Bucks Ancestor

 

Bucks Ancestor is published quarterly in March, June, September and December, (from 2019 this will be March, July and November) and is received through subscription to the society. Back issues are also available (email Mrs Eve McLaughlin for further details). Contents include:

 

 Society affairs: New members and their interests, queries, forthcoming programme, library additions, editorial, and news.
 Meetings: A summary of the presentations made at our monthly meetings in the previous quarter.
 Data: Lists and information, usually of people, from Bucks.
 General interest: Articles submitted by members, often but not exclusively with a Bucks association.

 

The BGS welcomes journal exchanges with other Societies. Please contact the Secretary, to whom articles for publication should also be addressed. The contents of previous issues are listed on the following pages:

 

 

Bucks Ancestor Subject Index

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

(click on the first letter of the entry)

 

Key:

(a)   11/2 = Volume 11/ Number 2.  Volume 1 is the year 1992, 4 is 1995, 9 is 2000, 14 is 2005, 19 is 2010, 24 is 2015, 29 is 2020. There are four magazines published per year - 1 in March, 2 in June, 3 in September and 4 in December.

 

(b)  Any place in CAPITALS and bold means an in depth article.

 

1940’s list of popular songs 24/3; builders wages 24/3;

 

A2A website (TNA) 11/2; Access to 1939 ‘census’ 18/4, 24/4;

Abjuring the realm (mediaeval) 27/3;

ADDINGTON manor history (Busby etc) 26/3; Rev Robert Whitehall 13/1,19/1; Temple-Poulett Crim. Con. case 18/4, 26/3; Poulett flirting 28/1;

Agriculture, Victorian  8/1, 9/3, 15/4; Ag labs 17/4; Swanbourne revolt 1873 17/1; Threshing machine 9/2; 1940s agricultural work 16/1; land girl in late 1940s 8/3; Old farming ways 1921 15/4; Farmers selling up 1820’s  9/3; Harvesters on beer 17/1; Bucks Farm names and locations list 15/2;

Air crew photo found WW2 16/3;  

Ale & beer brewing history 24/3;

All on the Net? 18/4;

American Civil War UK participants 7/2

AMERSHAM guided tour 13/3; Occupations (name list) 1637-41; 1700-7 16/3; Martyrs & Bishop Longland (+list) 2/4; Tyrwhitt-Drakes and Shardeloes 25/3;

Amersham history 10/1; buildings 27/3;

Ancestral backgrounds 8/2;

Ancestors from outer space 15/4; `

Annenberg story 20/1; Sydney, master ruler 8/3;

Apprentice records 7/4; 10/2 (list); 13/4; 19/1(list); 22/4 1711-54 CD 14/2; Curriers (list)14/1; Needlemakers/ pinmaker (list) 14/1;  Apprenticeship 18/3;  Quainton charity list 18/3;  Towersey charity apprentices 1743-1849  8/2;

Archery - mediaeval & arrow types 24/4;

Archives - national 18/1; local 19/1; E-G 21/3 updates;

Armstrong, Tommy, Pitman Poet 20/4

Army - ancestral records 3/4; WW1 9/1, 24/2; Bucks men on Somme 25/4;   

Army Officers - WW1 7/1; stretcher bearers in WW1 23/1; army enlistment 1700-8 (names) 17/1; service records (Kew) 8/2; WW1 docs 8/2, 24/2

ARP records 16/2;      

Art School 1940s 9/3;

Aston Abbots pew rents 21/3;        

ASTON CLINTON straw plaiters & dealers list 13/2, 20/1;    

ASTON SANDFORD 9/1;

Asylums - early 11/3; reasons for admission 27/1; Stone staff 9/4; asylum seekers 1848 13/4;

Australian - emigrant letters (Willett) 9/3; emigrant ships 16/1, 17/2; emigrants’ list to Queensland 7/3;

AYLESBURY Royal Bucks Hospital 1/1; Hospital patients 1871 (list) 16/2; Doctors’ list 9/2;  Aylesbury deaths 16/2; The Jury Painting 14/3, 14/4; County Gaol 7/4, 13/3; Sherriff family gaolers 7/4;  Workhouse 12/2, 24/2; Salvation Army records 7/2; Occupations 1700 11/1;  Baptists 11/1; quit rents 1754  8/4; cricketers 1823 7/1; fever 1742 13/2; cholera 1831 8/3; Board of  Guardians 5/3, 7/4, 8/3; Elections (list) 9/1; Bucks Advertiser & Gibbs family 9/4; Apprentice lists 10/2; Harding Charity Book 14/3; Railway opening 9/4; Ducking Trade 11/4; Hazell, Watson & Viney & pensioners’ 7/3; Hazell’s heroes 1914-18 20/1; Protestant 1830 objectors 20/1; family Harris, barber 5/1, 8/2; Grammar School 7/1; Muddiman family 12/2; poachers 1706 10/1, 1796 10/1; Rotten Borough elections 18/1; Haydon mill owners 15/2; Dissenters’ list 1811; Buckingham Road 27/3; Policemen pre 1855 26/2; John Kersley Fowler, innkeeper 20/1; Joseph Parrott, solicitor 24/1; unusual deaths 5/2; Aylesbury borough list 26/2;

(Index)

 

Badgers’ list without license 1695-1700 23/4;

Bakers, Aylesbury Vale (list) 1798 8/1;

Ball, Hannah, Wycombe Methodist Sunday School 17/3;

Balloons 25/3;

Bankers in Buckingham (Box, Nelson, Bartlett) 24/1;

Bankrupts in Bucks 1820-43 (list) 10/1; 1821 list 12/2; 1848 list 13/3;

Baptists in Bucks 1669 10/4; Ford chapel 10/4; Chesham list 11/1, 14/1; Princes Risborough 14/4;

