||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.
||Date: 18th September 2014 16:52|
Name: Tess Taylor
Comment: I am searching for my grandmother's family. My father William Taylor was born to Alice Penelope Taylor in 1910. I have reason to believe that in 1920 she married a George Patching & lived in the Aylesbury area. My father was brought up by his father's family & had no knowledge of his mother, even her name but I've traced it via his birth certificate.
||Date: 13th September 2014 17:52|
Name: david A. Walker
Comment: I am conducting research on the Watling Works Shipyard in Stony Stratford the founder, ca 1846/7 was an engineer Edward Hayes, he had a son Edward. I believe he was married in Pottersbury in 1844 and he died there in 1877. Is anyone in the Society researching this family? and could they help please. Edward Hayes (I or Sr) was born in Manchester in 1818 I believe. The history of the works is clear in many respects, they built many sea-going vessels there until about 1925/6 but details of the Hayes family seem difficult to locate. I would welcome suggestions for my further research if there is no direct information. Thank you in anticipation, David
||Date: 8th August 2014 12:26|
Name: John Payne
Comment: Researching my GGF William Payne according to Census returns born Shabbington 1847, married there in 1875 to Eliza Batchelor . I cannot find his parents, he may have had a sister Elizabeth b1852 who married a Henry Plested in Shabbington
||Date: 31st May 2014 00:13|
Name: Tom Clark
Comment: I am the great-great-great grandson of Abraham Clarke, who was born in Whaddon Parish around 1787 or so married Henrietta Faulkner (b. 1795 in Whaddon) in August of 1815. They came to the US with several children in 1828. I am planning on doing some research when visiting in early July of this year. If anyone has any information on either the Clarkes or Faulkners of Whaddon Parish, or tips about researching Whaddon Parish records, I would be very appreciative. We will be going from London to Whaddon (or the nearest station) by train, and any thoughts on places to stay in Whaddon or nearby would also be appreciated. Thanks so much. Tom Clark, Sacramento, California.