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George and Mildred King.
George and Mildred King.
George and Mildred were Trevor's parents - looking rather smart. 
  17 Oct 2017
Mildred King, nee Seaton
Mildred King, nee Seaton
Mildred was Trevor King's mother. 
  17 Oct 2017
William Joseph King - c1960
William Joseph King - c1960
William Joseph King was Trevor's uncle Will. 
  17 Oct 2017
George Thomas King - c1960
George Thomas King - c1960
George was Trevor Kings father. 
  17 Oct 2017
William Joseph King senior - family group, c1895
William Joseph King senior - family group, c1895
William Joseph senior and his wife Ellen Anstee were Trevor's great grandparents. Here they are with 6 children, probably outside their house. 
  3 Oct 2017
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  3 Oct 2017
Harry King - c1895
Harry King - c1895
Harry King was Trevor's great uncle. The photo is taken from a large family group. 
  3 Oct 2017
Alfred Percy King - c1895
Alfred Percy King - c1895
Alfred Percy King was Trevor's great uncle. The photo is taken from a large family group. 
  3 Oct 2017
Emma King - c1895
Emma King - c1895
Emma King was Trevor's great aunt. The photo is taken from a large family group. 
  3 Oct 2017
Jane King - c1895
Jane King - c1895
Jane King was Trevor's great aunt. The photo is taken from a large family group. 
  3 Oct 2017

Birth/baptism

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John North baptism - 1732
John North baptism - 1732
John was Trevor King's 5*great grandfather. He was baptised on 30 Dec 1732 at St Peter with St James Church, Brackley, Northamptonshire, UK.
The last entry on the Latin image reads: " Johannes Filius Gulielmi et Rachelis North Baptixzatus fuit Dec: 30nd." 
  12 Oct 2017
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  4 Oct 2017
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  3 Oct 2017

Marriage(s)

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Matthew King marriage to Elizabeth Harwood - 1814
Matthew King marriage to Elizabeth Harwood - 1814
Matthew and Elizabeth were Trevor's 3*great grandparents. They married at All Saints Church, Northampton, Northamptonshire, UK on 24 Jul 1814. 
  16 Oct 2017
Reginald Ernest Walker marriage to Elsie Louise Adams - 1923
Reginald Ernest Walker marriage to Elsie Louise Adams - 1923
Reg and Elsie were the grandparents of Sue Cox. They were married on 18 Jun 1923 at the Victoria Baptist Church in Deal, Kent, UK. 
  3 Oct 2017
George Cox marriage to Ethel Burns - 1924
George Cox marriage to Ethel Burns - 1924
George and Ethel were the maternal grandparents of Sue Cox. They married at Chelsea Register Office on 25 Feb 1924. 
  3 Oct 2017

Death/burial

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Death certificate Robert Ferguson, 11 Dec 1918, age 40
Death certificate Robert Ferguson, 11 Dec 1918, age 40
 
  12 Oct 2017
Rachel North burial - 1748
Rachel North burial - 1748
Rachel North - maiden name unknown - was the 6*great grandmother of Trevor King. She was buried on 22 Oct 1748 at St Peter with St James Church, Brackley, Northamptonshire, UK.
The entry: "22 || Rachel North was Buried in woollen, as app????? by an Affidavit of the 25th". 
  12 Oct 2017

UK Census

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Families of William King and George Shillingford - 1901 census
Families of William King and George Shillingford - 1901 census
William was Trevor King's great grandfather. George was William's cousin. They both lived with their families in Fish End, Little Horwood, Bucks. 
  12 Oct 2017
William Joseph King senior family - 1891 census
William Joseph King senior family - 1891 census
The senior William and his wife Ellen were Trevor King's great grandparents; 11 year old William junior was Trevor's grandfather. The family lived in Fish End, Little Horwood, Bucks.
The census record is spread across 2 pages. 
  12 Oct 2017
William Joseph King family - 1881 census
William Joseph King family - 1881 census
William was Trevor King's great grandfather; the one year old William was Trevor's grandfather. The family lived in Little Horwood, Bucks, where William senior was a farmer. 
  12 Oct 2017
Govien Lloyd family - 1901 census
Govien Lloyd family - 1901 census
Govien Lloyd's wife Jane (nee Singleton) was Dave\s great aunt. They were living with his mother and brothers at 36 Alma Street, Everton, Liverpool.
 
  12 Oct 2017
Ann Vick - 1851 census
Ann Vick - 1851 census
Ann was the ancestor of Victoria Milne.  
  12 Oct 2017

Churches

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Winslow, Bucks - St Laurence church
Winslow, Bucks - St Laurence church
Trevor and Sue live just a few yards from this church.