Bawdy Courts 18/4; 17/3; 20/4;

BMD (Index)es on-line 16/3;  

BEACONSFIELD guided tour 11/3; Dick Ayres’ pig 10/1; manor list 1600s 16/1; book review 18/4; Waller family 18/4; Wilton Park Intelligence HQ 19/1; history 16/1; manorial tenants 1630 16/1; schools 1871 (list) 18/4;

Beale, William of Cuddington, drunk & disorderly 22/4;

Beer and brewing - lager louts Aston Clinton 6/1; Bucks brewers (Weller, Wheeler, Stuchbury, Wethered, Gibbons) 24/3; brief history 24/3; Licensing hours/rules 1875 24/3;

Beginners’ family research 16/3;

Bellfounders (list) 10/1;

Blizzard 1901 11/1;

Benefit fraud 17th century 17/1;

Berkshire Settlements CD detailed review 24/1;

BIERTON debtors 12/3; dissenters 1669-1712 16/4; lager louts 6/1; Monk family 5/1; A bride in the bath (Burnham) 7/3, 13/3; nonconformist lists 1669, 1709, 1712 16/4;

Biggs family in Stokenchurch 20/3;

Bills for Haddenham 2/1; 

Blackmail/pornography (Stockdale, Millagan) 24/1;

BLEDLOW Bloody Bledlow 1/2; Union school 1/2; History Society 2/1, 12/1, 12/2; Bledlow Volunteers Jan 1915 19/1; Murder 22/3; Charity accounts all transcribed;

BLETCHLEY Park code cracking centre 13/3; Bletchley 11/2, 12/1, 14/1;

Bloomsbury in 1920s (Southcott family) 6/2;

Bloxham - farm boy to alderman 3/3;

Boddingtons - Cuddington to Manchester 8/2;

Body family baptisms 1680-90s 17/3;  

Body snatchers - background 17/1; example 1821 19/1;

Bodgers 27/2;

Book lists and books 7/2, 8/2, 8/4 - book reviews in most issues;

Borley Rectory & other Essex hauntings 14/1;

Box, Nelson, Bartlett, Millagan etc family, bankers, Buckingham 24/1;

BRADENHAM burials 16/2;

Breach of Promise 1847 13/4;

Bread, cost of 1821 7/2, 1856 12/2;

BRICKHILLS 10/2, 19/4; deaths 18/1; Great Brickhill 12/2; Little Brickhill 1660 list 6/1; death toll 18/1;

Brick walls, getting over genealogical 8/2, 11/2, 15/4; by using net 24/2;

Bricks & brickmaking 17/1; bricklayers & masons 1798 (list) 2/4; all Bucks brickyards (list) 12/3; Chesham brickyards 17/1; Venturus Mandey, bricklayer (Iver) 18/3;

Brides in the Bath murders 7/3;

BRILL guided tour 2/3; Bernwood foresters protest 1/2; memories 6/2; benefit fraud 17/1; Methodist school 20/1, 20/3;

Briefs - appeal lists in PR’s for losses 1/1;

Brudenell family 10/1;

Buckingham - Marquesses/ Dukes of 8/3, 24/1;

BUCKINGHAM town guided tour 3/3; list of Mayors 1680-1935 14/1; madness in Buckingham 2/4; William Kirby murder 10/1; Bartlett (banker) relief fund 7/2; burials 16/2; Gawcott 13/1; Buckingham Hundred 12/1; Temple-Poulett criminal 18/4; town history 3/3; Rotten Boroughs including Buckingham 18/1; Buckingham banking families (Box, Lord, Millagan, Nelson, Bartlett, Minshull, Chaplin, Liddington) 24/1; borough police force 17/1, 17/2, 17/3; servants 27/1; borough list 17/3;

BUCKLAND 12/1, 12/2; family 27/1;

Bucks apprentices 1712-50 27/2;

Bucks arms-bearers A-M 2/4, N-Z 5/4; gentry 1749 15/2;       

Bucks Badgers 1695-1700 (list) 23/4; 

Bucks bankrupt 1822-43 list 10/1, list 12/2, list 13/3;

Bucks Baptists 11/1;

Bucks breweries 20/4;

Bucks brewing families (Weller, Wheeler, Wethered, Stuchbury, Gibbons, ‘Rebellion brewery) 24/3;

Bucks in the Civil War 2/1;

Bucks census enumerators 1891 11/4; poetic complaint 24/2;

Bucks coaching inns 20/2;

Bucks directories CD list 14/2;

Bucks charities 27/2;

Bucks cinemas 11/1;   

Bucks criminals (Index) 8/2; crime sheets 1851 11/4, 12/2; in 1227 21/2; finding sources 24/4; female hanging 15/2; male hangings 15/3; machine breakers 1830 21/1; murders 17/2, 22/3, 24/4

Bucks diarists 28/1;

Bucks enclosures (list) 16/4;

Bucks gypsies 11/1, 27/1;  

Bucks maps - in CBS 8/2; on line 20/2;

Bucks militia strays 21/2;  

Bucks mills/ millers 21/2;

Bucks murders - 17/2, 22/3, 22/2, 24/2; detailed cases (Needle, Tawell/ Hart, Marshal/ Jenkins, Reville/ Glass, Puddephat & Crawley/ Eggleton, Rayner & Smith) 17/2; Varney, Matthews, Giltrow, Bates, Walker, Newbury, Mobbs, Edmunds, Dumbleton) 24/4; 

Bucks papermakers in Alton Hants 6/3;

Bucks photographic collection 8/1;       

Bucks Police 1909-10 17/4

Bucks occupations & population 7/2;      

Bucks photographers’ list 1853-1907 15/1;

Bucks road conditions c19 28/1;

