2 edition of Cockayne Memoranda. found in the catalog.
Andreas Edward Cockayne
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Cockayne memoranda. To which is added a pedigree compiled by G.E. Adams. Also a history of Cockayne-Hatley churchAuthor: Andreas Edward Cokayne. COCKAYNE OF ASHBOURNE AND POOLEY.
7 gave to the Abbot and Convent of Derley ten messuages, one mill, four shops, six cottages, fifty acres of land with their appurtenances in Derby.
"^' Tliere are several pedigrees of Cockayne in the Herald's visitations of various counties, besides one in Vincent's Derhy,^ in which it is shown that the last.
Internet Archive BookReader Cockayne memoranda: collections towards a historical record of the family of Cockayne. Early life and education. Thomas Cokayne was born on 27 November to Francis Cokayne of Ashbourne, Derbyshire and his wife, Dorothy (daughter and heiress of Thomas Marrow of Berkswell).
He was born into the family of Cokayne, who first settled in Ashbourne in the midth-century, and were one of the oldest families in Derbyshire, obtaining many estates in.
COKAYNE, Sir THOMAS (?–), hunt-master, born aboutwas the eldest son of Francis Cokayne or Cockaine of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, by his wife, Dorothy, daughter and heiress of Thomas Marrow, serjeant-at-law (Cockayne Memoranda, 1st series, pp.
Thomas was brought up in the house of the Earl of Shrewsbury, but succeeding to the. Andreas Edward Cockayne (born in Derby) researched, wrote about and compiled a family history. He privately published the Cockayne Memoranda: collections towards a historical record of the family of Cockayne in two parts – the first part a book in and the second a collection of pedigrees in COKAYNE, GEORGE EDWARD (–), genealogist, born in Russell Square, London, on 29 Aprilwas fourth son and youngest child (in a family of eight) of William Adams, LL.D., of Thorpe, Surrey, advocate in Doctors' Commons, by his wife the Hon.
Mary Anne (d. ), daughter of William Cockayne and niece and co-heiress of Borlase. ' WILLIAM COCKEYN, of Ashburne, inby Sarah, his wife, had issue', 1 JOHN, living at Ashburne,father of JOHN COCKAYNE, who, by Letitia his wife, was father of another JOHN COCKAYNE, a person of great distinction temp.
EDWARD III. This last-named John Cockayne m. Cecilia Vernon, of the co. of Derby, and had two sons, viz.,Children: John Cokayne, I, Roger Or Robert Cokayne. Charles Dickens, perhaps the best British novelist of the Victorian era, was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England on February 7, His happy early childhood was interrupted when his father was sent to debtors' prison, and young Dickens had to go to work in a factory at age twelve.
Vendale stopped, and referred to a memorandum-book by his side. No Thoroughfare. There is a little memorandum-book in the drawer, in which he enters on one page, the money he receives; on the opposite, the money he takes out: and when I want money, I have recourse to my key.
Sir Charles Grandison. Define memoranda. memoranda synonyms, memoranda pronunciation, memoranda translation, English dictionary definition of memoranda. memorandums or memoranda 1. John Cokayne was the eldest son of. Edmund Cockayne (died ) of Ashbourne Hall Ashbourne, Derbyshire.; Elizabeth Harthill (died ), daughter of Sir Richard Herthil or Harthill (died ) of Pooley Hall, near Polesworth, Warwickshire.; The Cockayne family are known to have lived at Ashbourne from the midth century.
The Derbyshire historian Stephen Glover Residence: Ashbourne Hall, Ashbourne. ' John Cokayne was the son of William Cokayne and Sarah de Mercaston.2 He married unknown Kniveton, daughter of Sir William Kniveton.1 He died in ' John Cokayne held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Derbyshire.1 He lived at Ashbourne Hall, Derbyshire, England.1 'Child of John Cokayne and unknown KnivetonChildren: John Cokayne, II Esquire, John Burdett.
Whilst there are many complex processes at work in Dickens’s note-taking practices, here I address these habits of composition through one document of particular interest: Dickens’s Book of notebook consists of a rather unassuming looking 5×7 inch cloth bound volume of leaves of off-white paper entitled simply, ‘Memoranda’.
Hardback or Cased Book. Condition: New. Mechanics' Pocket Memoranda: A Convenient Pocketbook for All Persons Interested in Mechanical Engineering, Steam Engineering, Electrical Engineerin.
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The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz for Five Generations. It is most unusual that a complete four generation ancestry can be compiled for someone born in But such is the case for Dorothea Poyntz, whose known ancestry includes both parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents and all sixteen great-great-grandparents.
A total of If we start with the book Cockayne Memoranda by A E Cockayne () there is a transcription of Caleb Cockayne’s will written on pages / At the end he lists the signatories as N A Prince, Jer Huntingdon Junior and ‘another’.Source: Cockayne Memoranda: Collections Toward a Historical Record of the Family of Cockayne by Andreas Edward Cockayne This book has been microfilmed by the LDS Church.