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red mail CLEAR family
George Clear was born in Hunsdon in 1839, he married Fanny Bennett, born 1841 in Essendon. They had 6 children - Walter Edward,1869, Arthur George, 1872, David James,1873, Ada Mary, 1875, Frank Joseph,1877 and Minnie Maud, 1879. All born in Hertingfordshire. I am looking for any offspring in this family. My husband's line comes from George's youngest brother, Joseph Clear, born 1848 and it would be nice to fill it out further. Many thanks, Penny
red mail Hunsdon Lodge
Looking for details of a Darby family of Hunsdon c.1775-1850 esp. those linked to Hunsdon Lodge (Thomas, George, Richard)
Seeking information on Hannah Bennet 1781-1857, married William Goodwin, Hunsdon 1806.
red mail Buxton Brewers
Trying to discover information on the Buxton Family who lived in Hunsdon. I know that John H Buxton was a Brewer, who kept a fairly substantial household. in 1881 he had 9 servants, including a butler, groom and footman! I know my great grandmother, Annie, was employed by him. My cousin has a clock presented to great gran. the inscription bears J H's name and Annie's length of service. On census returns Annie is living at the Lodge Hunsdon. I believe that the Buxton's lived at Bury House Hunsdon. Does anyone know where that was? Thanks
red mail Biscoe
any information on the Biscoe family. especially Thomas born about 1826 and William born 1852.
red mail Bennett Family
Thomas Bennett according to 1881 census born Hunsdon about 1852, married Sarah Woods 25/12/1866 St Pancras, London. Children:- Felix b 1872, Hephzibah Judith b 1878.

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