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red mail PENN
John Matthews PENN was born 29 Mar 1798 at East Stonehouse Plymouth one of four siblings born there. He later married and was living at Toxteth Park in 1841. His Father also named John a mariner died there on 9th February 1841. His death shows his age as 83 years 11 months therefore was probably born circa 1757. I wish to find his place of birth and his wifes name.
red mail Collings
I'm looking for any information about John and Ann Collings from Stone house, Devon. John was a soldier / Sergeant Royal Marines They had a daughter, Elizabeth, there in 1814
red mail LeCorney family from Stonehouse
If anyone has access to Stonehouse Baptisms circa 1814, I would be grateful if you could check the parents of William Davey LECORNEY who was born on 1 September 1814 at Stonehouse (according to his Royal Naval records) I would be happy to exchange information with anyone researching the LeCorney family in general
red mail Price family
Looking for information about Mary Ann Price born Plymouth 1816 and married James Richards in Trellech, May 1835. May possibly be the same Mary Ann Price baptised July 3rd 1816 at Emma Place Congregational Chapel
red mail The Grahams
I am looking for any info on my ancestor LT.Col Richard Graham(Married to Catherine Walsh).He had two sons Com Philip Graham,my great great grandfather and the other was Sir Fortescue Graham.they wre born 1792 and 1794 at Stonehouse Co. of Devon.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail james francis hassett
james francis hassett married to a johanna hassett both lived in east stonehouse in 1902 where johanna died in royal albert hospital devonport st aubyn they both lived at 47 high street east stonehouse they were both from ireland but whereabout unknown
Looking for further info on family of Reuben DRAKE. Father John a Butcher mother Julia. Eventually moved to Cornwall. Reuben married an Ellen WILLIAMS and he died in 1889. Reuben in Stonehouse as a child - eventually a Mariner. Census states Julia born in Dartmouth so any info on Stonehouse or Dartmouth connections appreciated.
red mail Griffiths
In researching my london family I have come across Joseph Griffiths who was born in Stonehouse and in 1841 he was 25 and in London. He was mentioned in the census as a clockmaker but in later censuses he was a bookseller. Any information would be great.
red mail Thomas Moyse, born East Stonehouse circa 1844
Can anyone help me to trace back Thomas' parents? They are believed to be James Moyse, born Cornwall, and Maria, born North Tawton, Devon. Several of Thomas' children bore the middle name 'Baker,'so I am wondering if there is a connection to William Moyse and spouse Jane Screetch of Saltash, Cornwall, who had a son Abel Baker Moyse, born circa 1787?
red mail PYM
My wife's grandfather was Samuel Arnott Pym, born 7/2/1863 at East Stonehouse. We believe that his father was Frederick Whiteford Pym, Gfather Edmund Lockyer Pym, GGFather Admiral Sir Samuel Pym. We're interested in any information about this family that might fill in gaps.
Ruby Family
Simeon ( Simon) Ruby was possibly born in Cornwall, but on 1841 census was found in Fore St, Stonehouse, Devon with wife Mary. Emma Ruby was listed as daughter ( not born in the county of Devon) who may be the Emma Ruby who married James Huband and emigrated with him to Qld, Australia in 1855. Both aged 22 years on the manifest of the "Conrad" which arrived in Moreton Bay, Queensland on 15th Nov 1855. Any links or info very welcome.
Huband Family
James (John) Huband was born in Stonehouse, Devon about 1833. His mother was Agnes - maiden surname unknown- and father was William. He married Emma Ruby and emigrated to Queensland, Australia on board the "Conrad" which arrived in Moreton Bay November 1855. James was a Mason, so could have been involved with some Memorial stones in the local cemeteries. Any links very welcome.
red mail Norman William H
I am looking for anyone who may have some information of William H Norman born c1871 Stonehouse. He married Mary F born c1871 in Dublin Ireland. They had three children Felix Louis, Patricia and Anthony. I have found them on the 1901 England Census but Anthony was not born then. Felix was 10 months old and patricia was 4 years old. I have the family living in Hampstead London. I beleive that William was an accountant. His Father I have as George Norman but I think his name has changed as he was a Merchant Sea Man from Prussia and he married Rose c 1843 who was from Stonehouse Devonshire. If anyone can help me with some more information, that would be great.... I keep coming up against brick walls...
red mail Robert William HORTOP
Born East Stonehousem 16th June 1841. Parents were Poss Daniel Hortop & Mary Anne Wymond. Robert W and Elizabeth Dolphin Hunter were married 24th September 1863 - Blakiston Australia. Any information on the family in Devon will be appreciated to trace my family antecedents.
red mail Mary & Emily Leat
1841 census shows Mary Leat, a needlewoman, living with two other needlewomen - Elizabeth ? & Eleanor Taylor. Four Leat children - Mary 10, Emily 5, Caroline 3 & John 1. Who was the husband of Mary Leat? Did the needlewomen work for John Bigland Williams, draper in East Stonehouse?
red mail William ANDREWS - Stonehouse
William Andrews born 1800'ish in Stonehouse. Married to Eliza Robinson in Birmingham in 1824. Anyone researching Andrews?
red mail KAY Family
Seeking desendants of JAMES KAY, born Ayr, Scotland 1838. Became a Soldier and then a Gardener. Married ROSETTA ? from Stonehouse, Devon. They resided 1881 at 2 Longstone Terrace East, Eastbourne. In 1901 they were at 118 Langray Road, Eastbourne. They had children - Elizabeth Ann, John James (who married Fanny ?from Longhandborough in Oxford)), Charles Henry, Rosetta Catherine, Clarence Duncan (who married Emma Newman)and Frederick William. Another later daughter Kathleen married a William Arthur Salter, a Grocer.
