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North Petherwin Devon
North Petherwin was part of Cornwall until 1844.
NORTH PETHERWIN is on a narrow neck of Devon with Cornwall on either side, its church hiding behind great trees. It still has relics of its Norman beginnings...
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The Langman family lived in this area during the 17 & 1800's. My Pearse family also farmed one of the Langman farms before they migrated to Australia.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Cudlipp family from Marystow
I am looking for information on the Cudlipp family of Marystow in Devon. William Cudlipp (born about 1812) married Elizabeth Carkite (born about 1815) of Broadwoodwidger in Devon. Amongst their children was Mary Cudlipp who married my great grandfather Richard Davey in 1866.They subsequently lived with their family in the ‘Rising Sun’in the village of North Petherwin. Any information on the Carkite or Carkeet families would be welcome
red mail Veal Of North Petherwin
Looking for connections with the name of VEAL from North Petherwin. They were farmers and cordwainers but by the end of the 19th C had all disappeared.
red mail Surname APPLEDORE
I am looking for any references to the Appledore family of North Petherwin, Liskeard or Saltash from 17th to 19th centuries. Also for Appledore in Dolton or Sheepwash Devon pre-1600.
red mail ELLACOTT and LANG
I am researching the ELLACOTTS of North Petherwin who married into the LANGS of South Tawton/Stoke Damerel and would be interested in making contact with anyone else researching these families.
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