A Compilation of Sercombe Families

Contents

If you are researching the surname Sercombe, or any of its variants such as Sercomb, Sircom, Sircombe, or Surcombe, I'd like to hear from you. My email address is at the top and bottom of every page on this site. You can use the table of contents at right to locate Sercombe families from various places in Devon, other parts of Britain, and countries around the world. I also suggest using the search feature of your browser (usually control-F) to look for your own Sercombe ancestors by name, place, occupation, and so on. If you find them, or if you can't find them, either way please send me an email.

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Frequency and Distribution of the Surname Sercombe

Sercombe is an unusual surname. In 1881, only about 500 people called Sercombe (including variant spellings) were alive in Britain, out of a total population of almost 30 million. There are probably only a few more today: about 150 Sercombe households are listed in British telephone directories, and a surname database based on official British government data counts 583 Sercombes, 20 Surcombes, and 11 Sircombes (it is said to overcount by about 7 percent). The name is found in even smaller numbers in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States, presumably all British emigrants and their descendants. (Switchboard has U.S. telephone listings for 40 Sercombes, 2 Sercombs, 1 Sircom, and 1 Sircomb. PaginasBlancas has telephone listings for 5 Sercombes in Argentina.)

Within Britain, the name is quite geographically concentrated. In 1881, about 74 percent of the 500 British Sercombes were living in the county of Devon or had been born there. Many of the remainder were in nearby Gloucestershire and Somerset, which together accounted for another 11 percent. Thirty years earlier, in 1851, of the fewer than 300 Sercombes in Devon, almost all were in the city of Exeter (about 24 percent) or the nearby rural parishes to its south and west, particularly Dunsford (26 percent). The mobility of modern society has made the pattern less extreme, but it remains: in the decade from 1996 to 2005, 38% of Sercombe births in England and Wales were in Devon, and more than half of those were in just the Exeter registration district.

Major Family Groupings

Was there just one original family called Sercombe, from whom all subsequent Sercombes are descended, or were there several independent origins of the name? I am still far from finding out, but I hope that the information on this page and on the linked pages of source material (see Sources of Information, below) will eventually help to answer that question. I do already know that at least 163 of the 500 or so Sercombes alive in Britain in 1881 were descendants of John Syrcombe, who had six children at Dunsford between 1714 and 1730. At least another 113 were descendants of Richard Southcumbe or Sircombe, who had seven children at Tedburn St. Mary, the parish immediately north of Dunsford, between 1603 and 1619. Almost certainly more than half of all Sercombes alive today are descended from these two men.

My own Sercombe ancestors, who were in Richard's branch of the family, lived in Exeter in the mid-1800s. My great grandmother Alice Sercombe was born there in 1849, the youngest of eight children of a wine and spirits merchant. Her father and two uncles came to Exeter from Bovey Tracey, about 10 miles to the southwest on the edge of Dartmoor, where their father had been a soap boiler. The generation before that lived in Hennock, adjacent to Bovey Tracey, and the one before that came from Dunsford.

Spelling Variations and Confusion with Other Surnames

Spelling, even of surnames, was not standardized until at least the 19th century. Before then, people just spelled the way they heard. You may find the same person's name written as Sercombe, Sircomb, Surcum, Syrcombe, or even occasionally Sharcombe or Circum. Later, particularly as literacy became more universal, the spelling Sercombe became standard. Outside the Exeter area, however, where the name was less familiar to the keepers of official records, the standardization sometimes settled on other spellings, particularly Surcombe (in and near Plymouth, descended from William Surcombe of Lifton, Devon); Sircombe (in Tewkesbury, descended from Henry Sircombe of Exeter and Tewkesbury); and Sircom (in Bristol, descended from John Sircome of Bristol). Just because you find the same spelling for several generations of your ancestors, don't assume it was always that way.

The problem of irregular spellings has an interesting silver lining. Before about 1700, but only very rarely after that, it is common to find spellings like Shercombe and Shercom, with SH instead of S. This is surely a clue to the name's early pronunciation (especially because, as noted in the next section, some of the possible locations for the origin of the name are still spelled Shircombe today). Similarly, the frequent absence of the final B in records going back to at least the 1600s demonstrates that this letter was already silent by that time, despite its survival into the standard spelling today.

There are several early examples of families who were sometimes called Sercombe and sometimes Southcombe. Today, Southcombe is a distinct surname, associated with North Devon rather than the Dunsford area. In at least one case (my own family, descended from Richard Southcumbe or Sircombe of Tedburn St. Mary) people consistently called Sercombe have ancestors who were more often called Southcombe. It is not yet clear, however, whether these two surnames truly share a common origin. It is possible that the confusion was sometimes only a recordkeeping error, though even that may be a clue to early pronunciation.

There are also examples of confusion with the Cornwall and West Devon name Seccombe. So far, such cases seem to be isolated.

Places Called Sercombe

Map References
In this section, U.K. grid references are linked to the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map site, references to maps from the 1890s mean historical Ordnance Survey maps found at old-maps.co.uk, and the word map in parentheses is linked to Google Maps (the U.K. version for places in England, otherwise the U.S. version).

The surname Sercombe is clearly geographical in origin. The word combe means "a deep hollow or valley", or specifically, in the South of England, "a hollow or valley on the flank of a hill" or "a steep short valley running up from the sea coast" (OED). It is found as an element of many English place names, especially in and near Devon. When English surnames became established, typically in the 14th century, it was common to take the name of the place where one lived. (It was also common, especially in larger settlements, for migrants to take the name of where they came from but had now left. For our purposes, the two are equivalent.) So probably the surname originated in one or more places called something like Sercombe. Where?

Places in Devon

One intriguing possibility, considering the frequency of the surname in Dunsford, is a property there called Leate and Circombe, which is mentioned in the Fulford Estate rent book for 1776. The rent book for 1800 mentions Leate and Shercombe and Leat, Shercombe, and Northzeal. (In both 1776 and 1800 the tenants were named Connett, not Sercombe.) A modern Ordnance Survey map shows The Leat (grid reference SX818900) adjacent to South Zeal, about a mile northeast of Dunsford village. An 1890 map shows Leat at the same location and marks North Zeal next to South Zeal. Neither map shows anything nearby that resembles Circombe or Shercombe. Both Leat and South Leat (perhaps an error for South Zeal?) appear as residences in the 1821 census of Dunsford, but Circombe/Shercombe does not. In Southwest dialect a leat is "an open watercourse to conduct water for household purposes, mills, mining works, etc." (OED).

Dwellings called Sercombes and Sercombes Cottage in Dunsford and the nearby parish of Tedburn St. Mary seem to be named after a person called Sercombe rather than vice versa. So surely is Sercombes Gardens (map), a road in Starcross, Devon, that is probably named for one of the basket-making families descended from Thomas Sercombe or Southcombe.

An estate called Sercombe is mentioned in the 1749 will of Francis Hamlyn of Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon. According to the Widecombe History Group, this is a local pronunciation of Southcombe (SX713764), which is a few hundred yards southwest of Widecombe village. (An abstract of Hamlyn's will appears in Worthy's Devonshire Wills. The original is now lost.)

George Lock of Sercombes at West Week is named as master in a 1773 apprenticeship indenture by the poor law overseers of Chulmleigh, Devon. (This is noted in a Devon Record Office catalog at Access to Archives.) West Week (SS732168) is about three miles northeast of Chulmleigh village. Neither a modern Ordnance Survey map nor one from 1891 shows anything nearby that resembles Sercombes. Perhaps the final s means that this place too was named for a person rather than vice versa.

There is a Sharcombe Farm near Luppitt, Devon (ST176063). The 1842 tithe apportionment for Luppitt noted that the farm included a Sharcombe Copse. Two early references to this farm are recorded on a website about the Rogers family of Luppitt: Mary Rogers of Sharcombe was buried at Luppitt in 1695, and Nicholas Rogers of Sharcombe was a Luppitt churchwarden in 1622.

Sherracombe (a farm, SS718358), Sherracombe (a wooded combe), Sherracombe Wood, Sherracombe Ford, and Sherracombe Lane are about two miles east of Brayford, Devon, in the parish of North Molton. There is an ongoing archeological dig at Sherracombe Ford, investigating a large iron smelting site from the late Iron Age or early Roman period.

Southcoombe (SS957059) and Southcoombe Bungalow are about two miles north of Silverton, Devon.

Places in Somerset

Crossing from Devon into Somerset, there is a Shircombe Farm (SS846308) about a mile west of Hawkridge, as well as Wester Shircombe, Shircombe Brake, and Shircombe Rocks nearby. (The rocks are shown on an 1891 Ordnance Survey map but not a modern one.) All these are on the left bank of Dane's Brook, which here forms the county boundary between Somerset and Devon. Could the element Shir- mean "shire" in this case? Although maps show the valley here to be quite steep, the tempting meaning of "sheer" seems unlikely since the OED gives no citations for that usage of sheer before 1800. About six miles to the east is another Shircombe Farm, on Shircombe Lane about a mile west of Brompton Regis, Somerset (SS935316). Nearby are Little Shircombe (SS936325) and (on an 1891 Ordnance Survey map but not a modern one) Shircombe Cottage.

A "mansion" called Sharcombe, in Dinder, Somerset, is mentioned in the book Somerset by G.W. and J.H. Wade (1949?). A modern Ordnance Survey map shows Sharcombe Farm, Sharcombe Park, and Sharcombe Grange on the north side of Dinder (ST576446). According to an estate agent website (viewed Aug 2006) there is also a Sharcombe Lane there. About two miles north of Dinder, another Sharcombe is the farmhouse of Middle Farm (ST575475) on the south side of West Horrington, Somerset. (This is mentioned in minutes from a 2005 meeting of the Mendip District Council Planning Board.) A business data website (viewed Aug 2006) lists a company with the address Sharcombe House, Peace Close Lane, West Horrington; that appears to be the same place.

Sercombe Park (map), a road in Clevedon, Somerset, is undoubtedly named for the family of William George Sercombe, who was editor of the Mercury newspaper in Clevedon.

Other Places in Britain

Much further afield is a Sharcombe on Old Guildford Road, Camberley, Surrey (SU902557). This place is unbuilt except for a cellphone mast, according to two documents from the Planning Applications Committee of the Surrey Heath Borough Council.

And rather improbably, Shire Combe (SS542874) is a crag on the coast about six miles west of Swansea, Glamorgan.

Places Outside Britain

In New Zealand, Sercombe Road in Geraldine (map) is presumably named for the family of Rupert Theodore Walton Sercombe, who is buried at Pleasant Valley, near Geraldine. Sircombe Road in Rangiatea, near Otorohanga (38°12'43" S, 175°20'10" E), is presumably named for the family of Richard Lewis Stanley Sircombe, who was of Rangiatea Road, Otorohanga, in 1915.

In Australia, there is a Sercombe Grove (map) in Hawthorn, Victoria (a suburb of Melbourne). I don't know which of the Australian Sercombe families this is named for.

In the United States, North Sercombe Road (map) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is presumably named for the family of John Sercombe, who were early settlers in the Milwaukee area and became prominent local businessmen.

Sources of Information

The information on this page is derived from a variety of sources:

Full references are given for the first few family groupings (see References). I intend to add similarly detailed references to all other sections eventually.

Descendants of Richard Southcumbe or Sircombe of Tedburn St. Mary (My Family)

