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Old 12th September 2017, 04:32   #11
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Re: Thomas Ives. 1783. Great Missenden, Bucks.

The 2 things in this thread that trouble me are the 1826 deaths and the 1843 marriage..

The deaths especially. Lacey Green was created from Princes Risborough in 1821, so by 1826 it should be a separate parish in charge of its own affairs.

Indeed the NBI has them as separate parishes, burial entries for Princes Risborough, St Mary = 1813-1844, supplied and checked by BFHS.

Lacey Green, St John the Evangelist = 1825-1851, supplied but not checked by BFHS.

It may be worth checking with BFHS, there may have been 2x Mary Ives deaths around the same time.

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Re: Thomas Ives. 1783. Great Missenden, Bucks.

Yes, BucksFHS has checked for me again, plus an 'inhouse' researcher at the CBS. The info supplied for Mary Ives(nee.Kitson) is as written in the PR originals.
I also have a 22 page list of burials in Buckinghamshire. I am under no illusion that some maybe missed or lost. But when a case is that obvious, my first port of call is the CBS researcher. (Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies). He's never let me down before, whether positive or negative.

Lacey Green, 'stood alone' as a church in it's own right in 1825, if I remember rightly. There are many instances, where those born in Lacey Green, still went back to the 'mother church' of St Mary's, in Princes Risborough, for many years after.
This 'old school allegiance' to Princes Risborough slowly decreased in the years that followed. Even the dedicated footpath(which was painstakingly preserved through the building of new housing estates), from Lacey Green/Loosely Row 'saw less foot traffic'. It was also used for the Baptist congregation of Lacey Green, to the Baptist Church in Bell Street in Princes Risborough.

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Yes, Mary Ann Angus Ives(1825. Great Missenden) married Thomas Plummer, but only from FamilySearch transcriptions etc. which are now sadly lacking.
From what I can see, is she is from either, Buckinghamshire, or Great Rissington, Buckinghamshire.

As for Thomas Ives, 'the brother of Mill Road'......I have no idea. Which would possibly been born somewhere in London, as there is no baptism in Great Missenden for him, nor Eton Parish. But not knowing about Thomas Ives jnr., I am not surprised I haven't recorded him.

Peter Angus Ives, re-married to a Elizabeth Clark(nee.Marlow), 19 Nov 1871 • Kensington and Chelsea, after the demise of Elizabeth (nee.Lovelock), in 1868 Chelsea.

One day I'll get my subs back in order.


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Re: Thomas Ives. 1783. Great Missenden, Bucks.

From what I can find about the Harry Ives who left his estate to his brother Thomas of Mill Road, they were both the sons of William and Martha Ann Ives (nee Polton/Poulton born Stoke Mandeville) who married Dec 1841 i Wycombe 6 753. Harry gives Gt Hampden as pob in the Censuses and Thomas gives Stoke Mandeville.


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From what I can find about the Harry Ives who left his estate to his brother Thomas of Mill Road, they were both the sons of William and Martha Ann Ives (nee Polton/Poulton born Stoke Mandeville) who married Dec 1841 i Wycombe 6 753. Harry gives Gt Hampden as pob in the Censuses and Thomas gives Stoke Mandeville.


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