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red mail William Collet(t) late 18th century
I believe my 5x great grandfather was William Collet(t) who was a member of the Strict Baptist church in Haddenham in the 1790s. Does anyone have any information on the non-conformist Colletts in Haddenham and surrounding area?
red mail Moses Hill
Searching for the birth/baptism of Moses Hill born Haddenham circa 1799. Moses worked as an agricultural labourer in the area marrying circa 1825 an Elizabeth Hill (maiden name unknown) of Northleach Oxfordshire. In particular, interested in names of his parents and/or siblings.
red mail HADDENHAM
Searching for any information on following families : SAUNDERS, FRANKLIN, GREENWOOD, ROSE
red mail piggott
i am searching piggotts of haddenham henry piggott married to jane bunce
Harts from Haddenham 1970/1980's
Searching for any information about, or people that may have known, my grandparents, Reginald & Lilian (Reggie & Molly) Hart who lived for many years in a thatched cottage in Windmill Lane/Road, Haddenham, Bucks.
red mail Collindridge or other spellings
I'm looking for the Collindridge family (they said born in Haddenham Bucks and they then moved to Wombwell Yorks) They were also called Collinbridge and Collinridge on various census. Elizabeth (b1856) married Thomas Jones, my GGF
red mail Plater
I am looking for information about my great x3 grandmother's family. Sarah was born in Haddenham in 1804 to Richard and Jane nee Bacon. I know her father was a shoemaker and that Sarah had 8 siblings. Sarah married Thomas Stevens in 1824 in Aylesbury. They lived for some time in Ducks Lane Haddenham - I suspect with her parents. Sarah and Thomas migrated to Australia with their 7 children in 1848. Any information about her siblings and her parents will be gratefully received.
red mail Plastow
I am researching the Plastoe/Plastow?Plaistow & Munday family of Haddenham and would love to hear from like researchers.
red mail Hone/Webb - the Rising Sun Inn
Looking for any info on Henry George Hone (b abt 1872 Haresfield Gloucester) and his wife Louisa (nee Webb b1870 Maidenhead Berks) they lived at the rising sun inn on thame st in Haddenham Bucks on the 1901 census. they seem to have moved about alot as their children where born in wiltshire, Berkshire, Derbyshire and Gloucester.
kemp family
looking for details of Kemp and Bates families lived in Haddenham Bucks in 1800 on
red mail COX FAMILY
Interested in anything on the Cox family from Haddenham. My great great grandmother was Ann Cox born about 1820, daughter of Henry Cox. Married Edward Lovett in 1849 in Berkhamsted. Ended up in Hammersmith, West London.
red mail Saw/Webb families of Haddenham
I have quite a lot of information about the Saws descending from Thomas born c1804 in Haddenham, but would like to trace the family further back. Thomas married Sarah Ironmonger - children Rebecca 1823, Samuel 1826, Ruth 1829, Esther 1835, Nathan 1838, Jesse 1840. Does anyone have any information? I am also interested in the Webb family. Richard Webb born c1816 Cuddington married Sarah Hawkins. Children Thomas 1839, Jane Elizabeth 1842, William 1845, James 1850, Sophia 1855.
Any descendant of Peter johnson 1802 and Sophia Lee 1806 also there children Cyrus 1834 and Silas 1836 also a daughter 1839 with the middle name of harriet
red mail James Penn
I am researching the Penn family, James Penn was the father of Richard Joseph Penn and was born in 1838. His wife was Ellen Penn born in Dinton Buckinghamshire. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Haddenham families
I am researching these families from Haddenham. Adams, Rose, Cox, Pratt, Stevens, Small
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. Believe Thomas may have been born in Haddenham.
red mail Amos
Family lore has it that our ancestor Francis Amos came from an orphanage in Haddenham, Bucks. He married Frances Mander who was born about 1845. Can anyone throw any light on Francis, or on the existence of an orphanage, please?
red mail Gomm
I am looking for more information on the Gomms who lived in Haddenham and nearby Aston Sandford in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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