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red mail Grove House Academy, Brill
My gg grandfather was the schoolmaster here at the beginning of the 18th century. Any details of this school would be appreciated.
red mail Anstiss of Brill
The Anstiss family I am connected to date back to John Anstiss who lived in Brill and married Susannah Hunt also Brill. I cannot trace his birth in this village and would love to find out where he was born. John was the landlord of The Red Lion and as such is mentioned on a summary of the pubs history in the bar. I would love a copy of this article if possible.
Probets of Brill
Looking for any information on my husband's family,it's believed George Probets c1768 came originally from Wales, he married Charlotte Low born 1771 in Brill
red mail Paynter Family
I am looking for any Paynters in the Brill and surrounding area. Thomas and Frederick were living at Kiln Yard circa 1909
red mail parsons of Brill
I am researching the PARSONS family that lived in Brill in the late 1700 and thru the 1800s. Main names are Thomas James, William and Henry. Wives names, Catherine,Ann, Mary and Amelia. They owned Parsons Mill and much property around the area. One Catherine was a Nurse, another a Baker and I think the baker is my line. Males were Millers and Farmers. Have done much research on this family and willing to share
red mail GREGORY sisters of Brill
Mary and Jane Gregory married brothers John and William Willgoss of Aylesbury. Does anyone know of the girls' parentage?
red mail Buzzell/lle
Looking for any info on Richard Buzzell(derivation of)born in Brill 1825. He married Eliza and they soon moved to London. Have plenty of info for later years but need more from the Bucks. aspect. Willing to share what I have.
red mail George Simmons, Schoolmaster
I am trying to find out more about my GG grandfather, George Simmons, and his parents (his father was William Simmons and was a Druggist) George was born in Thame, Oxfordshire 1810/11. His first wife was Mary Donnington. When she died in 1839 he married Jane (nee Izzard) at St George's Church, Hanover Square in London in 1841. His occupation was noted as schoolmaster. Their first two children Jane and Rebecca were born in Buckinghamshire between 1842 and 1845. Their seven other children, were born in London after 1846. Was he working at the village school in Brill before 1841 and up to c1846?
red mail CLINCH of BRILL
I should be pleased to make contact with anyone with knowledge of the CLINCH family of Brill and surroundings...
red mail Hall family of Brill
Richard Hall and Eliza Brown married Bletchingdon 14 Oct. 1823. First 2 children, (Richard & my great grandfather John Hollier Hall) born Kirtlington Oxfordshire. Ann Elizabeth, Thomas, Harriet, William, Anthony, Elizabeth, & Joseph were born Brill. Great grandfather John Hollier Hall emigrated to Michigan USA in the 1850s with wife Harriet POLLARD of Dorton. Great great grandmother Eliza Hall, nee Brown, married John Shurrock after death of her husband Richard in 1840. She was 20 years older than John Shurrock when they married. Eliza is puzzling because she gives several maiden names on various documents. These are Wharton, Brown, & Mortimore. I would like to find out more about her. Am interested in hearing from anyone with ties to the Halls of Brill.
red mail Hall
My G-Grandfather, Thomas Hall was born in Brill c1864. His parents were Thomas Hall and wife Alice Partington. He was a Chelsea Pensioner who worked as a postman, and she was a lacemaker. Alice was born in Lancashire.Any info appreciated.
red mail Bunyans of Brill
My great gran Ellen Bunyan (Nellie) was born in Brill Bucks. At 2 years old she was in the Union Workhouse Thame with her family. Does anyone have any info on them?


 
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