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red mail Albert Jones
Albert Jones is my grandfather and I'm wondering if anyone could help me find out what he did during the first World War. He was born on 4th Dec 1886 (parents Nathaniel and Evalina Jones, nee Kingdon) and lived at Dipper Farm, Whitstone, Cornwall. I believe he was in the Devonshire Regiment of the Royal Artillery. I have his dark olive green dog tag which is inscribed 14400429 Pte Jones. A. I also have a badge/brooch with Ypres embossed on it and a cap badge of the Highland Light Infantry, which may or may not be my grandfather's. Albert married Gertrude Noye on 8th April 1920 and they lived at Whitwell Farm, Colyford, Devon from then until they moved around 1943 to Stoneleigh Farm, Moreleigh, Devon. They also lived at Rill Farm, Buckfastleigh before moving to Ware House, Buckfastleigh around 1951. My grandfather died at Ware House in September 1971. I know nothing of his wartime history and would be so grateful if anyone could help.
Posted: 2021
red mail HEARD/WEEK ST MARY
As child visited an Aunty Phyl(lis)PETHICK -had a son Jim.Lived on farm nr.Camelford.Don't recall uncle.Have photocopy pic of a JED PETHICK.Name PETHICK on list of mourners for Fred BLUETT.Also understand I may have possible connection HEARD family.My genes are Saltern/Bluett.but these other names keep cropping up.Am only just starting research so 'Any'info would be much appreciated.Happy hunting.
red mail Heard/Stacey
Does anyone have John and Mary Ann (Stacey) Heard of Week st Mary in their tree? They married in 1855 and John gives his father's name as William Pethick a farmer. Have been unable to find a link so far.


 
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