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red mail Sizer
Harry Sizer, who was born in 1903, played in the first football match at Milton Road. Does anybody know who the Sizer who played for the Club before the First World War.
red mail Worland/Cooper family
Related to Worland families of Foxton, particularly Joseph and Elizabeth "Betsy" Worland nee Cooper who arrived in Victoria, Australia, in "Arabian" 29/9/1856. The family spread from Geelong to Euroa, Wangaratta, and other towns. I would be pleased to hear from anyone related to these families. Faye.
red mail Hurrell
Are you a Hurrell descendant from Foxton, Harston, Newton. 1650-1850 ish. Please contact me. Related surnames from this period, Lilly, Greenhill, Singleton, Serjeant, Webb, Swann to name but a few,
Looking for information on Elizabeth Cooper-born 1826 Foxton. Parents where Myhill Cooper & Amelia Cooper. As of the 1851 census Myhill was deceased and Amelia was 61, making year of birth 1790 aprox. She was the publican of what was refered to as the "White Horse". Please let me know if you have or can get any information on this family. Thanks heaps Andrea.
Looking for links to joseph Worland born 12:09:1813 or around this time in Foxton.Sailed from Burkenhead, England 29th September 1856 Arrived Geelong, Australia on the "Arabian", 27th January 1857. married Elizabeth (betsy) Cooper, 1854 @ Parish of Foxton, Cambridge England any info would be greatly appreciated Andrea.
red mail Bateson
I am interested in the Bateson family of Foxton and Fowlmere. Specifically I have connections so far with John Bateson m Sarah Wrigt and their sons William Bateson m Hannah Harwood and another son Elias b 1768 m Ann Pink. William and Hannah had a son William b c1808 who married Elizabeth Barnard b c1805. They married in Foxton 25 Dec 1826 and had children - Josiah b 8 Oct 1828, Thomas and Sarah that I know of, perhaps two Thomas'. Josiah m Elizabeth Newman 27 Dec 1848 in Foxton . They had two daughters Hephzibah b 8 Nov 1849 and Lettice b 18 June 1852 before emigrating to Australia. Any information re connections or help with further dates etc would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Wakeling/Oakman
Lucy and Thomas were married on the 20th October 1821 but microfiche does not say whether she was a spinster or widow. No other Wakelings listed for Foxton. Lucy's death isn't recorded but Thomas's is (1869). Banns only go up to 1818 on fiche. 8 children found in baptisms.
Can anyone do a look up for me, I am trying to trace a Lucy Wakeling who married Thomas Oakman at St.Lawrence Church in 1821. Foxton parish records are not available as yet, and on their marraige entry it should say if Lucy was a Spinster,Widow or whatever. I can not find her anywhere,not even in birth records. She was born about 1806 thats all I know. Can anybody help me.... It may even need a visit to the Church for assistance, I live in Kent so would not be able to look myself. Thankyou
Who married John Rayner in 1842. All I can tell you is that she was from Foxton, Cambridgeshire, born 1823. Any information would be great.

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