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William BEAL & Ann LOVELOCK Burial/Grave
I am trying to trace my 2 x great grandparents burials and graves William BEAL died 30th October 1891 in Colnbrook, and his wife (who had remarried after his death) Ann LOVELOCK, who died in December 1921 in Colnbrook/Langley area Any help greatly appreciated
red mail White Hart Pub
Ancestors Harry Edward Butler and his wife Alice were running this pub in 1911. They both died in 1916, both in their late thirties. I wonder if anyone knows of any reason - eg a fire - which might be the reason for their untimely deaths?
red mail Hedges & Burgess
Looking for any information of a James Hedges born around 1809 married Jane Burgess from Pangbourne, Berkshire around 1819. Children's names Elizabeth Jane, Samuel, James. Any information would be appreciated
red mail Colnbrook History
Researching Colnbrook area in particular Bridge Street. Interested in any photos/postcards or stories about Colnbrook please.
red mail Census records for Colnbrook
All available from 1841 to 1901, happy to look up for anyone. Live in Colnbrook so can tell you if buildings still exist etc. Dawn
PENDRY - CROOK
If anyone has any information on a David PENDRY or family who married a Anne CROOK in Colnbrook about 1850/60 and had children Henry, Minnie,Edward,Mary,Olive and Arthur I would like to make contact.
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John and MaryAnne Crook who lived around Colnbrook in the 1800s. Any information of family appreciated.Trying to trace my English roots.Children were John,Elizabeth,Anne,William,Mary,Sarah,George and Emma.
red mail GARDNER/CHARLES - COLNBROOK DINAH RANDS - SUFFOLK / ST.PANCRAS LONDON
ANY INFO ON EITHER WOULD BE GREAT. MARYLEBONE? STANTON ST BERNARD WILTS? COLNBROOK? SUFFOLK? EDMONTON?
red mail may
looking for info on William Thomson May who came to Wooloomooloo (Australia ) approx late 1800 where he worked as a baker, befor comming to New Zealand
red mail john j may
looking for info on the MAY family of bucks. a family of bakers from Newbury to slough.

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