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6. Date: 10th April 2017 21:29
Name: Pamela Hinman
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Comment: I'm researching my mother's Potter ancestry and have traced them to Robert Potter (b.1571, Newport Pagnell, Bucks, d. 1627, Newport Pagnell). I believe he is the son of Thomas Potter (1550?-1595) and Isabel Sumner (1543-1613). I am interested in knowing if anyone can verify that I have the right Thomas Potter as the marriage date to Isabel is listed as 1563, which means he would have been 13! I am also interested in knowing of anyone in the area who also traces their roots to this family. I will be visiting the area in early August, 2017 and would love to attend a meeting or tour.
7. Date: 16th January 2017 20:14
Name: Jay Hearn
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Comment: Greetings, I've been researching my Hearne family of Sherington for the last several years. My 8th great- grandfather, Thomas Hearne was married in St. Laud's to Mary Bassett in 1628, per the Bishop's transcript of the Parish Registry. His eldest son (my 7th great) was apprenticed to a Founder in London in 1643 and became a "Citizen & Founder of London" at his death in 1679. I'm always interested in those in and around the northern part of Bucks doing Hearne family research!
8. Date: 25th September 2016 14:17
Name: John Sutton
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Comment: Hi, I am researching my 2nd and 3rd Great Grandfathers, William Batson (b 1847 Ellesborough d. 1931 Wycombe district) and John Batson (b 1826 Buckinghamshire, d. 1890 Ellesborough). William was married twice, 1868 to Mary Ann Drake (1839-1884), then in 1895 to Caroline Dixon (1866-1952); and John married once to Mary Ann Towerton (1822-1914) in 1847. While I can find them easily in the Census records, I cannot locate their final resting places. Could someone give me a shove in the right direction where I might find the cemeteries where they might lay, or where I can search for the information I require? Thanks in advance for any assistance. Kind Regards John Sutton Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
9. Date: 30th July 2016 11:06
Name: David Neill
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Comment: I am researching the Weston family who were to be found in the Hughenden area in the 18th and 19th centuries.I am currently stuck on Christopher Weston who married Marthe Stadhams on 14 Aug 1794 in St Michael and All Angels, Hughenden. I am unable to find any record of his birth, even after extensive searches in BGS archives. Apparently he was born around 1761, his age being given as 77 on the burial registry of 28 Nov 1838. Can anyone kindly point me in the right direction?
10. Date: 18th May 2016 22:03
Name: Julie Foster Van Camp
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Comment: I am searching for anyone with ancestral connections to Tompkins and Foster families in the late 1500s to mid 1600s in Buckinghamshire who sailed to the Massachusetts Bay Colony before 1660. Thank you.
 
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