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Dartmouth Devon
DARTMOUTH. One of England's fine old gateways, its name written boldly across the spacious days of our history, it goes back into the dim mists of time before our history began. It is one of the places to which... more
 
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red mail Petherbridge
Henry P married Elizabeth Ching @ Stoke Fleming 5.11.1751. His 9 children moved to nearby Dartmouth by degrees. George (parish: Townstal St.Clement, D'mth) migrated to Liverpool between 1826 and 1841. George Gilbert P, his grandson, was born in Devon, lived as a shipwright in Liverpool, died in a lunatic asylum in Wivelsfield Sussex 1900. Information on this or on Petherbridges before and since?
red mail John Williams/Guilfoyle (not sure of name)
The story goes on way back in Ireland where my Great Great Grandparents were married in Clonmel, Tipperary 1846. In that same year later on they had their first child called William who born in Chatham, Kent where my Grandfather was stationed in the Army. 7 years later they went to Nova Scotia in 1853 where the Army was posted. later that year they had another Son also called John. After a few years they came back to England settled a while in Woolwich Kent where they had a little girl called Fanny. After my G. G. grandfather was pensioned of the Army at the age of 40yrs. he became a Chelsea Pensioner and worked as a Stonemason in Tavistock. The youngest son John later on became my Great Grandfather and married Elizabeth Anne Chubb in 1872. They had 8 children being one of them my Grandfather. The youngest Daughter Elsie Williams my Great Aunt went to lIreland and met the Guilfoyle family and befriended them. Because of that she inherited the family name and became Guilfoyle-Williams We still have it but do not use it. I would love to find out alot more about my Great, Great, Grandmother (nee Guilfoyle), all I know that she born Clonmel, Tipperary 1826. My Great Great Grandfather was born in Tavistock, 1812.
red mail Frederick Williams - Dartmouth
My Grandfather was born at Zion Cottages 1887 in Dartmouth Devon. He met my Grandmother who is Bertha Brock at the Royal Naval College where she worked her service as a trainee cook. He did carpentry and also repaired uniforms. A bit of Upstairs/Downstairs. She went on to do fabulous dishes of sorts as time went on. Frederick William's father was a Plumber in Dartmouth, a job like that is very valued and important. Lesley M
red mail John Bell 1809
I am trying to find the father of my ggggranfather John Bell born Dartmouth 1809 he was a shipwright and master mariner and spent all his life there. 1st wife Elizabeth, 2nd wife Martha from Bridport Dorset.
red mail ARNO & CANE/KINE/KYNE
Devon & London connections re ARNO & KYNE names 1849: died - William Charles Arno KYNE & Abraham KYNE - For the Arno & Cane searchers, any connection.
red mail rundle family
i am searching for information on james alfred rundle married to alice. he was ex navy and became an instructor at the royal naval college, dartmouth. had two children, james and queenie. james married lorna hill also of dartmouth. they had three children, pamela, melvina and graham
red mail Dartmouth
I'm looking for a branch of the Cane family who come from the Kingsteignton area but who might be linked to some Canes I have found in the Dartmouth area around 1750-1800. Any leads would be appreciated.

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