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Rattery Devon
RATTERY nestles in the hills little more than an hour's walk - from the quaint old town of Totnes. Its 13th century church stands beside the village green, still treasuring its Norman font. Its oak screen, rich... more
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red mail Maddick Family
I am researching the Maddick family and have 13 generations on our family tree. Jeffrey and Susannah Maddick emigrated to Australia and cousins left for Newfoundland in the 1850s. The Maddick family farm was Velwell. My line moved to Cornwall and then back to Totnes around 1900. Happy to exchange information.
red mail Richard Foster
Am trying to trace above he was a carpenter and married Elizabeth Caunter at Rattery in 1794 and had at least5 children William bap. 1794, Mary Ann bap. 1795,John bap. 1798, Samuel bap. 1810 Wilmot also bap.1810
red mail Sarah Williams
married a Charles HOCKINGS/HOCKING. possible connection with Brixham, Devon. They had some children, including my grandmother Elsie Alma HOCKINGS b Nov 1901. Elsie HOCKINGS married a William BULMER b Oct 1903.
red mail HUNT FAMILY
Searching any info on the Hunt Family in Rattery. Ancestor MARY ANN HUNT was born there abt 1820, she married a JAMES GIBBS PHILLIPS. They had at least 3 children, James G.K. Phillips b.1859 in Birmingham, Mary A.J. Phillips b.1862 in Tipton Staffs and George P. Phillips b.1864 in Plymouth. Any info greatly appreciated. As far as we now James Gibbs Phillips was a Fishing Rod Maker when he married Mary Hunt.
red mail Hynes
Looking for information on a Thomas Hynes, DOB 1844 emigrated from Devon,England to Canada in 1869. Parents were Thomas Hynes & Elizabeth Duff. Found a family in the 1851 Census who resided in Rattery, Devon. Does anyone have any information on this family? Thank You
Mary Stephenson, born Rattery 24 July 1792. Had illegitimate child Cassandra who married a Bunker in Modbury. Can find no later marriage for Mary. The Bunkers are in my Mothers family.
goss rattery
I have ancestors living in rattery and born their early 19c would like to contact anyone else researching the Goss family for the village.
red mail Maddick/Johnston family
Hello, I’m chasing information on my GG Grandfather, Jeffery Maddick and his wife, Wilhelmina Johnston. Jeffery was born in Rattery, Devon in about 1818. He married Susanna Osbourne at Totens in 1842. They emigrated to Australia on the “Maria Somes” in 1852. Susanna died in 1863 and he married Wilhelmina Johnston in 1864 at Ipswich in Qld. Wilhelmina came from County Tyrone. She arrived in Australia with her parents William and Eliza (Blakely), 3 brothers and 7 sisters on the “John Davis” in 1855. Any info would be appreciated.
red mail RATTERY Australia
Hello, looking for any people with the surname Rattery as only 5 in australia listed in phone book & we are all closely related. Would like to know where i originated from. Any other possible family out there with family name RATTERY.
red mail Wonnacott
Maria Wonnacott, originally from Rattery, Devon, married a George Woodley who was residing in Blackheath, London (about 1850 ish). Could George Woodley be related to the William Woodley family mentioned elsewhere here from Rattery? Very interested to hear of any possible link. thanks . . . John
Woodley Family
William Woodley b. 1746 Rattery, m. 1769 Susannah Ellams. They had 9 children in Rattery. Documented info on his ancestry welcomed. Kaye
red mail Parnell
Information on all Parnells from the Rattery, Harberton areas Ruth

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