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Beer Devon
BEER. Famous for a rare craftsmanship still practised in its thatched cottages and quaint old houses, the fishing village of Beare on the lovely South Devon coast is full of romance.

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red mail SYDENHAM in BEER, DEVON
Does anybody have any information on MARTHA SYDENHAM (born 1806) in Beer, Devon? I am finding it very difficult to find her parents. I have information on her life after she left Devon but nothing while she was there. I know that there were/are lots of Sydenhams in the area, but I can't seem to link any to Martha. Any help/leads would be much appreciated.
red mail PENLIGEN AVANT EFFORD
Researching the Penligen family of Dartmouth, Beer and Plymouth, Devon. Also Mary Lear(nee Efford)and Avant families.
red mail Badcock
William Ingerson Badcock, wife Rhoda (Harding)b.1859 daughter Eva Elsie Ingerson Badcock b.1891, William born Lympstone Devon b.1859, Living in Beer 1891 & 1901 &1911 living at 4 Laburnum Place.
red mail Turner/Bailey
I am looking for information on John Turner B.1781 in Beer, Seaton. He married Mary Bailey B. 1789. They had a son Alfred Rooke Turner.
red mail Westlake Family
Looking for any information of the Westlake family especially James Westlake b. abt 1823 in Beer, married a Mary Snell. Thanks in anticipation of any help
red mail Newton
I am searching for the Newton family from Beer.
red mail Aplin Hammett
I am searching the Aplin and Hammett families of Beer my G.G. Grandmother was Charlotte Hammett who married John Aplin in 1840.
red mail Emigrated to Canada
JAMES TROTT was born at Seaton @ Beer 06 April 1788 and married ELIZABETH STROUD - called Betsy. She was born 30 December 1812 in Black Torrington. His eldest son, JOHN, born 29 May 1813 emigrated to Ontarioin Canada with his brother WILLIAM in the early 1800s. Does anyone research Trott in the Seaton, Beer area? DNA testing says this man's descendants are a near match to my husband, so we'd like to find a common ancestor. Thank you, Ivy.
red mail horsford
seeking information on the horsford family of beer
red mail GIBBS family from BEER
I am a descendant of George Gibbs and his wife Sarah ? George was born in Beer 1802 and he was in the Coastguard Service. He and his family also lived in Dawlish and Shoreham (Sussex) Their children were Sarah Ann, John, Elizabeth, Mary Ann and George. George sen. and Sarah are both buried in Shoreham. Does anyone have any further info on the Gibbs family please
red mail Driver
Looking for any links to and descendants of Robert Driver c1791 in Beer.
red mail AYRES of Beer, Devon
Looking for information on the Ayres family of Beer, Devon. Spelled variously HARE, HARES, HAIRS, AYRE, AYRES, from 1700.
red mail Jane Ann Hoskins b. 1836 Beerferris, daughter of James Hoksins
Looking for my gg grandmother Jane Ann Hoskins' family. Jane Ann Hoskins b 1836 ,Beerferris, Devon, England. She married William Hooper b 1832 , Calstock, Cornwall,England--Aug 1854 in Middletown, Connecticut ,USA. Found a Hoskins family in the 1841 census Beerferris-- James Hoskins 40 blacksmith--- Elizabeth Hoskins 40--- Mary 12--- Elizabeth 10-- Jane 5 --- James 15 months ---- 1851 census for Calstock, Cornwall-- James 53 blacksmith--- Elizabeth 50-- Jane 14--- Caroline 8--- William 2--- This family has another daughter ,Grace b 1824--not at home in the 1841 census. Grace married Peter Doidge. Mary married William Eselby(Ezelby) Know that Grace and Mary are the daughters of this family but have no proof that my gg grandmother is their daughter. All I have is that in William Hooper's Bible it states that his wife was born Aug.1836 ,Beerferris,Devon,England and that her father was James Hoskins. At the bottom of the page--a note--grandmother Hoskins' maiden name HANCOCK, born Jan 1,1800. Do anyone have any information on this Hoskins family? Hilma
red mail Chick family
Looking for any records of the Chick family especially George Eli and Lucy Frances Chick
red mail Smugglers
Near Beer there used to be a place called Roncombe's Girt, now called Roncombe's Gate - but all we could find there was a signpost! On November 2, 1787 a fight took place there between smugglers and excise men, and two excise officers were killed.They were WILLIAM JENKINS and WILLIAM SCOTT. Our ancestor, GEORGE SALTER, of Kentisbeare, was one of the smugglers. Have always wanted to find out something about the men who were killed. Any information most gratefully received. Thank you. Ivy,South Africa.
red mail APLIN
I am searching the name APLIN, Beer, Devon, 1800/2000. Any contacts of information would be appreciated.
red mail HAMMETT
I am searching the name HAMMETT, Beer, Devon, 1800/2000. Any contacts or informtion would be appreciated.
red mail HOLMES
I am earching the name HOLMES in Beer, Devon, 1800/1950. Any contacts would be appreciated.
red mail Bond
anybody researching the Bond family, Beer, Devon any period


 
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