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red mail Rev Charles Lucas Reay
Looking for any information on the Rev Charles Lucas Reay. He was the son of a Liverpool merchant. He was the vicar of Swanburne. He died in New Zealand in 1847. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail loveridge,
james loveridge married mary anstee(widow) on 4th June 1827 .Does anybody know who her previous husband was?
red mail Mary Gray
Can someone please tell me who Mary Gray was who married James Chantrill Jr. in 1732. I found his birth record in Drayton Parslow where it said that his father was a Laborer.
book about Swanbourne village.
Would anyone be interested in a book about Swanbourne?. The book is titled A HISTORY OF AN ANGLO SAXON TOWN. Author is a man called Ken Reading and it has 139 pages in hard back copy. This book is a lovely book , condition like new.It gives details of the village houses and contains pictures of places in both colour and black and white.I do not want payment for this book, as I would like to offer it to someone with connections to Swanbourne. I would prefer it to go to someone living in the Uk if possible.
red mail WILLIAMSON / STEVENS / STONE / KING
My WILLIAMSON family resided in Swanbourne from the earliest I can find is 1781 until my gggreatgrandfather went to Ballan, Australia in the mid 1800's. I feel that most likely his siblings did not venture to Australia. Robert John Steven(s) WILLIAMSON was born in Swanbourne in 1822. He married Sarah WHITE also in Swanbourne 1851. Roberts father was James Adams WILLIAMSON born Swanbourne 1781 who married Mary STEVENS in Soulbury 1805. James father was also James born Newport Pagnell and he married Elizabeth STONE in 1780. This James father was Shadrack WILLIAMSON also born Newport Pagnell and married Elizabeth KING. My WILLIAMSON family in Buckinghamshire go back to 1688. Robert had 13 brothers and sisters and it would be nice to make connection with some of those descendents
red mail Feasey
Seeking info on Feasy/Feasey/Fesey of Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. William Feasey b.c1774 d.1847 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. m. Alice Dimock b.c1774 Wing, Buckinghamshire, England. d.1847 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. m.1795 Wing, Buckinghamshire, England. Issue: Sarah Feasey b.c1799 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. d.1867 Leopold, Victoria, Australia. Mary Feasy b.c1802 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. d.1860 Geelong, Victoria, Australia. John Fesey b.c1805 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. d.1806 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England. Thomas Fesey b.c1807 Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England.
red mail Yates, Swanbourne
I am descended from the Yates family from Swanbourne. Other connected names, Spooner, Matthews, Cadd. Would love to hear from other descendents.
red mail Friday Family
I have traced my husband's family back to James Friday of Swanbourne in Bucks. His parents were Thomas Friday and Ann Bourton, Thomas' parents were William and and Hannah. William died 1784. I believe James' brother William Burton Friday and family were the ones who may have gone to Australia. All other Fridays in Swanbourne in the 1850's were girls. I shall continue my research into the family, I believe William may have come from nearby Hillesdon also in Bucks. James moved to the Nuneaton area of Warwickshire and married Hannah Ford. The whole of this family were ribbon weavers in Bedworth then Coventry. Their son Amos Ford Friday (seems to be a tradition of using the mother's surname)also from Cov, had a daughter Edith, who married George Harrold who in turn had a daughter Daisy Born 1920 and the youngest, whose son is my husband!They all live in Coventry except us. Would love to hear from the Australians!!Please reply. Heather
GURNETT
I am researching the GURNETT family of Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire.
red mail Palmer-Pickering-Hedges-Cutler-Stevens
Seeking info on the daughters of James PALMER (b. 1778 in Westwall, Oxfordshire County) and Rachel Sophia PICKERING (b. 1790). In 1809, James & Sophia were married in Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire. Their daughters were Jane (b.1809),Maria (b. 1811), Frances Rachel (b.1813), Sarah Sophia (b. 1816) and Emma (b. 1818). Much more is known about their two sons, Samuel James (b.1821) and Charles (b.1825). Charles is my g-g grandfather who, in 1857, married Ann Cutler Hedges (from Stewkley) in Swanbourne. In 1853, James Palmer died in Winslow District, Buckinghamshire; the exact year of Rachel's death is unknown.
red mail Harris Arnet Turner
My 4 X gt grandparents were William Harris and Rebekkah Arnet, they were married at Swanbourne 26th June 1760, Rebekkah's parents were William Arnet & Mary Turner who married Swanbourne 29th September 1726. Would be interested to hear from anyonewho had ancestors in Swanbourne in the 1700s
Friday Family
Looking for and descendants of the Friday family from Swanbourne Buckinghamshire. Some of the family stayed in England while my part came to Australia in 1855. Other names associated with the FRIDAY family are COLE, BOURTON, CARTER and ROSE Looking for contact with any part of the family.


 
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