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Board Name: England Genealogy
Selina Cowee Berkshire, UK Jan 21, 2001
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I am researching the name COWEE, nad have so far, come across a brick wall when it comes to pre 1836.
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JOHN HENRY COWEE married JEMIMA ??????
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JOHN HENRY COWEE (14th Feb 1836)married CAROLINE FLACK, they had 9 Children :
HAROLD VICTOR
JOHN
GEORGE
HAROLD
LEONARD
DOUGLAS
RONALD
FRANCES
WINNIFRED (WINNIE)
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WINNIFRED married REGINALD BLACKLOCK
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FRANCIS never married
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RONALD married JUNE ????? and had 2 boys, (but no more was heard about them)
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DAVID LEONARD married THERESA ?????? nad had 2 children, KITTY THERESA 23rd Jan ?? and Leonard
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JOHN married ?????, and had 5 children : PETER, BARBARA, DAPHNE, JEAN & JOHN jr.
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GEORGE married and had 2 children : MALCOLM & GILLIAN
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HAROLD VICTOR married ANNIE SARAH AMY HOPE and had 4
Children :
ALAN REGINALD 2nd Sept 1935
VICTOR GEORGE 6th Sept 1934
JOYCE ANNE 13th Oct 1936
RITA LILLIAN 21st Mar 1938
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ALAN Married IRIS BULLUCK (31st Jan 1936 to 29th Dec 1999)and had 2 children,
JACQUELINE ANNE 5th Mar 1960 died 2nd Mar 1989,
GARY ALAN 21st Sept 1963.
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VICTOR GEORGE married FREDA nad had 1 son MELVYN.
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JOYCE ANNE married IRWIN HILL (deceased),then MAXWELL KEEN, had NO children.
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RITA LILLIAN married RONALD BURTON, had NO children.
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We do know of a Janet Cowee, who was burned at the stake for being a witch, but hear we hit a wall too. We have a coat of arms for Cowee, but were wondering if, as we have been led to believe, that the name was mispelled in the middle ages.
I would appreciate any help from anyone in the UK reagrding this unusual name, however small the contribution may be, it will be very welcome.
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