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I'm just about to start trying to piece together my family tree and was wondering how many people share my surname (Vintin obviously) out there and to see if I can piece the family together. Anybody know any Vintin's or got any Vintin stories?

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Good luck mate.

 

Have you tried the obvious places such as genes re-united, and the electoral roll.

 

Plus you're the only Vintin I know. :D

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Hi

I know a John Vintin who is an electrician and lives or lived at Crookes, I believe he had been a postman at one time. Don't know where he is now but i'm sure he would not be hard to find.

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Does the name Allen Vintin ,used to live on Shoreham St, Elderly,Aged around 80yrs,ring any bells for you ?

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In the 1950s I went to St. Barnabas School on Alderson Rd., which is very close to Shoreham Street, and remember a lad called Vintin. I think his name was Derek, but not 100% on that. He'd be in his early 60's now.

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There were only 24 Vintins in Britain in 1901! Of these, 12 were in Sheffield, 11 in Essex and 1 in Kent.

 

If you go back to 1841, there were only 13! The families were in Sheffield, Cheshire and Sussex.

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I went to school with a Steve Vintin in the 1950's. He lived on one of the roads off Cross Lane in Crookes. I think he is registered on Friends Reunited.

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I knew a dave vintin from crookes but not sure where he lives these days. Could probably track him down if it's of use

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A Alan Vinter was a member of Hillsborough Boys Club in the 60's. He was a member of the Old boys Association, with sir Stanley Royle as patron.He had a son who will be about 60 now

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There is a Vintin family live in Woodhouse Mill.

Perhaps the children are grown up now and moved out but I think there were 4 boys.

hazel

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Alan Vintin died Friday September 21st 2007, at Farnlea Drive , Bare, Morcombe. age 83.

My family new him well when we lived in Sheffield.

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