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Posted Apr 2007 by a free member
Walcot, Somerset

Cox Family - Walcot, Bath
James Cox (c1781-1852) and Martha Perry (c1782-1857) were born in Weston (which one?) and were probably married there about 1803. Martha was the daughter of Richard Perry and Elizabeth (unknown).

James and Martha moved to Bath where they lived from about 1805 to 1820. They had nine children baptized there at St. Swithin's, Walcot: Joseph (1806), James (1806), another Joseph (1807), Eliza (1810), Martha (1810), Anne (1813), Edward (1813), Frederick (1819), and Richard Perry (1819).

James and Martha then moved to Bristol where two more children were baptized in St. Stephen's: Ellen (1823) and Robert (c1825). Ellen married Edward Maish, had a number of children and grandchildren and may well have descendants in the Bristol area.

I would like to get in touch with anyone who may have information about this family.



 
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