Bucks rotten boroughs (Buckingham, Wycombe, Aylesbury, Marlow, Wendover) 18/1;

Bucks schools pre 1800 (list) 12/4;

Bucks settlements surviving 4/4;           

Bucks Ship Money defaulters 13/2;

Bucks shops & shopping in 1864 15/2; 1881 11/3; in 1883 & 1891 20/1;

Bucks strays in St. Botolph, London 19/1; Wiltshire 15/3; Herts and Northants 15/2;

Bucks War memorials (list of the 13 published books) 17/2;

Bucks Workhouses 24/2; list from Saunderton (Wycombe Union) 1871 24/2;

Builders’ wages 1940s 24/4;        

Bumstead, Eliza of Hastings 18/3, 18/4;

Burials - outside churchyards 13/3; burials in woollen 16/2; burials of strangers in Bradenham 16/2;

BURNHAM 12/2; Boveney highwayman 8/2;

Busby of Addington - wills & family tree 26/3;

(Index)

 

Canadian soldier’s website 9/1;

Canal Boats & People 4/2;

Catholic Estates (list) 13/2

Cattle - show 12/2; plague 1866 (list) 4/4;

Carnarvon, Almina Wombwell, Countess of 25/4;

Carrington-Legge Bourke marriage 1913 & list tenants attending 17/4;

Castle, John, pauper 19/1;

Cedars School, Leighton Buzzard 14/2;

Census - 5/1; enumerator taking 17/2, 24/2; location 2/4, 5/2; 1881 Indexes 3/4, 4/1; CDs 11/4; CDs copies held 17/2; 1901 on line 10/4, 11/1, 11/3, 11/4, 20/1; 1911 census 18/1; 1939 Census 1961; statistics for Bucks 20/2; ‘missing’ entries (finding) 24/2; on line 1939 ‘census’ value & problems  24/4, 27/2; 1921 census 28/1;

Certificates and how to get them 14/2;

Chairmaking 9/1, 27/2; Chesham wooden ware manufacturers 16/4;

CHALFONT ST GILES guided tour 7/3, 10/4, 12/2; Open Air Museum 24/4;

CHALFONT ST PETER name (Index) to book 14/3; Bolton family 10/4; treatment of lunatic 1739-55  11/2, 12/2; 1391,1402, 1681 manorial tenants 13/4; collapse of Church 1708 15/4;

Chancery Court 13/1, 20/2;

Chapels in Bucks 10/4, 17/3;

Charity Funds, local abuses in 1830 17/1;

CHEARSLEY guided tour 2/3; history book review ¾;

CHENIES 1/1; workhouse 24/2;

Cherry, Dorcas & Thomas Wheeler 23/1;

CHESHAM 1896 newspaper events (names) 8/1, 18/3; Woodenware manufacture 17/4; brickmakers 17/1; Chesham industries book 17/4; local industries 26/4; public houses & innkeepers (list 1870-72) 16/3; Baptists list 11/1; Baptist minutes (names) 14/1; Broadway chapel list 11/1; Museum 15/4; footballers 21/2; workhouse 24/2; Rothschilds 24/3; 

CHETWODE Rhine toll 8/3;

Child - employment 9/3; Edwardian childhoods (various levels) 4/1; childhoods in 1930-40’s 2/4; child delinquent treatment 25/1;          

Chiltern Open Air Museum visit 24/4;

CHILTON & DORTON families (Edwards) 3/2, (Bennet) 10/2;

Cholera outbreaks - Upton 9/4; Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury 8/3;

Christian names, Latin and older English names 18/4; pet names 24/1;

Christmas traditions, old 12/1; in Khatmandu 12/1; Cromwell on 5/1;

Church courts (Oxford) 10/2, 12/1, 18/2;

Churchwardens’ job 14/3,

Cinemas in Bucks (list) 11/1;

Civil War in Bucks people 13/2; in N Bucks 2/1;

Civil registration - changes proposed 14/2; Civil Service records 18/3 inc list Home office;

CLAYDONS, Middle Claydon house tour 1/2, 6/1, 13/2; Botolph Claydon (names) 8/3; tradesmen 1864 15/2;

Clergymen’s stipends and fees 14/2;     

Clergy misbehaviour 18/2;

Clockmakers, Bucks (list) 7/3;

Coaches, timetables 10/3, 12/2;

Coaching inns 20/2; in C18 8/1; end of coaching days 10/3;

Cockney ancestors’ records 5/2; Southwark Archives 14/4;

Coleman, Corbett, escapes law 19/1;

COLNBROOK history 25/1;

Corn Laws poverty study 20/3;

Coroners & their records 21/2;

County bye-laws 1930 9/4;

Court of Arches 4/3;

Court of Requests 4/1;

Court rolls see Manor.

Coxeter Coat, fast weaving 8/3; family in Abingdon & Bampton 9/3;

Craftsmen & tradesmen 13/4;

CRESLOW 12/2;         

Crime and punishment 1690s 12/2;

Criminals Bucks 1225-7  21/3; 1700-15 10/1; 1774 10/1; 1838 7/2; 1844 10/1; Xmas ‘shopping 20/4; 1846 12/2; 1848 13/3; 13/4; 1851-91 11/4; 1860 12/2; C20 11/4; lighting offences 1916 14/3; Old Bailey on line 12/3; William Beale, anti-social butcher 22/4 ; violent behaviour (Taylor, Ward, Tucker, Hilliard, Boultwood, Rodgers) 24/3; assorted petty crimes 1916 21/4; Cripps crime sheets 26/1, 26/2; abjuring the realm (mediaeval) 27/3;

Cripple contractors 10/2;  

Crochet as hobby and income 14/2;

Croke, Sir John + curate of Chilton 12/4;      

