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Mapledurham Oxfordshire
One of the most delightful villages on the Thames, Mapledurham nestles under richly wooded hills. It is approached by winding lanes shaded by rows of elms. Its cottages are lovely; its beautiful mill is perhaps... more
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red mail ALLAWAY family of Mapledurham
Does anyone know anything of the ALLAWAY family in or around Mapledurham? I am especially interested in James Allaway who married a Susannah. Their son, also James, was born in Chelsea/Kensington in 1833 but I can find no trace of his parents there before that date and believe they may possibly have come from Oxfordshire.
red mail Blount family of Mapledurham
I am Librarian and Archivist to the Blount family and their direct descendants at Mapledurham, who have been in residence there since 1490 and trace their descent back to 9th century kings of Denmark. We welcome family inquiries
Fullbrook Family
Researching Dinah Fulbrook (Fullbrook), any information regarding her parents would be welcome. Dinah is belived to have been a servant in Mapledurham before moving to Pyrton. She had two sons Stephen b1818 and Timothy B1820
red mail Brookers of Mapledurham, Oxfordshire
I'm looking for further information about my ancestors the Brookers of Mapledurham (William Brooker (sometimes spelt Broker in old records) b 1776, married Ann Allum in Mapledurham in 1800. Also information on other presumably working class families in Mapledurham village: Allum (variation: Allom) Strong, Lewis. Many thanks. Zoe
red mail John or Richard Trindall/Trindle/Trendall
I am looking for information on these 2 brothers born in the 1730-1740 range in Mapledurham. Things like marriage information or death dates would be helpful.
Smith Family
James Smith moved to Mapledurham from Somerset around 1879. He was married to Jane Luxton formly Vickery in 1864. They had 9 children. George born 1871 married 1896 to Rosa Gerring was my grandfather.

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