CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
Browse Entries

Bucklebury Berkshire
Store this place
Old Map of Bucklebury
Street Map of Bucklebury
Places within
1-21 of 21

Entries around

red mail NASH
Robert Nash, born early 1700's and married to Sarah Wiltshire 3rd November 1758. I'm the 10th generation and have most of the family line although half way down the line I've become a little muddled. Can anyone fill me in please. Where did they live, and what work did they do? Does anyone have information beyond the early 1700's of the Nash family from Robert.
red mail Miller family in bucklebury 1845-50
I am searching for details of George Miller born about 1847 possibly son of Charles Miller
red mail James Andrews
Is anyone researching the Andrews surname in the Bucklebury area of Berkshire? I am trying to locate information about George Andrews and his father James (birth about 1757). I know James married Rachel Green 20 July 1795 but I do not know the baptisms of either Rachel or James, nor James' occupation. George is described as a gentleman and a shomaker
red mail Johnson
Searching for the parents of Thomas Johnson, born in Bucklebury c1840. Siblings were Emma, Annie, William and Phoebe. He married Mary Cattemull and they had children Florence Annie (1871) and Ernest Walter (1875). If anyone recognises this family I would be very pleased to hear from them.
red mail Dodd, Johnson
I am looking for details of my 4Xgreat grandmother, Dinah Dodd, baptised in Bucklebury 3 Apr 1743. She married Joseph Johnson there in 1763 and had at least one child, James Johnson, b. 1778 Mike
Francis Collins in Bucklebury
I am searching for the family of Francis Collins who left Bucklebury in about 1805 to go to Great Marlow. Here he met and married Ann Silvey in 1812.
red mail Elizabeth ROBBINS
Elizabeth Robbins was born in THATCHAM or Bucklebury in c1856 , she married Charles Green in Cold Ash in 1876 and she died 1895 in Bucklebury. I am anxious to find her definate place of birth so that I may obtain Birth Certificate. Any help will be very appreciated Thankyou
red mail GREEN Family
Looking for anyone researching the Family of Charles Green B. 1856 in Bucklebury, his Father was George Green and Mother Elizabeth Adlams. Thankyou for any help
red mail Wilkins, Jane
Daughter of Charles and Jane Rixon Wilkins born 25 sep 1825. Cannot locate a marriage for her and do not know of her beyond the 1841 Census. Have much information on her siblings but cannot seem to track her marriage or possible death. Some of her siblings emigrated to the U.S. as LDS Church converts. I believe Jane did not.
red mail Anna Brunsdon
Hello, I am after information on Anna Brunsdon born Bucklebury 1792 ( she had 2 sisters Hanna and Mary ) Anna married Daniel Pearce Bailey, who was a Baker. tThey lived in Cold Ash and or Thatcham Thanking you
red mail Tegg, Pickles
I am looking for information on a John Tegg the only information I have is he was born about 1768 (birthplace unknown) and died in Bucklebury in 1841 and was buried on May 17TH. He married a Martha (surname unknown) and had at least one son names Benjamin born on April 16th 1816. Benjamin married Elizabeth Pickles and moved to America in 1851. Any information would be great.
red mail Nailor/Nailor
I'm looking for information on John Nailor's (b.1806) and his wife Susanah's (b.1811) parents.
I am searching for anyone called Washbourne / Washbourn who would be related to Abraham Joseph White Washbourne born abt 1806,his son John Washbourne born abt 1826, his Grand Daughter Sarah Ellen Reeve Washbourne born abt 1849, Abraham was born at Inkpen, John had a farm Fieldfarm, Stanford Dingley, now called Pangfield Farm. Sarah had a brother born abt 1847 John Hillyer Reeve Washbourne. Thank you for any info.
red mail Cripps
Am looking for the ancestors of Stephen Cripps, born 1784 in Bucklebury, m Sarah Kent 1814 in Ashampstead. Also William Cripps b 1779, m Anne Brunsden 1804 in Ufton Nervet.
My g/mother was Rose Cripps .Born to Richard and Ann in 1869.Brothers and sisters where,Ann,Richard, John,Tom,Ada,Alice.Lived in Upper Common Byles Green in 1881 Anyone looking at this family? Would like to know if there are any living family around Bucklebury or Thatcham
red mail Ford
I am trying to find links to the family of my great grandfather, Alfred George Ford. Born c 1857 in Bucklebury. I think I have found a census record of him in 1861. He may have lived at 7 Lower Common and lived with his parents Jonathan and Lucy.( born around 1883)He had a sister Mary Jane born about 1860. Regards Margaret
red mail James Wigmore
Searching for further details of James Wigmore,married to Charity Carter. Their son Frederick was christened 13/10/1833 and married Sarah Ann Westall in 1854.
red mail Thomas Butler c.1800
Looking for info on Thomas Butler.Have baptism dates of Thomas and Lucy's children in Bucklebury 1828+, but can't find his birthplace or anything on Lucy.Anything at all would be appreciated!
red mail Pocock Family 1700s
William POCOCK b abt 1720 m abt 1760 to Elizabeth, had 10 children chr Bucklebury. Anyone else researching this family please, later of Cold Ash, Ashmore Green and Thatcham?
Any Butlers
I am looking for any Butlers from Bucklebury, particularly relating to Lucy Butler who married Francis Bradley c. 1870's
red mail Richard Wigmore Born 1825
I am interested in Richard WIGMORE who was born in Bucklebury Berkshire in 1826. His parents were Richard WIGMORE and Sarah MAY who married there a year earlier. Both had been previously married. In the 1851 Census, Richard WIGMORE was a Wheelwrightliving with his wife Elizabeth (BULLOCK), infant daughter Sarah Ann and his widowed mother Sarah,at a hamlet called Biles's Green, Higher Common in the Parish of Bucklebury. A son Richard was born in Bucklebury in 1852 then they moved to Reading where two more daughters Elizabeth Mary and Harriet were born in 1856 and 1859.

Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.