Richard SOUTHCUMBE or SIRCOMBE, b. est. 1577, m. 24 Jul 1602 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, Elizabeth STRONG (bur. 3 Aug 1619 at Tedburn St. Mary), bur. 24 Feb 1642/3 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1641/2, swore the protestation oath at Tedburn St. Mary. Sircombe rather than Southcumbe only at his burial in 1642/3. [ref. 1aw,19c]
  1. John SOUTHCUMBE, chr. 15 Jan 1602/3 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
  2. Walter SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 14 Oct 1604 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 4 Sep 1632 at Crediton, Devon, Elizabeth PHILLIP, bur. 15 Feb 1686/7 at Tedburn St. Mary. In the 1660 poll tax, Walter and his wife Elizabeth were assessed at Tedburn St. Mary for property worth £6; their daughter Joan was in the same household. In 1678, of Tedburn St. Mary, contributed 3d. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's Cathedral following the Great Fire of London. At his burial in 1686/7, known as "Walter Sercombe the elder" (perhaps to distinguish him from his grandson Walter, then aged seven). [ref. 1c,1aw,18d,19a]
    1. Richard SIRCOMBE or SOUTHCUMB, chr. 22 Sep 1633 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
    2. Joan SERCOMBE or SOUTHCUMBE, chr. 13 Mar 1635/6 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 14 May 1661 at Tedburn St. Mary, Peter TRUMPE. Assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of her parents. On 2 Feb 1661/2, Peter (a weaver) leased "a messuage, a little orchard and meadow, and two closes" in Tedburn St. Mary for 99 years or the lives of his wife Joan and her brother Robert. He paid £32 10s. for the lease, and the rent was 8s. plus either a capon or 1s., with a heriot of £1 13s. 4d. [ref. 1aw,18d,18e]
    3. Robert SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 1 Jan 1640/1 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. Margery (bur. 3 Feb 1704/5 at Tedburn St. Mary), bur. 3 Aug 1704 at Tedburn St. Mary. Assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of John TREND at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1678, of Tedburn St. Mary, contributed 3d. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's. [ref. 1aw,18d,19a]
      1. Walter SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Nov 1679 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 20 Jan 1711/2 at Tedburn St. Mary. Walter's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1712. [ref. 1aw,2f]
    4. Grace SERCOMBE, chr. ca. Feb 1643/4 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 2 Jul 1692 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1678, of Tedburn St. Mary, contributed 1d. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's. [ref. 1aw,19a]
  3. Henry SOUTHCUMBE, chr. 19 Apr 1606 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 7 Jun 1634 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
  4. Richard SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMB, chr. 17 Jan 1609/0 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 7 Oct 1639 at Ashton, Devon, Katharine BODEN (bur. 22 Apr 1693 at Ashton), bur. 16 Jun 1690 at Ashton. In 1641/2, swore the protestation oath at Ashton. In 1660, with his wife, assessed for the poll tax at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aa,1aw,18d,19c]
    1. Bernard SIRCOMBE, chr. 2 Feb 1640/1 at Ashton, m1. 20 Feb 1682/3 at Ashton, Alice CARD, m2. 19 Jan 1695/6 at Ashton, Joan WYAT (bur. 5 Oct 1712 at Ashton), bur. 10 Jul 1715 at Ashton. [ref. 1aa]
      1. Richard SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 21 Aug 1684 at Ashton, m1. 1 Jun 1708 at Chudleigh, Devon, Anne SPENCER (bur. 20 Nov 1739 at Dunsford, Devon), m2. 26 May 1742 at Dunsford, Susanna CONNETT (bur. 23 Oct 1764 at Ashton), bur. 18 Dec 1760 at Ashton. At his marriage in 1708, of Dunsford. On 14 Oct 1723, in the wake of the Jacobite Atterbury plot of 1720-1722, signed an oath at the Castle, Exeter, Devon, swearing loyalty to King George I. In 1741, 1742, 1743, 1744, 1745, 1749, and 1750, either owned land in Dunsford worth at least £10 per year or had a long-term lease on land worth at least £20 per year. (This was the minimum qualification for serving on a jury.) At his second son's burial in 1738, at his remarriage in 1742, and at his youngest daughter's baptism in 1752, referred to as Richard Sercombe senior to distinguish him from his eldest son. Southcombe rather than Sercombe only at his and Susanna's burials in 1760 and 1764. The wills of Richard and Susanna (both now lost) were proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1766; in the probate calendar both Richard and Susanna were described as of Ashton. [ref. 1v,1aa,1au,2f,19b,20]
        1. Richard SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 10 Apr 1709 at Dunsford, m1. 23 Mar 1735/6 at Dunsford, Ann BOUDON (bur. 19 Sep 1749 at Bridford, Devon), m2. 16 Apr 1750 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter, Mary CANNON (bur. 29 Dec 1772 at Bridford), bur. 6 Mar 1756 at Bridford. At his daughter's baptism in 1741, referred to as Richard Sercombe junior to distinguish him from his father. Southcombe rather than Sercombe only at his second marriage in 1750. Richard's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1756. [ref. 1p,1v,1w,2f]
          1. Jacob SERCOMBE, chr. 6 Apr 1738 at Dunsford, m. 26 Nov 1786 at St. Petrock, Exeter, Mary HARRIS (b. ca. 1749, d. 19 Jun 1816, bur. 22 Jun 1816 at Bridford), d. 19 Feb 1802, bur. 21 Feb 1802 at Bridford. At their marriage in 1786, Jacob and Mary were both of Exeter St. Kerrian; the marriage witnesses were Thomas SERCOMBE (probably Jacob's brother) and Joanna BASTARD (see sidebar). In the 1791 Universal British Directory, Jacob was listed as a grocer, in Fore Street, Exeter. In 1795, calling himself a grocer and salt merchant of Exeter, he erected a memorial to his parents at Bridford. At his burial in 1802, he was a grocer of Exeter St. Petrock. At Mary's burial in 1816, she too was of Exeter St. Petrock. Mary made her will on 26 Nov 1811. It was witnessed by John D. OSBORN and Thomas A. CAUSEY and included bequests for four of her half-siblings and one of her cousins, the residue being left in trust for John SERCOMBE, son of her late husband's nephew William. Edward EARDLEY of Exeter, china and earthenware dealer, and John WEEKS of Bovey Tracey, Devon, yeoman, were to act as executors and trustees. Mary added a codicil to this will on 1 Mar 1815 after receiving a bequest of £276 from another of her half-brothers. The will was proved at London in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 27 Feb 1817. [ref. 1p,1v,1x,2g,4b,8i]
          2. Susanna SERCOMBE, chr. 7 May 1741 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
            1. William SERCOMBE, chr. 2 Aug 1761 at Bridford, m. 18 Aug 1793 at St. Petrock, Exeter, by licence, Julian BASTARD (d. 8 Nov 1802 "after a lingering illness", bur. 14 Nov 1802 at Bovey Tracey), d. 16 Nov 1807, bur. 22 Nov 1807 at Bovey Tracey. Witnesses at William's marriage in 1793 were Jacob SERCOMBE (presumably his uncle) and Mary BASTARD. At his wife's death in 1802, a grocer, of Exeter. At his death in 1807, a grocer and salter, of Exeter. William's will, in which he called himself a salt merchant and grocer of Exeter, was proved in the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter on 14 May 1809. In it he appointed as his trustee executors John HARRIS senior of Bovey Tracey, yeoman (possibly one of the half-brothers of Mary, widow of William's uncle Jacob SERCOMBE); John WEEKS of Bovey Tracey, yeoman (subsequently also a trustee of Mary's will); William CAWLEY of Exeter, gentleman; and William TAVENER of Dunsford, gentleman (possibly the husband of William's great-aunt Alice SERCOMBE). William left all his effects, with a total value of less than £3500, to his son John (or if John died without issue before the age of 21, which he did not, to John WEEKS). In 1811, described in Mary's will (posthumously) as a grocer of Exeter. The date 10 Dec 1816 is noted without explanation in the tax record of William's will. [ref. 1a,1p,1v,1x,2e,2g,6k1,6k2]
              1. William SERCOMBE, chr. 15 Oct 1797 at St. Petrock, Exeter, d. 3 Jan 1805, bur. 6 Feb 1806 at Bridford. At his burial in 1805, of Exeter St. Mary Arches. [ref. 1p,1x,4b]
              2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1798 at Bovey Tracey (according to the 1861 census), chr. 10 Feb 1799 at St. Petrock, Exeter, d. reg. Q2 1868 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, a gentleman, a patient at St. Thomas Hospital for Lunatics, Moreton Road, St. Thomas, Devon. In 1861, a grocer, a patient at St. Thomas Hospital for Lunatics, Brownhill House, St. Thomas. (The 1841 census return for St. Thomas Hospital for Lunatics is missing.) [ref. 1n,1x,3b,3c]
              3. George SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Sep 1800 at St. Petrock, Exeter, prob. d. by 1802. [ref. 1x]
              4. George Bastard SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Apr 1802 at St. Petrock, Exeter, prob. d. by 1809. [ref. 1x]
          3. Ann SIRCOMBE, chr. 8 Dec 1743 at Bridford, bur. 2 Nov 1755 at Bridford. [ref. 1p]
          4. Mary SIRCOMBE, chr. 26 Feb 1746/7 at Bridford, prob. d. by 1752. [ref. 1p]
          5. Thomas SIRCOMBE, chr. 17 Feb 1750/1 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter, m. 7 Nov 1779 by licence at St. Petrock, Exeter, Ann MATTHEWS. E. RAMSEY and George DENHAM witnessed the marriage in 1779. [ref. 1w,1x]
          6. Mary SURCOMBE, chr. 29 Oct 1752 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter. [ref. 1w]
        2. Ann SYRCOMBE, chr. 30 Jan 1710/1 at Dunsford, Devon, m. 5 May 1731 at Dunsford, Richard MORTIMER (son of George MORTIMER). [ref. 1v]
        3. William SYRCOMBE, chr. 14 Dec 1712 at Dunsford, bur. 22 Jul 1738 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
        4. John SYRCOMBE, chr. 29 Nov 1716 at Dunsford, m. 1 Jul 1742 at Dunsford, Devon, Elizabeth PAYNE (bur. 28 Feb 1792 at Dunsford), bur. 18 Nov 1767 at Dunsford. Apprenticed to John GLANVILL, a cordwainer. At his daughter's baptism in 1745/6, known as "John Syrcome junior" to distinguish him from another John SYRCOMBE (relationship unknown). On 29 Jun 1747, admitted freeman of Exeter by virtue of his apprenticeship. John's will (now lost) was proved in 1768 in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter. [ref. 1v,2f,17e]
          1. Anne SERCOMBE, chr. 22 Apr 1743 at Dunsford, m. 12 Jun 1766 at Dunsford, James COX. At her marriage in 1766, Anne was of Dunsford; James was of Doddiscombsleigh, Devon; John SERCOMBE (presumably either her father or her brother) was a witness. [ref. 1v]
            1. Elizabeth COX, chr. 28 May 1767 at Doddiscombsleigh. [ref. 1ab]
          2. Elizabeth SERCOMB, chr. 8 Nov 1744 at Dunsford, bur. 29 Jul 1755 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
          3. Mary SIRCOMBE, chr. 20 Feb 1745/6 at Dunsford, m. 6 Sep 1778 at Bridford, Devon, William ROLSTONE (b. ca. 1749 in Devon). In 1841, William was living with his daughter. [ref. 1p,1v,3d]
            1. Thomas ROULSTONE, chr. 21 Oct 1779 at Doddiscombsleigh. [ref. 1ab]
            2. William ROLSTONE, chr. 28 Jul 1782 at Doddiscombsleigh. [ref. 1ab]
            3. Mary ROLESTONE, chr. 6 Mar 1785 at Doddiscombsleigh. [ref. 1ab]
            4. Sally ROLESTONE, chr. 30 Oct 1791 at Bridford. [ref. 1p]
            5. Anne ROLESTONE, chr. 4 Oct 1795 at Bridford, m. 3 Aug 1830 at Bridford, her first cousin Samuel SERCOMBE, d. reg. Q3 1857 at St. Thomas R.D. At her marriage in 1830, Samuel was of Ashton; Betsy SMALRIDGE and Mary Ann MUGFORD witnessed the marriage. In 1841, living at Sciddow, Ashton, with her husband, their children, and her father. In 1851, living at Skidda, Ashton, with her husband and their children. Samuel is shown as a widower in the 1861 census. [ref. 1n,1p,3d,3e]
          4. Susanna SERCUMBE, chr. 26 Nov 1747 at Dunsford, m. 6 Nov 1777 at Doddiscombsleigh, John HILL. At his marriage in 1777, John was a husbandman. [ref. 1v,1ab]
            1. Ann HILL, chr. 2 Jan 1780 at Doddiscombsleigh. [ref. 1ab]
          5. John SERCOMBE, chr. 6 May 1750 at Dunsford, bur. 15 Jun 1777 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
          6. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Mar 1751/2 at Dunsford, bur. 26 Jun 1755 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
          7. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 23 Mar 1755 at Dunsford, m1. 3 Jan 1780 at Dunsford, Jane SEAWARD (bur. 24 Jul 1795 at Dunsford), m2. 10 Sep 1807 at Bridford, Ann (b. ca. 1757, m1. GALE, wid. by 1807, bur. 28 Nov 1825 at Ashton), d. 16 Apr 1828, bur. 21 Apr 1828 at Ashton. At his marriage in 1780, a carpenter; Elizabeth SERCOMBE (presumably his mother) was a witness. At his remarriage in 1807, of Dunsford; Ann was of Bridford; the marriage witnesses were John EASTON and George BAILEY. In 1812, a witness at the wedding of his son John (or was that his other son Samuel?). Made his will on 11 Mar 1826, describing himself as a carpenter, of Ashton. Among other bequests to his children and grandchildren (noted below) the will left Skiddy estate in Ashton to be divided equally between his two sons. The will was proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Exeter on 25 Apr 1828. [ref. 1p,1v,1aa,2h]
            1. Rebecca SERCOMBE, chr. 20 Jul 1780 at Dunsford, bur. 28 Feb 1805 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1783 at Dunsford, chr. 18 Sep 1783 at Dunsford, m. 9 Sep 1812 at Dunsford, Elizabeth CONNETT (b. ca. 1789 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 20 Feb 1864 at Dunsford), d. reg. Q4 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 3 Nov 1862 at Dunsford. His marriage in 1812 was witnessed by Samuel SERCOMBE (either his father or his brother) and George CRISPIN. At his son's baptism in 1813, a carpenter, of Kelland, Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1815, a carpenter, of Kings Court, Doddiscombsleigh. At his daughter's baptism in 1817, a carpenter, of Joices Cott, Dunsford. In 1821, a carpenter, living at Joices Cott, Dunsford, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Samuel and Ann, and weekly servant James CONNETT (perhaps related to Elizabeth?). In 1828, a carpenter, of Dunsford, executor of his father's will. In that will, bequeathed half of Skiddy estate (in Ashton) and the residue remaining after other bequests. In 1841, a carpenter, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Samuel, John, and Ann, and journeyman carpenter John GIBBINS (b. ca. 1815 in Devon). At his son's marriage in 1844, a carpenter. In White's directory for 1850, listed as a carpenter at Dunsford with his son Samuel. In 1851, a retired carpenter, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Elizabeth, their son John, and their daughter's son George SMALLRIDGE. In 1861, a retired carpenter, living at Sercombes Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Elizabeth. [ref. 1n,1v,2h,3a,3b,3c,3x,8d]
              1. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1813 at Dunsford, chr. 27 Jan 1813 at Dunsford, m. 12 Mar 1844 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1844 at St. Thomas R.D., Susanna GREGORY (b. ca. 1816 at Crediton or Tedburn St. Mary, d. reg. Q2 1895 at Crediton R.D., daughter of miller John GREGORY), d. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 4 Apr 1878 at Dunsford. In 1821, living with his parents. In 1828, bequeathed the working tools of his paternal grandfather (a carpenter). In 1841, living with his parents. At his son's baptism in 1845, a carpenter, of Sercombes, Dunsford village. In White's directory for 1850, listed as a carpenter at Dunsford with his father. In 1851, a carpenter master employing two men, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Susanna, their children John, Samuel, and Harriett, a servant, and his first cousin and apprentice Samuel SERCOMBE. In 1861, a carpenter employing one boy, living at Sercombes Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Susanna and their children John, Samuel, Harriet, Henry, Emma, Ellen, and Mary. In Morris's directory for 1870, listed as a carpenter at Dunsford. At the census in Apr 1871, a carpenter, living at 2 Sercombes Cott, Dunsford, with his wife Susanna and their children Henry, Emma, and Mary. At his son's marriage later in Apr 1871, a carpenter. At his burial in 1878, of Sercombe's Cottage, Dunsford. In 1881, Susanna was an annuitant, living at Sercombes Cot with her children Henry and Mary. In 1891, she was living on her own means at Cheriton Cross, Cheriton Bishop, Devon, with her daughter Emma. Relative of researcher Joan Anderson. [ref. 1n,1r,1v,2h,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3x,8d,8f]
                1. John Gregory SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 24 Feb 1845 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., Sarah COX (b. ca. 1845 at Dunsford, d. 8 Nov 1912, d. reg. Q4 1912 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Dunsford), d. 23 Mar 1910, d. reg. Q1 1910 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Dunsford. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a carpenter, living with his parents. In 1871, a carpenter and joiner, living at Improvement Place, St. Thomas, with his wife Sarah. In 1881, a master carpenter employing two men, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah, their children Frederick, Herbert, and Elizabeth, two employee carpenters/joiners, and a lodger. At his sons' baptisms in 1883 and 1885, of Dunsford village. In 1891, a builder, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah and their children Frederick, Herbert, Annie, Arthur, and Percival. At his son Frederick's marriage in 1894 and his son Herbert's marriage in 1900, a carpenter. In 1901, a carpenter, living at Sercombes Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah, their son Percy, and boarder Georgina C. TYRRELL (an assistant teacher at the board school). At his daughter's marriage in 1907, a carpenter. In 1911, Sarah was living at Dymonds Cottage, Dunsford, with her son Percival. [ref. 1n,1v,1ak,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4d]
                  1. Frederick Gregory SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1871 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1871 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 24 Sep 1871 at Dunsford, m1. 18 Oct 1894 at Dunsford, m1. reg. Q4 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., Emily SERCOMBE (relationship remote), m2. reg. Q2 1927 at Exeter R.D., Mary E. TOLL, d. reg. Q3 1958 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a carpenter, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1894, a carpenter of Dunsford; Emily was also of Dunsford; the witnesses were Walter SERCOMBE and Mary Ann SERCOMBE (probably Emily's brother and sister). At his son's baptism in 1895, of Butts, Dunsford. In 1901, a joiner, living at 7 Cecil Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Emily and their children Frederick, Florence, and Arthur. In 1911, a house joiner, living at 35 Union Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Emily and their children Frederick, Florence, Arthur, Jessie, William, and George. [ref. 1n,1v,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Frederick Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 9 Jul 1895 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1895 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 1 Sep 1895 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1978 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, an apprentice to a joinery, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,1v,3g,3h]
                    2. Florence Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1897 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1897 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a nursegirl, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                    3. Arthur John SERCOMBE, b. 13 Nov 1898 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1922 at Exeter R.D., Ellen Dorothy SEAGE (b. 13 Feb 1900, d. reg. Q2 1976 at Hatfield R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1979 at Hatfield R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                      1. Joyce D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1923 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1944 at Exeter R.D., Raymond G. COUSINS. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Raymond M. COUSINS, b. reg. Q2 1945 at Exeter R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        2. Susan J. COUSINS, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Hatfield R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        3. Ian COUSINS, b. reg. Q1 1954 at Hatfield R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        4. Linda COUSINS, b. reg. Q1 1954 at Hatfield R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        5. Janet COUSINS, b. reg. Q4 1959 at Hatfield R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    4. Jessie Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1927 at St. Thomas R.D., Cecil G. WRIGHT. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Audrey F.E. WRIGHT, b. reg. Q4 1928 at St. Thomas R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Frederick W. WRIGHT, b. reg. Q4 1933 at St. Thomas R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    5. William Henry SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jul 1905 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Jul 1989 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                    6. George SERCOMBE, b. 28 Dec 1906 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1907 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Feb 1991 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                  2. Herbert John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 24 May 1874 at Dunsford, m. 7 Jul 1900 at Hornsey, Middlesex, m. reg. Q3 1900 at Edmonton R.D., Mary Jane WEDLAKE (how related?), d. 21 Mar 1909, d. reg. Q1 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Dunsford. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a carpenter, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1900, a carpenter, of 15 Newlands Road, Hornsey; Mary Jane was of Hill Farm, Holcombe Burnell, Devon. In 1901, a carpenter, living at 4 St. Anns Circus, Hornsey, with his wife Mary and brother Arthur. At his daughter's baptism later in 1901, a carpenter, of 4 St. Anne's Circus, Hornsey. Witnessed his sister Annie Elizabeth's marriage in 1907. In 1911, Mary Jane was a housemaid in the BYROM household at Culver House, Holcombe Burnell. [ref. 1n,1v,1ak,3e,3f,3g,3h,4d]
                    1. Alice Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 22 Jun 1901 at Hornsey, b. reg. Q3 1901 at Edmonton R.D., chr. 1 Sep 1901 at Hornsey. In 1911, at school, living with her maternal grandmother (but described as her niece). [ref. 1n,1ak,3h]
                    2. Herbert James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1904 at Edmonton R.D., d. reg. Q3 1904 at Edmonton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    3. James Gregory SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1905 at Edmonton R.D., d. reg. Q2 1906 at Edmonton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    4. Cecil Frank SERCOMBE, b. 29 Feb 1908 at Hornsey, b. reg. Q1 1908 at Edmonton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1933 at Barnet R.D., Evelyn E. GODDARD (b. 24 Apr 1909, d. reg. Jan 2003 at Harrow R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1990 at Brent R.D. In 1911, living with his maternal grandmother (but described as her nephew). [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Derek F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1938 at Barnet R.D., m. reg. Q1 1963 at West Ham R.D., Edith M. MANNING. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Mark D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1964 at Watford R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        2. Elaine May E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1967 at Hendon R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  3. Elizabeth Rice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 20 Dec 1876 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 22 Sep 1881 at Dunsford. In 1881, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1v,3e]
                  4. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 6 Jul 1879 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 28 Aug 1879 at Dunsford. [ref. 1n,1v]
                  5. Bessie Cox SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Feb 1882 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 13 May 1882 at Dunsford. [ref. 1n,1v]
                  6. Annie Elizabeth or Elizabeth Annie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1883 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 2 Sep 1883 at Dunsford, m. 1 Apr 1907 at Hornsey, m. reg. Q2 1907 at Edmonton R.D., Henry PALK (b. ca. 1881 at Dunsford, son of William John PALK, a shoemaker). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a kitchenmaid in the BAILEY household at The Quarries, St. Thomas. At her marriage in 1907, a parlormaid, of 4 St. Anns Circus, Hornsey (her brother Herbert's address in 1901); Henry was a joiner, of 36 Birkbeck Road, Hornsey. Annie's marriage in 1907 was witnessed by her brother Herbert and by Harry TYRRELL. (Was Harry related to her parents' boarder Georgina TYRRELL?) In 1911, living at 3 St. Anns Road, Hornsey, with her husband Henry (a carpenter and joiner for a builder), their children Edith and Cyril, and her boarding brother Arthur. [ref. 1n,1v,1ak,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Edith Emily PALK, b. ca. 1908 at Hornsey. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 3h]
                    2. Cyril Henry PALK, b. ca. 1909 at Hornsey. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 3h]
                    3. Lilian M. PALK, b. reg. Q3 1911 at Edmonton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    4. Marjorie G. PALK, b. reg. Q2 1916 at Edmonton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  7. Arthur William or William Arthur SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1883 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1916 at Edmonton R.D., Dorothy Ann MOODY (b. 14 Mar 1894, d. reg. Q3 1980 at Brentwood R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1953 at Wood Green R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a journeyman carpenter, living with his brother Herbert. In 1911, a carpenter and joiner for a builder, boarding with his sister Annie. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Irene D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1918 at Edmonton R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1941 at Edmonton R.D., Percy T. DUTTON, m2. reg. Q2 1951 at Wood Green R.D., Dennis G. CLIFFORD. [ref. 1n]
                  8. Percival "Percy" Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 18 Feb 1885 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1923 at St. Thomas R.D., Maude M.W. PASSMORE (b. 25 Jun 1897, d. reg. Q2 1981 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1957 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a carpenter, living with his parents. In 1911, a carpenter, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,1v,3f,3g,3h]
                2. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. 16 Jan 1847 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 31 Jan 1847 at Dunsford, m. 30 Apr 1871 at St. James, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1871 at Exeter R.D., Emma GLIDDON (b. 30 Nov 1849 in England, d. 10 Jul 1917 at 888 Lorne Avenue, London, Ontario, daughter of lighterman Charles Edward GLIDDON), d. 18 Jan 1916 at 888 Lorne Avenue. In 1851 and 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a carpenter, lodging at 17 Russell Street, Exeter. At his marriage on 30 Apr 1871, a carpenter, of Summerland Street, Exeter; Emma was also of Summerland Street; the marriage witnesses were William Joseph WHITE and Elizabeth M.H. WHITE. Samuel and Emma sailed from Plymouth on the ship Delta, ca. 12 May 1873, arriving at Quebec on 30 May 1873. In 1881 and 1891, Samuel was a carpenter, living at London, Ontario, with his wife Emma. In 1901, he was a foreman car builder, living at London, Ontario, with his wife Emma. He and Emma were Methodists. (Where in 1911 and how related to Samuel SERCOMBE?) [ref. 1n,1r,1v,1af,3b,3c,3d,11d,13a,13b,13h]
                3. Harriet SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1850 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1850 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 May 1850 at Dunsford, m. 1874 at St. George, Doncaster, Yorkshire, m. reg. Q3 1874 at Doncaster R.D., William ARNELL (b. ca. 1849 at Terrington, Yorkshire, m2. reg. Q4 1887 at Marylebone R.D., Louisa BARLOW [b. ca. 1856 at Farndon, Nottinghamshire]), d. reg. Q3 1881 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a parlour maid in the STEPHENS household at Culver House, Holcombe Burnell. In 1881, living at 63 The Strand, Starcross, Kenton, Devon, with her husband William (a tailor) and their children Clara and Edwin. In 1891, William was a tailor, living at 40 Buckingham Road, Willesden, Middlesex, with his wife Louisa, children Clara and Edwin, and a son by Louisa. In 1901, he was a journeyman tailor, living at 40 Buckingham Road, Willesden, with his wife Louisa and a daughter by her. [ref. 1n,1v,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Clara ARNELL, b. ca. 1877 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1877 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother. In 1901, a servant in the SIMPSON household at 2 Campdale Road, Islington, London. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                  2. Edwin ARNELL, b. ca. 1880 at Heavitree, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1880 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. [ref. 1n,3e,3f]
                4. Henry Leonard SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 1 Jun 1852 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1889 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 12 Jan 1889 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an assistant to his father, living with his parents. In 1881, a rural letter carrier, living with his parents. At his burial in 1889, of Higher Butts, Dunsford. [ref. 1n,1v,3c,3d,3e]
                5. Emma Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 7 Nov 1854 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1906 at Exeter R.D., James ENDERSON (b. ca. 1854, d. reg. Q2 1908 at Tiverton R.D.). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the MILFORD household at Dunsford. In 1891, living with her mother. In 1901, living with her sister Mary. In 1911, of private means, living at Cheriton Bishop. [ref. 1n,1v,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                6. Ellen (or Helen) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Nov 1857 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 26 Apr 1863 at Dunsford. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1v,3c]
                7. Mary Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. Nov 1860 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 28 Dec 1887 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1887 at St. Thomas R.D., Samuel SHILSTONE (b. ca. 1858 at Tedburn St. Mary, son of James SHILSTONE, a carpenter). In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a domestic servant out of employ, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1887, of Dunsford; Samuel was a carpenter, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were Henry Leonard SERCOMBE (Mary's brother) and Sarah PONSFORD. In 1891, living at Cheriton Cross, Cheriton Bishop, next door to her mother, with her husband Samuel (a carpenter and joiner) and their daughters Clara and Ethel. In 1901, living at Cheriton Cross with her husband Samuel (a carpenter and builder), their children Clare, Ethel, Minnie, Bessie, Percy, Edith, and Cecil, and her sister Emma. [ref. 1n,1v,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Clara or Clare SHILSTONE, b. ca. 1888 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  2. Ethel Kate SHILSTONE, b. ca. 1890 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  3. Minnie J. SHILSTON, b. ca. 1891 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
                  4. Bessie M. SHILSTON, b. ca. 1893 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
                  5. Percy Samuel SHILSTON, b. ca. 1895 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Crediton R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                  6. Edith M. SHILSTON, b. ca. 1897 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
                  7. Cecil L. SHILSTON, b. ca. May 1900 at Cheriton Bishop. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g]
              2. John SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Feb 1815 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 14 Sep 1851 at Dunsford. Not enumerated with his parents on census night in 1821. In 1828, bequeathed £10 in his paternal grandfather's will. In 1841, living with his parents. In Mar 1851, a road contractor, living with his parents. At his burial in Sep 1851, of Higher Butts. [ref. 1n,1v,2h,3a,3b,3x]
              3. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 3 Aug 1817 at Dunsford, m. 23 Jul 1844 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1844 at St. Thomas R.D., Joseph SMALLRIDGE (son of blacksmith William SMALLRIDGE). In 1821, living with her parents. In 1828, bequeathed £5 in her paternal grandfather's will. In 1841, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1844, her husband Joseph was a blacksmith. [ref. 1n,1v,2h,3a,3x]
                1. George SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1844 at Dunsford. In 1851, a scholar, living with his maternal grandparents. [ref. 3b]
            3. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. privately 8 Jan 1786 and publicly 15 Jan 1786 at Dunsford, bur. 20 Jun 1801 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
            4. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1787 at Dunsford, m. 3 Aug 1830 at Bridford, his first cousin Ann ROLESTONE, d. reg. Q2 1868 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1828, bequeathed £15 and half of Skiddy estate (in Ashton) in his father's will. At his marriage in 1830, of Ashton; Betsy SMALRIDGE and Mary Ann MUGFORD witnessed the marriage. At his daughter's baptism in 1831, a farmer, of Ashton. At his son's baptism in 1833, a farmer, of Kiddons (a detached part of Exminster parish, subsequently transferred to Ashton civil parish -- see also John SERCOMBE). At his daughter's baptism in 1834, a farmer, of Ashton. At his daughter's baptism in 1836, a farmer, of Skidder, Ashton. In 1841, a farmer, living at Sciddow, Ashton, with his wife Ann, their children Mary, Samuel, Jane, and Elizabeth, and William ROLSTONE (Ann's father). In White's directory for 1850, a farmer at Ashton. In 1851, a farmer of 9 acres leasehold, living at Skidda, Ashton, with his wife Ann and their daughters Maryann, Jane, and Elizabeth. At his children's marriages in 1853, 1857, and 1859, a farmer. In 1861, a retired farmer, living with his son-in-law Samuel SNELLING. (If Samuel had a previous marriage before Ann, is he the same person as Samuel SERCOMBE?) [ref. 1n,1p,1aa,1ai,2h,3a,3b,3c,8d]
              1. Mary Anne SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1831 at Ashton, chr. 26 Apr 1831 at Ashton, m. 15 May 1853 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1853 at Exeter R.D., Samuel Morris SNELLING (b. ca. 1827 at Wolborough, Devon, son of John SNELLING, a cabinetmaker). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a dressmaker, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1853, a dressmaker, of Edmund Street, Exeter; Samuel was a joiner, also of Edmund Street. In 1861, a builder's wife, living (presumably as a visitor) at Francis Street, Kenwyn, Cornwall, in the household of her husband's sister Hannah SNELLING (b. ca. 1832 at Newton Abbot in Wolborough parish, m. reg. Q3 1853 at Newton Abbot R.D., William Periam CURTIS); Samuel was a carpenter, living at Bridge Street, Newton Abbot, with Mary Anne's father Samuel and sister Elizabeth and three lodgers. In 1871, living at Edwards's Court, Wolborough, with her husband Samuel (a carpenter and joiner), her visiting brother Samuel and his family, and a lodger. [ref. 1n,1aa,1ai,3a,3b,3c,3d]
              2. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1833 at Ashton, chr. 8 Apr 1833 at Ashton, m1. 1 Jun 1857 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m1. reg. Q2 1857 at Exeter R.D., Mary Catherine SNELLING (b. ca. 1829 at Newton Abbot, d. reg. Q1 1871 at Newton Abbot R.D., daughter of John SNELLING, a cabinetmaker), m2. Q2 1889 at Newton Abbot R.D., Sarah Elizabeth IVES (b. ca. 1841 at Puttenham, Hertfordshire, d. reg. Q1 1892 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1894 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a carpenter's apprentice in the household of his first cousin Samuel SERCOMBE. At his marriage in 1857, a joiner, of Bonhay, Exeter; Mary was also of Bonhay. In 1861, a carpenter, living at 24 Fairfield Terrace, Newton Abbot, with his wife Mary (a dressmaker), their daughters Florence and Kate, and visitor Mary A. CARNELL (b. ca. 1850 at Kingsteignton, Devon). In 1871, a carpenter and joiner, visiting his sister Mary Ann with his daughters Kate, Marianne, and Nellie. In 1881, a builder employing five men and two boys, living at 81 Queen Street, Wolborough, with his daughters Florence, Maryanne, and Nellie and his niece Henrietta MANN. In 1891, a carpenter and joiner, living at 31 Wolborough Street, Wolborough, with his wife Sarah (a grocer) and a servant. [ref. 1n,1aa,1ai,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f]
                1. Florence SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1859 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1888 at Sheffield R.D., Ernest Lewin WIGG (b. ca. 1860 at Wenhaston, Suffolk). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, visiting her father's sister Elizabeth. In 1881, a milliner, living with her father. In 1891, living at 219 Shirebrook Road, Heeley, Yorkshire, with her husband Ernest (a hosier's traveller) and his brother Arthur. In 1901, living at 107 West Street, Grimsbury, Oxfordshire, with her husband Ernest (a draper's buyer and manager). [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                2. Kate Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. Nov 1860 at Newton Abbot or Wolborough, b. reg. Q4 1860 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1886 at Newton Abbot R.D., William WYATT (b. ca. 1860 at Brixham, Devon). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her father. In 1881, a housekeeper, visiting her father's sister Elizabeth. In 1891, a patient in the Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster; William was a house carpenter, living at 28 Bolton Street, Brixham. In 1901, living at 50 Bolton Street, Brixham, with her husband William (a house carpenter and undertaker) and their children Nellie and William. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Alice Kate WYATT, b. ca. 1887 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891, living with her father's mother at 2 Elm Tree Crescent, Torquay, Devon, together with her sister Nellie. [ref. 1n,3f]
                  2. Nellie Sercombe WYATT, b. ca. 1889 at Brixham, b. reg. Q1 1889 at Totnes R.D. In 1891, living with her father's mother at 2 Elm Tree Crescent, Torquay, together with her sister Alice. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  3. William Samuel S. WYATT, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Brixham, b. reg. Q3 1900 at Totnes R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                3. Marianne SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q3 1862 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1886 at Newton Abbot R.D., Robert Frederick ATWILL (b. ca. 1860 at Torquay). In 1871, a scholar, living with her father. In 1881, a draper's assistant, living with her father. In 1891, living at School House, Brixton, Devon, with her husband Frederick (an elementary school master) and their children Harold and Freda. In 1901, living at 2 Queens Terrace, Great Torrington, Devon, with her husband Robert (an elementary schoolmaster) and their children Harold, Kenneth, Freda, and Alice. Relative of researcher Philip Atwill. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Harold F. ATWILL, b. ca. 1886 at St. Thomas. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  2. Kenneth Sercombe ATWILL, b. ca. 1888 at Brixton, b. reg. Q3 1888 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1891, living with his father's parents at 2 Devon Square, Newton Abbot. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  3. Freda M. ATWILL, b. ca. Jul 1890 at Brixton. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  4. Alice Sercombe ATWILL, b. 18 Aug 1891 at Brixton, b. reg. Q3 1891 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., d. reg. Q3 1975 at Torbay R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                4. Samuel Snelling SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1864 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q4 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D. [ref. 1n]
                5. (probably) Annie Snelling SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1865 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q3 1866 at Newton Abbot R.D. [ref. 1n]
                6. Nellie Snelling SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1868 at Wolborough or Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1868 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1890 at Ecclesall Bierlow R.D., Charles Alfred CLARKE (b. ca. 1860 at Newton Abbot). In 1871, living with her father. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father. In 1891, living at 3 Aberdeen Place, Marylebone, London, with her husband Charles (a workhouse engineer) and his mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f]
              3. Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1834 at Ashton, chr. 25 Dec 1834 at Ashton, m. 16 May 1859 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1859 at Exeter R.D., William MANN (b. ca. 1835 at Bickington, Devon, son of Thomas MANN, a farmer). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1859, a dressmaker, of Edmund Street, Exeter; William was a cabinetmaker, also of Edmund Street. In 1861, living at 23 Fairfield Terrace, Newton Abbot, with her husband William (a cabinet maker) and their daughter Henrietta. [ref. 1n,1aa,1ai,3a,3b,3c]
