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red mail Sessions 1600-1800
Can anyone help with any info on the Sessions family that lived largely in the Appleton/Cumnor, Berks area in the period late 1600-1800.
red mail Lukers of Berkshire
I am tracing my husband's family and find that both his paternal grandparent were descended from the Lukers in Berkshire, but separate strains. I have plenty of documentation on the Faringdon Lukers, but have come to a halt with the ones from Appleton. I have got as far as Thomas Luker (1798/9) and know that his father was either John or Joseph Luker. Any help much appreciated.
red mail Stimpson
DOes anyone know of any old burial plans for St. Laurence Church, APpleton, (Berkshire)/Oxon. I am interested in the site of a grave (which has now gone) that belonged to one of my relations, and was there when I was a child.
Appleton Manor 1460
Edward Talbot a Bastard alias Spengheys was in dispute re the ownership of the above Manor. Does anyone have any info re Edward?
red mail James Clanfield
Any imformation on James born 1818-21 in Apppleton.know he married Amy Hearns and lived in Childrey on 1841 Census,but who are his parents.
Mark Hudson
I am researching Mark Hudson b Appleton 1821. In 1852 he and his family were among the few survivors of the sinking of HMSS The Birkenhead off Danger Point in South Africa. Any info anyone?
red mail Enoch - Smith
Looking for information about Charles Enoch born 1871 in Appleton, and lived in The Plough, Appleton, with his mother and grandfater in 1881. He later became known as Enoch Smith, as a result of a mistake by a person who registered him for ?education/apprentiship etc. Cannot find another trace of him until he married in Mansfield in 1923, any help would be appreciated.

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