|About The Minter line
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Name origin: MINTER Old English
Spelling varients include Mintern, Minterne, Minturn, Mintorn and Mintren.
The Minter name was first found in Dorset in the 11th century where they were seated as Lords of the Manor.
My earliest Minter ancestors I have found so far were from Kent, mainly around Ash, Canterbury and Folkestone. I would like to thank John Minter for all his help and extensive research. His roots are from Essex and we are yet to find any connection, none the less his research has been amazingly helpful.
Along with the Minter line I am interested in finding connections to all names in my tree. Also I would like to find more information on the family tree of John Vliet Lindsay born New York 1921. John was the great grandson of my 4 x great grandparents. John's Grandfather emigrated to New York in the 1870's and this is where connections become sketchy. John Vliet Lindsay was Mayor of New York from 1966 to 1973.
Whilst I have taken every care to ensure all the information held within this tree is correct, I am aware that we are all capable of error. I am open to discussion if you feel my research has flaws, and value any feedback in the hope of growing strong branches.
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