                1. Henrietta MANN, b. ca. Mar 1860 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q2 1860 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q4 1893 at Newton Abbot R.D., William Thomas DYER (b. ca. 1865 at Tiverton, Devon). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, visiting her aunt Elizabeth. In 1881, a milliner, living with her mother's brother Samuel. In 1891, an assistant to draper William TURNER at 27 Union Street, Torquay, Devon. In 1901, living at 5 High East Street, Dorchester, Dorset, with her husband William (a grocer), their son Percy, cousin Lucy L. MANN (b. ca. 1872 at Holne, Dorset), and a domestic servant. Ancestor of researcher Ivan Dyer. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Percy Harold DYER, b. ca. 1895 at St. Marychurch, near Torquay, b. reg. Q2 1895 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g]
              4. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1836 at Ashton, chr. 13 Nov 1836 at Ashton, m. reg. Q1 1865 at Totnes R.D., Thomas ROLSTONE (b. ca. 1833 at Brixham or Churston Ferrers, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1893 at Totnes R.D.). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a dressmaker, living with her father and her brother-in-law Samuel SNELLING. In 1871, living at the Shot Over Inn, Higher Street, Brixham, with her husband Thomas (the innkeeper), their children Thomas and Evelina, visiting nieces Florence SERCOMBE and Henrietta MANN, and a domestic servant. In 1881, living at Higher Street, Brixham, with her husband Thomas (an innkeeper), their children Thomas, Evelina, Kate, Edward, Louis, and Amelia, her visiting niece Kate (daughter of her brother Samuel), and a family of lodgers. In 1891, living at 44 Higher Street, Brixham, with her husband Thomas (a licenced victualler), their children Evelina, Ernest, Louis, Amelia, and Florence, and her (or Thomas's) niece Fanny A. STANBURY (a mother's help, b. ca. 1866 at Dittisham, Devon). In 1901, living on her own means at Cumters(?) Terrace, Brixham, with her children Ernest, Amelia, and Florence and her grandson Frederick ROLSTONE (b. ca. 1892 at Newton Abbot). [ref. 1aa,1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                1. Thomas William H. ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1867 at Brixham, b. reg. Q1 1867 at Totnes R.D. In 1871 and 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
                2. Evelina ROLSTONE, b. ca. Oct 1870 at Brixham, b. reg. Q4 1870 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q3 1899 at Totnes R.D., Sidney SKINNER (b. ca. 1870 at Brixham). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a milliner, living with her parents. In 1901, living at 51 Fore Street, Brixham, with her husband Sidney (a baker) and their daughter Evalina. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Evalina I. SKINNER, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Brixham. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
                3. Kate Elizabeth ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1872 at Brixham, b. reg. Q3 1872 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q4 1893 at Totnes R.D., Robert CARLILE (b. ca. 1869 at Brixham). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living a Lilliput Road, Parkstone, Dorset, with her husband Robert (a carpenter and joiner) and their daughter Freda. [ref. 1n,3e,3g]
                  1. Freda CARLILE, b. ca. 1899 at Parkstone. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
                4. Ernest ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1875 at Brixham, b. reg. Q3 1875 at Totnes R.D. In 1881 (enumerated as Edward), a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a baker's assistant, living with his parents. In 1901, a carpenter, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                5. Louis ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1877 at Brixham, b. reg. Q1 1877 at Totnes R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a butcher, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3e,3f]
                6. Amelia Ann ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1878 at Brixham, b. reg. Q4 1878 at Totnes R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a draper's assistant, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                7. Florence ROLSTONE, b. ca. 1882 at Brixham, b. reg. Q4 1882 at Totnes R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
            5. Jane SERCOMBE, chr. 20 Feb 1791 at Dunsford, m. 30 Aug 1812 at Doddiscombsleigh, James GIBSON (b. ca. 1790 in Devon). In 1811, living in the ARCHER household at Doddiscombsleigh. At Jane's marriage in 1812, her husband James was a husbandman. In 1828, Jane was bequeathed £15 in her father's will. In 1841, living at Willhayes, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband James (an agricultural laborer) and their daughter Eliza. [ref. 1v,1ab,2h,3a,3w]
              1. (probably) Eliza GIBSON, b. ca. 1829 in Devon. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 3a]
            6. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Aug 1794 at Dunsford, bur. 22 Sep 1795 at Dunsford. (Mary's entry in the Dunsford baptism register gives her mother's name as Elizabeth, not Jane. That would make her the daughter of another Samuel SERCOMBE, but it appears to be an error by the clerk.) [ref. 1v]
          8. Elizabeth SERCOMB, chr. 14 Apr 1757 at Dunsford, bur. 29 Dec 1776 at Dunsford. [ref. 1v]
          9. Richard SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Oct 1758 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. 1 Jan 1781 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, Ann TOOTELL (b. ca. 1759, bur. 11 Jul 1834 at Dunsford, Devon), bur. 15 Aug 1832 at Dunsford. (Richard's christening was recorded in error in the register of St. Mary Steps, Exeter.) On 18 Jun 1790, a brushmaker in London, admitted freeman of Exeter in succession to his father. At his death in 1832, of the Dunsford Poorhouse. At her death in 1834, Ann was of the Dunsford Poorhouse. [ref. 1v,1w,1dc,17e]
            1. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Aug 1781 at St. Kerrian, Exeter, m. 28 Dec 1801 at St. John Horsleydown, Southwark, Surrey, William HOTLEY. At their marriage in 1801, Ann and William were both of St. John Horsleydown; the witnesses were Richard SERCOMBE (probably Ann's father) and Mary TOOTELL (perhaps an aunt or cousin). [ref. 1dd,1de]
            2. Peggy SERCOMBE, chr. 20 Apr 1783 at St. Kerrian, Exeter. [ref. 1dd]
            3. Sarah SERCOMBA, b. 17 Mar 1790, chr. 4 Apr 1790 at St. Mary Abchurch, London, bur. 16 Jan 1792 in the churchyard at St. Mary Abchurch. [ref. 1df]
            4. Mary SERCOMBA, b. 4 Apr 1792, chr. 29 Apr 1792 at St. Mary Abchurch, bur. 2 Jun 1793 in the churchyard at St. Mary Abchurch. [ref. 1df]
        5. Mary SYRCOMBE, chr. 23 Apr 1718 at Dunsford, m. 29 Jun 1738 at Dunsford, John BRIMBLECOMBE. [ref. 1v]
          1. Thomas BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 25 Oct 1739 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          2. Mary BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 26 Apr 1741 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 2 Nov 1741 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          3. John BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 18 Jul 1744 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          4. Zachariah BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 27 Mar 1746 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          5. Ann BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 25 Dec 1747 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          6. Samuel BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 19 Sep 1749 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          7. Joseph BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 27 Dec 1750 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          8. James BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 1 May 1753 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          9. Mary BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 11 Dec 1755 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
          10. Henry BRIMBLECOMBE, chr. 13 Jul 1758 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
        6. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Nov 1719 at Dunsford, bur. 22 Dec 1785 at Dunsford. In 1766, the Dunsford overseers of the poor apprenticed Charles COLDRIDGE to Thomas for Higher Cottley. Thomas occupied Higher Cottley from 1780 to 1786, and was assessed land tax on it of £1. 7s. per year. (From then until 1806, Higher Cottley was occupied by John SERCOMBE, but which one?) Thomas's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1786. [ref. 1v,2f,17a,18a]
        7. Samuel Viol SIRCOMBE, chr. 27 Nov 1722 at Dunsford, m. 22 Nov 1750 at Bridford, Ann LEAR (or PEAR?), bur. 18 Jul 1801 at Hennock, Devon. In 1768, Samuel bought lands in Higher Yeo and Middle Yeo, Wreyland manor, Bovey Tracey. In 1769, of Hennock and owned freehold land worth at least £10 per year. In 1778 and 1783, of Hennock and either owned land worth at least £10 per year or had a long-term lease on land worth at least £20 per year. In 1786, he bought lands in South or Middle Yeo and Knowle, Wreyland manor. In 1794, he sold all the Wreyland lands for £1000. At his death in 1801, Samuel had until recently been of Slade, Bovey Tracey. [ref. 1p,1v,10b,20]
          1. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 15 May 1755 at Hennock, m. 22 May 1776 at Hennock, by license, John FURSE. At Ann's marriage in 1776, John was of Drewsteignton, Devon; Ann's father Samuel SERCOMBE and Robert FURSE witnessed the marriage. [ref. 1q]
          2. William SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Mar 1757 at Hennock, m1. 3 Feb 1780 at St. John, Wellington, Somerset, Elizabeth BENISON (b. ca. 1756, bur. 1 Feb 1794 at St. John, Wellington), m2. 28 Dec 1794 at St. Edmund, Exeter, Devon, Martha NOSWORTHY. On 25 Sep 1772, William was apprenticed to Joseph GIFFORD of Wellington, a tallow chandler, for six years, on payment of £5. At his marriage in 1780, he and Elizabeth were both of Wellington. In 1786, a soap boiler, of Wellington, insured property worth £300 with the Sun Fire Office. In 1800, a tallow chandler, of Wellington, served on the jury in the trial of Jane Leigh-Perrot, Jane Austen's aunt, who was acquitted of shoplifting a card of lace. "In the country the trade of a tallow-chandler and soap-boiler are frequently combined" (The Book of English Trades, 1818). [ref. 1q,1ai,1ec,17g,18f]
            1. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 2 May 1781 at St. John, Wellington, bur. 28 Jul 1809 at St. John, Wellington. [ref. 1ec]
            2. Hannah Benison SERCOMBE, chr. 27 Nov 1782 at St. John, Wellington. In 1809, witnessed the marriage of her brother George. (Is Hannah the "wife of George SIRCOMBE"?) [ref. 1ec]
            3. George Benison SERCOMBE, chr. 18 Feb 1785 at St. John, Wellington, m. 25 Sep 1809 at St. John, Wellington, Elizabeth "Betsey" BAKER (b. ca. 1788 at Wellington, d. reg. Q3 1873 at Taunton R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1840 at Wellington Somerset R.D., bur. 18 Aug 1840 at St. John, Wellington. At his children's baptisms in 1813, 1815, 1817, 1825, 1826, and 1829, a hairdresser, of Wellington. In 1813, a witness at the wedding in Wellington of David BAKER and Mary GRIBBEL. In 1817, Betsey was a witness at the wedding in Wellington of James FACKRELL and Elizabeth TWOZE. In Pigot's directory for 1830, a hairdresser and perfumer at Fore Street, Wellington. At his son's marriage in 1838, a hairdresser. At his daughter's marriage in 1844 (posth.), a hairdresser. At his son's marriage in 1848 (posth.), a perfumer. In 1841, Elizabeth was independent, living at Fore Street, Wellington, with her children William, Mary, and James, William's wife, and William's children George and Mary. In 1851, she was a landed proprietor, living at Fore Street, Wellington, with her daughter Mary and two visitors. In 1861, she was retired, living with her son William. In 1871, she was an annuitant, living at Mantle Street, Wellington, with a servant. [ref. 1n,1be,1ec,1ed,3a,3b,3c,3d,8b]
              1. George SERCOMBE, b. 21 Aug 1810 at Wellington, chr. 7 Sep 1810 at St. John, Wellington, m. 19 Jul 1848 at St. James, Bristol, m. reg. Q3 1848 at Bristol R.D., Elizabeth Caroline MORRIS (b. ca. 1822 at North Curry or Stoke St. Gregory, Somerset, d. reg. Q2 1889 at Axbridge R.D., daughter of Richard MORRIS, appraiser), d. reg. Q2 1876 at Taunton R.D. In 1841, a hairdresser, living at North Street, Taunton, Somerset, with his sister Elizabeth and a servant. At his marriage in 1848, a hairdresser, of Taunton; Elizabeth was of Bristol St. James. In 1851, a hairdresser and perfumer, living at North Street, Taunton, with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Elizabeth, sister Elizabeth, niece Mary Hannah (daughter of his brother William), and two servants. In 1861, a perfumer and hairdresser, living at 3 Parade and 1 Hammet Street, Taunton, with his wife Elizabeth, daughters Mary, Blanche, Alice, Rosa, and Georgina, a nurse, and a housemaid. In 1871, a hairdresser and perfumer, living at 32 Fore Street and 1 Hammet Street, Taunton, with his wife Elizabeth, daughters Mary, Blanche, Phoebe, Rosa, and Georgiana, and two servants. In 1881, Elizabeth was living on gas stock at Tresco Villa, Springfield Road, Bristol, with her daughters Phoebe and Rosa. [ref. 1n,1be,1ec,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. Elizabeth Caroline SERCOMBE (twin with George), b. ca. 1849 at Taunton, b. reg. Q4 1849 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q3 1854 at Taunton R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3b]
                2. George Morris SERCOMBE (twin with Elizabeth), b. reg. Q4 1849 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1850 at Taunton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                3. Mary Catherine SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1851 at Taunton, b. reg. Q3 1851 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1874 at Taunton R.D., John COOMBS (b. ca. 1844 at Bridgwater, Somerset). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living at Taunton Road, Bridgwater, with her husband John (an auctioneer and land and estate agent), their children Blanche and Cuthbert, a nursemaid, and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e]
                  1. Blanche M. COOMBS, b. ca. 1874 at Bridgwater. In 1881, living with her parents. [ref. 3e]
                  2. Cuthbert J. COOMBS, b. ca. 1876 at Bridgwater. In 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 3e]
                4. Blanche SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Taunton, b. reg. Q1 1853 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1876 at Taunton R.D., Alfred William GRIFFIN (b. ca. 1852 at Watton, Norfolk). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living at 4 Saville Row, Bath, Somerset, with her husband Alfred (a chemist), their children Alfred and Winefred, an apprentice, a domestic servant, and a nursemaid. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e]
                  1. Alfred Sercombe GRIFFIN, b. ca. 1878 at Bath, b. reg. Q1 1878 at Bath R.D. (Lansdown subdistrict). In 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3e]
                  2. Winefred B. GRIFFIN, b. Feb 1881 at Bath. In 1881, living with her parents. [ref. 3e]
                5. Phoebe Alice or Alice Phoebe SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Taunton, b. reg. Q4 1854 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1945 at Bath R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her mother. In 1891, living on her own means with her sister Rosa. In 1901, a Wesleyan mission sister, patient in the Medical Institute, 15 Catherine Place, Bath, Somerset. In 1911, living on private means at 7 Devonshire Villas, Wellsway, Bath. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                6. Rosa Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Taunton, b. reg. Q3 1858 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1886 at Axbridge R.D., George John LONG (b. ca. 1859 at Bath, Somerset). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her mother. In 1891, slightly deaf, living at Woodspring, Lyncombe Widcombe, Somerset, with her husband George (a builder and local preacher, deaf in one ear), their daughter Letice, Rosa's sister Phoebe, and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f]
                  1. Letice E. LONG, b. ca. 1889 at Bath. In 1891, living with her parents. [ref. 3f]
                7. Elizabeth Georgiana SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Taunton, b. reg. Q4 1859 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1890 at Axbridge R.D., John William S. SANDERS (b. ca. 1858 at Harwich, Essex). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a governess in the COX household, at Grange Academy, Leominster, Herefordshire. In 1891, living at Lawn View, Bognor, Sussex, with her husband John (a Wesleyan minister) and his visiting brother William (a Baptist minister in the United States). [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f]
              2. William SERCOMBE, b. 30 Jan 1813 at Wellington, chr. 5 Mar 1813 and (again) 10 Feb 1815 at Wellington, m. 10 Jun 1838 at East Stonehouse, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1838 at East Stonehouse R.D., Margaret "Peggy" MORRISON (b. ca. 1812 at Devonport, Devon, daughter of Jeremiah MORRISON, a rope maker, d. reg. Q1 1874 at Wellington R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1885 at Barton Regis R.D. At his marriage in 1838, a hairdresser, of 15 Fore Street, East Stonehouse; Peggy was of 5 Clarence Place; the witnesses were Thomas HOPKINS and Miriam THEARLE. In 1841, a perfumer, living with his mother, together with his wife Margaret and their children George and Mary. In 1851, a hair cutter, etc., living at Fore Street, Wellington, with his wife Margaret, children William, James, Frederick, Edwin, Emily, and Hubert, and a servant. In 1861, a hairdresser, living at Fore Street, Wellington, with his wife Margaret, their children Annie, James, Frederick, Edwin, Emily, and Hubert, and his mother Betsey. At his daughter's marriage in 1870, a hairdresser. In 1871, a hair cutter, living at High Street, north side, Wellington, with his wife Margaret and grandson George (son of his son William). In 1881, out of business, living with his daughter Emily. [ref. 1n,1bk,1ec,1ed,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1839 at Kingsbridge, Devon, b. reg. Q2 1839 at Kingsbridge R.D., m. Ann GIBBONS or GIBBINS (b. ca. 1835 at Sampford Arundel, Somerset, d. reg. Q1 1893 at Bristol R.D), d. reg. Q2 1907 at Bristol R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a printer compositor, living at 2 Henry Street, Plymouth, Devon, with his wife Ann and their children William and James. At his sons' baptisms in 1867, a printer, of 1 York Lane, Plymouth. In 1871, a printer, living at 18 Denmark Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire, with his wife Ann and their children James, Frederick, and Amelia. In 1881, a printer compositor, living at 92 Victoria Street, Bristol, with his wife Ann and their daughter Emily. In 1891, a compositor, living at Rupert House, Bristol, with his wife Ann and their son James. In 1901, a compositor printer, living at 15 Jamaica Street, Bristol (with his birthplace enumerated as Portsmouth - perhaps an error for Plymouth?). [ref. 1n,1fj,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,9i]
                  1. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Cardiff, Glamorgan, b. reg. Q1 1859 at Cardiff R.D., m. reg. Q4 1889 at Bedminster R.D., Sarah Ann HUNT (b. ca. 1865 at Bedminster, d. reg. Q2 1933 at Long Ashton R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1932 at Long Ashton R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his paternal grandparents. In 1881, a printer compositor, lodging in the WILTSHIRE household at 6 Upper Berkeley Place, Bristol. In 1891, a printer, editor, and author, living at the Mercury office, Clevedon, Somerset, with his wife Sarah, daughters Georgina and Edith, and a servant. In 1901, a printer manager, living at Caxton House, Clevedon, with his wife Sarah and their children Georgina, Edith, and William. In 1911, a manager (and managing director) of a printing company, living at Caxton House, Linden Road, Clevedon, with his wife Sarah, their children Georgina, Edith, and William, and a visitor. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Georgina Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1890 at Clevedon, b. reg. Q2 1890 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q3 1911 at Long Ashton R.D., Harold G. SMITH. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a printer's clerk in a printing office, presumably her father's, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3h]
                      1. Basil G. SMITH, b. reg. Q4 1913 at Long Ashton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Peter S.G. SMITH (twin with Valerie), b. reg. Q4 1916 at Long Ashton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      3. Valerie G.G. SMITH (twin with Peter), b. reg. Q4 1916 at Long Ashton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Edith Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1890 at Clevedon, b. reg. Q2 1890 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q2 1919 at Long Ashton R.D., Wilfrid ANDERSON. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a clerk in a grocery, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                      1. Michael J. ANDERSON, b. reg. Q4 1920 at Long Ashton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    3. William Frederick SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1891 at Clevedon, b. reg. Q4 1891 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q1 1933 at Long Ashton R.D., Gladys FREEMAN or MALONEY, d. reg. Q1 1966 at Weston super Mare R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a newspaper journalist, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                  2. James SERCOMBE, b. 29 Mar 1861 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q2 1861 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 1 Aug 1867 at St. Andrew, Plymouth, m. reg. Q3 1902 at Bristol R.D., Annie BRYANT (b. ca. 1870 at Hallen, near Bristol, m2. reg. Q2 1927 at Bristol R.D., William J. PALMER), d. reg. Q2 1925 at Bristol R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, an ordinary seaman, aboard the Royal Navy vessel Cormorant, at sea or in a foreign port. In 1891, a seaman, living with his parents. In 1901, a merchant seaman, living at 3 Silver Street, Bristol, with his (soon-to-be) wife Annie. In 1911, a bargeman for M[idland?] R[ailway?] goods, living at 1 Park Row, Easton Road, Bristol, with his wife Annie and a boarder. Although James and Annie were married in 1902, they reported themselves as married already in the 1901 census and stated that they had been married for 12 years in the 1911 census. [ref. 1n,1fj,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  3. Frederick (or Fred) SERCOMBE, b. 9 Nov 1863 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q4 1863 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 1 Aug 1867 at St. Andrew, Plymouth, m. reg. Q2 1893 at Wandsworth R.D., Annie Sophia UNDERWOOD (b. ca. 1867 at Montreal, Canada, d. reg. Q2 1940 at Stratton R.D.), d. 1 Nov 1914. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a boy 1st class, aboard the vessel Implacable, Devonport, Devon. Met Annie in China, where she was a children's nanny, while he was serving in the Royal Navy during the Opium Wars. At his son's baptism in 1897, a coastguardman, of 54 Freke Road, Clapham, London. In 1901, a coastguardman, living at 2 Coast Guard Street, Holyhead, Anglesey, with his wife Annie and their children Olive, Dorothy, Eric, Maud, and Frederick. At his daughter's baptism in 1902, a coastguard in the Royal Navy. In 1911, a chief petty officer in the Royal Navy, lodging at the Royal Sailors Rest Home for Sailors, Fore Street, Devonport; Annie was living at the Coast Guard Station, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, with their children Frederick, Harold, Evelyn, Dorothy, and Edith. At his death in 1914, a coast guard chief petty officer on H.M.S. Monmouth; Ann was of 3 Berries Mount, Bude, Cornwall. Commemorated on the Bude War Memorial and on a World War I naval memorial at the Hoe, Plymouth. [ref. 1n,1ee,1ev,1fj,3d,3e,3g,3h,4h,4i,9i]
                    1. Eveline Olive SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Holyhead, b. reg. Q2 1895 at Holyhead R.D., m. reg. Q2 1922 at Stratton R.D., Frederick C. TURNBULL. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a dressmaker's apprentice, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                      1. William G. TURNBULL, b. reg. Q3 1925 at Kensington R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Dorothy Kathleen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1896 at St. Agnes, Cornwall, b. reg. Q2 1896 at Truro R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Wandsworth R.D., Thomas B. "Ben" BARRETT. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3g,3h,9i]
                      1. David B. BARRETT, b. reg. Q1 1934 at Wandsworth R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    3. Albert Eric SERCOMBE, b. 5 or 15 Aug 1897 at Holyhead, b. reg. Q3 1897 at Holyhead R.D., chr. 10 Oct 1897 at St. Barnabas, Clapham Common, London, m. 1 Jan 1924 at St. Budeaux, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1924 at Devonport R.D., Effra Honor Harriett FOOTE (b. ca. 1898, d. reg. Q4 1959 at Portsmouth R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1994 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a pupil at the Royal Hospital School, Romney Road, Greenwich. Joined the Royal Navy in 1915 as a telegraphist, then attended Greenwich Naval College and graduated as an officer. Promoted from acting mate to mate, 1 Dec 1922; promoted from mate to lieutenant, 1 Aug 1925. Effra sailed from Plymouth to Malta, where Eric was posted, in 1929 and again in 1930. Promoted to lieutenant commander, 1 Aug 1933. Survived the Japanese sinking of H.M.S. Dorsetshire in the Indian Ocean on 5 Apr 1942. Moved to retired list with rank of commander, 5 Aug 1942. Subsequently deputy commander of the Portsmouth Dockyard. [ref. 1n,1ee,1ef,3g,3h,6ab1,6ab2,6ab3,6ab4,9i,11b,14c]
                    4. Edith Maude SERCOMBE, b. 16 Apr 1899 at Holyhead, b. reg. Q2 1899 at Holyhead R.D., d. reg. Mar 1988 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                    5. Frederick George SERCOMBE, b. 16 Oct 1900 at Holyhead, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Holyhead R.D., m. reg. Q4 1940 at Hackney R.D., Violet May LUCAS (b. 3 Aug 1907, m2. reg. Q3 1978 at Winchester R.D., James S. WILLIAMS, d. reg. [as SERCOMBE] Jun 1997 at Winchester R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1970 at Winchester R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his mother. Served as a seaman in the Royal Navy; discharged as a mutineer in 1929. In 1932, sailed from London to Bombay to take up a position as warrant officer in the Indian Navy. [ref. 1n,3g,3h,9i,11b,14c]
                    6. Enid Agnes SERCOMBE, b. 15 Oct 1902 at Appledore, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1902 at Bideford R.D., chr. 19 Nov 1902 at Appledore, d. 1939 at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, d. reg. Q3 1939 at Chelsea R.D. Crippled. Brought up by her maternal grandmother in Battersea. In 1911, visiting her aunt Jane (b. ca. 1847 at Montreal, m. UNDERWOOD, wid. by 1911) at 47 Gorst Road, Wandsworth Common, London. [ref. 1n,1ev,3h,9i]
                    7. Harold William Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 23 Aug 1906 at Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, b. reg. Q4 1906 at Haverfordwest R.D., d. reg. Q1 1978 at Derby R.D. In 1911, living with his mother. A Royal Navy pilot. [ref. 1n,3h,9i]
                      1. John SERCOMBE. Researcher John Sercombe. [ref. 9i]
                      2. Four other sons. [ref. 9i]
                  4. (probably) Harry Morrison SERCOMBE, b. ca. 3 Apr 1867, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Plymouth R.D., d. reg. Q2 1867 at Plymouth R.D., bur. 16 Jun 1867 at Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth. At his death in 1867, of 1 York Lane, Plymouth. [ref. 1n,1fk]
                  5. Emily (or Amelia) Ann SERCOMBE, b. 9 May 1870 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q2 1870 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 6 Dec 1878 at Temple, Bristol. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1bi,3d,3e]
                2. Mary Hannah "Annie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1840 at Plymouth, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1840 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q4 1869 at Clifton R.D., William Henry HUNT (b. ca. 1845 at Bristol). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living with her father's brother George. In 1861, a dressmaker, living with her parents. In 1871, living at Berkeley Mews, Bristol, with her husband William (a job master), their son Frederick, and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,3c,3d]
                  1. Frederick Henry HUNT, b. ca. Jun 1870 at Bristol. In 1871, living with his parents. [ref. 3d]
                3. James Morrison SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1842 at Wellington, b. reg. Q1 1842 at Wellington R.D., d. reg. Q3 1864 at Bristol R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a harness maker, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3e,3f]
                4. Frederick SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Wellington, b. reg. Q4 1843 at Wellington R.D., m. reg. Q4 1867 at Bridgwater R.D., Dinah CLATWORTHY (b. ca. 1840 at North Petherton, Somerset, d. reg. Q1 1932 at Dorchester R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1878 at Taunton R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a grocer, living with his parents. In 1871, a grocer's assistant, living at 5 Wood Street, Taunton, Somerset, with his wife Dinah and their children Frederick and Margaret. In 1881, Dinah was living at 21 Church Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, with her sons Frederick and Walter and a family of three lodgers. In 1891, she was living on her own means at 20 Church Street, Bridgwater, with her son Walter and a lodger. In 1901, she was living on her own means at 20 Church Street, Bridgwater, with her daughter Margaret. In 1911, she was living on private means at 20 Church Street, Bridgwater. [ref. 1n,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Frederick William SERCOMBE, b. Aug 1868 at Taunton, b. reg. Q3 1868 at Taunton R.D., m. ca. 1900 Eloise C. CLARK (b. Jan 1875 in Illinois, d. 25 Apr 1952 in Portland County, Oregon), d. 15 Mar 1938 in Portland County. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother. Arrived at New York on 26 Jun 1890 aboard the ship Furnessia from Liverpool. Naturalized as a U.S. citizen in 1896. In 1900, a railroad office clerk, living at 2607 Woolworth Avenue, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, with his wife Eloise and her parents. In 1910, an accountant in a railroad office, living at Piedmont, Alameda County, California, with his wife Eloise and their children Frederick and Herbert. In 1920, an assistant director for a railroad, living at 60 Watson Avenue, Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, with his wife Eloise, their son's Fred and Dudley, and Eloise's mother. In 1930, an auditor for a railroad, living at 496 East 20th Street North, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, with his wife Eloise and their sons Frederick and Dudley. [ref. 1n,1eg,1eh,3d,3e,11c,13c,13d,13e,13g]
                    1. Frederick Mor[rison?] "Jack" SERCOMBE, b. 29 Aug 1900 in Nebraska, m. 1931 Adrienne HAZARD (b. 20 Apr 1905 at Coquille, Oregon, d. 15 Aug 1999), d. 20 Feb 1984 in Marion County, Oregon. In 1910, living with his parents. In 1920, a college student, living with his parents. Graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth. In 1930, a lawyer for a railroad, living with his parents. First secretary of the Oregon State Bar, 1935-1949. In 1953, appointed clerk of the Oregon Supreme Court (see newspaper announcement). Latterly lived at Salem, Marion County. See Adrienne's obituary 17 Aug 1999 in the Portland Oregonian newspaper. [ref. 1ae,1eg,6ac1,6ad,13d,13e,13g]
                      1. Jeffery W. SERCOMBE. In 1999, of West Linn, Oregon. [ref. 6ac1]
                      2. Jennifer S. SERCOMBE, m. GRAY. In 1999, of Columbia, Missouri. [ref. 6ac1]
                    2. Herbert Dudley SERCOMBE, b. 24 Sep 1905 in Alameda County, California, m. 1931 Sue WARREN (b. 1 Nov 1909 at Spokane, Washington, d. 14 Dec 2007), d. 10 Sep 1984 in Washington County, Oregon, bur. at Sunset Hills Memorial Park, in Washington County between Beaverton and Portland. In 1910, living with his parents. In 1920, a school student, living with his parents. In 1930, a clerk for an oil company, living with his parents. In 1974, proprietor of Kris Kringles diner in Beaverton. Residence in 1984, Beaverton. See Sue's obituary 6 Jan 2008 in the Oregonian[ref. 1ae,1eg,1eh,6ac2,6ac4,13d,13e,13g,9i]
                      1. Warren Dudley SERCOMBE, b. 17 Dec 1957 at Portland, d. 21 Feb 2004 at Oak Hills, near Portland, bur. at Sunset Hills Memorial Park next to his father. Shot dead by police. See news item and obituary 24 Feb 2004 and 3 Mar 2004 in the Oregonian. See also the webpage of the Warren Sercombe Foundation[ref. 6ac3,6ac4,9i]
                  2. Margaret Sophia SERCOMBE, b. ca. Nov 1870 at Taunton, b. reg. Q4 1870 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1905 at Bridgwater R.D., Cecil William HAYES (b. ca. 1875 at Glastonbury, Somerset, b. reg. Q2 1876 at Wells R.D.). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, visiting the CLATWORTHY household at Fore Street, North Petherton. In 1891, a draper's assistant, living in her employer's household at 3 High Street, Warminster, Wiltshire. In 1901, a milliner, living with her mother; her future husband Cecil was living with her brother Walter. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  3. (probably) Arthur Morrison SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1874 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q2 1874 at Taunton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  4. Walter Morrison SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Taunton, b. reg. Q3 1876 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1907 at Thingoe R.D., Mary Alice ROBINSON (b. ca. 1880 at Wattisfield, Suffolk, d. reg. Q1 1967 at Weymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1947 at Dorchester R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1891, an outfitter's apprentice, living with his mother. In 1901, a self-employed cabinet maker, living at 9 South Street, Dorchester, Dorset, with his sister Margaret's future husband Cecil HAYES. Subsequently a partner (with Cecil?) in Sercombe & Hayes, ironmongers, of 48b South Street, Dorchester, which was eventually bought by Goulds of Dorchester. In 1911, a house furnisher (with employees), living at 5 Cedar Park Villas, Dorchester, with his wife Mary (a milliner with employees). [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g,3h,9i]
                5. Edwin SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Wellington, b. reg. Q1 1846 at Wellington R.D., m. reg. Q4 1871 at Redruth R.D., Ellen Rose or Rose Ellen BREEZE (b. ca. 1839 at Norwich, Norfolk, d. reg. Q1 1929 at Yarmouth and Flegg R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1894 at Loddon R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a printer, living with his parents. In 1871, a printer compositor, boarding in the SALTER household at West End, Redruth, Cornwall. At his children's baptisms in 1875 or 1876, 1877, and 1879, a compositor, of Yarmouth. In 1881, a printer, living at 49 Lancaster Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, with his wife Ellen and their children Emily, Annie, Frederick, Edwin, and Walter. At his son's baptism in Nov 1881, a compositor, of Yarmouth. In 1891, a printer compositor, living at 15 Bruin Road, Gorleston, Suffolk, a part of Great Yarmouth, with his wife Ellen and their children Emily, Annie, Frederick, Edwin, Walter, and Sidney. In 1901, Ellen was living at 15 Alberts Cottages, Gorleston, with her children Emily, Annie, Fred, and Walter. In 1911, she was living with her son Frederick. [ref. 1n,1eu,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Emily Maud SERCOMBE, b. 17 Sep 1872 at Norwich or Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q4 1872 at Norwich R.D., chr. 17 Dec 1875 or 1876 at Great Yarmouth, d. reg. Q1 1947 at Yarmouth R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a school teacher, living with her parents. In 1901, a school teacher, living with her mother. In 1911, an elementary school teacher, employed by the town council, living with her brother Frederick. [ref. 1n,1eu,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  2. Annie Breeze SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q4 1873 at Yarmouth R.D., m. reg. Q4 1910 at Yarmouth R.D., Arthur P. BREEZE (how related?). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a shop assistant, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                    1. Ernest F.S. BREEZE, b. reg. Q4 1913 at Tendring R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  3. Frederick William "Fred" SERCOMBE, b. 30 Mar 1875 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q2 1875 at Yarmouth R.D., chr. 17 Dec 1875 or 1876 at Great Yarmouth, m. reg. Q2 1920 at Yarmouth R.D., Elsie KING, d. reg. Q4 1951 at Yarmouth R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a railway clerk, living with his parents. In 1901, a railway canvasser, living with his mother. In 1911, a railway canvasser, living at 276 Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth, with his mother and his sister Emily. [ref. 1n,1eu,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  4. Edwin Hubert or Herbert SERCOMBE, b. 21 Mar 1877 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q2 1877 at Yarmouth R.D., chr. 22 Jun 1877 at Great Yarmouth, m1. reg. Q4 1905 at Norwich R.D., Ethel Anne HINSBEY (b. ca. 1875 at Norwich, d. reg. Q1 1942 at Norwich R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1943 at Hartismere R.D., Laura Bertha BALDWIN (b. 5 Jun 1898, d. reg. Jun 1992 at Norwich R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1957 at Norwich R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a news boy, living with his parents. In 1901, a railway clerk, lodging in the JOLIFFE household at 17 Primrose Road, Norwich. In 1911, a ledger clerk in the Norwich City Council's City Accountants Office, living at 16 Trafford Road, Norwich, with his wife Ethel and their son Frederick. [ref. 1n,1eu,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Frederick Hinsbey SERCOMBE, b. 30 Jul 1909 at Norwich, b. reg. Q3 1909 at Norwich R.D., m. reg. Q4 1934 at Norwich R.D., Audrey M. SNEATH (m2. reg. Q1 1942 at Acle R.D., John M. TURNER), m2. reg. Q2 1942 at Norwich R.D., Margaret Edith OLORENSHAW (b. 2 Nov 1901, d. reg. Dec 1997 at Great Yarmouth R.D.), d. reg. Mar 1986 at Great Yarmouth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Anthony J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1939 at Lothingland R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Nancy E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Norwich R.D., m. reg. Q1 1940 at Norwich R.D., Harold W. HUGGINS. [ref. 1n]
                  5. Walter George SERCOMBE, b. 21 Aug 1878 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q3 1878 at Yarmouth R.D., chr. 19 May 1879 at Great Yarmouth, m. reg. Q2 1906 at Yarmouth R.D., Edith Ada Caroline MORGAN (b. 18 Feb 1883 at Mutford or Gorleston, Suffolk, d. reg. Q1 1973 at Leicestershire Central R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1943 at Leicester R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a commission agent for baking powder, working on his own account, living with his mother. In 1911, an agent to a baking powder factory, living at 1 Bulmans Nursery, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, with his wife Edith and their children Cecil, Muriel, and Walter. [ref. 1n,1eu,3e,3f,3g,3h,9j]
                    1. Cecil Morgan SERCOMBE, b. 2 Jun 1907 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q2 1907 at Yarmouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Leicester R.D., Edna Phyllis PRESTON (b. 3 Jun 1904, d. reg. Dec 1992 at Leicestershire Central R.D.), d. reg. May 1984 at Leicestershire Central R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Jane E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1935 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1956 at Leicester R.D., David E. WOODFORD. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Brian M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1939 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q2 1965 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Diane M. MONTAUBAN. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Muriel Breeze SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Yarmouth R.D., m. reg. Q1 1937 at Leicester R.D., Gustav W.J. KÜCHLIN. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Stefanie J. KÜCHLIN, b. reg. Q3 1938 at Loughborough R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      2. John KUCHLIN, b. reg. Q4 1939 at Loughborough R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    3. Walter Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 14 Apr 1910 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q2 1910 at Yarmouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1942 at Leicester R.D., Ada E. INGRAM, d. reg. Q2 1978 at Leicestershire Central R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. Ancestor of researcher Richard Sercombe. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Lynda J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q2 1965 at Leicester R.D., Maurice E. TURNER. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Stephen P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Leicester R.D. A fellow of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Australian Capital Territory Chapter. [ref. 1n,22a]
