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PLYMOUTH is immortal in the annals of mankind forever. To stand on Plymouth Hoe is to see the finest spectacle on our English coast, and to feel the thrill of something eternal in our race. From the great heigh... more
 
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Gillards In Plymouth 1800 - 1840
George & Susannah Gillard's children:- George m. Nancy Selleck @ Bickleigh 07.01.1818; John m. Jane Gay @ Charles the Martyr 17.09.1826; Thomas m. Ann Bowden @ ditto 21.12.1826. Susannah died 1846 & Ann 1839 @ Plymouth
red mail Young
I am looking for the parents of Ann Langford Young born Plymouth 1799.She married Willian Mcleod Bannatyne at St Michaels,Bristol in 1817 and died in 1861.Her father could possibly have been Joseph but his name on the marriage register is illegible.As she has the name Langford as a second name I am assuming that the name Langford features in her immediate family, could her mother perhaps have been a Langford? Any help would be most appreciated.
Plymouth 1855 Trelawney
TRELAWNEY I am looking for a possible connection to the name TRELAWNEY the middle name of my G/Grandmother EMMA TRELAWNEY HUSBAND of St Austell Cornwall Believed to be illegitimate born circa 1855 possible that middle name refers to childs father.Her mother was ELIZABETH HUSBAND born St Austell 1821 any connection to either name welcome
Ettey Husband 1862
I am looking for any connection to my Great grandmothers cousin ETTEY HUSBAND born 1862 in Plymouth Ettey is living with my G/grandmother in the 1871 census in St Austell my G/grandmother was EMMA HUSBAND born 18545 reported to be in St Austell, daughter of ELIZABETH HUSBAND born St Austell circa 1822 Any possible connection sought
red mail Dodge, Eliza Jane
Looking for information on Eliza Jane Dodge, born in Plymouth, England, about 1858, came to America about 1863, settled in Michigan. May have had a sister. Later married a John Quinlin in Michigan. Any information welcome.
red mail Harris
Looking for info re Sampson Harris chief Engineer RN. Died Clarendon Terrace Plymouth 1866. Married Charlotte Augusta Ryan.
red mail Truscott Plymouth
I am trying to trace Stephen George Truscott b.1913 in the district of Devonport.In 1938 he was a city bus conductor and living in Crantock Tce Devonport.Any news of him or his family greatly appreciated.
red mail Jane Or Samantha
I AM LOOKING FOR MY NIECES FATHERS NAME FRED AND MOTHERS NAME PHIL LAST KNOWN IN PLYMOUTH , I AM THIER AUNTIE SANDRA AND WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM THEM
red mail Milo/tucker
Looking for any information concerning Maud Mary Tucker nee Milo, born 1 June 1879 at 38 Cherry Garden Street, Devonport Plymouth Devon.
red mail Kemp Family
Frederick John Kemp, b.1872 Plymouth. Served in Boar War,worked for the Post Office,and then served in the Royal Artillary in the First World War.Moved to Essex sometime beg. of 20th Cen. One brother 'Frank' known. Wife Frances Ann Barnard.
red mail Joyner
When Owen Joyner married in 1926 aged 23 years he gave his residence as St. President Harding (is that correct?) in Plymouth and occupation House decorator. His father was Charles Joyner (deceased) whose profession was a Captain Mercantile Marine.Do these figure in your family tree?
Radford Family
researching Charles Radford naval officer married Elizabeth Farmer Martin in Plymouth 1895. had three children Charles, Albert and May. moved to Liverpool and training officer on t.s.AKbar. Can anyone help with Plymouth i.e.Birth certificate etc
red mail Canada Needs Help
looking for any info on the following families: Kingdom, Sprye,Benney,Deeble; have some info which covers 1550s to 1800s. also having trouble with "millbrooke,and damarell" and "maker"-are they villages,reg.districts,parishes??? thanks in advance, Brandi
East Stonehouse
Looking for any connection to ALFRED LINGWOOD Corporal in the Royal Marines Light Infantry who married EMMA HUSBAND in the Parish Church AND in the Registery Office at Stonehouse in 1881 they were living in Admiralty Street with Emma's Mother ELIZABETH HUSBAND age 60 born St Austell Cornwall as was EMMA circa 1855 AlFRED was born NORWICH NORFOLK 1856
Atkins
looking for info on frederick ernest ATKINS b1855 Plymouth and william ernest ATKINS b1880 Plymouth married Tasker
red mail Brotheridge, Smallman, Smeeton, Mitchel, Carey-smith, Watson.
