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Lewknor Oxfordshire
Lewknor has thatched roofs lost among the trees, a running brook, and Beacon Hill. It owes its legacy of beauty largely to the monks of Abingdon, who did the beautiful and delicate carving in the 14th century c... more
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Rev Martin Thurburn
I am very interested to know if anyone can tell me anything about the Thurburn family who lived at the Vicarage from about 1920 to 1934. They were Martin and Elsie and had three daughters Elizabeth, Christine and Stella. Mary
red mail Cooper Harvey
My husband is trying to trace parents, & any more info, on Cooper Harvey (Cooper is the christian name). All that is known is - believe born 1814 in Lewknor Oxon, died c1886. He married Mary Martin, who lived Stanmore Middx before marrying. Married in St Lawrence, Little Stanmore,Middx 1839. Lived Harrow Middx area 1841. Also had a son called Cooper Harvey b1843 approx.
red mail Matilda ????? Born 1814 in Lewknor
I'm looking for a Matilda who married George Page and lived in High Wycombe - sorry I have no idea about hermaiden name. Thank you.
I have many Quartermaines from Lewknor and surrounding area in my tree and would be interested in hearing from anyone else researching the name in this area. The name is spelled in many different ways according to individual parish registers.
red mail Cutler Family
Richard Cutler married Sarah Neel 29 June 1721 Lewknor Oxford
red mail Hollier family of Lewknor
Looking for the Hollier family of Lewknor and nearby in Oxfordshire around 1700-1850. Esp John Hollier b abt 1813, his father George Hollier and mother Charlotte Hayes. Surname Messenger may figure. Any info at all appreciated.

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