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red mail William Elderfield
I am looking for any details of Willaim Elderfield, born c. 1815 in Bradfield. He married Elizabeth Green, of Bucklebury, in 1839 in the Reading area. Any information will be gratefully received.
red mail John Tegg 1828
I am looking for details of John tegg born 1828 in Englefield who married Elizabeth bennett of Inkpen. He is connected to Bradfield. He had 2 daughters Elizabeth and Lucy.
red mail Bradfield / Theale
I am anxious to find anyone researching the Parsons family from 1783 onwards especially connection with Green and Sumner families. Many thanks
red mail Bowley/Childs/Quelch
John Bowley married Sarah Quelch 1800. Following Sarah's and dau Elizabeth's death in 1801 he married Martha Childs in Tidmarsh. Children:John 1803, Ann & Jane 1806, Mary 1808, Sarah 1809, Joseph 1812, James 1814, Charlotte 1819, Edward 1821. all bap Bradfield. Any help much appreciated!
red mail Bradfield Methodist graveyard
I am doing the family history of the graveyard of the chapel at Tutts Clump, Bradfield and would be interested to hear from anyone who might have a connection
red mail LEWENDON- BRADFIELD/FRILSHAM/BUCKLEBURY BERKS.
WILLIAM LEWENDON FROM WELLHOUSE,HAMSTEAD NORRISS BORN ABOUT 1812 ...MARRIED HARRIET from BUCKLEBURY ABOUT 1836/37.ANYONE KNOW HER MAIDEN NAME ? ....FRANCIS HENRY LEWENDON BORN AROUND 1878- PARENTS THOMAS AND EMMA MARRIED 1857 (born Lewendon also). BROTHERS WALTER ISAAC,ALBERT HENRY GEORGE. FRANCIS (MY G GRANDFATHER)FOUGHT IN THE BOER WAR THEN LIVED IN INDIA. HE BECAME CHIEF OF POLICE OF BIHAR.HE MARRIED STELLA COOPER(1ST HUSBAND COOPER DON'T KNOW HER MAIDEN NAME). ANY interest or INFO WOULD BE GREAT ! MANY THANKS ANY INFO
WITHERINGTON
I am researching the family of CHARLES WITHERINGTON who farmed at Bradfield. His son, also Charles, later owned and ran SONNING MILL where I understand they also ran a small business baking biscuits. I have extensive researches and happy to share with anyone who is connected to this family in any way.
red mail Bradfield School & Coachmen
I am very interested to learn about the early days of a Bradfield Schoolmisyress by the name of Mary Dawson. She died in 1839. Her husband Lawrence was a Gardener but their sons became Coachmen, and I would like to know something more about Coachmen and their general duties. Can anyine please help? Are their any Books, Records or Maps available?
red mail BRADFIELD SCHOOLMISTRESS
I am trying to find more details about a Dawson family of BRADFIELD. John Dawson was Christened there on the 23rd October 1808, the son of 'Larance' & Mary Dawson. I now have two Death certificates - John Dawson, a Gardener, who died in Bradfield 18th January 1839,aged 77, Mary his wife was the informant. Then there is Mary Dawson's death 19th November 1839, the informant was Elizabeth Nash 'X'. Mary is described as Schoolmistress. The early Dawson's were Gardeners, but their son John (1808) became a Coachman (something else I would like to learn more about) and moved to Hampstead, Middlesex where he married. I know there are no Dawson marriages for Bradfield but there were other births and, I assume, deaths. I would very much like to find out more about the Parish and in particular the School. If there is anyone who can help or point me in the right direction where to obtain information I would be extremely grateful. Because of age and disability I am not able to visit Record Offices but, publications or CD's would be a great help. Thank you
red mail MORLAND
I am interested in the Morland family in Bradfield,Bucklebury, West Ilsley, Burghfield areas of Berkshire. Any information gratefully received
red mail Pither,
Any connection with the Pither's of Reading and the coach building industory, including Bradfield, Shinfield, Beenham, Tilehurt, Swallowfield etc


 
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