Surnames G-Q - Family History; English Genealogy, Gravestone Photographs and Information
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This hub covers Surnames beginning with G-Q there are two other parts and here are the links:
Surnames beginning with G-Q that I have photographs and/or information for are detailed below - if you find a surname that you are interested in please use the Comments Box below to tell me which area of the country you are interested in and I will post the information that I have.
Your request will then be transferred and posted alongside the posting which I hope will make things easier for everyone.
Gable, Gadsby, Gadsden, Gadsdon, Galea, Gallard, Gambell, Gardiner, Gardner, Garfitt, Garid, Garland, Garmston, Garner, Garnett, Garrard, Garratt, Garrett, Garside, Gascoyne, Gates, Gathard, Gaved, Gawthorn, Gawthorne, Gay, Gaythorne, Gayton, Gaze, Geddes, Geary, Geatches, Geddes, Gee, Geech, Gem, Gendell, Gent, George, Gerrard, Gerry, Gewt, Gibbard, Gibbs, Gibson, Giffin, Gilbert, Gilby, Gilks, Gill, Gillbert, Gillett, Gilpin, Ginger, Glanville, Glasson, Glave, Glaxton, Glendennan, Glendining, Glenn, Glover, Goad, Goade, Gobey, Goble, Godden, Godfrey, Godlimain, Goff, Goffe, Golden, Goldin, Golding, Goldney, Goldsworthy, Good, Goodall, Goodger, Gooding, Goodland, Goodman, Goodred, Goodwin, Goody, Gore, Gorf, Gotch, Gould, Govier, Grace, Graham, Grant, Grantham, Grasso, Graves, Gray, Greave, Greaves, Greebaway, Green, Greenaway, Greene, Greenslade, Greenwood, Gregory, Grey, Gribben, Gribble, Griffin, Griffith, Griffiths, Grigg, Grimes, Grimsdale, Gripe, Grisbrooke, Gronert, Groocock, Groom, Grove, Gubbins, Gudsown, Guess, Gunn, Gunnery, Gurney, Gunthorpe, Guyner, Gwyn
Haddon, Hadfield, Hadwin, Hailey, Haines, Hajder, Halama, Hale, Hall, Halton, Ham, Hambley, Hamblin, Hambrough, Hamilton, Hammill, Hammond, Hampshire, Hampton, Hancart, Hancock, Hand, Hanell, Hannell, Hannibal, Hansbrow, Hanson, Harcourt, Harding, Hardley, Hardman, Hardwick, Hargreaves, Harkness, Harley, Harling, Harnett, Harp, Harper, Harrington, Harris, Harrison, Harriss, Harrod, Harrold, Harrup, Harry, Hart, Hartley, Hartrupp, Hartup, Harvey, Haseldine, Haskins, Hassell, Hastings, Hatch, Hatcher, Hathornthwaite, Hawken, Hawkes, Hawkin, Hawkins, Hawley, Hawthorne, Hawtin, Haxn, Haycock, Hayden, Haydon, Hayes, Hayles, Hayllar, Haynes, Haysman, Hayward, Hazell, Hazlewood, Headlam, Heady, Heald, Healey, Heap, Heaps, Hearn, Heard, Heath, Heathcote, Heatley, Heaton, Hebbes, Hebbs, Hedge, Hedges, Hefferon, Heighington, Heley, Hellings, Hellins, Hemy, Heneage, Henderson, Hendy, Henessy, Henley, Henly, Henniker, Henry, Henson, Hepson, Herbert, Herdman, Herstell, Heseldon, Hetherington, Heward, Hewitt, Hewlitt, Heysham, Heywood, Hibbard, Hickman, Hicks, Hickson, Higgin, Higgins, Higgs, Hiellyer, Higgins, Higgs, Hill, Hillhouse, Hillyard, Hillyer, Hinde, Hindes, Hine, Hines, Hinkins, Hinson, Hisout, Hitchens, Hitchins, Hives, Hoare, Hobber, Hobbs, Hobson, Hocken, Hockenhull, Hockin, Hocking, Hoddinott, Hodge, Hodges, Hodgson, Hodskin, Hodson, Hogarth, Hogg, Holborn, Holden, Holderness, Holes, Holland, Hollier, Hollinday, Hollingworth, Hollis, Hollow, Holloway, Hollyer, Holman, Holme, Holmes, Holt, Holthusen, Holtom, Holton, Homan, Homer, Honeychurch, Hood, Hooker, Hookins, Hoon, Hooper, Hooton, Hope, Hope-Lang, Hopkins, Hoppe, Hopper, Horan, Hordly, Horn, Hornby, Horne, Horner, Horrell, Horsley, Horton, Hosken, Hosking, Hoskings, Houchin, Hough, Houghton, House, Housman, Houson, Howard, Howarth, Howe, Howes, Howitt, Howlett, Howorth, Howse, Howson, Hox, Hoyle, Huckle, Hudders, Hudson, Hughes, Hugo, Hujus, Hull, Hume, Humphreys, Humphries, Humprey, Hunt, Huntingdon, Huntley, Hurley, Hurring, Hurst, Hurtley, Hutchings, Hutchins, Hutton, Huxley, Hyatt
Ibotson, Illingworth, Ingall, Ingleby, Ingram, Inns, Irons, Irwin, Irvin, Ismay
Jacka, Jackson, Jacob, Jacobs, Jacobson, Jacocks, Jago, Jamee, James, Jameson, Janey, Jarvis, Jefferies, Jefferson, Jeffree, Jeffrey, Jeffs, Jelley, Jelly, Jemmett, Jenkin, Jenkins, Jennings, Jervis, Jesson, Jewell, Jewett, Joanes, Jodrell, John, Johns, Johnson, Johnston, Johnstone, Jolliffe, Jones, Jordan, Jorey, Jose, Jost, Jovanovik, Jowett, Joyce, Judd, Jukes, Julian, Jun
Kay, Keast, Keates, Keatinge, Keats, Keech, Keeling, Keen, Keet, Keeves, Kelly, Kemmis, Kemp, Kempster, Kempthorne, Kendall, Kendle, Kennard, Kent, Kernick, Kersey, Kessel, Kessell, Kestle, Kettle, Kevern, Keys, Kibble, Kibby, Kidd, Kightly, Kilby, Kilpin, King, Kingston, Kingstone, Kington, Kirby, Kirk, Kirkham, Kirkpatrick, Kirkwood, Kissinger, Kistle, Kitchen, Kitchener, Kite, Kitelee, Kneebone, Knibb, Knibbs, Knight, Knipe, Knoles, Knott, Knowles, Kopsch, Kredba
Lacon, Laing, Laity, Lake, Lamb, Lambert, Lampitt, Lanchester, Land, Lander Landry, Lane, Langdon, Langley, Langridge, Langshaw, Langton, Lanyon, Largua, Larman, Larqua, Latimer, Laughton, Launder, Laundry, Lavers, Law, Lawes, Lawman, Lawrence, Lawry, Lawson, Layton, Lazenby, Leaberry, Leach, Leamer, Lean, Lee, Leech, Leeman, Leeming, Legers, Leighton, Lemin, Lemon, L'Estrange, Letcher, Lett, Levam, Levy, Lewes, Lewin, Lewis, Lewtas, Lewthwaite, Liddell, Liddicoat, Lill, Lillington, Lincoln, Linder, Lindow, Line, Lines, Lingard-Monk, Linwood, Lisle, Little, Littlechild, Littlejohn, Littlewood, Litton, Lloyd, Loal, Lobb, Lock, Locke, Lockett, Lockey, Lockley, Loe, Loft, Lofthouse, Logan, London, Long, Looms, Loosley, Lopez, Lord, Lovegrove, Lovell, Lovesey, Lovett, Low, Lowther, Loxham, Loxley, Lucas, Luck, Luckett, Luckock, Ludgate, Luing, Luke, Lumb, Lumley, Lunt, Lurking, Luscombe, Lusted, Lyford, Lyles, Lyn, Lynas, Lyne, Lynch, Lyndon, Lyne, Lynes, Lyon
