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Nuneham Courtenay Oxfordshire
Nuneham Courtenay consists of two straight lines of neat dormered cottages on either side of the Oxford road. It was moved to its location in 1764 by the first Earl Harcourt, a prodigious builder who thought no... more
 
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Pitson - Nuneham Courtney
Would like to hear from anyone with Pitson ancestors from Nuneham Courtney or the surrounding areas. Sue
Posted: 2021
red mail NUTT family, Nuneham , 19th century
After any info on Richard Nutt and his family. he had a daughter, Emma, born about 1823 in Nuneham Courtenay, who married Nathan Bowler on 18th Nov 1847, also in Nuneham. There is a Richard Nutt, aged 82, in Nuneham, on the 1871 census, although I do not know if this is the same man. He is living with his daughter, Elizabeth (52), his grandson, Richard (23) and his granddaughter, Sarah (14). The only actual info that is clearly linked to Emma is his entry on her marriage certificate as a labourer. Any info from the earlier censuses for Nuneham that link Richard and Emma, and thus give me more info on his family, is gratefully accepted. I guess 1841 is the best source based on her birth year. Mark
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018


 
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