The Moxon Family Research Trust

The Moxon Society Books

Members of the Moxon Society have authored or collated a variety of books over the years.  We are now disposing of the remnants of the stock free of charge except for the necessary postage. If you would like a copy or copies, please email the Magazine Editor at editor@moxonresearch.org 
When the remaining stock has been disposed of it will still be possible to borrow copies by application to the Magazine Editor, but honestly, it would be cheaper to buy them from LULU: see below for availability).
The publications for disposal are:

A Truly Honest Man The Diary of Joseph Moxon of Market Bosworth 1798 and 1799. Edited by Peter Foss and Timothy Parry. Includes a 39-page Introduction, describing the life of the period in Market Bosworth. 164 pages, 25 illustrations.

The Moxons of Yorkshire  Compiled and edited by the late James (Jimmy) Moxon, and published in 1987. It covers some of the earliest known Yorkshire Moxons (c1450) and their descendants to the present day. 117 pages, 6 pedigree tables. But some parts of this book have now been found to be erroneous.

Charles Moxon – A Memoir A facsimile copy of a privately printed biography by Charles Frederick Moxon of his father Charles Moxon who, at one time, held the Royal Warrant as a decorator to Queen Victoria. Only two copies of the original are known to have survived and both are now preserved in the Moxon Society archives (currently held by Graham Jagger). One of these, after being rebound and restored, was donated to the Society by Rosie Turner, a granddaughter of Charles, and the other, of unknown provenance, was found in the archives of the late Jimmy Moxon.  Graham Jagger has researched the life of the Royal Decorator and his notes are included.  (Information updated January 2017 by Graham Jagger)

Rev. George Moxon 1602-1687: a biography by Jane MIcklethwaite. George Moxon was a Puritan priest who fled England for America because of his beliefs. When Oliver Cromwell came to power as Lord Protector Moxon returned to England only to be ejected from his Parish later.

still Available on www.lulu.com: prices on Lulu listing

The Moxon Magazine Index 1-50 An index of names and places mentioned in the first fifty issues of the Moxon Magazine. Compiled by Chris Moxon and Trevor Jordan. 247 pages: This is now superseded by the updated index on this website, but for those who prefer to have a book in their hands to chasing a cursor around a computer screen, this is still available.

Elizabeth Moxon’s English Housewifry Elizabeth Moxon published her English Housewifry more than a century before Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management and ran to fourteen editions. This facsimile of the first edition of 1741 includes an introduction and an assessment by Don Moxon and is published on behalf of the Moxon Society.

SAMUEL AND LYDIA MOXON of Ferry Fryston and their descendants By Don Moxon et al.
The history of a Yorkshire family from 1728 to the present day, compiled by The Moxon Family Research Trust. The Moxon Family Research Trust is a Registered Charity No. 328333, set up for the furtherance of knowledge concerning the World Wide Family of Moxons, and their name variants. The Trust funds approved research tasks and the publication of books and booklets concerning Moxons. It is funded by donations from individuals and The Moxon Society. The Moxon Society is a “One Name” Family History Society, open to all who have an interest in the name, or its many variants. The Society publishes The Moxon Magazine every April and October and has an annual Gathering, usually early in September each year, at venues around the country. Authors Don Moxon, John E Moxon and John and Anne Davies.

MOXONS AND BROWNES – AN ACCOUNT OF CHARLES ST DENYS MOXON AND HIS FAMILY  By Bob Moxon Browne
“The Moxons and the Brownes – an account of Charles St Denys Moxon and his family” is a vivid account of two families – the Moxons and the Brownes – who combined an entrepreneurial spirit with artistic and scientific prowess. Four marriages took place between members of these two families between 1787 and 1840, and their offspring, in the following hundred years produced a geologist, several bankers, explorers, soldiers, churchmen, botanists, philanthropists and the artist who illustrated Charles Dickens’s early works. The author of this book, Bob Moxon Browne, QC, is a descendant of these two families. He is a leading lawyer in Great Britain but in his spare time, Bob has been fascinated by family history and has researched his 19th-century forebears in depth. This book is enhanced with almost seventy illustrations by, and of, members of these families.