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Devon (County, DEV, England)
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County town: Exeter
Other major towns: Plymouth, Torquay
Origins of Name: District of the Dumnonii, Anglo Saxon/ Brittonic
Population 1801: 340,308
Population 1961: 823,751
Acreage: 1,671, 613
Urban Land 1961: 9%
 
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red mail William Hutchings 1806-1849
Looking for ancestors or siblings of the above. He was married to Ann Hawkings c1805-c1851 of East Prawle,Devon.(I have quite a bit of info about her family). They had son William c1826-1906, he was a fisherman, he eventually moved to Lowestoft and owned a fishing smack.He married Sarah Elliot. I would be pleased to swap any info
red mail ellis family blackawton
looking for ellis family blackawton william 1806 wife jane 1811 son owen cocker ellis 1838 susanne sarah 1843, esther alice cocker ells 1848. susane sarah latter brought my great grandmother up alice blanche ellis newton abbott 1872 .also james phillip ellis 1855 how is he connected to the family. also william his son owen and grandchildren were all millwrights mending and maintaining watermills all over devon. any information please.
red mail Great Torrington
WARD Christopher Farmer married Louisa BLAKE and worked as Gardener and Cook on Lundy Island for family HEAVEN. One known son John Blake WARD was witness to marriage in Australia of Annie Louisa WARD and Walter Charles Hudson HEAVEN, February 14 1895. Walter and Annie returned to England and had 2 daughters. Annie died in Royal Portsmouth Hospital aged 30yrs March 15 1906. Have found 1 only possible birth cert. for Annie in Wolverhampton August 27 1876. Parents Joseph WARD and Sarah Ann (HILL)Was this Joseph a son of Christopher and Louisa WARD? who seemingly took on rearing Annie on Lundy Island. Any connections or more information appreciated.
red mail Codd/Hamlyn Family
looking for any information on my grandparents James Codd born 1883 and Sarah Codd (nee Hamlyn) born 1908 they lived on rushlade farm in ashburton and were married in 1936. any info would be greatly appreciated. Charmain
red mail Bond Kingskerswell
I am interested in the Bonds in the early 1800's with connections to William Bond and Sarah Balsdon info on their children
red mail Haddy
Any info on Robert Haddy , his son Stephen (1756 - 1840)who married Mary Mann (1760-1833), their son Stephen (1801 - 1875 died in South Australia) who married Mary Burroughs Stenlake (1807 - 1867) gratefully received, Thanks, Ann
red mail FARTHING
Looking for any information on the FARTHING family. They lived in and around the Devon area, from 1750's onwards. Am trying to make any connections at this stage.
red mail DEVON/DEVONPORT
I am looking for any information on the Shaddick family from Devon. I have Philip Shaddick born 1820c in Devonport who married an Elizabeth Griffiths in 1842 after the family moved to Pembrokeshire. His father, I believe, was William Shaddick who married Elizabeth ?. If anyone has any information on this family I would love to hear from you.
red mail Mayne Family
Searching for Alexander Mayne b. 1549 in Hatsburg, Devon, England and d. 1617 Hathereigh, York, England. Son John Mayne (Main) born 1614 emigrated to CT. living in York, Maine USA. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail DIX
Seek information on the family of John and Ann Dix of West Teignmouth. Their son John(born 1789) emigrated to St. John's, Newfoundland, in the early 1800s. Any information on this family or known descendants would be appreciated. Name in Newfoundlandwas spelled Dicks.

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