                      3. Andrew M. SERCOMBE (twin with Nicholas), b. reg. Q1 1950 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q2 1972 at Leicester R.D., Linda J. ALLEN. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Laura Jane SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1975 at Leicestershire Central R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        2. Andrew James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1978 at Leicestershire Central R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      4. Nicholas L. SERCOMBE (twin with Andrew), b. reg. Q1 1950 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1971 at Leicester R.D., Carolyn L. COX. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Paul Nicholas SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1973 at Leicester R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        2. Rachel Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1976 at Leicestershire Central R.D., m. reg. May 2003 at Leicester R.D., Stephen M. GLOVER. [ref. 1n]
                        3. Elizabeth Jane SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1983 at Leicestershire Central R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    4. Arthur Ernest SERCOMBE, b. 27 Oct 1912, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Yarmouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1939 at Leicester R.D., Mona Mary LARKMAN (b. 21 Jan 1916, d. reg. Q2 1982 at Leicestershire Central R.D.), d. reg. Feb 1999 at Leicester R.D. Ancestor of researchers Ann Cave and Mike Sercombe. [ref. 1n]
                      1. Helen A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1941 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1961 at Leicestershire Central R.D., John D. HOWARD. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Margaret M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1964 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Brian R. PHIPPS. [ref. 1n]
                      3. Michael A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Blaby R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1966 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Agnes J. WALE (m2. reg. Q4 1980 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Desmond MARTIN), m2. reg. Q2 1980 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Susan P. CONNALLY. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Aimee SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1969 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Aug 1997 at Market Harborough R.D., Anthony W. PEARSON. [ref. 1n]
                      4. Alan D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1952 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1973 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Norma A. DYER. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Jennifer Anne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jan 1986 at Leicestershire Central R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      5. Jennifer A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1953 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q1 1974 at Leicestershire Central R.D., Neville W. CAVE. [ref. 1n]
                    5. Eric Morgan SERCOMBE, b. 14 Feb 1916, b. reg. Q1 1916 at Yarmouth R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1943 at Leicester R.D., Elizabeth YOUNG (m1. COURTMAN, m3. reg. Q1 1949 at Leicester R.D., Sydney G. STROUD), m2. reg. Q3 1949 at Leicester R.D., Hilda H. JOLLANDS (b. 25 Sep 1913, d. reg. Apr 1996 at Leicester R.D.), d. reg. Oct 1999 at Market Harborough R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      1. Brenda S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1942 at Leicester R.D., b. rereg. Q2 1943 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1963 at Leicester R.D., David B. KENYON. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Peter E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1946 at Leicester R.D., m. reg. Q2 1974 at Barnstaple R.D., Pauline A. JOSLIN. [ref. 1n]
                  6. Sidney Ernest SERCOMBE, b. 4 Aug 1881 at Great Yarmouth, b. reg. Q3 1881 at Yarmouth R.D., chr. 25 Nov 1881 at Great Yarmouth, d. reg. Q2 1906 at Yarmouth R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a railway engine cleaner, visiting the SUMMERFIELD family at Briston Road (north side), Melton Constable with Burgh Parva, Norfolk. [ref. 1n,1eu,3f,3g]
                6. Emily Morrison SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Wellington, b. reg. Q4 1847 at Wellington Somerset R.D., m. 6 Jun 1870 at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, m. reg. Q2 1870 at Bristol R.D., George MATTHEWS (b. ca. 1842 at Bristol St. Philip, son of James MATTHEWS, a saddler). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1870, of of 9 Cathay; George was a saddler, of 60 West Street; the witnesses were William HUNT (probably her sister Mary Hannah's husband) and Sarah Ann MATTHEWS. In 1881, living at 59-60 West Street, Bristol St. Philip and Jacob Out, Gloucestershire, with her father, husband George (a harness maker), a daughter, and George's mother. Relative of researcher Judy Booth. [ref. 1n,1bk,3b,3c,3e]
                7. Hubert Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1849 at Wellington, b. reg. Q3 1849 at Wellington R.D., d. reg. Q3 1875 at Bristol R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1871?) [ref. 1n,3b,3c]
              3. Elizabeth Benison SERCOMBE, b. 20 Jan 1815, chr. 10 Feb 1815 at St. John, Wellington, bur. 30 Aug 1819 at St. John, Wellington. [ref. 1ec]
              4. Jane Baker SERCOMBE, b. 2 Mar 1817 at Wellington, chr. 21 Mar 1817 at St. John, Wellington, m. 16 Jan 1844 at St. John, Wellington, John HAMMET (b. ca. 1819 at Taunton, son of Benjamin HAMMET, a builder and coal merchant). At her marriage in 1844, John was a chemist, of Taunton St. James; the witnesses were Benjamin HAMMET (perhaps John's father), Mary Anne SERCOMBE (Jane's sister), John MOEDLE(?), and Benjamin FRANS(?). In 1851, living at St. James Street, Taunton, with her husband John (a coal, salt, and general merchant) and a general servant. In 1861, living at 23 North Street, Taunton, with her husband John (a coal and general merchant) and a house servant. [ref. 1ec,3b,3c]
                1. Benjamin Sercombe HAMMET, b. reg. Q3 1846 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1848 at Taunton R.D. [ref. 1n]
              5. Samuel Ball SERCOMBE, b. 3 Aug 1819, chr. 12 Aug 1825 at St. John, Wellington, bur. 8 Oct 1830 at St. John, Wellington. [ref. 1ec]
              6. Mary Anna or Anne or Hannah SERCOMBE, b. 28 May 1821 at Wellington, chr. 12 Aug 1825 at St. John, Wellington, d. reg. Q3 1860 at Wellington R.D. In 1841, living with her mother. In 1851, a milliner, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,1ec,3a,3b]
              7. Elizabeth Benison SERCOMBE, b. 10 Mar 1824 at Wellington, chr. 12 Aug 1825 at St. John, Wellington, d. reg. Q1 1860 at Wellington R.D. In 1841, living with her brother George. In 1851, an assistant in her brother George's shop. [ref. 1n,1ec,3a,3b]
              8. James SERCOMBE, b. 17 Nov 1826, chr. 15 Dec 1826 at St. John, Wellington, bur. 18 Dec 1827 at St. John, Wellington. [ref. 1ec]
              9. James SERCOMBE, b. 9 Feb 1829, chr. 6 Mar 1829 at St. John, Wellington, d. reg. Q2 1856 at Wellington R.D. In 1841, living with his mother. (Where in 1851?) When he made his will in 1853, a bookseller's assistant, working at 4 Stationers Hall Court, London, and living at 166 Great Dover Street, Southwark; of Wellington when the will was proved, 13 Sep 1856. [ref. 1n,1ec,2p,3a]
            4. William SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Jan 1788 at St. John, Wellington, m. 16 Jul 1816 at St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, Mary BEAVER (b. ca. 1790 outside Gloucestershire, d. reg. Q2 1841 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1845 at Bristol R.D. At their marriage in 1816, William and Mary were both of St. George Hanover Square; the witnesses were J. HUNT and R. SCUMBLER(?). At his son William's baptism in 1817, a servant, of Marylebone, Middlesex. At his son John's baptism in 1819, a publican, of Wellington. At his daughter Mary Ann's baptism in 1828, a haulier, of Bedminster. At his son William's first marriage in 1839, a haulier (with name mistakenly given as John). In 1841, a laborer, living at David Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire, with his wife Mary and their children William, John, and Mary. At his daughter Mary Ann's marriage in 1843, a laborer. At his son William's second marriage in 1852 (posth.), a laborer. At his son John's marriage in 1862 (posth.), a carman. [ref. 1n,1bc,1bf,1bh,1da,1ec,1ei,1ej,3a]
              1. William SERCOMBE, b. 19 Apr 1817 at Marylebone, Middlesex, chr. 11 May 1817 at St. Marylebone, Marylebone, m1. 18 Mar 1839 at St. Mary le Port, Bristol, m1. reg. Q1 1839 at Bristol R.D., Harriet or Sophia TURLE (b. ca. 1810 at Axbridge, Somerset, d. reg. Q3 1851 at Bristol R.D.; Harriet at her marriage in 1839 and in the 1851 census, Sophia at her daughter's baptism in 1841 and at her death in 1851), m2. 14 Jul 1852 at St. Mary le Port, Bristol, m2. reg. Q3 1852 at Bristol R.D., Ann Louisa "Annie" MILSOM (b. ca. 1824 at Bristol, daughter of Daniel MILSOM, a clock maker, d. reg. Q2 1898 at Poplar R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1875 at Poplar R.D. At his marriage in 1839, a blacksmith, of Davey Street, Bristol. In 1841, a smith, living with his parents (where was his wife Harriet/Sophia?). In 1851, a smith's labourer, living at 68 Temple Street, Bristol, with his wife Harriet and their daughters Rosina, Matilda, Ellen, and Mary. At his second marriage in 1852, a porter, of "The Crown", St. Mary le Port Street; Ann was also of "The Crown"; the witnesses were Sarah BOWDEN and Samuel STRANGE. In 1861, a porter, living at 23 Great Avon Street, Bristol, with his wife Ann, his daughters Rosina and Ellen, and niece Elizabeth LOW (a scholar, b. ca. 1856 at Dundee, Scotland). In 1871, a laborer, living at 52 Upper Park Street, North Side, Bromley St. Leonard, London, with his wife Ann, their daughter Alice, niece Elizabeth LOW, and a lodger. In 1881, Ann was an India rubber worker, living at 82 Devas Street, Bromley, with her daughter Alice, niece Elizabeth LOW, and a lodger. At his daughter's marriage in 1882 (posth.), a laborer. In 1891, Annie was a laundress, living at 32 Wyke Road, St. Mary Stratford Bow, London, with her niece Elizabeth M. LOW (a stay fanner). [ref. 1n,1bc,1bf,1ej,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f]
                1. Rosina SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1841 at Bristol, chr. 28 Nov 1841 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. reg. Q4 1865 at Clifton R.D., Arthur WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1844 at St. Georges, Gloucestershire). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a cotton spinner, living with her father and stepmother. In 1871, living at 8 Clarence Street, Bristol, with her husband Arthur (a brass finisher and gas fitter), their daughter Lilly, and Arthur's father Arthur WILLIAMS (a cork cutter,b. ca. 1811 at Bristol), and . [ref. 1n,1bc,3b,3c,3d]
                  1. Lilly WILLIAMS, b. ca. 1866 at Bristol. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 3d]
                2. Matilda Mary Anne SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1845 at Bristol R.D., d. reg. Q2 1879 at Bristol R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a servant in the LEAPMAN household at 34 High Street, Bristol. In 1871, a seamstress, lodging at 5 Narrow Lewin's Mead, Bristol. [ref. 1n,3b,3c,3d]
                3. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1847 at Bristol R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a cocoa maker, living with her father and stepmother. [ref. 1n,3b,3c]
                4. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Bristol. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
                5. Alice Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1861 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1861 at Bristol R.D., chr. 15 Sep 1861 at Temple, Bristol, m. 27 Dec 1882 at Christ Church, Southwark, m. reg. Q4 1882 at St. Saviour Southwark R.D., William GIFFORD (b. ca. 1850, son of William GIFFORD, a coachman, m1. and wid. by 1882). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1882, of 86 Gravel Lane, Southwark; William was a coachman, also of 86 Gravel Lane; the witnesses were Philip PAULL and Harriott COOK. [ref. 1n,1bi,1ek,3d,3e]
              2. John SERCOMBE, b. 16 Jun 1819 at Wellington, chr. 23 Jul 1819 at St. John, Wellington, m1. Elizabeth JANES (d. by 1861), m2. 25 May 1862 at St. Mary, Lambeth, London, m2. reg. Q2 1862 at Lambeth R.D., Mary Ann MORLING (b. ca. 1819 at Whitechapel, London, d. reg. Q3 1911 at Portsmouth R.D.; daughter of James MORLING, a carpenter), d. reg. Q1 1912 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1841, a coach smith's apprentice, living with his parents. At his son's birth in 1843, a blacksmith, of Leadhouse Lane, Bristol. (Where in 1851?) In 1861, a smith viceman, lodging in the RONALD household at 8 Hall Place, Lower Kennington Lane, Lambeth, London. At his second marriage in 1862, a smith, of Kennington Lane; the witnesses were Wilkins NORTH and Elizabeth MORLING. In 1871, a viceman to a wheelwright smith, living at 62 Lower Kennington Lane, Lambeth, with his wife Mary. In 1881, a viceman to a wheelwright, living at 62 Lower Kennington Lane with his wife Mary. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, living on his own means at 47 Moorland Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, with his wife Mary. In 1911, a wheelwright for a private firm, living at 47 Moorland Road, Kingston, Portsmouth, with his wife Mary. [ref. 1n,1da,1ec,1el,3a,3c,3d,3e,3g,3h]
                1. John SIRCOM, b. 28 Nov 1843 at Leadhouse Lane, Bristol, b. reg. Q4 1843 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n,1el]
              3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1821 outside Gloucestershire, chr. 6 Jul 1828 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. 25 Dec 1843 at St. Augustine the Less, Bristol, m. reg. Q4 1843 at Bristol R.D., Clement PARKER (son of Isaac PARKER, laborer). In 1841, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1843, of Stony Hill; Clement was a coach painter, of St. Augustines Place. [ref. 1n,1bc,1bh,3a]
            5. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Jun 1790 at St. John, Wellington, m. 7 May 1812 at Hennock, after banns, William BALL. At their marriage in 1812, Elizabeth and William were both of Hennock; the witnesses were Ann SERCOMBE and Mary SERCOMBE (probably Elizabeth's first cousins, daughters of her father's brother Samuel). [ref. 1q,1ec]
            6. John SERCOMBE, b. 15 Mar 1797 in Somerset, chr. 12 May 1797 at St. John, Wellington, m. 12 Jun 1825 at St. Anne Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, Jane EMPSON (b. ca. 1800 at Marylebone, Middlesex), d. 14 Feb 1854 at 34 Molyneux Street, Marylebone, of emphysema, d. reg. Q1 1854 at Marylebone R.D., bur. 22 Feb 1854 at St. Marylebone, Marylebone. At their marriage in 1825, John and Jane were both of St. Anne Soho; the witnesses were Charlotte Constance YARNOLD and Joseph DAVIES.(Where in 1841?) In 1851, a milkman, living in the WALKER household (perhaps as a lodger) at 34 Molyneux Street, Marylebone. (Where was his wife Jane in 1851?) At his death in 1854, a tea grocer, of Molyneux Street, Marylebone. His wife Jane, of 3 Homer Place, Marylebone, registered his death. In 1861, Jane was a lodging house keeper, living at 23 North Row, St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex. [ref. 1n,1bf,1ec,1em,1en,3b,3c]
          3. Samuel SIRCOMBE, chr. 26 Apr 1759 at Hennock, bur. 24 Jun 1759 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
          4. Elizabeth SIRCOMBE, chr. 26 Jun 1760 at Hennock, m. 4 Aug 1791 at Hennock, after banns, James SOPER, bur. Jul 1806 at Hennock. Elizabeth's father Samuel SERCOMBE and younger sister Mary SERCOMBE witnessed the marriage in 1791. At his son's marriage in 1819, James was a farmer, of Outter Warmhill, Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            1. William SOPER, chr. 17 Jul 1792 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            2. James SOPER, b. ca. 1794 at Hennock, chr. 25 Mar 1794 at Hennock, m. 9 Oct 1819 at Hennock, Sarah SOPER (b. ca. 1793 at Hennock, chr. 26 Dec 1793 at Hennock, daughter of John SOPER and Mary). At his son's baptism in 1820, a farmer, of Wharmhill, Hennock. At his son's baptism in 1828, a farmer, of Hennock. At his sons' baptisms in 1830 and 1833, a farmer, of Outer Warmhill, Hennock. In 1841, a farmer, living at Warmhill, Hennock, with his wife Sarah, their children William, Elizabeth, James, John, Samuel, and Edward, two farm laborers, and two female servants. In 1851, a farmer of 126 acres employing four laborers, living at Little Warmhill Farm, Hennock, with his wife Sarah, their sons James, Samuel, and Edward, two house servants, and two agricultural laborers. In 1861, a farmer of 218 acres employing six men and three boys, living at Riley Farm, Hennock, with his wife Sarah, their sons James and Samuel, a visiting Wesleyan minister, two female servants, two carters, and a cow boy. [ref. 1q,3a,3b,3c]
              1. William SOPER, chr. 3 Nov 1820 at Hennock. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 1q,3a]
              2. Elizabeth Hawke SOPER, b. 14 Oct 1825 in Devon, chr. 22 Oct 1825 at the Wesleyan chapel, Ashburton, Devon. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 1dz,3a]
              3. James SOPER, b. ca. 1826 at Hennock. In 1841, 1851, and 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 3a,3b,3c]
              4. John SOPER, chr. 17 Oct 1828 at Hennock. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 1q,3a]
              5. Samuel Sercombe SOPER, b. ca. 1830 at Hennock, chr. 30 Dec 1830 at Hennock, m. reg. Q4 1866 at Newton Abbot R.D., Lucy LANGMEAD (b. ca. 1837 at Bovey Tracey), d. reg. Q2 1875 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1841, 1851, and 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a farmer of 220 acres employing four men and two boys, living at Riley Farm, Hennock, with his wife Lucy, their children Lewis, Edward, and Ellen, nursemaid Miriam SERCOMBE, a general servant, and two indoor farm servants. In 1881, Lucy was a farmer, living at Riley, Hennock, with children Lewis, Edward, Ellen, Frederick, William, and Edith, a domestic servant, and four indoor farm servants. [ref. 1n,1q,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. Lewis Samuel SOPER, b. ca. 1868 at Hennock, b. reg. Q4 1868 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
                2. Edward James SOPER, b. ca. 1869 at Hennock, b. reg. Q4 1869 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
                3. Ellen Maria SOPER, b. ca. Dec 1870 at Hennock, b. reg. Q1 1871 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
                4. Frederick John SOPER, b. ca. 1872 at Hennock, b. reg. Q2 1872 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3e]
                5. William Henry SOPER, b. ca. 1873 at Hennock, b. reg. Q2 1873 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 21 Dec 1907 at St. Stephen, Ealing, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1907 at Brentford R.D., Maude Ellen HARRIES (b. ca. 1884, daughter of Thomas HARRIES, a draper). In 1881, living with his mother. At his marriage in 1907, a draper, of Hillside, Longley Road, Harrow; Maude was of 68 Kingsley Avenue, Ealing; the witnesses were Thomas HARRIES and Albert W. LUCKEN. [ref. 1n,1cw,3e]
                6. Edith Lucy SOPER, b. ca. 1874 at Hennock, b. reg. Q3 1874 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3e]
              6. Edward SOPER, b. ca. 1833 at Hennock, chr. 11 Oct 1833 at Hennock, m. reg. Q4 1859 at Newton Abbot R.D., Wilmot Anne NORTHCOTT (b. ca. 1834 at Manaton, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1877 at St. Thomas R.D.). In 1841, and 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a farmer of 207 acres employing two men and two boys, living at Great Leigh, Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, with his wife Wilmot, their son Mark, a housemaid, another house servant, and a ploughman. In 1871, a farmer of 200 acres employing three laborers and two boys, living at Great Leigh Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Wilmot, their children Ernest, Margaret, and William, and four servants. In 1881, a farmer, living at Great Leigh Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his children Walter, Margaret, Evan, Winifred, and Samuel, a housekeeper, three other servants, and a visitor (probably visiting the housekeeper). [ref. 1q,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. Mark Edward Nor[thcott?] SOPER, b. ca. Jun 1860 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 3c]
                2. Walter James SOPER, b. ca. 1862 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1862 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, a farmer, living with his father. [ref. 1n,3e]
                3. Ernest Northcott SOPER, b. ca. 1865 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q3 1865 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3d]
                4. Margaret White SOPER, b. ca. 1867 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1867 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her father. [ref. 1n,3d]
                5. William White SOPER, b. ca. 1869 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1869 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3d]
                6. Evan Paul SOPER, b. ca. 1871 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1871 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his father. [ref. 1n,3e]
                7. Winifred Alice SOPER, b. ca. 1874 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1874 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father. [ref. 1n,3e]
                8. Samuel Sercombe SOPER, b. ca. 1875 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1875 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1899 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Bessie Louisa DAVEY (b. ca. 1874 at Exeter), d. reg. Q1 1902 at Lambeth R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, living at Leigh Farm, Hennock, in the household of his cousins James BAWDON (a farmer, b. ca. 1854 at Hennock) and wife Emily EDWARDS (b. ca. 1865 at Bovey Tracey, m. reg. Q3 1890 at Newton Abbot R.D.). In 1901, a police constable, living at 110 Sandringham Buildings, Westminster, London, with his wife Bessie and their daughter Winnifred. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Winnifred Ada SOPER, b. ca. Dec 1900. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
            3. Elizabeth SOPER, chr. 1 Feb 1798 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            4. John SOPER, chr. 17 Sep 1801 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
          5. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 21 Oct 1762 at Hennock, m. 30 May 1793 at Hennock, after banns, Deborah EDWARDS (chr. 13 Jul 1756 at Hennock, daughter of James EDWARDS and Deborah, bur. 5 Jul 1830 at Bovey Tracey), d. 27 Aug 1835 (1834?), bur. 1 Sep 1834 (1835?) at Bovey Tracey. James EDWARDS (probably Deborah's father) witnessed the marriage in 1793. At Deborah's burial in 1830, she was of Bradley. Some time before 1832, Samuel purchased from Richard GROSE the freehold estate and great tithes of Mr. HAMMICK's estate in Little Bovey. He made his will 10 Oct 1832, describing himself as a yeoman, of Bovey Tracey. At his burial in 1834, of Bradley. [ref. 1a,1q,2c]
            1. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 31 Jul 1794 at Hennock, m. 19 Jan 1819 at Bovey Tracey, William JEWEL (d. by 1851). In 1819, Ann's marriage was witnessed by Mary SERCOMBE (probably her sister) and Samuel SERCOMBE (probably her father, perhaps her brother). In 1832, William was a yeoman of Bovey Tracey. In 1851, Ann was a farmer of 100 acres, employing two laborers, living at Middle Combe, Newton Abbot, with a daughter. [ref. 1a,2c,3b]
            2. Joseph SIRCOMBE, chr. 2 Jun 1796 at Bovey Tracey, bur. there 1 May 1797. [ref. 1a]
            3. Mary SIRCOMBE, chr. 2 Jun 1796 at Bovey Tracey, m. 31 May 1821 at St. David, Exeter, Richard SAVERY. In 1832, Richard was a gentleman of Bovey Tracey. [ref. 1a,1s,2c]
            4. James SIRCOMBE, chr. 9 Nov 1797 at Bovey Tracey, bur. there 16 Dec 1797. [ref. 1a]
            5. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 9 Nov 1797 at Bovey Tracey, m. 20 Mar 1827 (by license) at Bovey Tracey, Mary Ann JEWELL (b. ca. 1794 at Bovey Tracey, d. reg. Q4 1853 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. 17 Nov 1844, d. reg. Q4 1844 at Newton Abbot R.D., bur. 23 Nov 1844 at Bovey Tracey. Samuel's marriage in Mar 1827 was witnessed by John JEWELL and Elizabeth HELLIER. At his daughter's baptism in Sep 1827, he was a yeoman, of Cumbe. At his children's baptisms in 1832 and 1836, a yeoman, of Bradley. In 1841, a farmer, living at Five Weeches(?) Farm, Bovey Tracey, with his wife Mary, their children Sarah, Mary, and Samuel, Sarah HELLIER (b. ca. 1827 outside Devon, relationship not stated), four apprentices, and a servant. Made his will on 13 Nov 1844, describing himself as a yeoman, of Bovey Tracey; the will named William JEWELL of Bovey Tracey, yeoman, and Josiah HELLIER of Bovey Tracey, yeoman, as his executors and trustees and if necessary guardians of his children. In White's directory for 1850, Mary Ann was listed as a farmer at Bradley, Bovey Tracey. In 1851, she was a farmer of 100 acres employing three laborers, living at Bradley with her children Sarah, Mary Ann, and Samuel, two house servants, and two farm servants. Posthumously at his daughter's marriage in 1858, Samuel was a farmer. Pothumously at his son's marriage in 1862, he was a yeoman. [ref. 1a,1n,1y,1ew,2c,2d,3a,3b,8d]
              1. Sarah Jewell SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Sep 1827 at Bovey Tracey, m. 11 Feb 1854 at St. Thomas, m. reg. Q1 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., Robert LUTLEY (b. ca. 1824, son of William LUTLEY), d. reg. Q2 1890 at Crediton R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1854, of Cowick Street, St. Thomas; Robert was a yeoman, of Bovey Tracey; witnesses at the marriage were Josiah HELLIER (presumably Sarah's former guardian) and Mary Ann SERCOMBE (her sister). [ref. 1a,1n,1as,3a,3b]
              2. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 21 Jun 1832 at Bovey Tracey, m. 1 May 1858 at Newton St. Cyres, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1858 at Crediton R.D., John TAPPER (b. ca. 1827 at Bovey Tracey, son of John TAPPER, a farmer). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1858, of Newton St. Cyres; John was a farmer, of Withycombe Raleigh, Devon; with witnesses were Robert LUTLEY and Susan MILWARD. In 1861, living at Hulham Farm, Withycombe Raleigh, with her husband John (a farmer of 150 acres employing four men and a boy), their son George, her brother Samuel, two house servants, and a farm boy. In 1881, living at St. Johns Cottage, Withycombe Raleigh, with her husband John (a farmer of 300 acres employing seven men and two boys), three children, niece Mary Ann SERCOMBE, a visitor, and four servants. [ref. 1a,1n,1ew,3a,3b,3c,3e]
                1. George Stooke TAPPER, b. ca. Oct 1860 at Withycombe Raleigh, b. reg. Q4 1860 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
              3. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Jun 1836 at Bovey Tracey, m1. 24 Apr 1862 at Ide, Devon, by license, m1. reg. Q 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., Christiana COPLESTONE (b. ca. 1842 at Ide, dau. of James COPLESTONE, a yeoman, d. 11 Nov 1879 at Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario), m2. 1 Jan 1883 at Toronto, by license, Mary GEORGE (b. ca. 1846 in Wales, d/o Charles GEORGE and Ann). In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, living with his mother. In 1861, a proprietor of houses, living with his sister Mary Ann. At his marriage in 1862, a yeoman, of Shobrooke, Devon; the witnesses were his sister Mary Ann, her husband John, James COPLESTONE (probably Christiana's father or brother), and Mary Elizabeth BONTLEY. At his daughter's baptism in 1863, a yeoman, of Shobrooke. In 1871, a farmer of 180 acres employing four men and a boy, living at Idestone Farm, Dunchideock, Devon, with his wife Christiana, their children Mary, Emily, Rebecca, Kate, and Samuel, Christiana's father, and three farm servants. On or about 16 Oct 1879, a laborer, sailed from Liverpool on the Moravian with his wife Christiana and their children Emily, Ann, Kate, James, Cathie, and Florence; arrived at Quebec on 28 Oct 1879. At his second marriage in 1883, a farmer, of Toronto. In 1891, an unemployed gardener, living in St. Matthew's Ward, York, Ontario, with his wife Mary. Relative of researcher Marlene Knaap. [ref. 1a,1n,1y,1af,3a,3b,3c,3d,11d,13h]
                1. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Shobrooke or Newton St. Cyres, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1862 at Crediton R.D., chr. 21 Jan 1863 at Ide. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her father's sister Mary Ann. [ref. 1y,3d,3e]
                2. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1864 at Shobrooke, b. reg. Q2 1864 at Crediton R.D., m. George IDDINGS (a doctor, d. by 1942), d. 28 Nov 1942 at Mentor, Lake County, Ohio, bur. 30 Nov 1942 in Lake View Cemetery. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1879, emigrated to Canada with her parents. Immigrated to the United States ca. 1882. A resident of Mentor from ca. 1892. [ref. 1av,3d,11d]
                3. Rebecca Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Exmouth, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., m. Jun 1913 at Newberry Methodist Episcopal church, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, J. Austin HALLOWELL. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1879, emigrated to Canada with her parents. Immigrated to the United States in 1892. In 1900, a nurse, rooming at 102 Spring Street, Rochester, New York. In 1910, a maid in the CLARK household at 28 Prince Street, Rochester. At her marriage in 1913, of Rochester; Austin was a manager at Elmira, New York, for Russell & Dexter, of Penn Yan, New York. [ref. 1n,3d,6i,11d,13c,13g]
                4. Kate or Katherine M. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Dunchideock, b. reg. Q2 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., d. 1893, bur. in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1879, emigrated to Canada with her parents. [ref. 1n,3d,4e,11d]
                5. Samuel James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Dunchideock, b. reg. Q4 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 20 May 1896 at Toronto, Florence Maude MATTHEWS (b. Nov 1872 in England, immigrated to Canada 1884). In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. Emigrated to Canada in 1879 with his parents. In 1891, a driver of horses, lodging in a lodging house in St. John's Ward, Toronto. At the births of his sons in 1896 and 1898, a teamster; Sarah MATTHEWS of rear 99 Maitland Street, Toronto (probably a relative of Florence) registered the births. In 1911, a Presbyterian house-building contractor, living at 30 Gibson Avenue, Toronto, with his wife Florence and their children Sidney, Gordon, and Laura. In 1918, Florence's address was 109 Lawton Boulevard, Toronto. [ref. 1n,1af,3d,11d,13f,13h,14a]
                  1. Sidney James SERCOMBE, b. 27 Aug 1896 at Toronto. In 1911, living with his parents. In 1918, at his attestation for service as a private in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I, an unmarried chauffeur and mechanic; listed his mother as his next of kin. [ref. 1af,13f,14a]
                  2. Warren Francis SERCOMBE, b. 27 Feb 1898 at Toronto, d. 29 May 1905 at Toronto of tubercular peritonitis. In 1905, Baptist, of 28 Gibson Avenue, Toronto. [ref. 1af]
                  3. Gordon Edgar SERCOMBE, b. 18 Nov 1899 in York County (which includes Toronto). In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1af,13f]
                  4. Florence Christina (or Laura) SERCOMBE, b. 14 Jul 1906 in York County. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1af,13f]
                6. Catherine Eva "Cathie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1873 in England, b. reg. Q3 1873 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1879, emigrated to Canada with her parents. In 1900, a nurse, living with other nurses in a rooming house at 1 East 17th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. [ref. 1n,11d,13c]
                7. Florence Coplestone SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1877 in England, b. reg. Q3 1877 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1879, emigrated to Canada with her parents. [ref. 1n,11d]
            6. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 21 Mar 1799 at Bovey Tracey, m1. 2 Aug 1821 at Bovey Tracey, by license and with consent of parents, Thomas SHEPHERD, m2. 24 Nov 1831 at Bovey Tracey, John REED. In 1821, Elizabeth's marriage was witnessed by Samuel SERCOMBE (her father or brother) and Ann SOPER; Thomas was of Ashburton, Devon. In 1832, when Elizabeth's father made his will, John was a baker, of Bovey Tracey. [ref. 1a,2c]
              1. Samuel Sercombe SHEPHERD, b. 9 Sep 1822(?) at Sticklepath, near South Zeal, in the parish of South Tawton, Devon, chr. 4 Aug 1822(?) at the Wesleyan Chapel, Okehampton, Devon, m. reg. Q4 1845 at Hunslet R.D., Elizabeth BURT (b. ca. 1817 at Camelford, Cornwall, d. by 1881), d. reg. Q2 1885 at Lambeth R.D. In 1841, an apprentice to draper George SAWDAY at Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devon, together with his future wife Elizabeth BURT (an assistant to George SAWDAY and sister of his wife Mary Ann) and fellow apprentice Elizabeth REED (b. ca. 1824 in Devon, perhaps a stepsister?). In 1851, a schoolmaster, living at Town Street, Bramley, near Leeds, Yorkshire, with his wife Elizabeth, their daughters Elizabeth and Mary Ann, Elizabeth's nephews Henry P. BURT (a scholar, b. ca. 1838 at Camelford) and Henry P. SAWDAY (a scholar, b. ca. 1841 at Sidmouth), and a house servant. In 1861, a teacher of English, living at 2 Clare Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Elizabeth, Lucy, and Arthur, and a boarding scholar. In 1871, a schoolmaster and Wesleyan local preacher, living at 15 Lansdowne Road, Lambeth, London, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Elizabeth, Samuel, and Arthur, an assistant classics and mathematics teacher, three boarding scholars, and two general servants. In 1881, a schoolmaster (undergraduate London), living at 53 Lansdowne Road, Lambeth, with his son Samuel and Samuel's wife Caroline, his son Arthur, his granddaughter Ethel, a housemaid, a general servant, and one boarding scholar. [ref. 1n,1ba,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. Charles Burt SHEPHERD, b. ca. Q4 1846 at Hunslet R.D., d. reg. Q2 1847 at Hunslet R.D. [ref. 1n]
                2. Elizabeth Bride SHEPHERD, b. ca. 1848 at Bramley, b. reg. Q1 1848 at Hunslet R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3b,3c,3d]
                3. Mary Ann SHEPHERD, b. ca. 1849 at Bramley, b. reg. Q4 1849 at Hunslet R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3b]
                4. Lucy SHEPHERD, b. ca. 1853 at Leeds, b. reg. Q1 1853 at Hunslet R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
                5. Samuel SHEPHERD, b. ca. 1855 at Cheltenham, b. reg. Q3 1855 at Cheltenham R.D., m. 17 Dec 1878 at St. Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, Caroline Martha MALVERN (b. ca. 1851 at Cheltenham, daughter of Charles MALVERN, a grocer). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1878, a school master, of Lansdowne Road, Lambeth; Caroline was of Sidney Road, Lambeth; the witnesses were his sister Lucy and brother Arthur, John CARTWRIGHT, and Emilie E. LAKE. In 1881, a schoolmaster (A.C.P.), living with his father, together with his wife Caroline and daughter Ethel. [ref. 1n,1da,3c,3d,3e]
                  1. (probably) Ethel Mary SHEPHERD, b. ca. Feb 1881 at Lambeth, b. reg. Q1 1881 at Lambeth R.D. In 1881, living with her grandparents. [ref. 1n,3e]
                6. Arthur SHEPHERD, b. ca. 1862 at Cheltenham, b. reg. Q1 1862 at Cheltenham R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a bank clerk, living with his father. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
              2. John REED, b. 24 Sep 1832 at Bovey Tracey, chr. 23 Nov 1832 (registered at the Wesleyan Methodist registry, Paternoster Row, London), m. reg. Q4 1854 at Honiton R.D., Susan BARTLETT (b. ca. 1819 at Branscombe, Devon). In 1861, a schoolmaster, living at Bank, Branscombe, with his wife Susan, their daughter Clara, and a boarding scholar. [ref. 1j,1n,3c]
                1. Clara Elizabeth REED, b. ca. 1858 at Branscombe, b. reg. Q1 1858 at Honiton R.D. In 1861, blind, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
                2. (probably) Cora Sercombe REED, b. reg. Q2 1859 at Honiton R.D., d. reg. Q3 1859 at Honiton R.D. [ref. 1n]
          6. John SERCOMBE, chr. 15 Jan 1765 at Hennock, m. 11 Feb 1790 at Bovey Tracey, by license, Elizabeth CLAMPITT, bur. 31 Jul 1812 at Bovey Tracey. (See descendant chart.) Joseph WILLS and John's brother-in-law James SOPER witnessed the marriage in 1790. In Oct 1790, John and Elizabeth and Elizabeth's sister Mary sold lands they had inherited from Elizabeth's father, in Yeo and Knowle, Wreyland manor, for £800. In 1812, John was a soap boiler in Bovey Tracey and owned his dwellinghouse there in Mary Street, adjacent soap and ash houses and a stable, and an orchard and field at Still Head. John made his will on 14 Feb 1812, leaving his estate in trust for his children. His wife Elizabeth, their son John, and John's brother-in-law James SOPER of Hennock served as executors and trustees. Moses SAVERY, William SERCOMBE, and Samuel SERCOMBE witnessed the will. (William and Samuel were probably John's brothers.) The will was proved 4 Sep 1812 for under £100. At his son George's second marriage in 1855 (posth. and perhaps incorrect), a seedsman. (Is Elizabeth's first husband, Naboth BASTARD, related to Julian BASTARD, wife of William SERCOMBE, John's second cousin once removed?) [ref. 1a,1q,1cp,2a,10b]
            1. Mary BASTARD (stepdaughter by mother's first husband), chr. 14 Nov 1788 at Bovey Tracey, bur. 18 Jan 1791 at Bovey Tracey. [ref. 1a]
            2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 3 Dec 1790, chr. Jan 1791 at Bovey Tracey, m. 11 Aug 1814 at Bovey Tracey, Richard STRANGER. In 1814, Elizabeth's marriage was witnessed by J. SERCOMBE and Elizabeth TAPPER, and Richard was of Woodland. Ancestor of researcher Edward J. Davies. See Edward's webpages for more about Elizabeth's descendants. [ref. 1a]
              1. John Sercombe STRANGER, b. ca. 1815 at Woodland, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1850 at Holsworthy R.D., Mary NORTHCOTT (b. ca. 1821 at Holsworthy, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1891 at Holsworthy R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1882 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1851, a malster, living at Higher Square, Holsworthy, with his wife Mary and visitor Anne J. NORTHCOTT (independent, b. ca. 1824 at Holsworthy, perhaps Mary's sister). In 1861, a maltster and seedsman, living at Higher Square, Holsworthy, with his wife Mary, their children Richard, John, and George, and a house servant. In 1871, a seed merchant and Wesleyan local preacher, living at Lower Square, Holsworthy, with his wife Mary, their sons Richard and Robert, and a general servant. In 1881, a seed merchant and local preacher, living at Fore Street, Holsworthy, with his wife Mary, their sons Richard and John, an assistant, and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. Richard Northcott STRANGER, b. ca. 1854 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q3 1854 at Holsworthy R.D., m. reg. Q4 1885 at Hertford R.D., Edith PADDON (b. ca. 1863 at Penzance, Cornwall), d. reg. Q4 1937 at Tavistock R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a draper and local preacher, living with his parents. In 1891, a draper, living at Lower Square, Holsworthy, with his wife Edith, their children Annie and Edwin, his brother Robert, a nurse, and a general servant. In 1901, a draper and Wesleyan local preacher, living at Osborne House, Watts Road, Tavistock, with his wife Edith, their sons Edwin and Richard, and a general domestic servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Annie Northcott STRANGER, b. ca. 1887 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Holsworthy R.D., d. reg. Q3 1924 at Tavistock R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at North Hall School, Dunheved Road, Launceston, Cornwall. In 1911, housekeeper for her brother Edwin. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  2. Edwin Robert STRANGER, b. ca. 1888 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q2 1888 at Holsworthy R.D., m. reg. Q2 1926 at Tavistock R.D., Millie I. YEO. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a draper's assistant, living at 6 Abbey Mead, Tavistock, with his sister Annie and a general domestic servant. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  3. Richard Northcott STRANGER, b. ca. 1891 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q3 1891 at Holsworthy R.D., m. reg. Q3 1919 at Marylebone R.D., Caroline E. SPRY. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                2. John Henry STRANGER, b. ca. 1856 at Holsworthy, m. reg. Q1 1884 at Ringwood R.D., Ellen Kate MUNDEN (b. ca. 1855 at Fordingbridge, Hampshire). In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a grocer and corn merchant, living with his parents. In 1891, a grocer, living at Lower Square, Holsworthy, with his wife Ellen, their children Mary, John, and Katie, a visiting Wesleyan minister, a servant, and a nurse. In 1901, a grain merchant, living at Southborne, Holsworthy, with his wife Ellen, their daughters Mary and Katie, his wife's sister Sarah Coles MUNDEN (b. ca. 1857at Poole, Dorset), and a general domestic servant. In 1911, a grain and wool merchant, living at Southbourne, Holsworthy, with his wife Ellen, their children Mary, John, and Katie, and a general domestic servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Mary STRANGER, b. ca. 1885 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  2. John Sercombe STRANGER, b. ca. 1886 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q3 1886 at Holsworthy R.D., m. reg. Q2 1912 at Aylesbury R.D., Lilian Irene FAIRBOURN (b. reg. Q3 1886 at Leek R.D., d. reg. Q2 1947 at Chichester R.D.), d. 3 Mar 1916. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, one of six students in a small boarding school at 17 Oval Road, St. Pancras, London. In 1911, a grain and wool merchant, living with his parents. At his death in 1916, a captain in the 6th Battalion of the Devonshire Regiment. Named on the Holsworthy war memorial 1914-1918 and on the Basra Memorial, Iraq. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h,4h]