The above named are all branches of the SMEETON line. Please if you have any connections can you contact me.
red mail Scofield & Marsland & Nicholson
Looking for any connections of above families, living Stonehouse, early 20thc. Amy NICHOLSON,(nee Marsland) widow, married Ernest SCOFIELD (born Ernest Scofield SKYRME)about 1903. Amy's daughter Dorothy Nicholson emigrated to New York State. Many descendants of Ernest & Amy still in Plymouth area, but lost touch with others. See also Devonport.
West, Adams
Susan WEST was born 22 Jan 1838 in Plymstock, daughter of Joseph WEST and Sarah ADAMS, whose wedding I have yet to find. Can anyone help? S. Ackroyd
red mail East Stonehouse.plymouth
I am looking for any info.on George James Harris and Edith Sweet particuarly at 66 High st.East Stonehouse in late 1800's early 1900's.
red mail Lethbridge
Benjamin James Lethbridge m. Christiana Searle. Married 1851.Both were born about 1834.Plymouth,Devon
red mail Charles Alfred Jarvis
Searching for the parents of Charles Alfred Jarvis, born 1849 in Plymouth. His son, Charles Alfred Jarvis V.C., was born in Carnoustie, Scotland.Charles Jnr, is believed to have sisters living in London when he won the V.C.,in WW1.Any information appreciated
Looking For Cornish In Plymouth/wembury
Has anyone got William Cornish, seaman of HMS Triton? He married Elizabeth Taylor 7 Dec 1799 at Plymouth St Andrews and they had a daughter, Sarah, b.c. 1801 in Wembury. William Cornish died before 1809 when his widow remarried. I'd like to know howand where he died and whether anyone has a connection with him.
red mail Townes
Desire info on Thomas Townes, Lord Mayor of Plymouth 1620, at time of Mayflower sailing to VA. Desire info on Humphrey Townes, Lord May of Plymouth 1597. "History of Plymouth" states "The fortunes of several county families were laid atPlymouth. The Townes bought Plympton Priory lands at the dissolution, that property subsequently passing to the Luttrells of Dunster."
Shoplands In Plymouth
Several Shopland families were living in Plymouth during the 1800s & 1900s. I am trying to sort out various branches especially where wives are concerned- of whom I do not have maiden names in all cases. Therefore any assistance would be appreciated
red mail Shalders
Looking for any information on Henry Richard Shalders b1858 Norfolk Ipswich StStephens,married in the Register Office in1879 to Sarah King Lawrence b1852? Devon Plymouth. Children Henry b1884 Aldershot, Frederick b1888 Norfolk Norwich,Lily b1893 Devon Plymouth. Henry Senior believed to be in Granby Barracks around 1880's Henry Junior joined Army in approx 1899. I cant seem to get any leads on this family and any help would be great,even any leads on Granby Barracks would be helpful.
red mail Howarth
Does anyone have any information about James ,William and Samuel Howarth who were born in Plymouth(early 19th century), but whose family may have originated in Lancashire. They were all in the Army and moved around a great deal - they are proving elusive so any help would be appreciated
red mail Veale / Lobb
John VEALE s/o Ananias VEALE and Jane SAUNDERS christened Moretonhampstead 1837 married Elizabeth Ann LOBB d/o William LOBB and Jane POOLEY christend Liskeard, Cornwall abt 1838. John and Elizabeth Ann were married at St Andrews Church, Plymouth 3 November 1856. Six children located so far, the first three being born in Plymouth: Georgina Eliza Smallridge (1862); Emily Elizabeth Horwell (1865); Florence Mary Ann (1868) Frederick John (Bristol 1875); Harry Alfred (Bristol 1877) and William Henry(Bristol 1879)


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