BRAGINTON links in Devon
Hartland is a large parish in the county of Devon, located in the far north west on the border with Cornwall, high above the the Bristol Channel. The Parish Church of Hartland is St Nectan's Church at Stoke, dedicated to a fifth century Celtic saint. With an imposing tower it is regarded as the 'Cathedral of North Devon'.
GENUKI - Devon
Map and genealogical resources
1841 British Census Hartland, Devon Enumeration Districts 5 & 6 transcribed by Kathy Miller
BRAGINTON William aged 15, male servant at Tucking Mill
BRAGINTON Mary aged 75, at Ball Hill
BRAGINTON Sarah aged 75, at Ball Hill
BRAGITON (sic) Susan aged 70, at Stoke
BRAGINTON William aged 20, male servant at Titchberry
(all born in county of Devon) Folio and Piece Numbers are given on the website.
Bishops' Transcripts and Church Registers of Clovelly
North Devon (1620-1730) by Michael JL Wickes, indexes prepared by Brian Randell.
175 years in North Devon (1824-1999) Index prepared by Kay Sleith
BRAGINTON, Geo. Mayor p36
from White's Devonshire Directory of 1850
The Town Council, Borough Officers, &c. (includes)
Ex-Mayor, George BRAGINTON, Esq.
Aldermen, George BRAGINTON, Richard BRAGINTON
Charity Trustees, Geo. BRAGINTON
St Giles in the Wood
also known as Stow St Giles, 3m SE of Great Torrington, from White's Devonshire Directory of 1850
BRAGINTON Geo. Esq. steward to trustees of the late Lord Rolle, Rose Moor
- a Village in Time: photographic biography portrayed by Dennis L Heard
BRAGINTON Mary p10
3m NW of Great Torrington, from White's Devonshire Directory of 1850
BRAGINTON Geo. lime merchant, &c.
Monumental Inscriptions in Devonshire Churches
Index to names copied in the years 1769-93 by Thomas Wainwright, transcription by Jonathan Frayne
1857 trades directory for Hartland
extracts transcribed by John Bishop
The Church of St Nectan at Stoke is a landmark for mariners with its 'lofty and magnificent tower'. It contains several tablets including a dedication to the BRAGINTON family.
1857 trades directory for Northam
with the Townships of East and West Appledore, Devon, UK, transcribed by John Bishop
Alphabetical List of Clergy, Gentry, Etc.
BRAGINTON William D., Esq., Bidna
Richard BRAGINTON c1752-1812
William BRAGINTON m 1795 Elizabeth MATTHEWS
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