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red mail Smith
I am looking for descendants of Ronald N Smith who married my step great aunt, Beryl Conyers/Fitzgerald in 1940 in Amersham. Beryl was aged 62 in 1940 so I imagine Ronald was a similar age.
red mail PATTISON
Mr Pattison married Muriel J Shrimpton early 1959, looking to find what happened to both of them. Married in Amersham, possibly lived there or Chesham
red mail Cornelia Boakes and Percy J Wright of Amersham
Looking for parents of the above, please. I know they got married in 1918 in Amersham and I think Cornelia was born in about 1894. Thank you for any information.
red mail Cox, Elsie b.1894
I'm looking for relatives of my great-grandmother, Elsie Cox, b.1894 in Amersham. She married John Herbert Post (b.1896 Sheffield) in Amersham in 1919 and gave birth to my grandfather, John H. Post, in Sheffield in 1922. She died in the late 1970's or early 1980's. Last known address was Great Missenden.
red mail Eva Victoria Bates
Bates Family I'm interested in the Bates family from Pertenhall.I'm related to Eva Victoria Bates (born 1900 Amersham), father Arthur (born 1861) and mother Sarah Ann (Reynolds). Arthur's parents are William (born 1821)and Susannah. Any info would be very much appreciated. Carole
red mail Penry Evans/Anne Mower White
I am hoping to find any information on Dr. Thomas Penry-Evans (Medical Officer for Health for Beaconsfield) and his wife Anne (Evelyn) Address on his death in 1959 was 'Pan' Weedon Lane, Amersham. Someone reading might even have been a neighbour, know the number of this house or have any other information?
red mail Nathaniel Ware 1755
Nathaniel was born approx 1755 and married Elizabeth Bunker in approx 1775. Both were born in Amersham. Nathaniel and Elizabeth had I believe 9 children, Sarah 1777, Mary 1778, Maria 1780, George 1781, Sophia 1782, Lydia 1785, John 1787, Nathaniel jnr 1789 and Jonathan 1790. Is there anyone who can give me information on Nathaniel's parents or where this information could be located.
red mail Joseph & Mary Ann WEEDEN 1838
Not sure yet if the marriage of JW to Mary Ann LUSCOMBE between April-June, 1838 in Amersham is my relative. I know that JW married a Mary Ann X but we've been unable to find out her maiden name. This is a good possibility. According to the 1851 census both were born in Windsor, Berkshire and about 1811/12. They immediately moved to Westminster after their wedding (or perhaps were married there). My questions - was the Mary Ann LUSCOMBE above born in that town? Are their Luscombe parents living there in the 1841 census? Anything more to be found out from that marriage -who the parents were?...need a bit of a miracle to find out but people on CF have produced a few of those so far and so I dare to ask.
red mail Pictons family
Looking for information on the picton family from amersham in particular sarah born 1821 and her father william and mother ann parrot born 1792.
red mail William & Sophia BATES both b. Amersham 1820s
Seeking dedicated Researchers interested in the family of William and Sophia BATES. Both were born in or near Amersham BUCKS around 1820 and 1825 resp. Their son was Joseph BATES and Joseph's son Harry George BATES married Eliza STREETON at Hemel Hempstead (Boxmoor) HERTS 31 Mar 1906. Harry migrated to Queensland in 1907 and his wife followed in 1911. They settled near Proserpine, Queensland, and have descendents. Eliza died at Brisbane in 1934 and Harry died at Proserpine in 1960. Any info on William and Sophia's families appreciated.

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