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I am interested in any information on the Warmington's of Lower Brailes and surrounding areas from 1400's to present day. I have some information but not enough to make my family tree interesting. Any information gratefully received. Thank you, Sarah
WELLS, Thomas of Brailes
Am stuck on mother of Thomas WELLS, he was bapt on 29/9/1672, Brailes to a Thomas). He was married to a Margaret - who & when?? Can anyone help
HARRIS, Diana, of Brailes
Am stuck on DOB & parents of Diana Harris, She married Richard Sanford on 2/10/1728 in Brailes, after the birth of her illeg. daughter Mary (approx. 1728). Can anyone help
red mail Crook Family Brailes
I am trying to find details of the Crook family from the 1800's. Edward John Crook (known as Jack) was born in about 1879 and his brother Henry T Crook (known as Harry) was born in about 1878. They both married sisters in the Lyne family, who were daughters of Alfred Lyne. I am interested in information about any brothers or sisters they may have had and who their parents were.
red mail Pickering, Brailes
Searching for information on Jonathan Pickering born in Brailes in 1825, married Ursula? also born Brailes in 1828. They moved to Brill, Bucks where he was a baker, and they had at least 5 children
red mail CLAYDONS of Brailes
My great Grandfather Joseph was born in Brailes in 1844 and I am looking to traces the following relatives of my family born at Brailes Warwickshire. WILLIAM Edward Pickering Claydon b 1894? elder brother of Norah, Johnathan and Edwin. Known to have served in WW1 in the RAF and just after in Blackpool, Married Rose and thought to have lived in the Midlands Manchester area?. JESSIE Claydon b 1881? son of John the postmaster and ALWEN Stowe Claydon b 1904 married Doris Hunt of Shipston on Stour c1927 thought to have lived and traded in Nuneaton.

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