Mabfel, Mably, MacDonald, MacFarlane, Mack, MacKay, Mackey, MacKinnon, MacTavish, Maddern, Madill, Mainwaring, Maish, Major, Mallins, Mallough, Mallows, Malsher, Manby, Mandleys, Mangold, Mankee, Mannall, Manners, Manning, Mansbridge, Mansergh, Manton, Mapley, Margetson, Marham, Maris, Markham, Markie, Marks, Marlow, Marsden, Marsh, Marshall, Marsland, Martin, Martinez, Mashiter, Mason, Masterman, Masters, Matheson, Mathews, Mattheson, Matthews, Maudsley, Maul, Maunsell, Max, Maxwell, May, Maychell, Maycock, Mayer, Maynard, Mayne, McCallman, McCartney, McCaskey, McCluskey, McCourtie, McDonald, McGameron, McHale, McKenzie, McLean, McLennan, McManus, McNeil, McNicoll, Meacham, Mead, Meades, Meadley, Meadows, Meakins, Meal, Medadue, Medcalf, Medland, Medlyn, Mecoid, Mellish, Mennel, Merker, Merrick, Merrifield, Merrill, Merriman, Merritt, Messenger, Metcalf, Mew, Meyrick, Middleton, Middleweek, Milbourne, Miles, Mill, Millar, Miller, Mills, Millward, Milly, Milne, Milner, Milton, Miners, Minett, Minney, Minshall, Minshull, Missenden, Mitchell, Mobbs, Mobley, Mokanyk, Molland, Mollard, Money, Monks, Moon, Mooney, Moore, Moores, Moorhen, Morcan, Morcom, Morcombe, Morewood, Morgan, Morgans, Morill, Morley, Morrall, Morris, Morrish, Morrison, Morse, Morton, Moseley, Moses, Moss, Moulam, Mounce, Mount, Mowbray, Moyle, Muckle, Muddiman, Muff, Mufford, Mugford, Mullock, Mumford, Munday, Munden, Mundy, Murphy, Murton, Myers, Myerscough, Mynard, Myners
Nancarrow, Napper, Nash, Neal, Neale, Needham, Neep, Negus, Nelson, Nettle, Neville, New, Newbury, Newhill, Newman, News, Newton, Nichol, Nichola, Nicholas, Nicholls, Nichols, Nicholson, Nicklin, Nickson, Nicol, Nicoll, Noad, Noble, Nikulin, Ninnis, Niton, Noble, Noel, Nolan, Noon, Norman, Norris, North, Northcroft, Northy, Nuciforo, Nursaw, Nuthard, Nutt
Oak, Oapy, Oates, O'Connor, O'Dell, Odell, Odgers, O'Donovan, Offley, Ogilvie, Ogle, Oilward, O'Kelly, Old, Oldboyd, Oldham, O’Leary, Olife, Oliver, Olney, Olwen, Opie, Orchard, Orpwood, Orton, O'Sullivan, Osborn, Osborne, O'Shanasea, Ottley, Ouggiduggins, Ould, Oulds, Overand, Overton, Oviatt, Owen, Owers, Oxborrow, Oxenbury, Oxnan
Pabody, Page, Paget, Pain, Painter, Palk, Pallett, Palling, Palliser, Pallister, Palmer, Panter, Pappin, Pargeter, Paris, Park, Parke, Parker, Parkin, Parkinson, Parkyn, Parrott, Parry, Parsons, Partridge, Pascoe, Pateman, Patenall, Patience, Patterson, Paul, Paull, Pauncefort-Duncombe, Pawlawich, Payne, Peach, Peacock, Pearce, Pearson, Peck, Pedder, Peel, Peete, Pell, Pellow, Pemberthy, Penaluick, Penberthy, Pendleton, Pengelly, Penhal, Penhale, Penhall, Penhallick, Penhaul, Penman, Penn, Penna, Pennington, Penny, Penpraze, Penrose, Pepper, Peppiatt, Perceval, Percival, Perkins, Perraton, Perrett, Perrin, Perris, Perriss, Perrott, Perry, Perryman, Petchey, Peters, Peterson, Petitt, Pettigrew, Pettipher, Petts, Phaby, Phelps, Phillip, Phillips, Phillpot, Philp, Pichie, Pickering, Pickes, Pickles, Piercy, Pidgen, Piggott, Pike, Pikesley, Pilcher, Pilkington, Pill, Pinfold, Ping, Pink, Pinkston, Piper, Pipes, Pitkin, Pitt, Pittman, Pixley, Plant, Plastow, Platten, Player, Plowden, Plumb, Plumbe, Plumbridge, Plumbley, Pocock, Polkinhorne, Pollard, Ponton, Pool, Poole, Pooley, Poore, Pope, Porter, Postlethwaite, Potter, Poulson, Poulter, Poulton, Povey, Powell, Power, Poyner, Poynter, Pratt, Prescowthick, Prettyman, Pretyman, Price, Prideaux, Priest, Prigers, Prince, Prior, Prisk, Pritt, Procter, Proctor, Progers, Prouse, Prout, Provice, Provis, Prunier, Pryce, Pryor, Pugh, Pullin, Purcell, Purdey, Purssell, Puryer, Putman, Putt, Puttnam, Pye
Quainton, Quick, Quickfall, Quickfall Jun, Quine, Quinney
Sandy 5 weeks ago
would love to see photo of graves for Gascoyne and Allgood............can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Sandy, Sorry I have no photographs so far on these, only information from the parish registers, I have visited the churchyard but could not find the tombstones, when I have time I will have another go for you.
George Gascoyne, died 15 June 1929 aged 69 years, and on same tombstone
Sarah Gascoyne, died 3 January 1942 aged 83 years - buried in St. James Church, New Bradwell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
GREAVES (in Rotherham, South Yorkshire)
GREAVES (in Rotherham, South Yorkshire)
Sue Renkert 10 days ago
I followed a link in a message that said you had information on GREAVES burials. How do I search to see what you have? My Greaves were from Rotherham primarily, but also Ecclesfield and the general Sheffield area.
Hi Sue, here is in the information on the Greaves surname that I have:
29 Jul 1826 - Sarah, age 80, All Saints
4 Oct 1832 - John, age 82, same church
10 Feb 1834 - Henry, age 2, same church
23 May 1842 - Charles, age 5, St. Mary, Greaseborough
26 Feb 1844 - Mary, age 53, All Saints
15 Aug 1849 - Jarvis, 16 months, same church
Alison Rooney 2 weeks ago
Do you have any info on Selby Family or Gunthorpe Family, i noticed them in your listing. Any help would be gratefully received.
Hi Alison, I have one Gunthorpe in the same church as Frederick Selby but no photograph as I could not find the gravestone:
10 Nov 1819 - Elizabeth Gunthorpe, age 78, St. Peter & St. Paul, Newport Pagnell
Jacqui Moce 18 hours ago
Would be greatly interested in Gurney graves if available.
Hi Jacqui, I have these two pieces of information on the Gurney surname with no photos and then below you will find a local burial with photographs. I hope these are of interest to you.
In St. Andrew, Wraysbury, Buckinghamshire there is a Cruciform headstone on the West side of the church: Sacred to the Memory of Bathsheba Gurney, who died 14th April 1856, aged 73.
In the north transept of St. James the Great, Bierton, Buckinghamshire is a memorial plaque: Here lye the bodies of Samuel and Jane Gurney. Samuel departed this life June 30th 1713: Jane departed Feb. 24th 1687.
Selina King 2 weeks ago
Thanks. Another quick one: Hambleton in Sonning or Wokingham, Berkshire.
