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Topsham - Family Trees

Discussion in 'Devon' started by Emma, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. Emma

    Emma Member

    Only of temporary interest but see Topsham-Museum as to their exhibition running from 27 March to 29 May called Topsham Family Exhibition which is based around 80 local family trees. Fortunately I am visiting the area within that time and look forward to seeing it with a view to compiling something similar for the Devon village I am researching.
     
  2. Emma

    Emma Member

    Hope you have found it now?
     
  3. Heilan Lass

    Heilan Lass LostCousins Member

    Yes - worked fine! It all looks very interesting so enjoy your visit.
     
  4. linda

    linda LostCousins Member

    Emma, which Devon village are you researching? Is it Chudleigh by any chance?
     
  5. Emma

    Emma Member

    Sorry Linda - no I'm afraid it's Kingston in the South Hams area of Devon. Visited there earlier in the week and walked the route the donkeys used to take with the crab pots down to the river. It's still fairly isolated and really beautiful.
     
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