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red mail BARNETT/EDWARDS
HAVING RELATIONS WHO CAME FROM SWERFORD I HAVE RESEARCHED MY OWN FAMILY IF YOU NEED HELP I HAVE THE REGISTERS.
red mail Franklin/Nash
I am looking to find information about my mothers side of the family,FRANKLIN, they originated form Oxfordshire Swerford and surrounding areas,In later years some of the family moved to Watford, London I am looking in particular of a William Franklin who married a Ruth NASH,BORN Hook Norton,residing in Chipping Norton.I would like to know if anyone has any further information about any more children they may of had.I have found one son, Edmund FRANKLIN ( my mothers g grandfather)who married a Diana Mercy HELLIS, in West Drayton, Middlesex. Thankyou
red mail Rose/ Swerford
Have had a good look through the census`and found alot more Roses.Has anyone got any information on Thomas Frederick born around 1859,Timothy,his brother born June 1865.Richard and Ann,twins born 1831,James born 1826.Thomas born 1823,John born 1821,William born 1816 and William Rose born 1771 who was married to Maria born 1791.Any photos would be great
red mail Gibbard
Seeking information regarding the Gibbard family who lived in Swerford from late 17th century.
red mail Badger and Prickett
I am very interested in the Badger and Prickett families who lived in and around Swerford in the 19th C, especially Richard Badger and Elizabeth Prickett of Pomfret Castle. My Badger details go back to the marriage of Frances and Ann in 1713 and Pricket details back to a marriage that probably took place in Enstone circa 1730. Related names include Luckett, Golding, Hall, Fenemore, Stanbra, Holtom, Pollard and Coppage.
Munday
searching details of the Munday family. My mother, Myrtle munday lived in the village 1920/30,s. Father Jesse (Royal Navy)Also seeking details of the house they lived in.
Joshua Hastings
There was a Joshua HASTINGS who, as #24, was one of William Penn's first land purchasers in Pennsylvania, about 1682. The following is family lore: Grandsons of the 1st Earl of Huntingdon, HENRY and GEORGE, fled to America becauseof the Puritans. They brought their families with them. Later THOMAS and JOHN, also members of this family followed. And JOSHUA HASTINGS came from Swerford, England (Oxfordshire, N.E. of Chipping Norton), bringing his family with him. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.


 
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