The TWOCOCK Family of London, Watermen
This Tree has its definite origins with John, a Waterman, who had two sons baptised at Westminster St Clement Dane. The first, John in 1740/1 was buried there in 1743. Then came Robert in 1745 who is the ancestor of all those called TWOCOCK today. However as you can see from the dotted line above John, I believe that he too has his roots in Hampshire, although this time on the south coast. There was a Robert baptised at Hambledon in 1649 who had a son John baptised at Fareham in 1684. He married twice, but I have yet to find any baptisms for him. My theory is that John was his son.
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Last revised: 12th February 2011
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