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red mail Cooper
My husbands family. I have been researching this line and traced it back to Oxfordshire. George Cooper and Mary Ann Allison lived in Boot Lane
red mail Susannah Collet(t) 1793
My 4x greatgrandmother was born in Dinton c. 1793, according to the 1851 census. Her father may have been William Collet(t )but as they were non-conformists I cannot find any records to confirm. Any suggestions appreciated.
Paxton family
Researching the Paxton family of Dinton. William born 1764 married to Elizabeth Guntrip and their daughter Hannah b 1795 married Jesse Sawyer of Long Crendon in Dinton 7th July 1817. Any help appreciated.
red mail Thomas Hitchcock of Dinton, Buckinghamshire
I am researching the Hitchcock family and would appreciate any information or assistance surrounding Thomas Hitchcock who was I believe born in Haddenham c. 1790 and lived / died in Dinton c. 1870. Do you have any information on Thomas's family in Haddenham or Mary his wife. Any suggestions would be very helpful.
red mail Munday & Plastow family
I am researching the Munday & Plastow families of Dinton and would like to hear from anyone else researching this line.
red mail James & Sarah Greenwood of Dinton Bucks
James and Sarah Greenwood were living in Dinton Bucks in 1815/17. Any information in relation to the ancestoral line of James would be appreciated.
red mail London
I am researching Robert Rickard born Dinton 1809 and married to Ann Stevens born Aston Rowant 1829. In 1851 They were living with their 7 children at 135 Spring Hill, Dinton. I notice on the old map there is a Spring Hill Farm. As a farm labourer would this be as cottage on the farm? Does this still exist? On the 1861 census he has moved to the cotton town of Preston in Lancashire. I would like to know why the move from farming to weaving? Hope someone out there can shed light on these questions.
red mail Allison
I am researching the Allison family of Dinton.
red mail Matthews
Seeking relatives of James Matthews of Dinton.Also Marjorie Matthews, their granddaughter.
james welford and sarah clark(e)
i am looking for any information on sarah clark(e), who was a foundling in the aylesbury workhouse and worked there till she married james welford, from dinton, the workhouse gardener. records say she was born in haddenham in 1843. she could never find details of her parents. they moved to yorkshire looking for work, and that's where my grandfather was born.
I have traced my family tree back to Robert Jeffrey born circa 1812 of Dinton, but can get no further. Can any one help? He married a Mary ? from the village and would be interested to know her surname.
red mail PENNs in Dinton?, Bucks
Am looking for PENN family in Buckinghamshire. CALEB Penn stated Dinton as his place of residence when he married Mary FINCH in Bierton 1838. He had been widowed twice, both marriages took place in Stone, BKM, and his 2nd wife, Caroline THOMPSON died in Dinton in 1835. Caleb Penn died in an "accident" in Walton nr Aylesbury (he was a Sawyer at the time) on 6th July 1843. Can I get hold of a newspaper for this time? Does any one have any info or search tips?
red mail Woodbridge
Traced back ancestory to a Danil Woodbridge and and Alice Hedges, both born about 1762 and married in 1783. Children: William, Joseph, Thomas, John, Sarah,James and Elizabeth. Willima was married to an Amelia King, born maybe 1784 in Dinton. Can't get any further back that Daniel. Any one any ideas?
red mail Hitchcock
I have an Elizabeth Hitchcock who married Daniel Stevens at Dinton on my family tree. Do not know much about Elizabeth but have details of the marriage and some of her descendants. Would love to find out more.
red mail HITCHCOCK
I have recently compiled a history of the HITCHCOCK family since arrival in New Zealand in 1854. Father Thomas was a baker in Ford. Still looking for more info on family as some doubt still exists over the original family.
cooper reginald/mary elizabeth
Reginald cooper born 1856/mary elizabeth born 1857 They had eight children . their family home was 6, boot lane . where reginald cooper raised pigs and smoked them for local consumption and his wife worked lace to pay the cost of the land refermation taxes. they also bought up several of their grandchildren one of them Reginald frank cooper who went to war in the 1st. world war and lost his leg while in battle at the very young age of only 19years. He however after many operations and some time in the chelsea hospital, London . gained a new career and became a shoe maker. He was also one of the first chelsea pensioners we believe . He married late in life and had a daughter. Much of the family moved around the area and some went on the first boat to the new continet from Plymouth hoe. However it is said that (this is family talk) the first woman to be hung for murder in The americas was Alice Cooper who shot a man for bad behaviour. There are many coopers around the area still and the cottage in boot lane is I believe still there,
red mail jones
looking for any info on richard jones born 1823 in dinton married an elizabeth we think richard was a farmers son , he became a publican and lived in and around dinton

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