Cubbage blacksmiths 25/4;

CUBLINGTON 9/1;          

CUDDINGTON 8/2, 11/1; directories 21/4; William Beale, antisocial butcher 22/4; residents (list) 1861, 1879 21/4;

Curriers’ Company apprentices 14/1;

Czechoslovaks in Aylesbury Vale 1940s 13/2;

(Index)

 

Dashwoods 14/4;

Dayrell Family (Lillingstone) 24/4;

Deaths - causes in past 9/3, 19/4; mediaeval 16/3;from malnutrition 1842 18/2; by fire, water, traffic accidents and hens in 1370’s 16/2;

DENHAM 12/2;                           

Deverell origins 6/1;

Diaries - family history from13/4; detail from Victorian published 25/3;   

Dictionary of National Biography on CD 5/3;

DINTON 4/3, 10/4; Ford Chapel list 4/3; charity abuses 27/2;

Discussion groups, best use 20/3;

Dissenters - protest 1811 Aylesbury, Colnbrook 20/1; obituaries 19/1;

Divorce cases (Russell) 21/4; (Honeyball/ Hook) 25/2;     

DNA testing 11/4, 27/3; limitations of 17/3, 21/2; genuine use example 20/4;

Doctors - Death & Dr Friend 12/4; list of Aylesbury doctors 9/2;

Domestic servants (Gladstone, Verney, Lord Chesham, Tyrwhitt-Drake, Leopold Rothschild) 6/1;

Domestic service 6/1; Servants’ Registry 5/3;

Dormer family in Bucks 9/4;

DORNEY guided tour 3/3;

Dorset to London: following Matthew Knight 25/2;

Dowry lost through cheating in laws 17/3;

Drake, Sir Francis, and Tyrwhitt-Drakes of Amersham 25/3, 27/3;

DRAYTON PARSLOW 10/12;                

Drovers from Wales to London 21/4; Rees Rees of Padbury 21/4;

Drunkards - rogues gallery 20/3;

DUNTON 11/1;

(Index)

 

EDLESBOROUGH 9/1; list 1687 11/4;

Election bribery 9/1;

Electoral registers 23/1;

ELLESBOROUGH 12/3, 27/2;

EMBERTON 6/4, 9/2;

Enclosures - list 24/1; Bucks maps list 16/4; Quainton objectors’ list 18/2;

Essex Research 9/3; in Great Bentley 5/1; Essex Record Office 21/3;

ETON 8/2, 10/1; death by fire & water 11/2, 13/3; Eton Poor Law district, school defaulters 12/2;

Exchequer Depositions 7/4; 

(Index)

 

Fairs & Fetes, especially Beaconsfield 14/4;

Family History, writing it up 17/3, 18/3;

Familysearch, using free resource + problems 24/2;

Famous relations? 9/4, 6/2;

Farmers selling up in 1820s 9/3;

FARNHAM ROYAL residents 1869 10/2; Lenthall deaths 10/1; Rev Stirling Maxwell 10/1 list 10/2;

FENNY STRATFORD list 9/2; lists 11/2; tradesmen 1864 list 15/2; Dr Edward Wells v Browne Willis 11/2, 12/1; Music Society list 18/1; Figg reunion 15/4;

Fenwick, William of Bath, a tracing exercise 24/2;

FINGEST list 13/3; people 1659, c1730, 1742 18/2; 13/3;

Fire insurance Records 16/2;

Fire at - Wootton House 11/3; Dinton 4/3; Stony Stratford 12/2;

Fleet Marriages 12/2; of Bucks spouses 26/1, 26/2;   

Floods in Bucks especially Great Hampden 16/3;

Food, ancestral 5/1;   

Footballer’s records 6/1;

Ford Chapel, Dinton, members’ list 4/3;

Forgery in National Archives 20/1; ‘Princess’ Olive Serres 20/1; Forgery in marble 20/2;

Fowler, John Kersley, Aylesbury innkeeper 20/1;

France - research in Paris 11/2; research on line 15/4; French families in Bucks 1810 21/4;

Franchise qualifications 18/1, 23/1       

FreeBMD (Index)es 17/4;

Freemasons 2/4;        

Friendly Societies especially Marsh Gibbon 11/4;

Funeral customs 12/1; Victorian 19/4;    

Furniture manufacturers (Wycombe) 21/2;

(Index)

 

Gamekeepers’ licences 6/3;

Gentleman’s Magazine list of Bucks entries 4/4, 6/3;

Gibbs family, newspapers 9/4; 

Glenister reunion; Thomas Glenister, mayor of Wycombe 12/4;

Gypsy travellers; Bucks gypsy families 27/1; list 11/1;

Good manners 1892 for boys 12/2;

GRANBOROUGH 12/1; PCC wills list 27/2;

Grandfathers: selection of memories 4/1; visiting 12/1;    

GREAT HAMPDEN flooding 16/3;

GREAT HORWOOD 12/1; list 14/1;   

GRENDON UNDERWOOD evacuee 1940s story 7/4;

GROVE 13/3;

Guildhall Library 9/2;            

(Index)

 

HADDENHAM guided tours 6/3, 13/3; Rose family 6/3; thresher 9/2, 2/1, 2/3, 4/2; Piesly/Penn 5/2; William Plastow’s advice 8/1; Manorial services end 12/1, 13/4, 14/1; Fire 1702 4/2; W H Palmer, Manor Farm 4/2; Rev John Willis 24/1; PCC wills list 26/1; Rev John Willis, naughty vicar 24/1;

HALTON HOUSE (Rothschild) 19/1, 24/3; book 19/1; list 13/2; RAF Museum 27/4;

HAMBLEDON names 12/1; pew rent case 15/3;

Hanging as public entertainment 13/1; females list 15/2; males list 15/3;

