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red mail stoke devonport
I'm looking for a Courtenay Ernest Widdicombe born in Stoke Devonport in 1877. He married a Florence Popplestone in 1905 Plympton St Mary. They had 3 children. Sidney Albert 1911,Kenneth Ernest 1917 and Doreen 1922.
red mail Pearse/Vaugh
Looking for information on John Pearse & Esther Vaugh Devonport abt. 1780, married Stoke Damerel 1802. Son John Pearse born Devonport 1803 married Mary (Sandercock ?).
red mail Jarwood
Laura Agnes Jarwood B 25/12/1900. Father P.O RAN -Killed in action at sea WW1. Married Aust. Lighthorseman William Harvey Adams circa 1919. Moved to Mackay Queensland Aust late same year. Had several siblings. Lost touch WW2. Maternal Grandmother.
red mail Beatrice Hill / Beatrice Norcott
JOHN THOMPSON TAGGETT was married during the June Quarter - 1900 in the District of Devonport. Vol 5b Page 717. During the same period Percy Hooper Bannister was also married. Wives listed are: Beatrice Hill and Beatrice Norcott. If anyone could provide me with any details I would be most appreciative. Thank You!
red mail John Pasco
looking for any information on the children of John ( rear admiral) and rebecca pasco - married 1805 stonehouse or stoke damerel
red mail blackmore, jewell
on the 1901 census my great-nan was annie jewel, she married a william blackmore. annie is listed as being born in devonport in 1867, talking to my nan (annie's grandaughter) she had a brother called jack. dont know of any other brothers or sisters. any info on annie would really help me to try and do my family tree. jack doesn't come up on 1901 census, so assume he may have been born later, info off my nan is :- he became an admiral and went down with his ship, an uncle heard he was killed at the battle of jutland 1914-1918. not sure which is right, if any. there was a picture of him in his admiral uniform in my nan's mothers house but when she passed away she doesn't know who had it. any help would be grateful. thanks in advance. allison
red mail John Francis Ellis D.S.M. R.N
I am doing my family history and trying to find out when my grandpa moved to Plymouth from Liverool where they were living until the 1920's.The only known fact I have is that they lived in Charlotte street(by the naval dockyard)and that my mother used to do her courting on The Hoe.(as she used to put it)The family moved to South Shields in 1933 and was stationed at President2 River Tyne Defense.My grandpa was in the Royal Navy for 41 years and then the R.N.V.R.I would be gratefull for any help.Thank you.Duncan.
red mail Brown/Bennett
I am trying to trace ancestors who lived in Devonport about 1877. William Brown and Lydia Bennett, father and mother of Amelia Brown who was born here in 1877. Anyone know of these people?
red mail Mary Ann Sandercock
I am trying to trace the parents of Mary Ann Sandercock [b about 1803 in Devonport, Devon and who married John Pearse in June 1824]. Her mother is likely to be the Mary (nee ??) Sandercock shown in the 1851 Census as a widow and living in the same building as Mary Ann, her husband (John Pearse) & family. I particularly wish to have info about Mary Ann's father, his given name and year of birth - also details of his marriage to Mary (b about 1781) and her maiden name.
red mail Stanton
Three Stantons born late 1700s - John a canvas manufacturer, Joseph a ropemaker and Edward a shipwright anybody with info?. They appear to have been non-conformists. I am particularly interested in the decendant of Joseph and Grace. Also any info on a John Rowse Kerkin who married at least two of joseph and Grace's daughters.

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