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red mail ELIZABETH HEMBURROW
Elizabeth was born in 1793 in Morebath, Devon. I beleive her parents to be John Hemburrow and Joan Warren. Susan
red mail BASS
Looking for information about then BASS family who lived at Morebath c. 1762. Am Particularly interested in Ann BASS who later married John RIDLER from Brushford.
red mail DREW FLUELLEN
John Drew was born in Morebath c.1826 and was a blacksmith. He married Ann Fluellen who was born in Plymouth c. 1828. The marriage has not been found but was probably in Plymouth c. 1860. By 1866 the family was living in Chelsham, Surrey where their 2 children Alice and Laura were born. In the 1881 census John was still a blacksmith in Croydon. Any information on John and Ann's birth and marriage dates please. Ann was possibly the daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Fluellen from Exeter St Thomas.
red mail Hemburrow Family
I am trying to find out something - anything -about my 4G Grandmother, Mary HEMBURROW. She married George FARMER at Luxborough, Somerset in 1816, and according to the 1851 census she was born circa 1797 at Morebath. To date I haven't been able to find any data about the lady - not even any HEMBURROWs, HEMBOROUGHs, HEMBURYs, etc. from Morebath. Does anybody recognise this family name, and perhaps know of a Morebath connection?
red mail Burton And Tarr
James Burton married Elizabeth Tarr 29-April-1824. Daughter of above Mary Burton married George Tidball abt 1847. Have not being able to find marriage entry.
red mail Morebath, Devon
Looking for info on Gordon William Woods born around 1890


 
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