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John Kingman (Kyngeman) lived in South Newton, Wiltshire in the early 1500s. He was a fairly wealthy landowner, leaving significant monetary bequests in his will (dated 1522) to each of his nine children, notwithstanding any land that had already been assigned to them.
He has been linked to the family of Kinsman from Northamptonshire, but this has not yet been substantiated.
One branch of this tree with living descendants with the Kingman surname has been traced to Australia. These are the descendants of Albert Charles Kingman and Annie Harris. Albert was a seaman (Steward on the Lusitania) who settled in Austalia in the 1880s. No direct male line Kingman of this lineage has yet been located. If you are one, or know of one, please get in touch as we would really like your DNA pattern to help link these families together.
This section now includes what was previously the Kingman of Lewisham tree, which has a DNA profile, but is not yet linked to the tree of John Kingman.
This section contains records on 1,044individuals with 107 cross referenced sources. There are 62 links to images.
|John KINGMAN||died 1522 in South Newton, Wiltshire||Tree|
|William KINGMAN||born about 1790 in Dorset, but of a line from Wiltshire and he lived most his life in Lewisham, Kent.|
|A DNA profile
exists for one of the brances noted here, that of Benjamin Kingman of
Weymouth. No matches have been found for this marker yet.
More contributors are always welcome, from any of the Kingman lines. If you'd like to see the full DNA story, or even better, if you'd like to contribute your own DNA profile and add to the story, then please follow the DNA link on the left.
Section last updated 5 August 2016