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red mail Walker/White
Have come across a newspaper article regarding my husbands grandparents Daisy Elizabeth WHITE and George Thomas WALKER wedding in Lower End Wavendon in the local paper, Sept 17th 1918. Either parents were not present at the wedding and Daisy's father didn't give the bride away, perhaps not unusual but intrigued if anyone knows the reasons why? We have a wedding photograph of Daisy and Georges's wedding and no family present except Daisy's brother in law HG HANNA and the brides brother acting as best man, no name given, but could be John (Jack) or Arthur (Charlie) Would be very interested if anyone knows further details that could help put the jigsaw together and I would be willing to share my info. Thank you.
red mail PAYNE, Wavendon/Bow Brickhill
I'm trying to get some information about JABEZ PAYNE who married ANNIE EMMA BARDEN on 29 January 1888 at Bow Brickhill, but was said to have been born in Wavendon in the 1860s. He was the son of BENJAMIN PAYNE and his wife ELIZABETH, and possibly moved to Watford and then to Willesden in Middlesex. Any ideas?
Bernard SINFIELD married Sarah HANSHA 19 April 1715 in Wavendon and they had 3 children that I know of (John, William and Sarah) between 1716 and 1720. I know that Bernard married Mary CHAPPEL 21 July 1734, but have no idea about the origin/demise of Sarah HANSHA at all. It is possible that the surname could be HANSHAW/HANSCHE or something else, but I'm at a loss! Any help would be gratefully received.
WILLIAM HARTWELL married SARAH possibly in Wavendon around 1800/1801 (they had a son John christened 30 August 1801 who married Sophia Frost). I have no further information on William or Sarah at all.
red mail Going and farr family of wavendon
Any information of graves would be appreciated thanks
red mail Photos please...
Looking for any photos of the village of Wavendon in Buckinghamshire and it's residents around 1860 to 1920 for my family research. Lynn
red mail Cook, Swain, Bristow
Cook family from Wavendon, Bucks. George (b 1849) and wife Sarah Mary Robinson and children:Ellen Alice, Annie Rebecca, George Frederick, Frederick William, Henry, Beatrice Emily, Lizzie (buried in Wavendon church St. Mary)Amy, Harry and Arthur (these two are buried with Lizzie.) Annie Rebecca (b1875) married Harry Swain (b1871) and they lived in Lambeth, Surrey. Daughter Florence Swain (b1908) married Maurice Bristow (known as Banjo) b1898.
red mail Baylis BAYLISS
Hello I am trying to trace two people from 8 Lower End, Wavendon. They lived there in December 1973. Their names were Selina May Bayliss aged 36 years at the time, and her husband, James William Bayliss, who was 51 years old. I do not know if they are still there, but I would be grateful if someone could help me. Variant: Baylis Many thanks.
red mail Claridge
We are interested in the Claridge family from Wavendon. Thomas, who was born in Wavendon in 1826, married Elizabeth Willis from Surrey. In 1850 they emigrated to New Zealand on the Castle Eden which was probably the fifth ship to arrive with settlers at the Port of Lyttleton. Any information on the family would be much appreciated. Audrey.
Sharp Family
I am trying to find details of the SHARP family of Wavendon. William Sharp married Susanna HIGGS in December 1782. Their children were William, 1783, Mary, 1785, Elizabeth, 1787, Susannah, 1790, Charlotte, 1792, Sarah, 1794, Thomas, 1797 and John 1799. I have found Charlotte on the 1851 census for Wavendon, a spinster living with her brother-in-law, Daniel GRACE, born abt. 1792 in Shenley, Bucks. He was by then a widower, but I am pretty sure he was married to Susannah Sharp. They had two daughters, Ann and Mary that I know of. Any help with this family would be much appreciated.

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