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Reply Jacqueline Edwards
10:58 AM on November 5, 2020 
Hi I have trace my line back to a Roger Cole (1708 Peter Tavy Devon, son of John and Wilmot) and his wife Ann Reddicliff. Do you know more of this line ?
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Reply RAYMOND CHARLES VEMPLY BURWOOD
10:54 AM on September 23, 2020 
Hi, I was looking up some information on my father William George Vemply Burwood and on My Heritage it shows that he appears on a site looked after by Penelope Cole. Please could you let me know the why. Thanks Ray.
Reply Bryony
6:29 PM on August 26, 2020 
Iâ??m searching for any information about Christopher Cole born to Susanna Snell and James Cole of Buckfastleigh about 1768. There is some mention of a connection through James Cole to either descent from the Coles of Slade through Robert Cole (born 1652) SON OF Gregory Cole of the middle temple and Mary Clifford daughter of Sir George Chudleigh of Ashton, or descent from William, 3rd son of Sir John Cole. Iâ??m just trying to track any information about the family. Christopher Coles son was Robert Cole and his grandson was JJ. Cole of London a noted architect. They were an artistic family with painters exhibiting in the royal academy.
Any leads or hints would be greatly appreciated.
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Reply Ronald Christopher Cole
5:25 PM on August 18, 2020 
Chris Cole says...
I have traced 7 generations of my family tree back to James Cole who was born 6 September 1732 in Wimborne Minster, Dorset. His great grandson, Charles Cole, was born in 1824 in Colehill, (now a suburb of Wimborne Minster). My family comes from Colehill but as far as I can discover, there is no correlation between the family name and the name of the village of Colehill. But it seems to be a strange coincidence. My grandfather. my father, and then myself all joined and served in the British Army. I emigrated to New Zealand in 1978 having served for 2 years in Belfast. I am now writing a book entitled 'Cole' which commences with pre-historic man and gradually moves forward in time with the Bronze Age, Celts, Romans, Saxons, and the Normans. I have found some fascinating facts about Old King Cole and am thoroughly enjoying the research. I am also researching all name places which include the name "Cole"

I too bear the name Ronald Christopher Cole, Born in Hull in 1949
Reply Ronald Christopher Cole
5:19 PM on August 18, 2020 
William Cole says...
Started finding my roots about ten years ago, Seems to be a lot more info available now. Have been able to trace my ancestors back 27 generations to my namesake in Cornwall to 1160.