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George Bushel & Jane Troy
Would welcome any help on George Bushel 1855-1910 married to Jane Troy 1855-1896, George remarried later. Was hoping to find a little more on George's family. I understand that George's Father was Henry and Henry's wife was Elixabeth Chumbley (from George's birth certificate) can't seem to find any dates for Henry & Elizabeth. Also keen to find out any information on the Troys, I understand that Jane's father is James and Mother is Mary but struggling with Mary's maiden name both were born in Woodford, can't find any dates for James and Mry either. Any help would be gratefully received.
red mail shilling boath
pleased to receive any info. re. boath(scottish) or bushell(local essex) known to have lived in woodford mid 40's.family moved to kent.
red mail Witham Family in Smeaton Road
Looking for info on the Witham/whitham family living in smeaton Road
red mail Charlotte Dockrill/Dockerill
Charlotte Dockrill/Dockerill born c1804 Woodford Bridge,Essex. Looking for any information on her family. Married William Hall of Bristol in 1828 at St John's, Havering-atte-Bower, Essex. Lived in Romford until about 1840. Moved to the Midlands by 1841.
red mail MACKNEY and BARTON
Is there anyone out there with any connection or information on MACKNEY family. Mary MACKNEY married William BARTON in 1829. Thomas MACKNEY married Jane BARTON in 1825. Both marriages took place at Woodford. The families lived Chigwell/Woodford/Woodford Bridge. I am a descendant of Mary and William and would love to hear from anyone who can shed some light on the MACKNEY family. Thanks
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tracing family buckle and beaven in woodford


 
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