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red mail WEEDON family 18th Century
My g-g-g-grandfather Samuel WEEDON was born in Abbots Langley 1788/89, son of John and Elizabeth. He had younger siblings Hannah, Charlotte, Elizabeth and Susanna. There were also a number of children born in the village prior to Samuel with father John Weedon who may or may not be siblings (no mother's name given). I am unable to identify or find any marriage for parents John and Elizabeth. Weedon was quite a comon surname in the village in the 18th century. Would like to get in touch with anyone with similar interests.
Appreciate any feedback on my G/Grandfather ALFRED REIS WINTER (b) abt 1854 Bristol who m MARIA ALPASS April 1877 Gloucestershire. He is listed 1881 Cenus as a Police Constable. In the 1891, 1901, & 1911 census he is listed as a Detective Inspector Railways. Have searched records via Metro Police & others to find him to no avail. He is listed 1911 census as visiting his daughter EMILY MARIA EVERITT, her husband HARRY & her son CRYIL FREDERICK STEPHEN PRIDGEON from first marriage. Alfred m OLIVE M VALLANCE IN 1926 @ Newton Abbott, Devon 1926 after his wife MARIA dies in New Zealand without Alfred. It appears he remained in England whilst his wife MARIA emigrated to New Zealand to join her other siblings. He died @ Watford 1930 aged 76. Can anyone shed any light on any of the above information & share any pictures they may have of him. I would be most grateful for any clues. MaryBeth, New Zealand
red mail Bales
Any information on any Bales member would be a great help,have got Henry 1851 who later ended up at Croydon Surrey.thank you.
red mail James Kingham
Looking for any information about James Kingham who according to a census, may have been born about 1802 in Abbots Langley.
red mail Dickenson Family Abbotts Langley from1798
Looking for Descendants of Thomas Dickenson and Ann Judge. I believe my GGGrandfather Thomas b.1814/15 may have been the illigitimate son of Amelia their first daughter. Can anyone tell me if she died young or married. On his Army records Thomas is stated as his father but I do know by the IGI records that he had a son born in 1816 who lived and was in later Census records. My Thomas went to live in Derbyshire married and died there. His birth record could be in Kings Langley.
red mail Howard
Am looking for more info on John Howard, wife Mary Ann, sons George b 1852, Thomas b 1857, Alfred b 1866, Joseph b 1871. John was an agriculture labourer. Thomas married Hannah Puddefoot, children - Issac,Elizabeth,Harry,Louis,Nancy(Annie), May(Martha),Mary,Lily. Lily was my grandmother. Thanks, Pam
red mail HOW Ann
Ann was one of thirteen children born to George How (bap 11 Sep 1785 in Abbots Langley) and Ann Kimpton (bap 1786 in Abbots Langley). Ann was baptised on 23 Apr 1826 in Abbots Langley and had a daughter, Susan, at Gallow's Hill on 17 Oct 1849. Ann moved to London and eventually became the partner of Alexander Mitchell, having further children with him. Any information on this family would be gratefully received.
red mail Green / Clarke / Hall / Bullock
CECIL WILLIAM GREEN b. 8 Feb 1860 in Waterside, Abbots Langley. Son of WILLIAM GREEN (b.1832 Berkhampsted) & ALICE CLARKE (b. Winchelsea). CECIL WILLIAM married KESIA LAURA HALL (b. 1857 St John, Canada) and by 1891 was living in ACTON Middlesex. They had 2 children ALICE A. GREEN (b. abt 1885) and CECIL WILLIAM GREEN (b. 3 July 1893) - my grandfather. CECIL WILLIAM Senior has 3 brother - CHARLES HORACE GREEN (b. abt 1861, Tansor Lodge, Tansor), FREDERICK ARTHUR GREEN (b. abt 1863, Tansor. Married SUSAN MAJOR BULLOCK, 2 children MARY GREEN b. abt 1889 & FREDERICK W. GREEN b. abt 1891) & ROBERT GREEN (b. 13 Aug 1866, married FANNIE M., 2 children WILLIAM AUCKLAND G. GREEN b. abt 1896 & ROBERT HENRY GREEN b. abt 1900) I would really appreciate any further information on any members of this family or their descendants.
William BREED married Ann MONK (1778), 9 children, one (Thomas) of whom married Mary MEAD. They had 8 children, one (Henry) of whom was my g/grandfather. Any information on these families would be appreciated.
red mail Buckoke family.
My great grandmother was Kate Buckoke, lived in Breakspear Road. Born Kate Freeman around 1870. Any links welcome!
red mail King Edward III GGGGG grand daughter
Helen Daie b.1522 married Robert Child c.1543 had son 1553 Henry Child of Langleybury who married Helen Cogdell 1571. Anyone have more info that we can swap on these families.
red mail Martindale
Any information about the Martindale family of Abbots Langley much appreciated. James b c1800. Mark b c1821
red mail Haywood and Lowe
Am researching family tree for Hawood and Lowe. William Haywood born Bakewell, Derbyshire 1841 and Elizabeth Lowe born 1842, Kirkby in Ashfield. Their children Henry Herbert, born in Kirkby and Frederick, Louisa, Frank, Earnest William born in Rickmansworth and Arthur born n abbots Langley. Please contct me if you think this information matches your family history.
red mail John Augustus Frederick
I can provide information on Australasian Descendants of John Augustus Frederick and Ann Catherine Dowse, but would welcome learning about ancestry of John Augustus
red mail SHEPHERD and DOUSE
I'm looking for information on the parents and siblings of Samuel SHEPHERD (or Sheppard) born @Shenley, Hertfordshire 1841 and his wife Hannah DOUSE born @ Bedmond 1848 and christened at Abbots Langley. They were married at Abbots Langley Dec 1864 and later lived in various parts of Middlesex, the northern part of London.
I am looking for Christopher Johns b.1843 LADBURY, HERTFORD. married to Mary(Boswell) in Buckingham, where he was a Victualler. I believe his father's name was also Christopher JOHNS. His grandfather was Johnathon JOHN-Priest, and later a bishop.
red mail John Dowce
Am seeking further information re the Dowce/Dowse family of Abbots Langley. I am descended from Ann Catherine Margaret Dowce and her husband John Augustus Frederick/Friedrich, who was christened at St Martins-in-the-Fields, Westminster 29 March 1778.They were married at St Martins-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 25 October 1804. Ann was listed as the daughter of Michael Dowce and Ann, nee Russell, who married Saint Bride, Fleet Street, London, 18 June 1775. According to IGI Michael Dowce was christened 17 October 1742, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire, the son of John Dowce (IGI) and Mary Shepherd who were married in Abbots Langley 18 December 1730. One of Michael's brothers was John Dowce (Jnr), christened 14 November 1733 (IGI), Abbots Langley.At least two, possible three of John and Ann Frederick's children emigrated to Tasmania in the 1830s, and descendants are resident there and predominantly southern New Zealand. Hoping for any further information of the children of John Dowce and Mary, nee Shepherd, who continued to reside in Hertfordshire, or greater England.
red mail Payne
My great great grandmother, Anne Payne, was born in Abbots Langley in 1866. Probably Bedmont, that's what she embroidered on her sampler when she was 8.
red mail Sir Thomas Armstrong
Sir Thomas and his family lived in Abbots Langley in the late 1800s. He was Director of what is now the Victoria and Albert Museum, in London. The memorial to his son, in the local church, was designed by him. His wife was Alice Mary BRINE. I wouldlike to know more about her. She and Thomas married at the British Embassy in Paris, France. Sir Thomas died in 1911. All three Armstrong family members are buried at the Abbots Langley church, along with Sir Thomas' brother.

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