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26. Date: 4th April 2015 04:40
Name: Carolyn
Comment: Hello, I am a descendant of the Reverend Thomas English of Wooburn, Buckinghamshire (who died in 1809), and his wife Mary (nee Sneath). I understand he was buried in a family vault in or near the Independent Meeting - Congregational - (now the Cores End United Reformed Church), and I am wondering if anyone can tell me if the family vault still exists, if there are any pictures of it, or any transcriptions of the details on it.
27. Date: 14th February 2015 20:10
Name: Brian Potter
Comment: Hello, I now live in France and am trying to trace the birth and/or baptism record of my G.G.Grandmother Ann Goodgame. According to the 1851 census she was born in 1831 in Chalfont St Giles. I have the church record of her marriage to Jesse White in 1850. Her father's name on the record looks like 'Theisa' but I cannot find any record of this name. 'Theisa' is listed as a farmer. There is nothing on the IGI. Does anyone have any information about Ann and/or her father or about the name 'Theisa' in general - if that is what the name is. Many thanks. Brian
28. Date: 11th February 2015 21:32
Comment: Hi I am researching Bennetts/ Hunt families from Datchet, Bucks (and also nearby Windsor). Eliza Bennetts born approx. 1806 in Datchet was my 3 x great grandmother, married to Thomas Hunt. The Hunt's who were also from Stepney moved to Whitechapel, Middlesex to conduct Cheesemonger/ Grocery/ Wholesale Provisions business. Please do contact me if you are also researching this family. Great website, well done Mr Quick and BGS! Thank you Hilary
29. Date: 27th January 2015 18:02
Name: Larry Taman
Comment: I am a Canadian living in France. My ancestors are Tamans and Tarmans from Buckinghamshire, some of whom came to Canada with the 100 Foot to fight in Quebec and then later in Upper Canada in the War of 1812. They received land in return for continuing engagement and settled in what is now Ottawa and surrounding districts. Some parts of the family stayed there, while others fanned out across the country. I would be most grateful for anyone who has information about Tamans and Tarmans in Bucks. An early ancestor is Joseph Taman b. 1728 Dunton, married to Elizabeth Kirby. I think that it is his descendants who came to Canada. Many thanks for your help.
30. Date: 15th December 2014 21:12
Name: David A. Buckingham
Comment: Hi, I am the 8th great grandson of Thomas Buckingham b.? d. 1857 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Thomas Buckingham, the puritan settler, was one of the company to which Eaton and Hopkins, two London merchants, and the two ministers Davenport and Prudden belonged. They sailed from London in the two ships the Hector and the [and believed to be the Dove]. They arrived at Boston June 26, 1637, and on the 30th of March following, [1638] this company sailed for Quinnipiac, now New Haven, where they arrived in about a fortnight, or in April, 1638. He are looking for ancestors that may have lived in or around Buckinghamshire. I will appreciate any help. Thank you
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