                    1. Marjorie K. STRANGER, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Holsworthy R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  3. Katie Munden STRANGER, b. ca. Oct 1890 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q4 1890 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                3. George STRANGER, b. ca. 1858 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q4 1858 at Holsworthy R.D., d. reg. Q4 1863 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
                4. Robert Edwin STRANGER, b. ca. 1864 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q2 1864 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1891, a draper, living with his brother Richard. [ref. 1n,3d,3f]
              2. Jane STRANGER, b. ca. 1817 at Bovey Tracey, m. reg. Q3 1841 at St. Thomas R.D., Henry DANIELS (b. ca. 1803 at Sheffield, Yorkshire). In 1851, living at East Street, Ashburton, with her husband Henry (a Wesleyan minister) and their children George and Elizabeth. [ref. 1n,3b]
                1. George Sercombe DANIELS, b. ca. 1843 at Holsworthy, b. reg. Q3 1843 at Holsworthy R.D., m. reg. Q3 1870 at St. Austell R.D., Epiphany Bullock RUNDELL, d. reg. Q1 1892 at Leeds R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3b]
                2. Elizabeth DANIELS, b. ca. 1845 at St. Mawes, Cornwall. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
            3. John Clampitt SERCOMBE, chr. 21 May 1793 at Bovey Tracey, m. 24 Feb 1820 at Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, Devon, Ann MURCH (b. ca. 1793 at Totnes, Devon, daughter of James MURCH and Jane, d. 20 Apr 1864 at her residence, Colleton Crescent, Exeter, d. reg. Q2 1864 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1856 at Exeter R.D. In Pigot's directory for 1822-1823, listed as a retail linen draper at 243 Fore Street, Exeter. At his daughter's baptism in 1822, a draper, of Exeter St. Lawrence. By the time of Pigot's 1830 directory, his wife Ann was running the linen business, which had become a child-bed and ready-made linen warehouse, at 243 High Street, Exeter; John had gone into business with his brother George as merchants and commission agents, at Second Back Lane, Exeter. At his son's death in 1837, of Sidney Place, St. Thomas. A subscriber to the book Rambles in New Zealand, published in 1841, by John Carne Bidwill, of Sydney, New South Wales, and formerly of Exeter. In 1841, a merchant, staying in an inn at 14 Briton Side and 2 White Cross Street, Plymouth, Devon; Ann was of independent means, living at 7 Colleton Crescent, Exeter, with her children Rupert, Harriet, John, James, Edwin, and Frederick and three female servants. In Pigot's directory for 1844, listed as a merchant at the Quay, Exeter, still in business with his brother George; also listed as a vice consul for Prussia and Spain. In the Royal Kalendar directories for 1845 and 1847, listed as a vice consul for Spain. White's directory for 1850 listed him as a merchant, with home address 7 Colleton Crescent, Exeter; as a hop merchant, seedsman, and/or other merchant, still with his brother George at the Quay, Exeter; as vice consul for Prussia and Spain at the Quay; as a guardian of the Exeter Corporation of the Poor (an elected position held for life), and as an Exeter magistrate for 1848-1849. The Post Office directory for 1851 again listed him as vice consul for Spain. In 1851, a general merchant and magistrate for the City of Exeter, living at 7 Colleton Crescent with his wife Ann (a gentlewoman), their children Harriet, Emily, Gertrude, Frederick, and Fanny, two visitors (Mary and Elizabeth FISHER, gentlewomen, b. ca. 1826 and 1828 at Barnstaple, Devon), a cook, a parlourmaid, and a housemaid. Made his will on 12 Apr 1851, leaving his estate in trust for his wife and children; his wife Ann and their sons Rupert, John, and James were to serve as executors and trustees. At his son James's marriage in 1852, of Exeter. The will was proved 6 Oct 1856 (James declining to be one of the executors). Still listed in the Royal Kalendar for 1856 as vice consul for Spain at Exeter. In 1861 (posth.), a general merchant; Ann was living at 7 Colleton Crescent with her children Harriet, Gertrude, Frederick, and Fanny, a nurse, a housemaid, and a cook. Posthumously at his wife Ann's death in 1864 and at his daughter's Gertrude's marriage in 1879, a justice of the peace. [ref. 1a,1i,1g,1j,2b,3a,3b,3c,6c11,6d1,6k4,8a,8b,8c,8d,8e,8j,8k,8l,12a]
              1. Rupert Clampitt SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jan 1821 at Exeter, chr. 12 Feb 1821 at Mint Lane Wesleyan Methodist ("the Mint"), Exeter, m. 15 Jul 1847 at Willesden, Middlesex, by Faculty Office license 10 Jul 1847, m. reg. Q3 1847 at Hendon R.D., Louisa SMITH (b. ca. 1821 at Westminster, London, d. 28 Oct 1890 at Stanton House, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, d. reg. Q4 1890 at Tunbridge R.D., third daughter of William Henry SMITH [see sidebar] and sister of Emma, wife of Rupert's brother Edwin), d. reg. Q2 1867 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1841, a merchant's assistant, living with his mother. At his marriage in 1847, a gentleman, of Paddington; Louisa was of Willesden; their fathers witnessed the marriage. In the marriage announcement in The Times the next day, of Carlton Villas, Maida Vale, London. In the Post Office directory for 1851, a merchant, commission agent, and proprietor of Rupert C. Sercombe & Co., ship and insurance agents, at 66 Mark Lane, London. In 1851, a corn and seed merchant, living at 35 Carlton Villas, Paddington, London, with his wife Louisa and two house servants. In 1861, a corn, seed, and general merchant, living at 3 Fair Park, near Exeter, with his wife Louisa, their son Rupert, a visitor (Priscilla SMITH, b. ca. 1832 in London, perhaps a relative of Louisa's), a nurse, a housemaid, and a cook. In 1871, Louisa was living at 1 West Hill Terrace, Hastings, Sussex, with her son Rupert, her late husband's sister Gertrude, and a maid. In 1881, Louisa was living on income from houses, dividends, etc., in her sister Anna's household at 13 the Circus, Bath, Somerset, with her son Walton. [ref. 1b,1m,1n,1cz,2b,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,5,6c1,6c14,8e]
                1. Rupert Theodore Walton SERCOMBE, b. 3 Jan 1861 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Exeter R.D., m. 8 Aug 1893 at St. Mary Magdalen, Paddington, m. reg. Q3 1893 at Paddington R.D., Sophie Maria Eleanor COSSER (b. 1855 at Titchfield, Hampshire, m1. reg. Q2 1885 at Fareham R.D., Charles Ernest LAVIE [of Ceylon, d. by 1893], d. Feb 1940 in New Zealand, bur. at St. Anne, Pleasant Valley, New Zealand; daughter of Walter Maude COSSER, vicar of Titchfield, Hampshire), d. Mar 1944, bur. at St. Anne, Pleasant Valley. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1881, an undergraduate at Exeter College, Oxford University, living with his mother. Matriculated at Exeter College, 22 Jan 1880; B.A., 1883. Barrister, Middle Temple, 1885. At his marriage in 1893, a barrister, of 12 Delamere Crescent, Paddington; Sophie was of Titchfield; the witnesses were Gertrude BORRADAILE (Rupert's aunt) and W. Wilson L. COSSER. In 1901, a New Zealand farmer, living in a lodging house at 5 St. James Road, Surbiton, Surrey, with his wife Sophie, their son Francis, and Sophie's daughter Sophie M. LAVIE (b. ca. 1885 in Ceylon). Relative of researcher Elizabeth Lancaster. [ref. 1n,1ap,1db,3c,3d,3e,3g,4a,6c3,6c18,15d]
                  1. Francis Walton SERCOMBE, b. 10 Nov 1895 in New Zealand, d. 1979 in New Zealand. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1ap,3g]
              2. Harriet Ann SERCOMBE, b. 22 Jul 1822 at Exeter, chr. 19 Sep 1822 at the Mint, d. reg. Q3 1883 at Kensington R.D. In 1841, living with her mother. In 1851, a gentlewoman, living with her parents. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1871, no occupation, living at 32 St. Marks Crescent, Kensington, with her sister Fanny (visiting), a maid, and a general servant. In 1881, living with her brother Edwin's widow Emma. [ref. 1b,1j,1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
              3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1824 at Exeter, chr. 7 Mar 1824 at the Mint, d. reg. Q2 1878 at Kingston R.D. In 1841, living with his mother. (Where in 1851?) Described in his father's will, made in Apr 1851, as an accountant in London. In 1861, a Lloyds underwriter, lodging at 4 Trafalgar Square, Westminster. In 1871, a member of Lloyds, living at Hampton Court, Middlesex, with a servant and (apparently) two members of her family. [ref. 1b,1n,2b,3a,3c,3d]
              4. James Murch SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Dec 1825 at the Mint, m. 10 Jun 1852 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., Ellen Bourne MUNK (b. ca. 1828 at Honiton, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1911 at Glanford Brigg R.D., daughter of William MUNK, an ironmonger, of Mount Radford House near Exeter), d. 8 Dec 1875, d. reg. Q4 1875 at London City R.D., bur. at the Old Cemetery, Ryde, Isle of Wight, in the same plot as his son John. In 1841, living with his mother. In White's directory for 1850, listed as an agent of the Star life and fire insurance company, at Colleton Terrace, Exeter. In 1851, a corn and seed merchant, living at 8 Queen Square, Bristol St. Nicholas, Gloucestershire, with two servants and the children of one of them. At his marriage in 1852, a merchant, of Bristol; Ellen was of Exeter St. Leonard; witnesses at the marriage were James's father, his sister Harriet, his brother John, Ellen's father, her unidentified relative H. MUNK, and Edwin FORCE. At his son's baptism in 1860, a merchant, of Wandsworth, Surrey. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a cigar merchant, living at Granville House, Nelson Street, Ryde, with his wife Ellen, their children Charles, Walter, Mabel, Arthur, and Belinda, and a general servant. At his death in 1875, of Putney, formerly of Ryde. In 1881, Ellen was living at 22 Cambridge Road, Hastings Holy Trinity, Sussex, with her son Arthur visiting. In 1891, Ellen was living on her own means, visiting the GALLEY household at Pilton, 12 Albert Terrace, Albert Street, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, together with her daughter Bertha. In 1901, she was independent, living at Carfax House, Barrow on Humber, Lincolnshire, with her daughters Marie and Bertha and a servant. In 1911, she was of private means, living at Carfax House, Barrow on Humber, with her daughters Marie and Bertha and a servant. [ref. 1b,1n,1ar,1cx,2b,3a,3b,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4f,6c12,6d1,8d]
                1. Charles Clampitt SERCOMBE, b. 15 Jul 1853 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1853 at Clifton R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1883 at Winchester R.D., Alice Mary BRICKNELL (b. ca. 1857 at Mayfair, London, b. reg. Q2 1857 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m1. SELWYNE, wid. by 1881, d. reg. Q1 1937 at Brentford R.D.), "m2." Louisa or Louise (b. ca. 1866 at London), d. reg. Q3 1904 at Saffron Walden R.D. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, an insurance broker, living at 12 Lime Villas, Upper Richmond Road, Putney, Surrey, with his sisters Maria and Bertha and a servant. In 1881, Alice was a dressmaker, lodging at 6 Russell Road, Wimbledon, Surrey, with her son Frank. In 1891, Charles was an insurance broker, visiting the CRUST family at 68 Galveston Road, Wandsworth, with his "wife" Louisa; Alice was living at Ashdown Road, Saffron Walden, Essex, with her children Frank and Muriel and her nephew Percy H. HUTTON (b. ca. 1884 at Upper Tooting, Surrey). In 1901, Charles was a stock broker agent, living in a boarding house at 42 Chelverton Road, Putney, with his "wife" Louise; Alice was living at 16 Ashdon Road, Saffron Walden, with her daughter Muriel. In 1911, Alice was of private means, living at 245 Malmesbury Park Road, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with her grandsons James and Vivian HARTLEY. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,6h2]
                  1. Frank Charles SELWYNE (stepson by mother's first husband), later Frank Charles Selwyn SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jun 1879 at Edenbridge, Kent, b. reg. Q3 1879 at Sevenoaks R.D., chr. 14 Jan 1887 at Hockerill, Hertfordshire, m. 12 Aug 1916 at Roblin, Manitoba, Gladys Maud LOVELL. In 1881, living with his mother. In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1897, sailed from Liverpool to Quebec (under the name F.C. SELWYN). In 1901, a farmer, living at Shell River, Marquette district, Manitoba. (Enumerated twice in the 1901 Canadian census, both times inaccurately: once as Charles SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jun 1876, immigrated 1894, and once as Frank C. SERCOMBE, b. 5 May 1872 [but age 26], immigrated 1893.). [ref. 1k,1n,1bw,3e,3f,11b,13b]
                    1. Frank Gladeson SERCOMBE, b. 3 Nov 1917, m. Patricia Mary SIBBERT, d. 10 Mar 1974 at Vancouver, British Columbia. [ref. 1fc]
                  2. Muriel Dorothy SERCOMBE, b. 22 May 1884 at Henham or Elsenham, Essex, b. reg. Q2 1884 at Bishops Stortford R.D., chr. 14 Jan 1887 at Hockerill, m. HARTLEY (d. by 1911). In 1891 and 1901, living with her mother. In 1911, a barmaid at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Bournemouth. [ref. 1k,1n,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. James Clifford Frank HARTLEY, b. 31 May 1907 at Lyndhurst, Hampshire, b. reg. Q3 1907 at New Forest R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Richmond Surrey R.D., Winifred Mary R. KINNER (b. 9 Jul 1911, b. reg. Q3 1911 at Brentford R.D., d. reg. Oct 1989 at Tunbridge Wells R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1980 at Tunbridge Wells R.D. In 1911, living with his maternal grandmother. [ref. 1n,3h]
                    2. Vivian HARTLEY, b. ca. 1909 at Bournemouth, b. reg. Q3 1909 at Christchurch R.D. In 1911, living with his maternal grandmother. [ref. 1n,3h]
                2. William James SERCOMBE, b. Jan 1855 at Rock Ferry, Cheshire, b. reg. Q1 1855 at Eastham subdistrict of Wirral R.D., m. 26 Oct 1887 in Kane County, Illinois, Anna L. SCHLAGER (b. Dec 1861 in Illinois, d. 25 Oct 1945 at Elgin, Kane County), d. 8 Feb 1934 at Elgin. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. (Enumerated as "Walter" in the 1871 census.) Immigrated to the United States in 1880, naturalized by 1900. In 1900, a publishing house foreman, living at 769 Highland Avenue, Elgin, with his wife Anna and their children Rupert and Nellie. (Where in 1910?) In 1920, a worker for a publishing company, living at 769 Highland Avenue with his wife Anna and their children Rupert and Nellie. (Where in 1930?) [ref. 1n,1z,3d,13c,13d]
                  1. Rupert J. SERCOMBE, b. 1 Sep 1889 at Elgin, m. 29 Mar 1921 in Menard County, Illinois, Mabel HIETT (b. 1 Nov 1889, d. 20 May 1984), d. 1 Apr 1982. In 1900, at school, living with his parents. (Where in 1910?) When he registered for the draft in 1917 at Elgin, a junior civil engineer for the Interstate Commerce Commission; home address 769 Highland Avenue, Elgin; medium height, slender, brown eyes, dark hair. In 1920, a civil engineer for the government, living with his parents. In 1930, a civil engineer in the railway industry, living at 2947 Whitney Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, with his wife Mabel and their son Arthur. In 1982, residence Birmingham, Oakland County, Michigan. [ref. 1z,1ad,1ae,13c,13d,13e,14b]
                    1. Arthur H. SERCOMBE, b. 28 Jun 1922 at Detroit, Michigan, m. 1962 Ruth DAUGIRDA (b. 22 Oct 1925 in New York, d. 26 Jul 2011), d. 20 Nov 2002 at Farmington Hills, Michigan. In 1930, living with his parents. Served in U.S. Air Force in World War II. An architect for the Detroit Planning Commission, mid-1950s to 1982. Lived in Royal Oak, Michigan, in 2002. See obituary in the Detroit Free Press, 29 Nov 2002, and Ruth's obituary in the Detroit News, 9 Aug 2011. [ref. 1ae,6g,6ae,13e]
                      1. Paul SERCOMBE, m. Patty. [ref. 6g,6ae]
                      2. Sarah SERCOMBE. [ref. 6g]
                  2. Nellie SERCOMBE, b. June 1898 in Illinois. In 1900 and 1920, living with her parents. [ref. 13c,13d]
                3. John Henry (or John Marshall?) SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1856 at Wirral R.D. (Eastham subdistrict), d. 9 Jan 1871, d. reg. Q1 1871 at Isle of Wight R.D. (Ryde subdistrict), bur. in the Old Cemetery, Ryde, in the same plot as his father. (Where in 1861?) [ref. 1n,4f]
                4. Marie Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Southampton or Portswood, Hampshire, b. reg. Q3 1858 at South Stoneham R.D., d. reg. Q1 1945 at Scunthorpe R.D. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. (Enumerated as "Mabel" in the 1871 census.) In 1881, living with her brother Charles. In 1891, living on her own means, visiting the household of an elderly widow at The Quarry, Kippington Coach Road, Sevenoaks, Kent. (Also in the household was the widow's widowed sister, Elizabeth MUNK, b. ca. 1800 at Newington, Middlesex -- perhaps a relative of Marie's mother?) In 1901, independent, living with her mother. In 1911, of private means, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                5. Arthur Rupert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1860 at Wandsworth or Walworth, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1860 at Wandsworth R.D., chr. 4 Nov 1860 at All Saints, Wandsworth, d. 1897 in Sydney district, New South Wales. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a marine insurance clerk, visiting his mother. Arrived at Victoria, Australia, in Dec 1884 aboard the ship Star of Russia[ref. 1n,1o,1cx,3d,3e,11a]
                6. Bertha SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Ryde, Isle of Wight, b. reg. Q1 1862 at Ryde subdistrict of Isle of Wight R.D., d. reg. Q3 1945 at Scunthorpe R.D. In 1871, a scholar (enumerated as "Belinda"), living with her parents. In 1881, living with her brother Charles. In 1891, living on her own means, visiting the GALLEY household with her mother. In 1901, independent, living with her mother. In 1911, of private means, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              5. Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 1826, chr. 22 Jan 1827 at the Mint, m. 30 Aug 1855 at St. James, Paddington, London, m. reg. Q3 1855 at Kensington R.D., Emma Sophia SMITH (b. ca. 1827 at St. Clements Dane, Strand, London, d. 20 Mar 1908 at Bowenhurst, Church Crookham, Hampshire, d. reg. Q1 1908 at Hartley Wintney R.D.; fifth daughter of William Henry SMITH and sister of Louisa, wife of Edwin's brother Rupert), d. 1875, d. reg. Q2 1875 at Kensington R.D. In 1841, living with his mother. In 1851, a surgeon dentist at 36 Albion Street, Hyde Park, London. Admitted to membership in the Royal College of Surgeons, 3 Jun 1853. In 1853 and 1855, of Somers Place, Hyde Park. At his marriage in 1855, a surgeon, of Somers Place; Emma was of Gloucester Square; the witnesses were Edwin's father, his brother John, his sisters Harriet and Gertrude, Emma's father, Priscilla SMITH, and Fanny PEEKE. At his son's baptism in 1856, a surgeon dentist, of 6 Somers Place, Paddington. In 1858 and 1860, of 49 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London. Dental Surgeon to St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, 1861-1866. In 1861, a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and a dentist in practice, living at 49 Lower Brook Street, St. George Hanover Square, with his wife Emma, their children William, Emily, and Annie, two housemaids, a charwoman, a cook, and two nurses. Surgeon dentist at St. Mary's Hospital Medical School (now part of Imperial College), 1867-1869. John GREENFIELD, an English-born dentist from Cleveland, Ohio, operated for Edwin, 1870-1873. In 1871, a dentist (M.R.C.S., R.C.S. England) living at Brook Street, Westminster, with his wife Emma, Emma's sister Anna A. SMITH (living on rents and dividends, b. ca. 1823 in London), his children William, Emily, Constance, and Adila, a butler, a footman, a page, a nurse, a cook, three housemaids, and a kitchenmaid. President of the Orthodontological Society, 1874. Editor of the Transactions of the Orthodontological Society. Of Walton House, Bournemouth, Hampshire. The website of the National Museum of American History, in Washington, D.C., discusses a letter Edwin wrote on 5 Dec 1872 to the inventor of the power-driven dental drill. In 1881, Emma was living at Durweston, South Cliff, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with her daughter Adela and sister-in-law Harriet. In 1883 (posth.), Edwin was of 41 Brook Street and 59 Gloucester Gardens. In 1891, Emma was living on her own means at Wohlgelegen, Braidley Road, Bournemouth, with her daughters Emily, Constance, and Adela, a cook, a parlormaid, two housemaids, and a groom. In 1901, she was of private means, living at Wohlgelegen with her daughter Emily, a sick nurse, a housemaid, a cook, a parlourmaid, and an under housemaid. A gardener and his wife lived in the adjacent Wohlgelegen Cottage in 1901. Perhaps the namesake of Thomas John Sercombe CLAPP, whose father William John CLAPP was also a dental surgeon. [ref. 1b,1d,1n,1cy,3a,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,6a,6b1,6c2,6c7,6c9,6c13,6c21,7a,8e,10a,15e]
                1. William Hervey SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jul 1856 at 27 Gloucester Square, Paddington, the residence of his mother's father, b. reg. Q3 1856 at Kensington R.D., chr. 8 Aug 1856 at All Saints, Paddington, d. 2 Nov 1883 at Walton House, Bournemouth, d. reg. Q4 1883 at Christchurch R.D. Attended King's School, Canterbury, Kent. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. Admitted as pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge University, 1 Jun 1878; matriculated Michaelmas 1881. In 1881, an undergraduate at King's College, Cambridge University, lodging at Assington Villa, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, with his sisters Emily and Constance. [ref. 1n,1cy,3c,3d,3e,6c8,6c13,15e]
                2. Emily Anna SERCOMBE, b. 28 Feb 1858 at St. George Hanover Square, London, b. reg. Q2 1858 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. 18 Jun 1901 at St. Andrew, Marylebone, m. reg. Q2 1901 at Marylebone R.D., James Enderby APPLETON (son of James APPLETON, a merchant). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, lodging at Assington Villa with her brother William and sister Constance. In 1891 and Mar 1901, living with her mother. At her marriage in Jun 1901, of 71 Wells Street, Oxford Street, London W.; James was a surgeon, of Linda, in the parish of St. Michael, Bournemouth; the witnesses were Emily Danvers SMITH, Viscountess Hambleden, widow of Emily's mother's brother William — see sidebar) and her son William Frederick Danvers SMITH[ref. 1n,1at,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,6c9]
                3. Annie Edwina SERCOMBE, b. 3 Jan 1860, b. reg. Q1 1860 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., d. reg. Q1 1863 at Christchurch R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3c,6c7]
                4. Constance Augusta SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1861 at St. George Hanover Square, b. reg. Q4 1861 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. 19 Jun 1900 at St. Matthew, Great Peter Street, Westminster, m. reg. Q2 1900 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., George Owen APTHORP (b. ca. 1872 at Birmingham, eldest son of Rev. George Francis APTHORP of Bedford). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, lodging at Assington Villa with her brother William and sister Emily. In 1891, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1900, of 12 St. Matthews Street, Westminster; George was a clerk in holy orders, of Newholm, Farnham Road, Guildford, Surrey; the witnesses were her mother, her aunt Viscountess Hambleden and cousin W.F.D. SMITH (see above), George's father, and George's relative C.W. APTHORP; Bishop Adelbert ANSON officiated. In 1901, living at Newholm, Farnham Road, Gildford, with her husband George (an clergyman in the Church of England). [ref. 1n,1ea,3d,3e,3f,3g,6c20,10e]
                5. Adela Emma SERCOMBE, b. 20 Jan 1864 at 49 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, b. reg. Q1 1864 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. reg. Q4 1891 at Christchurch R.D., Herbert Reginald SCOTT (b. ca. 1858 at Byfleet, Surrey). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881 and 1891, living with her mother. In 1901, living at St. Wilfrids, Parkstone, Dorset, with her husband Herbert (a clergyman in the Church of England) and a cook. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,6c10]
                6. (probably) John SERCOMBE, b. ca. Apr 1865, b. reg. Q2 1865 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., d. reg. Q4 1866 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., bur. 21 Nov 1866 at All Saints Cemetery, Kensal Green, Middlesex. At his death in 1866, of 49 Brook Street, St. George Hanover Square. [ref. 1n,1ez]
                7. Edwin or Henry Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 8 Sep 1866 at 49 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, b. reg. Q4 1866 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., d. 17 Feb 1868 at 41 Brook Street, d. reg. Q1 1868 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., bur. 24 Feb 1868 at All Saints Cemetery, Kensal Green. At his death in 1868, of 14 Brook Street, St. George Hanover Square. [ref. 1n,1ez,6c4,6c5]
                8. (probably) Alfred Augustus SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1869, b. reg. Q1 1869 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., d. reg. Q1 1869 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., bur. 12 Mar 1869 at All Saints Cemetery, Kensal Green. At his death in 1869, of 41 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square. [ref. 1n,1ez]
              6. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1828 at Exeter, chr. 1 Jan 1829 at the Mint. In 1841, living (perhaps as a visitor or pupil) in the household of Sophia FLEMING (independent, b. ca. 1775 outside Devon), 8 Salutary Place, Exeter, together with her sisters Gertrude and Fanny and a female servant. In 1851, a gentlewoman, living with her parents. [ref. 1b,3a,3b]
              7. Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. 21 Oct 1831 at Exeter, chr. 17 Jan 1832 at the Mint, m. 20 Feb 1879 at St. Mark, Surbiton, Surrey, m. reg. Q1 1879 at Kingston R.D., Thomas Salkeld BORRADAILE (b. ca. 1831 at London, m1. reg. Q1 1860 at Wirral R.D., Margaret Watson McLEAN [b. ca. 1834, d. reg. Q3 1870 at Epsom R.D.], d. reg. Q2 1900 at Kingston R.D.; son of John Watson BORRADAILE, a merchant), d. reg. Q4 1903 at Kingston R.D. In 1841, living in the household of Sophia FLEMING, together with her sisters Emily and Fanny. In 1851, a gentlewoman, living with her parents. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1871, living with her brother Rupert's widow Louisa. At her marriage in 1879, of Surbiton; Thomas was an accountant, of Epsom; the witnesses were James HOSKINS and Gertrude's sister Harriet Ann. In 1881, living at Nyaghow, Adelaide Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey, with her husband Thomas (an accountant), his son William M.L. BORRADAILE (a banker's clerk, b. ca. 1861 at Hong Kong), a cook, and a general servant. In 1891, living at Nya-Chur, Adelaide Road, Kingston, with her husband Thomas (a manufacturer, general merchant, and secretary to a public company), his daughter Annie Delapierre BORRADAILE (b. ca. 1863 at Birkenhead, b. reg. Q3 1863 at Birkenhead R.D.), a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. In 1901, living on her own means at Nyr Chur, Adelaide Road, Surbiton, with her stepdaughter Annie, a cook, a parlormaid, and a housemaid. [ref. 1b,1g,1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
              8. William Harvey SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1833, d. 19 Apr 1837. [ref. 6k4]
              9. Frederick SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jan 1835 at Exeter, chr. 14 Jan 1836 at the Mint, d. 2 Sep 1865 at Calcutta, bur. 3 Sep 1865 at Fort William, Bengal. In 1841, living with his mother. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a general merchant, living with his mother. At his death in 1865, a seaman on the ship Annie Duthie[ref. 1b,1fd,3a,3b,3c,6d4]
              10. Fanny SERCOMBE, b. 19 Sep 1836 at Sidney Place, St. Thomas, d. 9 May 1891 at Wimbledon, d. reg. Q2 1891 at Kingston R.D. In 1841, living in the household of Sophia FLEMING, together with her sisters Emily and Gertrde. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with her parents. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1871, visiting her sister Harriet. In 1881, an annuitant, living at 46 Scarsdale Villas, Kensington, London, with two servants and visitor Mary HUTTON (an annuitant, b. ca. 1821 in the East Indies). In Apr 1891, living on her own means, a lodger at 66 Queens Road, Wimbledon, Surrey. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,6c15,6k3]
              11. Perhaps another daughter, b. after Fanny, d. young. [ref. 6c15]
            4. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 14 Jan 1796 at Bovey Tracey, m. 22 May 1820 at Bovey Tracey, Joseph DAYMOND. In 1820, Mary's marriage was witnessed by Elizabeth SERCOMBE (her mother) and George SERCOMBE (her brother). Relative of researcher Jeni Martin. For Mary's descendants, including Elizabeth Sercombe DAYMOND (chr. 1821), Mary Sercombe DAYMOND (b. reg. Q3 1859 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1884 at Plympton R.D., William Andrew LEE, d. reg. Q1 1894 at Plympton R.D.), George Sercombe DAYMOND (b. reg. Q2 1862 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. 1935), and William Sercombe DAYMOND (1894-1895 in Ontario, Canada), see the IGI and Jeni's WorldConnect database[ref. 1a,1n]
            5. George SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Jan 1798 at Bovey Tracey, m1. 20 May 1824 at Kingsbridge, Devon, Grace ODGERS (b. ca. 1797 at Camborne, Cornwall, daughter of Rev. James ODGERS and Grace, m1. BAZELEY, d. 12 Apr 1854, d. reg. Q2 1854 at Exeter R.D.), m2. 8 Nov 1855 at Sampford Brett, Somerset, by licence, m2. reg. Q4 1855 at Williton R.D., Grace Chave CORNER (b. ca. 1811 at Burlescombe, Devon, daughter of Edward CORNER, a farmer, m1. STOATE, wid. by 1855, d. 10 Feb 1880 at Bridgwater, Somerset, d. reg. Q1 1880 at Bridgwater R.D.), d. by 1861. In Pigot's directory for 1830, listed with his brother John as a merchants and commission agents at Second Back Lane, Exeter. In 1841, a merchant, living in Bartholomew Terrace, Exeter, with his wife Grace and their children James, Mary, George, Thomas, and Elizabeth. In Pigot's directory for 1844, listed with his brother John as merchants at the Quay, Exeter. In 1848-1849, a councillor for Trinity Ward, Exeter. In White's directory for 1850, listed with his brother John at the Quay as a merchant, including seed, hops, and possibly other goods. In 1851, a general merchant, living at 4 Bartholomew Terrace, Exeter All Hallows on the Walls, with his wife Grace, their children James, Mary, George, Elizabeth, and Walter, and three servants. At his first wife's death in 1854, a merchant, of Exeter. At his second marriage in 1855, a seedsman, of Exeter; his second wife Grace was of Sampford Brett; the witnesses were Richard CORNER (presumably Grace's relative) and Elizabeth Clampitt SERCOMBE (his daughter). At his daughter Elizabeth's marriage in 1856, a merchant. In 1861, Grace was living with her brother Samuel CORNER (a gentleman) at Andersey Villa, Wellington, Somerset. In 1871, she was "formerly a merchant's wife" living in the household of a daughter from her first marriage at Down Hall, Wembdon Hill, Somerset. At his son George's second marriage later in 1871 (posth.), a seed merchant. At her death in 1880, Grace was of Exeter. [ref. 1a,1h,1n,1ah,1aj,1cp,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,6d2,6v,8b,8c]
              1. James Odgers SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1825 at Bovey Tracey, d. 24 Aug 1879 at Yongala, South Australia. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a general merchant, living with his parents. His death was reported in the South Australia Government Gazette, which said he had been under medical treatment for some time, but expired suddenly, and that the cause of death was "debility accelerated by drink". [ref. 3a,3b,6u]
              2. Mary Odgers SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1826 at Bovey Tracey, d. 3 Apr 1853 at Bartholomew Terrace after a short illness, d. reg. Q2 1853 at Exeter R.D. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,6h1]
              3. Harriet SERCOMBE, b. 16 Nov 1828, chr. 1 Jan 1829 at the Mint, d. 17 Dec 1842, d. reg. Q4 1842 at Exeter R.D. A "memoir" of Harriet in The Cottager's Friend and Guide of the Young describes her as an extremely pious girl, "peculiarly engaging", who met death "with not only composure, but solemn gladness". [ref. 1b,1n,6w]
              4. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1829 at Exeter, m1. Q3 1855 at Launceston R.D., Elizabeth CLEVERDON (b. ca. 1829 at North Hill, Cornwall, d. by 1871), m2. 21 Oct 1871 at St. Stephen, Exeter, m2. reg. Q4 1871 at Exeter R.D., Fanny Maria QUICKE (b. ca. 1830 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1895 at Exeter R.D.; daughter of Thomas QUICKE, a schoolmaster), d. reg. Q2 1897 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1841 and 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a corn, seed, and provision merchant, living at 4 Bartholomew Terrace with his wife Elizabeth, their daughter Emily, a nurse, and two servants. In Apr 1871, a seed merchant, living at Cleveland Place, Exmouth, with his son Sidney. In Oct 1871, a seed merchant, of Exeter St. David; Fanny was a schoolmistress, of Kings Lodge, Exeter. In 1881, a seed merchant, living at 5 Lower Summerlands, Exeter St. Sidwell, with his wife Fanny, son Arthur, and a general servant. In 1891, a seed merchant, living at 5 Lower Summerlands with his wife Fanny, her widowed sisters Elizabeth and Mary, Mary's daughter (a governess), and a servant. [ref. 1n,1aj,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f]
                1. William Cleverdon SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1861 at Exeter R.D. [ref. 1n]
                2. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1883 at Launceston R.D., John William HARTLEY (b. 1853 at Snaith, Yorkshire, son of John HARTLEY of Snaith). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a boarding scholar at Malborough House Ladies Boarding School, Exeter Holy Trinity. In 1881, a governess in the BRAY household, at Old Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devon. In 1891, living at Rock House, Hill Top, Grassington, Yorkshire, with her husband John (a Wesleyan minister), their children John, Ethel, George, Sarah, and Sydney, and a general servant. In 1901, living at 15d Park Street, Horsham, Sussex, with her sons John, Sidney, and Wilfred and a general servant; her husband John was a Wesleyan minister, visiting the BARNES family at 1 Woolwich Common, Woolwich, London. Address in 1912: Fairfield, Coleshill Street, Sutton Coldfield. [ref. nbsp;1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,5d]
                  1. John Sercombe HARTLEY, b. 1884 at Cirencester, Gloucestershire, b. reg. Q1 1884 at Cirencester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1912 at Northallerton R.D., Annie CHARLESWORTH (daughter of the Rev. Edward CHARLESWORTH). In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a journalist in a weekly newspaper office, living with his mother. Educated at Kingswood and Headingley Methodist training college. Entered the Wesleyan Methodist ministry in 1903. Minister in the following circuits: Bedale, Kent Miss[ion?], South Petherton, Northallerton, Wath-on-Dearne, Tadcaster, Thirsk, Retford, Sheffield Thorncliffe, Ramsey (Isle of Man), and St. Mawes. Address in 1933: Wesley Manse, St. Mawes, Cornwall. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,5e]
                    1. In 1933, one son, one daughter. [ref. 5e]
                  2. Ethel Mary HARTLEY, b. ca. 1885 at Cirencester, b. reg. Q4 1885 at Cirencester R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at Queenswood High School for Girls, Clapham, Surrey, together with her sister Sarah. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  3. George C. HARTLEY, b. ca. 1886 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Scotland. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at Kingswood School, Charlcombe, Somerset. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  4. Sarah E. HARTLEY, b. ca. 1887 at Montrose. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at Queenswood High School for Girls, together with her sister Ethel. [ref. 3f,3g]
                  5. Sidney Arthur HARTLEY, b. ca. 1889 at Grassington, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Skipton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1902 at Horsham R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  6. Wilfred Shaw HARTLEY, b. ca. 1893 at Knaresborough, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q3 1893 at Knaresborough R.D. In 1901, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3g]
                3. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1865 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, a scholar, boarding at a small private school at 42 Strand, Starcross, Kenton, Devon. In 1881, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
                4. Sydney Herbert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1867 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1888 at Exeter. In 1871, living with his father. In 1881, a boarding scholar at Brixton Grammar School, Brixton Oval, Lambeth, Surrey. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
              5. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1834 at Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1858 at Newton Abbot R.D., Henrietta Holman HICKS (b. ca. 1836 at Newton Abbot, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1862 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. 17 Jan 1866 in Queensland, Australia. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a boarding student at the Wesleyan Collegiate Institution, Trull, Somerset, with his cousin Joseph SERCOMBE. In 1861, a seed, corn, and provision merchant, living at 1 Albert Terrace, Exeter St. Leonard, with his wife Henrietta, their daughter Nina, his brother Walter, a nurse, a house servant, and a charwoman. [ref. 1n,1ex,3a,3b,3c]
                1. Nina SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1866 at Depwade R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
              6. Elizabeth Clampitt SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1836 at Exeter, chr. 5 Mar 1837 at the Mint, m. 3 Mar 1856 at All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1856 at Exeter R.D., Henry George HOLMAN (b. 22 Oct 1832, son of John HOLMAN, a ship owner, and Mary SYMONS, m2. 18 Jul 1865 at Bodmin, Cornwall, m. reg. Q3 1865 at Bodmin R.D., Hannah SYMONS, d. 23 Jul 1882 at Topsham, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1882 at St. Thomas R.D.; a ship builder, ship owner, and marine insurer, of Topsham; for information on the HOLMAN family see the Topsham Museum), d. reg. Q3 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 30 Jul 1857 at Topsham. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 1b,1n,1ah,3a,3b,9b,9c]
                1. Henry George HOLMAN, b. 15 Feb 1857, b. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., d. 3 Jan 1858, d. reg. Q1 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 8 Jan 1858 at Topsham. [ref. 1n,9c]
              7. Walter John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1842 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1842 at Exeter R.D., m1. 9 Jun 1869 at the Manse, Christchurch, New Zealand, Martha RICKARD (b. ca. 1846, d. 20 Jun 1879 of apoplexy at Dunedin, New Zealand, bur. 21 Jun 1879 in Northern Cemetery, Dunedin), m2. 1879 in New Zealand, Jane GRENFELL, d. 1920 in Redfern district, New South Wales, Australia. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a merchant's assistant, living with his brother Thomas. At his first marriage in 1869, of Waimate, New Zealand; Martha was late of Cambridge, England. At Martha's death in 1879, she was of Leith Street, Dunedin, a native of England, and had been in New Zealand for 11 years. Mentioned in various lists of teachers in the New Zealand Gazette, 1880, 1883, 1899, and 1901. In 1881, a schoolmaster at Waituna, registered to vote in Waimate district. In 1883, a teacher at Mars Hill, near Wanganui, New Zealand. On his son Albert's enlistment in 1917, of 18 Castlereagh Street, Redfern. [ref. 1n,1o,1ap,1aq,3b,3c,6e,14d,15a,16]
                1. Hugh Noel SERCOMBE, b. 26 Aug 1875 in Riverton district, New Zealand, m. 1898 in Canterbury district, New South Wales, Florence Matilda PHELPS (d. 1967 in Penrith district, New South Wales, daughter of George and Emma), d. 11 Jul 1957 in Balmain district, New South Wales. Attended school at Waituna, then at Mars Hill from 12 Jun 1883, then at Porewa School in Rangitikei, New Zealand, from 16 May 1884 until 1887. [ref. 1o,1ap,6j,15a]
                  1. Beatrice E.J. SERCOMBE, b. 1899 in Nyngan district, New South Wales, m. 1920 in Gunnedah district, New South Wales, Nigel George HOWES. Ancestor of researcher Jill Howes. [ref. 1o]
                  2. Clarence G. SERCOMBE, b. 1901 in Leichhardt district, New South Wales, m. 1930 in Petersham district, New South Wales, Irene V. WARNER. [ref. 1o]
                  3. Stanley Walter SERCOMBE, b. 1903 in Granville district, New South Wales, m. 1929 in Burwood district, New South Wales, Margaret Ann BATEY. Ancestor of researcher David Noel Sercombe. [ref. 1o]
