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Islip Oxfordshire
Islip is the Confessor's village. The narrow street trodden by him in past times crosses the bridge over the River Ray, thrusts its way through the houses up the steep hill, loops round by the church, and comes... more
 
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red mail Castle family of Islip
Just wondering if anyone has the following man in their tree, and could possibly help me to find his parents? Joseph Castle married Elizabeth Smith, and they lived in Launton. I am descended via their daughter, Ann Castle (b. 1808 in Launton / m. John Simons in 1826). According to censuses, Joseph was born approx. 1787 in Islip... Other trees on Ancestry claim that he was descended from Job Castle and Eleanor Essex-Crosby, therefore baptised in Banbury, but I'm uncertain! I cannot find a baptism record for Joseph in Islip... Any help gratefully appreciated!
Posted: 2021
red mail Jones in Islip
ANY information on any Jones connections with Islip very much appreciated! Thanks, Stephen
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Jones families in Islip or Blackthorn
looking for any Jones family member in Islip or Edgecott or Blackthorn. Thanks, Stephen
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Thomas Wyatt baptised 4 July 1750, Islip
Looking for any information on Thomas Wyatt, son of William & Abigail Wyatt. Absconded from apprenticeship with George Evans, hatter, in 1766. Have been unable to find anything else about him after this date. Eileen
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chum twining lived in islip he had a brother philip 1930/1947
red mail NORRIS - Andrew 1851
Andrew married Mary Wall in '51. They had Andrew Albert, Thomas James Taylor...and others...where did these chaps go?


 
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