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Stokenham Devon
STOKENHAM has in its church a handsome screen fashioned by the 15th century carvers and shining with red and blue and gold; some of the panels have been gaily repainted with saints and apostles. Two side screen... more
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red mail PAPY or PATEY - early 1600s
I have PAPY (or PATEY) ancestors in Stokenham going back to the early 1600s. Stephen Papy married Grace Philips there 14 SEPT 1669. Stephen was born at Stokenham in 1635, son of Richard & Bridget Papy. Does anyone have any details beyond this please?
red mail Yabsley
I am seeking information about the parents and siblings of Hannah YABSLEY b 1812 d 1881. She married a Robert Harman and moved to Kent. I have also inheited a grandfather clock from Edith Yabsley who I think was a great niece of Hannah but I have not yet been able to make the connection.
red mail MITCHELMORE families in Stokenham
Most families bearing the surname MITCHELMORE seem to have originated in Stokenham, Devon, or nearby. (The name was often spelt MUCHAMORE in earlier days.) I have a lot of information on several of these families. Please contact me if you are interested.
I an currently looking for anyone descended from any Medland families who lived at Stokenham or St. Budeaux in the late 1700s. or Devonport in the 1800s. I am also missing a death / burial for a Moses Medland (it's surprisingly common) possibly at Stoke Damerel between 1782 and 1833. Does anyone know if a transcription of monumental inscriptions or a detailed churchyard plan exists for St. Budeaux please? I know of the existance of two Medland tombstones there but I think there should be others. Also descendants of Joseph Medland (born 1772 at Stokenham) who married Ann Labdon at Stoke Damerel 08 NOV 1800
red mail Stone family at Stokenham
I am searching for any information on the STONE families of Stokenham from the 1700's and 1800's. Many of the males, William, Robert, Charles, John etc., were fishermen. George Stone was an agricultural laborer. Some of these Stone families are found on census records 1841-1901. Anyone with ANY STONE FAMILY information from Stokenham, Devon, England during the 1700's to the present would be greatly appreciated.
Bastard from Stokenham
Researching Bastard family from Stokenham Devon. Anne Bastard b Stokenham c1814 m George Pearce in Dartmouth 1836.
red mail DUREs from Stokenham/Kingsbridge
I would like to hear from anyone researching the DURE family which was in Stokenham in the 19th century, part of the Kingsbridge registration district.
red mail Pitts Stokenham
Looking for information on the ancestors of John Pitts and Sarah Elliott, farming at Muckwell Farm, Stokenham between 1820 and 1840
red mail Stokenham
samuel beer was born in stokenham about 1791 i do know that he had a james beer who was born in blackhawton would be grateful for any info

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