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red mail Davey family - Warmington
Still researching: William Davey m. Elizabeth (Bowler) trying to trace place/birth, marriage, death of both. Their children were: Thomas (b. Bletchley Bucks. farmer), Daniel (b.Warmington, Bank Manager). Edward (b. Warmington, farmer Alwalton married Caroline Jelley), George (b. Warmington, farmer, married Jane Alice Towndrow - my ancestors), William (b. Brackley), Frederick (b. Warmington, farmer) John (b. Brackley, farmer Elton), & Catherine.
red mail Charles Bird
Looking for the birthplace of Charles Bird born c1800. The 1841 census says he was born out of county and his father was William Watkin Bird according to his marriage to Mary Blisset Staines. His first marriage was to Martha Meadows in Warmington in 1821 and he died there in 1849.
red mail Charles Berridge
Last year I asked if anyone had any information about Charles Berridge born in 1825. I have found out since that he wasn't born in the rectory at Warmington, but Rectory farm. Is there anyone who can tell me more please, as his relatives are friends of mine who live in Australia, and they are trying to research their family tree. Thank you. Louise
red mail Davey of Warmington
Looking for any information on the birth and parents of Edward Davey (c. 1823-c. 1900), Frederick Davey (c. 1824-after 1901), and Catherine Davey (c. 1821-after 1851). All three born in Warmington. Frederick remained in Warmington through at least 1891. The 1851 census specifies "Bondgate Hill." The 1901 England census has him in Polebrook. In the 1851, 1861, and 1871 censuses he's listed as a farmer of 365(+/-) acres. In the 1871 census, place of birth is listed as "Warmington Lodge." Frederick married Mary (unknown surname) and was father of William, Arthur, Lucy, Mary, Ann, and Frederick. Edward and Catherine were living with Frederick at the 1851 England census. I can't find Catherine in subsequent censuses. I would appreciate any information as to marriage (if any) and death. Edward was married in 1853 to Caroline Jelley and moved to Alwalton, Huntingdonshire, where he lived in the "Manor House" and was a farmer of 200 acres. I've found him the 1861, 1871, and 1881 censuses (always in the Manor House, Alwalton), but I can't find him in the 1891 census. He died in 1900 in Peterborough. He fathered Arthur, Agnes, May, Mary, Edward, and Eliza.
Any information on a Sarah Smith who married my 5x Greatgrandad Thomas Dawson of Lutton in 1790 at Warmington.
red mail Beesley
Following my grandfather Harry Beesley born Birmingham 1911, his father William b Old Wolverton 1883, his father Shadrach b Middleton Cheney 1848 I have arrived at William b Warmington 1821 whose father was Thomas. I would be like any information regarding the above people.

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