Hardings in Wendover & Lee Common 21/4;

HARDWICK Dr Wood 1704-22 8/1; list 1695 13/4; Seamons, Fincher family 24/2;  

Harpmakers Harnack 16/2;

Harris family in Whaddon 16/2;

HARTWELL 7/2;        

HAVERSHAM murder (Newbury) 24/4;

HAWRIDGE 13/2;  

Hazell, Watson & Viney 7/3; Hazell’s Heroes in Forces 1914/8 (list) 20/1;

Hearth Tax 6/2;    

Heralds’ errors 3/1;      

Herbal remedies 17/1;  

HILLESDEN 2/1, 2/3, 13/2;               

HITCHAM 11/3;     

Home Office civil servant list 1822-49 18/1;

HOGSHAW 12/1;

Honnibal-Hook divorce 25/2;

Horse theft 1829 17/1;

HORTON 12/1;                                  

Hospital Records 10/2; Aylesbury patients 1871 list 16/2;

House history (Coleshill) 16/4;

History of a site (Bury St Edmunds) 17/1;

Housman, A.E. the Non Shropshire Lad 23/1;

Houseworkers’ Institute 17/1;

Hubbard of Addington 26/3;

Huguenot ancestors 3/4, 4/1, 19/2; 

HUGHENDEN 12/1; late baptism 20/2; marble fakes 20/2;

Hulks: convicts on the Leviathan 1837 17/1;

Hurst family - in Hayes WW1 16/2, 27/1;

(Index)

 

IBSTONE booklets 2/3; PR 17/3;      

Illegal Immigrants (into parishes) 26/2;

Indentured servants 16/2;

Illegitimate fathers, tracing 20/4;

India Office Library 4/2; Dr Cochrane’s bidi wife; Beveridges in India; The Beans in Peshawar 4/2;

International Genealogical (Index) 6/1, 6/3, 8/1, 14/3; overcoming problems 24/1;

Ireland on the web 17/1;

Irish Police Gazette 27/4;               

Interviewing relatives 4/1;

IVER 12/1, 13/2, 13/3; parish fee book 16/1;

(Index)

 

Jack The Ripper murders (Tabram, Nichols, Chapman, Stride, Eddowes, Kelly, Abberline, Andrews, McWilliam, Warren, Swanson, Bullen, Bond, Druitt, Gull, Kaminsky, Barnett, Cutbush, Maybrick, Duke of Clarence, Tumelty etc) 24/2, 24/3; Fake accusation of Francis Spurzheim Craig 24/3; 

Juvenile offenders 18/2, 25/1; in Parkhurst 1842 16/1;   

(Index)

 

Kate Middleton’s Bucks connection 20/4;

Kilburn deaths & diseases 1880s 9/3;

KIMBLES 11/4, 13/2; William Heritage’s ledger 11/4;          

Kingsey coal charity 27/2;  

KINGSWOOD 7/4;  

Knight family in London 25/2  

(Index)

 

Lacemaking 3/2;

Land inheritance 9/4; in wills 24/4; Land Tax records 2/4, 6/2;

LANGLEY MARISH 12/1; Dorrell neighbour from hell 10/1;       

Late baptisms 1674 of Ford sisters in 50s and Chilton teens 17/3;

LAVENDON 12/1;

Law enforcement 25/2;

Law Courts 20/2;

LDS family History Centres 8/4; update on access 19/4;

LECKHAMSTED list 5/1;                            

Library access to on-line services at home 18/4;

Licensed victuallers 10/1;  

Life expectation 16/2;    

LILLINGSTONE DAYRELL manor 24/4;

LINFORDS Great Linford 6/4, 12/1, 14/4; Little Linford 10/4, 12/1; murder 24/4;

LINSLADE 11/2;

Living relative tracing 25/3;

Lloyd George’s Doomsday 1910 Valuation 18/4, 27/3;

Local history books 11/2; reviews in most issues;

London ancestors 14/1; list of Borough archives 14/1; reference book list 14/3; East End ancestors 5/2; East London repositories 5/2; bawdy courts 12/1; law courts 20/2; violent crime (Taylor, Ward, Tucker, Boultwood ) 24/3;

LONG CRENDON guided tour 11/3; child in 2/1; village 2/3, 3/1, 5/2, 5/3, 7/3, 12/1;

Longevity & otherwise in the Hurst family 16/2;

Loughton householders (list) 1726 22/4;

Loveridges 27/1;

Luckett family, builders 1940 9/3;

LUDGERSHALL bounds beaters list 8/4; murder (Edmunds) 24/4;

(Index)

 

Machine breakers’ sentences 1830 7/2;

Madejski. Sir John (nee Hurst) 18/3;

Making Ends Meet: methods in all social levels C14-C20 24/1;

Mallards Court Stokenchurch 25/2;

Mandey, Venterus, bricklayer extraordinaire 18/3;

Manorial Court rolls 5/3, 15/4; C14 manorial tenants 14/1; inheritance of land 24/4;  

Maps – agricultural maps 1940 on line 20/3;

MARLOW list of criminals 7/3; deaths in 5/3; Shelley in 9/1; Dr Battie 11/3;  Wethered brewery 24/3; Rebellion brewery 24/3;

Marriage advice to newlyweds 17/1; marriage laws 18/2; marriage breakdowns 26/3; marriage out of area 10/4; Fleet marriages 12/2, 26/1&2; finding missing marriages 20/2;

MARSH GIBBON decay 4/4; cattle plague victims list 4/4; Greyhound Club (Friendly Society) 11/4, 20/3;

Marson, Cecil, research chemist 1930’s 17/2;  

MARSWORTH 4/3;                                      

Martindale, James, emigrates to Australia 16/1;

