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Kingskerswell Devon
KINGSKERSWELL has the charm of thatched cottages, a brook running by its churchyard, an orchard with the scanty ruins of a castle where the Dinhams lived for centuries, and a church where dwellers at the castle... more
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red mail DODD
looking for info about grandparents,he was called Alan she Joan(but was known as Dolly)they had 2 children fred and ruth. He worked at stoneycombe quarry.
red mail George Warren
George Warren, son of George Warren born 1821 in Kingskerswell. Mother's first name Mary. Left to work in Guernsey (census 1841 & 1851) Would appreciate any information about this family, and how to go about searching records. Have photo of grand daughter who moved to Ohio, USA in 1860 at age 16,
red mail Bulley Job Codner
I am descended from Samuel Bulley born Kingsekerswell 1737 died 1821 West Teignmouth. He was involved in the Newfoundland trade with John Job his son in law. John Job and his brothers in law moved to Liverpool
Cox Family
I am looking for any information on the family of my great-grandmother Winifred Cox. I understand that she lived in Kingskerswell in the 30's. She married a man called Thomas McNaughton from Dingwall in Scotland. If anyone has any information at all I would be very grateful.
red mail Phillips George
Searching for baptism entry and family of George Phillips born in Kingskerwell Devon b. Oct. 1829. Married Ann Skinner(family from Moretonhampstead Devon). Joined Royal Artillary in 1846. Left Army in 1858 and next heard of in Liverpool.
red mail John Bulley
I'm interested in finding more info about my husband's ancestor John Bulley of Kingskerswell. He was born the son of Thomas and Mary Bulley in 1707 in Kingskerswell. He married in 1731 Margaret Codnor and about 1750 established a shipping company based in St John's, Newfoundland. His son Samuel born in about 1737 continued the shipping to Newfoundland and went into partnership with his son-in-law John Job whose family were also from this area of Devon. Any info on any of these and their descendents gratefully received

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