                    1. Laurence Leslie SERCOMBE, m. 1961 in Burwood district, New South Wales, Marjorie Alma DYER, d. 1977 in New South Wales. [ref. 1o]
                2. Dora SERCOMBE, b. 16 Apr 1877 in Riverton district, New Zealand. Attended Porewa School, left 1886. [ref. 1ap,9d,15a]
                3. Albert Edward "Bertie" SERCOMBE, b. 7 May 1879 in Timaru district, New Zealand, m. reg. Q3 1919 at Lambeth R.D., Rose E. BRINKWORTH. Attended Porewa School starting 15 Nov 1886. In 1917, an unmarried laborer, of Sydney, New South Wales; enlisted as a private in the 18th Infantry Battalion, 21st Reinforcements, on 29 Jun; embarked on H.M.A.T. Ulysses at Sydney on 19 Dec; subsequently in the 2nd Machine Gun Battalion. [ref. 1n,1ap,9d,14d,14e,15a]
                  1. David E. SERCOMBE, d. 1920 in Sydney district, New South Wales. [ref. 1o]
            6. Ann SERCOMBE, b. 3 May 1800, chr. 27 May 1802 at Bovey Tracey, m. 14 Nov 1822 at Bovey Tracey, John Hearn MUGFORD (b. ca. 1797 at Bovey Tracey), d. by 1851. In 1822, her marriage was witnessed by George SERCOMBE and Elizabeth Mary MURCH (note that her brother John married a MURCH); John was a cordwainer. In 1841, living at Main Street, Bovey Tracey with her husband John (a shoemaker) and their children Elizabeth, Jabaz, and William. At her daughter Elizabeth's marriage in 1848, John was a farmer. In 1851, John was a shoemaker, living with his widowed aunt at Fore Street, Bovey Tracey. [ref. 1a,1x,3a,3b]
              1. Elizabeth Sercombe MUGFORD, b. ca. 1828 in Devon, m. 11 Oct 1848 at St. Paul, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1848 at Exeter R.D., Walter Augustus HILL (b. ca. 1823 at Broadclist, son of Abraham Snell HILL, a schoolmaster), d. reg. Q1 1900 at Newton Abbot R.D. At her marriage in 1828, of St. Paul's Street; Walter was a chemist, of St. Paul's Street; the witnesses were George Clement SMEATH and Elizabeth Adams HAVILL. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, lodging at Uppertown, Christow, Devon, with her husband Walter (a schoolmaster) and their son Albert. [ref. 1n,1x,3a,3b]
                1. Albert Edward HILL, b. ca. Jul 1850 at Christow. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3b]
              2. Jabaz MUGFORD, b. ca. 1830 in Devon. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 3a]
              3. William MUGFORD, b. ca. 1833 in Devon. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 3a]
            7. James SERCOMBE, chr. 27 May 1802 at Bovey Tracey, m. 24 Apr 1826 at St. Sepulchre, London, Mary Smyth STACY (b. 21 Jan 1799 at Exmouth, Devon, chr. 17 Feb 1799 at Glenorchy Independent Chapel, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon, daughter of John STACY and Sarah OSMENT, m2. reg. Q2 1859 at Wandsworth R.D., George CHARLTON, d. reg. Q2 1877 at Southwark St. Olave R.D.). At his marriage in 1826, of St. Sepulchre; Mary was also of St. Sepulchre; the witnesses were James STACY and Sophia S. STACY. At his daughter's baptism in 1831, a shoemaker, of Hennock. In 1841, a grocer, living at Old Town Street, Dawlish, Devon, with his wife Mary and their daughters Sophia and Mary. In 1851, Mary was a draper and hosier, living at 48 Hackney Road, St. Leonard Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets, London, with her daughter Mary.  [ref. 1a,1n,1q,1al,1ay,3a,3b]
              1. James Stacy SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1827 at Smithfield, London, m. reg. Q1 1860 at Greenwich R.D., Julia Ann SHORT (b. ca. 1832 at Bampton, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1873 at Hastings R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1877 at Camberwell R.D. In 1841, a shopman for a linen draper, living with his employer at Strand, Dawlish. In 1851, an outfitter's warehouseman, living with many other outfitter's employees at 63 & 64 Houndsditch, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London. In 1861, a commercial traveller in drapery, living at 14 Hamilton Terrace West, Deptford, Kent, with his wife Julia, their son Henry, a servant, and a milliner's apprentice (probably Julia's). In 1871, a traveller, living at 27 Bentham Road, Hackney, with his wife Julia (a milliner), their children Henry, Frederick, Herbert, and William, Julia's father Thomas SHORT (a retired draper, b. ca. 1808 at Bampton), and a servant. Posthumously at his son Henry's marriage in 1881 and at his son Herbert's marriage in 1889, a draper. [ref. 1n,1an,1eb,3a,3b,3c,3d]
                1. Henry James SERCOMBE, b. ca. Nov 1860 at New Cross, Deptford, Kent, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Greenwich R.D., m. 6 Jun 1881 at St. Giles, Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, m. reg. Q2 1881 at Potterspury R.D., Hannah WISE (b. ca. 1858 at Stony Stratford, d. reg. Q4 1921 at Croydon R.D.; daughter of Richard WISE, a maltster), bap. 21 Dec 1893 at St. Luke, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, d. reg. Q1 1933 at Uxbridge R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In Apr 1881, a hosier's assistant, living with other employees at 14 Westbourne Grove Terrace, Paddington, London. At his marriage in Jun 1881, a hosier, of Northampton; Hannah was of Stony Stratford; the witnesses were William WISE and Annie L. RICHARDSON. In 1889, witnessed his brother Herbert's marriage. In 1891, a clothier's manager, living at 12 George Street, Chesterton, with his wife Hannah, their children Walter, Ethel, and Florence, his brother William, and a general servant. At his baptism in 1893, an outfitter, of 53 Victoria Road, Chesterton. In 1901, an outfitter's manager, living at 50 Bridge Street, Cambridge, with his wife Hannah, their children Walter and Florence, a general servant, and a boarder. In 1911, a hosier's assistant, living at 2 Norland Square, Kensington, London, with his wife Hannah, their children Walter and Florence, Henry's visiting brother William, a servant, and four boarders. [ref. 1n,1an,1co,1eb,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Ethel Daisy SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Northampton, b. reg. Q2 1882 at Northampton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1908 at Abingdon R.D., Percy Cory GAUL. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a draper's apprentice, living with other draper's employees at 153-161 Lewisham High Road, Deptford. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                    1. Alfred J. GAUL, b. reg. Q3 1911 at Chesterton R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  2. Walter Stanley SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Maidstone, Kent, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Maidstone R.D., d. reg. Q2 1937 at Lambeth R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a grocer's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1911, an auctioneer's clerk, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  3. Florence Alice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Maidstone, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Maidstone R.D., d. reg. Q3 1968 at Worthing R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, an actress, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                2. Frederick Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Tooley Street, Southwark, Surrey, b. reg. Q3 1862 at St. Olave R.D., m. reg. Q4 1893 at Croydon R.D., Fanny Elizabeth ENSOM (b. ca. 1860 at Redhill, Surrey, d. reg. Q4 1939 at Surrey South Eastern R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1943 at Surrey South Western R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a painter, boarding in the BOWER household at 14 Ingestre Road, St. Pancras, London. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a compositor, living at 17 Washington Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey, with his wife Fanny and their daughter Edith. In 1911, a printer compositor, living at 157 Richmond Road, Kingston on Thames, with his wife Fanny and their daughter Edith. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3g,3h]
                  1. Edith Rebould SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1897 at Norbiton, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1897 at Kingston R.D., d. reg. Q2 1913 at Kingston R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, an apprentice bookbinder, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                3. Herbert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Ealing or St. Olaves, Surrey, or Bow, London, b. reg. Q1 1867 at Brentford R.D., m. 1 Jan 1889 at St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire, m. reg. Q1 1889 at Reading R.D., Mary Ann JONES (b. ca. 1862 at Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, d. reg. Q3 1926 at Uxbridge R.D.; daughter of Charles JONES and Sarah), d. reg. Q1 1936 at Uxbridge R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar at South Metropolitan District School, Sutton, Surrey, along with his brother William. In 1889, a tobacconist, of Vachel Road, Reading. In 1891, a tobacconist, living at 32 St. Mary Butts, Reading, with his wife Mary, their son James, and Mary's visiting mother. In 1901, a clothier's manager, living at 2 Peach Street, Wokingham, Berkshire, with his wife Mary, their son Alfred, Mary's mother, a general servant, and an assistant. In 1911, a commercial traveller in woollen, living at 60 Gloucester Road, Newbury, Berkshire, with his wife Mary Ann and their sons James (crossed out) and Alfred. [ref. 1n,1an,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. James Reginald SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1889 at Reading, b. reg. Q4 1889 at Reading R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at Gordon House School, Gloucester Road, Kingston on Thames, not far from his uncle Frederick. In 1911, a musician in the Royal Marines Band, living at the Royal Marine Artillery Barracks and Infirmary, Eastney, Portsmouth, Hampshire; also enumerated (crossed out) with his parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  2. (probably) Lily SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1892 at Reading R.D., d. reg. Q3 1892 at Reading R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  3. Alfred Herbert SERCOMBE, b. ca. Apr 1900 at Wokingham, b. reg. Q2 1900 at Wokingham R.D., m. reg. Q4 1924 at Medway R.D., Mabel Lilian STEWART (b. 16 Sep 1898, d. reg. Q4 1983 at Ashford R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1967 at Ashford R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                    1. Josephine M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1928 at Kingston R.D., d. reg. Q1 1930 at Guildford R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Michael Stewart SERCOMBE, b. 14 Dec 1933, b. reg. Q1 1934 at East Ashford R.D., m. reg. Q3 1963 at Ashford R.D., June P. WARNER (m2. reg. Jun 2001 at Ashford with Shepway R.D., John S. ROOD), d. reg. Mar 1996 at Ashford R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      1. Gillian A.J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1965 at Folkestone R.D., m. reg. Nov 2005 at Kent R.D., Gordon A. SHEPHERD. [ref. 1n]
                      2. David Michael SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1967 at Folkestone R.D., m. reg. Jul 1995 at Tunbridge Wells R.D., Claire L. BURGESS. [ref. 1n]
                        1. Bronte Louise A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Apr 1998 at Tunbridge Wells R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        2. Bradley Sean SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jan 2001 at Tunbridge Wells R.D. [ref. 1n]
                        3. Rowena Eloise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jun 2003 at Kent R.D. [ref. 1n]
                4. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Ealing or Kilburn, Middlesex, or Hackney, b. reg. Q2 1869 at Hendon R.D., m. reg. Q3 1904 at Taunton R.D., Mabel Kate BURCHELL (b. ca. 1878 at Southampton, Hampshire), d. reg. Q4 1942 at Kensington R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar at South Metropolitan District School, along with his brother Herbert. In 1891, living with his brother Henry. In 1901, a hotel boots, lodging at 7 Town Place, Reading. In 1911, a caretaker, visiting his brother Henry; Mabel was a general domestic servant in the MOOR household at Soldiers Institute, Taunton, Somerset. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              2. Sophia SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Dec 1831 at Hennock, d. reg. Q3 1846 at West London R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1q,3a]
              3. Mary Jane Stacey SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1833 at Dawlish or Exminster, chr. 8 Sep 1833 at Chudleigh Independent chapel, d. reg. Q4 1904 at Chelsea R.D. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, an assistant to her mother. (Where in 1861 and 1871?) In 1881, a dressmaker, lodging in the NELSON household at 11 Walnut Tree Walk, Lambeth, Surrey. In 1901, a dressmaker, lodging at 95 Page Street, Westminster, London. [ref. 1n,1dn,3a,3b,3e,3g]
              4. Ellen Stacey or Ellen Smyth SERCOMBE, b. 15 Aug 1835, chr. 13 Sep 1835 at the Independent chapel, Dawlish, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1839 at Newton Abbot R.D. [ref. 1n,1am]
            8. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Jun 1804 at Bovey Tracey, bur. there 10 Jan 1805. [ref. 1a]
            9. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 8 Jan 1808 at Bovey Tracey, m. 22 Sep 1832 at Crediton, Devon, Jane BURGE, d. 9 Dec 1892 at 33 Longton Grove, Sydenham, d. reg. Q4 1892 at Lewisham R.D., bur. 14 Dec 1892 at South London Metropolitan Cemetery (now West Norwood Cemetery), Norwood, Surrey. At his son Thomas's birth in Feb 1841, a porter merchant, of New Bridge Street, Exeter. In Jun 1841, a porter merchant, living at Bridge Street, Exeter, with his wife Jane, their children Anna, Lucy, Joseph, and Jane, his wife's mother, and two servants. At his son Arthur's birth in 1843, a porter merchant, of Bridge Street, Exeter. In Pigot's directory for 1844, listed as a wine, ale, and porter merchant, tobacconist, and agent for Bass & Co. ales, at 15 New Bridge Street, Exeter. At his daughter Alice's birth in 1849, a wine and spirits merchant, of Bridge Street, Exeter. In White's directory for 1850, listed as a tobacconist and merchant of porter, ale, wine, and spirits, at 15-16 New Bridge Street, Exeter. In 1851, a wine merchant, living at Walnut House, St. Davids Hill, Exeter, with his wife Jane, their children Anna, Lucy, Jane, Frank, Kate, and Alice, his wife's mother, a nursemaid, and a cook. At his daughter Anna's marriage in Jul 1855, a printer (perhaps an error?). In Sep 1855, defrauded of £158 15s. 2d. worth of tobacco by Thomas Moore SHARP, who was convicted in Jan 1856 and sentenced to eight months in prison. In 1861, a wine merchant, living at 26 Wellington Road, Marylebone, London, with his wife Jane, their children Joseph, Jane, Frank, and Alice, his wife's niece and nephew Lucy and Aubrey LUXTON, and two servants. At his son Frank's death in 1868, of 19 Longton Grove, Sydenham, Kent. In 1871, a wine merchant, living at 19 Longton Grove, Upper Sydenham, with his wife Jane, their daughters Jane, Kate, Alice, Anna, and Lucy, Anna's husband Edward, Lucy's son Sydney, and two servants. At his daughter Alice's marriage in 1876, a wine merchant. In 1881, a retired wine merchant, living at 38 Longton Grove with his wife Jane, their daughters Jane and Kate, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1891, a retired wine merchant, living at 38 Longton Grove with his wife Jane, their daughter Jane, a cook, and a housemaid. At his death in 1892, of 38 Longton Grove, Sydenham. [ref. 1a,1c,1e,1f,1n,1az,1ct,1dy,1ey,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,6c6,6c16,6m,8c,8d]
              1. Anna SERCOMBE, b. 23 Nov 1833 at Exeter, chr. 15 Dec 1833 at the Mint, m. 10 Jul 1855 at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, m. reg. Q3 1855 at Marylebone R.D., Edward PEARSE (b. ca. 1823 at Exeter, son of James PEARSE, a merchant, d. by 1881). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1855, of Acacia Road; Edward was an accountant, of Exeter St. James. In 1861, living at 4 Prospect Terrace, Exeter St. Sidwell, with her husband Edward (a clerk in the West of England Fire and Life Assurance Society), their children James, Alice, and Edward, her mother-in-law Elizabeth C. (an annuitant, b. ca. 1794 at Exeter, m. PEARSE, wid. by 1861), and two house servants. In 1871, Anna and Edward (a rag merchant) were living with her parents. In 1881, living at 13 Friars Walk, Exeter Holy Trinity, with her children James, Alice, Edith, Louisa, and Mabel and a general domestic servant. Listed in White's 1890 directory as Mrs. E. Pearse of Melbourne House, 13 Friars Walk; her husband's business, which must have survived him, was listed as "Edward Pearse, metal, skin, rag, and waste paper merchant, Shilhay, Commercial road; 13-14 West street and Sun street; and Teignmouth and Torquay; h[ome] Melbourne house, Friars walk". (Where in 1891? Not either Friars Walk or Gertrude Terrace.) In 1901, living on her own means at 5 Gertrude Terrace, Exmouth, Devon, with her children James and Edith, her granddaughter Catherine WHEATLEY, and a general domestic servant. [ref. 1b,1j,1n,1az,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3g,8g]
                1. James PEARSE, b. ca. 1856 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1856 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1910 at Exeter R.D., Ethel Grace PEARSE (b. ca. 1881 at Hatherleigh, Devon, m1. reg. Q3 1902 at Okehampton R.D., John Ley PETHYBRIDGE [b. ca. 1865, d. reg. Q3 1905 at Tavistock R.D.]). In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living in his parents' house at 13 Friars Walk with his six younger sisters and two general servants. In 1881, a rag and metal merchant, living with his mother. In 1891, a wholesale rag merchant, living at 11 Fore Street, Heavitree, Exeter, with his sister Louisa and a general domestic servant. In 1901, a wholesale rag and metal merchant, living with his mother. In 1911, a metal and rag merchant, living at 11 Salutary Mount, Heavitree, with his wife Ethel, her daughter Annabel Grace Ley PETHYBRIDGE (b. ca. 1903 at Okehampton, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1903 at Okehampton R.D.), visitor Lillian May CLEVERLEY (b. ca. 1884 at London), a cook, and a housemaid. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                2. Anne Lucy "Annie" PEARSE, b. reg. Q2 1857 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1878 at Exeter R.D., Timothy WHEATLEY (b. ca. 1849 at Lanchester, Co. Durham). In 1861, living with her uncle Mountjoy PEARSE (an iron ship builder and coal fitter) at Seaton Carew, Co. Durham. In 1871, a scholar, living in her parents' house. In 1881, living at 60 Middleton Road, New Grimsbury, Northamptonshire, with her husband Timothy (a Wesleyan Methodist minister), their daughter Mary, and a general servant. In 1891, living at 38 Penn Road Villas, Islington, London, with her husband Timothy (a Wesleyan minister), their children Mary, Catherine, Edward, and Dorothy, and a mother's help. In 1901, living at Woodland Leigh, Torquay, Devon, with her husband Timothy (a Wesleyan Methodist minister) and their daughter Dorothy. In 1911, Timothy was a Wesleyan Methodist minister, living at 66 Filey Avenue, Slapton, London N.E., with a general servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Mary Winifred WHEATLEY, b. ca. 1879 at Warwick, Warwickshire, b. reg. Q1 1890 at Warwick R.D., m. reg. Q1 1901 at Newton Abbot R.D., James Herbert WATSON (b. ca. 1871 in Scotland). In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living at 124 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, with her husband James (a Wesleyan minister). [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g]
                  2. Catherine Alice WHEATLEY, b. ca. 1882 at Grimsbury, Northamptonshire (Oxfordshire from 1894), b. reg. Q3 1882 at Banbury R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her maternal grandmother. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  3. Edward Pearse WHEATLEY, b. ca. 1884 at Reading, Berkshire, b. reg. Q3 1884 at Reading R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a boarding pupil at Dunheved College, Launceston, Cornwall. In 1911, an office clerk for a marine store dealer, boarding in the ANDREWS household at 3 Weirfield Road, Exeter. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  4. Dorothy Annie WHEATLEY, b. ca. 1887 at Sunderland, Co. Durham, b. reg. Q4 1887 at Sunderland R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                3. Alice PEARSE, b. ca. 1859 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1859 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living in her parents' house. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e]
                4. Edward Ernest PEARSE, b. ca. Jan 1861 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1864 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
                5. Edith Maria PEARSE, b. ca. 1862 at Exeter. In 1871, living in her parents' house. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, living with her mother. In 1911, living on private means at 114 St. Andrew's Road, Exmouth, with her sister Margaret and a servant. [ref. 3d,3e,3g,3h]
                6. Mary Beatrice PEARSE, b. ca. 1864 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1865 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1888 at Exeter R.D., Albert Thomas OLIVER (b. ca. 1856 at Menheniot, Cornwall). In 1871, living in her parents' house. In 1881, a boarding scholar in a school at 26 Clarence Terrace, Leamington, Warwickshire. In 1891, living at 2 Howell Road, Exeter, with her husband Albert (a fruit and provision merchant), their son James, and a general domestic servant. In 1901, living at 6 Blackall Road, Exeter, with her husband Albert (a fruit merchant and Methodist local preacher), their children James, Freida, Margaret, and Thomas, a lady's helper, and a general servant. In 1911, living at 9 Marlbrough Road, Exeter, with her husband Albert (a fruit merchant), their children James, Frieda, Margaret, and Thomas, and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. James Pearse OLIVER, b. ca. 1890 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1890 at Exeter R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, the manager of a marine store, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
                  2. Frieda Mary OLIVER, b. ca. 1893 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1893 at Exeter R.D. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                  3. Margaret Kent OLIVER, b. ca. 1894 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1894 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                  4. Thomas Sercombe OLIVER, b. 21 Jun 1899 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1899 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1925 at Exeter R.D., Phyllis M. WIPPELL, d. reg. Q1 1970 at Plymouth R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                    1. Richard Sercombe OLIVER, b. 26 Jun 1928, b. reg. Q3 1928 at Yeovil R.D., d. reg. Jan 1993 at Hereford R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    2. Jennifer M. OLIVER, b. reg. Q3 1933 at Yeovil R.D. [ref. 1n]
                7. Louisa Agnes PEARSE, b. ca. 1866 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1866 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1897 at St. Thomas R.D., Matthew Maria L. HUTCHINSON (b. ca. 1859 at New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland). In 1871, living in her parents' house. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1891, housekeeper for her brother James. In 1911, living at Lanhael, Polperro, Cornwall, with her husband Matthew (a medical practitioner) and a general servant. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3h]
                8. Margaret Mabel PEARSE, b. ca. 1867 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, living in her parents' house. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, visiting another PEARSE family at St. Tudy, Cornwall. In 1911, living on private means with her sister Edith. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3g,3h]
              2. Lucy SERCOMBE, b. 12 Sep 1835 at Exeter, chr. 4 Oct 1835 at the Mint, m. Samuel Joseph SMITH (b. ca. 1829 at Upleadon, Gloucestershire, d. 25 Feb 1893 at Chelmsford, b. reg. Q1 1893 at Chelmsford R.D.). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. Samuel was a Wesleyan minister from ca. 1853, and a missionary at Canton, China. (Presumably in China in 1861.) In 1871, Lucy was living with her parents with her son Sydney; Samuel was a Wesleyan minister, living at Waterloo, Northumberland, with their children Catherine, Samuel, Joseph, Gertrude, and Agnes and two servants. In 1881, living at 7 Chapel Hill, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, with her husband Samuel (a Wesleyan minister), children Thomas and Catherine, visitors Ellen Ann PRESTON and Susannah M. HUTTON (b. ca. 1859 and 1860 at Canton), and a servant. The house at 7 Chapel Hill may have belonged to the church, for in 1891 it was next door to the Wesleyan chapel and was occupied by the family of another minister. In 1891, living with her daughter Catherine; her husband Samuel was a Wesleyan minister, living at Grove House, Chelmsford, Essex, with his daughter Agnes and a general servant. In 1901, living on her own means at 18 Morton Crescent, Exmouth, with her daughters Agnes and Gertrude, three of Gertrude's children, visitor Isabella (perhaps Gertrude's mother in law?, b. ca. 1816 in Scotland, m. BALL, wid. by 1901), a housemaid, and a cook. [ref. 1b,1j,1n,3a,3b,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                1. Thomas Sercombe SMITH, later Thomas SERCOMBE-SMITH, b. ca. 1858 at Canton, m. Jun 1919, m. reg. Q2 1919 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary (m1. Robert North DE BEAUVAIS [b. ca. 1870, d. reg. Q1 1918 at Camberwell R.D., L.S.A. (London), of Ancaster, Grantham, and The Links, Golf Road, Budleigh Salterton, Devon]). In 1871, a boarding pupil at the Wesleyan College, Lansdown Road, Charlcombe, Somerset. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. Received degrees of B.A. and LL.B. (London). Appointed acting puisne judge in Hong Kong, 14 Apr 1900. On 28 Mar 1901, appointed acting colonial secretary in Hong Kong. In 1907, a police magistrate and coroner in Hong Kong. Left Hong Kong on nine months leave of absence, 29 Jan 1907. At his marriage in 1919, formerly of the Hong Kong Civil Service and a retired puisne judge of the Supreme Court of the Straits Settlements. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,6c23,6f1,6f2,6f3]
                2. Catherine Lucy SMITH, b. ca. 1859 at Canton, m. reg. Q2 1886 at St. Albans R.D., James HUDSON (b. ca. 1856 at Islington, London). In 1871, living with her father. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living at 80 Masons Hill, Bromley, Kent, with her husband James (a provision merchant), their daughters Gladys and Sybil, her mother, her brother Samuel, a lady's nurse, a general servant, a cook, and a (child's) nurse. In 1901, living at Terracina, Bromley, with her husband James (a provision merchant), their children Sybil and Basil, a housemaid, a cook, a nurse, and a kitchenmaid [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                  1. Gladys Marian HUDSON, b. ca. 1887 at Bromley, b. reg. Q3 1887 at Bromley R.D., d. reg. Q2 1891 at Bromley R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f]
                  2. Sybil Kathleen HUDSON, b. ca. Feb 1891 at Bromley, b. reg. Q2 1891 at Bromley R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g]
                  3. Basil Stuart HUDSON, b. 29 Aug 1893 at Terracina, Sundridge Avenue, Bromley, b. reg. Q4 1893 at Bromley R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g,6c31]
                3. Samuel Arthur SMITH, b. ca. 1861 at Canton, m. reg. Q2 1896 at Bromley R.D., Emily Gertrude GIBBS (b. ca. 1866 at Hackney, London). In 1871, living with his father. In 1891, an accountant, living with his sister Catherine. In 1901, a secretary to public companies, visiting a lodging house at 2 Cliftonville Avenue, Margate, Kent, with his wife Emily, their son John, and a nurse. [ref. 1n,3d,3f,3g]
                  1. John Sercombe SMITH, b. 20 Jan 1898 at Beckenham, Kent, b. reg. Q1 1898 at Bromley R.D., d. reg. Q2 1974 at Tonbridge R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                  2. (probably) Rex Sercombe SMITH, later Rex SERCOMBE-SMITH, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Bromley, R.D., d. reg. Q3 1964 at Bournemouth R.D. [ref. 1n]
                4. Joseph H. SMITH, b. ca. 1862 at Canton. In 1871, living with his father. [ref. 3d]
                5. Gertrude Jane SMITH, b. ca. 1864 at Canton, m. reg. Q1 1885 at St. Albans R.D., James Dyer BALL (I.S.O., b. 1847, d. 1919, a linguist who studied Cantonese). In 1871, living with her father. In 1881, a pupil governess at the Ladies School, 19 Church Street, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. (In 1891, perhaps in Hong Kong?) In 1901, living in her mother's household with her children Lucy, Arthur, and Norman. In 1921, of 55 Lewisham Hill, London S.E. In 1927 and 1931, of 10 Lownds Avenue, Bromley, Kent. In 1936, of Bromley [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3g,6c19,6c26,6c28,6c29]
                  1. Lucy J. BALL, b. ca. 1885 at Hong Kong, m. 28 Jul 1921 at Blackheath, Trevor A. BUTCHER (O.B.E., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., second son of Col. H. Townsend BUTCHER, R.F.A., of 5 Stafford Mansions, London S.W.). In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 3g,6c19]
                  2. Arthur Dyer BALL or Arthur DYER-BALL, b. ca. 1888 at Hong Kong, m1. Ruth Mary SHEPHERD, m2. 14 Dec 1927 at Colombo, Ceylon, Dorothy Redfearn ROBINSON (fourth daughter of Col. F. Redfearn ROBINSON), d. 25 Jan 1931 at a London nursing home. In 1901, living with his mother. Clerk of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, 1918-1919 and 1922. Edited the 1923 edition of the Laws of Hong Kong. In 1927, a barrister in the civil service in Ceylon. Appointed Legal Draftsman under the Attorney General of Ceylon, 6 Aug 1927; assumed duties Sep 1927; resigned 18 Dec 1930 (see History of the Legal Draftsman's Department). Memorial service at St. Jude's Church, Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington. [ref. 3g,6c26,6c27,6c28,15f]
                    1. Denys Michael DYER-BALL, b. 10 Oct 1918 at Hong Kong, m. 28 Jan 1943 at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London S.W.7, m. reg. Q1 1943 at Kensington R.D., Damaris Irwin CAVERS (b. 3 Dec 1917, d. reg. Dec 1997 at Leeds R.D., daughter of A.S. CAVERS of 138 The Mount, York), d. 23 Oct 1983, bur. at Swanage. Educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford University, 1937-1939. In 1942, a Lieutenant in the Gold Coast Regiment. In 1943, of the Queen's Royal Regiment and the Gold Coast Regiment. In 1948, of the Political Administration, Gold Coast. In 1968, of Vinehall School, Robertsbridge, Sussex. In 1983, late of the Ghana Administrative Service and Vinehall School. Funeral service at Bournemouth Crematorium, 28 Oct 1983. [ref. 1n,6c32,6c33,6c35,6c36,6c37,15f]
                      1. Michael Sutherland DYER-BALL, b. 22 Jul 1946 at Purey Cust Nursing Home, York, b. reg. Q3 1946 at York R.D. Address 1975-1982: 10/12 Grange Park Road, London W.5. [ref. 1n,6c34,8h]
                      2. Drusilla I. DYER BALL, b. 7 Jul 1948 at Swanage Cottage Hospital, b. reg. Q3 1948 at Poole R.D., m. reg. Q2 1973 at Kensington R.D., Stephen C. LONG. [ref. 1n,6c35,6c37]
                        1. Kael Alexis DYER-BALL or LONG, b. reg. Q4 1971 at Paddington R.D. [ref. 1n,6c37]
                        2. Harry Alex LONG or McMULLEN, b. reg. Q1 1988 at Leeds R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  3. Norman Dyer BALL, b. ca. 1895 at Hong Kong, m. reg. Q1 1923 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Doris Bell COLLIER (b. 8 Dec 1897 at Manchester, an author of detective fiction under the pseudonym Josephine Bell - see brief biography), d. 7 Jan 1936 in a car accident. In 1901, living with his mother. Norman and Doris practiced medicine together in Greenwich and London, 1927-35. In 1963, Doris was of Willoughby, Guildford. [ref. 1n,3g,6c29]
                    1. Brigid Margaret BALL, b. reg. Q3 1926 at Hampstead R.D., m. ca. 1964 John Rossford EDGE (son of Walter Charles EDGE, of Briggate, Knaresborough). [ref. 1n,6c30]
                    2. A son and two more daughters.
                6. Agnes K. or B. SMITH, b. ca. 1865 at Canton. In 1871, living with her father. In 1881, a boarding scholar at Trinity Hall school, 15 Duke Street, North Meols, Lancashire. In 1891, living with her father. In 1901, living with her mother. [ref. 3d,3e,3f,3g]
                7. Sydney H. SMITH, b. ca. 1866 at Guildford, Surrey, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Guildford R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his mother in the household of her parents. In 1881, a boarding scholar at Woodhouse Grove School, Rawdon, near Guiseley, Yorkshire. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
              3. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 9 Feb 1837 at Exeter, chr. 26 Feb 1837 at the Mint, m. reg. Q2 1867 at Stepney R.D., Rose CORNFORTH (b. ca. 1846 at Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, d. reg. Q1 1899 at Eastbourne R.D., bur. 3 Mar 1899 at St. John the Evangelist, Shirley, Surrey), d. reg. Q1 1902 at Croydon R.D., bur. 26 Feb 1902 at St. John the Evangelist, Shirley. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a boarding student at the Wesleyan Collegiate Institution, Trull, with his cousin Thomas SERCOMBE. In 1861, a wine merchant, living with his parents. In 1871, a wine merchant, living at Lynton Holme, Oakfield Road, Croydon, Surrey, with his wife Rose, their children Hilda and Athelstane, visitor Edith CORNFORTH (b. ca. 1854 at Ramsgate, Kent, perhaps Rose's sister), a cook, a nurse, and a housemaid. In 1881, a wine merchant, living at Oakfield, Croydon, with his wife Rose, their children Hilda and Athelstane, Rose's sister Bertha, a governess, a cook, and a housemaid. In 1891, a wine merchant, living at 42 Sydenham Road, Croydon, with his wife Rose, their children Hilda and Athelstane, a visitor (Ethel M. THOMAS, b. ca. 1870 at Sunderland, Durham), a cook, and a housemaid. At her death in 1899, Rose was of Eastbourne. In 1901, a retired wine merchant, living at 4 Wellesley Road, Croydon, with his son Athelstane, a visitor (Maud M. JOYCELYN, b. ca. 1864 at Maidstone, Kent), a cook, and a housemaid. At his death in 1902, of Croydon. [ref. 1b,1j,1n,1fi,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
                1. Hilda SERCOMBE, b. 12 Dec 1869 at Croydon, b. reg. Q1 1870 at Croydon R.D., chr. 11 May 1870 at the Wesleyan Methodist chapel, Croydon, m. reg. Q2 1896 at Portsea Island R.D., Martin Price CHAMBERLIN (b. ca. 1870 at Yarmouth, Norfolk, d. by 1911). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living at 17a Blegborough Road, Streatham, London, with her husband Martin (an accountant clerk) and their daughter Rose. In 1911, living on private means at 11 Hestercombe Avenue, Fulham, London, with her children Rose and Edward. [ref. 1n,1ac,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                  1. Rose Marguerite CHAMBERLIN, b. ca. 1897 at Southsea, Hampshire, b. reg. Q2 1897 at Portsea R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                  2. Edward Laurence CHAMBERLIN, b. ca. 1907 at Coulsdon, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1907 at Croydon R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                2. Athelstane Cornforth SERCOMBE, b. ca. Dec 1870 at Croydon, b. reg. Q1 1871 at Croydon R.D., m. reg. Q4 1906 at Croydon R.D., Elizabeth Margaret PAGE (b. ca. 1880 at Cardiff, daughter of Richard PAGE of Porthcawl, Glamorgan; m2. 26 Sep 1922 at Christ Church Broadway, Westminster, m2. reg. Q3 1922 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., Oliver Henry d'Alteyrac STEWARD [b. ca. 1879, son of Edward Harding STEWARD]), d. 9 May 1918 at Hurst Cottage, Birdhurst Avenue, South Croydon, d. reg. Q2 1918 at Croydon R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881 and 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a wine merchant, living with his father. At his daughter's baptism in 1908, a wine merchant, of 48 Catfield Road, Croydon. In 1911, a wine merchant, living at 1 Chatfield Road, Croydon, with his wife Elizabeth, their daughter Margaret, visitor Ethel Augusta PAGE (b. ca. 1878 at Cardiff, perhaps Elizabeth's sister), a general servant, and a nurse. At his daughter's baptism in 1912, a wine merchant, of Sydney House, London Road, Croydon. At her second marriage in 1922, Elizabeth was of 35 Westminster Palace Gardens, London S.W.1; Oliver was a retired army officer, of the Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, London S.W.1. At her daughter's marriage in 1941, Elizabeth was of 2 Queensbury, Sheringham. [ref. 1n,1fg,1fh,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,6c22,6c24,6c25]
                  1. Margaret Rose SERCOMBE, b. 21 Sep 1908 at Croydon, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Croydon R.D., chr. 22 Nov 1908 at St. James Croydon Common, Croydon. In 1911, living with her parents. In Nov or Dec 1934, assigned as a typist in the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. [ref. 1fh,1n,3h,6ab5]
                  2. Daphne Mary SERCOMBE, b. 15 Jun 1912, b. reg. Q3 1912 at Croydon R.D., chr. 18 Aug 191 at St. James Croydon Common, m. 23 Jan 1941, m. reg. Q1 1941 at Leighton Buzzard R.D., Alan Rousseau BRADSHAW (younger son of J.M. BRADSHAW of Myrtlefield Park, Belfast). In 1941, Alan was a paymaster commander in the Royal Navy. [ref. 1n,1fh,6c25]
              4. Jane Burge SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1838 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1931 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a boarder in the BROOKES household at 51 Penn Road, Croydon. In 1911, living with her sister Alice. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              5. Thomas Clampitt SERCOMBE, b. 15 Feb 1841 at Exeter St. Edmund, b. reg. Q2 1841 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q2 1841 at Exeter R.D. [ref. 1n,1ct]
              6. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jul 1843 at Exeter St. Edmund, b. reg. Q3 1843 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q2 1844 at Exeter R.D. [ref. 1n,1dy]
              7. Frank SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1844 at Exeter R.D., d. 20 Feb 1868 at 16 Woronzow Road, London, N.W., of pleurisy, d. reg. Q1 1868 at Marylebone R.D., bur. at South London Metropolitan Cemetery, now West Norwood Cemetery, Norwood, Surrey. In 1851 and 1861, living with his parents. At his death in 1868, of Woronzow Road, St. Johns Wood. [ref. 1n,1ey,3b,3c,6c6]
              8. Kate SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1927 at Paddington R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, and 1881, living with her parents. Awarded the degree of Lady Literate in Arts (L.L.A.) by St. Andrews University (but probably without residence at St. Andrews), ca. 1881. Some time before 1885, an assistant mistress at Norwich High School for Girls. Subsequently taught privately in Stuttgart, Germany; advertised for pupils in the Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1884, address Paulinenstrasse 54); the Journal of Education (1885, address Paulinenstrasse 54, then Dannekerstrasse); and the Musical Times (1886, address Dannekerstrasse). In 1891, living with her sister Alice. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, of private means, boarding at 18-20 Campbell Road, Boscombe, Hampshire. Kate travelled the world, gathering a collection of seashells that remains in the possession of the descendants of her sister Alice. [ref. 1n,3b,3d,3e,3f,3h,6x,6y,6z,6aa,9a]
              9. Alice SERCOMBE, b. 20 Jul 1849 at New Bridge Street, Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1849 at Exeter R.D., m. 9 Aug 1876 at the Wesleyan chapel, Sydenham, m. reg. Q3 1876 at Lewisham R.D., James Sewell HAWORTH, d. reg. Q4 1930 at Okehampton R.D. In 1851, 1861, and 1871, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1876, of 19 Longton Grove, Sydenham. At her son's birth in 1877, of 62 Trinity Square, Margate, Kent. In 1881, living at 82 Newby Street, Kirkdale, Lancashire, with her husband James (a Wesleyan minister), their son Harold, and two general servants. In 1891, living at Upworth Lodge, Wrexham, Denbighshire, with her husband James (a Wesleyan minister), her sister Kate, visitor Sarah C. PHILLIPS (living on her own means, b. ca. 1838 at Chelsea), and a cook. In 1901, living at Eirianfa, Llangollen, Denbighshire, with her husband James (a Wesleyan minister) and a housemaid. In 1911, living at Eiranfa, Llangollen, with her husband James (a Wesleyan minister), her sister Jane, and a servant. My great grandmother. [ref. 1e,1f,1n,1cs,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
          7. Thomas SIRCOMBE, chr. 31 Mar 1767 at Hennock, bur. there 13 May 1767. [ref. 1q]
          8. Mary SIRCOMBE, chr. 13 Oct 1768 at Hennock, m1. 22 Oct 1793 at Hennock, after banns, Gilbert EDWARDS (chr. 9 Mar 1758 at Hennock, son of James EDWARDS and Deborah, bur. 17 Feb 1803 at Hennock), m2. 21 Jun 1808 at Hennock, by license, William STANBURY. Mary's first marriage in 1793 was witnessed by her father Samuel SERCOMBE and brother-in-law James SOPER. At her second marriage in 1808, she and William were both of Hennock, William was a yeoman, and the witnesses were Elizabeth SERCOMBE (probably a sister-in-law, but which?) and Susanna STANBURY (presumably a relative of William). [ref. 1q]
            1. Samuel EDWARDS, chr. 2 Jan 1795 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            2. Elizabeth EDWARDS, chr. 26 Jan 1797 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            3. Mary EDWARDS, chr. 18 Apr 1799 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            4. Ann EDWARDS, chr. 19 Nov 1801 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            5. Susannah STANBURY, chr. 16 Dec 1808 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
            6. Jane STANBURY, chr. 10 Jan 1811 at Hennock. [ref. 1q]