Hi Selina here are the burial dates for HAMBLETON family in Sonning, Berkshire:
1674 - Francis, buried in St. Andrew Church, Sonning, Berkshire
1780 - Henry, same church
1825 - William, same church
Have a family of Harrods and noticed the name listed in your site - Bedfordshire, it appears.
Hi Sue, the burials I have in my records are actually from Buckinghamshire my apologies I was sure I had one in Bedfordshire, the details I have are:
31 Jan 1654 - Mary Harrod, St. Peter & St. Paul's Church, Newport Pagnell, the gravestone no longer exists.
21 Nov 1827 - Sarah, St. Mary, Denham
23 Jan 1830 - Hannah, St. Mary & All Saints, Beaconsfield
18 Jan 1831 - Silvanus James, same church
21 Feb 1836 - William, St. Mary, Denham
19 Apr 1844 - John, St. Peter, Burnham
If there are other areas of the country that you are more interested in please let me know.
I'm tracing Hartups.. From the census's there seemed quite a few around MK .. Don't suppose you've come across any headstones
I have only found one Hartup gravestones which is for William and Julia Hartup who are buried in the beautiful church in Great Linford Manor grounds.
The 3 Hicks burial records I have are very early ones and taken directly from the Newport Pagnell Parish Burial Records:
2nd February 1654 - Jerimiah Hicks, son of Robert Hicks
September 1655 (after 11 September) - Elisabeth Hicks, daughter of Richard Hicks
1st December 1655 - Lettis Hicks, widow
Lynn 2 weeks ago
this is really a great site...thank you! I checked through your surnames and sadly didn't see any Hirsts?
My ggggrand father was Ira Hirst, born in 1828 Batley, Morley. His father was David and mother was Martha nee Fox. Ira moved his family to SA where he died and his family remained.
Should you find any grave info on his father and mother and even their ancestors, I would be so happy as I cant find any info further back to see who my ancestors were in the Hirst line.
ira married Adelaide Octavia Kinsman and because her father was Curator of Gildersome I have luckily found lots of info...
Hi Lynn, I hope this helps a little with your search for your HIRST family, these are buried in All Saints Church, Batley, West Yorkshire.
10 Sep 1765 - Mary
30 Mar 1766 - Betty
7 Jun 1767 - Thomas
29 Nov 1767 - Joshua
5 Jun 1778 - Joseph
21 Mar 1784 - Henry
8 Sep 1786 - William
2 Jun 1790 - Rachel
17 Jun 1801 - Catherine
16 Sep 1802 - Elisth
7 Mar 1804 - John
23 Nov 1810 - Mary
9 Dec 1810 - Joshua
14 Dec 1814 - Joseph, age 79
9 Mar 1817 - Mary Ann, age 5
Penny Cryer 5 weeks ago
Hi Eileen, I am interested in any information on the hodges surname. Could you possibly send me the burials you have for them please.
Hi Penny, this is the gravestone of the Hodges family that is buried in St. George churchyard, Wolverton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire which is a Victorian town built up and around the railway station.
Ann Arnold Hennings 5 weeks ago
I would love to know if you have any Arnold or Humphries photographs for those born in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Great work. Thanks.
1622 Thomas, St. Peter & St. Paul, Hanborough, Oxon
1626 Joan, ditto
1626 Justinian, ditto
1630 Henrie, St. Mary, Kidlington, Oxon
1631 Anthony, St. Peter in the East, Oxford, Oxon
1637 Elizabeth, St. Mary the Virgin, Witney, Oxon
1637 Elizabeth, St. Mary, Kidlington, Oxon
1643 Thomas, St. Mary the Virgin, Witney, Oxon
1644 Ann, ditto
1645 Richard, ditto
April 1657 Cicily, St. George, Brailes, Warwickshire
10 Sep 1663 Anna, ditto
31 Mar 1674 Robert, St. Peter ad Vincula, Broad Hinton, Wiltshire
28 Feb 1676, John, ditto
5 Jul 1676 Mary, ditto
1695 Alice, St. Mary the Virgin, Witney, oxon
1697 [daughter], ditto
Ann Evans 2 weeks ago
I am interested in any Dutton graves - especially from the Cheshire area.
