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Holsworthy Devon
HOLSWORTHY. It is a quiet market town with two striking viaducts by which the railway comes and goes. In the centuries that have gone its lands belonged to John of Gaunt and the mother of Henry the Seventh; tod... more
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Mary Coombe born Holsworthy 1872 daughter of John & Tomasine Coombe of Bodmin St. Holsworthy. Is this lady in your family tree ? She was my Gt/aunt but can find no trace of her after 1881.
red mail Holsworthy Poor Law Union 1850
Holsworthy Union - White - 1850 - p 787 The total average expenditure on the poor, during the 3 years preceding the formation of the Union, was £4173. The expenditure in 1838 was £2903; in 1839, £3321; & in 1849 £3662, including £670 for county rates. Mr George Braund is union clerk & supt.registrar. A workhouse has not yet been erected for this Union, but there is a small Poorhouse in the town.

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