The earliest parts of Holy Trinity Chuch date back to the early part of the 12th century during the reign of Henry I by Earl Roger of Clare, a close relative of the royal family. Soon after it came into the possession of the wealthy Augustinian abbey of Cirencester. The church benefited greatly from this and most of the present building was completed in the 13th century. It was greatly extended from the original Norman building. It is said that it was almost doubled in length, had trancepts added and a great central tower.
This Roe Family Tree website focuses on the Roe family that exited Northamptonshire, ENGLAND and emigrated to NEW ZEALAND. There are a number of other families here related to the Roe family by marriage, the main families here are the Bowyer, Tunnicliffe, Molloy, Harman, Hughes and Hannah families.
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