Medicine - medical history 6/4; herbal remedies 17/1; patent medicines 11/1; diarrhoea & rheumatism cures 12/4; consumption cure 24/2; home cures 1/1; archaic medical terms 19/4;  cough cures 19/4; (see also Doctors)

MEDMENHAM (list 1749) 13/3; 

Merchant seamen 11/1; Captain Rieu, sailor ancestor 13/1;

Methodist - records including Central Hall Roll 17/3; Bucks Methodist Chapels list /attendance 1851 17/3; Aylesbury 15/1; Wycombe 17/3; Chiltern Methodists Bk 17/3; school at Brill 1851 20/1;

Metropolitan police 18/2; Police Museum 18/3; rules re pub hours 1875 24/3;

McCorquodale Print works, Wolverton 20/1;

Migration inland 8/1, 26/2; ag labs 10/2; to Derby coal mines 14/1;

Mills/millers 21/2;

Millionaire, phantom claims (Jennens, Edward, Whitaker, Young) 27/4;   

Militia strays 21/2; men & punishments 8/3;

MILTON KEYNES 9/2; museum 5/3, 27/4;

MISSENDENS Great 5/2, 13/2; Little 13/2, 13/3;

Missing burials 21/3;  

Monk family in Bierton 5/1; slowly moves to Harrow 5/1;

Mosley-Carrington families 7/1;

MOULSOE 4/3, 5/3, 6/3;     

Murder - Noble Edden 1/1; David Sharpe 1/2; Daniel Munn 9/1; T J Newbury (Mobbs) 10/4;

   C19 (Varney, Matthews, Giltrow, Bates, Walker, Edmunds, Dumbleton, Mobbs 24/4;

MURSLEY list 13/2;

Musical talent inherited 14/2;       

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NAPHILL exhibition details 9/1;

NASH 11/2; One Place Study 20/3;        

National Archives access, problems 18/4;

Name changes, casual 13/1;

Navy records (Grandy) 18/3;

Needle & pin making 5/2;

New Zealand research in, 14/3; Dashwoods 14/4;

NEWPORT PAGNELL guided tour 5/3, 9/1, 9/2, 9/4; lords of manor 5/3; events 5/3; area list 12/1, 12/2, 14/1; drunks 1838 10/1; murder (Mobbs) 24/4; workhouse 24/2;

Newspapers on line 20/4, 21/2, 26/2; Gazettes on line 17/4;

NEWTON LONGVILLE 12/1; murder 24/4;   

Nonconformist background (Baptist, Independent, Presbyterian) 16/4, 2/3, 5/1, 7/3, 27/4; absentees from church 1684-5 (list) 16/4; Bierton (list) 1669, 1709, 1712 16/4; meeting houses 1688 (list) 16/4; Hannah Ball, Wycombe 17/3; Baptists  11/1; Chesham Broadway Chapel (lists) 11/1; Wycombe area Independents 5/2; Methodist registers list 1829 & 51 and those  in RG4s 17/3; Obituaries 17/4;

North Bucks Flying Post entries 9/2;

North Bucks Industries 16/3;

NORTH MARSTON 8/2; PCC wills list 26/2;      

Notley Abbey 6/2; 10/1;

(Index)

 

OAKLEY 10/2;             

Occupations - travel & transport 18/4; records of apprentices & others 16/4; bakers 8/1; (see Apprentices)

Obituaries 27/2;    

Old Age Pensions 1906 21/4;

Old Bailey on line 12/2, 17/2;

Olive Serres, ‘Princess of Cumberland’ forger 20/1;

OLNEY licensed victuallers 10/1; tour 9/3, 20/3; deaths 8/3, list 9/3; tradesmen 1907 20/3, 1/2, 2/2, 8/3; school subscribers 19/1; 

One Name Research, register, Guild of One Name Studies 24/1;

Opium growing in Winslow 14/1;          

Organising research 15/4;

OVING 2/2; murder Walker 24/4; PCC Wills 26/2; village tour 23/4; (list) men 1798 23/4;

Ox & Bucks Light Infantry on the Somme 25/4;

Oxford Church court depositions 10/2; ripe language in 15/4;

(Index)

 

PADBURY Councillors’ list 22/2; Rees cattle dealers 21/4;

Paddon, Rev Thomas v Wycombe 27/3;

Papermaking in Bucks 20/2;

Parish clerks’ books 13/4;

Parish register errors 21/3; 

Parish information on line 19/1; 

Parish maps 26/1;

Park, Mungo 9/1;   

Parrott, Joseph, solicitor 24/1; 

Pedigrees - Lipscomb A-C 7/4; BGS list of those available 18/3;

Penance of John Toovey 1663 17/4;

PENN 9/1, 13/1, 13/3, list 14/3;                     

Pet names and adult version 21/3; 24/2;

Peters, Jim, athlete, 16/1; 16/2;

Photographic history 15/1; photo dating by clothing 5/1; by style of photo 22/4; old photos, improving images 16/2;

PITCHCOTT 12/2;

PITSTONE list 6/3; inhabitants 1613 17/3; farm museum 6/3;

Pitt, George Rose, travel writer 5/11       

Place names duplicated 5/3; 

Plater, James 24/1            

Ploughing matches, beer v temperance 17/1;

Policing - historic review 25/2; police personnel 3/1, 5/2; Buckingham Borough force 17/1; Aylesbury force pre 1850s 26/2; Bucks records 5/4; dismissals 13/4; promotions and dismissals 17/4; Metropolitan 17/4; Enid Blyton & local sergeant 19/2; special constables -police at Slough Army Dump 1919 (list) 3/2; Inspector Charles Floyd Anthony, testimonial 12/1; Police in danger 20/3; Maidenhead 15/1; Police Gazette 27/4;    

Poll Tax 6/2;

