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Sibford Gower Oxfordshire
Sibford Gower has a glory of thatch and stone, a Quaker's burial ground in the shadow of grand elms, and a church of early Victorian days. Also it has a house in a hillside garden with gables and tower and wind... more
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red mail Siggs family, Sibford
Searching for any information about this family. All I know now, 2 sons Richard and David - anything else appreciated.
red mail Innes, Bishop
Searching for history of Innes or Bishops who lived in the village in early 1930s
red mail Poulton or Polton
Researching the Poulton/Polton families of Burdrop/Sibford Gower.
red mail Green ,Mountford Parkes
Any information on Charlotte Green she married William Mountford Parkes at the Wesleyan Chapel Banbury on 31 Aug 1873, also Richard Green her father he was a Mason by trade in Sibford Gower. I believe he died between 1851& 1861 if anyone has any local knowledge of the area I would be very pleased to hear about it.
red mail Sibford Gower/Banbury
Researching the HUNT surname originally of Sibford Gower, Oxfordshire. Especially interested in James Stevenson (Henry) HUNT born in Banbury Workhouse in 1848 to Ann Maria HUNT. He was a Tailor by trade and moved to Leamington Spa, Warwiskchire where he married his cousin Priscilla HUNT. They had a number of children and were resident in nearby Whitnash at the time of the 1891 census - names of surviving children include James Henry b 1876, William b 1880, Charles b 1881, Alice b 1884, Arthur Leonard b 1887 and Frederick Sydney b 1889. Also keen to find out more about his grandmother Sarah HAMMOND and Uncle William Hancox HUNT, both of Birmingham. His cousin Silvester HUNT, a watchmaker/jeweller is also an interesting character and I would love to learn more about him.
red mail Lively and Manning families
Researching the Lively and Manning families of the Swalcliffe parish, Sibford Gower, Burdrop and Banbury back from the marriage of William Manning(1831-1876) to Elizabeth Lively (1840-?). Have reached impasse with John & Dorothy Lively in the 1740s. Welcome any information.

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