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Coggins family
I am looking for any info on the Coggins family from Warmington My gr gr grandmother Edith Sharman from Shotteswell married Edward Coggins from Tyso and resided there in the 1800s.
red mail Peter Kay
I am looking for Peter (b.1821) and Celia Kay who had twin girls, Elizabeth and Selina Agnes as well as a son, John who was born in Ireland. The family then moved to South Africa where Peter was a military storeman. He died in 1877 in Fort Beaufort.
red mail Marriage Date
Searching for the marriage details of William Austin, a maltster from Tadmarton. Oxon. He married Sarah Whittlesey (b 1727, d 1815)
red mail John Austin
I am looking for relatives of John Austin who was born in Tysoe in 1560. I have no info on his wife but they had a son William who was born in 1580 and believe they may have connections with Warmington.
red mail Edward Bloxham
very little known about him , He was supposedly born Warmington, Warwickshire 1833. I cannot with any degree of certainty find his mother/ Father etc , Can anyone help with this big stumbling block ?????
red mail Mold
Charles Mold Was the blacksmith in Warmington from around mid 1830's for many years. Married to Anne Poutney? There known children were Charles, John Frederick. Harriet, and Susanna.John Frederick moved to Nether Whitacre. Harriet married William Wyatt on 2nd June 1859 in Warmington parish church. Iwould like to hear from any descendants.
red mail Huggins, Wady Bradford, Hemmings
My Huggins family have lived in Warmington, Warwickshire since before parish records began.

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