Polish Research 9/3;

Poor Law 4/4, 24/2;

Popular misconceptions 13/3;

Posse Comitatus 5/2;

Post Office history 2/4; postal problems in Amersham 8/2;

Pouletts in Addington 18/4, 26/3, 28/1;

PRESTON BISSETT 5/2; list 13/3;

PRINCES RISBOROUGH guided tour 10/3; tradesmen 10/3; charities (names) 8/3, 1/2; late baptisms list 6/3; charity 6/4; British school opens 13/4; chapel heating 14/4;

Printing presses list 1798-1837 9/4;

Printers, McCorquodales, women 20/1; Hazells men in WW1 20/1;

Public Record Office rules 1856 6/1;

Pullker as sample one name study 24/1;

Purefoy family history 15/2; dealing with Pennells 20/1;

(Index)

 

QUAINTON - enclosure objectors list - 18/2; schoolmasters 17/4; charity apprentice lists 1899-1937 18/3, 2/3, 10/2; railway centre 20/3; Wheeler-Cherry family 23/1;

Quaker - to America 20/3; marriages out of county 11/3; naughty girl (Dover) 12/4;

QUARRENDON pastures 24/3;        

(Index)

 

RAF - rescue service 21/3; medals 16/3;

RADNAGE 5/2, 12/1, 12/2;

Railway Ancestors 15/4, 5/3, 7/3, 9/1; accident reports 5/3; Railwaymen’s Orphanage life 12/1; early railway rides 25/3;

Record keeping & reproduction using computer 24/4;

Red Cross Archives 18/3;

Rees cattle dealers in Padbury 21/4;

Registrar’s life 8/1;

Religious Census 1851 14/3;

Rickard family 27/3;

Rothschild family – Frankfurt to Bucks; mansions (Halton, Ascot, Mentmore, Waddesdon, Aston Clinton, Eythrope) 24/3; Marie Rothschild of Ascott 18/1; Alfred Rothschild of Halton 19/1, 25/4; Ferdinand Rothschild’s servants at Waddesdon 1891 (list) 19/1;

Rowley, Private Benjamin 22/4;

Royal - wedding 1863 11/2; George III & Hannah Lightfoot 11/2, 20/1; servants 1713 13/4; royal or noble ancestry? 6/2;

Russell divorce case 1896 21/4;

(Index)

 

SAUNDERTON 13/2; workhouse list 1871 24/2;

Scandals, rake up or not 5/1;      

Schools - Quainton attendance 12/2; log books 13/4; Cedars, Leighton Buzzard Grammar 14/2;

    Wolverton Grammar 14/4; Trevelyan’s, Stony Stratford 14/1; SE Bucks truants 12/2; public school registers held 14/1;

Scotlandspeople website 12/1; Scots & Irish (Index)es 4/1;

Sea Voyage 1796 (Otley, to West Indies) 16/4; 

Seamons of Hardwick 24/2;

Seduction of officer’s wife (Temple, Poulett) 18/4;

Servants meeting 27/1;

Settlement, of property, of persons, of marriage, laws 18/1;

Settlement papers published/ surviving 4/4; by location of bed 18/2;

SHALSTONE Purefoy family and manor 15/2; Pennels & Purefoys 20/1;

Shelley in Marlow 9/1;               

Shoemakers, Claydon area 1789 (list) ¾;

SHENLEY 12/1; Crown public house 11/2;

Shopping - Victorian 15/2; 21/2; by thieves 20/4; lists of Bucks tradesmen 15/2; lists of tradesmen in Wycombe 21/2;

Short Cuts & Sticky Bits 4/3; using Net to sort out 24/2;

Shrimptons, mayors & highwaymen 18/3;

Silk factories in Bucks – Moscrop -run 17/1;

Simpson 10/1; murder (Matthews) 24/4;   

Skating, Prince of Wales (1864) 18/1;

SLOUGH - Methodists 10/4; town history + list 11/1; pub keepers (list) 21/1; Smith, gardeners 16/2; schools 26/3; Orphan Asylum (list) 1871 26/3; see Upton cum Chalvey.

Smith, George of Great Horwood 17/2;

Society of Genealogists’ Library 15/4;

Soldiers - discharge papers 2/2; WW1 soldiers’ documents 7/2, 8/2, 24/2; letter from Spanish war 1813 8/1; soldiers died in WW1 8/1; Burnt Documents WW1 7/3; Territorials WW2 2/1; WW2 soldiers buried in Holland 27/2; recruiting letter WW1 27/4;

SOULBURY - 12/1; murder Giltrow 24/4; Southcott, Joanna & Devon/Essex family 7/1; Southcott in Bloomsbury 6/2;

SS Borneo shipwreck 6/4; SS Ramsay shipwreck 7/3;

South African emigration 1820 (list) 16/1;

Sortwell, Harry Terrington 26/3;

STANTONBURY 1/1;   

STEEPLE CLAYDON 2/3, 3/1; shoemakers 1930s 3/4; shoemakers 1798 3/4; 

STEWKLEY 13/2;

Stokenchurch councillors 1896 20/3; book 25/2;

STOKE HAMMOND book (name list) 16/3; men in army in WW1 23/1;

STOKE MANDEVILLE 11/3, 13/2;      

Storms & frosts including the Great Blizzard of 1890 11/1;

STONE 7/2, 9/4;    

STOWE - guided tour of house 8/3; Temple-Grenville family 8/3; Alderman, butler 9/3; Bennet & George families in 1840s 8/3; Dukes of Buckingham 24/1;

Stratfull cart accident 20/1;          

Stratton 8/2, 8/3;

Straw plait - schools 13/1; plait industry 26/1; plaiters (list) Aston Clinton, Cheddington 13/2, 20/2; Mentmore (list) 26/1; from grass 10/4; book review 11/4;

