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red mail Ing families Long Crendon
Hi, I have four Ing families who baptised and raised their children in Long Crendon, the baptisms range from 1675 to 1805, parents are:- Mark & Ann. William & Mary. William & Mary. John & Hester. The only marriage I can find for the parents is that of John & Hester. Regards.
red mail Ann WEBSTER
Looking for any help with Ann Webster who married John Crook in Long Crendon 30 March 1826. Have found his antecedants but no info on her other than Census data giving her birth 1880/81. She died 28 jan 1880b aged 80 according to death cert. Claims to have been born in the village but nothing in the parish records.
red mail BUCKLES 1860.S
Charles Emmanuel Buckle - Long Crendon - married Maryann from Thame Oxon, They had children, Thirza, Edwin, John, Charles and Kitty - moved to Aston in Birmingham - Thirsa and Maryann not on 1901 census. Occupation in Long Crendon - Funeral Labourer ?? any descendents about.???
Looking for information on the Munday family of Long Crendon.
red mail Small Family Long Crendon
Hello. I'm researching the family of James Small b.c1816/1818 and Mary Towersey b.c1822 from Long Crendon. Hope to hear from anyone with the same interest. Regards.
red mail Long Crendon - Gibson
Researching the Gibson family, including Joseph (born c 1796) & Martha (born c 1802) Gibson and their descendants: William Gibson (born c 1828) married to Sarah Harris of Chilton and their daughter Jane Gibson (born 1857) married William Brown.
red mail Eva YOUNG b.1890 Long Crendon
Seeking information on Eva Young b.1890 last heard of 1911 in Battersea, or decendants of the family. Her father William b.1854, siblings Fred b.1875, Elizabeth b.1881 (married Frederick Warner), Maude b.1886 (married John Ridge). Elizabeth had two children, Matthew b.1903 and Violet b.1908.
red mail John & Elizabeth West
In 1778 a Mr William Baker took out a writ to evict the 5 daughters of John & Elizabeth West from their homes in Tiddington and Long Crendon. Rebecca & John Windover, Frances & Charles Dodwell, Mary & James Buckle, Ann & John Eyres being the defornicants. Can anyone help with explaing what was going on ?
My family
Can anyone help with info re: the parents of William Arnott, born about 1800 in Long Crendon?
red mail Plested (Long Crendon) Buckinghamshire
I am trying to find information about my Great Grandfather, John Henry Plested (born around 1871) and lived in Long Crendon (and any other relatives). He married Harriett Hanah (no surname) who lived in Whitstable in Kent and moved to Tatenhill nr Burton on Trent in Staffordshire. I have no other record other than the 1911 Census which shows that he was a Brewer Labourer and was 40 yrs old at this Census year. I really would like to find out about his parents but having checked through family records there is no further links. I would like to find out about his parents and siblings for my Dad. If anyone can help I would be most grateful. Kind regards.
red mail Sawyer Family
My g.grandmother was a daughter of George Sawyer and Sarah nee Tatham, they had at least 7 other children.
red mail High Street, Long Crendon
Does anyone have or know where I can find: a photo of the line of 6 cottages that fronted at 14 High Street for hundreds of years and were demolished in the 1960s? They were opposite the pub just into the High Street on the right. My Gran used to live there but I only have a picture in my head! Heather.
red mail LOVERIDGE
red mail Ing Family in Long Crendon Bucks
Looking for any information on the Ing family in Long Crendon Bucks.
Looking for infomation on the Crook families, especially links with Bloxam and Cozens
red mail Sawyer
Looking for information on the Sawyer family of Long Crendon.
red mail Dorsett
Looking for information on the Dorsett family of Long Crendon & Chilton areas of Buckinghamshire.

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