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John Saunders born 1768 in Chilton Married Ann Pinfold born about 1768. John Saunders born 1783 in Chilton Married Anne Moulder Born in Chilton, My Question is, are ann Pinfold and Anne Moulder the same person. Is there anyone out there with Knowledge of These two Family's who can help solve my problem.
red mail William Field possibly born Buckinghamshire
Hi, I am looking for information for a friend of mine as follows:- William Field married Sarah Smith in 1767 in Chilton Buckingham, England. I am particularly interested in when and where he was born, and judging by when he got married I assume he could have been born c. 1745 and this could have been in Chilton, Ickford, Shabbington or out of the area completely. If anyone has any ideas, I would be delighted to hear from you. Regards, Alan.
red mail Jones
looking for any info on (John) Jones family who farmed at Grounds Farm (or Chilton Grounds) from 1890's onwards, any help much appreciated!
red mail Smith
Seeking info on Henry Smith who married Charlotte Banwell in 1838 in Chilton
red mail Crook or Croke
Interested in any information on the Croke family from Chilton. Have photos of the Croke cript at the church also other paper work concerning this family from 1500 = 1680.
red mail William Harris
William Harris was born in approximately 1823. His birthplace is given as Chilton, Bucks in the 1861 census, but Long Crendon in the 1881 and 1901 censuses. He was an ag. lab. Any info most welcome.


 
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