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red mail Crump/Harris of Cookley
I Would like to hear from anyone who has information or connections to George Crump and Margaret Harris of Cookley.They married at Wolverely in 1775 and had six children.George had previously been married to a Mary who had died in 1773. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Beard Family
Looking for any further information regarding the Beard family from Cookley who moved to Wolverhampton in the 1840's. They are John b 1799 Monmouthshire and his wife Elizabeth nee Knight b 1797 Newland, Gloucs. They had children Ann, Caroline, Mary, Harriet, Eliza, Henry, Ellen, William, Charles, Elizabeth & Hannah. Ann was my GGGrandmother and married a Charles Bowkett on 7.4.1854 at St Peters, Wolverhampton
red mail Cookley, Worcs
I am hoping to find info on my Great Grandmother Ellen E Wooley born in Cookley, around 1868, she had a son called Harry in around 1891 and later moved to Penn, Staffordshire where she married William Nicholls
Cookley in Worcestershire
I have some local records for Cookley taken from St Peters parish magazines 1877 through to 1886 and also 1891 through to 1903. Am happy to search my records for anyone interested, no charge for this, I just enjoy doing it. Dave (born in Cookley)
red mail Lythall
Am looking for information on Lythalls in Cookley, particularly Ann born 1848. Parents Herbert and Martha. Siblings named in 1861 census as Elizabeth, Joseph, Rebecca, Stephen and Susan.
red mail Etheridge family of Cookley.
I am looking for decendants of James Etheridge and Mary Ann Savage of Cookley, later Wolverley.

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