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Cheriton Fitzpaine Devon
CHERITON FITZPAINE. Its old almshouses with their many chimneys were founded a few years after the Armada and keep company with many younger houses thatched and whitewashed. But the finest building the village ... more
 
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Veysey
Searching for descendants of Elizabeth Veysey (born 1853) who became Grant and Ellen Veysey (born 1870) who became Taylor
red mail Wm Spencer - Sarah Discombe
I am looking for information related to William Spencer who married Sarah Discombe of Cheriton Fitzpaine in Devon in 1757. I am trying to find out when and where he was born and any other related information. William and Sarah had a son named Richard and daughter named Sarah.
red mail VENN, QUICK,
Henry Venn and Mary Quick relocated from Cruwys Morchard to Cheriton Fitzpaine circa 1851/54, where he was the village master blacksmith - building still standing. Family resided across lane at Morrell's "Ring of Bells" - still standing.
red mail Veysey
My great grandmother, Ellen Veysey, was born in Cheriton Fitzpaine c1870. She was one of ten children born to John Veysey and his wife Ann (nee Kent). I would be glad of any information on the Veysey family.
red mail Galliford
Would appreciate any information about members of the Galliford family who were active in the Cheriton Fitzpaine, Puddington and Winkleigh area of Devon in the 1800s.
red mail Bond and Channon - Cheriton Fitzpaine and Anstey
Looking for information regarding Bond family in Cheriton Fitzpaine and Bishops Nymphton also Channen or Channon in Cheriton Fitzpaine and West or East Anstey.
red mail east anstey
looking for any info (parents his dob etc) on john Channon a farmer who lived in area in late 1700,s


 
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