Rusling family name origins
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in the Kingdom of Fife.
 
 
ANCESTRY
The Ruslings are originally from Hull in East Yorkshire - the Rusling Dynasty is now led by Anne, and her husband Paul, and their children Dawn and Ben. Dawn is now married to Vinny with a beautiful daughter, Verity, born in July 2015 - on Paul and Anne's Wedding Aniiversary!
 
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Due to banks and other organisations (who should really know better) insisting on using silly questions such as Date of Birth, where were you born, Mother's maiden name?  etc as 'security 'questions, we have had to eliminate a lot of background information from the Rusling.me web site.  But please do feel free to drop us a line by email, or give us a call and ask us if you are curious. You can reach any of us by using our Christian names plus the "at" and then the domain name (rusling.me).
 
The Ruslings are always glad to hear from their friends! See the email box below or click HERE.
 
More details on Paul Rusling can be found here.
 
 
             
 
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Rusling girls, three generations Dawn, Anne, Barbara
Paul Rusling  
(Paul Alexander Rusling) is a British company director having worked in media and hospitality all over Europe and other businesses with his wife ANNE RUSLING.  
 
More details of Paul and Anne and their careers can be found on Paul's personal web site, http://paulrusling.com
 
 
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Paul Rusling created this site some years ago; it's been simply a holding page for the RUSLING domain name for many years.  We originally acquired the Rusling dot me domain for our email addresses in the mid1990s. It's just been used to hang our email addresses from and not intended to billboard or showcase our family; we are, after all,  a shy and private family! 
 

Rusling Family

 
ANCESTRY
The Ruslings are originally from Hull in East Yorkshire - the Rusling Dynasty is now led by Anne, and her husband Paul, and their children Dawn and Ben. Dawn is now married to Vinny with a beautiful daughter, Verity, born in July 2015 - on Paul and Anne's Wedding Aniiversary!
 
CONTACT
Due to banks and other organisations (who should really know better) insisting on using silly questions such as Date of Birth, where were you born, Mother's maiden name?  etc as 'security 'questions, we have had to eliminate a lot of background information from the Rusling.me web site.  But please do feel free to drop us a line by email, or give us a call and ask us if you are curious.
 
You can reach any of us by using our Christian names plus the "at" and then the domain name (rusling.me).
 
The Ruslings are always glad to hear from their friends! See the email box below or click HERE.
 
More details about Paul Rusling can be found here.
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Details of pubs, restaurants, hotels and clubs the Ruslings have run are

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More Paul Rusling material can be found on his personal website

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Ruslings and Fish

The Rusling family are a long established East Yorkshire tribe of proud people, bred in the city of Kingston upon Hull for over 300 years.
 
The family's origins are in the fishing community along Hessle Road; most of the family in the early 1900s were living around The Boulevard, where George Rusling became a fish merchant on the St Andrew's Dock nearby. Our Aunt Hilda was married to a trawler skipper, Edgar Harber and other relatives and most of our friends and neighbours worked in the fishing industry.
 
At the time Hull was the home port for almost three hundred deep sea trawlers, which fished white fish such as cod, Haddock and skate in the waters around Iceland, Newfoundland and off the northern coast of Norway and Russia (Barents Sea). 
 
The fleet diminished when the Labour Government gave away the fishing grounds to Iceland and others, decimating Hull's deep sea fleet.  Now the all the haddock eaten in the city is flown in from Iceland to an aerodrome (its called Humberside Airport) in Lincolnshire each night and sold on a fish market in Grimsby!
 
 
 
 

Paul Rusling

      -  a brief biography

Paul Rusling was born in Bridlington, a fine resort on the Yorkshire riviera.  His early years were spent in the village of Dunswell and then the family lived off Hessle Road in Hull. 
 
The Rusling family is not so much a family as an "eccentric tribe of wierd and wonderful characters!"
 
Paul went to school at Adelaide Primary and Junior High School and then at RHS -  Riley Technical High School. he then went on to complete his education in radio engineering at the College of Technology in Hull.
 
He worked as a disc jockey in many night clubs in Hull and across the UK and joined Radio Caroline in 1973. 
 
With his wife ANNE, Paul also ran several pubs, hotels and restaurants in the London area. In the early 1980s he began working as a broadcast consultant to several international broadcasters- see HERE for more details.
 
In 1989 Paul and Anne launched a full colour weekly newspaper in  East Yorkshire called the Haltemprice Herald.  A fierce battle with the local Daily Mail ensued and they were priced out of the market after 18 months.
 
Paul reverted to his role as a Broadcast Consultant and worked for many of Europe's largest broadcasters - fuller details is on Paul's own web site.
 
In 2006 Paul and Anne acquired the then closed Triton Inn in Brantingham. With the help of a couple of dozen excellent staff they turned it into one of the most popular restaurants in the East Riding. They sold the Triton business three years ago.
 
