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Apologies for the vacation-caused delay, but here are are the latest additions to GENUKI/Devon:
Major additions (April 2019):
Devon - Court Records: Inquests Taken into Suspicious or Unexplained Deaths for 1892 (in Western Morning News) - transcript
Devon - Court Records: Inquests Taken into Suspicious or Unexplained Deaths for 1893 (in Western Morning News) - transcript
Devon - Genealogy/R: The Raleigh or Rawleigh Family (1913) - transcript
Devon - Genealogy/S: W.Shuter (1913) - transcript
Exeter: Exeter's Guild of Tailors (1913) - transcript
Georgeham: Harris of Wortham and Pickwell (1913) - transcript
Northam: Northam Baptisms (1841-1900) - transcript
Ottery St Mary: History of Ottery St. Mary (1913) - transcript
Poltimore: John Bampfylde (1913) - transcript
Southleigh: Will of Wiliam Drake (1625) - transcript
Talaton: Rectors of Talaton (1913) - transcript
Thank You - John in NSW & Bev for your comments on the question for the Bolt Marriage in 1853
I just returned from visiting our son and appreciate your help. Sorry I did not respond sooner.
I've just been informed that Barbara Mallyon passed away suddenly and
unexpectedly on Sunday 28th April.
No doubt long term members of this list will remember Barbara as a very
active & helpful member.
Our thoughts go out to her family & friends.
List admin team.
Does anyone on the list know they have an ancestor who lived at 32 New
Street, Plymouth? This is now known as The Elizabethan House and was
rescued from demolition and opened as a museum in 1930. It is closed at
the moment for restoration and conservation and when it opens the museum
wants to create a display that tells the story of the Elizabethan House
and the people who lived there.
The museum already have a lot of information about who owned it and the
names of occupants from census information, leases etc. but would like
to find out more information about the individuals if possible. I have
volunteered to do some research as part of a Community Research team and
would appreciate any information or reminiscences from listers about
ancestors who lived there.
Here is some information about the Elizabethan House.