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red mail CLARK's of Coughton
My husbands ancestor is Maria Clark born 1830 in Coughton. She married a John Neville in Coughton in June 1851, and was widdowed in 1858. (Children born to the couple were Ellen, George and John). She then remarried to William Freeman in 1861. Im unable to find Maria or John on the 1851 census which was taken just 3 months before their marriage; Im presuming they must have been living close to each other then. Its unknown where John Neville was from as I cant find him on any census. Is anyone related to Maria?
red mail Sumner/Morrall from Coughton area
I have a copy of births for the four Sumner children born in Toronto. Also info on Morrall line.
red mail Sumner
Info required Sumner, Coughton. Charles Seymour Sumner born Toronto. Also related to Morrall.
Looking for info on an Ann Morgan who married William Sumner of Wootton Wawen, 1757. Also another Ann Morgan, who married John Weetman,of Baddesley Clinton, 1800, in Cannock. Mary Weetman who married Charles Morgan,estate manager at Coughton Court, 1823. And Ann Weetman who married Edward Morgan also of Coughton.1817
red mail PARKES
Need information on family/descendents of Bernard PARKES who was a baker and sub post master in Coughton. He was born Boreham, Essex about 1849. He married Mary Ann Ward about 1875. The family resided at the Post Office.
HORTON/SHERMAN marriage at Coughton
My Great Grand mother, Mary-Ellen (a.k.a. Helena) Horton was born at Bunkers Hill in December 1854. My family history suggests she was Governess to the Throckmorton children, probably around the 1870's. She married Walter Woods Sherman at Coughton Court October 5th, 1878. Her father was probably Thomas Horton, and her mother Elizabeth (nee Bennett). I'd love to hear from anyone who has connections with those families at that time.
red mail Abel George b. c.1861
Further to the information given previously I can add that he was married to Margaret Dinan/Dynan in Bantry 13.03.l889. He was a Private in the RMLI according to the 1891 Stonehouse census. I still needhelp to find his birth date and ancestors. Is anyone researching Abel from Coughton, Warks. where it is beleived he was borne. Probably R.C.
Molesworths In Coughton
Courton Court has been the home of the THROCKMORTONĂ•s ? leading Catholic family since the mid-15th century ? and still is. As a result it became a centre for the Catholic minority. In 1704, the miller, Nathaniel MOLESWORTH, died. I have no recordof his origin. It may have been Cornwall or Ireland. Later John Molesworth, the miller and presumably his son, was fined £6 as a recusant. His son, Humphrey, inherited the mill. But by the next generation the family must have become Protestant because another son, John jnr., was the Parish Clerk. He and his descendants were mainly cordwainers. The family were still living in the village when my great-grandfather, William, died in1872. Other families with whom the MolesworthĂ•s inter-marriedinclude LEWIS, WEBB, MORRIS, SMITH, LADBURY, BARLEY, CORNWALL, CHAMBERS, WIGGETT, HARBRIDGE, HOLMES, LAYTON, WARING, ASENDER, GREAVES, ARROWSMITH and STANLEY. I would like to share information with anyone researching any of these families.

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