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Farway Devon
FARWAY's name might mean fair way or far away, for it is both. Snugly lying in its valley, it looks up to the ancient British camp 200 feet across, still defended by a ditch and green ramparts, and almost ringe... more
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red mail ELIZABETH SARAH HOOPER (1826-1872)
Can anyone give any info on Elizabeth Sarah Hooper. I believe she was born abt 1826 in Farway, I also think she married Frederick Newton in 1850 and they had several children in the Honiton area. I'd be soooooooo grateful for the names of her parents (especially her mum's maiden name), as I think this could unlock some family history. Regards. :-)
red mail Harris-Hayman-Berry
I am researching the above names and would be pleased to hear from anyone that is also interested in them. Any century is of interest. I am particularly interested in John Harris and his wife Sarah and their family. They were removed from Luppitt and returned to Farway in 1783. Thank you for reading my message.
red mail BAKER, John married to Mary Ann PARSONS
Interested in any information on the Baker family of Farway, especially John Baker, b circa 1812. Married to a Mary Ann PARSONS from Broadclyst, Devon. Family later moved to Colyton, Devon where children Edward, Harriet, Henry, John and Mary Ann were born.
red mail Farway Devon
My Grandfather's name was William Minify, I now he was born in Devon, but adopted by a family with the surname Pratt, moved then to Wales, and Married my Grandmother, Grace maiden name Oates, my Grandfather's father I think his adoptive father was a Lay Preacher
red mail Harris
Can anyone help me find my gggrandfather, supposedly from Farway, born around 1815
Is anyone researching the name Menefy / Mynefy /Menify / Minify /Minifie or other variations of the name? The name is found in Farway 1560s. Any info regarding Menefy in any other place also welcomed.

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