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Chipping Norton Oxfordshire
Admiring Chipping Norton, we are on the top of Oxfordshire, a fine avenue of trees bringing us to the highest town in the county, its streets of houses rising high above each other, rich in old Cotswold houses.... more
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Researching the family of Minnie Thornett who lived in ? Cook Lane in the mid 1800's. She was employed at the tweed mill as a loom worker.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for any information on this family, lived in area 1600's onwards, possible connection to family of same name in Bedfordshire.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Am researching SALE/SAILE family in IDLICOTE, WHATCOTE, BRINKLOW, CHIPPING NORTON. Data bit thin on the ground re marriage dates (& wives) & death dates, before mid 1600s. Anyone help?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Anne (b 1684), daughter of George Hastings of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, by Elizabeth Kynvin of London, married Hugh Hickman (d 1722) of Ballyket in Ireland, and had a son, Thomas of Brickhill, co Clare, and a daughter Mary (d 1760), who married Sir Edward O'Brien, Bt (1705-65). I'm trying to find a connection, if there is one, between George Hastings and the Hastings family of Daylesford, one of whose members was Warren Hastings (1732-1818), Governor General of India.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Cross hands hill/Salford hill Oxfordshiree tragic accident 1940
My mothers half sister died in a tragic motor accident on 19/10/1940. Does anyone have any old local news paper reports or any other information on this. She was a passenger in the car. It has occurred to me this might also be known as Salford hill after the small village at the base. Many thanks for reading this
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
John Guy m Elizabeth Ruck 1851 at Chipping Norton.They had at least 10 children.My grandfather was their son John he married Eliza Bennett in 1880. Another son Thomas also stayed in the Chipping Norton area,his son Joseph had a shop in Worcester road in the 1950s. I believe another son William moved to the Hersham area of Surrey . I dont know where the daughters lived or married Any info on any of the decendents of the above will be greatly appreciated
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
My great grandfather Alfred (Alf) Gibbard ran the above public house - I am trying to find out the dates when this was. Any info would be much appreciated. He was born 1885 and died 1958. He ran the pub with his wife Minnie (maiden name Massey). Many thanks
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Dutton/Hunt
Joseph Dutton married Elizabeth Hunt in 1730. Their daughter Alice married Edmund Warland in 1770. Looking for any info on this family.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Bond family
I am trying to find the parents of Ellen Bond whose birth was registered in Chipping Norton in June 1843 and of John Bond also registered in Chipping Norton in 1847. Both lived with their grandparents Hannah & William Bond in Lyneham. They do not necessarily have the same parents. Any help with this would be very much appreciated.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2017
red mail WHITE family
My great grandfather Edmund WHITE (b.1827)& wife Avis settled in Chipping Norton in the early 1860s. In the 1851 census and 1861 census he was Manager of the Gas Works. In 1881 census he was listed as a "Dealer" (presumably a retail outlet. Their children were: AVIS (m.James Moss), RICHARD JAMES (m.Henrietta OWEN of Chipping Norton), AMELIA, HARRY, MARIA (m.Walter J. Stockford of Chipping Norton), GEORGE (my Grandfather m. Alice Hoverd of chipping norton), CHARLES EDMUND, THOMAS WILLIAM. Any local information on this family, hopefully including descendents still there, would be very much appreciated.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017

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