Frederick Cocksedge

(circa 1853 - )
     Frederick Cocksedge was born circa 1853 in Culford, Suffolk. He was the son of Isaac Cocksedge and Caroline Atherton. Selena, Frederick, Matilda and Emma were listed as the children of Isaac Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Ingham, Suffolk. Frederick, Emma and George were listed as the children of Isaac Cocksedge in the 1871 census in Ingham.
     Frederick Cocksedge married Alethea Worby before 1 April 1875.

Child of Frederick Cocksedge and Alethea Worby

Frederick Cocksedge

(before April 1862 - )
     Frederick Cocksedge was born before April 1862 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Hannah Theobald. Anna, John, George, Frederick, Ann and Eliza were listed as the children of George Cocksedge in the 1881 census in Crimbalos, Cockfield.

Frederick Cocksedge

(between October 1875 and December 1875 - )
     Frederick Cocksedge was born between October 1875 and December 1875 in Kirton, Woodbridge RD, Suffolk. He was the son of Robert Cocksedge and Susanna Payne. Harriet, George, Frederick, Edward and Florence were listed as the children of Robert Cocksedge in the 1881 census in Kirton.

Frederick Charles Francis Cocksedge

(1867 - 22 February 1876)
     Frederick Charles Francis Cocksedge was born in 1867 in Kyneton, Victoria. He was the son of Francis Cocksedge and Margaret Jane Lumsden.
     Frederick died on 22 February 1876 in Kyneton, Victoria. He was buried in Tylden.

Frederick Ernest Cocksedge

(1880 - 18 January 1937)
     Frederick Ernest Cocksedge was also known as Coxedge in records. He was commonly known as Ernest. He was born in 1880 in Won Wron, Victoria. He was the son of Joshua Cocksedge and Eliza Hannah Vaux.
     Frederick Ernest Cocksedge married Ada May Parrott, daughter of Robert Josiah Parrott and May Levina Clark, on 25 July 1901 in Traralgon, Victoria. They married as Coxedge.
     Frederick was registered as a labourer at Devon, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     Frederick Ernest Cocksedge and Grace Lavina Parrott were administrators of William Charles Cocksedge's estate, on 15 September 1914 in Victoria, Grace Lavina Coxedge of Devon in the state of Victoira, widow, Frederick Ernest Coxedge of Devon North, farmer adn Robert Parrott of Devon North, labourer.... in the sum of £337.4.0. Frederick was a farmer.
     Frederick Ernest Cocksedge lived at Queensland.
     Frederick died on 18 January 1937 in Chinchilla, Queensland. He was registered as Coxedge. He was buried on 19 January 1937 in Chinchilla.

Children of Frederick Ernest Cocksedge and Ada May Parrott

Frederick James Cocksedge

(18 May 1870 - )
     Frederick James Cocksedge was born on 18 May 1870 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Frederick Cocksedge and Emma Melton. Frederick James Cocksedge was christened on 19 July 1870 in Hessett. Walter, Jane, Kate and Frederick were listed as the children of Frederick Cocksedge in the 1871 census in Valley Farm, Hessett, Suffolk. Walter, Kate, Jane and Frederick were listed as the children of Frederick Cocksedge in the 1881 census in on the west side of the street, Hessett. Jane, Walter, Kate and Frederick were listed as the children of Emma Melton in the 1891 census in Beyton Rd, Thurston, Suffolk.

Frederick William Cocksedge

(circa 1882 - before 22 April 1883)
     Frederick William Cocksedge was born circa 1882. He was the son of Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave.
     Frederick died before 22 April 1883 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 22 April 1883 in Hessett.

Frederick William Cocksedge

(before 18 December 1834 - )
     Frederick William Cocksedge was born before 18 December 1834 in Kemp town, Brighton, Sussex. He was christened on 18 December 1834 in St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Alice Unknown.

Frederick William Cocksedge

( - circa 1855)
     Frederick died circa 1855 in Suffolk, England.
     His will was proved in 1855 at Suffolk. William Frederick Cocksedge, innkeeper Bury St Edmunds.

Freida Madelaine Cocksedge

(8 September 1921 - )
     Freida died.
     Freida Madelaine Cocksedge married Robert Bailey. Freida Madelaine Cocksedge was born on 8 September 1921. She was the daughter of William Turner and Elsie May Cox.

