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red mail Medieval HANSLOPE
I am interested to have contact from anyone who knows of: A) the pre-1700's history of the GAUDERN family of Northants B)the history of the Fil-Frane's, (Osulf Fil-Frane) lord of GAYHURST which is adjacent to HANSLOPE. C) the history of the "De Hamslape's" including Michaelis de Hamslape who was warden of Rockingham Castle 1104-06.
red mail Charlotte Hall nee who?
There were 5 Charlottes born in Hanslope at the time of the Charlotte, who married Robert Hall from Brandesburton, the surnames were Cook, Denton, Tite and Carvel, the fifth does not fit the circumstances. Do you know of a Charlotte who married a Robert Hall, if so reply to this entry. Thankyou.
red mail Slade
I am trying to trace the Slade family going back to a Father Richard, the father of "Richard of Giant Strength" located at Green End Farm. His siblings were: Mary, Susan, and William (who married Dorothy Dawson), and his children were Charlotte, William, John, Charles and Edward. Any info would be great.
red mail Stonton or Stantons
looking for any details of the Stonton (or Stanton)/ Gregory/Bavington/Holloway Families of Hanslope.
red mail Brownsell
I am following the main line of Brownsell but also have Hawkes/Hakes, Caves, Webb, Herbert and in fact anyone who would be interested in sharing their Hanslope trees. I have 6 generations from 1790 to late 1800 and have mapped not only direct lines but many others which covers over 50 names.
red mail Whitehead's
Looking for info on Whitehead they lived in Hanslope prior to c1874 when most if not all of them moved to Riddings in Derbyshire. I have James b1848 married to Sarah Ann Herbert they had children John, Elizabeth both born in Hanslope they had more children born to them in Riddings
red mail Ann Perry, Hanslope, Bucks
I am looking for the parents and siblings of Ann Perry born 1803 in Hanslope, Bucks. Ann was in London by 1828 married to George Vernon b 1800 Clerkenwell and had just given birth to my 2x great grandmother Ann Elizabeth in Clerkenwell. To my knowledge she had 2 siblings and perhaps more. James George b 1830 Clerkenwell and Eliza b 1836 also in Clerkenwell. Any help/info would be gratefully received.
red mail Elliot(t)s
I'm interested in an Elliot(t) family that lived in Hanslope from approx 1720 to 1840.
HAKES
I am trying to trace any descendants of the HAKES family who were prominent in Hanslope in the mid 1700's .Geoff
red mail Brownsells/Brownsills
I am researching Brownsills/Brownsells at Hanslope. I have 120 on my tree marrying various local Hanslope people. My tree starts with Richard and Jane c1755. Would be pleased to hear from anyone with same interests, Thank you, paul
Askew family in Buckinghamshire
Seeking any information about Askew family in Hanslope or Fenny Stratford, Bucks. Elizabeth Askew born 1815,died 1878, unmarried? - her children were Ellen, Joseph & John.
Gregorys of Hanslope
I am researching the Gregorys of Hanslope for my family tree and would welcome any assistance. Charles Gregory married Mary Ann Stonton in 1861. They had 12 children and moved to Crewe in about 1880.Other family names included PANTER;BAVINGTON and BROWNSILL.thanks, Rose
red mail Nichols
My ancestor Elizabeth Nichols was born in Hanslope in about 1840. She married Isaac Hale in St Pancras in 1866 and they had three sons, James, Isaac and Harry. Would like info about Hanslope or the Nichols family
red mail Hanslope, Bucks - Gost(e)low family
My grandfather Harry Gostelow was born in Back Street in 1877. His mother Jane Nichols died in 1879 and Harry was raised by grandparents James & Hannah Nichols. Interested in any associated family (Nichols, Fawson, Cowley,Emerton). Variants include Gostellow and Gostlow.
red mail Require Information - Amos Family.
I am trying to trace the family of Thomas Amos born 1827, Married to Ann Garratt in 1848 they had twelve children. One child Edwin Amos born 1866 and his wife Annie had a daughter Frances Lizzie (may have been called Tessa) born 1888 in Hanslope. I am looking for information on Frances Lizzie Amos who married Leslie Albert Dover in 1909. They had three children, Alfred born 1910, Grovenor born 1911 and Barbara born 1912 I would appreciate any information on this family I believe that Leslie Albert Dover and Lizzie Frances seperated in about 1912/13. What hapened to Frances Lizzie Dover (Amos) and her children? If you can help please contact me.
Slade Families Of Hanslope
I am wanting to make contact with any descendants of these families. They lived at Green End Farm. Am trying to find out more information on Richard Slade d1838 and his wife Hannah Clark, possibly from Berkshire?
Cox Families Of Hanslope
I am looking for any information on the Cox (Cock) Families from Hanslope. As they may connect to my family member which I have. The son of Samuel Cox and Susannah Parkes John Cox enlisted in the first New South Wales Army Corps in the 102 Regiment. A Regiment specially formed to go to Australia to help with the convicts. He arrived on the Pitt into Port Jackson in 1792. Any information on the families below would be very much appreciated. Samuel Cox and wife Susannah Parkes married 1762 Hanslope they had seven children. Joseph Cox and Ann Jennings married 1723 Hanslope they had fifteen children. Joseph Cox and Elizabeth Unknown married abt 1691 Hanslope they had nine children. John Cocks and Mary Backous married 1656 Hanslope they had five children. Many branches from these families hoping to find more information. Regards Sandra


 
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