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Holbeton Devon
HOLBETON. Who dies if England lives? a slender cross in its churchyard asks us; and here lives the spirit of that good English craftsmanship which has made our countryside so beautiful. From the steps of a fine... more
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red mail WYATT family
Looking for information on the the family of Richard Wyatt who married Sarah Tucker in 1762. They had at least 6 children, son Jonathan married Judith Ellis.
red mail Pearn Family
The Pearn family lived in Arch Cottage ( probably a 'tied cottage' to a farm ) in the 1920's.The father was a farmworker. The children ( eight boys) were believed to have attended Holbeton School.Leslie and Frank were two of them.Has anyone any historical knowledge or photographs of that era about the village, it's school,or to which farm the cottage may have been linked?
red mail HYNE
I'm looking for any information about Charles HYNE, baptised 15 Mar 1802 in Holbeton. I believe his father was John HYNE, b about 1771 in Hemyock, and Sarah ELLIS b about 1770 somewhere in Devon.
John & Agness Fox Avery
John Avery chr. 27 Mar 1749 in Holbeton married 26 Oct 1779 in St. Andrews, Plymouth, England to Agness Fox
red mail Hamlin in Creacombe 1861
John Hamlin aged 77 was farm servant in household of William Pepperall, farmer in Creacombe hamlet, parish of Holbeton in 1861. He was born at Churchstow in 1784 and baptised as Hamblyn. I would like to know when he died.
red mail Fords of Holbeton
I am interested in finding more information about the family of Richard Ford,who married Elizabeth Rottenberry at Holbeton on 05 July 1797 and whose son, also Richard, was born on 30 March 1798 and is later described as a schoolmaster & yeoman of Holbeton. Richard, jnr married Mary Hannah of Plymouth and lived there for a while & then returned to Holbeton for a while, Frank
Iam tracing the Cawse family and have an Ursula Doreen Cawse but she may have been Ursula Doreen Tarring-Cawse. She was born in 1912. Does anyone know of her
red mail Lane
Ancestors of Robert Lane b 1788. Information welcome
Holbeton Surnames
I am researching the Rogers, Pengelly, Pengilley, Bushrod names associated with Holbeton Village. Because the various families moved about the South Hams the search encompasses Kingston, Modbury, Revelstoke and the like. Happy to share information
interested in any Penwill/Penwell or Froude. Especially John Penwill (Yeoman) died 1794
red mail Tarring
Names: Millhouse
red mail Rogers
Interested in any ROGERS from Holbeton village in Devon.

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