CHARINGWORTH & EBRINGTON - Links
St. Eadburgha's Church, Ebrington.
A thatched home in Ebrington
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Above: St. Eadburgha's Church, Ebrington.
And the Coat of Arms of William Keyt, the 2nd Baronet, and Elizabeth Coventry, his wife, in a small window at the side of the nave of St. Eadburgha's Church.
To the right: Keyt memorial which is erected at the side of the alter in St.Eadburgha's Church. The inscription of the marble slab says:-
To the Eternal memory of William Keyt Esquire, who is laid beneath this Monument Stone; Until at the bidding of our Lord, the Loud Clangour of the Last Trumpet, shall call him forth, to Exchange the Corruptible for the Incorruptible as is his just reward. He was Sheriff of the County of Worcester, and his Family has Dwelt in this Place for about 300 years. By his First Wife, Eglantine (nee Riley) He had two Sons; John and William: and two daughters; Ann & Elizabeth He gave to the poor of Ebrington the Milk of Ten Good Milche Kine, to be distributed from the tenth day of May, to the First of November, in Perpituity, which gift is not to be altered or Diminished. He met his fate of all that is Mortal, with a Good Composure, upon the Ides of October, in the 1632 year after Incarnation, in the 78th year of His Age. His Son John, in Filial Piety, has Erected this Memory.
("His son John", who had this memorial erected, became the first Keyt Baronet in 1660, and as can be seen, the memorial shows his original coat-of-arms).
Bottom Right: The Keyt memorial at the side of the nave in St. Eadburgha's. The inscription is in Latin and I don't have an actual translation I'm afraid. The memorial is dedicated to Sir John Keyt, the 1st Baronet, and his wife Margaret Taylor, and it is their busts that can be seen on top of the memorial. The inscription mentions their sons John, Thomas, and Francis, and their daughters Elizabeth and Margaret. There is no mention of their first son William who became the 2nd Baronet, maybe because it was him who had the memorial erected!
Courtesy Roger Keight
|Links to people researching families in CHARINGWORTH & EBRINGTON and surrounds
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IIf you have ANY interests in SURNAMES in this Parish PLEASE contact me, so that you will be added to this list
SURNAMES LISTED BELOW:
ALCOCK, ARIS, BADHAM, BALLARD, BAYLIS, BAYLISS, BEAVINGTON, BOOKER, BRAIN, CHAMBERLAIN, CHAMBERLIN, CLARKE, COLDICOTT, COLLICOTTS, COTTERILL, COX, CROSSLEY, DEE, DIDE, DYDE, EMMS, FRANKLIN, GREEN, HEATH, HIGGINS, HOBBINS, HOWS, HULL, HULLS, JARVIS, KEYT, KEYTE, KIRBY, KITE, KYTE, LANCHBURY, MACE, (M)NASON, NEAL, NEALE, NEWENT, NEWET, NEWITT, OAKLEY, OSBALDESTON, OSBERSTON, OSBURSON, PARNEL, PARNELL, PARSONS, PHIPPS, PRESTIDGE, PROCTOR, PURSER, REEVES, RICHARDSON, ROBBINS, ROBERTS, SIMMONDS, SIMMONS, SMITH, SOUTHAM, STEEL, WATTS, WILKINS, YATEMAN, YATMAN, YEATMAN,
|Robert O'Connor, researching the SOUTHAM Family 1700-1900, Ebrington.
20a Idris Road, Fendalton, Christchurch, NZ roconnor @es.co.nz
Tracy Hill, researching the ALCOCK Family. I am trying to find out where my great great granfather came from I beleave he was christenend in Ebrington on the 17 of may 1798 his name was John ALCOCK, but I am unsure if this correct as I think he was born at longborough. Pam @psapsed.fsnet.co.uk
Arthur Edward Rance Keyte, Robin Nigel Keyte, Timothy Murray Keyte, I am researching the Ebrington KEYTE link with Paddington, London pre 1860. We believe that James Keyte was born around Ebrington and moved to London c 1850. Many thanks
Pauline Kay, Researching the SMITH family, 1800+, Ebrington.
Mike Nason, I have a current interest in a John MNASON, who was described in October 1762 as an 'Inhabitant legally settled in Ebrington.' This comes from a
settlement certificate in the Cherrington, Warwickshire, Poor Law record, where John and his wife Elizabeth were then living. I am interested in any and all NASON, MNASON, (and MASON data where found in a NASON/MNASON context) and will be very pleased to share info on any/all NASON events wherever in the U.K. they may have occurred.
Rod Kite, I haven't determined for certain but I believe I am descended from the Ebrington KEYTE / KYTE / KITE ancestors. John KITE came to Virginia in 1656, and I have documented proof that my 5th GGF, Edmund Kite migrated from Virginia to South Carolina in 1736. I believe Edmund Kite to be descended from John KITE. My GGGF Haywood Kite migrated from SC to Alabama in 1830, with census, deeds & other documents verifying the family since 1790. I am still gathering facts to prove my beliefs. I welcome any email concerning my research.
May Lanchbury, Researching the LANCHBURY family all dates, Ebrington.
5 Kildare Place, Beldon 6027, W.Australia
ListMum for LANCHBURY-L@rootsweb.com
Mrs S A Hansen, Researching the PHIPPS, MACE, COX and STEEL families, Ebrington
John Keatings, I am researching ancestors belonging to the BAYLIS / BAYLISS and BOOKER families of Ebrington. My great great grandparents were William J BAYLISS and Eliza BOOKER, who married in Ebrington in 1855, and later moved to Ilmington. I am trying to trace these two prior to their marriage.
