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red mail LUKER
Does anyone have any information about the family of Eliza Luker, born about 1836 in Sonning? She married Joseph Gardiner in Reading in 1862, died in Reading 1889. Her father's name was John.
red mail white family of sonning, berkshire
Searching for pedigree of the Whites of sonning,and of st. giles parish, reading, berkshire. Hope to contact relatives of these Whites. Wm. White m. Marie--, widow of John Hall, with son, Andrew Hall. Son, Stephen White, bap. 1635 St. Giles, Reading. Also Wm. had daughter, Mary, spinster. Mother, Marie moved to Acton, Middlesex. Stephen is likely immigrant Stephen White to Anne Arundel/Baltimore Co., Maryland in 1659, m. Anne Rockhold; he died testate, 1676 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.
red mail Looking for Allen Andrews
Does anyone know the whereabouts of any of the Allen Andrews family who lived at Weir House in the 1960's? I was a close friend of theirs and would love to be able to get back in touch with any of them. thank you, Christine
SONNING, Berkshire
Searching for the family of Harriet Greenaway, born Sonning abt 1814, daughter of John Greenaway & Elizabeth Lacey. She married Richard Maynard 1842. John Greenaway m. Elizabeth at Compton,Berks in 1813.
I am researching the family of CHARLES WITHERINGTON who farmed at Bradfield. His son, also Charles, later owned and ran SONNING MILL where I understand they also ran a small business baking biscuits. I have extensive researches and happy to share with anyone who is connected to this family in any way.
red mail Pauline/Allnatt
Looking for info on the Pauline family from Sonning, my great grandfather was the baker there William Pauline1872 and his wife Alice Allnatt1875.
red mail Wright Family
I have traced my great grandfather and great grandmother back to Sonning, Berkshire. He was George Wright born 1861 who married Jane M (do not know her maiden name) who was born in 1864. They had five children, Georgine, Henry (my Grandfather), Ellen, Leonard (who emigrated to Australia) and Ethel. Any information on them would be very much appreciated.
red mail ATTWELL NEVILLE 1800 onwards
My husband is descended from John ATTWELL (born 1822 in Sonning), child of Robert and Sarah ATTWELL. John married Sarah NEVILLE there on 17/2/1849 (daughter of John and Mary NEVILLE). John ATTWELL worked as a sawyer in the town until his death in Sep qtr of 1877, whilst his widow Sarah was still living there in an almshouse on the 1901 census. Their children were John (b1849); Ambrose (b1850) and twins Victoria Mary (aka Mary) & Albert Joseph (b1860). This second John married Elizabeth DAWKINS (b c1850 in Bishopstone by Salisbury, Wilts) between 1871-1881 and they went on to have four children Ada Mary (b1876/7 Molsey Surrey, or Fareham Kent); John George Herbert (known as George b c1879 same places); Amy (b1881 Faversham) and Ernest James (b1883 Luddenham, Kent). I will happily share any information with others researching any of these lines.
Weir House,Sonning Lock
You will find the part of throne back support of the historical and local castle that once stood near Sonning Lock with the sitting room fire place at Weir House once owned by Mr Mrs Allen-Andrews the author/writer of Those Magnificent Men and their Flying Machine.
red mail St. Andrew's C of E School
I went to St. Andrew's School in the 1950s when Mr Chapman was Headmaster. I have caught up with some of the "girls" on my trips back to England but where are the "boys"? Nicky Strong, John Freemantle and Douglas and Stephen Hamilton are a few I remember. Also what happened to Rosemary Holloway, Veronica Miller and my friend Kathy Andrews who lived on the island at Sonning Lock? Does anyone remember Mrs Edie Prior at the Sweet Shop, Dr. Hammond and Bert Huggins the butcher?
red mail Flower/Pizzey
Thomas Flower, Blacksmith, married Mary Pizzey at Sonning 1848. Fathers: John Flower (also a Blacksmith) and John Pizzey. Usual address of the couple given as Earley (near Reading) and two daughters born there 1850/1852. Other "Flower" and/or "Pizzey" or "Pezzey" people at Sonning? Any trace of these families very much appreciated.
John Goodchild & Grace Warner were married in 1866, moved to Sonning Berkshire, had at least 6 children, John, Alice, Arthur, Frank, Susan & Caroline. John was a Joiner. I would be grateful to hear from anyone knows anything about this family.
red mail Sonning
Trying to find out who lived at 'Cherry Side',Grove Rd, Sonning, nr Reading,in 1940. I believe relatives of mine could have been evacuated there for a while.Thanks for any help.
red mail The Pit. Sonning.
I am looking for information on Henry Belcher who lived in The Pit with his father-in-law William White in 1881. Henry was married to Rhoda White. Their childrens names were Theodore, John, Edith and Caroline.
red mail Hull's - French Horn Inn - Sonning
Looking for any information on the William and Anne Hull Innkeepers of the French Horn, Eye & Dunsden in 1881. They were later Innkeepers at the Swan and the George in Pangbourne. Ray
red mail Whiting's And Pither's Of Sonning
Has anyone any connection with the WHITING's of Sonning, Reading, Hurst or Arboufield. Especially William Whiting born C1767...* Has any one connections with ANY PITHER of Shinfield, Reading, Swallowfield, Bradfield ......

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