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  1. gwenythgreen

    My paternal grandmother Ann Bustin ne Neale born 12 October 1879 in Cumnor died June 1914 in Binsey Oxford is I believe buried in Headington Cemetery

    My paternal grandmother Ann Bustin ne Neale born 12 October 1879 in Cumnor died June 1914 in Binsey Oxford is I believe buried in Headington Cemetery, How do I confirm this and if possible find the location of her grave? I do no think there was a headstone because of the families finances at...
  2. gwenythgreen

    Manslaughter charge

    I have had a hint from Ancestry that one of my ancestors William Hastings born 15 February 1818 in Wytham, Berkshire (UK) stood trial accused of manslaughter on 23 February 1839, he was acquitted but any idea where I could more details about how the trial came to be and the supposed crime please.
  3. gwenythgreen

    FHL films?

    I have my tree on ANCESTRY but am a little confused as when I get the hints leaf I am often told there is no image available but am given a FHL Film number so is there a way to look at these 'on line' please, I like to look and study the hint before adding it to my tree.
  4. gwenythgreen

    Ann Juffs 1793 1847 Cumnor Berkshire

    Can you help please, Trying to trace this lady's birth, She married William Neale on the 17 May 1819 but unfortunately a......try do not show the image so no help tracing Ann Juffs parents. Thank you
  5. gwenythgreen

    School Records and Electoral for my Father

    Hello, I am trying to find School records for my father Herbert Thomas Bustin (1913 - 1990) He went to Wytham village school near Oxford, I have found that there is a punishment book for the pupils of the school from 1910 onwards but it is in the possession of the Oxford Diocese, does anyone...
  6. gwenythgreen

    Brynkinalt Military Hospital 1915 - 1919

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/WrexhamHistory/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1706293316083615 This is a link to a photo album of the Brynkinalt Military Hospital, This is a military hospital near Chirk, Wrexham North Wales, May be useful to those who are interested in WW1 memorabilia?
  7. gwenythgreen

    Electoral register

    Besides Ancestry is there anywhere else I can look for Electoral registers between 1930 to at least 1960 please as they only have two records for my father Herbert Thomas Bustin born Wytham, Berks 1913, I need to check on the members of his household and whether they had a lodger during that...
  8. gwenythgreen

    Recod of leave, in 1950's

    I am trying to solve a puzzle and need to know the leave of a relative in 1956, approximately March April of that year, how frequently would his leave have been, he was stationed in Essex at that time. Thank you
  9. gwenythgreen

    1939 registration

    I am trying to sort out a few things connected with my family during the 1939 registration and wonder why a person connected with my father is described as an inmate of the Battle Hospital, Reading, I know her occupation was Domestic Servant and she gave birth to an illegitimate child in the...
  10. gwenythgreen

    Reserved Occupation?

    My father Herbert Thomas Bustin (1913- 1990) was working as a porter at Pinewood Hospital, Finchamstead, Wokingham according to the National Registration of 1939 I think he then left to work as an agricultural worker on a market garden in Sussex. He claimed he was excused from joining up or home...
  11. gwenythgreen

    Oxford Parish Records cica 1920

    Hi Looking for parish record for step uncle William H Bustin Mother Edith Cox Father Frederick James Bustin, need to clarify his birth date given in GRO as 1922 but his death date is given as 1921, Registration is Abingdon I know they lived in Wytham in about 1915 approx., Fred was a ag labourer...
  12. gwenythgreen

    Ancestry Hints ?

    Any one else have Ancestry hint on certain relatives then when you click the leaf the hint is not available, this is what I get on Sarah Chapman 1770 in Essex wife of John White Essex b1787 and Also Mary Mason b1806( Possibly Clare Suffolk or Essex wife of John White Thorogood b1811 Bardfield...
  13. gwenythgreen

    Oxford Boatman Records

    Hi, I have an Ancestor, Thomas Bustin Born 1819 Wolvercott who's occupation varies between Ag Labourer and Boatman according to baptism of his children, is there any records anywhere of which canal boat he would have worked on please? His mother Elizabeth (Nee Markham) was a coal merchant in...
  14. gwenythgreen

    GRO index in 1844

    Does anyone know if a child was baptised 1n 1844 in Woolvercot Oxford why there appears to be no entry in the GRO Index. Henry Bustin born 3 August 1844, I need to send for his birth certificate to confirm his mothers maiden name. Thanks.
  15. gwenythgreen

    Bustin of Wolvercote Oxfordshire.

    Hi, Having a problem with Chas/Charles Bustin born 1838 to Thos and Sophiah Bustin, cant find a birth record christening record or a census record for 1841, in 1852 they are living with Thos's mum Elizabeth, a coalmerchant in Wolvercot, Birthplace for Chas is given as Wolvercot, not sure of...
  16. gwenythgreen

    Address wanted in 1915 - 1918 approx

    I would like to know the address where my father Herbert Thomas Bustin 1913 - 1990 lived in Wytham Oxfordshire, I have a rough idea but would like to pinpoint the house. he was the son of a farm labourer, Wytham is owned I believe by The Oxford University so many houses are still standing, Thank...
  17. gwenythgreen

    War Graves Appeal for Relatives

    http://www.cwgc.org/news-events/news/2016/12/appeal-for-relatives-dec-2016-2.aspx Notsure if anyone has seen this ?
  18. gwenythgreen

    What is this, any idea please?

    My daughter lives in Trowbridge and having a walk around Trowbridge Cemetery they found this interesting monument there, any ideas what it could be, There are also three Mausoleums and a number of military graves there, the Cemetery dates from the mid 1800's
  19. gwenythgreen

    Knightwick, Worcestershire.

    Hi all, recently visited this village on our way from North Wales to Newbury and stayed at a really old pub, The Talbot which the owner said dates from the 14th Century, Just wonder if anyone knows anything about the building, I can only find info about the church which has moved several times...
  20. gwenythgreen

    Wrexham local history of WW1

    https://www.wrexham.gov.uk/assets/pdfs/heritage/over_by_christmas/wfww_newspaper.pdf Hi. Thought you may find this link interesting, On page 6 is a letter from a soldier to his wife in the village where I live and Beales cottage is opposite my home. Gwen