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01-05-2024 21:59
Sue Simonich ( U.S. , United States )
I have been researching the Newburgh family for 20 years. Enthusiastically tracking them into east Devon around Stockland when their name permutation appears to have evolved to Newbery/Newberry. Onward!
08-06-2015 20:08
Deborah Johnston
Just discovered my family came from Honiton in the 1600’s. My first connection with the UK! Excited to see what the town we came from looks like….and it’s history!!

A granddaughter of Walter Harris
14-03-2015 14:13
Hello. Does anyone who bought on the Heathfields Farm development (in Honiton) when the houses were built still have any of the original Sales Brochures for the sites that were built by Broseley Estates Limited?

If so, please could you contact me
03-10-2013 15:18
lucille ciani
i am a collector of laces and was very happy information on honiton lace. i am form massachsetts with an italian heritage. thank you
20-09-2013 18:07
Adrienne Landa-Font
We made a detour on route home from Plymouth for a second visit to Honiton. As previously, the visit to the museum was delightful, helpful, and mesmerising. My grandfather’s family the Golesworthy’s came from Honiton so it was good to be able to chat to people who could give me advice on their lives. Since I have begun to learn to make lace, I was delighted to be able to add to my collection of bobbins which have the museum name on them. Looking forward to visiting again when I can. Many thanks for the big welcome.