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Offline Mansl

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Re: Underhill's of Warwickshire
« Reply #18 on: Friday 15 September 17 13:36 BST (UK) »
I spent most of my life in Bishops Tachbrook. In the sixties I used to play domioes with Albert Underhill he would have been in his eighties. He had a son called Ken who lived in the village with his wife and children.

I also have the Underhills from Tachbrook in my tree. The earliest I have is Thomas born 1825 married Sarah Gilks 25/3/1847 at Southam. His parents were John and Sarah he died in 1871 at Bridge End, Warwick.

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Warwickshire-       Page, Green, Cluff, Horley, Mansell
Gloucestershire-   Mansell, Haines..
Worcestershire-    Haynes, Simms.
Oxfordshire-         Green.
Leicestershire-      Kirby.
North Shields-      Middlemiss, Haines, Faircloth

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Re: Underhill's of Warwickshire
« Reply #19 on: Wednesday 13 June 18 21:57 BST (UK) »
I come from a line of Underhills.

Clementia Underhill (1675-1760) was my 8th great grandmother. She married William Coldicott in 1703. She was the daughter of George Underhill and Hannah Huckvale.

My 3rd great grandmother was a Coldicott and she married a Gough, which is my nan's maiden name.
Dunn/Gough
Dunn/Taylor
Dunn/Brooks
Brooks/Pardoe
Pardoe/Wooldridge
Gough/Perry
Perry/Maynard

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