The Cotterell genealogy page
People who have an interest in the Cotterell family, not necessesarily
related to my Cotterell's. This is not a comprehensive list, just a
listing of those whom I have been in contact with. Some of these
email addresses may no longer be valid.
- Angela Graham-Ching,
firstname.lastname@example.org Reseaching COTTRELL in Edinburgh. Mary Ann
COTTRELL born c.1836, married John Durnford DIAMOND. Children:
Louisa, Marion and Martin Goddard/Gorddard.
- Keith Cheadle,
email@example.com My line.
- Stephen Cotterell,
- Heather ?,
firstname.lastname@example.org Joseph Cotterill who was in the
Glouster Regiment and died 1917. He is commentated on a war memorial
in Middleton, Warwickshire.
- Jackie Cotterell,
JacCott@aol.com Cotterell's of Staffordshire, then Warwickshire
- Lynne Selden,
email@example.com William Chichester Cotterell (1859) and
Marion Cecilia Foster. My line.
- Marilyn Rodda,
firstname.lastname@example.org John Cotterell who came to Adelaide, Australia in 1839
on the LLoyds. He was married to Mary Ann (possibly Lewis).
- Chris Cotterill,
email@example.com Cotterill's of Nottingham.
- Phil Cotterill,
firstname.lastname@example.org Line back to Samuel Cotterill, married Susannah York,
Gnosall, 1801. They had at least one son also called Samuel b.1804,
- Heather Martin,
Henry Cotterell born Birmingham c.1818 and a gunsmith. 1871 living in Newington London with wife Sarah and children Henry, Alfred and Agnes.
- David Rodda,
Thomas and Eliza (nee Halliday) Cotterell
who lived in Parkside, South Australia. They lived here late 1800's early
1900s. Some of children were Lewis, Cassie, John. Thomas's parents were John
and Mary Ann (nee Lewis).
- Toni Phillips,
John and James came to Australia in 1836 aboard the Lady Kennaway. John's wife Elizabeth came also 1836 aboard the Elizabeth and she was accompanied by the younger son, John. All three were convicted in Gloucester Assizes of making counterfeit coins. John Snr. died in Windsor Hospital (NSW) in 1841. Son James married Emily Kimmins in 1853. Emily and James eventually left Australia and went ot New Zealand where Emily died in 1910 and James died in 1912.
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