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red mail Boyles family, Long Itchington, Warwickshire
My paternal Boyles ancestor (George) hailed from Long Itchington, before emigrating to Dunedin, New Zealandin the 19th C. I am interested in any information anyone may have please. H Taylor.
red mail Parkers of Long Itchington
I am seeking information on my ancestor Sarah Parker b. 1785 in Long Itchington, Warwickshire.
Chater family
Looking for any info re: Edward Chater, b c1800 in Long Itchington, especially about his parents and his wife Sarah,also born in Long Itchington C1800. Thanks!
red mail Sabin Of Long Itchington Warwick
Ancestor Mary Sabin born about 1759 Long Itchington Married Mathias Clark or Clerk 1788 at Newbold Pacey Died circa 1821.Dau. Hannah born 1789 was my Gr. Grandmother.
red mail Mann family
I am researching the Mann family of Long Itchington. I am particularly interested in Thomas Mann (born abt 1839). He was a wheelwright and lived at various times in Offchurch, Napton, Wootton Wawen and Rugby. I believe his father was William Mann who was a farmer or market gardener in Long Itchington. Any information on Thomas and the Mann family in general would me most appreciated.
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Long Itchington - Lime / Cement families
The CEMEX / Rugby Cement Archives have various papers relating to those who worked at the Kaye / Rugby Lime / Cement Works at Long Itchington. These include staff registers and Deeds / information on the works and properties that provided land for quarries. If your family lived in Long Itchington / Southam / Stockton from 1820s onwards, there may be references. Any information on families working at the cement works welcomed. John
red mail Fell family
We are looking for Richard Fell who married Amelia Baker on the 14 05 1910 they had children among which are Phylis, Barbara, Lester,Richard,Brenda and more we think
red mail Probit-Provett
Looking for info on a George Probit born abt 1786 in Long Itchington,his age changes alot according to cencus returns. Married a Sarah Clark.
red mail Boyles Family
Looking for info on the boyles family,they lived in Long Itchington in the late 1700s and and 1800s,the earliest are John and Mary in 1795,has anybody any info please.Gary
red mail Gilks Family
Looking for information on Thomas Gilks b.about 1822,and family. 1861 census living in cottage on Coventry Rd.Occupation labourer in Stoneworks. Variant Gilkes
red mail Johnson
Joseph Johnson born 1793 in Walsall,married Kitty born 1793 from West Haddon. They settled in Church End, LONG ITCHINGTON where their son John was born in 1830. Joseph and John were saddlers. Joseph & Kitty had another son called Michael, born 1813.
red mail Raven's
Peter Raven born around 1702 married Ann. Children were Peter & Anne. Peter junior married Mary Cooper in 1761, they had 5 children inc John born 1781 in Bardwell. John married Hannah, they had 9 children inc Charlotte born 1828. Charlotte married James Waine and had Eliza 1852, Charles 1854, Ellen 1856, and Thomas 1858.
red mail Biddle Family
Looking for members of the long Itchington Biddle family. My Great Grandfather was born Charles Biddle, son of pheobe, in 1850
red mail Palmer family
looking for details of palmer family who lived in long itchington or priors hardwick Albert married Ellen french then moved to yorkshire Ellen,s parents were James and Sarah French .Albert and Ellen were my grandparents both born in 1875
red mail Atkins
At the start of the 19th Century my ancestor, Ann Atkins, was born in Long Itchington. Her parents were William and Elizabeth Atkins. Ann had 7 brothers and sisters. Ann married in approx 1835 to John Harris from Aston Le Walls, Northamptonshire and moved there. Any connections?
red mail Isaac family
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