One-Name Study


The Inskips have been in Maulden, Bedfordshire since at least the 1760ís when John Inskip married Elizabeth Parker on Christmas Day 1766.   John was a tenant farmer for John Russell, Duke of Bedford. The Duke had acquired land around Maulden in 1738 and was experimenting with new more productive agricultural techniques.   The soil in the area was particularly good for market gardening and the Inskips were a family of Market Gardeners.  John paid the Duke 10/- (shillings or 50p in today's money) in 1775 to farm 4 acres.  

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The Inskip One-Name Study Website

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Inskip One-Name Study

This fascinating site includes
Name Variants
Origin of the Surname
Historical Occurrences
Notable Inskips
Inskips Killed in Action
Frequency of the Name
Distribution of the Name
Links such as:-
Inskip Family Forum
Inskip One-Name Study Community
The Inskip Blog

Jennifer Kirkby who runs this site is a source for INSKIP information.
You can contact her via email