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Families of: Wagstaff, Kennedy, Innes of Coxton & Biggs,

Updated March 22, 2001

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Research includes:

Paternal:

Wagstaff family of Waldershare from 1806

Ingram family from 1810 in Clerkenwell, London, artifacts of this family are in the Lond Museum and Horsham museum, includes regency dresses.

Kennedy family from 1750 in Canisbay, then Edinburgh then London and home counties.

Parsonage family from 1550 to the present day.

Groom(e) family from 1750 at Nacton, Suffolk, photographs and dresses.

Maternal:

Innes family 'of Coxton', junior line of the Duke of Roxburghe and Chief of Clan Innes. Baronetcy created in 1686, descent from 1160, to the present day. Coxton ancestors came from Elgin, then moved to Ireland 1688, then Andover early 18th century, then Devizes, late 18th century, then London early 19th century then home counties. Also there are cousins in Tasmania and Australia and others scattered worldwide.

Dunbars of Northfield: a junior line from William Dunbar b 1749 Elgin, younger son of the 4th Bart. de jure, settled in the USA his descendants are numerous in Natchez, MS, and in the UK.

Marshall family from Maryland possibly from Yorkshire from 1720.

Bullitt family from New Orleans and Louisiana USA from 17th century France.

Fraser family from Dornoch, Rosshire, came to Bermuda in mid 19th century, family in Bermuda, Canada, USA and the UK.

Biggs family, gentry possibly, Chelsea and Kensington 1820's.

Stodart family from Newcastle 1750's.

Moore family from 1650-1770 of Wiltshire.

Field family from Rhode Island, USA and Yorkshire, UK.

Stockton family, from Richard S, the signer of declaration of Independence 1775, ancestors back to the 17th century, Cheshire, UK.

Boudinot family, 17th century, portraits in Princeton, NJ, USA.







 
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