George Cocksedge

(30 September 1832 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 30 September 1832 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of William Cocksedge and Maria Wallaker.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Cocksedge and Maria Wallaker in the Street, Hessett. Isaac, Robert, George, Anne, Martha, Frederick, Amelia, Emma, Joshua and Charlotte were listed as the children of William Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Hessett, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge married Sarah Ann Bullett, daughter of Henry Bullett and Harriet Pettit, on 1 December 1855 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge and Sarah Ann Bullett appeared on the 1861 census in Hessett. George Cocksedge, aged 27 farm labourer, & Sarah Ann, 25 his wife, both born at Hessett. Sarah Ann & George were living next to her brother George and his wife Amelia..
     George Cocksedge and Sarah Ann Bullett appeared on the 1871 census in Pot Ash, Beyton, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, head, married aged 39, agricultural labourer, born Hessett, with his wife Sarah A, aged 36, born Hessett.
     George Cocksedge and Sarah Ann Bullett appeared on the 1881 census in Gedding Road Potash, Drinkstone, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, married, aged 50, born Hessett, head, ag. lab. with his wife Sara A, aged 45, born Hessett.
     George Cocksedge and Sarah Ann Bullett appeared on the 1891 census in Drinkstone. George Cocksedge, 60, ag. labourer, with his wife Sarah aged 59, both born at Hessett.

George Cocksedge

(5 August 1838 - 4 December 1878)
     George Cocksedge was christened on 5 August 1838 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Ann Sharp.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Thomas Cocksedge in Hessett. William and George were listed as the children of Thomas Cocksedge in the 1851 census in the Street, Hessett. George was listed as the son of Thomas Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Hessett. Thomas, widower, 58, farm labourer, born Hessett; George, son, unmarried, 21, labourer, b Hessett.
     George Cocksedge married Emma Cocksedge, daughter of Abraham Cocksedge and Maria Lock, on 26 April 1862 in Hessett, Suffolk. George Cocksedge was an agricultural labourer in Whittington, Derbyshire.
     George died on 4 December 1878 in Whittington, Derbyshire, England, aged 40. He was described as a miner.

Children of George Cocksedge and Emma Cocksedge

George Cocksedge

(before 1635 - )
     George Cocksedge was born before 1635 in Bradfield St George or Rougham, Suffolk. Not found at Bradfield St George. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown.
Marriage banns for George Cocksedge and Edith Goddard were published on 24 October 1655 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. 24 Oct, 31 Oct, 7 Nov 1655. At ye Market Crosse, betweene George Cocksedge, singleman and Edith Goddard, single, both servants to Mr Henry Wigh [sic], minister of Rougham. Married 3 January 1655/6 by Myles Borough, gent. JP.
     George Cocksedge married Edith Goddard on 3 January 1655/56 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     On 30 June 1661, George was the collector at Rushbrook for St Bartholomew Exchange & Bennett Finck, London, and on 18 August 1661 he was the collector for a fine happening in Fleet Street, London.
     In John Cocksedge's will dated 12 December 1662 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk, George Cocksedge was named as heir; His will mentions his sons John, Peter, George, daughters Elizabeth & Hannah both under 25, sons Henry... & William, daughters Marie, Alice & Ann; and lands in Bradfield St George & Thorpe Morieux.
In the name of God Amen ... I John Cocksedge of Bradfield St George do make my last will and testament in manner & forme following First I give my soule to God that gave it ... my body to be buryed in the churchyard where it shall please ... to ... trusting my ... to have ... full ... for my worldly goods in manner and forme following
First I give my sonne John three score pounds to be paid him ... years after my decease thirty pounds the fourth year after my decease
ITEM I give unto Peter my sonne my ... and grounds in Thorpe Morieux by the ... land of ... to him & his heirs for ever And I make my son Peter sole executor to pay my debts and my ... as these ... that ...
ITEM I give George my sonne Fortie pounds to be paid unto him five years after my decease that is ... the first year ... sixth year after my decease
ITEM I give unto Elizabeth my daughter Hanna my daughter fifty pounds when they come to the age of twenty five years .. and the youngest two years after And I give Risbrooke? House and grounds to be sold to pay these legacies
ITEM I give Peter my sonne all my stock in chattels and all my moveable goods to bee parte.. between Peter Elizabeth and Hanna and if any of these ... to dye before they gave these legacies paid them ... it ...all & may be lawfull for my executor to ... among my children that are ...est
ITEM my mind is that though I ... ... ... as I.. ... it may be ... these ... may be paid ...ding to these... that I have set d... ... my sonne John pay foure pounds? after my decease ...
my sonne (George
p.2 George two yeares after John .... to make ... executors ... able to ... yo without selling ... that if hand ... him And further my mind is that if any of these legacyes bee not paid .. ... to my grounds in Thorpe Morieux and .. enter for ... ... And I doe make my brother Clapton supervisor to this my last will and testament to see it ... I set my hand and seale the 12th day of December 1662 And my mind is that if any of my children doe oppose against this my last will and testament then my executor shall refuse to pay them ... of the legacy that I give ... amongst them
ITEM I give Henry my sonne fyve pounds to buy him a piece of plate for to remember his father
Item I give unto ... ... .. .. ... same
ITEM I give ... Peter my sonn my copyhold tenement in Bradfield St George And my mind is that the rest of my children that I ... ... them there portion in marriage shall not ... for .. m...
ITEM I give William my sonne 1/8 and Marie my daughter 1/8 and Alice my daughter 1/8 and Anne my daughter 2/8 per? yeare so long as Peter is able to pay it
John Coxadge ... and del.... in presence of ..... .. ... .... Bennet Burrowes.

