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Bampton Oxfordshire
Bampton has a little town hall in the middle of its marketplace, St George with his dragon at the corner, a fine medieval grammar school, and a church which is the glory of the town.

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castles of bampton
Looking for any info of Joseph CASTLE b abt 1580 died 1647 Bampton and wife Elizabeth.I know of 1 daughter Elizabeth. I found his will probate but it states names of children|grandchildren and I dont know who is who Any help would be much appreciated. Some times the surname is CASSELLS T.I.A Charmain
Post Revised: 2021
Sarah Brooks
Looking for parents details of Sarah Brooks, born Bampton about 1783. Married Thomas Beckinsale in 1803. Anyone researching same family?
Posted: 2005 Member logged in: 2021
red mail Bampton Archive
There is an archive of historical and genealogical information in the Bampton village library. If you have material, that is a marvellous way to share what you have. You can contact them directly or send it to me and I will deliver it. It's only 50 metres from my home.
Posted: 2020
red mail History of tannery trade in Bampton
I am researching the history of the tanning trade in Bampton from the start to present day. If anyone has any information, artifacts, local knowledge, pleasr can they contact me.
Posted: 2016
red mail Portlock-Clarke family
I am looking for the Portlock-Clarke family who still live in the area
Posted: 2015 Member logged in: 2016
red mail Kirke, Coxeter and Weald Manor
Hello! my husband's 4 and 5 x great grandfathers lived in Weald Manor, Bampton during the 1700-1800's They were respectively, Robert Kirke born circa 1720 Bristol and William Fetcham Kirke born 1772. Robert's wife was Harriet Coxeter and his mother was Elizabeth Coxeter. I have yet to find any blood relationship between Elizabeth and Harriet, if indeed there was one. Elizabeth was born in Lechlade, year unknown and died circa 1778. Harriet was born circa 1735, place unknown and died circa 1785/6. If anyone has knowledge of any of the above, the information would be most gratefully received and much appreciated. Many thanks. Pam
Posted: 2011 Member logged in: 2017
red mail Tanner family Bampton
Any information on the Tanner family would be appreciated. I have traced back to my 5x great grandfather Benjamin Tanner b 1734 Bampton, can anyone go back any further?
Posted: 2011 Member logged in: 2019
red mail Bampton Manor
Am direct desentant of William ROBERTS Bn 1736 Bampton Oxfordshire.Family connection to Bampton Manor through Eleanor ROBERTS daughter of William ROBERTS.Eleanor ROBERTS married Edward WHITAKER one time owner of Bampton Manor.Other family connections to Sarah ROBERTS nee PHILLIPS,John NABB,CARTER'S & TOWNSEND.
Posted: 2011 Member logged in: 2020
red mail Nathaniel Bullen or Hockley Bullen Barrister
Looking for anyone looking for history of Bampton Manor and surrounding village. Have some old records of when land and property sold in village which at time seem to be part of manor estate. Bullens lived in manor house. One son married a Furnival and moved into gate house and had five children. Imigrated to Canada and started to sell off holdings. Does anyone know of an organization who I could contact to pass on this information.
red mail Hughes family
I am trying to find out if there is a link between the Hughes family in Bampton and that of Edward Hughes and Ann Godwin who were married in Blewbury on 3 March 1768. By 1812,one of their sons,Thomas Hughes, a blacksmith was living in Harwell, 12 of his 13 children were baptised there and he was buried in Harwell in 1844. He was born on 19 July 1787 in Blewbury, one of at least 11 children of Edward Hughes and Ann Godwin baptised there. His father was 76 when he was buried in Blewbury on 19 Nov 1826, giving year of birth C1750. It is possible he was the son of Edward Hughes and Sarah baptised in Bampton, Oxon on 20 April 1750. Can anyone confirm the link between Bampton and Blewbury Hughes families?

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