Very much work in progress as I am still researching the wider
though the Colemans tree is related to the Sherard Family -
I am looking for the last link to match the two trees together.
Said to be derived from one Scirrard, who came with William
the Conqueror, and obtained lands in Chester and Lancaster,
England. As a local name, it may signify in Anglo Saxon, a high
cliff; rocky heights, from Scearard.
||The Sherard name is derived from the
name "Sherwood" and with several other similar
The Sherard Family tree PDF download
Stapleford Hall and Park
(ancestral Home for over 500 years)
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