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red mail Orchard
If anyone lives in Luxborough and could tell me firstly if there is a gravestone in Blessed Virgin Mary churchyard for Robert Orchard born/baptised 1733 died Dec 1824, married Mary Baker in Dunster in 1764 and secondly what the inscription is? I have tried various ways of finding this information but to no avail. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks
red mail howe
looking for benjamin howe born in luxborough in c 1836. he married an elizabeth. he was living in cardiff in 1881. any info gratefully received.
red mail Tarr
I am looking for any information on William Tarr and his family. William was born approximately 1780. He married Ursula (known as Ufse) in approximately 1804. The following children were baptised in Luxborough, Somerset; Ann b. 1805, Jane b. 1807, George b. 1808, Salley (known as Sarah) b. 1 Sep 1810, Ursula b. 1812, Charlotte b. 1822,
red mail Langdon
Grateful for any information about Richard Langdon or his family. Born about 1770 in Somerset. He married Ann and had 5 children. John b.1795, Sarah, William, James b. 1807, and Elizabeth b. 1810. Three of these children were recorded as being baptised in Luxborough, Somerset. John Langdon married Eliza Sweet and had a large family (all in Luxborough), Sarah married Natham Palm in 1822, William Langdon married Salley (aka Sarah)Tarr, and James Langdon married Elizabeth from Cutcombe, Somerset. Robin
red mail Hole And Farmer Families
I am researching the HOLE and FARMER families who have had links with Luxborough for many years. My ancestry dates back to William and Mary HOLE who married at Luxborough circa 1741. Their daughter, Mary HOLE, married James FARMER in 1780 at Treborough. Any family tree information is always welcomed.
Shopland Family
From the mid 1800s 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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