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red mail CHILVERS
Details wanted of George William CHILVERS, died in Shiplake March 1867, his wife, Martha born 1804 in Shiplake, and their son, George CHILVERS, born Shiplake 1835. Family subsequently moved to Lambeth, London but no details known of their life in Shiplake. Any info welcome.
red mail KEEN
In 1901 my great-grandfather William Bartlett Keen and his wife Elizabeth (nee Marshall) were living at Shiplake (Binfield Heath) with their two youngest daughters, Edith and Mabel. William was working as a gardener at Crowsley Park.
Looking for information on any of these family names. John STEPHENS/STEVENS married a Hannah STUBBLES, thier daughter Rosetta married a James COOK. all from Shiplake.
red mail Osborne, Jephthra
Details required of Jephthra born SHIPLOCK (?)about 1792. Sus. father was Jephthra born Oxford 1771.
Hyatt, Caroline
Caroline Hyatt (c1821 - 1911) was born in Shiplake, and was the daughter of David Hyatt, who owned a paper mill. She had a brother, David, c 1813 - 1872), brother Thomas died young, and a sister Mary, b c 1816. She married Benjamin Palmer and they lived in Henley on Thames. Both died in the Bournemouth area.
red mail Taplins in Shiplake
I am looking for anyone with info on James Taplin (bn 1812) who was a papermaker at Shiplake/Lashbrook Mill. He married Caroline Foyel and then moved to the Ealing area.
red mail Wilders of Shiplake
see Reading Village
James Clements, son of William and Hannah Clements, married Jane Stallwood in Shiplake in November 1836. Their daughter Ann Clements married Harry Prosser Frewin in Shiplake in May 1873. There were lots of relatives in Henley, Wargrave, and nearby parishes. Is anyone else researching these names? If so, I'd be pleased to compare notes.

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