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red mail Tomes
Thomas Tomes born 1775. Married Mary Stevens at Arrow in 1803. he was blacksmithing at Charlcote Park at time of his marriage. Moved to Wootton Wawen sometime after his first child William 1804 was born. Thomas died at Wootton in 1837 and at least four generations lived at this village. Where was Thomas born ? Any help apreciated. June.
Can anyone help with any information of the Mann Family from Wootton Wawen, Warwickshire. John Mann born 1845 married Catherine Lowe about 1865. He moved with his wife and family to Mallin St Smethwick. I think his parents could of been Thomas Mann & Mary Steane. He had siblings Lydia, William, Mary, Thomas, Sarah, James & George. I would ve very grateful for any information on any of the Mann family from this area, also Smethwick. Thanks
red mail Sumner/Burrell of Wootton Wawen
I am looking for relatives of Joseph Sumner who married Sara Burrell abt. 1764. They had 5 children.
red mail Sumner/Morgan of Wootton Wawen
My great great great great great great grandparents were William Sumner and Anne Morgan. I have a considerable amount of information on these families and would like contact with other with the same interests.
red mail Paper Mill & Wootton Pool
There is a very extensive rural industrial complex largely unrecognised consting of the paper mill (ex Atco motormowers), mill pool (now a house), the pair of weirs by the County bridge, 'top' weir, 'top' river (in fact an artificial mill leat), and Wootton Pool (in fact a huge mill pool formed by a dam in the Wootton Hall 'Wilderness'. This was a stupendous undertaking, yet I can find no documetation on the paper mill and who ran it whatsoever. Can anyone help?
red mail Wootton Hall - 'secret 'tunnel
Which runs southward from the cellar. I have seen the entrance but chickened out. Almost certainly a sewer leading to the Alne. Has anyone any more information, not contained in Cooper?
red mail Wootton Hall - priest's hole
Does anyone have any information? The Smythes were recuissant, and a curious passage in the thickness of a wall was pointed out to me as the remains of a priest's hole.
red mail History of Wootton Wawen
Any one interested in the history of WW and the owners of the Hall should read 'Wootton Wawen' by William Cooper, c 1935. He also wrote 'Henly In Arden'. They are pretty definitive.
Hutchings Thomas
Born 1806 Henley in Arden married Charlotte ? Loxley b.Henley in Arden 1808 6 children Thomas was a tailor Charlotte worked as a laundress.Daughter Emma married Jacob Franklin 23/1/1859 at Wootton Wawen 1881 census Franklins still living in Wootton Wawen they had 3 children Jacob was a general labourer Emma worked as a laundress
red mail Edgington
Joshua and Maria had a daughter Mariann.She was christened at W.W. 31st Dec. 1871. She is not on the 1881 census but I cannot find her death. There were also daughters, Emma, Fanny and Mary Ellen. Sons were Harry, Richard and my Grandfather Fred.Anyone got my family in their tree?
red mail Carington alias Smith of Wootton Wawen
My family oral history says we are connected with this village. Trying to find a Carington Smith or Smith who had a son called John Smith or John Carington Smith born in 1746-1748. Burkes peerage seems to indicate the Carington Smith line ended in 1635 but there were Smith Caringtons still alive in 1748? Does anyone have a genealogy study of this family anywhere? Thanks
red mail Wyldegoose Family
Does anyone know anything about the Wyldegoose family - Henry and Elizabeth with sons William c.1553 and Roger c.1561, both Christened in Wootton Wawen?
red mail Tomes/haynes
John TOMES born 15 May 1817 in Wootten Wawen. He died April 11, 1889 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He was married to Maria Haynes of Rowington.

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