The Craxford Family Magazine Red Pages
All cousin marriages involving Mary Carr 1703-1769
  Marriages Ancestors
NoDescent HusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDateHusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDate
1 5:5 Alfred Jarman 1862-1934 Sarah Ann Beadsworth 1862-1923St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire1883John Claypole 1699-1768Mary Carr 1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
2 5:5 Arthur Thomas Claypole 1880-1965 Florence Edith Claypole 1898-1957Cottingham, Northamptonshire1917John Claypole [2]1699-1768Mary Carr [2]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
3 5:6 William Craxford 1885-1967 Beatrice Edith Tilley 1883-1965St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire1912John Claypole [3]1699-1768Mary Carr [3]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
4 6:5 Frederick Harwood King 1889-1956 Maud Mary Claypole 1892-1989Great Easton, Leicestershire1915John Claypole [4]1699-1768Mary Carr [4]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
5 6:5 Arthur Herbert Coles 1890-1974 Frances A Claypole 1890-1964Cottingham, Northamptonshire1917John Claypole [5]1699-1768Mary Carr [5]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
6 6:5 Bernard John Jackson 1904-1987 Elsie Mary Claypole 1901-1989Cottingham, Northamptonshire1928John Claypole [6]1699-1768Mary Carr [6]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
7 7:5 Harry King 1897-1962 Eliza Jane Claypole 1900-1993Cottingham, Northamptonshire1921John Claypole [7]1699-1768Mary Carr [7]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
8 6:7 Ernest Edward Beadsworth 1899-1959 Elsie Ellen Liquorish 1910-1992St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire1933John Claypole [8]1699-1768Mary Carr [8]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
9 6:7 Reginald Henry Claypole 1915-1987 Grace Evelyn Liquorish 1913-2009Cottingham, Northamptonshire1941John Claypole [9]1699-1768Mary Carr [9]1703-1769 Medbourne, Leicestershire1724
The table shows families where the husband and wife are already closely related. To view the relationships, click on the descent column, or to view the descent line of the common paternal or maternal ancestor click the ancestor on the right.
† indicates that the relationship is only through one parent (i.e. a half relationship).
* indicates that the relationship is through an adoption or other legal relationship.
The descent column shows the number of generations to the common ancestor (husband:wife), so that
  • 2:2 are first cousins
  • 3:3 are second cousins
  • 4:4 are third cousins
  • 5:5 are fourth cousins etc
  • 2:3 and 3:2 are first cousins once removed (similar for second) and
  • 2:4 and 4:2 mark a twice-removed cousin.
If present, 1:2 and 2:1 are uncle/niece and aunt/nephew and 1:1 are siblings and 0:1 or 1:0 are parent/child (if at least one grandparent is present).
The number in square brackets (eg [3]) indicates the number of times these ancestors have marriages between cousins amongst their descendants
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