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red mail MacArthur family of Devonport
Information about John MacArthur born 16 March 1791 in Plymouth, baptised at Stoke Damerel 28 April 1791, son of James MacArthur and Elizabeth Hawkins. Seeking information about his life after 1849 when he left Australia to go back to England, until his death in 1862. He had 7 sons. Any information on his descendants greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Devonport Workhouse
Devonport - White - 1850 - p 703 The Workhouse for the parish of Stoke Damerel, which includes Devonport, is under the control of the Commissioners. It is an old building, in the centre of the town, & has been enlarged at various periods; but being very inconvenient & too small for the present wants of the parish, it is about to give place to a commodious New Workhouse, now building on the Saltash Rd, nearly 2 miles from the town. This building will have room for 500paupers; & attached to it will be a Lunatic Asylum, large enough for 35 inmates. There have been as many as 470 paupers crowded in the old workhouse. The expenditure of the parish for the maintenance of the poor was £10,358 in 1838, & £9841 in 1848. MrJohn Beer jr is the clerk; Mr James & Mrs Lancaster are governor & matron of the workhouse.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Mary May. Birth suname unknown c1800
Searching for Mary (surname unknown) born in approximately 1800 at Devonport in Devon UK. Mary married Thomas May who was born in approximately 1792/3 somewhere in Cornwall, but I haven't been able to trace their marriage. They moved to London/Middlesex where their 5 children were born between 1819 and 1846. Their children were Edward, William, Henry, Jane and Elizabeth. Edward May worked as a 'boot close' I believe and his father Thomas May was a cordwainer at some point during his life. Any information greatly appreciated and am happy to share all my research. Kind regards to all.
red mail Stafford Children in Devonport 1950s
Looking for information on the Stafford Children. Parents: Irene Patricia Bryan or Black B1931 marries Reginald Arthur Stafford in 1947. Reginald is a Royal Marine. They move from Leicester (assume transferred) to Devonport, Devon. They have the following children: Lorna Sandra Graham David William known as Billy Looking for any info on this family. All of the children were adopted to other families.... this Is a pretty sensitive topic, but desperately tying to reconnect family members; hopefully while we still can. Appreciate any help or insight.
red mail THACKERS of Devonport
Seeking more on THACKERS of Devonport. They were builders and master masons and are in the census's 1841- 1891. My gr gr grandfather James JOhn Thacker married Mary Pearce CHRISTOPHER also living in James St.In 1874 James and wife and family and 6 ch. sailed on the HELEN DENNY to NAPIER NZ. James's father was John, wife Caroline SMALL also builder in James St His father James a victualler in PLymouth. Cannot find any more about him- born c 1770. kIWI
red mail Marsland & Trace
In 1872, George Wimpenny MARSLAND married Elizabeth Jane Sanders TRACE, daughter of William, at the Register Office, Stoke Damerel.Witnesses Joseph Gerry & Rebecca Pearn.Have details of many of their descendants. According to 1881 census, Elizabeth born Newton. Family info suggests North Devon, so Newton St Petrock & Newton Tracey are likely candidates, but search of BMD indexes fruitless so far. A Samuel Pearn is living Stoke Damerel 1881 with wife Rebecca and stepson Jon Trace. Is Rebecca mother of Elizabeth? Any connections sought.
red mail Rachael Whenmouth
Lokking for a baptism and parents of a Rachael Whenmouth who married William Moule in 1826 at Stoke Damerell (Devonport) Plymouth. Was she the sister of Fiche number: MF11 Page: 169 - this is the page number printed on the original register Baptism Date: 16 Jan 1814 Surname: Whenmouth Forename(s): Gartrell Charles Relationship: Son Father: Charles Mother: Mary Abode: Dock Occupation: Joiner Any help please.
red mail Martha Matilda Williams
Looking for early details of John Day and his wife Martha Matilda Williams. Married 5 December, 1875. At St Nicholas Parish Church. They were both at time of their marriage, living at Lower Milk Street. I know that by 1901 they were living in Hartlepool and had 10 children (9 still living with them at census) William Henry, Emily, John J (or T)., Susannah, Albert, Frederick, Lilly, George, Martha and Victor. On the marriage certificate both fathers are named John. His a labourer and hers a mariner. He was reportedly born in Birkenhead and she in Devonport
red mail John Williams
Husband of Susanna Cudmore and Father to Martha Matilda Williams. He is described as 1st class petty officer HMS Boscawen in 1857
red mail Medlin Medland
Joseph (b 1803 in Launceston) and Jane Green (b 1798 in Penzance)lived in 63,Princess St,Devonport in 1851,along with children:Johanna b 1832 in Truro.John b1834 in Truro.Joseph b 1839 in Falmouth.Thomas b 1842 in Devonport, and George b 1844 also Devonport.

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