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red mail Mrs Graves
My grandmother used to do Mrs Graves' laundry, in the early 1900's. She gave my gran's children sweets at Christmas.This lady lived at Sunnybanks. I have an idea that she could have employed my mother. I would be pleased to have any information on this lady .
red mail The Hosking family.
I would like any information on Susan Rosa Hoskings and William Hoskings and their family who lived in Ipplepen in the 1800's and early 1900's. This family had also lived in Payhembury.
red mail James Cox
My great great Grandad James Cox was living in 1871 with wife Elizabeth and 5 children James George Eliz Henry and Jno I would love to know where they were living in Ipplepen The census just says 75
red mail Eales Family
Hi I am looking for anyone that is or knows of the Eales family in ipplepen, my father in lawFrancis Samuel Eales was born in ipplepen in 1917 to samuel Harry and Martha kate Wicks if anyone can help it would be great to hear from you. Thanks Lou
red mail Fletcher
If anyone has any information on the Fletcher Family I would be interested. Henry Fletcher was married to Maria Stevens after her death c1869 he then married her sister Susanna Radden Stevens they had a son George Henry Fletcher dob 1871
red mail elizabeth hawkins
elizabeth hawkins was born ipplepen and married john mare 1775 in st marychurch.anyone know any hawkins ?
red mail Pack(e) family
I am looking for any members of the Packe family, from 1750 onwards
Murray
I am looking for any information on my maternal grandmother Ethel Mary Murray and her husband Alexander lived in Ipplepen around 1918 - 1939.


 
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