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London & Middlesex Lookup Requests / Transcription of a doc at LMA required
« on: Thursday 30 August 18 11:30 BST (UK)  »
I am looking for someone who uses LMA archives to look at an original document for me.

An Insurance cert for Fenny Stratford, in Bucks, in the name of: "Richard Garner, Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, victualler".  Reference CLC/B/192/F/001/MS11936/334/515393.

I don't think this is available digitally from Ancestry. Please correct me if that's wrong, and I will visit my local library and pull it from there.

A photo would be great, but just a full transcription would suffice.  Is anyone going soon for research?

Hogsty

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Hi, just picked up on the Cherry Tree Cottage mention, a lot of the deeds for that building are stored at Beds Archives, under X395/93 to /97. Lots of Hutton mentions....

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Bedfordshire Lookup Requests / Re: Woburn - Parish Register Lookup - SALMON
« on: Wednesday 02 November 16 11:13 GMT (UK)  »
There are two books about Robert Salmon of Woburn in the Local Heritage Library, which is inside Bedford Library.

1.    “R. Salmon’s controversy with the Woburn Market Committee, occasioned by their having unlawfully, and unjustly, turned out and excluded part of their own members, without any authority so to do.”
Woburn, S. Dodd, [1818?]
This is made up of the following pamphlets:
1.   Censure received from Mr. Day’s office and preface 3pp [13/03/1818]
2.   Refutation 1pp [14/03/1818]
3.   To the inhabitants of Woburn. The exposition no.1 by Robert Salmon 24pp [n.d.]
4.   Mr Salmon’s reasons for resigning of the Woburn Market Regulations [n.d]
5.   Woburn dialogues; drawn up to shew the characters of the parties 4pp [11/06/1818]
6.   Observations on a letter from William Shepard [By R. Salmon] 23pp [01/01/1819]
7.   Vote of annual Vestry Copy of resolution [of thanks to R. Salmon] 1pp 25/03/1819]
8.   Letter to the inhabitants of Woburn [by R. Salmon] 1pp 27/03/1819]
9.   Copy of a bulling letter lately received [by R. Salmon] 27pp July 1819]
10.   Handbill “Woburn Markets and Fairs” By R. Salmon 11/09/1819]
S Dodd, publ Title page and nos. 1, 9 & 10 and probably 2 & 7
S Manning (Newport), publ 3, 4, 5,  & 8.
Hay & Turner, London, publ 6.

2.   A biographical sketch of Mr Salmon who died at Woburn Park Bedfordshire October 1821. London, J. Brettell 1822. 23pp.

I have not seen either of these in any other collection, not even the British Library has them.

Hogsty.

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Buckinghamshire / Re: LIGHTFOOT in Walton, North Bucks
« on: Saturday 18 April 15 08:39 BST (UK)  »
Sorry, I should have made it clearer.  Mine is the North Bucks Walton, between Wavendon and Simpson, not the Aylesbury one.

I have literally just had the permission to add a photo of the Lightfoots to my page about the inn, which is here:

http://www.mkheritage.co.uk/wsc/docs/1841%20Pine%20Tree%20Inn,%20Walton.html

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Buckinghamshire / Re: LIGHTFOOT in Walton, North Bucks
« on: Thursday 16 April 15 13:11 BST (UK)  »
Bingo!  Thanks for the tip, Rosie, found as LIGHTFORT on Findmypast!  Now I can look for burials in Wavendon.

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Buckinghamshire / LIGHTFOOT in Walton, North Bucks
« on: Wednesday 15 April 15 15:34 BST (UK)  »
Currently researching the LIGHTFOOT family, who ran an inn in Walton called "The Angel", later "The Pine Tree".  John took the inn with his with Martha just before 1838, he was born in North Crawley. John died 1857, wife continued with the inn until their son William took over in 1875.  William married Elizabeth EASTMAN in 1869.

William and Elizabeth had two daughers, Margaret Elizabeth and Frances Ellen.  Margaret married a George GRAVES, but there were no children. Frances married Capt. Frank POULTON of the Church Army in Luton, and had one daughter, Daisy.

I know there is a great photo of the family outside the inn at Bucks archives. The inn closed 1909, and I can't find William or Elizabeth on the 1911 census.  Any other family information welcome. 


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Bedfordshire Completed Look ups / Re: Richard Perry of Aspley Guise
« on: Monday 30 March 15 13:09 BST (UK)  »
There is a whole book on the Perry family of Aspley Guise and area, by Joyce Perry.  They are expensive, if you can even find one, but your local library service might be able to get one.

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Completed Census Requests / Re: 1861 Lookup please Completed Thanks
« on: Tuesday 17 March 15 11:52 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Tazzie and other Collins descendants... 

I'm looking into John Collins from the 1841 Census (married to Elizabeth Collins, 39, and had four sons, Noah, 12, Josiah, 10, James, 7 and John, 5.), and I believe he was one of three rioters convicted at the Aylesbury Assizes after the Swing Riots of 1831. 

He continues appearing in the Census in Wavendon until 1871, by which time his address is listed as Hardwick Cottage, in modern day Woburn Sands  A death of a John Collins is recorded in the Newport Pagnell area in 1879. ‘Thomas’ is used as a forename in some records.

Have you come across this event before?

Paul

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Cambridgeshire / Re: COX - The Windsor Arms, in Wendy cum Shingay
« on: Tuesday 23 September 14 07:15 BST (UK)  »
Hi.  We don't have a family connection to it, just that a relative lived next door when they were very young and wanted to know about it.  If you find out anything, please let us know.
Thanks.

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