Jenkin

Jenkin, of Franconian origin, is translated in English as "Little John" or more literally "John the little."

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List Of The Deptford Mice Characters - The Deptford Mice - Jenkin Nettle
... Jenkin Nettle is a field mouse who appears in The Crystal Prison, and is the son of Isaac Nettle ... Jenkin's father acts very cruel to him, giving the young mouse beatings if he does something Isaac finds unacceptable ... him for the death of his wife Meg who died giving birth to Jenkin ...
Jenkin Surnames
... Albert Jenkin, Wales international rugby player Bernard Jenkin, British politician Fleeming Jenkin, British engineer Guy Jenkin, British comedy writer Kenneth Hamilton Jenkin ...
Richard Jenkin - Publications
... Richard Ann Jenkin (1961) ... Cornwall the Hidden Land (with Ann Trevenen Jenkin, introduction by Philip Payton), Bracknell West Country Publications, 1965 ... Jenkin (1983) 40 Years of Mebyon Kernow, by Richard Jenkin and others ...
List Of The Deptford Mice Characters - The Deptford Mice - Alison Sedge
... But despite the fact that she and Jenkin Nettle grew apart for this very reason, it is clear that she still loves him ... Brown comes to Fennywolde, Alison becomes very jealous because Jenkin seems to take a liking to her ... After Jenkin is killed by Mahooot the owl, Alison blames Audrey for what had happened ...
Graeme Jenkin
... Graeme 'Jerker' Jenkin (born 5 September 1945) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Collingwood and Essendon in the VFL during the 1960s and 1970s ... Jenkin is best remembered for being the player that Carlton's Alex Jesaulenko took a spectacular mark over in the 1970 Grand Final, promoting the famous call of "Oh Jesaulenko, you ... A ruckman, Jenkin first appeared for Collingwood in the 1963 season and after managing just three games that year missed all of 1965 with a broken leg ...