Of the Green Family from Harpole, Northamptonshire their Ancestors and Relatives

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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 10:17 PM GMT

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Orders and Bylaws for the Manor of Nobottle Grove 1739

The Mannor of Nobottle Grove appears to have covered the whole of the Parish of Great Brington, which includes Great Brington, Little Brington and Nobottle. William Dunckley is one of the Jurors.

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Rental of Farm - William Dunkley Little Brington 1743 - 1805

 In 1743 an Act of Parliament was passed to enable the Inclosure of the open fields in Brington. William Dunkley rented a farm on a three year term from John Spencer. William had been renting one and three quarter yard lands in the Open fields of Brington, his rent in 1733/4, 1742/3 and 1743/4 was £14 a year.  I am going to try and trace this tenancy forwards to see if his son William takes over the tenancy and backwards to see if his father John had the equivelant land before inclosure.

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Dunkley Marriages in Brington 1566 to 1795

 This is all the marriages I can find in Brington Parish Registers 1566 to 1795. The names are followed by a number preceded by an I, which is their individual identifier,  if they appear in my family tree. The months are 1=January, 12 = December. If you have any queries contact me by clicking on my name above or add a comment below.

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Dunkley Baptisms in Brington 1686 to 1777

 This is all the baptisms I can find in Brington Parish Registers 1686 to 1777. The names are followed by a number preceded by an I, which is their individual identifier,  if they appear in my family tree. The months are 1=January, 12 = December. If you have any queries contact me by clicking on my name above, or add a comment below.

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Dunkley Baptisms in Brington 1576 to 1685

This is all the baptisms I can find in Brington Parish Registers 1576 to 1685. The names are followed by a number preceded by an I, which is their individual identifier,  if they appear in my family tree. The months are 1=January, 12 = December. If you have any queries contact me by clicking on my name above.

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Phyllis by Her Cousin Joan Huber (nee Lawrie)

Some very interesting observations on Phyllis's early life in Argentina.

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The Will of John Dunkley late of Rothersthorpe Decd Proved 25th July 1721

Another Dunkley who's not in my tree at present.

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The Will of John Dunkley late of Little Brington Labourer Decd Proved 19th May 1688

John doesn't appear to have had a wife or child living when he made his will. He must have had at least one child, who married Richard Maning.

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My Memoirs by Kenneth Major Spackman

Compiled by E. C. Staniforth and published here with his permission.

These Memoirs mainly cover Ken's early life at Pigeon House Farm, Eastbury, Berkshire.

I haven't got good copies of some of the photographs, these will be added as and when I can find good copies.

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Letter Ilma to Daughter Phyllis

22 The College

Froxfield
Sep 6th 71
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