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red mail Cowley, Smith
Charles Cowley died Dec 1852 Warwick aged 87 (b. 1765) His son, also Charles, born c. 1790 in Willoughby Warwickshire. Daughter Mary married William Ringrose, Naseby 1832. Daughter Catherine married David Smith, in Manchester in 1839. Their son Richard Cowley Smith was born 1840, Pendleton, Lancs, and married Ruth Astle in 1865. His sister, Sarah Selina Smith, was born 1846, Northampton, Would like to know which of the six Sarah Selina Smith marriages was hers!
red mail Bromwick/Marlow/Ash
Mary Ash nee Bromwick, my GGGM by her second marriage in 1803 to James Ash (1st marriage to Richard Marlow), died in Willoughby in 1851 at the age of 82. The 1841 census records she was born in Willoughby, so she may be a daughter of one of James Bromwich's two older brothers Richard or John. I have details of this family and the grandparents, including confirmation of the parents and brother's death in 1856, but haven't been able to confirm their relationship to my Mary. Also looking for any relationship between Prudence Ash (d. 1751) Henry Ash (d. 1736) and my GGGF James Ash (b. abt 1748).
red mail CALLAWAY or CALLOWAY 1840s
I am looking for any information or connection with Joseph CALLAWAY (or CALLOWAY), b. 29 June 1807 in Weedon Bec, Northamptonshire; d. 5 Oct. 1891 in Manitoba, Canada. He married Elizabeth PITTAM 24 Mar. 1831 at Blakesley, Northamptonshire; they had 2 children: Joseph Pittam (b. Nov. 1826 in Blakesley), and Joshua (b. 16 June 1834 in Weedon Bec). I find the family in the 1841 census, farming in Willoughby Fields, Warwickshire. In November 1843, they emigrated to Canada on the ship Queen of the West out of Liverpool. I would be interested in exchanging information with anyone who is researching this family.
red mail Roddis family
my g.g. grandfather was born here. his family lived at laburnum cottage rugby warwick. there were 4 children 2 daughters 2 sons. his wife was catherine he was a labourer on the line. ive been trying t find where the children went and if they had children and who they married.
I have details of a James Brumage being hanged in 1766. In his confession he states that he was born in Willoughby with his brothers and sisters. His father was a publican and in 1755 his mother, father and brother all died within 15 days of each other. The family were then transferred into the care of the butcher a Mr Bonnington. Does anyone have parish details of this area or of this name?
red mail Hancock
Researching the HANCOCK family of Willoughby. Earliest record George Hancock b1796 Willoughby Spouse: Elizabeth Capp b1796 Willoughby. George's Parents were. George Hancock b1774 Everdon.Northants. Elizabeth Malin b1767 Dunchurch Interested in any information on this family line. I have records from 1774 up to the present day. If you can't help me. Maybe I can help you. Brian

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