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Trusham Devon
TRUSHAM lies in the valley of the Tame, its small church looking over the hills and far away. It is mostly 13th and 15th century, but above the doorway in its porch can be seen a filled-in Norman arch, and insi... more
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red mail Potters in Trusham
I am looking for information about my g-grandfather Samuel Potter and his wife Mary Jane Willcocks. I think Mary Jane was the daughter of one of the early schoolteachers in the village. They had three children who survived to adulthood but I believe they both died young. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Adrian Norman, Rector, 1615-1660
Adrian Norman was rector before and after the Civil War. He is commemorated by a bell in Trusham Church. He married Joanne Merdon about 1612 and they had many children. Anyone studying the relevant period?
red mail Cleave, Stooke & Pinchott Families in Trusham
I am interested in information regarding the Cleaves and Stookes who lived in Trusham. My great great grandfather James Westlake Cleave and great great Grandmother Sophia Louisa Stooke Cleave lived in the Cridford House and later Sophia lived at Tucketts Farm with her son, James Westlake Cleave Jr. and his wife, Mary Pinchott. This is where my grandmother, Margaret "Daisy" Cleave was born.
John Vooght or his Son Louis William Vooght were farming at Tucketts around 1890, I would welcome any further detail, was the farm part of an estate employing tenant farmers ?
Interested in connections with both the CLEAVE and STOOKE families of Trusham
red mail coombes of trusham
I have just researched my family (the Dyers of Trusham) and found a link with the Coombes family of Trusham dated 1828
Seeking information on COOMBES family, residing in Trusham 17-1800's
Am looking for further information on the family of Jane (Wilcocks) Harris of Trusham, (who married Thomas Harris on August 5, 1810, in Chudleigh). Jane was born in Trusham around 1791 to William and Elizabeth Wilcocks. She may have had a brother named Benjamin who was born around 1801. If you feel you may be descended from one of these individuals and/or if you have any additional information on Jane, William, or Elizabeth Wilcocks, please get in touch! Thanks!
red mail DYER- TRUSHAM
Hi, I am looking for anyone who has an interest in the Dyer family of Trusham- my ggg grandmother was Mary Anne NORRISH (nee DYER) she was from Trusham- her father was JAMES DYER and I have him living in Trusham in the 1861 census with his wife ANN. Would love to hear if these people are connected to your tree. Mads
red mail The Dyers of Trusham
I have traced my ancesters back to 1800 living in Trusham. I would like any information on Trusham(an or Chudleigh) which includes the Dyer family. This would include information on any Satterleys, Ponsford, Warren, Potter, Dolling and Townsends who married into the Dyer family.
red mail Trusham Wilcocks
Contact me I may be able to help. Paul

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