STOKENCHURCH - book, list 12/2; worthies 20/2; Biggs family 20/3;

STONY STRATFORD - book (list) 16/3; tour of town 17/3; fire in 1702 list 12/2; Trevelyan school 14/1; industries in North Bucks 16/3;

Suffragettes (Pankhursts) 11/2;

SWANBOURNE - history 7/3; agricultural riots 1873 17/1; poor list 1900 17/1; book book 25/2;          Swing Riots 1830 7/2, 9/4;

(Index)

 

Temple-Poulett marriage problems 18/4;

Theatrical ancestors + book list 14/4; London theatre managers 1900s 13/4; actors in WW1 28/1;

THORNBOROUGH 4/1; bellringers 10/1; confirmations 1850 9/3; mortuary payments 1716-1810 9/4; innkeepers (Hyde, Hurst) 4/1;   

TINGEWICK 12/1; burials 18/4;

Titanic survivors 18/2, 19/1;

Tradesmen in Bucks 3/3;

TOWERSEY apprentices, migrants 8/2;

Trotter of Bishop Auckland 16/1;   

Tuberculosis 14/2;

Turnpikes - 12/2; toll charges 12/2;

Turville 1660s (Toovey) 18/2;

TWYFORD 13/2;    

Tyrwhitt-Drakes of Shardeloes 25/3;

(Index)

 

UPTON cum CHALVEY 1/3, 2/3, 9/4, 10/4, list 12/2, 13/3;

(Index)

 

Veteran soldiers living 1856 (list) 18/1;

Volcanic ash fallout 1783 16/1;

(Index)

 

Wages of Labourers 1687, 1725, late C18/19  17/4; builders 1940s 24/4;

WADDESDON - schooldays 1940s 8/1, 9/4, 12/1, 14/3; Cripps crimes 26/1&2; wills 27/2;

Wales - Denbigh, Chirk area (Williams) 16/1, 22/4;

Waller family, Beaconsfield 18/4;

War - WW1 records of soldiers 7/2, 6/2, 8/1; Women at war 22/2; Berks Regiment losses 21/4; deferment tribunal 21/4; War Memorials’ list 17/2; War memorials’ records 22/4;

Warner, William and ‘Tiza’ 26/1;

Wartime memories (Hayes) 18/2;

WATER STRATFORD 9/2;    

Websites, basic, free & commercial 18/1, 24/2, 24/4, 28/1;

Welsh clergy in Bucks (list) 21/4;

Welsh newspapers on line 26/4;

WENDOVER 4/4, 5/1, list 1620 10/1, 13/2; rotten borough 18/1; Percy Clarke 14/2;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        occupations 1680-1712  26/2;

West, who killed Martha? 16/2;

WESTON TURVILLE 12/1;

WESTON UNDERWOOD list 13/2;   

WEST WYCOMBE guided tour 9/3; list of tenants 1929 8/3; Bailey/Mead family 9/4;

Which John is mine? Multiple choice ancestors 17/2?

White; schoolmasters called 9/1;      

Whitehall, Robert of Addington 13/1, 19/1;

WHITCHURCH (Seamons) 24/2; PCC wills list 26/2;

Whiteley, William, randy entrepreneur 23/4, 25/2;

Wife Sales 26/3;

Wilberforce, William, convalesces in Iver 16/2; Bishop Samuel & his clergy 13/3, 24/1;

Williams, Dr Daniel 27/4;  

Williams, John the Wanderer, of Cefn Bychan & Australia 16/1, 22/4;

Willis, George IIIs ‘mad doctors’, Rev John, naughty vicar of Haddenham 24/1;

Wills – using old wills 9/2; basic advice 14/1; on line 12/4; (Index)es 4/3; wills (Whitehall, Throckmorton, Cheslin) 18/1; (Honour) 16/4; inheritance rules 24/4; abstracts lists for Haddenham 26/1, for North Marston, Oving and Whitchurch 26/2, Waddesdon 27/2;               

Wilton Park Intelligence HQ 19/1; 

WING 11/2, 13/2; 

WINGRAVE book 8/4; George Griffin 5/2;

WINSLOW tour 7/4, 14/3; Keach’s chapel tombstones 14/3; manorial tenants 1509-32 14/3; directory list 1830 14/3; 1861 tradesmen 14/3; David Twining bankrupt 13/3; church penance 1500’s 28/1;

WOLVERTON - in Stony Stratford book 22/2; Wolverton Railway Works records 5/3; Print Works 20/1;

Women in 1914-18 war 11/2;

Women’s Land Army 13/3;

WOOBURN - rate collector absconds (Hailey) 18/2; landowners list 1830 9/2; Glory Mill book 15/2; War memorial men 27/2;

Woodenware manufacturers list (Chesham area) 17/4;

Woodland owners 27/3;

Woodworkers 27/2;

Wooburn War Memorial men 27/2;

Workhouses - system 12/2, 27/1; child in, early C20 12/2; Workhouses in Bucks 24/2;

Wright, Naphill, Wycombe. & Australia 9/4;

WYCOMBE - town chair museum 4/3; Windsor chair making 9/1; manufacturers’ list 21/2, 1967/73 21/3; incomers 1621-85 (list) 17/3; Legge-Bourke wedding local attenders 19/3; worthies 1681-2 4/1; Shrimptons 18/3; Methodists 17/3, 18/1; Wycombe in 1920s 2/4; Mr Higgins & the gold rush 4/3; Temple End residents 1651 4/3; Independent chapel ministers list 1669-1903 5/2; Hull family 7/4; Wycombe Union Workhouse list 1871 24/2; Rev Thomas Paddon 27/3; vicar v congregation 27/3;

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This page was last updated 16th March 2019