Paul has also written many magazine articles and several books, the most recent of these is  Laser Radio Programming, which looks at the formats and success of Laser, a radio station he helped build and launch in the 1980s. 
 
In 2017, Paul was awarded the coveted Golden Microphone award for services to radio at the annual Radio Day in the Netherlands. 
 
In 2017 Paul and Anne were headhunted to devise a refurbishment plan for the Ferns Farm Hotel at Carnaby near Bridlington. This is a well known leisure complex, comprising a restaurant, letting rooms, lounge-bar and a leisure facility with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gymnasium. 
 
The planned refurbishment and promotion campaign did not commence as had been promised in early 2018. Having enduring a hard winter on the coast and being keen to get on with life, Paul and Anne have now left the Ferns.
Laser Radio Programming
Paul's latest book, published in  2017. (Click the cover for details.)
Dawn, Paul, Anne Ben Rusling
Ferns Farm Hotel
Paul Rusling,  winner of the Golden Microphone Award

Paul Rusling

      -  a brief biography

Paul Rusling was born in Bridlington, a fine resort on the Yorkshire riviera.  His early years were spent in Dunswell and then the family lived off Hessle Road in Hull. 
 
The Rusling family is not so much a family as an eccentric tribe of wierd and wonderful characters!
 
Paul went to school at Adelaide Juniors and then Riley Technical High School before completing his education in radio engineering at the College of Technology in Hull.
 
He worked as a disc jockey in many night clubs in Hull and across the UK, and joined Radio Caroline in 1973. 
 
With his wife ANNE, Paul also ran several pubs, hotels and restaurants in the London area. In the early 1980s he began working as a broadcast consultant to several international broadcasters- see HERE for more details.
 
In 1989 Paul and Anne launched a full colour weekly newspaper in  East Yorkshire called the Haltemprice Herald.  A fierce battle with the local Daily Mail ensued and they were priced out of the market after 18 months.
 
Paul reverted to his role as a Broadcast Consultant and worked for many of Euorpe's largest broadcasters - fuller details is on Paul's own web site.
 
In 2006 Paul and Anne acquired the then closed Triton Inn in Brantingham. With the help of a couple of dozen excellent staff they turned it into one of the most popular restaurants in the East Riding. They sold the Triton business three years ago.
 
Paul has also written many magazine articles and several books, the most recent of these is  Laser Radio Programming, which looks at the formats and success of Laser, a radio station he helped build and launch in the 1980s. 
 
In 2017, Paul was awarded the coveted Golden microphone award for services to radio at the annual Radio Day in the Netherlands. 
 
In 2017 Paul and Anne were headhunted to devise a refurbishment plan for the Ferns Farm Hotel at Carnaby near Bridlington. This is a well known leisure complex, comprising a restaurant, letting rooms, lounge-bar and a leisure facility with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gymnasium. 
 
The planned refurbishment and promotion campaign did not commence as had been promised in early 2018. Having enduring a hard winter on the coast and being keen to get on with life, Paul and Anne have now left the Ferns.

Ruslings and Fish

The Rusling family are a long established East Yorkshire tribe of proud people, most of whom who have lived in the city of Kingston upon Hull for a couple of hundred years.
 
The family's origins are in the fishing community along Hessle Road; most of the family in the early 1900s were living around The Boulevard, where George Rusling became a fish merchant on the St Andrew's Dock nearby. Our Aunt Hilda was married to a trawler skipper, Edgar Harber and other relatives and most of our friends and neighbours worked in the fishing industry.
 
At the time Hull was the home port for almost three hundred deep sea trawlers, which fished white fish such as cod, Haddock and skate in the waters around Iceland, Newfoundland and off the northern coast of Norway and Russia (Barents Sea). 
 
The fleet diminished when the Labour Government gave away the fishing grounds to Iceland and others, decimating Hull's deep sea fleet.  Now the all the haddock eaten in the city is flown in from Iceland to an aerodrome in Lincolnshire each night (its called Humberside Airport, HUY) and sold on a fish market in Grimsby!
Hull trawler Kirk Ella
Fishing revival ?
 
In 2018 however, a new trawler, the Kirk Ella, began fishing from Hull once again and landing its catch at Hull.  The Kirk Ella is a £35million  newly built sate-of-the-art fishing factory with a crew of 65 and able to fish for months at a time. 
 
The Kirk Ella's usual haul is 450 tons of white fish, all processed and frozen within hours of being caught; thats enough for around 2 million
 
The Kirk Ella (H7) Its named after the village Paul and Anne live in - KIRK ELLA (it's on the periphery of Hull). 
 
Is this a revival of the Hull's once world-beating fishing industry?
very proud of winning the Golden Microphone award for "oustanding contributions to services to offshore radio" 
Three generations of Rusling girls!
Anne, Barbara and Dawn
Ferns Farm Hotel
Bridlington
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