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Ambrosden Oxfordshire
Ambrosden was the camp of Ambrosius Aurelianus, the last of the great Romans, summoned here by the despairing Britons to drive back the invading Saxons. There is a glowing picture of him in our first British h... more
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red mail Warren, Amrosden
I am trying to trace Ethel Warren who was born in Middlesex in about 1882. I believe she may have lived in Ambrosden in in Oxfordshire at some time. All help welcome.
red mail ORSBORN
Marriages Dec 1841 (>99%) ---------- FORTNUM Harriet Banbury 16 51 ORSBORN George Banbury 16 51 ON MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE A CARPENTER LIVING IN BANBURY FATHER JOHN ORSBORN A LABOURER HARRIET FORTNUM LIVING IN SWALCLIFFE FATHER WILLIAM FORTNUM GROCER WITNESSED BY WILLIAM REEVES OR REEVER AND ELIZABETH LAWRENCE IT SAYS BOTH OF FULL AGE I also found this in london-gazette WHEREAS a Petition of George Orsborn, now and for one year and nine months last past or thereabouts residing in Coventry-street, Southam, in the county of Warwick, during the last six weeks of that period being out of business, and during the remainder of the same period there carrying on the businesses of an Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker, Paper Hanger, Broker and Furniture Dealer, previously residing in Bridge-street South, in Banbury, in the county of Oxford, being au Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker, Broker, and Furniture Dealer, part of the time having a Shop in Coventry-street, Southam aforesaid, and formerly of Broad-street, Banbury aforesaid, and being an Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker, Broker, and Furniture Dealer, and during all the time aforesaid occasionally letting lodgings, an insolvent debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Warwickshire, at Southam, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said George Orsborn, under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said George Orsborn is hereby required to appear before the said Court, on the 25th day of October next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according .to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors' assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said George Orsborn, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. George Spraggett, the Assistant Clerk of the said Court, at the County Court office, in Southam, the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent.
red mail Harriet Orsborn
Births Dec 1844 -------- ORSBORN Harriet Banbury 16 3 1871 census ORSBORN HARRIET 26 Warwick, Warwick 1891 census ORSBORN HARRIET 46 Leamington, Warwick Deaths Mar 1918 Orsborn Harriet 73 Warwick 6d 856
Any information on Robert Munday married 1762 Ambrosden Oxfordshire to Elizabeth Gooding - daughter Hannah Munday born around 1751 Berkshire - spouse James Tucker
red mail Bullock of Bletchington
Looking for any Bullock descendents with roots in Bletchington.
red mail Eldridge of Ambrosden
Looking for any descendents of John Eldridge and Sarah Alley. John and his descendents were the village carpenters and wheelwrights. Some of the family later moved into Bicester and beyond.
red mail Orsborn Banbury Ambrosden Swalcliffe
Have you any of these in your famliy tree? Sarah Susanna Orsborn and David Thomas Hyam born <1844> married <1861>… 8 Children… David Thomas Hyam b <1868>… Ellen Elizabeth Hyam born<1869>…George Osborn Hyam born <1872>…Edward Hyam born <1873>…Sarah Hyam born <1875>…Eliza Hyam born <1877> Lucy Hyam born <1878>…Alice Hyam born <1879>, get in touch if you have. Fortnum William Fortnum who was a grocer by trade,He may have been born late 1700's his daughter Harriet the only child i know of so far as i am doing another family line at present, she was born abt <1820> married George Orsborn 1841 certificate puts them both as full age any information no matter how small please. Many thanks.
red mail ALDRIDGE
Any information on Frances Aldridge who m John Alley in Ambrosden in 1772? Would be pleased to hear from anyone connected. Thanks.
William Turner who m Martha Alley in 1797. Any info on his ancestry would be very helpful. Thanks.
Can anyone tell me about this family who have the surname 'Alley or Leverett'? before 1696. Thomas bn August 1696 had son John Alley in 1741 and surname seems to be Alley therefafter for this line - but how did it arise? Thomas' father Johannis Alley or Leverett was born in Bicester in 1668 I think. Any info would be very helpful. Thanks.
red mail Orsborn 's of Ambrosden , Banbury, Southam,
William Orsborn Born approx 1743-4 William Orsborn Married Mary---- in approx 1764. 2 Children so far could be more, William Orsborn born Ambrosden 1766 John Orsborn born Ambrosden 1770 (Do not know which one is the father yet of John Orsborn below but it more than lightly could be John) John Orsborn… Born 1791 Ambrosden John Orsborn and Mary Fawdry Marriage 1812 Children George Orsborn Birth 1820 George Orsborn married Harriot Fortnum Birth 1820 on the 18th October 1841 4 Children.......... Sarah Susanna Orsborn Born 15th November 1842 in Banbury......... Harriot Orsborn Born 10th October 1844 in Banbury........ George William Orsborn born 2nd July 1847 in Banbury........ and Silas Orsborn born 1st February 1852 in Southam.. Silas Orsborn. Married Sarah? Born1853..... 3 Children.... Christopher Orsborn Born 1878... Edith M Orsborn Born 1886... Charles J T Orsborn Born 1888 Any information On Silas's Family would be welcome i have information on George William Orsborn and Harriot Orsborn . I have no information On Sarah Susanna Orsborn does anyone have any information on her is she in your family tree anywhere did she marry at all and have children or like Harriot Orsborn stay a spinster?

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