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Combe Oxfordshire
Combe has charming views of the Evenlode winding in the valley, and a crescent of ten fine elms on its pleasant green. Its church was rebuilt about 1400 by the monks of Eynsham, to whom it had belonged since No... more
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red mail Edward and Elizabeth Long
I am looking for information/records for my 4x gt grandpa Edward LONG - Game Keeper, b.abt 1797/8, D.20/9/1871. Wife Elizabeth ? maiden name b.?- d.?1875. Children - Henry b/c 13/3/1831, Ellin b.?1833, Alfred b.?1835, Leah b.?1839, Daniel b.?1841.Any more children? Would love to know who Edward and Elizabeth's parents were, where they lived, ?children. Also Henry's wife Hannah ? LOCKEY - ?birth,death,parents dates and places. Where were all these people buried? I only have Edward's headstone inscription.Records for all these people are elusive. Thank you.
Researching families..THOMAS HUNT(1817&pre1817/ M/ANN HOUNSLOW( 1817-? Had 3 sons william.Thomas.Samuel /DINAH OLIVER1834-1905/ FRED HUNT 1860-1949/M/MATILDA THORNETT1861--1944.(bFinstock Any knowledge you would be willing to share would be much appreciated.Known villages Combe.Stonesfield.Ramsden..possibly other!? It would be v.good to hear from you. With bestwishes,Margaret
red mail Collett
I have been researching my mother's side of the family & know that Abraham Collett was her grandfather. He married Emma Bates in September 1867. Are there any of my relations around?
Mayo Clan
I'm interested in info regarding Mayo family-specficaly Jeremiah Claydon's descendants.Family can be traced though 1800's to 1900's in the village-jeremiah was the cowman in 1891 census!
red mail Snowsell
I'm after details & info of any members of the Snowsell family - particularly around the early 1820s.
I have a lot of parish records for the village of Combe, Oxfordshire, especially for Collier families

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