CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
 
 
Browse Entries
Home
Help



Deddington Oxfordshire
There has come into many of our village churches in our generation one of the most pathetic symbols ever brought to rest within their sacred walls, a little wooden cross. They are from the graves of men, who fe... more
 
Store this place
 
Old Map of Deddington
Street Map of Deddington
 
Places within
1-30 of 30

Entries around

red mail wilkins/stevens
im looking for information on my great grandparents joseph albert stevens (1881-1961)he was born in bloxham he married alice wilkins (1886-1966) she was born in deddington. they had a daughter winifred alice wilkins (1903-1971) my grandmother who was born out of wedlock. they had 2 other daughters gertrude was born in kings sutton. the other daughter and 2 sons were born in nuneaton.
Callow family
Hi, I am looking for any information on the Callow families from Deddington Oxfordshire from 1650s to 1900s Many thanks Pauline
red mail Deddington
I'm searching for any information on Chillingworth's, Knibbs, Arlidge/ Aldridge around the Deddington area 1600 onwards. Would appreciate any info. Thanks
red mail HENRY HARRIS/MARTHA BANBURY
I am descended from Henry Harris who married Martha Banbury in 1828 at St. George's Bloomsbury, London. Henry was baptised in Deddington 1807/1808 the son of Thomas and Mary Harris. Thomas at the time was living in the windmill. I have a mass of information from their marriage on until his death in 1897 which I would gladly share. I would particularly like to know his exact date of birth and parents as there were three sets of Thomas and Mary Harris having a Henry about this time.
red mail William Clarke
My great uncle William Clarke was born in Deddington 1861 and married Amelia Rachel Harper born 1863 in Deddington on 29-11-1883 he spent most of his working life in the army and retired in 1893. Does anyone know where and when he died.
red mail James Gibbs
Hi! I looking for a marriage between a James Gibbs and an Alice. James was born 1808 in Deddington and Alice was born about 1807 in Deddington. The family stayed in Deddington throughout all the census. The first child I found, John Gibbs, was born 1828! Please help! I am pulling my hair out! THANKS nikki
red mail Gardner of Deddington/Hook Norton
I am descended from Gardner family Hook Norton. Robert Gardner m Elizabeth Gibberd/Gibbard and then Charlotte Webb. Robert's father, William of Deddington, married Rose Gregory and then Jane Gregory and William's father, John, who married Elizabeth Benson. Would like to be in touch with anyone else following these lines.
red mail thomas harris
I am researching Thomas Harris who lived in the Windmill at or near Deddington about 1790 to 1810. I believe his wife was Mary. Any information would be gratefully received, particularly any children he might have had.
Gibbard
I am looking for any information for a marriage of Elizabeth Gibbard, to a Robert Gardner in 1816 Deddington.I would also like to know if anyone has any other information on either Robert Gardner or Elizabeth were they born in Deddington? any info on parentage on either if they were born there please. Are there any records of them after 1820? as the Robert and Elizabeth i am trying to pin down moved to Hook norton about this time. So if this couple are still in Deddington at this time then i can discount them as a possible ancestor Any information is eagerley awaited.
red mail Mainard Maynard Mainwood Mainhood
Does anyone have information on the above surnames. Were they once french and why did they change their surname. I have the family going back to Michael Mainard 1612-1662 born in Deddington.
red mail WOOLGROVE's
I have many Woolgrove's in my tree, mostly from Deddington; they are my sons ancestors. Would be happy to swap info.
red mail John Maynard c.1740
i would be very grateful if anybody out there has any info on johns parents, edward and elizabeth? or indeed any info on any maynard/mainard/mainwood in the period upto 1750 living in the area from deddington to adderbury.
red mail Bowler Family
