ORIGINS OF THE PACKWOOD SURNAME
The surname Packwood probably originates from the village of the same name in Warwickshire. The National Trust owns a fine Elizabethan mansion in the parish called Packwood House. However at some time in the past, a members of the family migrated to Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire. In 17th century there is evidence of branches at Hardingstone, Cottesbrooke and Ravensthorpe in Northamptonshire and Dean in Bedfordshire.
The families and persons below relate to the branch in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire. The data has been contributed by Bob Packwood.
|Packwood||Thomas||ABT 1757 -||6216|
|Packwood||Thomas||BEF 20 DEC 1648 -||6222|
|Packwood||William||BEF 20 MAR 1650/51 - JUL 1671||6225|
|Packwood||William||ABT 1752 -||6227|
|Packwood||William||BEF 25 MAR 1694 - JAN 1761||6226|
|Richardson||Alice||- MAR 1611/12||6228|
|Smith||Sarah||- APR 1790||6229|
|Watts||Jemimah||ABT 1788 - 13 MAY 1860||6230|
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