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Ilsington Devon
ILSINGTON. Surrounded by woods 500 feet up on the edge of Dartmoor, we are here within reach of Hay Tor, whose granite made London Bridge. Steps have been cut to help us to climb the high rocks stranded like a ... more
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red mail Carpenter
Thomas Carpenter moved from Sampford Arundel to Ilsington c1798 married Eleanor Sydenham, possibly moved to London.Can't seem to locate Parish Records here in Australia.
red mail Mitchell
My Great Grandfather John Woodley Mitchell was born in Ilsington in 1841 and later moved to Hampshire to farm. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Archer
My Archer family were ancient Ilsington settlers. John Archer's gravestone is laid at the doorway to St. Micheal's church, and is dated in the 1600s. They lived at Staplehill Farm.
red mail Laskey
My Laskey family lived in Ilsington in the 1700s. They could possibly be a branch of the Lascombe/Loscombe/Luscombe family tree. Some of them had the alias Brock.
red mail Northway
My Northway family started out in 1440 in Rora Farm in Ilsington. They lived in the area (including Cold East) up until the 1800s and beyond. In the early 1900s some of the family moved to Toronto, Canada.
Wm. Ball
Wm. Ball was born in Ilsington between 1834 and 1843, Married Elizabeth ?,she was born 1840 in Beckington, Devon. they had these children that I know of from census reports, William, John, Harry, Fredrick, Thomas George and two daughters who married Matthew Smith and Fred Northcott and lived in Ontario, Canada. Thoms, Wm. and John came to USA and Michigan. Any help on this line. Wm the father was a carpenter and died in May of 1931. in Ilsington, Devon. Thanks Joan
CAMPION family of Ilsington
Looking for others who are researching the CAMPION family from Ilsington, Devon and the surrounding villages.
red mail Stockman
My family came from Isington Devon any help would be welcome

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