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red mail MITCHELL, WATTS, BAKER and BREWER families
I have a Mary MITCHELL baptised at Withycombe on 2 Feb 1790, daughter of Henry MITCHELL and Elizabeth "Betty" WATTS, who married on 25 March 1788 at Carhampton, Somerset. They also had a daughter Joan MITCHELL, baptised 2 Dec 1788 at Withycombe, though I haven't yet been able to discover what happened to her. Mary MITCHELL married William BAKER on 26 Feb 1818 at Withycombe - they were my 4G Grandparents. Henry MITCHELL was baptised on 5 Dec 1756, Withycombe, the son of Henry MITCHELL and Joan OTTWAY, who were married on 2 Nov 1755, Withycombe. Joan OTTWAY was a widow, and had previously been married to William BREWER - their marriage was on 19 Feb 1736 at Withycombe. William BREWER died in 1753, and he was buried at Withycombe on 24 Jan 1753. Is anyone else connected to the OTTWAY, BREWER, BAKER or MITCHELL families? Happy to share info.
red mail Battle or Battaille
I have traced one branch of my family back to a Christian Battle(1715-1748) who married John Purnell on 30th March 1741 in Stowey. Her father was Richard Battle (1676-1732)originally from West Harptree, and her grandfather Robert Harptree from Withycombe. A history of High Littleton shows that the village was held in 1316 by William de Bataille and I am looking to see if there is any connection. I would welcome any information.
red mail chancellor
i am trying to trace any chancellors in withycombe raleigh devon especially jacob chancellor who lived there in 1801 he was married to anna maria (nee knight)
red mail Davey family
Does anyone have any info. on the Davey family from Withycombe?Sarah Davey was born there in @1869 and married Albert George Melhuish.I know her mother was Harriet (nee ?) but cannot find her dad.Any help welcome.
red mail Bryant family
Does anyone have any info on the Bryant family. They seem to have been in Withycombe since about 1780 and some went to the south wales coal fields in about 1870

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