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red mail John G Grace
I am stuck on John G Grace who was born in Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire in 1785. I wonder if anyone out there could help me to find out who his parents were and if he had any sisters and brothers. Much obliged.
Crowley, Ravenstone
Mary Crowley chr. 14.5.1812 Ravenstone,Bucks. Parents William Crowley and Mary Kightley. Mary Crowley married William Newton b. Southminster, Essex, m.14.5.1832 at Ravenstone. Family moved to Eversholt, Bedfordshire - children born Eversholt- John-Mary-Elizabeth-Joseph-William-Charlotte-George-Eliza- Emma- Jane
red mail Allen William / George
My great grandfarther Arthur Allen was born in Ravenstone 1873, his parents were Mary and William Allen, William was a Blacksmith as was his farther George. I can't read mary's maiden name on the certificate, her father George was a labourer. They lived in Shakeshaft Row.
red mail Shakeshaft William Brice
He was my Great Grandfather. I would like to know when he took over the tenacy of the farm and any further information about him and his wife Emma nee Thomason who used to live at of Bickerings Park Ridgmont.
red mail Lawson, Shakeshaft, North End Farm, Ravenstone 1881
Seeking information about the North End Farm (listed in 1881 Census as 286 Acres, 6 men, 3 boys) where my great grandmother Tryphena Lawson (incorrectly written as Lawmon) worked as a domestic Servant aged 18. Also about the Shakeshaft family who ran it - Farmer W. Brice aged 24, born Ravenstone, and his wife Emma, 26 yrs, born Hanslope, and son Thomas S. 9 months b. Ravenstone.

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