STITES, STODDARD, STONE, STROBEL, SWAIN|
|T||TAYLOR, THOMPSON, TOMLIN, TORBERT, TOWNSEND, TUCKER, TURNER, TUTT, TUTTLE|
|W||WALLACE, WALN, WARFIELD, WATSON, WELSH, WEST, WHEATLY, WHILDIN, WHILLDIN, WHILLDINWHELDON, WHITE, WOOD, WOODRUFF|