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Uffculme Devon
UFFCULME. Lying on the sunny slope of a hill, it has an ancient church and a market square with 16th century shambles. Now covered by a roof, the shambles is today a rough kind of table where market produce is ... more
 
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red mail clist
Has anybody records of the Clist family of Uffculme, I am trying to trace my wife,s family. relating to Hannah dau of James Clist Hannah married in Oxford to J Hazell. thank you
red mail Baker family of Uffculme, then Barnstaple
Any evidence or further details on Thomas BAKER & Priscilla AMORY, Thomas BAKER, (1721) & Ann STILES, Thomas BAKER (1758) & Mary BARON (m 1785 Barnstaple) most welcome.
red mail Ann Roe married to Richard Waldron
Looking for information on Ann Roe born in about 1695 in Uffculme. I have no info on her parents, but I think she married Richard Waldron and they had a daughter Ann born about 1719. She married William Letton and they are the parents of Ann Letton (more famously known as Nancy Perriam). Can anyone help me re the history of Ann Roe's parents and/or siblings?
Southey of Uffculme
Looking for birth info and parents of Thomas Southey (fl. 1770-1785). Can't locate his birth in IGI, and he doesn't appear on the 1841 census. I'm not sure if he was born in Uffculme, but all of his children were, between 1771 and 1786. He was married to Joan (unknown surname) and father of Margaret (1771-), George (1773), Joan (1775-), Mary (1777-), Thomas (c. 1779-), Anne (1779-), James (1784-), and John (1786-1854). I believe that Thomas married Harriott Hope in 1805 in Uffculme (I've found the IGI record for the marriage and subsequent children, but I can't yet confirm that the two Thomases are the same person). John married Mary (unknown surname), date unknown, and they lived in Uffculme until their deaths.
red mail Tozer/James
Joan TOZER married John JAMES 1777 in Halberton. Would love to contact any desendants of these two families
red mail The Byrd Family
Seeking information on William & Mary Byrd. Had sons William b1837 and Thomas b1835. Eventually moved to Bridgwater
red mail Baker, Robert & Mary (Trott)
I have a Robert Baker who married an ancestress, Mary Trott. Their son THOMAS married JANE GREENSLADE, and they had a son THOMAS born in 1868. We haven't yet gone further in this research.
red mail sweetland of uffculme/culmstock
John SWEETLAND, born UFFCULME around 1807, married mary/ mellany/ emelia MARKS in 1832 in CULMSTOCK. emelia has a sister, Ann, who is with them in CULMSTOCK in 1841, by which time they have 5 children: william, james, john, arthur and elizabeth. by 1851, they are living in PADDINGTON, LONDON, and john is a gas fitter and smith. they have another son, albert, born 1846. in 1868, albert marries martha EVANS, from HAVERFORDWEST. martha is the sister of my great, great grandmother, esther. i would love to make contact with anyone connected with these families. kristin.
red mail uffculme
william chard married joan cotterel in 1798 in uffculme,they were my gggggrandparents i would to find an earlier generation in devon
red mail GILLARD
I am looking for infomation about John Gillard who was born in Uffculme, Devon. He married Harriet Long in Wellington in 1815 and died in Wellington in 1829
red mail Christopher Sparkes
Christopher Sparkes son of William & Mary baptized 15 October 1820.
red mail Eliza born 1809 or 1811.
