Packwood of Ravensthorpe

 

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 Ravensthorpe, Northamptonshire.  The data has been contributed by Martin Thompson kinderleygenealogy AT yahoo.co.uk.

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SurnameNameDatesLink
? - 7166
?Ann - 7167
?ElizabethABT 1794 - 7168
?MaryABT 1759 - 7169
?Sarah - 7170
BILLINGGeorge - 7171
CLARIDGESarah - 7172
DICKENSVincent - 7173
FOXJohn - 7174
GOODEWilliam - 7175
HALLSarah JaneQ1 1859 - 7176
KURTZLudwigABT 1865 - 7177
LAVERNOSarah AnnABT 1857 - 7178
LEDGERSarah AnnABT 1867 - 7179
MOORE? - 7180
MOOREElizaABT 1828 - 7181
MOOREElizabeth LABT 1825 - 7182
PACKWOODAlfredABT Feb 1891 - 7183
PACKWOODAlfred EdwardQ1 1867 - 7184
PACKWOODAnn - 7185
PACKWOODAnn - 7186
PACKWOODElizabethQ2 1853 - 7187
PACKWOODElizabethABT 1832 - 7189
PACKWOODElizabeth - 7188
PACKWOODElizabeth - 7190
PACKWOODGeorge ReubenQ2 1860 - 7191
PACKWOODJohn - 7192
PACKWOODJoseph - 7193
PACKWOODLavinia LouisaQ1 1866 - 7194
PACKWOODMary - 7195
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