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Gloucestershire / Re: WARMAN of Stroud
« on: Monday 10 December 18 12:37 GMT (UK)  »
His wife Cora was still alive in 1950.

Gloucestershire / Re: WARMAN of Stroud
« on: Monday 10 December 18 11:26 GMT (UK)  »
Type in haste, repent at leisure... Yes, Portsmouth.  Oops!

Gloucestershire / WARMAN of Stroud
« on: Monday 10 December 18 10:40 GMT (UK)  »
Currently researching EDGAR LESLIE WARMAN (1880-1918) son of William WARMAN, Solicitor of Stroud (?-1909)

Edgar attended Bradfield College, then owned a brewery for three years in Newport Pagnell, Bucks. He married Glencora HAMILTON in Oct 1914 at Southsea, Bournmouth.

Died 8th August 1918, serving with Royal Marines Artillery.

I have Census, Newspapers, War Record etc, but am hoping to find any WARMAN relatives who may know about his life.

Buckinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: Wavendon burial and/or MI of Harriet HARRALD
« on: Monday 26 November 18 17:06 GMT (UK)  »
She was buried there 31st December 1881 according to Registers, but there is no known marker.

Buckinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: Wavendon burial and/or MI of Harriet HARRALD
« on: Tuesday 20 November 18 13:46 GMT (UK)  »
The Buckingham Express, 18th June 1881:
“WAVENDON ODDFELLOWS FEAST.— On Monday last, the members of the ‘Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare' Lodge. M.U., held their annual festival at the Plough Inn. Wavendon. Some sixty persons sat down to dinner, amongst them the farmers and landowners of the parish. The Dunstable Brass Band (Fourth Beds. Volunteers), conducted by Mr. G. Franklin attended at an early hour. The repast provided by Mr. Walter Harrald, the host, was one of unusual liberality. There was a round of beef weighing 40 pounds or more, a sirloin of beef of 29 pounds, two legs of pork (home-fed) of 18 pounds each, legs of mutton of the choicest quality, with plum puddings and pastry in extreme abundance. The meet was supplied by Mr. Benford, of Fenny Stratford, and Mr. Wm. Facer, of Wavendon. The pork was from a good fat pig killed by Mr. Bonner of the village. The sick and general fund shows a balance of £416 0s. 3d; the management fund, £47 16s. 9d.; total worth of the lodge is £488 17s. This includes £50, an absolute loan, brought forward from year to year. It would be a gracious act of the trustees if this sum were utterly obliterated from the minds of the members and their friends', for it only by reflection mars the happiness of many associated with the club, and it must be received as an absolute loss. One member only has been made during the year, five have left by non-payment, and one by clearance. The morning was beautifully fine, but at noon a thunderstorm broke over the district and the usual visit of the members and the band to their liberal patrons was limited to a few only. All went well and happily; there was no breach of the peace. An extra hour, accorded on no previous occasion, was granted to Mr. Harrold, and amid the gratified plaudits of the villagers, the band separated from them with the good old piece of music 'Auld Lang Syne.' ”

Buckinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: Wavendon burial and/or MI of Harriet HARRALD
« on: Tuesday 20 November 18 13:35 GMT (UK)  »
Hi John
I am researching the Plough Inn at Wavendon and came across this posting.  I know the Harralds were only there c.January 1880 to c. August 1882, but if you have any more info about them, I would be pleased to know it.
I will go and see if there is a grave for her at Wavendon.

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?


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....

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.


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