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red mail George Woodage
Looking for any one who knows of a George Woodage and family living in Caversham in the post WW2 years please.
Posted: 2021
James Hastings of Caversham
Trying to find James Hastings baptism/parentage in about 1745 in Caversham/Reading. He is believed to have been a sedan chair maker and died in Caversham 1779. He married Hannah Brown in Binfield,Berks in 1765. Thanks
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Memoirs of Louey Ross/Euphemia Fell re Caversham Grove
I am searching the family history of David FELL (my ggg grandfather) who was County Sherriff of Oxfordshire in 1790 and lived at Caversham Grove. With his wife Catherine GARDINER, he had a family of 8 children while living at the Grove, the oldest of whom was Euphemia who married a Mr EA ROSS. This couple had three children that I know of: Ellen, GAE ROSS (male) and Louey (female). GAE ROSS and his wife (Mrs ROSS) subsequently became residents of Christchurch New Zealand, where my grandfather, Maurice Anthony Hunter FELL, made their acquaintance. Mrs ROSS had in her possession the "Memoirs of Louey ROSS", her husband's sister's memoir, from which my g'father transcribed a beautiful description of FELL family life at Caversham Grove from the time of David FELL's marriage to Catherine GARDINER to their departure from the Grove sometime in the first half of the 1800s. I am interested in locating this Memoir and any of the ROSS FELL GARDINER family. I live in NZ.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Carroll
I am interested in the Carroll family who lived in Caversham ( St. Anne's Road) from about 1929 to about 1960. I would be happy to share information.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2018
red mail William G Alban
This ancestor took his own life in Caversham, at 3 Harrogate St on 3 Dec 1906 at the age of 46. There was an inquest carried out by Henry Dixon, Coroner for South Oxon. I am interested to read the coronor's report, most probably only available as reported in the newspaper of the day. Does anyone know what paper I should be looking for? I live in Australia so any help you can give regarding access to a report is most appreciated. I have access to digitised 19th century papers, but not to early 20th century.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
red mail George AKERS possibly born in Caversham about 1786
Hi Looking for George AKERS who married Diana/Dinah RICHARDSON in 1812 in Sonning Berkshire, whose marriage says that he was from Caversham. He was born about 1786. Regards Haydn, Canada
red mail Cooper family, Caversham Reading
GEORGE COOPER (b. 1796 Maidstone Kent),chemist, married ELIZA MARY(b.~1801 Reading,Berks, d.18/2/1845) They lived in Berkshire & following children all born in Caversham (then Oxfordshire): Louisa b1821, Eliza b.1822 (married Dr George D. Brown, lived at Henley in 1861); Lewis b. 1827 (chemist, wine merchant and magistrate); William H, b.1827-8; Maud b 1826-7; Frances b.1831, Margarett b.c1828, Anne b1834 Alice b.1841 Rose b.1843, Frances b~1831, Edward b.~1832, Anne b~1834, Emily b~1835, Caroline b1837 , George b ~1838 , Horace R Cooper b. ~1840 (became a GP). ELIZA BRIANT married WILLIAM HENRY COOPER - they are my paternal great-great-grandparents. Later generations of this family ended up at Kings Norton, Birmingham. Does anyone know anything about the Reading family members?
red mail BARLOW / BURDEN / LOWER CAVERSHAM
AM LOOKING FOR CHARLES BARLOW B 1853/HE WAS A BISCUIT BAKER.BORN IN WHITCHURCH OXFORD/WIFE MARTHA BURDEN B 1854 IN BUCKLEBURY BERKS.LIVED LOWER CAVERSHAM /1881 CENSUS. /GGRANPARENTS/.ANY INFO ON BARLOW/BURDEN. MANY THANKS
red mail Wheeler
Looking for childrens home St Peters Hill Caversham Reading 1939/1941. Mother, Aunt & Uncle were there - but don't know the name of the home
red mail Richardson
Am looking for any Richardson's from the Caversham/Reading area 1900's and earlier. Have found some as far back as 1681-ish. Possible names include, John, James, William and Richard. Thanks K

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