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Double Death Mystery, WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH FOWLER
Husband and wife William and Elizabeth Fowler were both buried in Aldbourne on 10th February 1837. They were both in their forties. Howcome they both died at the same time? Was there a contagious disease in Aldbourne at that time, or could they have perished in an accident? They died before the advent of death certificates so I dont know how to find out what happened to them
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
WRIGHT
I HAVE A WILLIAM WRIGHT IN THE FAR PART OF MY FAMILY TREE,HE MARRIED INTO THE CHAPMAN FAMILY OF SAWSTON CAMBRIDGESHIRE.MARRIED 1876 IN MILE END WORKED WITH HORSES AS A GROOM AT ALBERT HOUSE. MARRIED JANE CHAPMAN.HE WAS BORN IN FOXTON CAMBRIDESHIRE. ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE GRATEFULL,THANKS.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
DEACON family
I am looking for information on MAXIMILLIAN DEACON who married MARY WARD on 4th September 1743 in Aldbourne. If anyone knows any more about this couple, I would be so pleased to know.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Aldbourne World War 1
For the last 5+ years I have been researching the men from Aldbourne who served in WW1 with a view to writing a book. I already do talks and presentations locally on the subject. My research includes the casualties, survivors and even those who moved into the village at a later date. I am always on the lookout for more information and photos (in uniform, in later life or even as a child) so if you think you can help me, please drop me a line! Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Many thanks.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Liddiard Of Aldbourne, wilts.
Richard LIDDIARD (c1620-1686) m Martha Edward LIDDIARD (1648-1731) m 1677 Elizabeth WILD Thomas LIDDIARD (1683) m 1710 in Hungerford,Berks Catherine COMNER Edward LIDDIARD (1711-1754) m 1739 Mary LONG2411 Edward LIDDIARD (1740-1813) m 1763 Martha COLLINS Thomas LIDDIARD (1766-1838) m 1788 Sarah WARMAN nee PHILLIPS Martha LIDDIARD 1795 m 1817 Thomas HAWKINS Ellen Elizabeth HAWKINS 1865 m 1886 David FOSBURY
Posted: 2003, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail Dunford/Smith
Looking for any info on William Dunford and his wife, Elizabeth Smith, both born in 1815 in Wiltshire. They went to New Zealand in 1850 with their children. One daughter, Martha, was born in 1842.
Posted: 2009, Contact email reconfirmed: 2018
red mail Everett Stotter
I have Stotters in my tree and Everett,Smith,James,Palmer,Crips and Lawford in my daughter-in-laws.Would anyone like to share info?
red mail TOM HAWKINS ,The Square K.i.a. 1916
I have a copy of the GWR Magazine Oct 1917,in it are listed, with small photo,s, 51 men who had perished in the war who were GWR employees,one of these being Corporal TOM HAWKINS service number, 19283, 5th Btn Wilts Regiment Kia 28-7-1917. TOM was a Boilermakers Helper in the Locomotive Works Swindon aged 25, the son of EMMA HAWKINS The Square Aldbourne,would a photocopy of the page be any good to anyone connected to this family,I have two uncles listed in it as well.
red mail Everett family, Aldbourne and Chilton Foliat
William EVERETT b. 1670 m. Elizabeth, son John m. Sarah DEACON 20/9/1730. Their son John b. 1735 m. Martha. They had 2 sons (1) Stephen m. Maria GREGORY (Chilton Foliat)(2) John b. 1771 m. Mary PALMER Oct 1791. (2) John and Mary had 4 children, son James m. Mary JAMES 13/12/1827
red mail Aldbourne-William Newman
Can anyone help with information on William Newman. 1861/71 censuses state that he was born in Aldbourne.

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