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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #9 on: Monday 06 January 14 12:06 GMT (UK) »
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from St Giles Church, Standlake PR's.

Marriage 11 April 1846 after banns

 DRINKWATER James  bach Lab s o John Lab
 FLORY Mary sp d o Joseph Cordwainer

 botp

Wits; Mary Flory & Alice Giles

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Robinson - Oxfordshire
Stratford - Gloucestershire,
Waters - Northamptonshire,
Moss - Oxfordshire,
Bint - Berkshire,
Collins / Collings - Buckinghamshire,
Salmon - Warwickshire and Northamptonshire
Stranks - Northamptonshire,
Bull - Oxfordshire /Buckinghamshire,

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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #10 on: Monday 06 January 14 12:10 GMT (UK) »
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Burials at St Giles Church, Standlake;

April 18 1850 James Drinkwater aged 33

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Robinson - Oxfordshire
Stratford - Gloucestershire,
Waters - Northamptonshire,
Moss - Oxfordshire,
Bint - Berkshire,
Collins / Collings - Buckinghamshire,
Salmon - Warwickshire and Northamptonshire
Stranks - Northamptonshire,
Bull - Oxfordshire /Buckinghamshire,

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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #11 on: Monday 06 January 14 12:11 GMT (UK) »
Oh yes...

George Drinkwater was baptised at St Giles Churc on 28 May 1848 s o James and Mary (Lab)

Nigel
Robinson - Oxfordshire
Stratford - Gloucestershire,
Waters - Northamptonshire,
Moss - Oxfordshire,
Bint - Berkshire,
Collins / Collings - Buckinghamshire,
Salmon - Warwickshire and Northamptonshire
Stranks - Northamptonshire,
Bull - Oxfordshire /Buckinghamshire,


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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 15 January 14 17:02 GMT (UK) »
Millie, Alan and Nigel,
Thank you so much for all your help. You cleared up the identity of 'Jules' and have provided so many new links, leads and confirmations that my Drinkwater heritage has at least a couple more generations and almost a hundred years from poor young George D.
After losing his father just before his 2nd birthday, and his mother at 16 yr, he didn't find love/marriage till he was 26. Little wonder he moved to Yorkshire to see if his luck would change.
So many thanks for all your brilliant help
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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 13 October 19 09:10 BST (UK) »
My family is also Drinkwater, my Nan. One of my ancestors moved from Islip Oxfordshire to Uxbridge.
Treadwell, Lawrence, Ascott, Nosworthy, Sweet, Killick, Hand, woodman, Dane, Buckner, Hand, Shooe(Shove, Peto, St. John, Tilbes, Heyward, French, Smerdon.
Anderson, Dick, Erskine, Fife, Nicoll, Campbell, Finlay, Watt
Wood, Cox, Atkins, Drinkwater, Dancer, Trenley, Tyrell, Sexton, Brown, Clarke
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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 13 October 19 09:41 BST (UK) »
Hi Woodentop,
Oxfordshire was a real hotbed of Drinkwater’s, particularly in the 1800s when the families were really big. My Branch of the family can be traced backwards from Standlake to Brize Norton and then to Bampton, but that’s as far as I can confidently go. I have noticed a cluster of Drinkwater’s in Islip but can’t find a link with the Brize Norton bunch. Do let me know if you find the link.
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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #15 on: Sunday 13 October 19 10:18 BST (UK) »
Hi again Woodentop,
The Islip branch of the family go back further than I thought. I just found a John Drinkwater = Mary Broom marriage in Islip dated 19 th July 1764 (Ancestry citing Oxfordshire Family History). If you are not there already, that should give you an ancestor to aim for!
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Re: Drinkwater/Florey marriage -Standlake? Oxon 1846
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 21 November 19 19:57 GMT (UK) »
I have got to Broom, that is where I am at a dead end. 🙄 I shall keep toiling, we are probably cousins.

The Drinkwater lines are generally very big. My mum was one of 16 children. That is the Drinkwater - Cox line.
Treadwell, Lawrence, Ascott, Nosworthy, Sweet, Killick, Hand, woodman, Dane, Buckner, Hand, Shooe(Shove, Peto, St. John, Tilbes, Heyward, French, Smerdon.
Anderson, Dick, Erskine, Fife, Nicoll, Campbell, Finlay, Watt
Wood, Cox, Atkins, Drinkwater, Dancer, Trenley, Tyrell, Sexton, Brown, Clarke
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