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Launton Oxfordshire
Launton has a stately avenue of yews and gnarled old elms, planted in the time of Queen Elizabeth, leading from the churchyard beside the rectory lawn, with three splendid elms much younger towering above them ... more
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red mail Simons/Simonds/Symonds/Seamons Family
I have been stuck on this particular brick wall for a long time now, and I'm just wondering if anyone here might be able to help... James Simons/Symonds/Seamons 'of Launton' married Judith 'Juddy/Judy' Cox in Hulcott, Buckinghamshire in 1775. The witnesses at their wedding were John Seamons and William Seamons - I am assuming that these could have been his father, and possibly a brother. My research keeps leading me to the conclusion that James' parents were William Simons and Sarah Knibb, both apparently from Launton. However, I am uncertain of this, and even if it is true, I'd love to know who William's parents were! There's many options out there, as there's a lot of families living in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire etc. from whom William could've been descended... I'd really appreciate any help at all with this! Thanks!
Posted: 2021
red mail HERITAGE
Researching Samuel and Elizabeth HERITAGE of Bicester, who had 5 children: James, Mary, Samuel(my ancestor, b. 1799 in Portsmouth), Hannah and Elizabeth. Probable cousins are in the Launton area. I'd be happy to exchange information.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Launton Oxfordshire
My ancestors originate from Launton according to my research of the censuses. the last census of 1811 shows an Elizabeth born in Launton age 64 so her birth would be around 1776. unfortunately her husband must have dies as his name does not appear on the census so I am stuck! they had children John 1811, William 1814 m Harriet b1817, James 1816 - 1859 m Elizabeth 1817 nee Kimber from Garsington m1846 (this is my line). Susanna 1819. all born in Launton. I would like to find more information and would welcome any help with how to research. I am planning a visit to Launton in August
red mail Jones
I have traced my family tree back to William Jones who married Mary Philipot in Launton on May 11th 1801. They had seven children, Sarah 1801, John 1803, William 1804, Elizabeth 1807, Thomas 1808, Francis 1811 and Josiah 1816. I would be grateful for any further information.
red mail Butler Family search
Hi can anybody help? My husbands grandfather put on the 1911 census that he was born Launton,Oxfordshire 1885 as George Edwin Butler his father was a Charles Butler who had died when George married in 1908.His mother we have no known name.Please help if you can. Jaq
red mail simons-symonds of launton areas
hi everyone back again-still tracing simons of launton and surrounding areas several people have helped me get back to james symonds m mary haddock 31 jan 1801 now wanting to go back further associated families of simons are cheer, king, wise, haddock, walters, langford, steane, ferriss, wiltshire, castle, crofts, cotterell, hayward kiddlington, abingdon, charlbury, launton, some villages any info appreciated
red mail Launton: massey/reeves
Looking for any information on Massey and Reeves families from Launton, oxfordshire.
red mail Bonnick
I am researching the family Bon(n)ick of Launton,may have been farmers/smallholders, also intermarried with Peasley
red mail Researching Bloxham family tree
Information required of James Bloxham Born in Launton 1813. He married a Frances Archer. Born 1814 in Bicester. They married at Bicester in 1834.
red mail Bricknell
I'm looking for information about the family of John Bricknell (b c1791) and Susannah Reeves (b c 1804), who lived in Launton. Any information would be welcomed.

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