Some account of the family of Middlemore of Warwickshire and Worcestershire
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Some account of the family of Middlemore of Warwickshire and Worcestershire

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Published by Phillimore in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Middlemore family.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby W. P. W. Phillimore ; assisted by W. F. Carter.
ContributionsCarter, W. F.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15512437M

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Warwickshire, England Visitations, Some account of the family of Middlemore of Warwickshire and Worcestershire: Three hundred years of a family living: being a history of the Rilands of Sutton Coldfield. Family. Born at Lusby, Lincolnshire, he was the son of Thomas Booth and his wife Elizabeth (née Penyston) and a cousin of Sir Fairmeadow Penyston. He was descended from the Booths of Killingholme, originally from Barton in Lancashire. An elder brother, Captain Robert Booth (died ), married Lady Susannah Clinton (died ), daughter of Francis, 6th Earl of Lincoln, Alma mater: Magdalene College, Cambridge (MA, DD). I will admit, at once, that what follows is a work-in-progress, based to date on ‘soft’ research, drawn partly from what is available on-line but more substantially from a single printed source, the privately printed Some Account of the Family of Middlemore of Warwickshire and Worcestershire of , by W. P. W. Phillimore assisted by W. F.   I will admit, at once, that what follows is a work-in-progress, based to date on ‘soft’ research, drawn partly from what is available on-line but more substantially from a single printed source, the privately printed Some Account of the Family of Middlemore of Warwickshire and Worcestershire of , by W. P. W. Phillimore assisted by W. F.