We have no surname for Eliza, but she was born in Hockworthy and married WILLIAM WOOD born 1799 in Uffculme.Their son WILLIAM EDWARD WOOD born 1854 married SARAH TROTT born 1856 in Uffculme, and she was the daughter of ROBERT TROTT born 1816. Robert's father, FRANCIS TROTT born 1790 had married a MARY WOOD. Any info on the WOOD families would be gratefully received. Thank you, Ivy.
red mail Cotterill
Does anyone know of a Solomon Cotterill living in Uffculme around 1810 who married a Sarah and moved to Cullompton where they had at least 3 children including David, William, and Sarah,before moving to Bradford West Yorkshire.
red mail Gallop family
Thomas Gallop was born 1837 in Uffculme and married Sarah forse. He was a blacksmith. They had at least 2 children, Charles 1856 and William 1858. Would like to hear from anyone researching this family.
red mail Spark(e)s
Loooking for family of Christopher Sparkes. Born about 1820 in Uffculme married Joanna Flood in 1843 in Whitestaunton Somerset.
red mail Woolcott
My great-grandmother, Anna Caroline Woolcott, was born in Uffculme in 1838 and died in Cullompton in 1932. Her father was Edward Churley (or Edward Charles) Woolcott, her mother was Anna Coles. I would be very interested in hearing any other information about this family. There were at least 2 other siblings, Edward and Mark (carpenter and cabinet maker respectively).
red mail John Pearcy - b. 1737
Looking for information on the family of John Pearcy, b. 1737 in Uffculme, immigrated to Virginia. His father is reported to be John Pearcy, b. 1710. Looking for connection between this family and the Pearcy's living in Burlescombe, Devon, in the 1600's.
red mail Handford family
James Handford married Mary Trott in Uffculme, Devon in 1816 by licence. James was a butcher. I have details of the Trott side of the family with thanks to someone tracing that side. My main task now, is to search for James Handford and his ancestors. There is a William Handford born in 1796 in Uffculme and I am querying whether this is actually 'James'. According to some people, it was not uncommon for the child to be baptised under the fathers name, whether by accident or otherwise. James and Mary moved to Bristol, Mary died and James remarried to another Mary. He died in Bristol in 1843. The Handford family then moved to Birmingham, this is where my father was born in 1915.
red mail Quick
John Quick married Judith Coombe(Cumbe) of Plymtree Nov. 5, 1711. Any ifo from this date until the 1800 would be appreciated.
red mail SPURWAY
Looking for the Spurways' of Uffculme and surrounding areas. JAMES SPURWAY eventually lived and married in London. Married Susanna Kitt there in 1819.
red mail Willacott (wellacott) of Uffculme
I am searching for any information regarding a John Willacott, Born in Uffculme in 1854. He married Eliza Jane Hodder 1882 and on his marriage certificate his Father was named William Willacott, they had a son John. Any help would be appreciated
red mail Webber
I am searching from infromation about the WEBBERs from Uffculme, Halberton, Kentisbeare and Ashill. My Great Grandparents lived in the smiths shop, Ashill, Uffculme between 1881 - 1901 They had a big family with 12 children. Richard Webber was born 1840 - 46 in Halberton and married Elizabeth PIKE in 1868. Richards father was also called Richard and was also a Blacksmith. Any information on either the Webbers or Pikes would help
red mail Trott in Uffculme
My husband's gggrandfather was born in Uffculme in 1799, JOHN TROTT. His parents were THOMAS TROTT and ANN BYSHOP or BISHOP. Any information on this particular Trott line appreciated.
red mail Veals and Gillard
The IGI index tells me that there was a John Veals born here in 1804.I'm hoping that he is the John Veals who married Charlotte Gillard in 1833.Any info on either family ?
red mail Uffculme Books
Uffculme : a Peculiar Parish / Peter Wyatt & Robin Stanes, eds. The Uffculme wills & Inventories, 16th to 18th centuries / Peter Wyatt, ed. These two books between them provide immense detail for the history of this Devon parish in the early modern period. Probate documents exist for 754 Uffculme decedents in this period; they escaped the bombing of the Exeter Probate Registry that destroyed most Devon wills by virtue of the fact that Uffculme was a peculiar of the Bishop of Salisbury- and were therefore stored at Salisbury. All of these documents are abstracted in these two volumes, which also include extensive discussions of the evidence they provide for the history of the parish. A real treasure trove if your ancestors came from this part of Devon. Published 1997. Contact for details.


 
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