I have been reading with great interest your message 107.
First, thanks for the information which connects you to charlie. That helps, but I still cannot quite connect you both to the Warwickshire family. Yet!
But there is a small clue... more later.
At the tail of your message you cited a number of Edmunds.
Edmund b 1805, I think Married Elizabeth Horley, and was the son of Martin Ivens (b1762) and Anne Masters of Long Itchington, who in turn was the son of William Ivens (b1691). William I suspect was a son of Richard Iven (c1660) of Harbury. We can add the siblings later, if you want them.
Edmund b 1833 is a new addtition for me, and his father, William (b1790) could be one of three contenders. I shall need to look at a map to find the most likely. There were a lot of Williams just then.
Edmund b1848 is one of 9 children as far as I can see, and his father James, married Mary Anne Marshall. James was the son of Martin Ivens (b1757) and curiously had an elder brother Willaim (b1790)see note above.
Martin and Hannah Masters his wife (note the repetition of the surname) lived in Grandborough and Upper Shuckburgh.
Edmund b 1843 of randborough is easier still, though interestingly I have the eldest boy not as George Coleman, but as Thomas Coleman (1841-1843) born in Priors Marston.
George Coleman I have as a younger brother,1850 -1892, and married to Sarah Parker.
And then there's Edmund Robert, born 1839, son of William Ivens of Wolfhamcote, grandson of Edmund Masters Ivens (1787 -1841) and Mary Coleman.
The thing is, they are all connected into what I call the Warwickshire family.
Now back to the smallest of clues. I came across an aussie Rick Foster some time back who introduced me to a whole new series of names, again from Warwickshire, but I have been unable yet to find a good connection.
Curiously, this family start with Thomas Ivens (circa 1760) in Lighthorne!. He married twice apparently. the second marriage to Mary, produced 8 children, or which 3 were boys.
The eldest, John, I know the descendants, The next was Richard, (b1807), and the third was.....
Edmund (b1813). The only other detail I have is that he had at least two daughters who were schoolmistresses.