Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
Variants: Vearnals, Vernal, Vernalls, Vernals, Virnuls
Category: 3 - A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is well under way on a global basis.
Contact: Mrs Sue Vernall
The Vernall one name study was registered with the Guild of One Name Studies December 1992. Then it included the variant Vernell but research has shown this name has a Huguenot derivation, so it has since been registered as a separate one name study.
Arthur Humphrey Vernall (1884 -1918) Awarded Military Cross 1917
Augustus Vernall (1841 - 1867) Superintendent coffee plantation Neddicouttam, Madras India. Married and died Madras.
Charles Frederick Vernall (1870 - 1945) Served Boer War with the 3rd Canterbury contingent (NZ) Rough Riders
Charles, Thomas & William Vernall - brothers born Worcester Union Workhouse, child migrants to Canada 1907 - 'Home Children'.
Donald Vernall (1927 - 2003) Assoc. Professor of Medicine, Ohio State University, USA.
Rev. James Vernall (1861-1894) Ordained 1886. Principal of Yoruba Mission, Nigeria. Married daughter of German missionary in Nigeria. Died Nigeria of yellow fever.
John Vernal transported to Australia 1815
Leslie Vernall (1911-1979) Major Burma Rifles, escaped from Japanese. In 1946 changed surname to Vernell by deed poll to reflect Huguenot descent, but in fact descendant of Great Malvern Vernall family some of whom emigrated to NZ.
Richard Vernall transported to USA 1755
Richard John Vernall (1901 - 1956) Hong Kong Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Architect Public Works Hong Kong, Japanese POW.
Robert Vernall - Early settler of Maryland, USA 1679.
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