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Frithelstock Devon
FRITHELSTOCK's bells must answer those of Monkleigh across the httle valley; its pride is the ruined priory that has seen seven centuries come and go. Its fine west wall still stands proudly with three lancet w... more
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red mail Davie Family
I would welcome any information available on the Davie/Hiscott-Davie family who resided in Frithelstock in the early 1800's - names from that era known so far are Philip and Silas
red mail Harris/Cuddy Married 1634
Looking for any information on my 11x Great Grandfather Thomas Harris and my Grandmother Charitie Cuddy. They were married in Frithelstock in Sept 1634. Charitie was born in Frithelstock but I dont know where Thomas came from.I have found three children linked to them Roger Harris b1630,Johane b1635 and Abell b1638.
red mail Glover family, Frithelstock/Torrington
Looking for any information on William John Glover born 1899/1900. Who were his parents/siblings? What were their occupations? Where did William go after 1911? Did he marry (and where)?
red mail Squire family, Frithelstock & surrounding areas
Any information you have regarding the Squire family from Frithelstock would be greatly appreciated. I already have quite extensive information but have 'mislaid' a few and wonder if some moved further afield. Many thanks
red mail Squire - Devon
Mary Ann Squire was charged with larceny of a purse containing 8 shillings and sixpence at Exeter County Sessions on July 2nd 1850. She was sentenced to seven years overseas. She arrived in Tasmania, Australia on the 26th January 1852 on the convict ship the Anna Maria 2. Her transport papers record her mother was named Mary and that her siblings were: brothers: William, John, Joseph and Joshua. Her sisters: Jane, Elizabeth, and Charlotte all living at the native place, Devonshire. Her death certificate states that she was born at Torrington,England and that her parents were Philip and Mary Squire. Other certificates state her birth place as Frithelstock. Whist in Tasmania she met and married a fellow convict Jonathan Harris from Sussex. Together they overcome many hardships and their death notices described them as being fine upstanding pioneers.Any information on Mary's earlier life in Devon would be much appreciated.
red mail BAKER, PARSONS of Frithelstock,
Jonas PARSONS born 1806, his wife Sarah, his mother Jane PARSONS born 1771, a pauper, and her daughter Jane PARSONS born 1811, also a pauper, are in the 1841 census at Frithelstock. The old lady is my great-great-great grandmother. The family member who is not present in 1841 census is Mary Jane PARSONS as she and her son, James A Baker left in 1838 for Canada. Mary Jane found her man, Philip Baker in East Nissouri Township, Oxford County, Ontario Canada and more children were born to them. They were pioneers in an area just opened for settlement.
red mail Galsworthy
Looking for any Galsworthy's born in Frithelstock, Devon late 1700's.

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