Also any Jago names in the Kent area
What am amazing site! And what an incredible service you are providing.
I only have 2 burials for Jago in Kent, both are at St. Pauls Church in Deptford:
21 Apr 1830 Elizabeth Jago, and
15 Nov 1820 Martha Jago, aged 69
JOST and BRAITHWAITE 5 days ago
Can you help with these two .. also researching BRAGG .. HUGHES .. TAYLOR .. JOHNSON and others ..
would be interested in any info , maiden name is Kennard
Hi Frances, the information I have for Kennard is the burial of James William Kennard which I found while trawling through the City of London Cemetery records, the burial info is as follows:
Burial date 9 October 1856, James William Kennard
Residence: Bulaam Street, Plaistow
Age: 1 year
District in which the Death is registered: "West Ham", Essex
From What Parish Removed: West Ham.
Situation of Grave: Square 125 number 57
No. of Grant: 101
Description of Interment: 1st Class Common Interment, Unconsecrated Ground
Ceremony Performed by: James Woodard
Remarks: Son of A.(H.) Kennard
If you're looking for anywhere else in England please let me know the area and I will see what else I have for you.
Lawrence 5 days ago
Hi Eileen. I have Lawrence ancestors from London, Chelsea, Iver in Bucks and Chelmarsh in Shropshire. 16th & 17th Centuries. Wondering what Lawrences you have encountered in Bucks. My American immigrant ancestor Robert Lawrence was christened in Iver in the early 1600s and immigrated to Virginia in 1639. Regards, Paul
Burial records for the Lawrence surname found in the City of London Cemetery:
Elizabeth Lawrence, buried 15 Oct 1856, age 1 year, last residence 7 Colonnade, Brunswick Square, district in which the Death is registered: Grays Inn Lane, Middlesex, From What Parish Removed: St. Pancras, Situation of Grave: Square 27 number 61, No. of Grant: 113, Description: 2nd Class Common Interment, Unconsecrated Ground, Ceremony performed by James Woodard.
Thomas Lawrence, buried 12 Oct 1856, age 1 year, last residence 41 Baldwin Street, City Road, District in which the Death is registered: "City Road, St. Luke", Middlesex, From What Parish Removed: St. Luke, Situation of Grave: Square 27 number 60, No. of Grant: 107, 2nd Class Common Interment, Unconsecrated Ground, Ceremony Performed by James Woodard.
As you can see from the photographs below some little thugs have recently gone into the churchyard and have pushed over every single cross that they could. Too heavy for me to lift although that didn't stop me trying.
I see the name Layton mentioned in your list - I'm looking for any information you may have on the family in Buckinghamshire/Northamptonshire. Thank you so much.
Hi Ann, please see below the tombstone of a couple with the surname Layton who are buried in our local church.
I also have burial date details of the following Layton families:
St. Mary, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire:
3 Feb 1837 Thomas age 4 months
5 Jan 1838 James age 26.
St. Peter & St. Paul, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire:
26 Oct 1814 Mary age 61
4 Mar 1821 John age 70
23 Sep 1822 Sophia age 5
St. Peter with St. James, Brackley, Northamptonshire:
13 Sep 1826 Catherine age 1
3 Dec 1829 Philip age 16 months
9 Dec 1827 James (infant)
7 Aug 1835 Benjamin age 53
29 Jan 1845 Mary (infant)
Holy Cross, Daventry, Northamptonshire:
6 May 1828 Mary age 3 days
St. John the Baptist, Peterborough, Northamptonshire:
12 May 1813 Richard age 5 days
21 Sep 1815 Thomas age 3 months
13 Mar 1818 Mary Constance (tombstone badly weathered middle name is guess) aged 5 days
9 Dec 1819 Charles Henry age 8 months
5 Mar 1820 Frederick age 2 weeks
11 Jun 1820 William age 74
14 Aug 1821 Richard age 9 weeks
2 Jan 1827 Henry age 4
9 Jan 1827 Mary Ann age 19
29 Apr 1828 Emily age 10 months
13 Oct 1831 Elenor age 71
4 Jul 1841 Elizabeth age 41
St. Mary & Holy Cross, Quainton, Buckinghamshire:
26 Feb 1822 Sarah age 76
6 May 1830 John age 69
19 Mar 1837 Thomas age 83
All Saints, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire:
11 Jul 1883 Harry age 15
St. Mary the Virgin, Wilby, Northamptonshire:
10 Nov 1896 (baby with no name) age 25 days
28 Jul 1911 Charles age 69
27 Sep 1916 Elizabeth age 75
Carole Corn 2 weeks ago
Surnames: Crisp and Lloyd in or around Kidderminster
mid to late 1800's and afterwards.
