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Middleton Cheney Northamptonshire
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red mail Watts family -John and Jane
I have a John Watts born 1786 Middleton Cheney marries a Jane and have Mary,Thomas,Joseph and Sarah Anne. I believe John was a shepherd. They had a grandaughter Sarah Steward who was 6 in 1861. Can anyone give me any more details please.THANKS
red mail BULL and GOLBEY Middleton Cheney/Chacombe
Looking for Ann BULL baptised 1730 Middleton Cheney to John James BULL and Elizabeth. Married Richard WADDOUPS 1751 Chacombe. May be connected to Elizabeth GOLBEY.
red mail WETHERALL family, Middleton Cheney, Aynho area
Looking for any details or connections to my great grandfather MARK/MARCUS WETHERALL who lived for the latter part of his life and died in Middleton Cheney in 1965, originally of Scottish birth. Further details of widow Mary Crook, would also be of interest.
red mail Homer of Middleton Cheney
Would like to know more about the Homer family residing in Middleton Cheney in 1831. Daughter Mary was the second wife of my gr gr grandfather George French of Aynho. I'm wondering if there were Homers who joined the French emigration to Canada in 1842, as this rare surname name does occur in the Toronto (York County) and Beverly Twp (Wentworth Co) areas near where the Frenches settled (Wellington CO).
red mail Merry
Looking for connection to Thomas Merry born 1817 Middleton Cheney - trying to establish marriage - possible 1st marriage to Sarah Unknown 2nd marriage Mary (?)
red mail Richard Wilkins
Richard Wilkins was born circa 1740 and is listed in the Militia Roll for Middleton Cheney as an apprentice. Does anyone have a clue who is father was?
red mail George Simmons
George Simmons was born in 1827, moved to Banbury in 1850 as a baker journeyman and worked for James & Ann Beale at 16 South Bar Street. A lot is known about him from 1827 onwards but who is parents were is a closed book - any ideas?
red mail Bearsley family
Names: Bearsley
red mail Researching Cooke family of Banbury
Researching Cooke family of Middleton Cheney, Neithorp, Grimsbury and other villages near to and including Banbury itself.
red mail William Peter Gue and Honor Arkell
William Peter Gue my grandfather (b.c. 1774) and his wife Honor Arkell lived at Middleton Cheney until thier deaths in 1844/1839. Honor was from Gloucestershire, William's birthplace unknown, William was the local schoolteacher in Middleton Cheney. They had children, Palemon Morgan, Matilda, Alfred, George Augustus, Isabella Kate.

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