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Crediton Devon
CREDITON lies between two rivers with little hills about it, and with many memories of the Long Ago. It lost hundreds of houses by fire in the 18th century; it rebuilt them, and saw them burned down again in le... more
 
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John Austin in Crediton
My 2nd great grandfather John Austin (b1782) was born in Crediton (from the Census records) I know he married Elizabeth Ivey (born Plymouth) in Plymouth on the 2nd July 1820 when he was 38. Can someone look up his birth in Crediton and his parents I have reached a brick wall in my research. Thank You Craig.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Haydon
Seeking information on the family of John Haydon (born c1746 at Crediton). He married Sarah Glandvill (born c1750 at Crediton) at Newton St Cyres on 7 March 1770. Their daughter Ann ( born 2 June 1772 at Crediton) married Thomas Sharland ( born 1801 in 1 April 1794 at Stockleigh English. They had at least two children Elizabeth ( born 24 August 1794) at Stockleigh English and John (born 1801) Elizabeth married Richard Holman (born 23 July 1800 at Dawlish) on 27 June 1827 at Teignmouth. Their son Henry William Holman was my GG grandfather. Any information would be appreciated Allen.
Posted: 2014, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Spestos Farm
I am trying to find out who owned Spestos Farm in 1918. Mr Alexander Murray was staying there when he married Ethel Dimond (nee Symes). His father was a coachman but I do not know if it was for the farm or some other house. Mr. Murray was serving with the King's Royal Rifles.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Bond, Ware and Dunn
Any information on the Bond, Ware and Dunn families from the Crediton area (Colebrook, Down St Mary, Yeoford, Brushford) please.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
James Oldridge b. 1818 approx
James Oldridge was my ancestor and lived in Newton St Cyres, near Crediton. If I visited Credtion, where could I begin a search for more information about James and any of our ancestors? I'd be grateful for any help in tracing the Oldridge family.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail BURRIDGE - Crediton
I'm interested in the Burridge family of Crediton and the surrounding villages. My great-grandmother was a Burridge, and I'd like to speak to anyone with a link to this name/place. Thanks.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail John Southcott married Elizabeth Snow in Crediton 23 Jun 1818
I am looking for the parents of both John and Elizabeth. Their marriage record is silent regarding their parents. I have located a birth record for John Southcott born to John Southcott and Mary Dicker in 1792 but am unable to confirm that this is the right record. For Elizabeth, I have not found a plausible birth record.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail VENN, COLLINGS, TUCKER, HOOPER.
John Venn relocated his family from Cheriton Fitzpaine to Crediton 1881. Set up and established drapery shop High St. Crediton. John Venn married Hester Collings 1873. John Venn married Jane Tucker 1904. Son Alan Venn migrated to Sydney, N.S.W. 1907.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Screech
hello I'm looking for info on James Screech who was born Crediton,Devon.His father was also called James Screech.He was sent to West Australia per "Pyrenees" He was convicted in Exeter for Larceny on 4 Jan 1848.Arrived in West Australia on 28 Jun 1851.Can anyone help on info. of his family in Devon. Regards
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Parfrey/Parffrey/Palfrey
I believe Sarah Tucker ParffreyPalfrey of credition married my Great Uncle her father was Richard anyone researching this family
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019

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