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Have located him on board Vessel "Indus" in 1881 Census ref RG11 2214 Folio
146 page 14 aged 42 AB Pensioner and in 1891 at 44a Garden Street(south
End) Ref Stoke Damerel 1746 279 02 Folio 68 page 59 schedule 47.
details John Lakeman 53 School Messanger
Mary Lakeman 54
Ernest Lakeman 21 Shipwright
William Lakeman 17 Engine Fitter
Dear Chris and List, Thanks for your posting. Firstly I agree Alice and
Thomas were married on 7 Apr 1815.( Typing error) I understand that
Servington Savery owned both Fowelscombe and Hayford Hall and the 1851 Census
return which shows Mary Savery resident at Hayford Hall(ref HO/107/1874/352
page 3 gives her age as 64. This gives a lead to her birth date as Circa
1787, which is within the marriage/birth pattern of John and Thomazin. A
delay of 6 years before the first child was unusual around that time. Chris's
earlier posting showing Mary Lakeman as a witness in 1808 to the marriage of
David White and Sarah Laskey indicates a presence in the area prior to her
marriage and probably of an age to witness a marriage. If Mary is not the
sister of Alice,the possibility is that she could be a child of Amos Spry
Lakeman, on the assumption that he became a father around the age of 20. The
naming of a daughter of Thomas and Alice Rundle, Mary Lakeman Rundle b 24
April 1821does indicate a close family tie After all that I am prepared to
delve further to see if there are more Lakeman's to locate before we link
Mary and Alice. In my current family I have a sister who I cannot trace a
birth Certificate and she was born in September 1914. Maybe the start of
WW1was the reason.
Best wishes to all Lakeman seekers
Hello everyone, I've discovered this mail list and here is my contribution.
My GGGMother was Alice Lakeman b 5 Nov 1793, married Thomas Rundle 7 Apr
1813. My GGF was John Lakeman Rundle b Aveton Gifford 1827 Married Pricetown
1859 , d 1987 Plymouth, my GF b Princetown 1863, brother John Lakeman Rundle
b 1870. My Father, James Charles born 5 Dec 1886 died 1976. Cannot trace
John Lakeman Rundle after 1901, he may have gone to the USA. Jane Jarvis
Rundle is recorded at Fowlescombe 1n 1851 with Servington Savery, who married
Mary Lakeman in Sept 1813. Jane Jarvis is recorded as Niece. therefore Mary
Lakeman and Alice were sisters. Mary Savery is listed at Hayford
Hall,Buckfastleigh in 1851 aged 64. Thosmas and Alice Rundle were living at
Modbury in 1851 with two unmarried daughters, Alice (21)and Mary Lakeman(30).
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