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red mail Edith Ford
Edith Ford was a relative of my grandmother - Elizabeth Ann who married Edward John Mathewson (Matthewson) not sure which spelling is correct. I believe the Ford family (James, Edith, Frederic who were some of the siblings) lived in Molton, Devon. My Grandmother's census record shows she was born in 1864 in Bishop's Nympton. Does anyone have any information in connection with either family please?
WEBBER AND VERABY FARM
Interested to exchange information with anyone researching Webber's in the Bishop's Nympton area and who have lived or farmed at Veraby.
red mail Cole
Researching the COLE family predominately of Bishops Nympton (additional links to Knowstone and South Molton). Currently traced back to c. 1700, migrating to London c. 1865. Many associated names (Devon), main associated names (London) Bone, Cuthbert, Heacock and Murrell. Willing to exchange information.
red mail Smith and Bond
Looking for a John Smith b. 1817 Rose Ash, married 1841 a Mary Bond, b. 1821 Bishops Nympton. Came to Australia 1849 and had 6 chn.
red mail Henry Ponsford
I am looking for the family history of Henry Ponsford born South Hill,Bishops Nympton on 10/12/1833, who eventually moved to South Wales.
WILLIAM and MARY
Looking to find information on WILLIAM SHORT of BISHOPSNYMPTON he married a MARY JANE CROCKER. same area.dont know what year they were married but they had a daughter named SELINA in 1873.my grandmother. she eventually married a JOHN WILLIAM SLARK in WINDSOR he was born in 1872.
red mail Gatchill, blackmore
Any info. on marriage of John Gatchill to Margerye Blackmore in 1577, Bishops Nympton,Devon,Eng.


 
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