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red mail Cross, Martin, Speed, Tyers
My ancestors include several Exton Families. Thomas MARTIN (b c.1831 in Exton) married Maria CROSS (b c.1831 in Exton). They had four known children: John b c.1862, Edwin Griffin b 1863 (my g-grandfather), Betsy b c.1871 and Ellen b c.1876, all born in Exton. Thomas TYERS (b c.1823 in Wing, son of Thomas Tyers) married Frances SPEED (b c.1821 in Exton, daughter of James Speed). They married in Exton church in 1847 and had four known children: William b c.1860, Emma b 1859 (my g-grandmother), Annie b c.1863 and Thomas b c.1865, all born in Exton. Edwin Griffin Martin and Emma Tyers married in 1891 in Limpsfield, Surrey (where they, and several other Exton people, worked in a children's home). (Emma was by then the widow of Richard Tyler). They returned to Exton and had five children: Frances b c.1893, Thomas Edwin b 1894 (my grandfather), Caroline b c.1898, Hilda b c.1900 and Emma b 1901, all born in Exton. I would be glad to share information with anyone else researching these families.
red mail TOOKEY or TOOKY
In 1871 John Walker, son of Joseph Walker, married Maria Tookey, John was a widower at the time of his marrigae. They courted in the village of Holton, Oxfordshire but returned to Maria's family in Rutland for the marriage. They returned to Oxfordshire after the marriage. Maria's father was George TOOKEY. Any relation of yours?!
red mail Walker Family C 1640
John Walker married Ann Rose in Exton c 1665. He had a brother Philip and a sister Elinor. I am looking for his birth
red mail I Need Help! Hibbitt Family
I need some HELP! I am related way, way back to the Hibbitt Family of Exton, Rutland. In particular, if you follow the line through Luke Hibbitt (1835 ñ 1925) and Sarah Ann Rudkin, (Luke was my great, great Grandfather), going back through to Luke Hibbitt (1806 ñ 1894) and Ann Rudkin, back further to Luke Hibbitt (1776 ñ 1830) and Ann Tyler, back even further to Luke Hibbitt (1744 ñ 1798) and Elizabeth Newman, and finally to John Hybot (1690 ñ 1763) and Ann Tubbs. My father is John Arthur Hibbitt (1932), his father (my grandfather) was John Cecil Hibbitt, whose father in turn, (my great grandfather) was John Thomas Hibbitt (1868), and his father being Luke Hibbitt (1835 ñ 1925 ñ my great, great grandfather), the line then follows all the way through back to John Hybot and Ann Tubbs as above. John Hybot married twice more, in fact, Ann Tubbs was his third wifeÖ He first married Sarah Peeregood in 1712 and had three children, she died in 1719. Anyone have any information on this marriage and family line up to the present? Then he married Mary Bottom in 1720 and had three, possibly four children, again has anyone got any information on this marriage and family line up to the present? I have...
red mail Bell
I am trying to trace several families who lived in Exton during the 18th and 19th century. Are you descended from John Bell who married Mary Revell in Langham in 1799 but moved to Exton and had 6 children: - Frances born 1800 and married John Bradshaw, 1 known son - John; William born 1803 and married Elizabeth Bryant, 11 children; John born and died in 1805; Henry born 1806 and died 1814; Mary Ann born 1808 and married John Brian, Mary Ann died in 1840, 4 months after her wedding; Elizabeth born 1810, died 1823; Are you descended from Frances or William?
red mail Towell
I am seeking more information about Robert Towell who married Frances Pitts on 2.12.1776 at Exton. He would have been born about 1746. Frances would have been born about 1755.
red mail SPEED
I am researching any SPEED family from this village.

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