I am not researching this surname but I have transcribed some parrish records that had this surname in it. I do hope someone finds it of some use. Mary
Susannah Duggins daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Duggins was born Aug. 29, 1808.
Catherine Duggins was born Oct. 8, 1810
James Duggins was born May 23, 1812
Sarah Duggins was born July 17, 1814
Thomas Duggins was born March 28, 1816
Esther Duggins was born Aug. 1, 1818
Caroline Duggins was born Nov. 8, 1820
Eliza Duggins was born Mar. 23, 1822
Harriet Duggins was born Aug. 14, 1824
David Duggins was born July 20, 1826
I Thomas Duggins of the parish of Tardebrigg in the county of Worcester, Needlemaker, do
hereby make oath and ? that the above is a true Register of the births of my several children
with the respective dates thereto ?, and that diligent mark has been made in the Register of
Redditch Chapel in the Parish of Tardbrigg where my said children were regularly baptized and
that the name of my mid. daughter Esther Duggins who was born Aug. 1, 1818 appears to be
omitted in the said register and that my said daughter Esther Duggins was baptized in the said
chapel of Redditch on the 2nd day of Aug. 1818 being the day after her birth and what is
commonly called "Redditch Fairs Sunday" and that Hannah Lewis and Mary Boulton the
persons making the affidavit hereto ? were present with myself at the baptism of my said
daughter Esther Duggins and acted as sponsors on the occassion.
The X Mark of Thomas Duggins. Was made.
I Hannah Lewis of the Parish of Tarbrigg needlemaker and Mary Boulton of the same Parish,
Needlemaker do hereby, ? make oath and ? that we were present and acted as sponsors at
the baptising of the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Duggins in the Chapel of Redditch, on
Sunday the 2nd day of Aug. 1818 and that the name of Esther was then and there given to the
daughter of the said Thomas and Elizabeth Duggins.
The X mark of both Hannah Lewis and Mary Boulton were made.
Sworn before me on of his Majestys Justices of the Peace for the County of Worcester this
20th day of December 1836
Sgned by J.M. Bartleet. J. stands for John.
A List of Those Men Who Have So Loyally
Stepped fourth in Defence Of The Hamlet
Of Redditch And Were Called The Redditch
Volunteers, Taken In The Year 1806
Joseph Duggins served as a private
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