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Re: George Poulton, Birmingham, late 1700s
Posted by: Anthony Cox (ID *****8045) Date: November 29, 2009 at 16:29:01
In Reply to: George Poulton, Birmingham, late 1700s by Judith Lawlor of 137

Hello. I recently started work on my family tree. I think I can lay claim to the William Cox you refer to. He and Charlotte had three children: Mary Ann, William and Edwin. Edwin became a silversmith and left Birmingham to live in Marylebone, London. In 1857 he married Louisa Moon, who came from Melbourne, Derbyshire. They had three children: Jane, Louisa and Edward. The family eventually returned to Birmingham. His son Edward was my grandfather.

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