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

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Tuesday, 12 December 2017 06:14 AM GMT

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The First Aldermen on Northamptonshire County Council

 The Northampton Mercury of 2nd February 1889 reported on the first ever meeting of Northamptonshire County Council, when seventeen Aldermen were elected by the elected members. The paper reported on the qualities of each Alderman, it appears to have had a distinctly Liberal bias but the Council had a Conservative majority.. Samuel Dunkley, my Great Grandfather was a Liberal and the report on him was very favourable.

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The Court House, Great Creaton c1903

My Great Grandmother lived in the Court House. I have just found this watercolour picture of the Court House with covered Tennis Court. The covered Tennis Court is the black building to the left of the house.

A plan showing house is available here. A description of the Tennis Court can be seen here.

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George Mattingly of Inkpen - his Will - 24 Feb 1847

 George was my 5x G Uncle. More information can be seen here.

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Lawrence Hazell of Wantage - his Will - 5 February 1805

Lawrence was the brother of my 4xG Grandather, David. The property he mentions, in his will, is now the Vale and Downland Museum.

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William Hazell of Wantage - his Will - 3 June 1777

William Hazell of Wantage was my 5xG Grandfather. I am still reserching more on his life.

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David Hazell of Wantage - His Will - 4 March 1819

 David Hazell of Wantage was my 4xG Grandfather. More details of his life can be seen on his page.

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William Liddiard of Eastbury - His Will 26 May 1856

William Liddiard was my gg grandfather, He died 11th July 1861, aged 43.
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William Spackman of Eastbury - his Will 1898

William was my Great Grandfather. William made his will in April 1898 and it looks as though he didn't expect to live long. He lived on until May 1916 in asylums (hospitals) until May 1916.

More can be seen about William's Life here.

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Abraham Walter of Little Bowden - His Will 1740

 I believe this is the will of my 5XG Grandfather and the G Grandfather of Frances and Abraham, who emigrated to America

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Dorothy Walter of Rothwell her Will - 1820

This Will asks more questions than it answers. Why was Dorothy separated from her husband? What was the agreement on the £450? What happened to the £450 as it isn't mentioned in the letters from Frances Green to her brother Abraham Walter? More can be seen on Dorothy's life here.

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