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Clanfield Oxfordshire
Under Clanfield's bridges runs a brook on its way to join the Thames. The village straggles along its course to a pretty corner with two gabled inns whose walls we found white with roses. Among the meadows lies... more
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red mail Emily Cross
I'm searching for my Great Grandmother. She was born 1880 and married a George William Cripps. She had my Grandmother, Esme, in Witney. Esme went on to marry a Greenfield.
red mail Clanfield Shayler/Shaler family
Is anyone researching Daniel Shaler born Clanfield 1802. his parents were John Shaylor b1753 Clanfield and Patient Smith. Any help would be appreciated
red mail CLACK
If the LDS records are correct; this is where I am from. I have gone back as far as Henry Clack born about 1700 married Margaret 1722. I am descended from their 2nd son Thomas b:Jun 12, 1725. I believe I have hit the end of available info on the Web. Are there still Clacks in Clanfield?
red mail COCKBILL & WARNER families
Looking for the births of Philip COCKBILL and Mary WARNER who married at Clanfield in Oxfordshire on 29 May 1758. Both were described as "of this Parish" in the Parish Register. Seeking details of their parents and families. Brian in Swindon
George Morse
Seeking information about George Morse, and his relations, he was born in Clanfield 17 June 1888. He was a labourer. He married Elizabeth DENTON. I believe his parents were farmers in Clanfield. I have a lot more information about the MORSE family
red mail Clanfield, Oxon
Seeking information on the Sperrinks of Clanfield in 17th C. Mentioned in VCH and Pocock. Hope someone might have a little snippet of info to add to my knowledge. I will be pleased to correspond with anyone who has interest in that part of SW Oxon/SEGlos 16-18C.

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