Here is the list of Lloyd family in Kidderminster that I have, unfortunately I don't have anything for CRISP in that area.
All of these are buried in St. Mary, Kidderminster:
11 Jan - James
6 Oct 1725 - Margaret
18 Apr 1766 - William
24 Aug 1780 - Mary
27 Nov 1786 - William
8 Feb 1787 - William
16 Nov 1788 - Samue
10 Sep 1789 - Catharine
7 Oct 1789 - Phebe
25 Dec 1789 - Thomas
4 Sep 1794 - John
2 Apr 1795 - Mary
21 Dec 1795 - Benjamin
30 Mar 1796 - Phebe
21 Aug 1796 - Maria
19 May 1797 - Sarah
2 Feb 1800 - Thomas
29 Oct 1808 - John
15 Jun 1809 - John
11 Jul 1809 - Elizabeth
30 Nov 1809 - Amelia
2 Jan 1813 - Mary
1 Aug 1813 - Anne
17 Feb 1814 - William
25 Feb 1814 - Sarah
9 Jun 1814 - James
23 Aug 1814 - Hannah
13 Nov 1814 - Sarah
15 Jun 1815 - Mary Anne
18 Jan 1820 - Elizabeth
30 Nov 1820 - Elizabeth
20 Jun 1821 - William
24 Jun 1821 - John
8 Sep 1822 - Samuel
9 Sep 1822 - William
1 Feb 1823 - George
23 Mar 1823 - Hannah
22 Feb 1825 - Sarah
24 Apr 1825 - Mary
1 Nov 1825 - Sarah
Ron Long 5 days ago
I have no photographs under the name of Edward Long but I do have 2 burial records for this name in Buckinghamshire:
Buried 30 May 1836, age 2, St. Peter Church, Burnham
4 Sep 1846, age 32, St. Paul, Wooburn
Jody Maunsell 12 hours ago
Looking for the grave of Charles R. Maunsell in Ireland, or any other Maunsells you may have. Thank you.
Hi Jody the information I have was reported in the New York City newspaper, The Irish-American under the heading 1857 Irish Deaths it reported that at Charlemont Avenue, Dublin, Charles R. MAUNSELL, Esq., son of Major MAUNSELL, late District Paymaster of Newry, had died but doesn't state where he was buried.
Are you only interested in the Irish side of the Maunsell family because there are quite a few of that surname buried in a nearby Northamptonshire church?
John McIntosh 4 hours ago
I'd like to see the Gravestone photograph of McIntosh family at Moray, Scotland.
Wendy King 3 months ago
I'm wonder if you have any info on any Minard/Mynard of Olney and Emberton Buckinghamshire.
Thank you in advance.
Hi Wendy, I am very pleased to post the info on Mynard as it is the first tombstone I ever photographed, glad someone can benefit from the very start of my project.
