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Bovey Tracey Devon
BOVEY TRACEY. A quaint little town with narrow streets standing on the hillside above its river the Bovey, it has superb things in its church and vivid glimpses to give us of the Civil War. Approached by an anc... more
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red mail Walling Family
I am looking for information on John Walling born 1797 married Maria Crocker in 1821 and had the following children, Susanna, Eliza, Maria, Elizabeth, John, Richard and Joseph. I would welcome any information relating to this family.
red mail Heath/Cross
Has anyone any information on a William Cross marriage to Mary Heath around the 1850-1860 possibly in the Bovey Tracey area of Devon?
red mail Milford
I am trying to trace my family tree and have got back as far as my family living on a farm near Bovey tracey mid 1800's. If anyone has any info l would appreciate it. Thanks
red mail Treen
Treen Wills Stoneman My grandmother was Georgina or Georgiana Treen her mother Sarah Stonem,and her father George Wills Treen Does anyone have any further details please
red mail mitchelmore
I am trying to find the parents names ofEric wilfred Mitchelmore who was born in1905 and i believe was married to Agnes Bearne They lived in Bovey Tracey Devon.I would be grateful for any information.Thank You
red mail Hancock, Claude
Seeking information on descendants of Claude Hancock (died 1955) and his wife Henrietta Maria (born 1868).
red mail heath, bovey tracey
I'm looking for information about Anne Heath and her parents. She was married in 1800 to John Saunders and they lived at Atway Farm, Bovey Tracey. Any information greatly appreciated as I can't get any further back than this. She was born around 1777.
red mail Bovey Tracey pottery
I am interested in any info on Bovey Tracey pottery in the 1850s
red mail Isaac Bampfield+Sarah Mitchell
I am looking for any info on Isaac Bamfield (Banfield) who married Sarah mitchell on May 4th 1850 in the parish church at Bovey Tracey. Isaac was a minor at time of marriage. He was a potter and his father Daniel a tilemaker. Sarah was of full age. Her father was Thomas Mitchell. The witnesses were William Paine and Richard Locke
red mail PASCOE
William PASCOE ?-1840 married a Mary who was from Bovey Tracey. She was born in about 1782 and lived in Bath, Somerset.
red mail Coniam
William Coniam m Mary Haines 1849 Torquay,his father was shown as a potter,his name was also William c1790,I am interested if he worked in the Bovey Tracey pottery,or any information re the Coniams of Bovey Tracey.
red mail Chick family
Looking for any family records of the Chick family especially George Eli Chick and Lucy Frances Chick
red mail Bulley's of Devon
seeking furhter info on Bulley's...especially Mickel (micheal) bn 1706...married 3 times.. 1 Joan Lear, 2 Elizabeth Stooker 3 Joan Stidson seemed to raise his family in Ilsington and bovey tracey Many thanks
red mail Gooder Family
John Gooder married Grace Wyatt 24th September 1797,children Samuel 1798, Elizabeth 1800, Grace 1802, Isiah 1803,Uriah 1805, Miriam 1808, all in Bovey Tracey. Would appreciate further information
red mail Cleave
Jane Cleave christened Jan.29, 1837 in Bovey Tracey. Daughter of James and Susanna (Rich) Cleave. Married Joseph Smith 1858 to 1862 in Bovey Tracey. Moved around a lot, in 4 different towns had 4 children: John, Eliza, Emily & Elizabeth. Listed in 1881 Census in Wolstanton, Stafford, Widow.
red mail Thomas Bearne
Searching for parents of Thomas Bearne born 1860/1 in Bovey Tracey. Father's name John Bearne. Thomas married Eliza Smith August 6, 1883. They owned the Bell and Bear Inn in Shelton, Staffordshire from 1892 until Thomas died in late 1902.
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