The Bowler Family was living in Deddington in 1917 when the boys, Cyril and Jack drowned at Bloxham. The mother, Alice, was a child of the Turner family. The grandmother was born Louisa Colman. They lived at the Firs some of the time.
red mail sykes
Im looking for information on anybody who came from Deddington related to the Sykes family, Henry and Martha,Joseph and Emma Williams,Richard and Sarah Williams. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail James Robinson
James Robinson was born 1812/1813 in Deddington and married Mary French of Bloxham in 1834. I am trying to find his exact birth and parents.
red mail hornes/iorns
hello, i am looking for eleanor horne or iorns (or similar spelling) who married joseph taylor in deddington in 1780. thank you
red mail Gilkes of Deddington
Researching the Gilkes family of North Oxfordshire, including Deddington.
red mail Mobley
Looking for info on Elizabeth Mobley born in Deddington c1792 married John Hearn of Brackley
red mail watkins
looking for william watkins born 1815 deddington.he married in islington 1836 to a jane morris.he was a plasterer.
red mail ada ellen fincham-- leonard sykes
looking for any info to my ggp and any family connection to them. ada d.o.b appx 29/31 nov 1890 and died in watford 1962. leonard d.o.b appx 1884-1956 they moved to chamberlayne rd,kensal rise,nw10 and he worked at john lewis in oxford st london as a buyer !!! help me please need to find more out about them !! neil
BLISS
Trying to trace descendents of Bliss family resident in Deddington in the eighteen hundreds. Have details of George Bliss who married Caroline Bonham 1874. Interested in whereabouts of children from this marriage.
red mail KEZIAH GIBB/REEVES
Is there anyone out there related to KEZIAH GIBB stated as born in DEDDINGTON, OXFORDSHIRE round about 1826. On the 1851 census she is stated as being the wife of DAVID REEVES born OLDBURY, WORCESTERSHIRE. He was a miner and they are living in OLDBURY in 1851.
red mail Mole Family
I am interested in hearing from any decendants of the Mole family - specailly living in or around Duns Tew, Deddington please. My family line decends from the Mole family line. A Joseph Kendrick Mole moved to Birmingham during late 1890's and settled down with a family.
red mail DEDDINGTON
SEARCHING FOR INFO.ON CHARLES ROYLES BORN DEDDINGTON 1845. WIFE ELIZABETH MARY ANN BORN MARYLEBONE 1846. 1872 MOVED TO BRACKLEY, OCCUPATION BLACKSMITH, FAMILY OF 11 CHILDREN.
red mail Bonham Gardener Wilkins
Researching all Bonhams in Deddington Oxfordshire. Interested in Marriage 1875 feb1st. GARDNER otherwise WILKINS George Henry fa bach lab otp son Thomas Lab. Married BONHAM Rebeckah fa wid otp d. John TOWNSEND lab witnesses Louisa WILKINS WyattCALLOW
red mail Gardner, Wilkins
Looking for Mary Ann Gardner, b. c1805, Chipping Norton, married Thomas Wilkins between 1861 and 1871. Has at least 4 Gardner children, Eliza, Emma, George and Louisa, possibly some older children born before 1843. George and Louisa took Wilkins last name.
red mail SOUTHAM, ALLEN
I am researching the family history of Samuel Southam who married Susannah Allen in Deddington in 1870, Samuels' father was William Southam born Upper Heyford 1816 and Susannahs' father was William Allen born Deddington 1806.
red mail Samuell Churchell
Sameull Churchell born abt. 1640 came to Virginia in the early 1660's and died in 1702 in VA. Recent DNA tests prove that he was a related to the Oxfordshire Churchills who lived in Oxfordshire in the 1600's.
red mail William Griffin - surgeon
William GRIFFIN was a surgeon born 1813 in Deddington and moved to Ledbury Herefordshire, where he was amongst other things Medical officer of the Ledbury Union Workhouse. Interestingly he seems to have come from a line of surgeons all called William Griffin, all from Deddington.
red mail Spiers
Looking for details of William Foster Spiers, born Aynho, 1800?, married Susanna Bennett, 1828?. He was carpenter and parish clerk in Deddington in 1851 census


 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


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.