Minard family buried in All Saints in Emberton, Buckinghamshire:
15 Nov 1822 John age 1 year
4 Jun 1832 John age 5 weeks
15 Sep 1833 William age 6
28 Mar 1836 Mary age 54
20 Aug 1842 Joseph age 8
16 Sep 1842 Susannah age 4
8 Dec 1848 Thomas age 14
Minard family buried in St. Peter & St. Pauls, Olney:
5 Feb 1837 James age 2
17 Jul 1844 Thomas age 11 months
I live fairly close to Emberton and Olney, when the weather improves and I have some spare time I will drive up and take some photographs and see if I can find them for you if they are of interest.
jackrichards 19 hours ago
I see that Offley is included in your list of surnames. Could you please tell me more about the gravestone.
Your site is a wonderful idea.
In St. Mary, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, formerly near the church altar but now in the clergy vestry is an oval mural tablet which reads:
In memory of
Sir Francis Bernard, Bart.,
Late Governor of Massachuset's Bay;
He married Amelia, daughter of Stephen Offley,
Esq., of Norton Hall, Derbyshire,
by whom he left issue,
Three sons, John, Thomas, and Scrope;
And four daughters,
Jane, Amelia, Frances, Elizabeth and Julia.
He died the XVI. day of June,
In the LXVII. year of his age.
If there's a different area you're interested in or someone in particular you're looking for just let me know and I'll see what I have for you.
Margaret Dowd 2 months ago
I have Oliver families in Buckinghamshire/Northamptonshire. First ones were Thomas Oliver who married Mary Rehnols. Both from Chearsley born about 1670. Richard Oliver, son 1695-1761 and wife Mary Tebbot 1721-1774 in Great Linford, Bucks. Richard Oliver 1744-1807and wife Sarah Curtis 1745-1807 in Great Linford, Bucks. Richard's son William Oliver born 1803 in Great Linford, Bucks died in Northampton 1864, his first wife Annie Wheatley died 1834 in New Port Pagnell,Buck.
Hi Margaret, I actually live in Great Linford and St. Andrews is my local church, small world huh! I have photographed all the graves in St. Andrews and unfortunately there are none for the Oliver family. I do have some burial information for that church which lists some Oliver family as having been buried there but their graves no longer exist. I have looked for the names you listed but sorry to say I have no other information other than what I have listed below:
Burial records for St. Andrews, Great Linford:
16 Nov 1819 Henry age 1
14 Apr 1828 Emma age 5 months
8 Dec 1833 Sarah age 89
20 Feb 1834 Richard age 20
30 May 1834 Ann age 25
15 Jun 1834 Thomas age 58
John Fuller 2 weeks ago
Thanks for all the hard work, Eileen. I am interested in the surnames Fuller and Parrott, which are both in your list. "Somewhere in England" is the only location I can offer. If the entries you have are not too numerous I would love to see what you have. Thanks again.
Burial Records without gravestone photographs as gravestone not found at St Lauds, Sherington, Buckinghamshire:
Catherine Isabella Parrott, born 1906, died 1980, gravestone location 10a
Walter Thomas Parrott, born 1908, died 1980, gravestone location 10a
Sharon Heslop 2 weeks ago
I would be interested in any information you might have on PENNINGTON if this was in the Lancashire area.
Also WILLIAMS from Anglesey/Caernarvonshire.
The only Pennington burial in Lancashire that I know of is an infant called Isabella Pennington, who was buried 22 Mar 1824 in Christ Church, Over Wyresdale.
Note: I have no information on Wales, sorry.
Kenneth Chapman 2 weeks ago
I would be interested in Chapman,Perret and Thickpenny
The only photograph I have near Chapman and Thickpenny would be that of a PERRETT, not sure if this is of interest but have posted it just in case.
Pamela Bartrip 3 hours ago
I am looking at the Carter side of the family and have an ancestor who came from Aston Abbots but probably died in Twyford (or Charndon possibly) in July 1847 as a Plant, wife of William Plant who died in Oct 1852.
Hi Pamela, we have PLANT in our family tree too but not from Buckinghamshire. The only female PLANT that I have in my records that died in Buckinghamshire around the right sort of date is:
Mary Plant buried 9 Feb 1848 age 77, she is buried in St. Mary and Holy Cross in Quainton, Bucks.
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