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Payhembury Devon
PAYHEMBURY has the little River Tale, a medieval church and a 17th century house, and a giant yew split into four by lightning, yet still alive. To the north east is Hembury Fort, where picnickers sit down to a... more
 
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red mail Alice Maud Pain
Looking for any information on Alice Maud Pain born 1907 in Payhembury. She was the adopted daughter of Alfred and Susie Rose Dimond. Her mother's maiden name was Ayres. An Alice Ayers married Alfred's brother Robert in 1909. But I would like to know who her father was, why she was adopted, but kept her name and did not change it to Dimond and was she related to Robert's wife? Any information will be appreciated.
red mail The Eveleigh family
Looking for information about the Eveleigh family who lived in Payhembury. George and Florence had a daughter named Beatrice who married my uncle Reginald Dimond in 1914. I think that the two families are related in some way.
red mail Family history. Dimond.
I am looking for information concerning my grandmother Ethel Dimond (nee Symes). She lived at Hawkchurch till about 1916 when widowed she moved with her children to Payhembury. She eventually married a Mr. Murray. Between being a widow and remarrying she had a son named Billy Dimond, who was killed in ww2. I would like to know who the father of her son was. Also any information on Berry Cottage Hawkchurch. This is where the family lived previous to Payhembury.
red mail VENN
Henry Venn b. 1704 at Payhembury, married Jane Good of Warkley in 1727.Henry owned and worked "Coombe Farmhouse" just south of Kings Nympton, from 1734. Henry's father was either Edward Venn b.1679, or John Venn of Haskins. Love to know which one.
red mail Tucker family
Looking for those with a connection to Eli Tucker, a schoolboy in 1900, probably from Payhembury. I have something which would be of interest to you.
red mail Maddock in Payhembury
Looking to share info with descendents/relatives by marriage of the Maddock families of Payhembury and Honiton. William Maddock, born c1766 and sons John born c1787, James born c1789 and William born c1790.


 
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