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red mail Chappell family Whaddon
Looking for information on John Cappell of whaddon and his daughter Charlotte born1816. If possible would like details of johns wife( charlottes mother) and any other info relating to all three of them. Charlotte married Thomas bull in 1838 and moved to Northampton. Not known if she had any siblings or if the rest of the family remained in bucks. Any info hugely appreciated.
red mail Seeking Newman Bates Whitchurch
Ann Bates b. Whitchurch 1828 married Josiah Mead in Long Marston in 1847 and at that time her father, Newman Bates, was deceased. I know no more but would like to, any help would be much appreciated. Simon
The Salmon family Padbury
Or should I say, Spatcher family. Mark Salmon marries Elizabeth Humphrey in 1850 and then Elizabeth leaves the family home to work in Buckingham and Mark seemingly sires nine children by the next door neighbour Maria. Is anyone else a descendant or has photos/stories?
red mail Woodward Winslow
Does anyone have any info on the family of Thomas Woodward 1827-1863 & wife Mary Goodger 1828-1883? They had five children James 1847, John 1853 Sarah 1852, Emma 1859 & Elizabeth Ann 1855-1879. Elizabeth Ann married William Albert Bailey in Battersea & had a daughter Edith Elizabeth 1878. On the 1881 census Elizabeth is living with her grandmother after the death of her mother.
BURNELL Quainton
William Burnell (1797-1850) was my great-great-grandfather in the maternal line and was born and died in Quainton. Any information welcome.
red mail Anna Frances Hall, Denham 1804 Denham
I am looking for the family of Anna Frances Hall, who Family Search says was baptised in Denham 5 May 1804, parents Thomas Hall and Anna Maria. A possible brother was Henry Hall, buried in Denham 31 March 1803, parents Thomas and Maria. This is all I know about the family, except for some circumstantial evidence in the family suggesting that Thomas may have been in the navy. Anna Frances married Charles Oswin in St Marylebone in 1822 and I have found out masses about the Oswins, but I would love to trace Anna's family.
red mail The Nash family on Oving Oving
James Nash born approximately 1804 at Oving Bucks UK married Isobella (surname unknown) believed to have been born at North Marston Buckinghamshire UK. Her surname may possibly have been Linney, but ('m not sure. They had several children, including Ann, Arabella, Mark, Albert, Emily, Elizabeth. Happy to share all my research.
red mail Marks, Cadd - Gawcott area Gawcott
There is a surname Marks (possibly first name, Edwin) which comes up in my ancestor search for Cadd (Annie Cadd, daughter of John and Elizabeth) late 1800s/early 1900s.
red mail Walker family of North Marston North Marston
I'm a direct decendant of Thomas Walker c1758 (m Ann Spooner), his son Thomas c1796 (m Ann Pullen), his daughter Annie c1835 (m Henry Marsh), his son Frederick c1871 (m Emma Kelsey), who migrated with sons Harold and William to Melbourne, Australia. I am interested in finding other people with any of these family lines to share information with.
red mail grizzle, grizzel, grissel, etc. Little Horwood
I am searching for any info on this family from Little Horwood, Bucks from 1770-1800. Some given names are george, sarah, william, anna, william, hannah. thanks in advance for any help you can give or suggestions for researching. gail.

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