          9. Sarah SIRCOMBE, chr. 27 Jun 1771 at Hennock, m. 1 Oct 1794 at Hennock, after banns, Samuel EDWARDS (chr. 21 Aug 1768 at Hennock, son of James EDWARDS and Deborah). Witnesses at the marriage in 1794 were E. MUDGE, John MUDGE, J. MALLOCK, and C. HILL. [ref. 1q]
          10. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Jun 1775 at Hennock, m1. 11 Sep 1800 at Kenn, Devon, after banns, Elizabeth PHILLIPS (b. ca. 1775, bur. 2 Oct 1828 at Kenn), m2. 8 Oct 1832 at St. Paul, Bristol, Gloucestershire, after banns, Ann BENNETT (b. ca. 1788 at Bristol St. James, d. reg. Q2 1865 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1848 at Bristol R.D. At his marriage in 1800, of South Bovey (i.e. Bovey Tracey); Elizabeth was of Kenn; Sarah PHILLIPS and Elizabeth DEWDNEY witnessed the marriage. At his daughter's baptism in 1803, a butcher. In 1806, Thomas COCKS and Mary WOODLEY (both aged 10) were apprenticed to Thomas by the overseers of the poor of Ilsington, Devon, for Lender. In 1812, James RIDGWAY (aged 7) was apprenticed to him by them for Lender estate. Probably the father of Mary WOODLEY's illegitimate child, born in 1816. At their marriage in 1832, Thomas and Ann were both of Bristol St. Paul. In 1841, a journeyman butcher, living at Cherry Lane, Bristol St. James, with his wife Ann. In 1851, Ann was living on parish relief at Balloon Court, Bristol St. Paul. (Where was Ann in 1861?) [ref. 1a,1n,1q,1t,1bb,3a,3b,17f]
            1. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 18 Sep 1801 at Bovey Tracey, m. 31 Mar 1824 at South Molton, John CHUDLEIGH (d. by 1851). In 1851, a servant in the household of Charles GORDON, J.P., at Heavitree House, Heavitree. In 1871, a servant, lodging with her sister Sarah. [ref. 1a,1ao,3b,3d]
            2. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 23 Dec 1803 at Bovey Tracey, m. 27 Oct 1833 at Alphington, Devon, after banns, John LONEY (b. ca. 1804 at Exeter St. Sidwell, d. by 1861). In 1816, Sarah was a witness at the marriage at Kenn of Mary PHILLIPS (perhaps a maternal relative) and John COOPER. In Mar 1833, she was a witness at the marriage at Kenn of Edward SMALLDRIDGE (of Ashton) and Sophia WALTER (of Kenn). At their marriage in Oct 1833, Sarah and John were both sojourners in Alphington; Thomas TAPPER and W. WELSFORD were the witnesses. In 1841, living at Chapel Court, St. Sidwell Place, Exeter, with her husband John (a plasterer) and their children Fanny, John, and James. In 1851, a laundress, living at Skittle Alley, Sidwell Street, Exeter, with her husband John (a plasterer), their daughters Eliza and Emma, and visitors Susanna TAPPER and Jane TOWILL (both b. ca. 1834 at Kenn). In 1861, a laundress, living at Skittle Alley with her daughters Eliza and Emma. In 1871, a laundress, living at 2 Wesleyan Court, Exeter St. Sidwell, with her sister Ann (described in the census as a lodger). [ref. 1a,1ag,1t,3a,3b,3c,3d]
              1. Fanny LONEY, b. ca. 1835 in Devon. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 3a]
              2. John LONEY, b. ca. 1837 in Devon. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 3a]
              3. James Sercombe LONEY, b. ca. 1839 in Devon, b. reg. Q2 1839 at Exeter R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3a]
              4. Eliza Ann LONEY, b. ca. 1841 at Exeter St. Sidwell. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a pupil teacher, living with her mother. [ref. 3b,3c]
              5. Emma LONEY, b. ca. 1846 at Exeter St. Sidwell. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a waistcoat maker, living with her mother. [ref. 3b,3c]
            3. William SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Dec 1805 at Ilsington, Devon, m. Mary Ann GOOD (b. ca. 1815 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, d. reg. Q3 1853 at Bedminster R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1859 at Bedminster R.D. In 1841, a journeyman carpenter, living at Hill Street, Bristol St. Paul, Gloucestershire, with his wife Mary Ann and their children Thomas, Mary Ann, and Ann. At his son's birth in 1845, a carpenter, of Adelaide Place, Bedminster, Somerset. In 1851, a carpenter, living at Mill Lane, Bedminster, with his wife Mary Ann and their children Thomas, Mary Ann, Ann, William, and Sarah. At his daughters' marriages in 1860 and 1866 (both posth.), a carpenter. [ref. 1n,1u,1bc,1bd,1dz,3a,3b]
              1. Thomas SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1836 at Cheltenham, m. 2 Jul 1877 at St. James, Bristol, m. reg. Q3 1877 at Bristol R.D., Sarah A. WOOD (b. ca. 1837 at Bristol, daughter of John WOOD). In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, an errand boy, living with his parents. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, a house carpenter, living at 10 Mill Street, Bedminster, with his "wife" Sarah (a laundress) and son William. At his marriage in 1877, a carpenter, of Horsefair, Bristol; Sarah was also of Horsefair. In 1881, an unemployed carpenter, living at 30 Herbert Street, Bedminster, with his wife Sarah. Immigrated to the United States ca. 1886, naturalized by 1900. In 1900, a house carpenter, living at 31 Lazelle Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, with his wife Sarah. Unemployed 8 months in 1899-1900. In 1910, living at 889 Scotten Avenue, Detroit, with his wife Sarah. [ref. 1n,1be,3a,3b,3d,3e,13c,13g]
                1. William Thomas SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1860 at Bedminster, b. reg. Q2 1860 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q1 1880 at Bedminster R.D., Eliza Jane WHITE (b. ca. 1858 at Bruton, Somerset, d. reg. Q4 1941 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1902 at Bristol R.D. (Where in 1861?) In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a police constable, lodging at York Buildings, 16 Queens Parade, Bristol, with his wife Eliza and their son Thomas. In 1891, a police constable, living at 10 Ambrose Road, Clifton, Gloucestershire, with his wife Eliza, their sons Thomas and Ernest, and a boarder (also a police constable). In 1901, a police constable, living at 10 Ambrose Road, Bristol, with his wife Eliza and their children Thomas, Sidney, and Samuel. In 1911, Eliza was a charwoman, living with her son William, together with her sons Sidney and Samuel. At her son's death in 1916, she was of 2 Ambra Vale, Clifton Wood, Bristol. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4h]
                  1. Thomas William SIRCOMBE, b. ca. Dec 1880 at Bristol St. Augustine or Clifton, b. reg. Q1 1881 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q1 1902 at Bristol R.D., Sarah CREECH (b. ca. 1881 at Bristol St. Philip, d. reg. Q2 1917 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1911 at Bristol R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a printer's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1911, a litho printer, living at 30 Ambrose Road, Clifton Wood, Bristol, with his wife Sara, their daughters Frances, Daisy, and Ivy, his mother, and his brothers Sidney and Samuel. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                    1. Frances Eliza E. SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Bedminster, b. reg. Q1 1903 at Bristol R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1924 at Bristol R.D., Reginald H. BLANDFORD, m2. reg. Q4 1939 at Bristol R.D., Frederick H. HEADINGTON. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                    2. Daisy Sameline SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1905 at Clifton, b. reg. Q3 1905 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q3 1928 at Bristol R.D., Arthur W.J. LEWIS. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. Cyril A. LEWIS, b. reg. Q2 1929 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n]
                    3. Ivy Elizabeth D. SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1907 at Clifton, b. reg. Q3 1907 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q1 1942 at Bristol R.D., Frederick J. GOODRIDGE. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3h]
                      1. David J. GOODRIDGE, b. reg. Q4 1943 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n]
                      2. Joan V. GOODRIDGE, b. reg. Q1 1947 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n]
                  2. Ernest Daniel SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Clifton, b. reg. Q4 1882 at Barton Regis R.D., d. reg. Q4 1898 at Barton Regis R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3f]
                  3. Sidney Charles SIRCOMBE, b. 17 May 1893 at Clifton, b. reg. Q2 1893 at Barton Regis R.D., m. reg. Q4 1919 at Bristol R.D., Ada W. LLOYD (b. ca. 1897, d. reg. Q3 1959 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1975 at Bristol R.D. In 1901, a schoolboy, living with his parents. In 1911 an engineer apprentice, living with his mother in his brother William's household. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
                  4. Samuel Wilfred SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1897 at Clifton, b. reg. Q1 1897 at Barton Regis R.D., d. 12 May 1916, bur. at Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Mont St. Eloi, Pas de Calais, France. In 1901, a schoolboy, living with his parents. In 1911, a litho printer's taking-off boy, living with his mother in his brother William's household. At his death in 1916, a private in the 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. [ref. 1n,3g,3h,4h]
              2. Mary Ann SIRCOMB, b. ca. 1838 at Bristol St. Paul, b. reg. Q4 1838 at Bristol R.D., m. 27 May 1860 at St. Phillip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. reg. Q2 1860 at Bristol R.D., William James BIDWELL (b. ca. 1840 at Banwell, Somerset, son of Isaac BIDWELL, a laborer). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1860, of New Street; William was a laborer, also of New Street, the witnesses were William MAPOWDER and Eliza DAVID. In 1861, living at Gas Lane, Bristol, with her husband William (a mason's laborer) and sister Elizabeth. [ref. 1n,1bc,3a,3b,3c]
              3. Ann "Nance" or "Annie" SIRCOMBE, b. ca. Mar 1841 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1841 at Bristol R.D., chr. 11 Apr 1841 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. 29 Jul 1866 at St. Matthias, Bristol, m. reg. Q3 1866 at Bristol R.D., Henry POVEY (b. ca. 1839 at Bedminster, son of Henry POVEY, a baker). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. (Where in 1861?) At her marriage in 1866, of Rope Walk; Henry was a rope maker, of The Weir; the witnesses were Robert BETTY and Sarah ELLIS. In 1871, an ironer, living at 3 New Margaret Place, Bedminster, with her husband Henry (a rope and twine spinner). In 1881, a laundress, living at 25 Garrison Street, Aston, Warwickshire, with her husband Henry (a rope and twine spinner) and an Irish lodger. [ref. 1n,1bc,1bd,3a,3b,3d,3e]
              4. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Bedminster, b. reg. Q1 1843 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q2 1893 at Plymouth R.D., Emma GULLETT (daughter of Thomas GULLETT, a stonemason, and Margaret; b. 9 Jan 1844 at Underwood, Plympton St. Mary, Devon, chr. 4 Feb 1844 at Plympton St. Mary, m1. 27 Nov 1864 at Sutton on Plym, Devon, m1. reg. Q4 1864 at Plymouth R.D., William THORN [b. ca. 1841 at Cullompton, Devon, perh. d. reg. Q1 1893 at Plymouth R.D.], d. reg. Q3 1924 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1909 at Plymouth R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a private in the Royal Marines, living at Millbay Barracks, Plymouth. When William THORN's daughter was baptized in 1865, he was a cab driver, of 2 Victoria Street, Plymouth. In 1871, Emma was living at 28 Kinterbury Street, Plymouth, with her first husband William THORN (a laborer) and their daughter Margaret. (Where was William SERCOMBE in 1871?) In 1881, an innkeeper, living at Cross Guns Yard, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, with his wife Emma and her daughter Emma. In 1891, a general laborer, living at 64 Commercial Street, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, with his wife Emma and her daughter Emma. In 1901, an army pensioner (left eye lost), living at 64 Cromwell Road, Plymouth, with his wife Emma (a laundress) and her daughter Emma. In 1911, Emma was living at 21 Clifton Street, Plymouth, with her daughter Emma. Note that although William and Emma reported themselves as married from at least 1881, their actual marriage was only in 1893. [ref. 1i,1n,1fa,1fb,3a,3b,3e,3f,3g,3h]
                1. (stepdaughter) Margaret Emma THORN or SERCOMBE, b. 11 Jul 1865 at Underwood, Plympton St. Mary, or at Plympton St. Maurice, b. reg. Q3 1865 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., chr. 2 Aug 1865 at Charles the Martyr, Plymouth. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1891 and 1901, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1911, living with her mother. Suffered a back infirmity from childhood. THORN in 1865 and 1871, then SERCOMBE in 1881, 1891, and 1901, then THORN again in 1911. [ref. 1i,1n,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              5. Charles SERCOMBE, b. 27 Mar 1845 at Adelaide Place, Bedminster, b. reg. Q2 1845 at Bedminster R.D., d. reg. Q2 1845 at Bedminster R.D. [ref. 1n,1dz]
              6. Sarah SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Bedminster, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Bedminster R.D., m. 26 Jul 1870 at Salem Baptist Chapel, Cheltenham, m. reg. Q3 1870 at Cheltenham R.D., William Henry Shipway HABGOOD. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, a house servant in the HASELTON household at 328 High Street, Cheltenham. The announcement of Sarah's marriage in the the Bristol Mercury called her "daughter of the late Mr. C. [sic] Sircombe, of Bedminster". [ref. 1n,3e,3f,6l,10c]
                1. Robert Patton HABGOOD, b. 21 May 1871 at Bellefonte, Center County, Pennsylvania, m. 3 Nov 1897 Daisy May HEFFNER (b. 17 Feb 1873, daughter of Samuel Dean HEFFNER and Mary Jane PEIGHTEL). [ref. 10c]
              7. (perhaps) Samuel SIRCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1849 at Bedminster R.D., d. reg. Q4 1850 at Bedminster R.D. [ref. 1n]
              8. Elizabeth SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1851 at Bedminster, b. reg. Q2 1851 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q2 1873 at Bedminster R.D., either Henry COGGIN(S) or George SAUNDERS. In 1861, living with her sister Mary Ann. (Where in 1871?) [ref. 1n,3c]
            4. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 27 Nov 1807 at Ilsington, d. 21 Feb 1827, bur. 25 Feb 1827 at Kenn. At his death in 1827, of Exeter. [ref. 1t,1u,4c]
        8. Robert SYRCOMBE, chr. 13 Oct 1724 at Dunsford. (For descendants, see Robert SERCOMBE.) [ref. 1v]
        9. Susanna SYRCOME, chr. 21 Jul 1747 at Dunsford, m. 19 May 1775 at Ipplepen, Devon, Robert EASTON. At his marriage in 1775, Robert was a shoemaker. [ref. 1v,1dh]
        10. William SERCOMBE, chr. 19 Aug 1750 at Dunsford, m. 19 Jul 1785 at Kingsteignton, Sarah WOTTON, bur. 5 Apr 1817 at Kingsteignton. According to settlement examinations at Kingsteignton in 1812 and 1816, William served an apprenticeship at Dunsford with John CUNNETT, then went to Hennock and worked for Thomas COX for three years, then went to Trusham to work for Francis STOOKE, then went to Kingsteignton and worked for James BALL by the week, then became ill and went to Hennock (perhaps to stay with his much older half-brother Samuel Viol SERCOMBE?), then returned to Kingsteignton and was married there. At his burial in 1817, he was of Bishopsteignton, Devon. [ref. 1dg,1v,21a]
          1. Elizabeth "Betty" SERCUMBE, b. ca. 1785 at Kingsteignton, chr. 7 Sep 1786 at Bovey Tracey, m. 25 Feb 1808 at Highweek, Devon, John RICHARDSON (b. ca. 1783 in Devon, d. by 1851). In 1841, living at Gappah, Kingsteignton, with her husband John (a cordwainer) and their daughter Caroline. In 1851, a school mistress, living at Kingsteignton with her daughter Elizabeth. In 1861, a retired school mistress, lodging in the VALLANCE household at Gestridge Road, Kingsteignton. [ref. 1a,1fe,3a,3b,3c]
            1. Thomas RICHARDSON, chr. 6 Nov 1808 at Kingsteignton. [ref. 1dg]
            2. Elizabeth RICHARDSON, b. ca. 1811 at Kingsteignton, chr. 9 Aug 1811 at Kingsteignton. In 1841, living in the SMALDRIDGE household at Fair Water Street, Kingsteignton. In 1851, a seamstress, living with her mother. [ref. 1dg,3a,3b]
            3. William RICHARDSON, chr. 14 Oct 1813 at Kingsteignton. [ref. 1dg]
            4. Caroline RICHARDSON, chr. 18 Apr 1819 at Kingsteignton. In 1841, living with her parents. [ref. 1dg,3a]
            5. George RICHARDSON, chr. 3 Jun 1821 at Kingsteignton. [ref. 1dg]
          2. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Nov 1791 at Kingsteignton, m. 11 Apr 1822 at Wolborough, Devon, John LAKE (b. ca. 1800 at Highweek, Devon), d. by 1851. At his daughter's baptism in 1823, John was journeyman tanner, of Newton Bushell, Highweek. At his sons' baptisms in 1825 and 1827, he was a laborer, of Newton Bushell. In 1841, living at Mill Lane, Highweek, with her husband John (a journeyman waggoner) and their sons Henry and John. In 1851, John was a journeyman tanner, living at Mill Lane, Highweek, with his son Henry and Henry's wife. Ancestor of researcher Audrey Fawn. [ref. 1dg,1fe,1ff,3a,3b]
            1. Maria LAKE, chr. 9 Feb 1823 at Highweek. [ref. 1fe]
            2. Henry LAKE, chr. 15 May 1825 at Highweek, m. Jane (b. ca. 1826 at Kingsteignton, Devon). In 1841, a journeyman tanner, living with his parents. In 1851, a brewer's laborer, living with his father, together with his wife Jane (a washerwoman). [ref. 1fe,3a,3b]
            3. John LAKE, chr. 22 Apr 1827 at Highweek. In 1841, a journeyman tanner, living with his parents. [ref. 1fe,3a]
        11. Alice SEIRCOMBE, chr. 9 Aug 1752 at Dunsford, m. 25 Feb 1783 by banns at Dunsford, William TAVENER. Nicholas TUCKETT witnessed the marriage in 1783. [ref. 1v]
      2. William SURCOMBE, chr. 25 May 1686 at Ashton, bur. 14 Mar 1713/4 at Ashton. [ref. 1aa]
    2. Mary SERCOMB, chr. 8 Dec 1642 at Ashton, bur. 19 Aug 1675 at Ashton. [ref. 1aa]
    3. George SIRCOMB, chr. 1 Dec 1644 at Ashton, m. 1 Sep 1668 at Dunsford, Ursula HILL (bur. 19 Aug 1722 at Tedburn St. Mary), bur. 24 Jun 1716 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1v,1aa,1aw]
      1. Elisabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 19 Aug 1669 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 7 Jun 1720 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      2. John SERCUMBE, chr. 13 Dec 1671 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      3. Matthew SERCUMBE, chr. 11 Jan 1675/6 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      4. Grace SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Sep 1678 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      5. Symon SERCOMBE, chr. 25 Oct 1681 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      6. Peter SERCOMB or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 16 Mar 1683/4 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 17 Feb 1712/3 at Bridford, Joan HOWARD (bur. 19 May 1745 at Christow), bur. 8 Jul 1745 at Christow. At their marriage in 1712/3, Peter and Joan were both of Christow. [ref. 1p,1aw,1ci]
        1. John SIRCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 5 Sep 1713 at Christow, m1. 9 Jan 1734/5 at Christow, after banns, Betty ROLLESTON (bur. 21 Dec 1742 at Bridford), m2. 13 Jul 1743 at Christow, after banns, Mary VITTLES, bur. 10 Jan 1764 at Hennock. At their marriage in 1734/5, John and Betty were both of Christow. At Betty's death in 1742, John was of Christow. At their marriage in 1743, John and Mary were both of Christow. At his death in 1764, John was of Christow. [ref. 1p,1q,1ci]
          1. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 2 Dec 1735 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
          2. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 15 Feb 1737/8 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
          3. Onesimus SOUTHCOMBE or SERCOME, chr. 6 May 1744 at Christow, m. 10 Sep 1769 at Bishopsteignton, Devon, Sarah JORDEN (bur. 29 Nov 1782 at Bishopsteignton). At his marriage in 1769, Onesimus was a laborer, of Bishopsteignton; Sarah was also of Bishopsteignton; Sarah EWEN was a witness at the marriage. Sarah was smothered to death by Onesimus, who was insane. She was buried by the parish as a pauper. [ref. 1ci,1cj]
          4. Kezia SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 14 Jan 1746/7 at Christow, m. 27 Feb 1775 at St. James, Taunton, Somerset, by license, John SPILLER. At her child's baptism in 1772, of Christow. At her marriage in 1775, of Taunton St. James; John was of Trull, Somerset; the witnesses were William JENNINGS and Richard GANNETT. [ref. 1ch,1ci,1cn]
            1. Mary Brockerton SURCOMBE, chr. 28 Jun 1767 at Christow. (Is this Mary SERCOMBE?) [ref. 1ci]
            2. SERCOMBE, a base child, chr. 1772 at St. Mary Magdalen, Taunton. [ref. 1cn]
          5. Sarah SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 17 Jun 1749 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
          6. Elias SOUTHCOMBE, b. 5 May 1752, chr. 24 May 1752 at Christow, bur. 23 Oct 1753 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
          7. Joanna SOUTHCOMBE, b. 17 Jul 1755, chr. 3 Aug 1755 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
          8. Elias SOUTHCOMBE or SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1760, chr. 28 Sep 1760 at Christow, m. 15 Jul 1788 at Christow, Joan or Joanna FLOOD (b. ca. 1756, bur. 22 Jan 1829 at Christow), bur. 28 Feb 1830 at Christow. At her death in 1829, Joanna was of Stratton, Christow. At his death in 1830, Elias was also of Stratton. [ref. 1ci]
            1. Elias SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1789 at Christow, chr. 23 Aug 1789 at Christow, m. 27 Apr 1812 at Christow, Elizabeth "Betty" TOZER (b. ca. 1789 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1875 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 25 Feb 1875 at Christow), d. reg. Q1 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 17 Feb 1879 at Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1817, a husbandman, of Stratton, Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1820, a husbandman, of Cot, Stratton. At his children's baptisms in 1823 and 1826, a laborer, of Stratton. At his son's burial later in 1826, of Stratton. At his son's baptism in 1831, a laborer, of Christow. At his son's baptism in 1834, a laborer, of Stratton. At his son's burial later in 1834, of Stratton. At his daughter's marriage in 1838, a husbandman. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at Stratton with his wife Elizabeth, their children Elizabeth and Samuel, John TOZER (an agricultural laborer, b. ca. 1790 in Devon, perhaps a brother in law), and Elizabeth STEVENS (b. ca. 1838 in Devon, perhaps a daughter of his daughter Mary). At his daughter's marriage in 1849, a laborer. At his daughter's marriage in 1850, a farm laborer. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Stratton with his wife Betty and their children Sarah and Samuel. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Stratton with his wife Elizabeth, their children Sarah, Elizabeth, and Samuel, Sarah's son William, and three of Elizabeth's children. In 1871, a laborer, living at Stratton with his wife Betty, their daughter Sarah, and their daughter Elizabeth's daughter Mary. At Betty's burial in 1875, she was of Christow. At Elias's burial in 1879, he was of Bridford. [ref. 1n,1w,1ci,1ck,3a,3b,3c,3d]
              1. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 2 Nov 1812 at Christow, m. 1 Jan 1838 at Cross Presbyterian Chapel, Moretonhampstead, m. reg. Q1 1838 at Newton Abbot R.D., John STEVENS (b. ca. 1811 at Moretonhampstead, son of John STEVENS, a husbandman). At her marriage in 1838, of Moretonhampstead; John was a journeyman tanner, also of Moretonhampstead; the witnesses were Edward SHORT and Sarah TAYLOR. In 1841, living at Fore Street, Plympton St. Maurice, Devon, with her husband John (a journeyman tanner) and their son Richard. In 1851, living at Fore Street, Plympton St. Maurice, with her husband John (a journeyman tanner) and their sons Richard and William. In 1861, living at 20 Fore Street, Plympton St. Maurice, with her husband John (a laboring tanner) and their children Richard, William, and Florence. [ref. 1n,1ci,1ck,3a,3b,3c]
                1. Richard STEVENS, b. ca. Aug 1840 at Plympton (St. Maurice?), b. reg. Q3 1840 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a cabinetmaker, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,3c]
                2. William STEVENS, b. ca. 1845 at Plympton (St. Maurice?), b. reg. Q4 1845 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a carpenter, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3b,3c]
                3. Florence STEVENS, b. ca. 1851 at Plympton (St. Maurice?), b. reg. Q3 1851 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
              2. Martha SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1817 at Christow, chr. 18 May 1817 at Christow, m. 5 Jun 1850 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1850 at Exeter R.D., William MOORE (b. ca. 1821 at Crediton, son of William MOORE, a farm laborer). In 1841, a servant in the AMERY household at Aller, Christow. At her marriage in 1850, a servant, of St. Mary Steps; William was a farm laborer, of Bridford; William CORIAM was a witness. In 1851, living at Dockham, Moretonhampstead, with her husband William (a farm laborer) and their son George. [ref. 1n,1w,1ci,3a,3b]
                1. George MOORE, b. ca. Dec 1850 at Moretonhampstead. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3b]
              3. Sarah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1820 at Christow, chr. 8 Oct 1820 at Christow, m. reg. Q2 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., Samuel RABJOHNS (d. by 1881), d. reg. Q2 1884 at St. Thomas R.D. (Where in 1841?) At her son's baptism in 1848, of Stratton. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a charwoman, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, housekeeper for her first cousin Elias SERCOMBE at Barne Cott, Christow. [ref. 1n,1ci,3b,3c,3d,3e]
                1. William Noble SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Christow, b. reg. Q3 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 17 Sep 1848 at Christow. In 1851, living with his mother and her parents (enumerated as William NOBLE, a visitor). In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother and her parents (enumerated as his mother's younger brother). [ref. 1n,1ci,3b,3c]
              4. Elias SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Aug 1823 at Christow, bur. 20 Jul 1826 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
              5. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1826 at Christow, chr. 9 Jul 1826 at Christow, m. 9 Jun 1849 at Christow, m. reg. Q2 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., James Hawkins LUSCOMBE (b. ca. 1825 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, son of George LUSCOMBE, a shoemaker, d. by 1861). In 1841, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1849, a dressmaker, of Christow; James was a carpenter, of Byteign; Joseph LUSCOMBE and Anna Maria SERCOMBE(?) witnessed the marriage. In 1851, lodging in the household of her parents, with her husband James (a carpenter). In 1861, a dressmaker, living with her parents together with her children George, Samuel, and Mary. [ref. 1n,1ci,3a,3b,3c]
                1. George LUSCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Bridford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother and her parents. [ref. 3c]
                2. Samuel LUSCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Ilsington. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother and her parents. [ref. 3c]
                3. Mary E. LUSCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1860 at Christow. In 1861, living with her mother and maternal grandparents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her mother's parents. [ref. 3c,3d]
              6. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1831 at Christow, chr. 18 Sep 1831 at Christow, m. (when and where?) Elizabeth HONEYWILL (b. 18 Jun 1821, chr. 26 Jul 1821 at Holcombe Burnell, daughter of Theophilus HONEYWILL and Elizabeth KELLEY, d. reg. Q1 1904 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1904 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1861, a lead miner, living with his parents. At his daughter's birth in 1864, a mine laborer, of Christow. In 1871, a lead miner, living at Stratton, Christow, with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Elizabeth. In 1881, a laborer, living at Quorndon Road, Barrow-upon-Soar, Leicestershire, with his wife Elizabeth. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at Stratton with his wife Elizabeth. In 1901, an agricultural laborer, living at Higher Town, Christow, with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Elizabeth. At his daughter's marriage in 1905 (posth.), a miner. [ref. 1n,1ci,1cq,1cr,3a,3b,3c,3d,3f,3g]
                1. Elizabeth Ann SERCOMBE, b. 29 Jul 1864 at Christow, b. reg. Q3 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Aug 1905 at Christow, m. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., John TICKLE (b. ca. 1862, son of Joseph TICKLE, a gardener). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a housemaid in the HENRY household at Main Street, Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire. In 1891, a cook in the TEW household at Gunfield, Dartmouth St. Petrox, Devon. In 1901, a cook, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1905, of Christow; John was a laborer, also of Christow; the witnesses were William Yeats LABOURER and James Wells PROWSE. [ref. 1n,1ci,1cq,3d,3e,3f,3g]
              7. John SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Sep 1834 at Christow, bur. 28 Sep 1834 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
            2. Mary SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1792 at Christow, chr. 23 Jan 1792 at Christow, m. 18 Apr 1816 at Christow, William HORE (b. ca. 1792 at Kingsteignton). In 1851, living at Stratton, Christow, with her husband William (a miner) and their daughter Susannah. [ref. 1ci,3b]
              1. Susannah HORE, b. ca. 1836 at Christow. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
            3. John SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 2 Jun 1794 at Christow, bur. 11 Dec 1795 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
            4. Samuel SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1796 at Christow, chr. 13 Nov 1796 at Christow, m. 11 Feb 1833 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, Ann HILL (b. ca. 1802 at Moretonhampstead, d. reg. Q3 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 13 Sep 1863 at Christow), d. reg. Q4 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 19 Nov 1872 at Christow. William HORE and Robert TREMLETT witnessed the marriage in 1833. At his sons' baptisms in 1834 and 1836, a husbandman. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at Lower Village, Christow, with his wife Ann and their sons Samuel and Elias. At his son's baptism later in 1841, a laborer, of Waterwell, Christow. In 1851, a farm laborer, living at Poor House, Christow, with his wife Ann and their sons Samuel and John. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Hamlyn's Cott, Christow, with his wife Ann and their sons Samuel, Elias, and John. At Ann's death in 1863, she was of Christow. In 1871, a laborer, living at Dry Lane Cottage, Christow, with his son Elias. At his death in 1872, of Upper Town, Christow; he was found dead in bed, and a coroner's inquest was held. [ref. 1n,1ci,1cl,3a,3b,3c,3d]
              1. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1834 at Moretonhampstead or Christow, chr. 26 Jan 1834 at Moretonhampstead, m. 10 Aug 1862 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1862 at Exeter R.D., Mary Ann CROSS (b. ca. 1834 at Christow, daughter of John CROSS, a laborer). In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a farm laborer, living with his parents. In 1861, a mine laborer, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1862, a miner, of Tudor Street; Mary was also of Tudor Street; the witnesses were Ann GIBBONS and Louisa MOORE. In 1871, a mine laborer, living at Bennah Cottage, Christow, with his wife Mary and their children John, Henry, and Samuel. Perhaps subsequently known as Samuel HILL (his mother's maiden name). See sidebar[ref. 1n,1ai,1cl,3a,3b,3c,3d]
                1. John Fleetwood SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Christow, b. reg. Q4 1862 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. Perhaps subsequently known as John HILL. See sidebar[ref. 1n,3d]
                2. Henry Edward Albert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Christow, b. reg. Q3 1865 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. Perhaps subsequently known as Edward HILL. See sidebar[ref. 1n,3d]
                3. Samuel Thomas or Thomas Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1868 at Christow, b. reg. Q4 1868 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. Perhaps subsequently known as Thomas HILL. See sidebar[ref. 1n,3d]
              2. Elias SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1836 at Christow or Moretonhampstead, chr. 9 Oct 1836 at Moretonhampstead. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a house servant in the ADDEMS household at Clampitt, Christow. In 1861, a mine laborer, living with his parents. In 1871, a laborer, living with his father. In 1881, a labourer, living at Barne Cott, Christow, with his housekeeper and first cousin Sarah (SERCOMBE) RABJOHNS[ref. 1cl,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
              3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1841 at Christow, b. reg. Q4 1841 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 7 Nov 1841 at Christow, d. reg. Q3 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 24 Jul 1876 at Christow. In 1851, at home, living with his parents. In 1861, a mine laborer, living with his parents. (Where in 1871?) At his death in 1876, of Christow. [ref. 1n,1ci,3b,3c]
            5. John SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Feb 1800 at Christow, m. 20 Mar 1832 at Christow, Susan MILLER (b. ca. 1799 at Hennock, d. reg. Q1 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 2 Mar 1873 at Christow), d. reg. Q4 1850 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 21 Nov 1850 at Christow. At his children's baptisms and burials in 1832, 1834, and 1836, a laborer, of Wood or Woodcot, Christow. At his son's baptism in 1840, a laborer, of Teign Cottages, Christow. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at New Road, Christow, with his wife Susan and their children Elizabeth, George, and William. At his daughter's baptism in 1843, a laborer, of Teign Cottages, Christow. At his death in 1850, of Teign Cottages, Christow. In 1851, Susan was a pauper, living at New Road, Christow, with her children Elizabeth, George, William, and Mary and a lodger. At his daughter's marriage in 1853 (posth.), a husbandman. In 1861, Susan was a pauper, living at Teign Terrace, Christow, with her daughters Mary and Elizabeth and Elizabeth's children William, Eliza, Thomas, Joseph, and Emma. In 1871, she was a charwoman, living in the household of her daughter Elizabeth. At her death in 1873, she was of Teign Terrace. [ref. 1n,1ai,1ci,3a,3b,3c,3d]
              1. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Jul 1832 at Christow, bur. 9 Nov 1834 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
              2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Nov 1834 at Christow, m. 3 Oct 1853 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1853 at Exeter R.D., John REED (b. ca. 1828 at Dunsford, son of John REED, a nurseryman). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, working at a mine, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1853, of Bonhay; John was a miner, also of Bonhay; the witnesses were Mary Ann SERCOMBE (perhaps her younger sister Mary?) and Joseph REED. In 1861, living with her mother together with her children William, Eliza, Thomas, Joseph, and Emma; John was a lead miner but was not enumerated with Elizabeth on census night. In 1871, living at Teign House, Christow, with her husband John (a lead miner), their children William, Thomas, Joseph, Emma, Charles, Mary, Fredrick, and Alice, and her mother. [ref. 1n,1ai,1ci,3a,3b,3c,3d]
                1. William H. REED, b. ca. 1853 at Christow. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother and grandmother. In 1871, a lead miner, living with his parents. [ref. 3c,3d]
                2. Eliza REED, b. ca. 1855 at Christow. In 1861, a scholar, living with her mother and grandmother. [ref. 3c]
                3. Thomas REED, b. ca. 1856 at Christow. In 1861, living with his mother and grandmother. In 1871, a lead miner, living with his parents. [ref. 3c,3d]
                4. Joseph REED, b. ca. 1859 at Christow. In 1861, living with his mother and grandmother. In 1871, a lead miner, living with his parents. [ref. 3c,3d]
                5. Emma REED, b. ca. Jan 1861 at Christow. In 1861, living with her mother and grandmother. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 3d]
                6. Charles REED, b. ca. 1863 at Christow, d. 1939 at Hampton, Victoria. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 1bj,3d]
                7. Mary REED, b. ca. 1865 at Christow. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 3d]
                8. Fredrick REED, b. ca. 1867 at Christow. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. Ancestor of researcher Mandy Chick. [ref. 3d]
                9. Alice REED, b. ca. May 1870 at Christow. In 1871, living with her parents. [ref. 3d]
              3. George SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Dec 1836 at Christow. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, working at a mine, living with his mother. [ref. 1ci,3a,3b]
              4. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1840 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1840 at St Thomas R.D., chr. 19 Jan 1840 at Christow, m. reg. Q3 1865 at Newton Abbot R.D., Mary McHARDY (b. ca. 1837 at Teignmouth, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1913 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1917 at Plymouth R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, working at a mine, living with his mother. In 1861, a footman in the household of Viscount Exmouth, 29 Montague Square, Marylebone, London. In 1871, a footman in the GRIGG household at 14 Ham Street, Plymouth; Mary was living with her parents at 6 Wellington Street, East Teignmouth. In 1881, Mary was living in the household of her parents at 65 Gibbons Street, Plymouth (where was William?). In 1891, a general waiter, living at 12 Green Street, Plymouth, with his wife Mary. In 1901, a waiter, living at 15 Chaddlewood Avenue, Plymouth, with his wife Mary. In 1911, Mary was living at 15 Chaddleweood Avenue, Plymouth, with a family of three boarders; William was a waiter in the WILLIAMS household (together with 18 other servants) at Caerhays, Gorran, Cornwall. [ref. 1n,1ci,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              5. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 8 Jan 1843 at Christow. In 1851, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1861, working at a lead mine, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,1ci,3b,3c]
          9. Peter SURCOMBE, chr. 22 May 1763 at Christow, bur. 30 Apr 1772 at Christow. [ref. 1ci]
      7. Robert SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Mar 1683/4 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. Anne (bur. 6 Mar 1748/9 at Tedburn St. Mary), bur. 27 May 1750 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
        1. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Feb 1718/9 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 19 Oct 1747 at Tedburn St. Mary, George POOKE. At her marriage in 1747, of Cheriton Bishop. [ref. 1aw]
        2. Anne SERCOMB, chr. 25 Aug 1720 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 10 Jul 1751 at Tedburn St. Mary, Peter COZENS junior. [ref. 1aw]
        3. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 31 May 1722 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
        4. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Sep 1724 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1734, apprenticed to John TRIGGS, cordwainer, by the overseers of the poor of the parish of Tedburn St. Mary. (Is this Samuel SERCOMBE?) [ref. 1aw,17d]
        5. Sarah SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMB, chr. 23 Nov 1727 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 30 Sep 1752 at Whitestone, Devon, John WESTCOTT. Ancestor of researcher Jan Kingshott. [ref. 1aw,1cm]
        6. Simon SERCOMBE, chr. 21 Feb 1730/1 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 24 Feb 1730/1 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
        7. Joseph SERCOMBE, chr. 2 Mar 1731/2 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 23 Apr 1742 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
      8. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 13 Dec 1687 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 24 Sep 1717 at Tedburn St. Mary, John BELWORTHY. [ref. 1aw]
      9. George SERCOMBE, chr. 9 Apr 1690 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
    4. Matthew SERCOMB, chr. 17 Jan 1646/7 at Ashton, bur. 28 Aug 1675 at Ashton. [ref. 1aa]
    5. Anne SERCOMB, chr. 1 Apr 1649 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 8 Sep 1675 at Ashton. [ref. 1aa,1aw]
    6. William SIRCOMBE, chr. 29 Feb 1651/2 at Tedburn St. Mary. (Is this William SERCOMBE?) [ref. 1aw]
    7. Eamay SOUTHCOMB, chr. 28 Nov 1654 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
    8. Agnis SERCOMBE, b. 2 Mar 1656/7, chr. Mar 1656/7 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 6 Apr 1659 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
  5. Mary SOUTHCUMBE, chr. 11 Jul 1613 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 26 Jun 1659 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
    1. Annis SOUTHCUMBE, chr. 28 Jan 1634/5 at Tedburn St. Mary, bur. 5 Feb 1634/5 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
  6. George SOUTHCUMB, chr. 19 May 1616 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]
  7. A son, stillborn, bur. 25 Jul 1619 at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aw]

