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Lamerton Devon
Here in LAMERTON, in the shade of fine trees we reach the priest's house which after 700 years has become the hall for the church beside it. Both have needed much patching, and the church was nearly destroyed b... more
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John Brown
I am the great grand daughter of John Brown.
red mail DOIDGE in Lamerton, Calstock
John DOIDGE married Ann STEPHENS C 1800, chn John, Robert, William, Jane, Joseph Stevens. Files to exchange.
Roger Percy and Grace Buckingham married C1798 children Joan, William (m. Anne), Joan (m. William Sly), Thomas, Harriet (m. Emmanuel Sly). All files sought, all files exchanged.
red mail Percy
Searching Roger Percy born about 1775 in Lamerton. Married Grace Buckingham born June 16, 1767 in Bridford. Father of Roger is Thomas Percy. Son of Roger is Thomas born Dec. 18, 1791 and married Mary Ann Parnacott. This family moved to Canada about 1842. Son of Thomas is John born Sept. 30, 1839 in Devon.
red mail Bond, Reddiclifft, Gartrell
John Bond married Anne Reddiclifft from Lamerton in 1838. She died and he then married Ann Gartrell also from Lamerton in 1849
red mail Doidge Lamerton
looking for details of the Doidge family from Lamerton Devon. john Doidge born 1827 had son william who married Fanny
Lamerton, Devon
Brown family. Information sought concerning family of John Brown (born 1824) at Capeltor in Lamerton. In particular, William Henry Brown son of John (born 1864).
red mail Ellis family of Lamerton
I'm researching the Ellis family who moved from Milton Abbot to Lamerton in the later eighteenth century (1770s or so). Any contacts gratefully received.
red mail History of Ellis Families from Lamerton
I am new to the history side of genealogy and would like any historical info. on the Ellis family from Lamerton. I am the great granddaughter of Samuel Ellis (b.1892) married to Rhoda Hilmer (b. 1897) who lived in Alabama. I am told that Samuel's grandparents Samuel (b.1821) & Hannah (b.1825)are from this area. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Ellis Lamerton Poor house
I am searching for another John Ellis who died in the Lamerton poor house in 1824. I was wondering if someone could tell me how you find records for Poor Houses prior to the changes made in 1834. I am simply looking to see if the records indicate whyhe was there, for how long he resided there and if family members were there also. Thanks for your help.
red mail Ellis Family Lamerton,
I am searching for information regarding the line of Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. Samuel was born 01/03/19 . I have birth and death information on him but have worked to find the whereabouts of his children. So far, I have found Thomas, William, Harry, Richard and Mary. The two remaining are my brick wall. They are George Ellis b. 08-26-1869 Last time I find him is on a ship to United States in 1890 when his mother and sister came to Alabama to live with four of the brothers who were already here. George did not stay in Alabama. I dont know whether he returned to England or not but an elderly aunt says that he may have become a Methodist Minister in England. The other is John Ellis b.1849. I have nothing on him past the 1871 census.Both of these guys were born in Lamerton. The family moved for a time to Cornwall (by 1881). Samuel died in 1883. I know nothing further. Thanks for any help or connection! Leslie USA
red mail Vigars Family
I am researching the history of the Vigars family. All so far discovered throughout the world who bear the name, spelt in exactly the same way, are descended from a family that lived at North Brentor from at least the 1500s until 1900s. Until 1880 this village was in the Parish of Lamerton. It was cut off from the main part of the parish by Brentor Parish and was known as "Without Down". The earliest ancestor so far discovered is a John Figures who was baptizing his children from 1612-1622 at Lamerton Church. A William Vigars, my 5 x Great-grandfather, was Churchwarden of Lamerton in 1751. In the 1780s the family were tenant farmers at a farm now called Bonnafords (then Burnafords) and another sometimes called Windsors after it's owner, both in North Brentor. The tenancy of the latter remained with Arthur Vigars, son of William until 1816. My 2 x Great-grandfather Richard Vigars opened the Sportsmans Pub at Heathfield, now called Acorn Cottage, and his gravestone is adjacent tothe porch of Lamerton Church. Tony Vigars

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