red mail samuel quick
searching for info about above, have death certiicate stating he died in naval hosp stonehouse aged 74 in 1880. Looking for other family members or details of naval career.
red mail HMS Implacable
Looking for information on William B Cluard, Drummer RMLI (Royal Marine Light Infantry) born Stonehouse 1849 and was serving on Implacable, Devonport in 1881
red mail East Stonehouse - PEPPIN family
Does anyone have any info upon the family of Peppin residing at E. Stonehouse ? Maybe they were of Huguenot descent?
red mail Horton and Turner families
I am the great-great granddaughter of Charles Edward Horton and Mary Flann Turner, both born about 1839 in East Stonehouse, married 28/5/1860 in London, continued to live in Islington until they died. Charles was a printer by trade. Both their fathers, Joseph Horton and James Turner are listed on their marriage certificate as musicians. According to the 1851 and 1871 censuses, James was also a Greenwich Hospital pensioner living in Chapel Street, East Stonehouse. Any information about the Horton or Turner families most welcome.
red mail Cummings Family
I am the g.g. granddaughter of SAMPSON CUMMINGS, born in Stonehouse in 1850, married SARAH in Plymouth in 1869 & registered in the 1871 census as living at 55 CECIL STREET, STONEHOUSE, with their son SAMPSON, Sampson snr. was a carpenter/joiner. I can track them from there to London, but have no info. prior to these dates - can anyone help me please?? Thanks! Heather Wood (nee Cummings) NB the spelling maybe COMMINGS or similar prior to 1850!
red mail tilley
looking for details on thomas tilley died in stone house round about 1890's also his father his name was john tilley he was a clothier thomas tilley served aboard the hms prince albert 1860 any information on that would be good can anyone look up his naval records for me as well thankyou
Goss family
I'm interested in any information on the Goss family, please. I'm descended from Thomas Martin Goss, born 1841 in East Stonehouse
red mail Matilda Hurford
Looking for parents or relations of Matilda Hurford born 1863/64 in Plymouth.Was a scholar aged 17 on 1881 census at 'Royal School for Daughters of Officers' Lansdow,Charlcombe,Somerset.
Info on any family of my wife's father,born 22.11.1909 Stonehouse n/r Plymouth. he had an aunt Alice Pettick His father was killed first world war, mother in child birth.
red mail Shaw, Cook Families
Looking for any information regarding Elias Payne Shaw family and/or the family of Edward Cook, daughter Rebecca who married Elias Payne Shaw. Her brother John James Cook and other children remained in the Devon area. Thank you,
red mail Perry
Looking for any info on Perry's from East Stonehouse, My Great Great Grandmother was Elizabeth Ann Perry(1834), her father was Thomas Perry, mother yet unknown. She married Thomas H Willing (Royal Navy)from E. Stonehouse, then married Edward Niles from Devonport, Stoke Damerel. Any info out there.
red mail Hannaford
I am looking for any relatives of Florence Selina Hannaford b east stonehouse 1873. She was in service in plymouth in 1891 but moved to Chorley Lancashire by 1895, into service of another family. She married Robert Henry Newsham in 1895.
East Stonehouse
I am interested in any information to help with my historical research of East Stonehouse. I would especially like old photos/postcards or memories. I can also provide some genealogical assistance for families in the area.
red mail Calcutt Davis
William Henry Calcutt b c1864 and wife Elizabeth b c1868 (nee Davis) were living at 5 Newport St.East Stonehouse , children Louisa b c1889 ,Amy c1895 & John Morris b1906 Devonport ,William H c1890 & Eva c1893 East Stonehouse, & Issac b c1898 Plymouth. on 1891 census William down as Royal Marine,but on John Morris Calcutt birth certificate says stoker RN.
Royal Marines L.i.
Looking for connections to ALFRED LINGWOOD Corporal RMLI circa 1880 married EMMA TRELAWNEY HUSBAND born St Austell Cornwall and witnesses to their marriage in 1878 by the name of LUXTON
red mail Hurford (Royal Marines) Davies
James Hurford married Mary Davies and had at least 4 of their 23 children born in East Stonehouse,Clementina Mary Ann 1861 William James 1852 & John Henry 1859,and Elizabeth Ellen b1858 died 9 months old 1859 At least 2 others where born in Bridgwater,Somerset.James was in the Royal Marines from 1841-1862, and went from a private up to a colour sgt.He was on board HMS:Malabar 1841-1844,Acteaon(?)1844-1848,Impregnable 1850-1851 and St Jean D'Acre 1853-1856.
Shopland, Hogg Vella
Searching for information on any of the above named families living in the area c1850 to c1930.
red mail Stonehouse Poor Law Union 1850
Stonehouse - White - 1850 - p 691 The parish workhouse was erected in 1801, when the old one was taken down. It has room for 130 paupers, & the parish forms a union & registration district under the new Poor Law; & in 1838, expended £3005.14s in maintaining its in & out door poor. Mr Richard Rodd is the union clerk & supt.registrar; Mr J Capron is relieving officer; Mr Joseph & Mrs Piercy are master & matron of the Workhouse.
red mail Scofield & Marsland
Seeking connections, living Stonehouse early 20thc. See also Plymouth and Devonport.

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