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Broadwell Oxfordshire
Broadwell's beauty has one sad note, two stone pillars are all that survive from its old manor house, destroyed by fire long ago. In the shade of a fine chestnut and an elm a pretty corner of the churchyard has... more
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red mail Edmonds
I am looking for the Family of Frances / Fanny Edmonds, Parents/Siblings. Frances Married my 3 x Great Grandfather, Thomas Wheeler and they lived in Filkins in the 1841 Census. I believe Frances died in 1844. Any help appreciated, thank you. Ellen.
red mail Parents of Charles Clack
Searching for the parents of Charles Clack. I believe Charles was born abt 1732-1736. He was buried at Broadwell in Mar 1784.
red mail Charles and Samuel Clack
Charles Clack married Mary Simpson in 1759 at Kencot. Samuel Clack married Elizabeth Simpson in 1759 at Kencot. Mary and Elizabeth Simpson were sisters. Does anyone know if Charles and Samuel were related?
red mail Charles Clack
Looking for baptism of Charles Clack. Married Mary Simpson at Kencot in 1759. Resided in Filkins before marriage. Died in Broadwell Mar 1784.
red mail Shayler (Shailer, Shaylor) family in Broadwell
Researching the Shayler family in Broadwell, Langford and Black Boughton in the 18th Century, following the line of William (1781), his father William (1741), Austin (c.1715) and precedents. If you've any leads or connections I'd love to hear from you.
red mail GEORGE, William 1837-1848
Info required on William George (Gamekeeper) at Bradwell Grove in 1837, died in 1846. Wife's name Sarah and a son named Richard. Possibly buried in Broadwell Churchyard
red mail STEVENS
Looking for info on the Stevens family in Broadwell. Thomas Stevens, wife Rachael had sons Thomas 1806, William 1808, Henry 1810, Joseph 1812, Rachael 1816, Charles 1819.

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