Do you have King Cole 1000a.d.-1062 a.d. listed?

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Between 1000 a.d. and 1062 or 1064 a.d. there was a King Named Cole that had a castle near Cole's Creek south of Birmingham, England. I am trying to tracebhis kin before him.
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Yes, search for the name 'Coel Hen'. Also called 'Colius Hen I'. 'King Cole' was a nickname from the later nursery rhyme.
by Bob Fields G2G6 (9.4k points)
selected by Maggie N.
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Hi: Have you tried to contact the Birmingham OPC. Not sure they have one..

type it in your browser if they have a web site it should come up. Also try

to locate the Archives in the library in that area they might have a book or

articles printed regarding the Castle...Hope some of my suggestions help.

Let me know...Marie.
by Marie Chantigny G2G6 Mach 2 (26.4k points)

Hi: I found a book website that you might want to check out

                 http://www.worldcat.org.........Marie

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