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Buckinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1851 Marriage William Hawkins Maria Langston
« on: Thursday 02 April 20 18:00 BST (UK)  »
Was William Hawkins born c1821, Tring, Hertfordshire.

If so, Maria Langston was born c1827, (Marsh), Great Kimble, Bucks.

Same source; Burial - 19 Jun 1873. William HAWKINS aged 52 of Walton, Aylesbury


Steve. :)

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Buckinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1851 Marriage William Hawkins Maria Langston
« on: Thursday 02 April 20 17:14 BST (UK)  »
From BucksFHS -  St Mary's Aylesbury Transcripts CD.

Marriage 25 Dec 1851.

William X HAWKINS of full age, Bachelor of Aylesbury, Boatman son of Joseph Hawkins, Boatman
Maria X LANGSTON of full age, Spinster of Aylesbury daughter of Charles Langston, Labourer

Witnesses -  George(x)Langston & Elizabeth(x)White


Steve. :)

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Buckinghamshire / Re: 1938 High Wycombe a blast from the past!
« on: Saturday 08 February 20 18:17 GMT (UK)  »
"Oh, and there's the problem of preparing a bird or rabbit......plucked and skinned, who would do that in a 21 century kitchen. ::) ;D.......and who would have the knowledge in the first place. ;D"

I processed a Pheasant last week. Never tried anything like that before but just followed a film guide on the internet. No bother! Not sure I'd want to do it too often though.

Imber

That's cheating. ;D ;D

//

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Buckinghamshire / Re: 1938 High Wycombe a blast from the past!
« on: Saturday 08 February 20 18:08 GMT (UK)  »
How long would a butchers shop be open to today, with a display like that. ;D

'Elf n safety/food standards would have it shut down in a heartbeat.  But would anyone today even think about buying anything from a shop like that.

Oh, and there's the problem of preparing a bird or rabbit......plucked and skinned, who would do that in a 21 century kitchen. ::) ;D.......and who would have the knowledge in the first place. ;D

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Oxfordshire / Freeman or Bateman - Marriage. 1742.
« on: Wednesday 04 December 19 17:55 GMT (UK)  »
Oxfordshire Marriage Bonds......
Simon Bateman/Mary Bourn of Tring, Hertz, 1742 Brize Norton.

1742. Simon Freeman, of Rotherfield Peppard to Mary Lardner, of Shiplake.

From Oxfordshire, England, Church of England Baptism, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812. (Ancestry)

Original says Simon Freeman. Married, Thame, Oxfordshire. 29 Sept 1742.  to Mary Bourn of Tring.

This couple went onto have children in Wing, Buckinghamshire, using Bateman as a surname.

Was it a hard of hearing Cleric who made an error, or did Simon lie. Or was he born Freeman.   OR, was it Simon Bateman 'a Freeman'.  Discrepancy between original and Bishops Transcripts. ??

Any thoughts please. ;D

Steve. :)

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From BucksFHS - Princes Risborough Transcripts CD.

No other details, apart from this for his burial.  I would suggest a burial search from BucksFHS, for £1 per single person search, covering 100 years.

Burial  - 8 Dec 1676. John GOODCHILD.

Baptism - 25 Sep 1614. John son of William & Margerie GOODCHILD.
Baptism - 11 Jan 1610. Jone daughter of William & Margerie GOODCHILD

Marriage - 24 Apr 1637. 
      Thomas WINCH.
      Joane GOODCHILD.

Marriage - 10 Nov 1606.
             William GOODCHILD
             Margaret BLICK.


Steve. :)

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The Group photo, I would suggest between 1908 to 1915.  I have a similar photo that is dated specifically to 29 May 1915.The clothes style is extremely similar.

As for the single poser, say 1925 ish, maybe a bit before.  She looks that bit older.

Steve. :)

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From BucksFHS - Wendover Transcripts CD.

Baptism - 6 Aug 1848. Marianne, child of Peter & Elizabeth EDMUNDS of Wendover, Haybinder.
Baptism - 3 Jul 1842   Joseph child of Peter & Elizabeth EDMONDS of Wendover, Labourer.
Baptism - 4 May 1845   William, born 7 Jan 1845, child of Peter & Elizabeth EDMUNDS of Wendover, Haybinder.

Burial -12 May 1850. William EDMUNDS aged 4y 6m of Wendover.

Burial - 9 Oct 1849. Elizabeth EDMUNDS aged 38 of Wendover.

Burial - 13 May 1895. Peter EDMONDS, aged 87 of Kings Ash.

Marriage. 28 Jul 1861.by Banns.
Peter EDMONDS, aged FA, Widower, of Wendover, Labourer son of Joseph Edmonds, Labourer
Ann X CRAFT, aged FA, Spinster of Wendover, Plaiter daughter of James Craft, Labourer
Witnesses - Charles Higgs, Charlotte X Higgs.


Baptism - 12 Jan 1823. Ann, daughter of James & Ann CRAFT of Wendover, Labourer.

Marriage -  14 Oct 1810. by Banns
James CRAFT, Bachelor otp.
Ann X JUFFKINS, Spinster otp.
Witnesses - John Juson, Martha Juson, John Franklin.

Burial - 6 Apr 1836. Ann CRAFT, aged 44, of Wendover.
Burial - 5 Oct 1841.  James CRAF,T aged 56, of Wendover.


Steve. :)

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Oxfordshire / Re: Busby family in Oxfordshire - 1733-1831 connections
« on: Sunday 04 August 19 11:57 BST (UK)  »
I rarely use manorial rolls, if at all.

It would be case of chasing down both candidates in Census, or deaths certs or burials for both.

The baptism to William & Ann, is just a transcript. Where the other, is an actual transcript of the original record showning on Anc.

Marriages for both Williams to Ann and Phebe is also a must.  William Busby could have possibly married both, IF Ann had died.   That is something to consider. 
The best I can do is check the OxFHS Marriage Index 1538-1837, for both mariages, if they occured in Oxfordshire. (I'll get back to you on that, when I've looked).

I haven't traced them any further, other than those 2 baptisms for James.

Steve. :)


EDIT:.  One marriage that MAY fit, is this one, to Ann....!

William Busby to Ann Colley - @ Banbury. 3rd Aug 1810.  No other info from the Index.

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