Is there a project that covers these pre-1700 people? Bradwell, Fox, Derbsyhire

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I want to help contribute to the deep genealogy on our shared tree.

1.) Geographical region and time period:   Hope parish, Derbyshire

2.) Some example names and dates:   Bradwell and Fox

3.) Source(s) for my information on them:  familysearch.org, ancestry.com, http://www.nwdbysources.uk/hope_pr.html, also an ancestry user tree Bradwell Descendants of Bradwell, Derbyshire can't say I trust all the assumptions made there but it's pretty good at having picked up every last Bradwell

Slightly different indexing at all of them, frustratingly not all images are available at ancestry.com Parish registers go back to 1599 so keen to see how far back I can reliably go. Some of these Bradwells even left wills which may help resolve relationships.

Feeling a bit stalled on this Hugh Bradwell I have to say.

I've had a look on the England project page and it appears this only falls generaly under the England Project, there are no sub-projects it appears to fall under. But let me know if it does!!

WikiTree profile: Hugh Bradwell
in The Tree House by Mark Dorney G2G6 Mach 3 (31.6k points)
retagged by Abby Glann

5 Answers

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Hugh,Hugo, Hugonis, Bradwell, Bradwall, quite a lot of chasing to do. This is from familysearch.org

Hugonis Bradwall

mentioned in the record of Johannes Bradwall
Name: Hugonis Bradwall
Sex: Male
Wife: Gracie Bradwall
Son: Johannes Bradwall

Other information in the record of Johannes Bradwall

from England Births and Christenings

Name: Johannes Bradwall
Residence Place: Hope, Derbyshire, England
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 08 Jan 1720
Christening Date (Original): 8 Jan 1720
Christening Place: Hope, Derbyshire, England
Birthplace: New Wall nooke
Father's Name: Hugonis Bradwall
Mother's Name: Gracie Bradwall

by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.0m points)
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If you are chasing Bradwells, maybe you would like to start up a Bradwell Name Study.  Here is the One Name Studies Project page for you to have a read:

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:One_Name_Studies
by Ros Haywood G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
The thought of a Bradwell one name study fills me with dread! There are SO many of them.

Just looking at entering ancestors, their children and grandchildren and moving on.

When I've completed that mission I might get around to a Dorney one name study one day.
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Hi Mark, the England project is probably the most relevant project for the Bradwell and Fox research. As you don't belong to any pre-1700 project yet, the England Project might be a good one to join. It would be great to have you involved.
by Gillian Thomas G2G6 Pilot (143k points)
How do I actually join and what is involved if I'm a member of the project over and above what I'm already down doing?
Hi Mark, thanks for a great question!  To join the England Project, answer this G2G question: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/672526/come-join-the-england-project

In terms of involvement, when you join the England Project, you start out on our Orphan Trail. It's a great way to get an overview of the sources relevant to England and brush up on other WikiTree relevant skills re sourcing and biographies. After that, you would join at least one of the England Project teams of your choice. It could be a county team, or one of the profile improvement teams, for instance. So after the Orphan Trail, you could just potentially add an England focus to some of your current activities, rather than necessarily do work over and above what you already do. However if you want to expand into new areas of WikiTree, there are lots of opportunities!

Gillian
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at the moment am looking at Mary Fox , wife of John Bradwell , and her ancestors , The Fox family lived in Fulwood (Fullwood) Hall which dated originally from the 15th Century, but was almost totally rebuilt in 1650 by Ulysses Fox and his son William Fox , It has a date stone of 1620. The Fox family lived at the Hall until 1707, when George Fox, grandson of Ulysses Fox , squandered the estate and the Hall was mortgaged to Nicholas Sylvester of Chapelton , who sold it to a John Fox, no relative of the Fox family
by Steve Fell G2G1 (1.0k points)
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Mark , my records for Hugh Bradwell(Bradwall) is that he was born or baptised in Longstone , circa 1687/88 and he married Grace Alice Bagshaw  or Gracie , daughter of Abraham and Sarah Bagshaw  

Have not got confirmation of these facts
by Steve Fell G2G1 (1.0k points)

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