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red mail william goodman johnson datchet
Has anybody got any info on William Goodman Johnson, born in Datchet Bucks circa 1830, married to Sophia Fanny Adams (est b date 1835) father of my grandfather Claude Goodman Johnson founder of Rolls-Royce? I'm finding it very difficult to find any info on this side of the family. Thank you for any help you can give me.
red mail William John Bettles
William was resident in Datchet from 1881 (age 15) until his death in 1942. He had apartments to let at Elmside Villas but his main occupation was as a house decorator. He married Alice Hockley around 1889/1890.
red mail Richard Hancock b1849
Richard Hancock married Susannah Pinnock in 1875 - they have in the 1891 census a daughter Emily Hancock and another given as daughter but named as Harriet Rowney or Powney, not Hancock - it is not clear from this how and why she has a different surname.
red mail Cleversley
Does the name Cleversley ring a bell George and his wife Emily lived in the village in Vine cottage (Talbot Cottages) their children were Emily Sophie, Cecilia, Maud, William, Gertrude, Harry and Maggie born between 1876 and 1888
red mail Hart Family
I am looking for any information on a Hart family that lived in the Datchet area around 1800. Joseph was a "whitesmith," and his son, Thomas became a gunsmith and moved to Henley-on-Thames. I am seeking any info on Joseph and his parents (they may have been from Eton).
red mail Richards in Datchet
Richards family in Datchet. There was a John Richards, lawyer, living at The Rectory in Datchet in the 18oo's. He married Elleanor Russell, an heiress who owned several properties in Datchet. There were other Richards families in Datchet. Does anyone know anything about these. Do you have Richards who originally came from Datchet or nearby(Windsor or Reading)and who moved to Surrey and Middlesex?( Family names were John, Samuel, Charles, Thomas, Henry, Jane, Sarah, Marianne and Elizabeth) If so please get in touch.
Looking for any info on the Henson family in Datchet from 1850 thru to the early 1900's. There were several Henson families in the area at the time and it seems likely that they are all related. Thanks
red mail Morgan/Thames
I am interested in any information about James Morgan and Ann (nee Thames) Their children were Mary Ann 1799, James 1800, Frederick 1804, Aaron 1806, Francis 1809, John 1812 and William 1815. I am particularly interested in Frederick as I am a descendant. Eddie
red mail David Saul
David Saul was born in Datchet around 1859 (according to the 1881 census). If anyone can provide me with information as to who his parents / siblings were it would be very much appreciated. I don't live in the area and therefore don't have access tolocal records.
red mail Any information on Beazley family
Left UK 1850s or 60s for Australia
red mail Exclusive Private School
At a place called Cedar House in the village of Datchet, an extension was contructed to cater for the schooling and tutoring of local children whose parents were able to afford a little extra. The school was run by two refined young ladies who livedin the house and ran the school during the day. One of these ladies was Eleanor (Elinor) Young who, on 11 Nov 1813, married my 4th GGFather in the village. He was to become Sir John Chapman, who was knighted for his service to the Castle and to thetown of Windsor. He was a surgeon, Mayor in 1823 and a prominent figure in the local community at the time. However, I have very little information about her other than that they had a son, Henry Young Chapman who also became a surgeon. Do you know any more about anything I have mentioned or do you want any more information I may have that may help you? Please send me an email and we may be able to assist each other. Ian
red mail Bailey's Of Datchet
Benjamin Bailey b 1825, with brother James moved to New Zealand. Parents William Bailey (1771-1844) and Ann Mercy Redworth (1797-1870)
red mail Tenement In Datchett In 1586
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 3 Page 201 No 417 Anne Twist 11th December 1586 Warrant under the Sign Manual, granting to Ann Twist, the Queen's laundress, a lease in reversion of the site of the manor of Kirton co Lincoln, of the yearly rent of£15, now in the tenure of Richard Gardner; also, a tenement with the domains of Datchett, co Bucks, together with a meadow there called :Saunder Meade of the yearly rent of 73s-6d, now in the occupation of Thomas Shoveler, and other lands amounting in the whole to £30, the said Anne to have for her own proper use the sum of £15, and the residue to the use of the tenants Dated at Richmond Manor Signed and Sealed
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