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red mail Little & Great Woolstone MIs & Church photos
Is anyone close to either of these villages and willing and able to take some digital photographs of the churches and some MIs for me? I am particulary interested in the following surnames:- FOSTER MILES LEE JENNINGS GRACE MARKHAM PURCELL/PURSELL SCRIVENER LEACH/LEECH PICKERING & MAPLEY if any of them can be found on graves in those churchyards or on memorials in the church building itself. (I'm hoping some survived the 1930s fire in Little Woolstone's church?) I can provide 1841-1901 Census look-ups and/or fully referenced details of descendants of these families in exchange, or other research if wished. Just provide as much detail as you can if you want look-ups done, including the criteria you have searched on that drew blanks if applicable. Many thanks, Heather
red mail Tithe Map of Woolstone with Apportionment details
Could anyone obtain a high quality scan or digital photograph of the Tithe Map of Little Woolstone and Great Woolstone, circa 1848, and the details of who owned which portions, for me please? I think the library at Milton Keynes holds a copy of the map, but I don't know if they also hold the Apportionment data as well, which shows who owned which lot(s) and what they were used for. The Bucks CRO should have both. I am happy to do a search for Census images of 1841-1901 inclusive in exchange if required; just supply the year, the names, approximate birth years, birth place, likely residence place and other expected details. (The more the better with a common name; try to include spouse/parents/children/siblings as applicable, and perhap an occupation to ensure I locate the right household). Many thanks, Heather
red mail Markham/Lee Great Woolstone
Looking for information on families descended from Joseph Markham and Ann Lee who were married in Great Woolstone in 1838. Their children were born in the towns of Rugby, Wolverhampton and Nuneaton. Joseph Markham was shown on census reports as an engine driver and he died in 1895 in Buckinghamshire. Two of his daughters were married and their married names were Miller and Peters. His sons married women with the surnames Gavin, Dowley and Edwards.

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