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Lympstone Devon
LYMPSTONE nestles in one of those little gaps of the coast that our Devon seamen loved, a quaint little fishing village tucked away among the red cliffs where the Exe pours itself into the sea. Its narrow walle... more
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red mail Richard Badcock
Richard Badcock & Sarah (Shaddick) children Robert,Richard,James all living at 46 Higher Lympstone St, 1861, Richard b Sampford Courtenay Sarah b. Eggesford
red mail John Burch
Looking for ancestors of John Burch 1765 - 1847 born in Lympstone and married to Mary Sheppard.
red mail Amy Kerridge, Amie Kerige
I am trying to find details about Amy Kerridge who married Richard Windover in Ottery st Mary in June 1752. The only likely contender is Amie Kerige born in Lympstone Oct 1728. Her father was John and she had 9 siblings, ( Elizabeth, John x2, Peter, William, Samuell, Jane, Sarah & Stephen ), using a variety of spellings for Kerridge. If you have any information relating to this family I would appreciate your contact.
red mail Badcock
Searching descendants John Badcock b20.8.1820 Sampford Courtenay wife 1 Eliza b1823 North Tawton children Charles C. b1847 Emily b1849 Mary A. b1851 Sarah J. b1853 Amelia b1855 William Ingerson b1859 Joseph W. b 1860 wife 2 Mary daughter Eliza John died 2.7.1875 villiage of Lympstone
red mail Blampin, Street and Hare families
Looking for information on the following Lympstone families, lived in Lympstone 1780-1880.
Tapscott Family
Has anyone any information on the Tapscott Family of Lympstone. I am particularly interested in any Tapscotts that were there before the 1881 Census.

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