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John Garner MP (1578 - 1628)

John Garner, born 1578 in Solihul, Warwickshire, England had three sons -Thomas, John, and Richard. They had each inherited a 1/3 interest in the Lion Inn,a carriage inn at Shrewbury, from their mother...

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John Ludford (1661 - d.)

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John Griswold MP (1220 - d.)

John Greswold Birth: 1220 - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England Father: UNKNOWN Greswold Wife: Isabella of Warwick Child: John Greswold

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John Woodward MP (c.1290 - d.)

John Woodward Birth: 1290 - Solihull, Warwickshire, England Wife: Petronilla Clinton Son: John Woodward Notes St Alphege Church Tour By 1200 Solihull was fully established and William d...

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Thomas de Clinton, of Baddlesley Clinton (c.1259 - d.)

Baddesley Clinton (grid reference SP199714), is a moated manor house, located just north of the historic town of Warwick in the English county of Warwickshire; the house was probably established someti...

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Henry de Edgbaston MP (b. - 1291)

In the early 1270s, on the site of the present church, Henry de Edgbaston built a small chapel dedicated to St Bartholomew adjacent to his manor house. The chapel is mentioned as part of a legal disput...

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John de Middlemore, of Studley & Solihull MP (b. - c.1340)

JOHN de MIDDLEMORE (2), of Studley & Solihull, Co Staffs., England., He was named in the Subsidy Roll for Studley & Sollihull, 1327. Mentioned in various legal transactions, 1332 to 1343. He was lawyer...

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Isaac Dugmore, SV/PROG (1783 - 1857)

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Henry Brain (1849 - d.)

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William Brain (c.1817 - c.1855)

Ann Brain in the 1861 census was recorded as a widow so William Brain died before 1861 but after 1851 Probable Free BMD Entry- Deaths Sep 1855 (>99%) ---------------------------------------------...

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Thomas Pargitor (1796 - d.)

1841 census shows a Richard Pargitor also born in Tysoe circa 1801 who could be a younger brother of Thomas Wife Ann 35 Mary 12 Hannah 9 Mark 6 Harriett 4 Thomas 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I...

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William Eden (c.1800 - d.)

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