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Exmouth Devon
EXMOUTH. It is perhaps a thousand years since the Danes destroyed this town in the sandy mouth of the Exe, and it looks as if it might have been built up again only last century to attract the hundreds of more ... more
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Seeking information - William GRACE who fathered John GRACE who married Mary SEARLE in Exmouth, Devon. Their children are Frank 1850, Eliza 1854, Ellen 1856, Polly 1858, George 1860. George GRACE is my great Grandfather. I live in Australia. Welcome any input. Thank you.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
GRACE William
Seeking information: William GRACE born circa early 1800s (maybe late 1700s?). Confirmed at least one son named John Henry; who married Mary SEARLE in Exmouth Devon c 1849.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
Seeking information: Mary SEARLE born circa 1825, died 18 November 1864 Littleham, Exmouth. Married John Henry GRACE, St Thomas' Exeter circa 1849. Children: Frank, Eliza, Ellen, Mary Ann 'Polly', George.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
Seeking information: Elizabeth Grace ACLAND (or could be ACKLAND) born circa 1824, died circa 1885. Second wife to John Henry GRACE married circa 1866 St Thomas' Exeter Devon.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
Julia Reichel
Julia REICHEL, born Julia ASHENDEN, (1863-1951). Julia lived with her husband, Oswald, at A la Ronde, just outside Exmouth. The property is now owned by the National Trust. It is said that Julia didn't like living at A la Ronde so after Oswald's death in 1923 she had a property built just along the lane. She called it Three Acres and lived there from 1929 until her death. Looking for any recollections of Julia that might give more of an insight into her personality.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Tupman in Exmouth and other places in Devon
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Harris Hancock
I am researching the William Richard Harris family. William, born 1845 in Dawlish was the eldest son of John (1844-1899) and Mary Ann Harris nee Sercombe. William married Sarah Hancock in 1869 and they had at least seven children, Eva, Ernest, Amy, Edith, William, Leonard and Minnie. In the 1881 census he was living at 3 Alexandra Place Starcross with his wife and his brother Albert Harris. His occupation was shown as bootmaker, In the 1891 census he was an assistant Superintendant in the Prudential Insurance Company living with his wife Sarah at 3 Aylsbury Terrace Withycombe Raleigh Exmouth. In the 1901 census he was an agent for the Prudential Insurance Company living at Lawrence Road Portsmouth. In the 1911 census he was a Prudential Assurance Agent living with his wife Sarah at 46 Bath Road Southsea Hampshire. Any information on the family will be appreciated. Allen
Posted: 2015, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Richard Pinn, Clockmaker
Richard Pinn is listed in Pigot's Directory of 1830 as a clock and watchmaker in Fore Street. He married Jane Bayley in September 1797 and they had three children, Henry, Mary and Eliza. Richard died in 1834. Does anyone have any information on this family or on the clocks and watches Richard made.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
In 1934 living at 12, Hartley Road, ExmouthMargaret Paul (nee Abbott) and Geoffrey Abbott Paul. Another name involved is Bradberry. Any help would be gratefully received. Michael.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Prouse/Prowse; Litlleham, Exmouth
Does anyone know anything of the ship "Queen of the Exe"? In 1867 Richard Prouse, of Littleham, was Master of the ship.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020

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