FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
RICHARD AND KATHERINE GASCOIGNE
Richard Gascoigne was christened 20 September 1640 in Warmington,
Warwickshire, the son of Richard Gascoigne, yeoman farmer of
Warmington. Richard married Katherine. Richard worked as a labourer.
In the Hearth Tax Returns for 1670 for Warmington, three Gascoignes
are mentioned. In the document they are listed as Gaskins: Widow
Gaskin, Matthew Gaskin, and Richard Gaskin.
Richard is listed in the 1671 Hearth Tax Returns for Warmington.
Richard Gascoigne in the 1671 Hearth Tax Return for Warmington
Richard died and was buried 15 September 1703 in Warmington.
Burial record of Richard Gascoigne in Warmington: "Richard
Gascoign (labourer) was buryed Septem. ye 15th)
Katherine died as a widow 17 Jan 1704 in Warmington.
Burial record for Katherine Gascoigne in Warmington: "Katherine
Gascoign widdow buryed Jan. ye 17th"
Richard and Katherine had the following children:
1. Mary, buried 26 May 1670 in Warmington.
*2. Anne, christened 6 October 1672; married John
Nelder 11 January 1701 in Warmington.
Baptism record for Ann Gascoigne in Warmington: "Ann Gascoyne
daughter of Richard Gascoyne bapt. Octob: 6"
3. Mary, christened 13 June 1675 in Warmington.
4. Richard, christened 17 September 1676 in Warmington.
SOURCE: Warmington parish register, www.ancestor.co.uk.
FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
Richard Gascoigne was born in about 1610 of Warmington. He was a
yeoman farmer in Warmington.
Richard died and was buried 2 July 1678 in Warmington.
Burial record for Richard Gascoigne in Warmington: "Richard
Gascognes senjor, buried, July 2d"
Richard is mentioned in a document for Warmington in 1657:
"Declaration of uses of rights of common of pasture for 30 sheep
and 10 lambs in Warmington, conveyed by indentures dated 30th June
1657 by Richard Gascoigne of Warmington yeoman, to the
parties listed therein having been recently bought by him from
Joseph Draper of Warmington yeoman. The consideration of £35 was
put up, to the use that the said pasture should be unstored with
sheep, in order that it may be improved, by the following land
holders and freeholders in Warmington in proportion to the amount
of land they hold:- John Wootton clerk, rector of the parish
church, Anthony Pettipher, gent., Richard Claridge, William
Claridge, Ezechiel Huggins, Thomas Perkins, Richard Hemminges,
Simon Davyes, Richard Judd the elder, James Hemminges, Richard
Askill, Richard Rose, Simon Davyes, carpenter, John Hill, William
Goodwyn, gent., Richard Coleman, Thomas Bennitt, Thomas Plant,
John Perkins, Thomas Perkins, Joseph Draper, Richard Judd the
younger, Richard Davyes, Thomas Collins, John Coleman, John
Collins, Joane Collins, John Gascoigne, Henry Huggins,
Robert Harris, and Richard Gascoigne. 31st October 1657."
Richard had the following children:
1. John, born about 1635 of Warmington;
married Alice; buried 25 July 1670 in Warmington.
2. Elizabeth, christened 3 February 1637
in Warmington; buried 8 April 1641 in Warmington.
*3. Richard, christened 20
Baptism record for Richard Gascoigne in Warmington: "Richard
Gascoigne the sonne of Richard Gascoigne
of Warmington was baptized the two and twentieth daie of
4. Thomas, christened 11 December 1642 in
5. William, christened 1 December 1644 in
6. Matthew, christened 12 February 1647 in
Warmington; married Elizabeth Tenant 3 January 1677 in Ladbroke,
Warwickshire; listed on Hearth Tax Returns in 1671 in Warmington.
SOURCES: Warmington parish register, www.ancestry.co.uk.
Other Gascoignes found in early Warmington records were:
- John Gascoigne, had a daughter Anne christened in 1639
in Warmington; John was buried 23 August 1643 in Warmington.
- Thomas Gascoigne had a daughter Rebecca christened in
1643 in Warmington.
- Hugh Gascoigne of Warmington was buried 23 August
- Elizabeth Gascoigne was christened 27 July 1651 in
Warmington, with no parents listed. She may be another daughter
There is a will for John Gascon of Warmington proven 12 May
1592. In the will he mentions "my wyfe", "John my eldest
sonne", "Abrahym my youngest", "Alis my daughter"
and "Jone my daughter".
Will of John Gascon of Warmington, 1592