The first named vicar of Winslow was John, recorded in 1275. Boards either side of the south door record the names of subsequent vicars up to the present day.  
  5 Oct 2017
Whaddon, Bucks - St Mary church
Whaddon, Bucks - St Mary church
The church is built at the top of the hill, and the original chancel and nave were completed early in the 12th century. The nave pillars still remain. One capital decoration shows the curious design of two peacocks quarrelling over a piece of bread. A duplicate of this design has been found in a church in Normandy – it is possible that the same Norman workman carved them both! 
  5 Oct 2017
Little Horwood, Bucks - St Nicholas Church
Little Horwood, Bucks - St Nicholas Church
The present building dates from 1200 A.D. when the Nave and South Aisle were built, but there was probably an earlier structure; The village was given to the Abbey of St. Albans in 795 A.D. by King Offa and it is likely that the first Church was constructed soon after.

The Chancel was rebuilt in 1320, when it was both widened and lengthened. Late in the 14th Century the South Aisle was rebuilt and widened, and both Aisle and Nave were lengthened by one bay towards the West. The Arcade was also partly rebuilt and heightened. The Tower was added in the 15th Century, and the South Porch is dated 1828. The Church was much restored in the 19th Century, when the Chancel was practically rebuilt and the roof re-timbered and raised to a higher pitch. 
  5 Oct 2017
North Marston, Bucks - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary church
North Marston, Bucks - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary church
The foundation stones of the church on this site were laid around the 12th century. Pilgrim money enabled the nave roof to be raised and clerestory windows put in. The inner part of the tower dates back to the 15th century: from 2002 to 2004 all of the outer stones were replaced due to crumbling. There are six bells in the tower. 
  5 Oct 2017
Swanbourne, Bucks - St Swithun Church
Swanbourne, Bucks - St Swithun Church
This is the church where brothers Thomas and Benjamin Anstee, sons of Richard Anstee, were baptised. Thomas, born 1584, and Benjamin, born 1594, were respectively the ancestors of Trevor King and Irene Hartwell, long time friends whose distant relationship was only discovered in 2017.

The church dates back to 1230. The original church consisted of Nave, Chancel and Tower. The North Aisle was added some time in the 16th Century. The Tower was rebuilt in perpendicular style on its same foundations by the early 17th century. The South wall was rebuilt in 1632, the date being clearly visible above the porch. A major restoration was undertaken in 1863, and the present porch was added in 1874. 
  5 Oct 2017
Tysoe, Warks - St Mary church
Tysoe, Warks - St Mary church
On 24 Feb 1819, Irene's ancestor Charlotte Pargiter was baptised in this church.

Tysoe actually comprises 3 parts, Lower Tysoe, Middle Tysoe and Upper Tysoe. The church is in Middle Tysoe. The full name of the parish church is the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The church is a grade one listed building and one of the most beautiful parish churches in England. There is a Saxon wall and evidence of an ancient foundation but in the main it is Norman with fourteenth century additions. However, there is some evidence to suggest a pre Christian religious origin to the site - the church is magnetic due east of the old Red Horse and, at the vernal equinox, the rising sun over Edge Hill bisects the horse site to strike the dead centre of the east window. Extensively restored over the last decade, it is now in excellent condition - although restoration never stops. 
  5 Oct 2017
Wardington, Oxon - St Mary Magdalene church
Wardington, Oxon - St Mary Magdalene church
Irene's grandfather George Hartwell was baptised in St. Mary Magdalene Wardington on 23 June 1889. His parents married there in the previous year. His mother, nee Clara Watts, could trace her Watts ancestry back to the wedding of Thomas Watts and Raleigh Lovell in the same church on 28 March 1758.

The village is in Oxfordshire, on the borders of Northamptonshire, 4 
  5 Oct 2017
Penwortham, Lancs - St Mary Church
Penwortham, Lancs - St Mary Church
This is the church where Dave's Foster ancestors were baptised, married and buried for 200 years up to c1880s. Virtually all the Fosters discovered so far, certainly up to 1850, seem to be descendants of Thomas Foster (origins unknown) and his wife Jenet Winterbotham (origins unknown), who married here on 5th September 1699.

Penwortham is on the south side of the river Ribble, facing Preston. The ground behind the church slopes downward, and from the rear edge of the graveyard, one can look down on the river.

