||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.
||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,  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
||Date: 13th December 2014 12:47|
Name: Chris J White
Comment: Hi I live in Perth Scotland so find it difficult to visit Bucks. My wife's ancestry is from the Bucks Williamsons. Her g2gf was John Williamson buried Pitstone 3 Mar 1844 aged 47. I believe his parents to be John & Mary Williamson of Seabrooke but cannot prove it. A gravestone inscription might provide vital evidence. Mary was buried Pitstone 4 Feb 1821 aged 57 and husband John on 11 Oct 1844 aged 76. Can anyone help? I understand from Genuki that your library has Pitstone details.
||Date: 1st November 2014 06:15|
Name: Rick Aindow
Comment: Hi, I have a James Atkins (Attkins) living in the High Street of Stony Stratford in a drapers shop, his wife is listed as Lucy. I am trying to connect her with a Lucy Woodward Whitney bapt 1795? in Stony Stratford. James and Lucy have at least 7 children, the first being Ann born Sep 1808 which would make Lucy quite young as a mother? The other children are... Robert Atkins 07 Jan 1814 James Atkins 1823 Charles Atkins 21 Mar 1826 John Atkins 08 Apr 1828 Frederick Atkins (My ancestor) 1830 Thomas Atkins 15 Aug 1832 I have the family in the 1841 Census address High St, Stony Stratford. Any help would be great!
||Date: 27th October 2014 19:29|
Name: Tricia Carroll
Comment: Hello! I am searching for more information on the Horsman/Horseman family from Haddenham. Where they came from as information that I have gathered thus far show no record of any Horsman's being buried or born in Haddenham.