     George Cocksedge married Susanna Baker on 18 June 1668 in Bradfield Combust, Suffolk.

Children of George Cocksedge and Edith Goddard

Children of George Cocksedge

George Cocksedge

(20 May 1824 - before 3 July 1897)
     George Cocksedge was christened on 20 May 1824 in Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk. He was the son of Zachariah Cocksedge and Phillipa Robinson.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Zachariah Cocksedge and Phillipa Robinson in Colchester Green, Cockfield.
     George Cocksedge married Emily Halls on 31 December 1843 in Cockfield, Suffolk. They were both underage. George Cocksedge was listed as the brother of Hammond Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Cross Green, Cockfield, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge married secondly Elizabeth Banham on 9 May 1851 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was described as a bachelor, but the banns show a widower. The marriage was witnessed by John Davy & Eliza Farrow.
     George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Banham appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, aged 37, ag labourer, born Thorpe Morieux with his wife Elizabeth aged 33, dress maker, born Little Whelnetham.
     George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Banham appeared on the 1871 census in Kings Head, Cockfield. George 46, ag. lab born Thorpe Morieux & his wife Elizabeth aged 43, born Little Whelnetham.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in The Water, Cockfield, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, aged 54, widower, ag. lab., born Thorpe Morieux, living alone.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1891 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was described as a widower aged 65, ag.lab, born Thorpe Morieux, living alone.
     George died before 3 July 1897 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was buried on 3 July 1897 in Cockfield.

Child of George Cocksedge and Emily Halls

George Cocksedge

(19 January 1833 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 19 January 1833 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit.
     George Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit in near the Green, Beyton, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge was recorded on the 1851 census in Beyton, Suffolk.

George Cocksedge

(15 April 1812 - before 24 July 1841)
     George Cocksedge was born on 15 April 1812 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was the son of James Cocksedge and Rebecca Crick. George Cocksedge was christened on 25 December 1812 in Cockfield.
     George Cocksedge married Elizabeth Unknown.
     George Cocksedge married Charlotte Crick on 9 March 1834 in Cockfield, Suffolk. Which George? The one baptised in 1812, son of James & Rebecca (Crick) seems most likely.
     George Cocksedge and Charlotte Crick appeared on the 1841 census in Cockfield. George 29, ag. lab, Charlotte, 25 & Henry 6, all born in the county.
     George died before 24 July 1841 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was buried on 24 July 1841 in Cockfield.

Child of George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Unknown

Child of George Cocksedge and Charlotte Crick

George Cocksedge

(before March 1831 - before 30 December 1882?)
     George Cocksedge was born before March 1831 in Cockfield, Suffolk. His parentage is dubious as his age in the 1851 census (20), but this is consistent in 1871. He was the son of James Cocksedge and Susan Scott. George Cocksedge was christened on 1 October 1831 in Cockfield. George, Emma, Thomas, Harriet, James, Reuben, Robert and Hannah were listed as the children of James Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Great Green, Cockfield, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge was recorded on the 1851 census in Cockfield. George Cocksedge, aged 20, born Cockfield.
     George Cocksedge married Mary Anne Cracknell.
     George Cocksedge and Mary Anne Cracknell appeared on the 1861 census in Great Green, Cockfield. George 27, ag. labourer, born Cockfield, his wife Mary Ann, 20 born Bradfield St Clare, and their daughter Matilda aged 10 months born Cockfield.
     George Cocksedge and Mary Anne Cracknell appeared on the 1871 census in Hall Farm Rd, Bradfield St Clare. George Cocksedge, head, 40, ag. lab., born Cockfield; his wife Mary Ann, aged 30, born Bradfield St Clare; daughters Jane 6 and Fanny Maria 2, both born Bradfield St Clare.
     George Cocksedge and Mary Anne Cracknell appeared on the 1881 census in 'School End Cottage', Bradfield St Clare. George 51, ag. lab born Cockfield; his wife Mary Ann aged 41, and children Fanny 12, Edna 10, Alfred 7, George 4 & Dannah aged 10 months, all born Bradfield St Clare.
     George died before 30 December 1882? In Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk. He was buried on 30 December 1882 in Bradfield St Clare.