In front of the church, against the railings at the right, is the grave of Dave's 2* great grandfather Roger Foster and his wife Jenny. On the far side of the church, on the flat ground before the slope starts, is a large flat horizontal gravestone under which are buried Dave's 4*great grandparents William and Ellen Foster, plus several of their children. This grave was used for burials over a period of 60 years up to 1824.

The church records started in 1632. Unfortunately, the records held in the church were lost in a fire c1850, so the only information available is from the bishop's transcripts, which have some gaps in the 18th century - and large gaps in the 17th century! 
  5 Oct 2017
Middleton Cheney, Northants - All Saints church
Middleton Cheney, Northants - All Saints church
This Church saw the wedding of Irene's ancestors Samuel Harbage and Elizabeth Hopkins on 16 April 1771. All eight of their children were baptised there.

Middleton Cheney is the largest village at the southeren end of Northants. It is just 5 miles from Banbury.

Middleton is located near to the prehistoric trackway called Banbury Lane, which runs along the northern boundary. This was the main medieval route from Northampton to Banbury and the important period of its use would have been in the late 12th century. Much of it is still an important road between the two towns. At one time Banbury Lane would have been used as a drove road to move cattle to market and would have linked up to another drovers' route known as Welsh Lane at Culworth. After the Norman conquest many Norman lords added their family name to the manor they had been awarded. Simon de Chenduit held the manor in a 12th century survey. John de Curci held a part in 1205. The name is derived ultimately from Medieval Latin, "casnetum" (in Old French this becomes "chesnai"), which means oak grove. Many factors affect the location of a settlement , some of these will have exerted an influence in the past but are no longer important. In its natural state most of the low lying clay land in Britain was marshy and liable to flood so settlements avoided it. Middleton Cheney is no exception and is sited along the top of a ridge - as can clearly be seen on Ordnance Survey maps of the area. Settlements also need an accessible water supply. Many undoubtedly obtained their water from underground sources, wells or springs. A walk around the village will reveal that a large number of wells and pumps still exist in cottage gardens and many are in working order today. Finally, this has always been an important agricultural area. No remains of the original manors in this area can be found but the medieval pattern of strips and furlongs can still be seen in some fields around the village. This pre-enclosure pattern of ridge and furrow has been preserved because, over much of the Midlands, the land was turned over to pasture long ago, thereby fossilising the strips. 
  5 Oct 2017
Maids Moreton, Bucks - St Edmund church
Maids Moreton, Bucks - St Edmund church
This is the church where Irene's ancestors John Fich and Hannah Watts married in 1795, and where their children were baptised.

Maids Moreton is just a mile from the north east edge of Buckingham. 
  5 Oct 2017

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born   Location   Tree   Last Modified 
I1167 
Unknown, Marlene 
b. 3 Jul 1944   King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I6 
King, W.T. 
   King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1161 
Clissold, Esther 
b. Cal 1789  Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1160 
Hyde, Robert 
b. Cal 1790  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1164 
Hyde, Charles 
b. Cal 1834  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1162 
Hyde, George 
b. Cal 1829  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1163 
Hyde, Joseph 
b. Cal 1832  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1165 
Hyde, Jane 
b. Cal 1830  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I1166 
Hyde, John 
b. Cal 1847  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
I149 
Hyde, Caroline 
b. Cal 1824  Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017

Families
          
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Tree   Last Modified 
 F289 
 I6  W.T. King  I1167  Marlene Unknown    King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
 F288 
 I1160  Robert Hyde  I1161  Esther Clissold  23 Aug 1824  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
 F26 
 I148  William Gregory  I149  Caroline Hyde  15 Nov 1855  King/Cox 17 Oct 2017
 F285 
 I1135  William Gregory  I1136  Sarah Butler  4 Nov 1784  King/Cox 16 Oct 2017
 F287 
 I1157  Joseph Butler  I1158  Mary Unknown    King/Cox 16 Oct 2017
 F286 
 I1147  Henry Butler  I1148  Sarah Sutton  29 Aug 1756  King/Cox 16 Oct 2017
 F100 
 I458  Matthew King  I459  Elizabeth Harwood  24 Jul 1814  King/Cox 13 Oct 2017
 F57 
 I299  Samuel Shillingford  I300  Martha Punn  11 Oct 1786  King/Cox 13 Oct 2017
 F97 
 I428  George Shillingford  I443  Emma Parker  Abt Mar 1877  King/Cox 12 Oct 2017
 F284 
 I1132  Walter Francis Goodrich  I15  Margaret Ann (Annie) King  Abt Sep 1896  King/Cox 12 Oct 2017