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red mail Jelley or Fox
Our Jelley family in New Zealand have an ancestor James Jelley who was aka James Fox, having possibly been adopted by Keziah Jelley's eventual husband, William Fox. The Jelley researcher in UK has traced this family to the village of Byfield in Northamptonshire. Thank you. Stan
red mail Gare
Looking for info on Gare family from Byfield
red mail Stanton family of Byfield
Looking for anyone with a connection and information regarding George Stanton c1807 and his wife Sarah nee Waters c1806. George born Byfield, Sarah could have been Badby. They had three sons Edward Dennis 1842,Joseph William 1846 and Henry c1838. Henry went on to be a policeman in Coventry. Joseph moved to Birmingham and Edward moved to Rugby.
red mail fennel
Elizabeth ? born abt1799 in Byfield married William Fennell abt 1823 William had previously married Margaret ? in abt 1812 in Warwickshire William and Elizabeth had 7 children . William, Elizabeth Ann ,Walter,Emma,Fredrick George, Elizabeth, and Amelia all born in Lambeth My connection is through Walter who married Hannah? 1n 1853 and had my great great grandfather James Fennell
Sewell - Bloxham Family - Chacombe - Byfield
Hi! I am looking for information on Henry SEWELL of Byfield who married Susannah Bloxham of Chacombe in 1794. They actually married in Banbury St Mary. Their children were: John Sewell, b 1794 Samuel Sewell, b 1797, William Sewell, b 1799, Ann Sewell, b 1802, Thomas Sewell, b 1806, (my ancestor) Sarah Sewell, b 1807, Elizabeth Sewell, b 1809, Henry Sewell, b 1812 Any information welcome, Bram T, Australia
red mail Agnes Florence Jennings nee Brown
I am looking for information on Agnes Florence Jennings nee Brown. She lived in Byfield until her death in 1958. She had four children, Louisa Brown, William, Percy and Fred Jennings. She was in the Daventry Union Workhouse in September 1901 and March 1902, registered under the parish of Byfield. Her father William George Brown was a chimney sweep. She married Frank Jennings in Blakesley in 1902. She lived in a cottage on Westhope Lane and later at a cottage by the churh. Any information would be much appreciated.
Elizabeth ?
Elizabeth wife of William Fennell of Eydon born Byfield 1790s
red mail Byfield, and Weedon
Looking for family History of the Perry And Hutt Family

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