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red mail The Warner family of Great Missenden
I have traced my family back to church st Gt Missenden Grandfather Albert(b 1880) bAlfred,Gt Grandfather Edward Joseph,Possibly a William and an Annie. Grandfather married Kate Prescilla Hiskey.Also Eliza Nash who married William. There I have come to a halt,I wondered if there were still Warners living In Great Missenden
red mail Pearce/Morris in Great Missenden
I am looking for any information re: Wm. Pearce or Sophia Morris b. Great Missenden abt.1809-1812. Wm. was a horseman who later became a riding master/stable master in London where he and Sophia raised a family. Any leads to Pearce or Morris in this area would be greatly appreciated. Tom
red mail Family of Nicholas Cox, b.1868
I am searching for living relatives of Nicholas Cox of Gt. Missenden b.1868. His daughter, Elsie was my great-grandmother. She was born in 1894 and married John Herbert Post in 1919. They had one child, my grandfather John H. (Jack) in 1922. Hoping to connect with long lost family.
red mail barrett - ballinger common
Searching for ancesters of John and Elizabeth Barrett who lived at Hollybush Farm Ballinger Common, both born 1815. Had 9 children including my great grandfather Joseph Barrett born 1853. John was a farmer, carter and corn dealer and at one time ran the village shop. His children include William, George, Charles, Sarah, Ann, Mary Martha, Maria, Joseph and Henry. Any info please.
red mail CHALK LEYS HIGH STREET
Hello I'm researching a member of my family named Phyllis Margaret Jones who died on 31 July 2007 at Chalk Leys High Street in Great Missenden. She usually resided at Chiltern Court Care Home in Wendover. I wonder if anyone has any information about her. Thanks
red mail SUSAN WILLS
I am trying to trace the family of Susan Wills born 1956 approx , I think in Missenden Bucks. Does anyone know of the family. I also believe there is a link to a company called T G Wills and son although i been unable to find any details
red mail Stiles
Any information please about my Stiles family ancestors, especially Francis Stiles, baker, of Little Missenden where he was born on 23 April 1786. M Esther Axten on 25 May 1809 and later Eliza Wright and is described on the 1851 Census as baker and beer seller of The Bugle, Gt Missenden. Do you know where this pub was/is? Any information about him or his father, Thomas b1757 in Hughenden would be wonderful, thanks.
red mail Frith - Wycombe Heath, Gt. Missenden
Looking for info on the Frith family. Eliza Frith b. 28 Sep 1842 Wycombe Heath. Parents Richard & Fanny Frith (nee Nash). By 1861 census, Fanny is a widow. Eliza married Richard Andrews 11 Feb 1866.
Howland/Howlett/ Rackly
James Howland born 1781 Gt.(a gardener) married Elizabeth Rackly from Chesham Bucks.on 16th June 1808 at Great Missenden. They lived in Church St. Great Missenden where they had William 1811, Eliza 1819 and William(2) 1815.(who married Emma Dobson in 1838 .)The family's name then became Howlett. Does anyone have Howlett/Howland from Gt. Missenden Bucks in their tree. Where did James Howland come from? Who were his parents? Could he have come from Suffolk/Norfolk. Any help/theories greatly appreciated.
red mail James CRAFT b.1790 d.1867 Buckinghamshire
James CRAFT b.1790 married Ruth Warner b.1806 in LITTLE MISSENDEN on 23/9/1822. He was a widower at this point. Please can anyone give information re the name of his first wife or the names of his parents,please? He farmed at Hyde Heath Farm.

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