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washbourn family inkpen
I am trying to find out more about the Washbourn family who lived in Inkpen in the middle of the 19th century. Thomas Washbourn, my great-great grandfather was born there in 1831 according to census records.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Buxey Family
I am trying to find the parents of my 3xgreat grandfather Richard Buxey (also spelt Buxee in IGI index) who was born at Inkpen in 1765/1766. Married Mary Franklin at Inkpen on 21 May 1789. Mary's parent were Thomas and Mary. There are a number of Buxey families in the Berks/Wilts area at that time and I am trying fo find the connection between them all, however I cannot find any records in that area earlier than about the mid 1700s. grateful for any information. Martin
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Brittenden
I believe that my surname BRITTENDEN could well be a variant of the surname Brickenden. Any info greatly appreciated. Thanks Alfred.
red mail crocker
I am trying to trace the children of David Charles & Fanny Jeanette Crocker. There were possibly 8 of them & having great difficulty trying to find the marriages & deaths of their children.They may have been living at "The Rushes" around 1900.Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Franklin family
Any information about George Franklin (b. 1872 at Inkpen, d. 1962 at Hungerford) or his mother Harriett (b. 1851 at Inkpen, d. 1939 at The Grove, Craven Road, Inkpen) would be much appreciated. Lesley
red mail Hessey
Looking for info on descendants of Charles Hessey b. 1874 Aldbourne, who married Jane Lawrence b.c.1875 and lived at The Folly Inkpen in 1901. Children - William b. 1896, Louie b.1897 and George b. 1900. Have info on Charles' family to share.
red mail pocock family
Does anyone have any information on Pococks in and around inkpen in the 1700s. Specifically, I am looking for John Pocock b.1771 who married Amelia b.1775 and had at least one son John b.1803/5. -Thanks Marg
red mail James Radbourne born 1874
Believe he was born in 1874 but this information was got from an Argentinian website. His father was called Henry and his mother Jane. His mothers maiden name was possibly Franklyn. I have managed to find christening details of 9 of his sisters but not for him or any other siblings. Their births range from 1863 - 1883.The names are Jane, Kate, Charlotte, Edith, Annie, Anne, Elisabeth, Ellen and Eliza Anne. James Radbourne went on to have an eventful life but we need to trace back.


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