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You searched for: Place: Devoran, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Viiferd Hawvo onl St. tlh Marcl ; the Agnes, Rowlasids, of lhisforh, wsich sai n eo from Briton Perry for Devoran osl the 2esl Marcb, 1202, and. wvtasspot-cn off the Lnugshipm oil the Oth MiMI, 2891; the Rtesolute, Jones, of Subscribers-only content

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    nl sorrow &rotsed by the affliction which had !,Mfen on the Roy!l Family. Wiliam 1 Bishop (23), a native of Devoran, near Trrro, met a horrible death duriug Monday weak. H le had he. n i sie. ping about in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be opene n the country at Aldborough, Yorkshire; Amble, I Northumberland; Biehopstoke, Hampshire; Bradfdeldi Berkbhire; Chacewater, Cornwall; Cheddar, Somerset-, shire; Devoran, Cornwall ; Ham-street, Kent; Hatfeld, Yorkshire; Holbrook, Suffolk; Hove, Sussex; Lla :nl.p mair, Montgomeryshire; Netherton, Worcestershire; New Quay, Cornwall; Subscribers-only content

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    cutting her down. The captain, the mate, and two men jumped aboard th; steamer, but a lad named Peter*, of Devoran, was lost, and is supposed to hay* beeu killed in tbe collision. A Solicitor Burnt to Death. - The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March s^Bsr_. -' '- asd TIOUE FACTOBS _j,FLE ACCOMMODATION FOB STORING r * flaw or Potatoes, may be had at Devoran, ' un moderate terms. rti Persons supplying the Gwennap and Redruth .istrictuith aa> ofthe above commodities, this j-i.fat-.ri is Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1701-31 December 1701

    , fort (Detroit). See Tieugh-saghrondio. Devaus , M., 743. Devon , County of (Mass.), 197. Devon Tribe (Bermuda), 495, 525. Devoran , Dinah, petition of, 448. Dew , George, 525, 1019. Dias , Isaac, petition of, 265. Dickinson , John,

    Memorial inscriptions, St John's church

    William, son of Thomas and Jane Thomas; died 1828, aged 2 weeks. Jane, daughter of H. and P. Treganowan, of Devoran, Cornwall; died 1841, aged 5. John Mathews, tailor; died 1844, aged 73. Edward Thomas, tiler; died 1823, aged 70.

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