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Blackawton Devon
BLACKAWTON. We found its church a sad place all forlorn in a churchyard like a wilderness, yet preserving some of its ancient heritage. Most of it is 500 years old, and it has a grand piscina and sedilia, a Nor... more
 
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Blackawton Dick. Richard OLDRIDGE
Hello there. Does anyone know anything about Blackawton Dick, an ancestor of mine? Actual name Richard OLDRIDGE. My maiden name was OLDRIDGE. Some years ago, my mother received a letter form someone who said they had a small booklet, written by Thomas PILLAGE in 1864 called "The Memoirs of Richard OLDRIDGE - known as Blackawton Dick. It seems he was an operator in booths in fairs. He died on January 27th 1863. I have so far been unable to find anything more about him and would be grateful for any information. Thanks. Roma.
red mail brooking allery wootton
I am looking for connections to Joanna Allery WOOTTON parents Robert Wootton and Joanna Allery. Joanna married Thomas Searle Hutchings in 1842 which produced a son Henry Hutchings Thomas died in 1850 and Joanna married John BROOKING in 1851. Any one with connections and assistence in uncovering more info would be gratefully appreciated.
red mail Buckpitt
I have this Buckpitt family on my tree. John Henry Buckpitt 1839 - b: 1839 in Stoke Fleming .married Elizth Alice Foale 1841 - b: 1841 in Street,Blackawton I F Buckpitt 1869 - b: 1869 in Blackawton Elizabeth Amelia Buckpitt 1867 - b: 1867 in Fuge, Slapton,Blackawton James Tozer 1864 - b: 1864 in Cornworthy John Foale Buckpitt 1868 - b: 1868 in Fuge, Slapton. Alice Mary Buckpitt 1870 - b: 1870 Margaret Maud Buckpitt 1873 - b: 1873 in Blackawton, Devon, England Florence Mary Buckpitt 1875 - b: 1875 in Blackawton Samuel E Buckpitt 1878 - b: 1878 in Blackawton William M Buckpitt 1880 - b: 1880 in "Wadstray",Stoke Fleming Where or what is Wadstray? Is it the house near Dartmouth? Did Buckpit work there or own it?
red mail Wotton Family of Blackawton
Researching my Wotton Family ancestors from Blackawton Devon UK Robert Wotton b 1777 Blackawton married Joanna Allery 4th February 1800 at Blackawton.
red mail ellis family blackawton
interested in the ellis family from william ellis born 1806 wife jane 1811 chilldren owen cocker 1839 esther alice 1848 and susanne sarah 1843 who latter adopted my great grand mother alice blanche ellis 1872 newton abbott trying to find out how they were related also james phillip ellis born blackawton 1855 how they were connected. also william ellis, his sons and grandsons were all millwrights they mended and maintained watermills all over devon any information please.
red mail Buckpitt family
Interested in Buckpitts in Blackawton and nearby villages.
Oldreive
I am interested in all Oldreives, from anywhere, especially the ones in Kent, and Portsmouth and Jersey, as well as those in Blackawton.
red mail 1841 Census Takers
The following were involved as census takers in Blackawton. For H0107/211/3 Robert Phillips was the enumerator, Richard Harris, registrar and George Hannaford, superintendant registrar; for HO107/211/4 it was John Hannaford, enum., W.B.Hambling, reg. and Thomas Harris, supt. reg; for H0107/211/5 it was George Hellens, enum., W.B. Hambling, reg. and Thomas Harris, supt. reg. I hope this will be of interest.
red mail wakeham
Looking to find out about the Wakeham's of Blackawton. Grandfather Alfred Charles Wakeham born 1879, son of John Widdicombe Wakeham and Mary Syms Wakeham (nee Brownson). Siblings born in Devonport: Mary, John, Frank, William, Annie, Bessie; and one in Blackawton: Nicholas.
red mail gardeners
can anyone help me find Gardeners who have lived here...the earliest one I can find lived in 1415 and was the Rector

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