Children of George Cocksedge and Mary Anne Cracknell

George Cocksedge

(3 March 1795 - before 29 March 1860)
     George Cocksedge was also known as Jackson in records. He was born on 3 March 1795 in Stanningfield, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Jackson? George Cocksedge was christened on 8 March 1795 in Stanningfield.
     George Cocksedge married Ann Reeman on 9 April 1818 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Cocksedge, Abraham Cocksedge, Henry Cocksedge, John Cocksedge, Sophia Cocksedge and Mary Ann Cocksedge were beneficiaries in George Cocksedge's will dated 1 September 1818 in Stanningfield. George Cocksedge was a labourer.
     George Cocksedge and Ann Reeman were recorded on the 1851 census in Old Hall Green, Cockfield. George, ag. labourer, born Stanningfield & his wife Ann born Cockfield, both 58, with their son George 15 born Cockfield.
     George died before 29 March 1860 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was buried on 29 March 1860 in St Peter, Cockfield.

Children of George Cocksedge and Ann Reeman

George Cocksedge

(23 August 1818 - before 22 January 1832)
     George Cocksedge was christened on 23 August 1818 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Ann Reeman.
     George died before 22 January 1832 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was buried on 22 January 1832 in Cockfield.

George Cocksedge

(23 June 1836 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 23 June 1836 in Cockfield, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Ann Reeman. George was listed as the son of George Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Old Hall Green, Cockfield.
     George Cocksedge married Hannah Theobald on 20 February 1858 in Alpheton, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge and Hannah Theobald appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield, Suffolk. George Cocksedge, aged 26, ag labourer, born Cockfield, with his wife Hannah aged 27, born Alpheton and son Abraham 3 born Alpheton.
     George Cocksedge and Hannah Theobald appeared on the 1881 census in Crimbalos, Cockfield. George. 45, with his wife Hannah aged 47, born Alpheton; and children Frederick 19, Ann 17, John 16, George 11, Anna 8 and Eliza 5, all born at Cockfield.

Children of George Cocksedge and Hannah Theobald

George Cocksedge

(25 June 1843 - )
     George Cocksedge was born before April 1843 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was christened on 25 June 1843 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of Abraham Cocksedge and Maria Lock. Harriet, Emma, George, Isaac and John were listed as the children of Abraham Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Kings Hall Green, Rougham, Suffolk. Emma, George, Isaac, John, Henry and Sarah? were listed as the children of Abraham Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Rougham, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge married Mary Ann Unknown.
     George Cocksedge and Mary Ann Unknown appeared on the 1881 census in Nunns Lane, Bradfield St George. George Cocksedge, head, 37, brick maker, born Rougham and his wife Mary Ann aged 34 (36?), born Bradfield St George.
     George Cocksedge and Mary Ann Unknown appeared on the 1891 census in Fallwood? St, Bradfield St George. George Cocksedge, married, aged 46, brickmaker, born Rougham with his wife Maryann aged 45, born BSG and a boarder Bertia Wilson, 7.

George Cocksedge

(1 February 1846 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 1 February 1846 in Gt Welnetham, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Phoebe Pask. William and George were listed as the children of Henry Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Gt Welnetham. George, William, Frederick, Mary, Eliza and Walter were listed as the children of Henry Cocksedge in the 1861 census in ... Hall Cottage, Bradfield St Clare.

George Cocksedge

(2 April 1836 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 2 April 1836 in Hintlesham, Suffolk. He was the son of William Cocksedge and Susan Wass.
     George Cocksedge was recorded on the 1851 census in Ixworth, Suffolk.

George Cocksedge

(21 April 1844 - )
     George Cocksedge was born before March 1844 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was christened on 21 April 1844 in Rougham. He was the son of Michael Cocksedge and Harriett Cobble. George and Emily were listed as the children of Michael Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Kings Hall St, Rougham, Suffolk. George was listed as the son of Michael Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Kings Hall St, Rougham. Michael Cocksedge, aged 57, ag. lab. & brick maker? born Rougham with his wife Harriet aged 56, and son George aged 17, ag. lab.
     George Cocksedge married Emily Goodwill? on 27 May 1863 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge and Emily Goodwill? appeared on the 1881 census in High Rougham. George aged 37, born Rougham, with wife Emily aged 39, at Rougham with their children William 15, Henery 13, John 12, Frederick 10, George 9, Albert 6, Edward 4, Bertie 2 and James 2 months, all born at Rougham.

