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Broadhempston Devon
BROADHEMPSTON's 15th century almshouse is an inn, and in the church is all that this village on the River Dart has to show the traveller. The church (15th century) has graceful arcades and old carved beams and ... more
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Bennett Family
Interested in any Bennett family born in Broadhempston, especially offspring of James Bennett and Ann Cooke married Broadhempston 1773 and of William Bennett and Charlotte Evans, married Broadhempston 1819. My Gt Gt Grandfather was John Evans Bennett (1820-1890), a Master Mariner then Dock Pilot in London.
red mail edward blackler
Looking for Edward Blackler born 1757. He married Jenny Roberts at Cornwood 1780. Am confused, one entry states he was born in Cornwood and another in Broadhempston. Where was he born/ baptised ?
red mail Mann, Broadhempston
I am interested in finding descendants of William Mann (1740-1789)and his wife, Elizabeth (Bickford)and information/photographs of the family home, Downe House, Broadhempston,Devon.
red mail grant burnell families
susanna burnell bap.1781 parents william and margaret burnell. nicholas grant bap 1783 parents william and mary grant any info on parents marriages and baptisms or families ?
red mail Willaim Harvey Devon
I am trying to trace my Harvey ancestors who came from Wembury around the 1830's. My great great Grandmother was born Susan Harvey in 1834 to a William and Jane (Willis) in Wembury. I am trying to track back down on her father’s side and can only find a William Harvey born in 1791 in Broadhempston Devon. Has any one tracked this William further back? Or is anyone’s ancestors one of the following. Harriet Harvey b 1824 Wembury Maria Harvey b 1832 Wembury Thomasine b 1828 Wembury Betsy b 1830 Wembury
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village between Totnes and Newton Abbot

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