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Uzzell - Chaddleworth
Would like to hear from anyone with Uzzell ancestors from Chaddleworth Sue
Posted: 2021
red mail Chaddleworth Fewtrells
Has anybody information on the Fewtrells who lived in the village upto the 1940-50s my grandmother was bn there her father being Percy Fewtrell who was a builder.
red mail Cripps in Chaddleworth
I am trying to find my ggg grand father Richard Cripps born in Chaddleworth around 1805 died in the village 08.05.1850. I have wife details of Amy Hazell & their children, George, Stephen, Maria, Rachel, Martha & William. I can not find any trace of Richards parents.
red mail Thomas Tarrant m. Elizabeth Welsher
Seeking information on parents of Elizabeth Welsher (b. c.1760)who married Thomas Tarrant in Chaddleworth in 1785. And does anyone have access to the burial records of the parish church in Chaddleworth (St. Andrews). I need to find some gravestone inscriptions.
red mail Lanfear Family
My wife and myself visited Chaddleworth this summer during the course of researching her family (Lanfear). This family originated in Wiltshire and spread into the surrounding counties (and much further). The churchyard at Chaddleworth contains the tombs of some of the first Lanfears to come into Berkshire from Wiltshire. Most notable being Ambrose Lanfear (b.1717) married to Martha Brown in 1746. There are also other family members buried in the churchyard including Thomas Lanfear who married Lucretia Burbidge in 1809 . They lived in Hungerford, but were buried in Chaddleworth. Some later infant deaths in the family were buried with their great-grandparents, Ambrose and Martha. Later family members were buried in nearby Avington, includingWalter Francis Lanfear (b.1818) who was the Vicar at Avington for many years.

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