||Date: 8th June 2012 17:53|
Name: Kenny Howell
Comment: I live in the U.S. and I have researched our family back to the 1700s in North Carolina. The oldest descendant I can find is Ralph Howell, b. 1757. He is also known as Raiford or Raeford. It is believed that his parents were William Howell and Martha Raiford. His grandfather is believed to be John Howell IV. His great-grandparents are believed John Howell Jr. and Elizabeth Shelby. His great-great grandparents are believed to be John Howell Sr. and Susannah Mitchell. John Howell Sr. was believed to be born around Nov. 24, 1623 in Weedon, Buckinghamshire. Several generations of Howells came before them, all in Weedon. Does anyone have any information on this?
||Date: 5th June 2012 06:32|
Name: Colleen Bell
Comment: I am researching the Norris family from Sydney. Joseph Norris b. 1736 referred to as Joseph of Ivinghoe. His parents may be Henry Norris and Hannah Hazeley. I believe the family were Baptists but Joseph who married Mary Wheeler was married in the Parish in Berkhamsted. Any help would be gratefully received. Joseph is my 5th great grandfather Thankyou
||Date: 20th May 2012 02:50|
Name: Georgina Blomley
Comment: I am trying to find the parents or any other decendents of Thomas Richard Bowler, born 1868 in long crendon and resided there. The census seems to have no information at all.he later married Louisa ? and had children this is known but what happened to him before.
||Date: 12th May 2012 00:37|
Comment: I am looking for Matthew Lane born in Hanslope in 1665 his father was Richard, mother Anne? Matthew married Amy?? If anyone has any information please as to where Matthew was married, his father as well I would deeply appreciate it or any relevant information
||Date: 5th May 2012 16:50|
Name: Hilary Waters
Comment: I am trying to find out more about my mother's family who moved to Kent in about 1825 from the Horsenden/Princes Risborough area. They were James (born about 1787) & Rebecca (born about 1799) LINE, who had a young family when they moved. James was in the paper making industry in Kent so did he do this in Bucks? Unfortunately he died shortly after the 1841 census so information is very limited. His father may have been Thomas LINE & they may have been strict non-conformists. All help gratefully received.