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red mail Gifford and Lemon Families in Devonport
Seeking confirmation that Benjamin Gifford born Devonport about 1802 was brother of George Gifford born Devonport 29 Feb 1792, possibly parish of St. Andrew, Plymouth. Benjamin Gifford married Margaret (Peggy) Lemon and they moved to Teignmouth. Are there Lemon or Gifford family descendents in the Devonport/Plymouth/Teignmouth areas ?
red mail Fox
A,E,Fox is on a death certificate as a son of my g, mother, stationed in Raglan Barracks Devonport. Who or what was he.
red mail Holman / Tresahar - Plymouth Dock now Devonport
Searching for additional information re family and descendants of Henry Holman 1740-1815 m. 27 August 1763 Mary Tresahar at Stoke Demerel. Children: John 1764- , Loveday 1766-, Henry 1768-1840, Martha 1770-, James 1772-1806, William 1774-, Hercules 1778-, Mary 1779- (all bapt. at Stoke Damerel. Henry jr. m Sarah Spatt and had at least one daughter Susannah Johns Holman who in turn m. John Pode Drake and had at least 3 children. James Holman was noted as a ropemaker in the dockyard. James m. Jane Hobling in 1794 and had six children all born in Plymouth Dock (now Devonport)at least three of whom emigrated to St. John New Brunswick and Boston. I have extensive notes and gedcom information regarding this latter group and have several hundred descendants noted but I am interested in more about the following: Rebeckah Holman 1800-1846 m. 1821 James Haslem 3 children; 2 additional daughters, unnamed, of James and Jane Hobling. I am hoping to contact others reseaching this line which appears to flow from Peter Holman b. 1744 in St. John's parish Cornwall. I may be able to assist researchers who believe they have links with Prince Edward Island where many West Country emigrants settles suchn as Pope, Ings, Yeo and other families.
red mail Devonport to Liverpool move
Edward Pearse (b Devonport,Plymouth UK 1836) and his wife Elizabeth (nee Dodge, b Chudleigh,Devon,UK 1834) moved from Devonport to Liverpool about 1857/1838 and I should love to trace the reason for the move. Can any Pearse or Dodge family help?
red mail Ivey
My G grandfather John McKEAN married Mary Ann IVEY on 8 Sep 1878 in St.Germans in Devon. She had been staying at the Albert Bridge Inn, in Saltash prior to the wedding. John was serving in the Army of the Devonshire Foot Regiment stationed at Devonport. Her father was shown as William Osborne IVEY on her marriage certificate. He was decribed as a bootmaker. On the 1871 census there was a WilliamIvey 63 living at 4 Cherry Garden Street in Devonport, with daughter Amelia 21,son Henry 19, and Mary Ann 15. Any assistance greatly appreciated.
red mail Pearse family
I am looking for information on a John Pearse believed to have been born in Devonport Uk about 1803
red mail Eliz. Martin-1795
Eliz.b.1795 - married James Crozier, ??. Looking for parentage, marriage. One known son, Samuel, b.1823.
red mail Clara Kate BEALL
I would like to find any relatives of Clara Kate BEALL, born approx 1876 in Devonport, Devon and married Robert ALLEN on 30th April 1902 in Glasgow. Her parents were Richard Thomas Beall and Mary Elizabeth Bonifer
red mail Bailey
Peter Bailey born 1823 Devonport, married Elizabeth, had 6 children George, Walter, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Frederick and Mary, all born in London. Any info. on this family gratefully received
red mail Spencer Relations
My uncles name was John Crichton(Creighton) Stewart (Stuart) Spencer and his headstone in Australia lists him from Devonport. The birthday ot 1893 may not be correct as the family history indicates he fabricated to fight in WWI in Canada. My cousin (his son)and I are looking everywhere to find more family information, background such as his parents names, siblings, etc.

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