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BOXALL (and variants) One Name Study World Wide


BOXALL (and variants) One Name Study World Wide

This group is dedicated to the research of the BOXALL name and the many variant spellings, these include BOXELL, BOXHALL, BOXWELL, BOXSHALL, BOXSWELL, BOXILL, BOXHILL, BOXOLD.

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Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2012

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USA 1930 Census

Started by Veronica Mensch Aug 18, 2009.


Started by Veronica Mensch Aug 5, 2009.

Australian BOXSELLs 2 Replies

Started by John Graham. Last reply by John Graham Jul 26, 2009.

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Comment by Susan Boxill Tatalovich on February 22, 2012 at 6:34pm

Hi, I am a Boxill with ties to Barbados and am just beginning to do research.

Can anyone provide information on how to proceed or if you have info on the Boxill line from the West Indies? Thanks Susan Boxill 

Comment by Claire Whyman on January 28, 2011 at 5:33pm

I discovered a Boxall on my family tree.  Her name was Hannah Boxall she married John Cole on the 06 November 1770 and lived with him in Witley Surrey where they had about 12 children (not all surviving). Ann Cole one of their daughters was my GGG Grandmother.

Is this Hannah Boxall in your study.

Thanks Claire

Comment by Veronica Mensch on January 25, 2010 at 6:50pm
Ian I think we've been in contact before. Can you remind me which family you are linked too. Maybe I can link you up with other's of your BOXALL line.
Comment by Ian Michael Clarke on January 25, 2010 at 5:42pm
Can anyone write to me if their Boxalls are from Lodsworth and surrounding area in Sussex?
Comment by Veronica Mensch on January 10, 2010 at 4:44pm
The Brickwall for the large BOXALL family in south Africa has now been knocked down. The family has been linked to a Brighton BOXALL family. If anyone would like further details let me know.
Comment by Lynette on September 15, 2009 at 5:03pm
I noticed on a Rootschat thread, that there is a Mary (aged 10) listed as a child of Richard and Philidephia in a 1841 census. In the same thread, Mary is living with this family aged 21yrs and thought to be their niece? I'm wondering if it's the same Mary and the ages are incorrect.
I am descendant from Thomas b1799, & Mary's 9th child Joseph b.1844 Nelson's Plains NSW. His son George Thomas b.1868 Kangaroo Mtn, NSW, his son George Thomas (I think born Green) b.circa 1910, his son Timothy George b.1934 in Lidcombe, NSW is my father.
Comment by Veronica Mensch on September 15, 2009 at 4:34pm
Sorry to say I have not found anything new on either of these three children. I haven't been able to replicate my search where I believed I had found one of the brothers under a weird spelling of the name. Every so often I have another go at searching for them. I do not have the burials for that area yet so cannot confirm that the two boys actually died.
Can you give me a quick run down of how you fit into the family. If you prefer you can contact me directly.
Comment by Lynette on September 15, 2009 at 1:40am
I am researching an Australian line of Boxsell's (Boxall, Boxhall) and found the information that you gave to John re: Mary Boxsell born 1821 , very helpful. Have you had any luck in locating Mary's 2 brothers William and Thomas and /or found evidence of Mary's marriage or death? Their parents, Thomas and Mary were married 5 Feb 1821 in Sussex and are my gtx3 grandparents.Any extra info you may have would be much appreciated.
Comment by WibblingJo on July 14, 2009 at 1:51am
Thank you - anything you can find out would be fab!
Comment by Veronica Mensch on July 13, 2009 at 10:42am
That helps a lot... I actually had picked the correct Caroline but had to be certain. I I have one more generation for you at this time as I haven't done too much work on this family. David Thomas William BOXALLs parents are David BOXALL bc 1800 Kent and Sarah TARLIN bc 1796 Middlesex they married 25 Dec 1820 at St Dunstan, Stepney. I will do some more research for you.

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