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John Webber of Huish Champflower married Jane Eveleigh at Oakford in Devon on the 21st December 1711. I would be interested to exchange information with anyone who may know anything about these two individuals.
red mail Richard or Mark SEAMAN - wheelwright
MARK SEAMAN (later calling himself RICHARD SEAMAN) was born in HUISH CHAMPFLOWER in about 1853. In 1871 he was in in BATHEALTON & by 1881 was lodging in ENGLISHCOMBE nr BATH. He was a wheelwright there until the 1920s. I am trying to find out if he was working in the WELLINGTON area in 1885/1886.
red mail Vickery-Huish Champflower
Wm. Vickery's daughter Jane born 1838 is my G/G mother,would like to share info with other relatives. Jane first married Jacob Luxton and then James Smith
red mail Clayhanger
I am interested in Shopland who were born in Clayhanger and moved to Huish Champflower in the 1820s.
red mail Shopland
My great grandfather James Shopland was born in Huish in c 1826 and I am trying to go back further or get his brothers and sisters. He moved to Wiveliscombe and married Sarah Poole I think. There are some Shoplands of the right era to be his parents who died in Huish and were from Clayhanger ....
red mail Brookes / Shopland
I am researching a Benjamin and Mary Brookes from Huish Champflower. Benjamin bon 1810 and Mary b.1813 had several children: James, Ann, Mary, Hannah, Ellen, Sarah, Eliza, Henry. Benjamin died in 1859 and Mary re-married a James Shopland in 1863.
red mail FARMER family of Huish Champflower
James FARMER married Sarah HARDMAN on 14 Dec 1758 at Huish Champflower. They were my 6G Grandparents - I'm descended from their son, James FARMER, who married Mary HOLE at Treborough in 1780.
Shopland Family
From the mid 1700s the SHOPLAND surname has appeared in this village. It is thought the some Shoplands moved out of Devon into Somerset during the 1600s and it is this subject which is being investigated. Any item about any Shoplands from any period would be appreciated

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