Masters and Powell Family History


Local History - Warwick

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Warwick is the County town of Warwichshire, England and is situated twenty miles south of Birmingham. 

The County Records Office (CRO) holds many of the original records relating to the Masters family in the area.

During this period in Warwick's history there were Quakers in the area, and there were also quaker links with Charlecote.

Warwick boasts an impressive castle which figured in the English Civil War 1642 to 1648, and is still well preserved.
warwick castle
Warwick Castle
Some Masters were living in Warwick in the 17th, 18th and 19th century.  Several of the family were born there, before moving to Charlecote. Many Masters are buried in church-yards at Warwich including

The family has been traced to addresses in Warwick at 

See also:-
Map of Warwick

Warwick areas of interest

Coten end St Mary's Ch St Nich
Coten End,Warwick
from the Crown Hotel looking 
towards Emscote Road
St Mary's Church, 
St Nicholas Church, 
coten end from the crown st marys church st nicholas church
BMSGH - Monumental inscriptions for St Mary, Warwick
BMSGH - Monumental inscriptions for St Pauls, Warwick
BMSGH - Monumental inscriptions for Cemetery, Birmingham Road, Warwick
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Link to Warwickshire areas

Cities and Towns

  • Bedworth 
  • Coalville 
  • Coleshill  
  • Kenilworth  
  • Lapworth  
  • Leamington Spa  
  • Market Bosworth  
  • Nuneaton  
  • Rugby 
  • Shipston on Stour  
  • Southam 
  • Stratford-upon-Avon  
  • Warwick 
  • Wellesbourne  
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