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Ugborough Devon
UGBOROUGH's ancient church is striking for its length, 131 feet from end to end. The nave was refashioned 600 years ago and has fine arcades without capitals. The chancel has a chapel on each side, to which we ... more
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red mail Moysey - Bickford Families
We are looking for living decendents of Robert Moysey (b)1775 or Rebecca Bickford (b)1772 who are still living in the Ugbrough and Modbury district. We are visiting from australia in May and would love to find a distant relative to have oint or two with on our journey. Regards Roger and Janet
red mail Shillibeer's
Hi, Looking for any info on the 'shillibeers' spelt with variations now have a tree back to 1606 , have some missing links , any info would be helpfull. Regards Robert
red mail John Full/Grace Tope
Hi, Does anyone have any info on the above two people? John Full married Grace Tope on the 27th June 1782 at St Peters Church,Ugborough.Children were: Grace Full b:1783,Ugborough.Mary Full b:1787,Ugborough.Susanna Full b:1789,Ugborough.Peggy Full b:1791,Ugborough.Samuel Full b:1793,Ugborough.James Full b:1799,Ugborough.William Full b:1799,Ugborough.Thomas Full b:1801,Ugborough.Joseph Full b:1805,Ugborough.
red mail Prout
I would like to hear from anyone related to the Prout family,My grandfather was Thomas Herbert Prout as was my Father,my grandfather had a brother called Thomas Henry,who I think was married to Mary Jane.while on holiday last summer,I visited the Church and did find a few graves one being a Clifford Prout,my brother is called Clifford,it was raining hard so the visit was short,I hope to visit again this summer.
William Johns
Seeking information on William Johns who was baptised at Ugborough in 1812. His parents were William Johns and Mary Quint
red mail ann gill
looking for family of ann gill, who married john viney of Gittisham(Honiton) 20.12.1803
red mail BARNFIELD
Hi i'm looking for any information on the barnfields of ugborough, especially the ones that migrated to the gower swansea thanks
Horswills of Ugborough
I am trying to trace members of the Horswill family who came from Ugborough and North Huish. Some names are Samuel who married Jane Hill in 1825. Another Samuel fron South Brent who married Sarah? from Ugborough. William who married Emily Young in 1881.
red mail Thomas Smith
Would appreciate any information on Thomas Smith, born around 1745 married Elizabeth Callard in 1780.
Ugborough 18thC
I am connected to John STENTAFIELD b.1769 Ugbro' and Susanna WILCOX, who married Sept 1793 in Buckfastleigh. They had six daughters, I am connected to the eldest Susanna b 1794. I believe John's parents were: Thomas STENTAFIELD and Elizabeth SCREECH, who married in Ugbro 1769. Her mother may have been a MANNING with connections to the surname TRENICK in the 17thC. Would be interested to hear from anyone with connections to these families.
red mail Joseph Lane Passe
I would be grateful for any information on Joseph Lane Passe who was baptised in 1837 according to Ugborough Parish Records.
red mail COLE
I would like to hear from anyone with connections to Sarah Cole born 1842 and her father John Cole.
red mail James and Martha Hall
James Hall married Martha Lane at Easton-on-Gordon in 1814, where the eldest child Ellen Money Hall was born in 1815, and perhaps another three of their children. Later, the Halls are listed at Ashburton, where another daughter Catherine Hall is christened at the Wesleyan Church, Ashburton, Devon. Moving again to Ugborough where Edwin, Mary Lillie and Martha Jane Hall are christened in the years 1828, 1830 and 1832 respectively. Lydia was possibly born in Ugborough in 1835. In 1836 the Hall family emigrated to Tasmania on the Boadicea where the last of their ten children Matilda is born. James Hall dies in Hobart, 14 October 1862 and Martha, nee Lane on 10 July 1875. Ellen Money Hall marries Richard Augustus Frederick at Buckingham, Hobart20 March 1837 and they later emigrate with their family to join Paul Fredric already resident in Dunedin, southern New Zealand. Am interested in ascertaining the exact Devonshire origins of James Hall and other family connections to the county. Hearsay states that James was a gardener and this could explain his moving about so frequently.

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