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red mail Taylor
I am trying to find out something about Ronald Taylor who lived in Aston le Walls until his death in 1992. He had a sister (Known as Cissy) who lived in part of the same house, although she did not speak to her brother for many years. My great grandmother was Sarah Ann Taylor who was born in Broughton Northamptonshire in 1852. I would imagine she was the sister of Ronald's father. Sarah Ann married George French and lived in Farthinghoe,Northamptonshire, before moving to Birmingham. She was widowed in 1880 and remarried some time later. If anyone can help me uncover any information, I would be very grateful
red mail Young
Any info on Samuel Young b abt 1809 in Aston Le Walls
red mail The Harris Clan
I am descended from the Harris clan of this village - specifically John Harris born 1808 who moved to Birmingham along with some of his brothers and cousins. I only have information from the census so far. Has anyone been doing research on this lot?
red mail Wilkins - Aston le Walls
I have a family bible from the late 1700s listing members of the Wilkins family, all born in Aston le Walls. I know they are ancestors of mine - possibly marrying into the Harris family but I'm finding it hard to make a link.
red mail wheeler family
seeking any information on the wheeler family in appletree/aston le walls/culworth/brackley areas in the 19C
red mail Appletree
A tiny hamlet within the parish of Aston le Walls, lying on the Northants/Oxfordshire border. Served by the parish church of St Leonards in Aston Le Walls. Primarily a small farming community, with a scattering of homes. Nearby villages include AstonLe Walls, Chipping Warden & Cropredy.
red mail Appletree
Researching COOKNELL of Appletree.

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