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red mail Alice Turner
I am looking for the birth record for Alice Turner.her birth came from census, I do not know her parents . Her marriage to William Hillsdon at Aynho in 1812 then she lived at Garsington Oxfordand died at Garsington in 1858 age 77
red mail Berberow, Bevington
John Bevington married Sarah Berberow(Burborough?) in 1713 in Aynho. I know that they were both Quaker families. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail WESTBURY family of Aynho, Souldern area
I am looking for anyone with information or details of the Westbury family who worked for the Cartwright family in Aynho; most notably William Walter Westbury (1871-) and his wife Caroline (formerly Roads, 1874) and their children. Any insight and further information into the Westbury family, either their descendants or indeed ancestors would be hugely helpful, especially of William and Caroline's grandchildren, who included my Grandmother.
red mail Thomas Gurney (Station Master) and the Railway Station
Can anybody please tell me anything about Thomas Gurney, who was the stationmaster until 1917, and the history of the railway station?
red mail Bortons in Aynho
Researching family name of Borton appears to take me north to Aynho. Henry Borton married to Martha both from Northamptonshire as stated in 1851 census and this is my ggg grandfather. Son is Thomas born in London in 1818 and a daughter, Sarah born 1833. All living in London in 1851. Any help very much appreciated
red mail Bortons in Aynho
My family tree shows an extensive population of Bortons in Aynho from the 15th century to the 19th century. Are there still any Bortons living in the village please and if so do they have any geanaology to share. I am particularly interetsd in establishing the parents of my ggggggg John Borton b1693 (married to Margaret). Thanks
red mail Borton Family
Re my earlier Mar05 request - a contact thru Curious Fox has resolved my query and I now know my ggg grandfather was William Borton b.1795 in Aynho who married (date not known) Sarah b.1797 in nearby Cropredy Oxon. I now need to trace William's parentage, can anyone help please?
red mail Eli Ford, born in Aynho in 1833
I am searching for Eli Ford who was born in England, 30 Dec 1833. He came to Canada some time in 1851. There is an Eli Ford, born 1833 in Aynho in the 1851 British Census. He does not appear in any further British Census although the rest of his family does. His father is Joseph, b. 1803, siblings Sarah b. 1832, George b. 1836, Hannah b. 1839, Mary b. 1841. Mother not living in 1851. Can anyone confirm that this Eli emigrated to Canada?
red mail French (Woodwards, Homer) Aynho
My ancestor George French (born ca 1798, Northants) lived at Aynho at least from his first (?) marriage 22 Apr 1822 to Rachel Woodwards (children Thomas, Jane, Charlotte) to the end of his second marriage to Mary Homer (children: George, Robert, William, John, Mary). He emigrated to Canada in 1842; wife Mary died on the voyage. Jane (m. Thomas Hickman) and perhaps Charlotte stayed in England. Any connection to the little tribe of Frenches in the area?
red mail Robbins Family
William Robbins born c 1818 died 1884, agricultural labourer born Aynho, Northants. Wife Elizabeth born c 1823 Clifton, Oxfordshire died 1890. Children: Elizabeth c 1854, Frederick c 1857, Sarah Ann 1859 all born Aynho.
red mail Borton Family
I have traced my ancestry back to Matthew Borton b.1833 Aynho, Herbert (Thomas) Borton b.1876 Oxford and my father Herbert Matthew Borton b.1901 Oxford. I have certain information suggesting Matthew's father was a William Borton b.Aynho but there appears to be more than one born in the village in the date range 1791 to 1804. One candidate married a Sarah Baldwin b.1797 and potentially a large family was produced which may have included Matthew. Grateful if anyone could help me clarify the right William or any alternative ideas on Matthew's parentage.
red mail Rev George Edward Willes 1844 - 1901
Rev George Edward Willes Born Lichfield 16th August 1844, Died Eton district, 8th September 1901. Matriculated Trinity, Cambridge. Married Brackley 29th July 1869 Laura Harriet Stratton (born Newbury or Turweston, 21st May 1848; died Burnham, Bucks 30th January 1916). 10 recorded children, of whom the earlier ones were born in the early 1870s while he was incumbent of Aynho, which is why I ended up entering him under this location. (Children born subsequently to this couple later in the same decade were born when their father was incumbent minister at Epsom, Surrey.)
red mail DUNN FAMILY
I have noticed a few of you are interested in the Dunns! I am a descendent of Thomas and Temperance Dunn, would love to share information Rebecca
red mail Jeffcock Family
We have some information about Emma Jeffcock nee Turner. We would like more information about the Jeffcock family.
Searching for anyone called Ayriss in this location. My 2xGreat Grandparents lived here in 1880s.
red mail Dunn Family
1891 Census: Frederick Dunn (age 22, born Aynho) appears on this census as a Servant (Footman) for a family called Stevens residing at 15 Foxgrove Road, Becekenham, Kent.
red mail Dunn Family
1891 census: Emma Dunn (nee Borton) head widow 48, Albert son 11 scholar, Alice dau 8, Ellen dau 6. Also James Dunn (son of James and Emma) head 24, Eleanor Mary wife 28, Oliver Joseph son 10.
red mail Dunn Family
Do you have the 1881 census information? James Dunn head 39 farm labourer, Emma wife 38 lacemaker, James son 14 farm labourer, Frederick son 12 scholar, Susanna dau 9, Henry son 7, Joseph son 4, Albert son 1 and Susannah Borton mother-in-law 77 formerly lacemaker. All born Aynho Northants. Susanna is a frequently ocurring Borton name but the two in my family tree are born 1807 and 1808 so don't know if either of these is the Susannah mentioned above.
red mail The Dunn Family
Any information please on the Dunn's. My g.father was Frederick b. 1866/7 his father was James b. 1842/3 who married Emma Borton. Can anyone give me any further details?
red mail The Borton Family
Looking for any information on the Borton family. Have currently traced my ancestry back to Thomas Borton b.1873 (ggggg-grandfather), William Borton b.1805 (gggg-grandfather), Mark Borton b.1831 (ggg-grandfather) and Joseph Borton b.1859 (gg-grandfather) all born in Aynho.
The Jeffcock Family
I am looking for descendants of William Henry Jeffcock, born 1853 and Emma born 1857. They are living in Aynho in 1901. They have 6 children, Margaret, 1885, Sarah, 1887, John, 1889, Gertrude, 1891, Walter, 1893, and Alfred, 1897. William Henry was aBrewer Journeyman.

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