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But family Chesham Bois
Is anyone researching But family. My ancestor William Meade married Sarah But in Chesham maybe early 1800s. I dont know anymore except their daughter Sarah Meade married John Dell and they went to live in Uxbridge Middlesex
Joseph Robert Gardner 1900-1916 Great Kingshill
Joseph Robert Gardner was killed while working on the railway in the Sheffield area around 1916.joseph was around 16 when he was killed this is the only information I have any information would be helpful.Annie
Morton family Chenies
Researching James Morton b.1786 in Chenies. Married Susanna Channer in Chenies in 1810. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail CHESHAM BUCKS Chesham
John Williams b.1811 had son William Williams who married Elizabeth Stacey b.1836 Chesham. They married in Dec.1858 in Brentford Nr Ealing Middlesex. I am descended from Ellen Stacey b.1834 who married Thomas Crane b.1833 and then moved to Singleton, Sussex by 1862. Ann Stacey another sister married Frederick Hawkes. Lydia Stacey b.1840 m. Christopher Wilkins in Amersham.
Tucker family Hughenden Valley
Seeking help with finding above family, circa 1680? - present day, are there any decendants of these families living in the area today? One connection was listed in later census as chairmaker, circa 1841, Nathaniel TUCKER also sister or wife chairmaker. What industries or trades were common to Hughenden? Replies welcome Sometimes Tucker was mis-spelt as Tooker.
red mail Forsters in Long Park, Chesham Bois Chesham Bois
My Grandfather, Major Eric Leigh Douglas Forster, lived for a while at the Firs, Long Park with his father John Douglas Forster (Barrister, retired) some time between 1913 and 1925. Can anyone offer information regarding them or the house (which has probably been renamed)? This is the final part of their life jigsaw that is nearly complete.....
red mail Smith Amersham
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 ALDRIDGE Hawridge
John ALDRIDGEand his wife Ann Smith were in Hawridge for the 1841 Census. They came from Chesham Bois in about 1807. Their children were Sarah b. 1805, Moses b.1807 , David b. 1809., Samuel b.1811, Daniel b. 1813, Joseph b. 1815, Matthew b. 1823, William b. 1823 and James b. 1826. Does anyone have any information on this family? Cheers
red mail CARTER, Great Berkhamstead Berkhamsted
I'm looking for information about MARGARET CARTER, christened 1 Feb 1893 in Great Berkhamstead, daughter of HENRY CARTER AND REBECCA (last name unknown), who married WALTER BARDEN/PAYNE 23 December 1916 also at Great Berkhamstead. Walter's mother was ANNIE EMMA BARDEN and his father was JABEZ PAYNE, but he was possibly illegitimate as he usually appears as Walter Barden. Any help would be gratefully received!
red mail Nash family of Chesham Chesham
Does anyone have details on the Nash family of Chesham area? Edia Nash married Thomas Meadom 23/5/1793 at St Mary's, Chesham. These were my gt gt gt grandparents. Have some information on the Meadoms, but the Nash connection to Edia escapes me. Their daughter Lydia was part of a large family, many of whom have Antipodean descendants. Lydia married James Child. There seemed to be a large number of unmarried Nashes in Chesham in the early 19th century, but they have not connected up yet.

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