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Our common ancestors - Throckmorton - Contents

Coughton Court, Coughton, Warwickshire

Coughton Court, at Coughton, S of Birmingham, S of Redditch, N of Alcester.
See Google Maps and
Pronounced "Coat-un".

Coughton Court. The W side (the front).
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Coughton, Warwickshire, was seat of de Spineto family in 1300s.
Inherited through marriage by Throckmorton 1409.
The Tudor gatehouse in the centre of the present house was constructed c.1530, in the time of Sir George Throckmorton, Kt.
Seat of the Catholic Throckmortons.
Seat of Throckmortons, Baronets (cr 1642).
Baronetcy extinct 1994.
Descendants of Throckmorton still live there today.

Coughton Court.
From old map. Surveyed: 1885. Published: 1886.

Coughton Court.
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From Google Maps.

Coughton Court, the W side (the front)

Coughton Court, the E side (the back)

Coughton Court, interior

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