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Devon History Selection
This site started 1997 & still going in
 
Devon: "The county of red earth, ruddy apples, rosy cheeks
and honest men".
(attrib. to Sir Walter Raleigh).

 
WELCOME! Please scroll down for my Devon History articles and other Devon links.
My speciality is the North Devon area.
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Devon Families
 
BATH
  • Origins & History
  • COURTENAY
  • History/Genealogy
  • DRAKE
  • Resources
  • History/Genealogy
  • FURNEAUX
  • History/Genealogy
  • GALSWORTHY
  • History
  • GRENVILLE
  • History [Quote]
  • RALEIGH
  • History/Genealogy
  • LERWILL
    .....of North Devon
  • Origins & History
  • MITCHELL
    .....of North Devon
  • History/Genealogy
  • LERWILL/LERWELL : A family first recorded in Devon in 1204 - 800 years ago. Originally the name took the form 'de Loriewille', and similar spellings.
    LERWELL FARM, near Chittlehampton, is a remnant of the original family holdings. Click here to proceed to the Lerwill history.
       

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