CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
Browse Entries

Great Oakley Essex
Store this place
Old Map of Great Oakley
Street Map of Great Oakley
Places within
1-20 of 20

Entries around

red mail Ollis - Great Oakley - 1800 until today
Have traced family way back. Trying to trace any living relatives.
red mail JACKSON, CARTER 1800s
Isaac JACKSON + Ann CARTER. Children: Isaac and Alfred JACKSON.
red mail Gooch/Salmon
Would welcome any information regarding the Gooch/Salmon families of Gt Oakley/ Stones Green 1800 onwards.In particular, Charles Gooch b 1808 Wix, died 1872. And 2nd wife Ann Salmon 1828- 1892. His 1st wife was Sarah Smith, b 1808 died 1841.
ANY information on Thomas Cooper born c1815. He also went by Thomas Cooper-Keeble. Married to a Mary Ann, occupation Bricklayer. Had some 11 children at Great Oakley between 1841 & 1862. Lived at 53 Colchester Road in 1871. Thanks
red mail Scruttons of Stone Hall Farm
Any information prior to 1775
britton family-great oakley
looking for info on britton family of great oakley, essex. My family (Britton) left there around 1840 for Kent. I have traced back to 1780's in Great Oakley/wix area.
red mail Wrycraft
I'm interested in any information about the Wrycraft family from Great Oakley, but what I am particularly looking for is a photograph of my husband's grandfather, Bob Frederick Wrycraft (1910-1936). If anyone can help I'd be really grateful!
red mail starling
james starling, born 1818 Great Oakley Essex. husband of Mary Ann, Father to Emma born 1850(my great grandmother)
Looking for any information about the Carrington family: John and Martha and their children Ann (1812), Gemmima (1815), William (1820), Abraham (1827)- all born in Great Oakley. John and Martha later moved to Little Oakley where they lived until the 1880's.
red mail CROSBY
Any details of the Crosby family living in Great Oakley would be very much welcomed! Please please contact me!
red mail Britton family
I am looking for any info on the Britton family. My grandmother was Lily Britton who married William John Cole in 1903. I have no info on the Britton family at all.
red mail Cole Family
Looking for information on the Cole family of Great Oakley. My great grandfather was John William Cole, my grandfather was William who was married to Lily Britton. I am looking for info on the family before 1881.
red mail WICKHAM Family
Looking to share information on the WICKHAM family who resided in Lt. Oakley, Gt. Oakley, Harwich, Dovercourt and Ipswich from mid 1700 onwards.
red mail John & Mary COLE
Looking to share information on the COLE family who resided in Gt. Oakley from the 1700s.
red mail John Crosby
I'm looking for details of John Crosby who was listed as a publican & blacksmith in the 1871 census - does anyone know which pub he was landlord of? or any other details?
red mail John Cole
Looking for information on my great great grandfather John Cole who was living in Great Oakley in 1901 with his son, Ernest my great grandfther,his sons my grandfather and great uncle are called Sidney and Douglas.
red mail COWEY
Looking for information on the Cowey family of Great Oakley period 1750 to 1800
red mail LAND SURVEY
Looking for information on a Land Survey taken by school masters in Great Oakley early 1800,s
red mail Powell - Great Oakley Essex
I am looking for information on William Powell school master who married Elizabeth Cowey In August 1795 both living in Great Oakley.
I would be interested to hear from anyone with connections to the name SCOTT in Great Oakley around 1830. My GG Grandfather Henry Double married a Mary Ann Scott in Great Oakley in 1853. Mary Ann was born in Great Oakley. I would also be interested to hear if work is to be carried out on the graveyard at the Parish Church as when we visited in October it was in such a terrible state that a fox had built a den and was using the churchyard as a feeding ground. It is so overgrown that it dangerous as Essex graves have foot stones as well as headstones and these, quite literally are about a foot high and well below the height of the weeds and thickets. It was very sad to see such a wonderful church left in that way and would take just a weekend of hard work to bring it back to perfect tranquil beauty. I just wished I lived closer as I would be one of the first to volounteer for such work. Thanks Sandra

Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.