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red mail TREDWELL / WEHLISCH
I'm trying to trace the descendants of Richard A W Wehlisch who was married firstly to Selina Bubb and than Emily Elizabeth Tredwell. Emily and Richard had one child Louise W Wehlisch whom is my grandfather and his descendants are all in Australia. Richard and Selina we believe had 3 girls and 1 boy, we know one girl (Lillian) married an artist lived and died in USA. The boy (Albert) we think he may also have gone to live in USA but there was never any mention of him in paperwork we have. One of the other girls (Ethel May Wehlisch) believe she died in 1948 still single but what happened to the third girl (Beatrice Maud Lena Wehlisch) is a real mystery to us. I know my grandfather Louis refered to Ethel, Beatrice & Lilly as his sisters but again no mention of Albert. Would really love to track down some family members for my aging father, son of Louis Wehlisch
red mail Brown/Reeves
I am looking for the parents of Henry Brown born 1817 in Marlow, marriage 01 May 1837 Lane End Bucks to Elizabeth Reeves b. 1817 died 1883 - her parents? Seeking connection with Elizabeth Reeves b. 1876 sister Ethel Reeves b. 1880, my grandmother. They all lived in Bourne End, Wooburn, Bucks. All help really will be appreciated, thank you.
red mail Wooburn Mary Marks
Doing family tree ..Mary Marks born 1847 wooburn looking for brothers sisters and parents names and ages..and any other good useful info..many thnaks John
red mail Henry Saunders 1797- 1849?
Looking for connections to Henry married to Sarah - 9 children eldest Ann. Thanks Jil
BUTLER... HEARN
Looking for a connection to my Great Grandfather William Henry BUTLER, who was born in Wooburn 1823. He was married and widowed before marrying my Great Grandmother Amelia HEARN. I know nothing of his early life in Wooburn or who his first wife was...He had an older brother named John born appox. 1811, his father was also called John. Thank you.
red mail Parish record look up please
Trying to find details of the Mary Ann ??? who married my 3 x gt g'father, Thomas Piggott. She was born about 1805 in Wooburn per census records so may have married there, probably c.1829. Can anyone help look up the records please? Thank you Pauline
red mail Glory Paper Mill
I am looking for some information concerning the Glory Paper Mill. Photographs, details about the type of jobs there, the history of the mill etc.; any info. would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.
red mail alice e howes
alice was born in 1853 in wooburn bucks. married fred procter died in windsor berks 1946.i am looking for any relatives of alice.
red mail Glory Mill
William Fellows, onetime owner of Glory Mill.Info about mill also of interest
red mail Wooburn Families
several branches of my family lived in Wooburn, I am trying to locate anyone who can provide info on Wheeler, Stevens, Rockell, Briggs, Glisby, Gibson.
red mail Hearne and Grow Families of Wooburn.
My Great Grandfather was born in Wooburn in 1832 or 1842.I have found on the IGI a record of a James Hearn being Christened in the Bethel Chapel Cors End Independent Wooburn in 1832 and his parents are named as Francis Hearn and Mary Grow.Any info about francis and Mary may be of great help in my Family tree Research.I always believed James to be Born in 1832 so he may have been Christened when he was 10 years old.
red mail Martin in Wooburn
Hi I looking for any info on Mark Martin and Family of Wooburn. Sheila.
red mail Twitchen in Wooburn
Hi I looking for any info on the Twitchen of Wooburn. Sheila.
red mail Miles Family/Paper making/ Glory Mill ?
I believe I found the IGI record for my ggg grandfather David Miles christening. Birth date given as 6 oct 1817 and christening 17 Nov 1817. Parents named as Thomas Miles and Jane. Bethel Chapel Cores End Independant, Wooburn, Buckingham England. Anyone have any connection to Miles family in this area. I believe they were all employed in the papermaking industry. Possibly at the old Glory Mill which I think was situated in Wooburn. On David's marriage certificate both his father Thomas and the brides father have the occupation "paper maker". In 1841 on the census the bride Mary, is a rag cutter, rags being part of the paper making process I have subsequently learnt.


 
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