Children of George Cocksedge and Emily Goodwill?

George Cocksedge

(before 1615 - before 7 October 1679)
     George Cocksedge was born before 1615 in Suffolk. Parents assumed by naming pattern only. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Dorothy Groom.
     George Cocksedge married Mary Unknown on 23 June 1636 in Buxhall, Suffolk.
     There were no Cocksedges at Buxhall in the 1638 list of Able men of Suffolk, nor any Georges.
     He witnessed the will of Edmund Jacob who died in 1639.      
George Cocksedge paid 13/4 ship money on 27 April 1640 in Buxhall.
     George Cocksedge was one of 9 who approved William Salter for register of Buxhall on 23 September 1653 after the clergy were ejected.
     George Cocksedge was mentioned in the 1674 hearth tax list in Buxhall. There were 2 George Cocksedges, one at Buxhall with 4 hearths and another at Felsham. Note that this George's possible parents were married at Felsham, although their son John was baptised at Rattlesden.
     George Cocksedge made a will dated 2 October 1679 in Buxhall. He describes himself as a yeoman and mentions his wife Mary, his youngest son John, whom he appoints executor, his daughters Susan, Anne & Mary Cocksedge.
     George died before 7 October 1679 in Buxhall, SFK. He was buried on 7 October 1679 in St Mary, Buxhall.
     His will was proved in December 1680 at Sudbury.

Children of George Cocksedge and Mary Unknown

George Cocksedge

(8 February 1706/7 - before 18 February 1707/8)
     George Cocksedge was christened on 8 February 1706/7 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was the son of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls.
     George died before 18 February 1707/8 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was buried on 18 February 1707/8 in Felsham.

George Cocksedge

(1 September 1712 - before 17 March 1727/28)
     George Cocksedge was christened on 1 September 1712 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was the son of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls.
     George died before 17 March 1727/28 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was buried on 17 March 1727/28 in Felsham. George Cocksedge the son of the widow Coxage.

George Cocksedge

(before 1655 - before 4 July 1685)
     George Cocksedge was born before 1655 in Felsham?, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge married Elizabeth Bantoft on 14 October 1677 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     1678/9 March 24
i) Edward Nunn of Felsham, gent., son and heir of Martin Nunn, late of Felsham; and Thos. Brundish, the elder, of Felsham, clerk, son and heir of Jn. Brundish, late of Felsham; - surviving feoffees.
ii) Tyrell Prettyman of Wetherden, gent; Wm. Plampin of Felsham, gent; Thos. Brundish, the younger, of Felsham, clerk; Robt. Goodrich; Thos. Spurgin; Wm. Scarpe; Geo. Cocksedge of Felsham; Jn. Scarpe of Bradfield St. George, gent; Henry Crossman of Felsham, gent; and Martin Cocksedge of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman.
Feoffment of property described in 2776/14 to use of the inhabitants of Felsham; endorsed Registration stamp of Charity Commission No. 13219 (11i), 22 May 1912; marked "8", and endorsed "executed onely by Nunn.".
     Records of Felsham Charity: Draft feoffment of property described in 2776/24; endorsed "not executed". i) Jn. Harwell of Felsham, gent; Jn. Cocksedge of Rattlesden, gent; and Edward Nunne of Felsham, gent., brother and heir of Geo. Nunne late of Felsham, gent; - surviving feoffees.
ii) Tyrell Prettyman of Wetherden, gent; Wm. Plampin of Felsham, gent; Thos. Brundish the elder, clerk; Thos. Brundish the younger, clerk; Robt. Goodrich; Thos. Spurgin; Wm. Scarpe; Geo. Cocksedge of Felsham; Jn. Scarpe of Bradfield St. George, gent; Henry Crossman of Felsham, gent; and Martin Cocksedge of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman.
Consideration £1..
     George died before 4 July 1685 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was buried on 4 July 1685 in Felsham. This may refer to his father.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Elizabeth Bantoft in August 1685 at Sudbury.

Children of George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Bantoft

George Cocksedge

(before 1 October 1839 - )
     George Cocksedge was born before 1 October 1839 in Bacton, Suffolk. A George Cocksedge was registered in the Sep quarter of 1839 in the Hartismere registration district (13/381). He was the son of Charles Cocksedge and Elizabeth Warren or Moore. Elizabeth and George were listed as the children of Charles Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Bacton, SFK.

George Cocksedge

(9 June 1814 - )
     George Cocksedge was christened on 9 June 1814 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Ann Pallant.