Mrs Kathleen Kondakor-Smith Researching the GREEN, PARNELL & YATEMAN / YATMAN / YEATMAN families, Ebrington
Margaret Davies, researching the RICHARDSON Family of Charingworth.
|David Howell, Researching the FRANKLIN and CLARKE families, Ebrington.
15 Strafford Gate, Potters Bar, Herts, EN6 1PW, England
Nick Booker, Researching the BOOKER family. Frederick born 1836, married in London 1863, died London 1915 son of Joseph who married Sarah ? in Gloucester, she died 1840 and J then married Elizabeth CALDICOTT. I'm interested in establishing where Frederick was born (not apparently in Ebrington) and also Joseph (Horley Oxon according to the census) and tracing back.. nick @bookerhopkins.co.uk
19 Yew Tree Avenue Lichfield WS14 9UA
Francesco Puntrello, Researching the NEWET/NEWITT families, Ebrington.
Woodlea, Oakway, St.Johns,Woking, Surrey or
Sandra Mason, I am researching the SMITH family, Ebrington
391 Old Birmingham Rd. Lickey, Birmingham B45 8EU.
Gerald Southam, researching the SOUTHAM family tree. I can trace them back to Banbury in 1564 but would like to fill in a few holes and also verify the information that I have collected. The family spread out to Alderminster, Batsford, Blockley, Chipping Campden, Ebrington, Honington, Ilmington,
Moreton-in-Marsh and Quinton.
Colin Jarvis, researching ann CHAMBERLAIN / CHAMBERLIN and JARVIS.
Melissa White. I live in New Zealand and I am researching my gr gr great grandfathers line. Edward DYDE / DIDE bap 1767 Pebworth, parents were Thomas DIDE and Grace KIRBY Thomas' parents were Barnes DIDE b1700 and Mary WILKINS Edward married Sarah EMMS Bap 1771 Pebworth, parents were John EMMS and Mary OAKLEY. Mary's parents were Edward and Elizabeth. Sarah and Edward had a son Edward c1794 who was transported to Australia. (For stealing a sheep) Edward b c1794 was first married to a Elizabeth REEVES and had three children Charles, Charles and Grace. Grace married William ROBBINS. Elizabeth's parents were William REEVES and Grace HEATH.
Most of my people appear to be situated around Pebworth, Quinton, Broad Marston, Ebrington.
Trevor Parsons, researching PRESTIDGE of Ebrington and surrounding area. Also OSBALDESTON, OSBERSTON, OSBURSON and variants of Blockley, Quinton and surrounding area. Giles PARSONS born about 1680 - 1700.
Roger Keight, researching KEYT(E) / KYTE / KITE families of Ebrington, Chipping Campden, Blockley and Broadwell, pre 1750".
Janice Brain. I am researching the BRAIN family that lived in the areas of Mickleton, Moreton-on-the-Marsh and Ebgrington. Decendants of the Robert BRAIN (1772-1849) and Sarah YATES (1775-1849). Please contact me at nobrainer @shaw.ca
|Sue Rowbotham, Researching the DEE (pre 1900) and CROSSLEY (all dates) families, Ebrington.
222 Gloucester Road, Cheltenham GL51 8NR, England
Mrs Sheila Johnson, Researching the NEWET and SOUTHAM families 18th c, Ebrington.
17 Brooklands Lane, Menston, Ilkley, West Yorks LS29 6PL England.
Rosemary Knutsen, Researching the KEYT family 18-19c, Ebrington
S-lve Solfengsvei 4 B, 2600, Lillehammer, Norway
Allan Norris, Researching the SHARPE family all dates, Ebrington.
149 Irving Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 1Z6, Canada
Adrian John Ballard of Bristol, UK
Ballard Family History Queries
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Gary W Watson, looking for information on the PURSER family and family of Richard and Ann PROCTOR who married about 1679 in the Ebrington area. They had children: Richard, William, John, Thomas, Francis, Samuel, Francis, Henry, and Alice.
1155 Ash #602, Denver, CO 80220
June Johnson, researching the BADHAM & BOOKER families 1800+, Ebrington.
28 Cherry Tree Close, Brinsley, Notts NG16 5BA, England
Jeff Lane, my Gt Gt Grandmother was Dinah GREEN born in Ebrington in 1855. I have links with many of the families associated with Ebrington including ROBERTS, HOBBINS, SMITH, KEYT and BEAVINGTON.
234 Mount Pleasant, Southcrest, Redditch, Worcs. B97 4JL England
Graham Long, researching my direct line moved out in 1920 after about 100 years in the village OF Quinton I am interested in any NEAL (or NEALE as one line became from about 1820.) Also WATTS who came in from Halford. HIGGINS from about 1800 onwards. SIMMONDS (or SIMMONS) who arrived about 1850 and a maternal cousin still lives there. SIMMONDS came from Oxhill, and am interested in any from about 1850. Prior to that from Alcester in Warwickshire from 1780. NEAL decended from Richard b1758 and Elizabeth. I believe he came from Bretforton family there about 1760, interested to know of any Bretforton NEAL's. I believe they came from Chipping Campden about 1710 to 1740 Interested in any descendents from there. I believe they connect back to Ebrington so am interested in any from there from 1625 or earlier. Any NEAL in that area that may tie in. WATTS family from Halford area 1760 onwards also HIGGINS from Halford.
Cholsey, Oxfordshire, England