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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #27 on: Sunday 03 May 09 18:31 BST (UK) »
A couple more for you Royd, at West Wycombe

Feb 1858
George X DRUCE, aged 23, Bachelor of West Wycombe, Labourer son of Josiah Druce, Labourer
Eliza X KEEN, aged 22, Spinster of West Wycombe daughter of James Keen, Labourer
Witnesses Joseph X Cutler Ann X Cutler Isaac Fryer

24 Apr 1861
Joseph CUTLER, aged 21, Bachelor of Lane End, Blacksmith son of John Cutler, Blacksmith
Frances Ann WEST, aged 23, Spinster of Plumer Hill, West Wycombe, Domestic Servant daughter of James West, Labourer
Witnesses Daniel West M A Hawes Isaac Fryer
by Banns

I can get marriage cert copies for you and post them/scan them in and send them to you if you'd like

Matt
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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 03 May 09 20:53 BST (UK) »
Hi Matt, have been looking for the George Druce but I can't find this one unfortunately.  He must be from another lot of Druce's!!!

The Frances is mine though but I think you have already sent me those details.  Will check.


I'm very grateful for your time.  R.
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Druces of High Wycombe
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Goodwins of Kent
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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 03 May 09 20:57 BST (UK) »
Yep.  You sent me the Cutler/West details a few weeks ago.  Thanks anyway.   ;D
Wests of West Wycombe.
Druces of High Wycombe
Cork(e)s of Kent
Goodwins of Kent
Taylors of Liverpool and Dysart
Truemans of Liverpool
Lavells of Ireland and Liverpool
McGowans of Scotland and Liverpool

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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 03 May 09 21:05 BST (UK) »
I don't know if I've mentioned this but here goes

http://www.bucksfhs.org.uk/index.php?Itemid=75&id=17&option=com_content&task=blogcategory

The Bucks FHS Databases search costs 3 per 100 year period searched so a 200 year (1700-1900) would cost 6 and then 18 for all types. Have you thought about performing one? I got about 550 marriages, 900 baptisms and 800 burials for the surname 'Cutler' and variants. Maybe it would be worthwhile performing one as you have a few gaps that need filling in. My search is where I am getting these Cutler/West/Druce marriages etc.

Matt :)
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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #31 on: Sunday 03 May 09 21:55 BST (UK) »
Thanks for the info.  Will have a think about it. Regards. R.
Wests of West Wycombe.
Druces of High Wycombe
Cork(e)s of Kent
Goodwins of Kent
Taylors of Liverpool and Dysart
Truemans of Liverpool
Lavells of Ireland and Liverpool
McGowans of Scotland and Liverpool

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Re: Were your forbears Wycombe Circuit Methodists?
« Reply #32 on: Monday 04 May 09 13:23 BST (UK) »
Orpheus,

If the booklets don't arrive by Tuesday I shall ring Genfair and see what's happening - you say they have been posted over two weeks ago so then they'd be here by now, even taking into account the delay at Reading.

It sounds like they've been lost in the post - where does that leave me ???

Matt
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