Buggins’ turn to learn about their family roots

Buggins’ turn to learn about their family roots

Buggins’ turn to learn about their family roots

First published in Letters

I RECENTLY put a request in this column to ask if any potential relatives of mine were interested in learning about their ancestors.

I have had a few enquiries, and have now completed family trees on each of my family lines, namely, Cooper, Buggins, Moss and Thornett as well as my great-grandmother's families, Pratley, Scarrott and Holifields, so if any more readers are interested in their family history and recognise any of these surnames, and wish to learn more, I am willing to email or post what I have discovered to them.

I can be contacted by email at stuartcooper89@gmail.com or call 07910 399132.

Stuart Cooper, 1 Watermill Way, Headington, Oxford, OX3 8XA

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