Descendants of John Sircome of Bristol

John SIRCOME, b. est. 1703, m1. 16 Feb 1728 at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Sarah PYNE (daughter of Richard PYNE, a porter in Bristol, m1. GRIMES), m2. 14 Feb 1741 at St. Mary Redcliffe, Elizabeth TYLEY. On 9 Oct 1739, admitted as a burgess of Bristol by virtue of his marriage to Sarah, whose father was a burgess; he paid a fee of 4/6. At his admission as burgess in 1739 and at his son's apprenticeship in 1750, a clothworker in Bristol. [ref. 1bk,17b,17c]
  1. Richard SIRCOM, b. est. 1736, m1. 6 Apr 1760 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, after banns, Sisley HARTREE, m2. 11 Aug 1763 at St. James, Bristol, after banns, Elizabeth WILLCOX (d. by 1793), m3. 17 Jan 1793 at St. Mary's Chapel, Walcot, Somerset, by license, Charlotte Elizabeth LEE, d. Jan 1807. On 4 Aug 1750, Richard was apprenticed to Joseph AUSTIN, a Bristol dyer, and his wife Elizabeth, for seven years; the fee of £8 was paid as the gift of Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, a boarding school and charitable institution (not actually a hospital). At their marriage in 1760, Richard and Sisley were of Bristol St. Philip and St. Jacob. On 1 Mar 1762, Richard was admitted as a burgess of Bristol by virtue of his apprenticeship; he paid a fee of 4/6. At his second marriage in 1763, he was of Castle Precincts, Bristol; Elizabeth was of Bristol St. James. Between 1771 and 1788, six men were admitted as burgesses of Bristol by virtue of having served apprenticeships under Richard; these six men were turners (not dyers). In Sketchley's directory for 1775, Richard was listed as an ivory turner at 33 Castle Street, Bristol. In Browne's directory for 1785, he was listed as a turner of hard wood and ivory at Old Market, Bristol. A directory for 1787 listed his looking glass warehouse at Old Market. In the Universal British Directory for 1791 and Reed's directory for 1792, he was listed as a cabinetmaker at Old Market. At his marriage in 1793, he was of Bristol St. Philip and St. Jacob; Charlotte was of Walcot. In Matthews's directories for 1795, 1797, 1798, and 1799, listed as a looking glass maker at Old Market. The bankruptcy of "R. Sircom, Bristol, looking-glass-manufacturer" was announced in The Times on 7 Jul 1800. At Richard's death in 1807, The Gentleman's Magazine called him "Mr. Richard Sircom, who many years carried on the looking-glass manufactory in the Old Market, Bristol." [ref. 1bc,1be,1bu,6b4,6d3,8q,8r,8s,8t,8u,8v,8w,8x,8y,17b,17c]
    1. Mary Wilcox SIRCOM, b. 29 Dec 1762(?), chr. 23 Mar 1770 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol. [ref. 1bc]
    2. Ann CIRCOM, chr. 22 Jul 1764 at St. Peter, Bristol. [ref. 1bs]
    3. Sarah SIRCOM, b. ca. Jun 1766, chr. 23 Mar 1770 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. 12 Jul 1792 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, Henry WILKINS. [ref. 1bc]
    4. John Wilcox SIRCOM, chr. 23 Mar 1770 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. 6 Mar 1791 at St. James, Bristol, by licence, Betsy Hopkins HENDERSON. At his marriage in 1791, a carver and gilder, of Bristol St. Philip and St. Jacob; Betsy was of Bristol St. James. In Matthews's directories for 1795, 1797, and 1798, listed as a cabinetmaker at Alfred Place, Bristol. At his son's apprenticeship in 1813, a looking glass manufacturer. [ref. 1bc,1be,8u,8v,8w,17b]
      1. John SIRCOM, b. ca. 1792 at Kingsdown, Bristol, Gloucestershire, chr. 10 Jun 1792 at St. James, Bristol, m. 10 Sep 1811 at St. John, Bedminster, Somerset, after banns, Jane Freeman LEWIS (see box at right), d. reg. Q3 1873 at Clifton R.D. At their marriage in 1811, John and Jane were both of Bedminster St. John. At his son John's baptism in 1813, a schoolmaster, of Hillgrove Street. At his son Edwin's baptism in 1815, a schoolmaster, of Bristol St. James. In Pigot's directory for 1830, listed as a teacher of mathematics at 2 Dove Street, Bristol. At the marriage of his son Stephen in Jan 1836, a mathematician. At the baptism of his children Henry, Catharine, Louisa, Clara, and Stephen in Nov 1836, a private teacher, of Sussex Place. In 1841, a teacher, living at Sussex Place, Bristol, with his wife Jane and their children Edwin, Jane, Henry, Catharine, Louisa, Clara, and Stephen. At his son Edwin's marriage in 1842, a private teacher. In Pigot's directory for 1844, listed as a professor of mathematics at 9 Sussex Place, Ashley Road, Bristol. At his son Henry's marriage in 1849, a mathematics teacher. In 1851, a private teacher, living at 18 Sussex Place, Bristol, with his wife Jane and their children Emily, Louisa, Clara, and Stephen. At his daughter Catharine's marriage in 1860, a mathematical teacher. In 1861, a teacher of mathematics, living at 13 Hillgrove Street, Bristol, with his wife Jane and a lodger. At his daughter Louisa's marriage in 1867, a private tutor. In 1871, a private teacher, living at 21 Hillgrove Street, Bristol, with his wife Jane. In 1881, Jane was an annuitant, living with her son Richard. [ref. 1n,1bb,1bc,1be,1bf,1bg,1bi,1bo,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,8b,8c]
        1. John SIRCOM, b. ca. 1812 at Bristol, chr. 3 Jan 1813 at Temple, Bristol, m. 13 Sep 1834 at St. Augustine, Bristol, after banns, Louisa KINGSBURY (b. ca. 1811 at Bristol), d. 12 Nov 1894 at St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. At their marriage in 1834, John and Louisa were both of Bristol St. Augustine. At his daughter Maria's baptism in 1837, a private teacher, of Upper Culver Street. In 1841, a private tutor, living at Westendtown, Brislington, Somerset, with his wife Louisa, their children Maria, John, and Louisa, his wife's mother, and two female servants. By 1842, John was running Church Hill House Academy, a boarding school "for sons of gentlemen" in Brislington. In 1851, he was a school master, living at Church Hill, Brislington, with his wife Louisa, their children Maria, John, Louisa, Sarah, Augusta, Emily, George, and Adelaide, his wife's mother, two servants, and five pupils. John emigrated to Australia with his son John, arriving in Victoria in Feb 1853 aboard the ship Clara Symes. At his son John's university matriculation in 1855, master of the Church of England School, Howard Street, North Melbourne, Victoria. (What happened to Louisa after 1851?) When John's will was proved on 19 Dec 1894, he was described as a gentleman, of St. Kilda. [ref. 1bh,1bi,1bj,2i,3a,3b,10d,11a,15b]
          1. Maria Clayfield SIRCOM, b. 3 Sep 1837 at Bristol, chr. 26 Sep 1837 at St. Augustine, Bristol, m. 1868 in Victoria, Edward KING (b. at Bristol, m1. 1837 Eugenie THISDON), d. 1930 at Lilydale, Victoria. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with her parents. Maria followed her father to Australia with her sisters Louisa, Sarah, Augusta, Emily, Adelaide, and Ellen and their brother George, arriving in Victoria in Nov 1855 aboard the ship Rajah of Sarawak. Ancestor of researcher Mark Cosham. [ref. 1bh,1bj,3a,3b,11a]
            1. George Oscar Julian KING, b. 1869 at South Yarra, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            2. Arthur Sircom KING, b. 1871 at Melbourne, d. 1892 at Tally Ho, Victoria. An inquest ruled his death a suicide. [ref. 1bj]
          2. John SIRCOM, b. 9 Jun 1839 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1839 at Bristol R.D., m. 1867 in Victoria, Catherine Alice VERNON (b. ca. 1846 in Monmouthshire, daughter of Thomas Sherwood VERNON and Catherine PRICE, d. 1933 at Ripponlea, Victoria), d. 25 Oct 1886 in Queensland. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with his parents. Emigrated to Australia with his father in 1853. Matriculated at the University of Melbourne, 13 Apr 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,1ex,3a,3b,11a,15b]
            1. Adelaide Edith SIRCOM, b. ca. 1870, d. 1950 at Black Rock, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            2. Kate Alice Mabel or Mabel Catherine SIRCOM, b. 1870 at Daylesford, Victoria, m. 1898 in Victoria, Hubert Penrose NEVINS (b. at Iredale, Victoria), d. 1962 at St. Kilda, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              1. Vernon Penrose NEVINS, b. 1901 at St. Kilda, d. 1935 at Elsternwick, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              2. Hugh NEVINS, b. 1906 at Malvern, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              3. Kathleen NEVINS, b. 1906 at Malvern. [ref. 1bj]
            3. John Vernon SIRCOM, b. 1872 at Daylesford, d. 1872 in Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            4. Daisy Isabella Nina SIRCOM, b. 1874 at Daylesford, d. 1957 at St. Kilda. [ref. 1bj]
            5. Violet Esteele Mary SIRCOM, b. 1874 at Daylesford. [ref. 1bj]
            6. Hardwick Vernon or Vernon Hardwick SIRCOM, b. 1878 in New Zealand, m1. 1912 in Victoria, Constance Roberta or Roberta Constance HAYNES (b. ca. 1882 at Ballarat, Victoria, d. 11 Nov 1916 at Kew, Victoria, daughter of Robert HAYNES and Mary Lander WATSON), m2. 1919 in Victoria, Jessie Tracy RICHARDSON (b. ca. 1887, d. 1965 at Caulfield, Victoria, daughter of Henry RICHARDSON and Lorrisa JOSEPH), d. 1958 at Caulfield. On 3 Jul 1917, when an administrator was appointed for Constance's estate, her residence was given as Canterbury, Victoria. [ref. 1ap,1bj,2i]
              1. Donald SIRCOM, b. 1919 or after, d. 1928 at Melbourne South, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
          3. Louisa Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. ca. 1840 at Brislington, b. reg. Q4 1840 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. 1864 in Victoria, Peter GORDEN or GORDON, d. 1906 at St. Kilda. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar at home, living with her parents. Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,3a,3b,11a]
          4. Sarah Jane SIRCOM, b. ca. 1842 at Brislington, b. reg. Q3 1842 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. 1890 in Victoria, James CUMMING (b. at Edinburgh), d. 1925 at St. Kilda. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,3b,11a]
          5. Augusta Mary SIRCOM, b. ca. 1844 at Brislington, b. reg. Q2 1844 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. 1867 in Victoria, Edmund Charles BUTLER (b. at Newstead). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,3b,11a]
            1. Louisa Maude BUTLER, b. ca. 1869, d. 1916 at Brighton, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            2. Reginald Sircom BUTLER, b. ca. 1874 in Victoria, m. 1898 in Victoria, Anna or Annie Louisa SEXTON (b. at Kensington, Victoria), d. 1969 at Chelsea, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              1. Edmond Herbert or Herbert Edmond BUTLER, b. 1899 at Port Melbourne, Victoria, d. 1899 at Port Melbourne. [ref. 1bj]
              2. Harold Reginald BUTLER, b. 1903 at Melbourne South, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              3. Margaret Alma BUTLER, b. 1905 at Melbourne South. [ref. 1bj]
              4. Percy Vivian BUTLER, b. 1907 at Melbourne South. [ref. 1bj]
            3. Archibald BUTLER, b. ca. 1879, d. 1951 at Ferntree Gully, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            4. Edmund Charles BUTLER, b. ca. 1882, m. Elsie Gerte HUNT, d. 1945 at Dandenong, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
              1. Nancy Sircom BUTLER, b. 1915 at Numurkah, Victoria, m. 1939 in Victoria, Cecil Maurice GIERSCH. [ref. 1bj]
            5. Ruby BUTLER, b. ca. 1885, m. ROBERTS, d. 1955 at Bundoora, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            6. Adelaide Edith Ellinor BUTLER. Ancestor of researcher Derek Challis. [ref. 9g]
            7. Five other children. [ref. 9g]
          6. Emily Kingsbury SIRCOM, b. ca. 1846 at Brislington, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. 1879 in Victoria, John Henry JESSUP (b. at Norwich), d. 1925 at St. Kilda, Victoria. In 1851, living with her parents. Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,3b,11a]
            1. Emily Sarah JESSUP, b. 1880 at Clunes, Victoria, m. HUGHES, d. 1959 at Southbank, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            2. Florence Winifred JESSUP, b. 1881 at Clunes, d. 1959 at Canterbury, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            3. Isabel Maude JESSUP, b. 1882 at Clunes. [ref. 1bj]
            4. Mabel Constance JESSUP, b. ca. 1884, d. 1899 at Talbot, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
            5. Adelaide Eliza JESSUP, b. 1886 at Talbot, d. 1924 at St. Kilda. [ref. 1bj]
            6. John Sircom JESSUP, b. 1888 at Talbot, m. Winifred Mary KENT. [ref. 1bj]
              1. Frederick Arthur JESSUP, b. 1920 at Talbot. [ref. 1bj]
            7. Lucy Gladys JESSUP, b. 1889 at Talbot-Amherst, Victoria. [ref. 1bj]
          7. George Kingsbury SIRCOM, b. ca. 1848 at Brislington, b. reg. Q1 1848 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. 1874 in Victoria, Hannah "Annie" GILBERT (b. at Launceston, d. 9 Jun 1899 in Balmain South district, New South Wales, daughter of William and Margaretta), d. 1926 in Wagga Wagga district, New South Wales. In 1851, living with his parents. Emigrated to Australia with his sisters in 1855. An administrator for Hannah's estate was appointed in Victoria on 11 Feb 1927, even though her residence was given as New South Wales and more than 27 years after her death (presumably because of George's death the previous year). [ref. 1n,1o,1bj,2i,3b,11a]
            1. May Kingsbury SIRCOM, b. 1875 at Prahran, Victoria, m. 1897 in Burwood district, New South Wales, Christopher LITTLE. [ref. 1o,1bj]
            2. Winifred Louisa SIRCOM, b. 1877 at Prahran, d. 18 Aug 1920 in Wagga Wagga district. An administrator for Winifred's estate was appointed in Victoria on 22 Feb 1922, even though her residence was given as New South Wales. [ref. 1o,1bj,2i]
            3. George Gilbert SIRCOM, b. 1879 in Woollahra district, New South Wales, d. 1888 in Canterbury district, New South Wales. [ref. 1o]
            4. Rhoda Moore SIRCOM, b. 1882 in Woollahra district, m. 1912 in Victoria, Walt Slade HARDY (b. in New South Wales). [ref. 1o,1bj]
          8. Adelaide Edith SIRCOM, b. ca. 1849 at Brislington, b. reg. Q4 1849 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), d. 1892 at St. Kilda. In 1851, living with her parents. Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,3b,11a]
          9. Ellen Anna SIRCOM, b. reg. Q2 1853 at Bedminster R.D., m. 1876 in Victoria, Erasmus Robert FOSTER (b. at London). Emigrated to Australia with her sisters in 1855. [ref. 1n,1bj,11a]
        2. Edwin Hobhouse SIRCOM, b. ca. 1814 at Bristol St. James, chr. 19 Mar 1815 at St. James, Bristol, m. 5 Apr 1842 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. reg. Q2 1842 at Bristol, Ann FORD (b. ca. 1816 at Henbury, Gloucestershire, d. reg. Q4 1895 at Ormskirk R.D., daughter of James Groom FORD, a smith), d. reg. Q4 1893 at Clitheroe R.D. In 1841, a professor of music, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1842, an organist, of Sussex Place, Bristol. In 1851, a professor of music, living at Westendtown, Brislington, Somerset, with his wife Ann, their children Sebastian, Emily, and Agnes, and two servants. In 1861, a professor of music, living at Dash Woodhouse, Aighton, Lancashire, with his wife Ann, their children Fanny, Agnes, and Louis, and a house servant. In 1871, a teacher of music, living at Sherburne House, Aighton, with his wife Ann, their daughter Agnes, and a general servant. In 1881, an organist and music teacher, living at Fairfield, Aighton, with his wife Ann, their daughter Emily, and a servant. In 1891, a music teacher, living at Fairfield, Aighton, with his wife Ann and their daughter Emily. [ref. 1n,1bb,1be,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f]
          1. Sebastian Ford SIRCOM, b. ca. 1844 at Knowle, Bedminster, b. reg. Q1 1844 at Bedminster R.D., d. reg. Q1 1934 at St. Asaph R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, pupil at Stonyhurst College, Aighton. In 1871, a church student, not yet in orders, studying at Stonyhurst College together with his brother William. In 1881, a Roman Catholic priest and professor of science at Stonyhurst College. In 1891, a Roman Catholic priest and professor of mathematics, teaching at Stonyhurst College. In 1901, a Roman Catholic priest and professor at Stonyhurst College. In 1911, a schoolmaster at St. Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool. [ref. 1n,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h]
          2. (probably) Edwin SIRCOM, b. reg. Q4 1845 at Clifton R.D., d. reg. Q4 1848 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n]
          3. Emily Fanny or Emily Frances or Frances Emily SIRCOM, b. 4 Feb 1848 at Bristol St. Paul, b. reg. Q1 1848 at Bristol R.D., chr. 12 Apr 1853 at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, d. reg. Q4 1942 at Bucklow R.D. In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a boarding scholar at the Convent de Notre Dame, Blackburn, Lancashire. In 1881, a teacher of music, drawing, and painting, living with her parents. In 1891 an artist (all branches), living with her parents. In 1901, a music teacher, boarding at 23 Manning Road, Southport, Lancashire. [ref. 1n,1bk,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g]
          4. Agnes Maria SIRCOM, b. 11 Mar 1851 at West Town, Brislington, chr. 12 Apr 1853 at St. Mary Redcliffe, d. reg. Q4 1932 at Liverpool R.D., bur. 28 Nov 1932 at Ford Roman Catholic Cemetery, Liverpool. In 1851, 1861, and 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a religious in the Order of the Good Shepherd, living at the Convent Refuge Reformatory School, Toll Cross, Shettleston, Lanarkshire. (Where in 1891 and 1901?) In 1911, a sister in the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Eton Lodge, Wavertree, Liverpool. At her death in 1932, of the Good Shepherd Convent, Wavertree. [ref. 1n,1bk,1er,3b,3c,3d,3e,3h]
          5. Felix Mendelssohn SIRCOM, b. 1 Nov 1851, b. reg. Q4 1851 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), chr. 12 Apr 1853 at St. Mary Redcliffe, d. reg. Q2 1854 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n,1bk]
          6. George Henry SIRCOM, b. 15 Mar 1853, b. reg. Q2 1853 at Bristol R.D., chr. 12 Apr 1853 at St. Mary Redcliffe, d. reg. Q1 1854 at Bristol R.D. [ref. 1n,1bk]
          7. William Louis Crossman or Louis William Crossman SIRCOM, b. ca. 1855 at Brislington, b. reg. Q4 1855 at Keynsham R.D. (Keynsham subdistrict), m. reg. Q4 1894 at South Shields R.D., Rose LYNAM (b. ca. 1864 at Dublin, Ireland, d. reg. Q3 1914 at Coventry R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1942 at Alcester R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, student at Stonyhurst College, together with his brother Sebastian. In 1881, a mechanic's draughtsman, lodging in the THROUP household at 9 Leylands Lane, Keighley, Yorkshire. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, an engineer's draughtsman, living at 151 Noel Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, with his wife Rose and their daughters Agnes, Winifred, and May. In 1911, a machine tool draughtsman, living at 23 Kingsway, Coventry, Warwickshire, with his wife Rose and their daughters Agnes, Winifred, and Mary. In Spennel's directory for 1912-1913, a draughtsman, at 23 Kingsway, Coventry. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3g,3h,8m]
            1. Agnes Mary SIRCOM, b. 21 Mar 1896 at Liverpool, Lancashire, b. reg. Q2 1896 at West Derby R.D., chr. 27 Mar 1896 at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Liverpool, d. reg. Q1 1967 at Coventry R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1eq,3g,3h]
            2. Winifred Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. ca. 1898 at Crewe, Cheshire, b. reg. Q4 1898 at Nantwich R.D. (Crewe subdistrict), chr. 6 Nov 1898 at St. Mary (Roman Catholic), Crewe, m. reg. Q3 1923 at Coventry R.D., James GIBNEY. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,1dm,3g,3h]
              1. Gerard William GIBNEY, b. 3 Apr 1926, b. reg. Q2 1926 at Coventry R.D., d. reg. Apr 1985 at Coventry R.D. [ref. 1n]
            3. Mary Frances SIRCOM, b. 7 Sep 1900 at Nottingham, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Nottingham R.D., d. reg. Nov 1991 at Coventry R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g,3h]
        3. Richard SIRCOM, b. ca. 1816 at Bristol, d. reg. Q1 1882 at Barton Regis R.D. In 1841, a chemist's shopman in the BUTLER household at Old Market Street, Bristol. In 1851, an assistant druggist in the BUTLER household at Old Market Street, Bristol. In 1861, a chemist employing one boy, living at 28 Old Market Street, Bristol, with his sister Emily and a servant. In 1871, a pharmaceutical chemist, living at 28 West Market Street, Bristol, with his sister Emily, his niece and nephew Emily and George HEAD (children of his sister Catharine), a servant, and a lodger. In 1881, a retired chemist and druggist, living at Freeman Villa, 10 Kingsley Road, Westbury on Trym, Gloucestershire, with his mother Jane, his sister Emily, his niece Jane (daughter of his brother Henry), and his mother's sister Sarah. [ref. 1n,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
        4. Emily SIRCOM, b. ca. 1819 at Bristol Redcliffe, m. 7 Oct 1886 at Whitefield Congregational Church, Bristol, m. reg. Q4 1886 at Barton Regis R.D., John DANGERFIELD (b. ca. 1817). In 1841, governess for the HOUSE family at Pritchard Street, Bristol. Witness at her brother Edwin's marriage in 1842. In 1851, a school mistress, living with her parents. In 1861, housekeeper for her brother Richard. In 1871 and 1881, living with her brother Richard. [ref. 1n,1bb,1bl,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
        5. Jane SIRCOM, b. ca. 1820 at Bristol St. Augustine, d. reg. Q3 1865 at Marylebone R.D., bur. 7 Sep 1865 at All Saints Cemetery, Kensal Green, Middlesex. In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, an assistant in the household of her mother's sister Emily and Emily's husband William BIGGS (an upholsterer) at 28a Edgware Road, Marylebone. In 1861, living with her mother's sister Clara at 15 Park Place, Paddington, London, together with her sister Louisa. At her death in 1865, of 214 Oxford Street, Marylebone (her sister Louisa's address in 1871 and 1881). [ref. 1n,1bv,1ez,3a,3b,3c]
        6. Henry SIRCOM, b. 7 Mar 1826 at Bristol, chr. 2 Nov 1836 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. 23 Jun 1849 at St. Phillip and St. Jacob, Bristol, m. reg. Q2 1849 at Bristol R.D., Jane Elizabeth FURZE (b. ca. 1827 at Batcombe [or Butcombe or Balcombe or Westcombe], Somerset, d. reg. Q1 1911 at Bradford upon Avon R.D., daughter of Joseph FURZE, a surgeon and apothecary, and Elizabeth), d. reg. Q3 1902 at Bradford upon Avon R.D. In 1841, an accountant, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1849, a gentleman. In 1851, an accountant, living at 2 Narrow Plain, Bristol, with his wife Jane, their son Henry, and a servant; his wife's parents and siblings were living in the same building. In 1861, a merchant clerk, living at 2 Northside, Bristol, next door to his wife's parents, with his wife Jane, their children Jane, Francis, and Ellen, and a servant. In 1871, a manager to a brewery, living at 15 Brighton Street, Bristol, with his wife Jane, their children Francis and Ellen, and Jane's mother. In 1881, a brewer, living at 171 Mottram Road, Stayley, Cheshire, with his wife Jane and their daughter Ellen. At his daughter Jane's marriage in 1882, of Bardsley Gate, Cheshire. In 1891, a brewer, living at 75 Broughton Lane, Broughton, Lancashire, with his wife Jane, their son Henry, and Henry's sons Francis, Harold, and John. In 1901, a retired brewer, living at Brookland Villa, Turley, near Winsley, Wiltshire, with his wife Jane, their daughter Ellen, his niece Louisa HEAD (daughter of his sister Catharine), and a general domestic servant. (Frank Hubert Sircom FURZE was Jane's great nephew.) [ref. 1n,1bb,1bc,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,6c38]
          1. Henry Furze SIRCOM, b. ca. 1850 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1850 at Clifton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1868 at Bristol R.D., Kate Mary OWEN (b. ca. 1850 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1850 at Bedminster R.D., m2. BOOTH), div. 1885 (co-respondent J.W. STEELE), d. reg. Q4 1934 at Conway R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with his maternal grandparents at 1 Northside, next door to his parents. In 1871, an agent to a brewery company, living at 51 Commercial Road, Portsea, Hampshire, with his wife Kate and sister Jane. In 1881, a commission merchant, living at 16 Wells Terrace, Bedminster, with his wife Kate, their sons Francis, Harold, and John, and a general servant. In 1891, a manager to timber merchants, living with his parents, together with his sons Francis, Harold, and John. In 1901, a timber merchant, living at 99 Stevens Street, Stretford, Lancashire, with his sons Francis, Harold, and John and a housekeeper. Henry's bankruptcy was reported in The Times on 29 Apr 1903. At his son Francis's marriage in 1905, a timber merchant. In 1911, an insurance broker, boarding at 23 Moreton Avenue, Stretford. At his son Harold's marriage in 1917, a gentleman. When his son Edmund sailed to America in 1922, he described his mother Kate as Mrs. BOOTH of "Lulworth", Princess Road, Bournemouth West. [ref. 1n,1bn,1cu,1ep,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,6b2,11c]
            1. Francis William Henry SIRCOM, b. ca. 1876 at Dursley, Gloucestershire, b. reg. Q4 1876 at Dursley R.D., m. 11 Jan 1905 at St. James, West Derby, Liverpool, Lancashire, m. reg. Q1 1905 at West Derby R.D., Martha Ellen COLE (b. ca. 1875 at Easthampstead, Bracknell, Berkshire, d. reg. Q3 1967 at St. Albans R.D., daughter of Daniel Gregory COLE, an agent), d. 17 Dec 1944, d. reg. Q4 1944 at Truro R.D., bur. at Truro, Cornwall. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his father. In 1901, a mariner (2nd mate), living with his father. At his marriage in 1905, a mariner, of 59 Macaw(?) Drive; Martha was of 41 Silverdale Avenue; the witnesses were S.A. COLE, R.G. HEAD, L. HEAD, and E.K. HEAD. (The HEADs were presumably Richard George, Louisa, and Emily Kate, children of Francis's great aunt Catherine.) At his son's baptism in 1906, a mariner, of 41 Silverdale Avenue. In 1911, Martha was living at 41 Silverdale Avenue, Tuebrook, Liverpool, with her sons Francis and Geoffrey and a boarder. [ref. 1n,1ep,3e,3f,3g,3h,4g]
              1. Francis Alan SIRCOM, b. 27 Aug 1906 at West Derby, b. reg. Q3 1906 at West Derby R.D., chr. 7 Oct 1906 at St. James, West Derby, m. reg. Q4 1928 at Liverpool R.D., Margaret BENNETT, d. 6 Dec 1942. In 1911, living with his mother. At his death in 1942, a private in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Listed on the Brookwood Memorial for World War II dead with no known grave, Brookwood Military Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey. [ref. 1n,1ep,3h,4h]
                1. Neal SIRCOM, b. reg. Q2 1933 at Islington R.D., d. reg. Q2 1933 at Islington R.D. [ref. 1n]
                2. Malcolm A. SIRCOM, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Islington R.D., m1. ROWLANDS, m2. reg. Q2 1973 at Derby R.D., Judith M. BOYD (b. ca. 1948), d. Jun 2008. A composer and director of musicals and pantomimes. Musical director of the Derby Playhouse. At his death in 2008, of West Avenue, Derby. See his obituary in the Derby Evening Telegraph, 14 Jun 2008. [ref. 1n,6n]
                  1. Alan G.A. SIRCOM, b. reg. Q1 1964 at Stoke Newington R.D., m. reg. Mar 2003 at Richmond upon Thames R.D., Helen E. CROSS. [ref. 1n,6n]
                  2. Duncan James "Jamie" SIRCOM, b. reg. Q3 1973 at Barnet R.D. [ref. 1n,6n]
                  3. Katherine Monica "Kate" SIRCOM, b. reg. Q1 1977 at Belper R.D., m. reg. May 2000 at Derby R.D., Martin GRECULA. [ref. 1n,6n]
              2. Geoffrey SIRCOM, b. 29 Aug 1908 at West Derby, b. reg. Q3 1908 at West Derby R.D., d. reg. Q3 1979 at Kendal R.D. In 1911, living with his mother. [ref. 1n,3h]
            2. Harold Sebastian SIRCOM, b. 22 Sep 1878 at Bristol, b. reg. Q4 1878 at Bedminster R.D., m. 19 Sep 1917 at Christ Church, Southgate, London, m. reg. Q3 1917 at Edmonton R.D., his first cousin Helen Mary Hardman WRIGHT, d. 27 Mar 1956 at Eastbourne, d. reg. Q1 1956 at Eastbourne R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his father. Educated at Victoria University, Manchester; M.A. by 1906. In 1901, a student in the civil service, living with his father. Passed in law and Malay; cadet at Selangor, 1902; acting harbour master at Port Dickson, 1904; acting assistant secretary to the resident of Selangor, 1904; acting assistant district officer at Ulu Langat, 1906. Address in 1906: Ulu Langat, Selangor, Federated Malay States. Sailed from London to Singapore in 1913. At his marriage in 1917, of the Malay States Civil Service at Johore, residing at Gwalior House; Helen was of Gwalior House; the witnesses were B.P. WRIGHT and J.E. WRIGHT. Sailed from Plymouth to Singapore in 1917 and again from London to Singapore in 1922. His wife Helen sailed from London to Penang in 1923. Again sailed from London to Singapore in 1926. At his death in 1956, a recipient of the British Empire Medal, retired from the Malayan Civil Service. [ref. 1n,1cu,3e,3f,3g,5g,6c39,6c40,11b]
            3. John Cuthbert SIRCOM, b. ca. 1880 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1880 at Bedminster R.D., m. in a civil ceremony at Altrincham, m. reg. Q4 1913 at Bucklow R.D., Ada Florence E. FODEN (b. 11 Mar 1883, m1. reg. Q2 1901 at Chorlton R.D., Herbert Mortimer HOLLAND, who d. reg. Q4 1910 at Bucklow R.D. aged 36, d. reg. Q2 1974 at Blackpool and Fylde R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1964 at Fylde R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his father. In 1901, a boiler insurance agent, living with his father. In 1911, a boiler insurance manager, boarding at 20 Abington Road, Brooklands, Cheshire. [ref. 1n,3e,3f,3g,3h]
              1. Joan H. SIRCOM, b. reg. Q3 1922 at Bucklow R.D., m. reg. Q2 1949 at Fylde R.D., LEMAN. [ref. 1n]
                1. John LEMAN, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Preston R.D. [ref. 1n]
                2. Michael LEMAN, b. reg. Q3 1955 at Fylde R.D. [ref. 1n]
                3. Andrew LEMAN, b. reg. Q3 1962 at Fylde R.D. [ref. 1n]
            4. Edmund Ralph SIRCOM, b. ca. 1881 at Bristol, b. reg. Q4 1881 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q4 1908 at Bristol R.D., Violet Eugenie Durant PEDLER (b. 7 May 1882 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1882 at Barton Regis R.D., d. Feb 1968), d. 1 Jun 1925 in a nursing home at Bristol, d. reg. Q2 1925 at Bristol R.D., bur. 5 Jun 1925 at Canford, Bristol. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, living in the household of his uncle Edward S. OWEN (manager of an oil and varnish works) at 13 Wells Road, Bristol. Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (London) and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), 1908. In 1911, a physician and surgeon in general practice, living at Cromwell House, 2 Nightingale Road, Southsea, Hampshire, with his wife Violet, a cook, and a house and parlor maid. Address in the 1913 Medical Register: Cromwell House, Kent Road, Southsea. On 26 Apr 1922, sailed from Southampton with his wife Violet on the ship Homeric, arriving at New York on 4 May 1922; identified in the passenger manifest as a surgeon, residence London, visiting Mrs. EVERS at Buffalo, New York. At his death in 1925, of Romford Road, Stratford, Essex. Violet immigrated to the United States in 1929. In 1930, she was a university librarian, living with her parents at 49 Parkridge Avenue, Buffalo. Latterly Violet lived at Buffalo. [ref. 1n,1ae,3g,3h,6c41,7b,11b,11c,13e]
          2. Jane Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. ca. 1855 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1855 at Clifton R.D., m. 7 Jun 1882 at St. Michael, Mottram in Longendale, Cheshire, after banns begun 7 May 1882 at St. Mary, Islington, m. reg. Q2 1882 at Ashton under Lyne R.D., Thomas Pickford WRIGHT (b. ca. 1854 at Glastonbury, Somerset). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her brother Henry. In 1881, living with her father's brother Richard. At her marriage in 1882, of Mottram; Thomas was of the parish of St. Mary, Islington, and of Holloway and Glastonbury. In 1891, living at 375 Holloway Road, Islington, London, with her husband Thomas (a jeweller), their children Helen and Francis, her visiting niece Elsie (daughter of her brother Francis), and two servants. In 1901, living at 4 Camden Square, St. Pancras, London, with her husband Thomas (a jeweller), their children Helen and Francis, and two general domestic servants. At her daughter's marriage in 1917, Thomas was a merchant, of Gwalior House, Southgate, Middlesex. [ref. 1n,1cu,1cv,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,6c38,6c39]
            1. Helen Mary Hardman "May" WRIGHT, b. ca. 1885 at Holloway, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Islington R.D., m. 19 Sep 1917 at Christ Church, Southgate, m. reg. Q3 1917 at Edmonton R.D., her first cousin Harold Sebastian SIRCOM, d. reg. Q3 1955 at Eastbourne R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1917, of Gwalior House; Harold was of the Malay States Civil Service, also residing at Gwalior House; the witnesses were B.P. WRIGHT and J.E. WRIGHT. At her brother's death in 1941, of Holcroft, Reigate. At her death, of Eastbourne. Her will, which left £52,340 net of £19,904 duty, was reported in The Times on 16 Nov 1955. [ref. 1n,1cu,3f,3g,6b3,6c39,6c42]
            2. Francis Alexander Pickford WRIGHT, b. ca. 1886 at Holloway, b. reg. Q2 1886 at Islington R.D., k. in action May 1941. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. At his death in 1941, an M.B.E., a corporal in the Honorable Artillery Company, and a barrister of Seremban, Malaya. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,6c42]
          3. Francis Richard Frederick SIRCOM, b. ca. 1856 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1856 at Clifton R.D., m. 1887 at Oldham Register Office, m. reg. Q4 1887 at Oldham R.D., Annie INNERDALE (b. ca. 1862 at Werneth, Oldham, Lancashire, b. reg. Q4 1862 at Oldham R.D., d. reg. Q4 1949 at Scarborough R.D., bur. 30 Nov 1940 at Shipley, Yorkshire), d. reg. Q4 1921 at North Bierley R.D., bur. 12 Oct 1921 at Shipley. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a salesman of silk velvet manufactures, boarding in the GREGORY household at 56 Frances Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire. In 1891, a silk velvet warehouseman, living at 8 Mannheim Road, Bradford, Yorkshire, with his wife Annie. At his son's baptism in 1892, a shipping clerk, of 271 Kensington Street, Girlington, Yorkshire. In 1901, a silk mills manager, living at 19 Lynthorne Road, Bradford, with his wife Annie, their children Elsie and Harry, and a servant. In 1911, a manufacturer's agent in the upholstery fabrics business, living at Hirst House, Shipley, Yorkshire, with his wife Annie and their children Elsie and Harry. At his son's death in 1916, of The Hirst, Shipley. At his death in 1921, of Salt's Hospital, Shipley. At her death in 1949, Annie was of 2 Royal Crescent, Scarborough. [ref. 1n,1es,1et,3c,3d,3e,3f,3g,3h,4h]
            1. Elsie Winifred SIRCOM, b. 2 Aug 1888 at Sale or Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire, b. reg. Q3 1888 at Altrincham R.D., d. reg. Q4 1974 at Scarborough R.D. In 1891, visiting her father's sister Jane. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, an assistant to her father, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3f,3g,3h]
            2. Harry Innerdale SIRCOM, b. ca. 1892 at Bradford, b. reg. Q3 1892 at Bradford Yorkshire R.D., chr. 14 Aug 1892 at Girlington, d. 9 Jun 1916, bur. at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, France. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a wholesale warehouseman in the light dross goods business, living with his parents. At his death in 1916, a private in the West Yorkshire (Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment. [ref. 1n,1es,3g,3h,4h]
          4. Ellen Mary SIRCOM, b. ca. 1859 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1859 at Bedminster R.D., d. reg. Q4 1936 at Edmonton R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, of private means, living at Turleigh, near Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, with a general servant. [ref. 1n,3c,3d,3e,3g,3h]
        7. Catharine SIRCOM, b. 5 Feb 1829 at Bristol, chr. 2 Nov 1836 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. 8 Dec 1860 at St. Marylebone, London, m. reg. Q4 1860 at Marylebone R.D., William HEAD (b. ca. 1835 at Bristol, son of William HEAD, a law clerk, d. by 1881). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a dressmaker, visiting the CHINN household at Victoria Street, Market Field, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan. At her marriage in 1860, of St. Marylebone; William was a railway clerk, also of St. Marylebone; the witnesses were J. STEPHING (probably her aunt Clara's son John) and Jane SIRCOM (her sister). (Where in 1861?) In 1871, living at the Castle Tavern, 36 Kings Street, St. Lawrence Jewry, London, with her husband William (the manager), their daughter Mary, a housekeeper, four barmaids, a kitchenmaid, and two housemaids. In 1881, a hotel manageress, living at the North Western Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool, with her daughters Emily, Mary, and Louisa and numerous other staff. [ref. 1n,1bb,1bf,3a,3b,3d,3e]
          1. Emily Kate HEAD, b. ca. 1865 at Bristol, b. reg. Q1 1865 at Bristol R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her mother's brother Richard. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
          2. Richard George HEAD, b. ca. 1866 at Shrewsbury, Shropshire, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Shrewsbury R.D. In 1871, living with his mother's brother Richard. [ref. 1n,3d]
          3. Mary Jane HEAD, b. ca. 1868 at Shrewsbury, b. reg. Q3 1868 at Shrewsbury R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
          4. Louisa HEAD, b. ca. 1871 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1871 at Bristol R.D. In 1871, living with her mother's brother Henry. In 1881, living with her mother. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
        8. Louisa SIRCOM, b. 22 Jan 1831 at Bristol, chr. 2 Nov 1836 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. 5 Feb 1867 at St. Marylebone, London, m. reg. Q1 1867 at Marylebone R.D., William SALLAWAY (b. ca. 1835 at Barford, Warwickshire, son of John SALLAWAY, a carpenter). In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, employed at a trimming seller's, living with her mother's sister Clara, together with her sister Jane; William was a cabinet maker, lodging at 20 New Millman Street, London. At her marriage in 1867, of St. Marylebone; William was a cabinet maker, of St. Pancras; the witnesses were J. STEPHING (probably her aunt Clara's son John) and Mary SALLAWAY. In 1871, living at 214a Oxford Street, London, with her husband William (a trimming seller), their son William, her aunt Clara, and an assistant. In 1881, living at 214a Oxford Street with her husband William (a shopkeeper), their son William, and a shop assistant. [ref. 1n,1bb,1bf,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e]
          1. William John S. SALLAWAY, b. ca. 1869 at Marylebone, London, b. reg. Q4 1869 at Marylebone R.D. In 1871 and 1881, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e]
        9. Clara SIRCOM, b. 29 Aug 1833 at Bristol, chr. 2 Nov 1836 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. reg. Q3 1856 at Clifton R.D., Edward JONES (b. ca. 1833 at Thornbury, Gloucestershire). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a milliner, living with her parents. In 1861, living at Henly Grove, Westbury on Trym, Gloucestershire, with her husband Edward (a Russian merchant), their children Edward and Sidney, her husband's brother Henry, and a house servant. In 1871, living at Stanley Villa, Bristol, with her husband Edward (an oil and general merchant), their children Ada, Ellen, Edith, Alfred, and Frederick, and a general servant. In 1881, living at Stanley Villa, Lower Ashley Road, Bristol, with her husband Edward (an oil merchant) and their children Sidney, Ada, Ellen, Edith, Alfred, and Frederick. In 1891, living at 9 Chesterfield Road, Bristol, with her husband Edward (an oil and grease merchant) and their children Ada, Ellen, Edith, Alfred, and Frederick. [ref. 1n,1bb,3a,3b,3c,3d,3e,3f]
          1. Edward Ernest JONES, b. ca. 1858 at Bristol, b. reg. Q1 1858 at Bristol R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3c]
          2. Sidney Herbert JONES, b. ca. Apr 1860 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1860 at Bedminster R.D., m. reg. Q3 1883 at Barton Regis R.D., Emily Elizabeth ABLE (b. ca. 1859 at Bristol). In 1861, living with his parents. In 1881, an engineer's clerk, living with his parents. In 1901, a wholesale wine and spirit merchant, living at 69 Middleton Road, Grimsbury, Oxfordshire, with his wife Emily, their children Douglas, Edith, Harold, and Philip, Emily's mother Elizabeth and brother Henry, a general servant, and a nurse. [ref. 1n,3c,3e,3g]
            1. Douglas Sidney JONES, b. ca. 1888 at Banbury, Oxfordshire, b. reg. Q2 1888 at Banbury R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
            2. Edith Mary JONES, b. ca. 1892 at Banbury, b. reg. Q2 1892 at Banbury R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 3g]
            3. Harold Henry JONES, b. ca. 1895 at Banbury, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Banbury R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g]
            4. Philip Sircom JONES, b. 12 Nov 1898 at Banbury, b. reg. Q1 1899 at Banbury R.D., d. reg. Dec 1994 at Banbury R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 3g]
          3. Ada Clara JONES, b. ca. 1862 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1862 at Clifton R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, no occupation, living with her parents. In 1891, a music teacher, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f]
          4. Ellen Florence JONES, b. ca. 1864 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1864 at Clifton R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, no occupation, living with her parents. In 1891, a draper's assistant, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f]
          5. Edith A. JONES, b. ca. 1866 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1866 at Clifton R.D. In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a draper's assistant, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f]
          6. Alfred Augustus JONES, b. ca. 1867 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Clifton R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a brewer's clerk, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f]
          7. Frederick Sircom JONES, b. ca. 1870 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1870 at Clifton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1893 at Bedminster R.D., Elizabeth Sarah EDWARDS (b. ca. 1869 at Newport, Monmouthshire). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a foreman in the steel trade, living at 12 Railway View, Ebbw Vale, Monmouthshire, with his wife Elizabeth and their son Sydney. [ref. 1n,3d,3e,3f,3g]
            1. Sidney Frederick JONES, b. ca. May 1900 at Ebbw Vale, b. reg. Q3 1900 at Bedwelty R.D., m. reg. Q1 1919 at Stourbridge R.D., Dorothy BROOKES. In 1901, living with his parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
              1. Sidney JONES, b. reg. Q3 1919 at Stourbridge R.D. [ref. 1n]
              2. William F. JONES, b. reg. Q3 1923 at Stourbridge R.D. [ref. 1n]
              3. Elizabeth V. JONES, b. reg. Q2 1928 at Stourbridge R.D. [ref. 1n]
              4. Frederick Sircom JONES, b. 26 Jul 1929, b. reg. Q3 1929 at Stourbridge R.D., d. reg. Apr 2000 at Wrekin R.D. [ref. 1n]
              5. Ronald JONES, b. reg. Q1 1932 at Stourbridge R.D. [ref. 1n]
        10. Advertisement in The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travelers (Boston, 1875).
          Stephen Rowland SIRCOM, b. 17 Oct 1836 at Bristol, chr. 2 Nov 1836 at St. Paul, Bristol, m. 13 Jan 1856 at St. Dunstan, Stepney, London, after banns begun 23 Dec 1855, m. reg. Q1 1856 at Stepney R.D., Elizabeth BANYARD (b. Mar 1835 in England, daughter of James Barber BANYARD, a master mariner), d. 1906 at Melrose, Massachusetts. At his marriage in 1836, an accountant, of 13 Jubilee Place; Elizabeth was of 2 Freeman Place; the witnesses were Ithiel PRICE and Olive PICKETT. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a clerk, living with his parents. At his daughter Blanche's birth in 1858, a merchant, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. At his son Frank's birth at Halifax in 1869, an importer. At his son Fitzgerald's birth in 1871, a merchant, of Halifax. Immigrated to the United States in 1872; not naturalized by 1900. In 1875, a partner in Sircom and Marshall, importers, 155 Granville Street, Halifax (see advertisement at right). In 1880, employed in a dry goods store, living at Boston, Massachusetts, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Blanche, Richard, Frank, Fitzgerald, and Albert, and Henry J. MARSHALL (b. ca. 1830 in Nova Scotia, also employed in a dry goods store, perhaps his business partner). At his son Stephen's marriage in 1881, an accountant. In a Boston directory for 1890, a bookkeeper at 287 Washington Street, home address 7 Burlington Avenue. In 1900, a chinaware book keeper, living at 81 Linden Street, Melrose, Massachusetts, with his wife Elizabeth, their son Albert, and a servant. On 30 May 1901, Elizabeth sailed from Barbados (where she was probably visiting her daughter Blanche) on the ship Coleridge; she arrived at New York on 6 Jun 1901, destination 81 Linden Street to join her husband. In 1910, Elizabeth was living at 314 Main Street, Melrose, with a housekeeper. [ref. 1n,1bb,1bo,1bp,1bq,3a,3b,8n,11c,12b,13c,13i,13g]
          1. Blanche Miriam SIRCOM, b. 28 Jun 1857 at Halifax, m. 14 Nov 1889 at her father's house in Boston, David J. KITCHIN (d. by. 1920). Immigrated to the United States 1877; still an alien in 1920. In 1880, a bookkeeper, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1889, David was of Barbados in the West Indies. Lived in Barbados until David's death, when she returned to the United States. In 1920, living at 314 Main Street, Melrose, with her brother Albert. On 4 Aug 1927, when she applied for a late registration of her birth, of Melrose. [ref. 1bp,1bq,6o1,13d,13i]
          2. Stephen John Rupert SIRCOM, b. 1 Oct 1858 at Halifax, m1. 1 Sep 1881 at the Baptist church, Hantsport, Nova Scotia, Florence (or Flora?) Elizabeth CHURCHILL (b. 6 Feb 1860 at Hantsport, second daughter of George W. CHURCHILL, a shipbuilder of the firm E. Churchill & Sons, and Susan or Susanna DAVISON, d. 22 Jun 1931 at Victoria General Hospital, Halifax, bur. 25 Jun 1931 at Camp Hill Cemetery), m2. 10 Sep 1932 at the residence of T.C. BOVILLE, Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Ida Mary SOLOMON (b. 10 Oct 1861 at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, daughter of Edward H. SOLOMON and Bessie CLEARY, m1. MITCHELL, wid. by 1932, d. 30 Jul 1933 at Victoria General Hospital, Halifax, bur. 1 Aug 1933 at Camp Hill Cemetery), d. by 1948. In 1881, a clerk, living in a boarding house in Halifax. At his marriage in 1881, of Halifax; Flora was of Hantsport; the witnesses were Thomas E. DAVISON and Marion DAVISON. In 1891, a civil servant, living at Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, with his wife Florence, their children Eva, Gladys, and George, and a general servant. At his daughter Eva's marriage in 1910, in the army. At his daughter Gladys's marriage in 1911, in the military. At his son George's marriage in 1915, a military colonel. In 1917, at his attestation for service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I, an army colonel, of 273 Tower Road, Halifax. At his wife Florence's death in 1931, of 273 Tower Road. At his second marriage in 1932, a gentleman, of Halifax; Ida was a housewife, also of Halifax; the witnesses were T.C. and Margaret C.J. BOVILLE, of Chester. At his wife Ida's death in 1933, a brigadier general, of 273 Tower Road. At his daughter Eva's death in 1948 (posth.), a general, of Halifax. [ref. 1bp,6o2,6p1,13a,13h,14a]
            1. Eva Blanche SIRCOM, b. 15 Apr 1883 at Hantsport, m. 10 Aug 1910 at Halifax, Samuel James McIntosh ALLEN (b. ca. 1878 at Maitland, Nova Scotia, son of James M. ALLEN, a sea captain, and Elizabeth), d. 3 Dec 1948 at Wolfville, Nova Scotia. In 1891, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1910, of Halifax; James was a teacher, of Cincinnati, Ohio; the witnesses were Samuel TYLER and Eva's sister Gladys. At her death in 1948, her husband was a professor emeritus of physics at the University of Cincinnati. [ref. 1bp,6o3,6p1,13h]
              1. James Sircom ALLEN, b. 11 Aug 1911 at Halifax, m. 28 Nov 1936 Mary E. GRISWOLD. Attended the University of Cincinnati (A.B. in physics 1933, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D. in physics 1937). Associate professor of physics at Kansas State College, 1938-42. Physicist at the Radiation Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1942-43, and at the Los Alamos Laboratory, 1943-45, presumably as part of the Manhattan Project. Assistant professor of physics at the University of Chicago, 1945-48. Associate professor of physics at the University of Illinois, 1948-51; full professor from 1951. Fellow of the American Physical Society. [ref. 5h]
                1. Richard C. ALLEN. [ref. 5h]
            2. Gladys Churchill SIRCOM, b. ca. 1885 at Dartmouth, m. 12 Sep 1911 at Halifax, William A. CURRY (b. ca. 1887 at Windsor, Nova Scotia, son of William CURRY, a barrister, and Jean). In 1891, living with her parents. A student in the Faculty of Arts at Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1902-3. Witnessed her sister Eva's marriage in 1910. At her own marriage in 1911, of Halifax; William was a physician, also of Halifax; the witnesses were Stewart L. CURRY and Gladys WESTON. [ref. 1bp,13h,15c]
            3. George Churchill SIRCOM, b. 3 Dec 1890 at Dartmouth, m. 8 Feb 1915 at Halifax, Ethel Mowbray KANE (b. ca. 1890 at Halifax, daughter of William KANE, a merchant, and Eva). In 1891, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1915, a military officer, of Halifax; Ethel was also of Halifax; the witnesses were Helen E. KANE (presumably a relative of Ethel's) and George's brother Cecil. In 1915, at his attestation for service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I, a student, living at 71 Queen Street, Halifax. At his daughter's birth in 1916, a captain in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. At his infant son's death in 1922, employed in the Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps, residence 273 Tower Road, Halifax. [ref. 1bp,6c43,14a]
              1. Kathleen or Sylvia Kaye SIRCOM, b. 9 Jul 1916 at 13 Prince's Gate, London, b. reg. Q3 1916 at St. George Hanover Square R.D., m. McMILLAN, d. 29 Oct 2005 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. An obituary of Sylvia appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on 3 Nov 2005. Ancestor of researcher Peter McMillan. [ref. 1n,6c43,6q,6r,9e]
              2. An unnamed son, b. 6 May 1922 at Halifax, d. 8 May 1922 at home, 273 Tower Road, Halifax, bur. 9 May 1922 at St. Johns Cemetery. [ref. 1bp]
              3. Robert SIRCOM. In 2002, of Hantsport. [ref. 9f]
            4. Cecil Randolph SIRCOM, b. 26 Feb 1894 at Elmcote, Dartmouth, m. 25 Sep 1919 at Toronto, Ontario, Jean Isabel CUMMING (b. ca. 1896 at Campbellford, Ontario, daughter of Walter William CUMMING and Elizabeth DINWOODIE), d. 10 Apr 1956 at Wolfville, Kings County, Nova Scotia, bur. 13 April 1956 at St. John Cemetery, Wolfville. In 1916, at his attestation for service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I, an army lieutenant, of 273 Tower Road. At his marriage in 1919, a member of the military, of Halifax. At his son Stephen's death in 1933, a manager for Travellers Insurance Company, of 266 South Street, Halifax. At his death in 1956, a life insurance agent, of 32 Kent Avenue, Wolfville. [ref. 1af,1bp,6o4,14a]
              1. Joan Elizabeth Churchill SIRCOM, b. 7 Jun 1923 at Regina, Saskatchewan. Of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. [ref. 9h]
              2. Stephen Walter SIRCOM, b. 7 Feb 1927 at Calgary, Alberta, d. 1 Sep 1933 at Halifax, bur. 3 Sep 1933 at Camp Hill Cemetery. [ref. 1bp]
              3. Richard Cumming SIRCOM. At his father's death in 1956, of 3 Rose Street, Dartmouth. In 2002, of Dartmouth. Researcher Richard Cumming Sircom. [ref. 1bp,9f]
          3. Richard H. SIRCOM, b. Mar 1862 in English Canada, m. 17 Oct 1903 at the Congregational church, Melrose, Massachusetts, Grace A. GROUT (b. ca. 1861 in Massachusetts, m1. 1882 at Newton, Massachusetts, George L. BULLENS, by whom she had one child). Immigrated to the United States in 1876 or 1877 or 1882; naturalized in 1885. In 1880, employed in a dry goods store, living with his parents. Listed in a Boston directory for 1890 as boarding at 7 Burlington Avenue, his father's home. Partner with his brother Fitzgerald in the firm of R.H. Sircom & Co., petticoat manufacturers. In 1900, a skirt manufacturer, boarding at 12 Francis Street, Melrose. At his marriage in 1903, a "well-known business man" in Melrose; his post-honeymoon residence was to be in Francis Street. A Boston directory for 1904 listed R.H. Sircom & Co., ladies' skirts, at 67 Chauncy. In 1910, proprietor of a skirt factory, living at 246 Porter Street, Melrose, with his wife Grace and a servant. In 1920, a skirt manufacturer, living at 246 Porter Street, Melrose, with his wife Grace and a servant. In 1930, no occupation, living at 246 Porter Street, Melrose, with his wife Grace. [ref. 1bq,5i,6s,8n,8o,13c,13d,13e,13g,13i]
          4. Frank Rowland SIRCOM, b. 3 Mar 1869 at Halifax, m. 7 Oct 1891 Carrie A. KENNERSON (b. Jun 1870 in Massachusetts, d. 18 Dec 1940 at 108 East 81st Street, New York, the home of her son Arthur). Came to the United States in 1877; naturalized in 1896. Educated at Prince Grammar School and English High School, Boston. In 1880, at school, living with his parents. Employed by A.M. Howland & Co., wool dealers, 1884-1886. Employed by John Wales & Co., 1886-1891. In an 1890 Boston directory, listed as a clerk, working at 5 Winthrop Square and boarding at 7 Burlington Avenue, his father's home. Employed by George M. Questen & Co., 1891-1896. Treasurer of Malden Trust Co. from 1 Dec 1896. In 1900, a cashier, living at 69 Bartlett Street, Malden, Middlesex County, with his wife Carrie, their sons Edwin and Arthur, and a boarder. In 1910, a bank treasurer, living at 69 Bartlett Street, Malden, with his wife Carrie, their children Rupert, Arthur, and Edith, and a servant. In the 1916 Who's Who, listed as the president of Richardson Furniture Co., a director of Gibson Bedstead Co. and Everett Trust Co., an ex-president of the Associated Savings Trust Companies of Massachusetts and the Malden Board of Trade, a Republican, an Episcopalian, a soloist with "several leading choirs of Boston", and a mason, with home address 200 Summer Street, Malden, and office address 94 Pleasant Street, Malden. In 1920, a trust company treasurer, living at 200 Summer Street, Malden, with his wife Carrie and their children Edwin, Arthur, Edith, and Alice. In 1930, a stock and bond broker, living at 200 Summer Street, Malden, with his wife Carrie and their children Arthur, Edith, and Alice. At his wife's death in 1940, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and former president of the Malden Trust Company. [ref. 1bp,5i,6p2,8n,13c,13d,13e,13g,13i]
            1. Edwin Rupert SIRCOM, b. 26 Sep 1897 at Malden, m1. unknown, m2. Mildred REED (b. 20 Oct 1895, d. Apr 1975), d. 22 Apr 1962 between Easter services at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he was organist. In 1900 and 1910, living with his parents. When he registered for the draft on 16 Sep 1918, an insurance broker employed by E.R. Sircom & Co., 100 Milk Street, Boston; home address 200 Summer Street, Malden; nearest relative his father, 200 Summer Street; medium height, medium build, brown eyes, and brown hair. In 1920, an agent for an insurance company, living with his parents. In 1926, became organist and choirmaster of St. Thomas Protestant Episcopal Chapel, New York, and staff organist for the Columbia Broadcasting System. In a 1929 directory, listed as an insurance agent at 68 Austin Street, Newtonville, Massachusetts. In 1930, a church organist, lodging with a priest at 226 East 60th Street, Manhattan, New York. In 1930, became organist of the Westminster Presbyterian Church and professor of organ at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. Also a published composer and arranger. Mildred subsequently lived in Minnesota, and latterly at Southern Pines, North Carolina. For more details of Rupert's career, see his obituary 23 Apr 1962 in the New York Times[ref. 1ae,1bq,6p3,8p,13c,13d,13e,13g,14b]
              1. (by first wife) John SIRCOM, b. 13 Feb 1924, m. Jean (b. 28 Feb 1922, d. Dec 1985), d. Apr 1985. (Where in 1930?) At his father's death in 1962, of Portland, Maine. Lived latterly at Dennis, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. [ref. 1ae,6p3]
              2. (by first wife) Nancy SIRCOM. (Where in 1930?) At her father's death in 1962, of Medford, Massachusetts. [ref. 6p3]
            2. Arthur Rowland SIRCOM, b. 15 Dec 1899 at Malden or Boston, d. Nov 1980. In 1900 and 1910, living with his parents. When he registered for the draft on 10 Sep 1918, a student at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts; home address 200 Summer Street, Malden; nearest relative his father, 200 Summer Street; medium height, medium build, blue eyes, and light blond hair. In 1920, living with his parents. A director and performer on Broadway from 1924 to 1944 (see credits). In 1930, a stage actor, living with his parents. At his mother's death in 1940, of 108 East 81st Street, New York, and director of the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts. At his sister Alice's death in 1975 and his sister Edith's death in 1977, of New Haven, Connecticut. [ref. 1ae,1bq,6p2,6p4,6t1,13c,13d,13e,13g,14b]
            3. Edith Miriam SIRCOM, b. 28 Jan 1902 at Malden, d. 11 Sep 1977, bur. 19 Sep 1977 at Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1910 and 1920, living with her parents. In 1930, a private secretary, living with her parents. At her sister's death in 1975 and her own death in 1977, of Washington, D.C. [ref. 1ae,1bq,6p4,6t1,13d,13e,13g]
            4. Alice Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. 18 Dec 1917 at Malden, d. 2 May 1975 at George Washington Hospital, Washington, D.C.). In 1920 and 1930, living with her parents. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. An editor, writer, and information specialist. At her death in 1975, of 2700 Q Street, N.W., Washington. For more details of her career, see her obituary 5 May 1975 in the Washington Post[ref. 1ae,6t1,13d,13e]
          5. Fitzgerald Uniacke SIRCOM, b. 13 Jul 1871 at Halifax, m. 2 Jun 1894 at Melrose or Cambridge, Annie Irene RAMSDALL (b. May 1871 in Massachusetts). Presumably named for Robert Fitzgerald Uniacke (1797-1870), evangelical rector of St. George's Church, Halifax. Came to the United States ca. 1878; naturalized by 1900. Educated in the Boston public schools. In 1880, at school, living with his parents. Listed in a Boston directory for 1890 as a clerk, working at 44 Oliver Street and boarding at 7 Burlington Avenue. Partner with his brother Richard in the firm of R.H. Sircom & Co., petticoat manufacturers. In 1900, a manufacturer, living at 100 East Emerson, Melrose, with his wife Irene, their children Gerald and Arlene, and a servant. President of R.H. Sircom & Co. from 1902. In 1910, a skirt manufacturer, living at 11 Chestnut Street, Melrose, with his wife Irene and their children Gerald, Arlene, and Ruth. In 1920, manager for a skirt manufacturer, living at 11 Chestnut Street, Melrose, with his wife Annie and children Gerald, Arlene, and Ruth. In 1930, a manufacturer with a box factory, living at 11 Chestnut Street, Melrose, with his wife Annie. At his daughter Ruth's marriage in 1932, of Boston. [ref. 1bp,1bq,5i,6p5,8n,13c,13d,13e,13g,13i]
            1. Gerald Sumner SIRCOM, b. 2 Aug 1895 at Melrose, d. May 1985. In 1900 and 1910, living with his parents. In 1920, clerk for a skirt manufacturer, living with his parents. (Where in 1930?) Latterly lived at Camden, Maine. [ref. 1ae,1bq,5i,13c,13d,13g]
            2. Arlene SIRCOM, b. Jan 1898 at Melrose. In 1900, 1910, and 1920, living with her parents. (Where in 1930?) [ref. 1bq,5i,13c,13d,13g]
            3. Ruth SIRCOM, b. 8 Nov 1900 at Melrose, m. 28 May 1932 at Christ Lutheran Church, Washington, D.C., Wendell G. JOHNSON (b. ca. 1901 at Geneseo, Illinois, son of G.A. JOHNSON of Geneseo, d. 16 Jul 1992 at DeWitt Army Hospital, Fort Belvoir, Virginia). In 1910, living with her parents. Attended the Cambridge-Haskell School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Miss Mary McClintock's School in Boston. In 1920, living with her parents. Sailed from Southampton, England, on 4 Sep 1924 on the Rotterdam; arrived at New York on 12 Sep 1924; her residence listed on the passenger manifest was 11 Chestnut Street, Melrose. (Where in 1930?) At the time of her marriage in 1932, she had been living in New York for the past year. At her husband Wendell's death in 1992, she was of Fort Belvoir. Wendell was a West Point graduate and U.S. Army colonel who served as military attaché in Chile and Spain during World War II and later worked for the CIA in Bolivia and Miami. For more details of his career, see his obituary 19 Jul 1992 in the Washington Post[ref. 1bq,5i,6p5,6t2,11b,11c,13d,13g]
              1. Gerald Sircom JOHNSON. Graduated from Yale University by 1957. In 1957, announced his engagement to Rosalind Howard SCOTT (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David R. MAGEE of Holden, Massachusetts). At his father's death in 1992, of Houston, Texas. [ref. 6t2,6t3]
              2. Wendell G. JOHNSON, Jr. At his father's death in 1992, of Salem, South Carolina. [ref. 6t2]
          6. Albert Beaconsfield SIRCOM, b. 28 Nov 1878 at Boston, m1. 1902 at Boston, Ann (m2. Robert Winthrop LEA), div., m2. ca. 1918 Lillian R. (b. ca. 1894 in Massachusetts), d. Nov 1960 in Highlands County, Florida. In 1880, at school, living with his parents. In 1900, a skirt salesman, living with his parents. (Where in 1910?) When he registered for the draft in Aug 1918, a manufacturer employed by R.H. Sircom Co. of Melrose, home address Melrose, mailing address 12 West 32nd Street, New York; nearest relative his wife Lillian; tall, medium build, hazel eyes, dark brown hair. In 1920, manager of a skirt company, living with his sister Blanche. (Where was Lillian in 1920?) In 1930, a manager in the rayon silk industry, living at 5 Cranford Park, Tuckahoe, Westchester County, New York, with his wife Lillian, their children Elizabeth, Albert, and Alice, a housekeeper, and a governess. At his daughter Alice's engagement in 1947, of Tuckahoe. [ref. 1bq,1br,6p6,6p7,13c,13d,13e,13i,14b]
            1. Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. ca. 1919 in Massachusetts. (Where in 1920?) In 1930, living with her parents. [ref. 13e]
            2. Albert SIRCOM, b. ca. 1921 in Massachusetts. In 1930, living with his parents. [ref. 13e]
            3. Alice Minna SIRCOM, b. ca. 1923 in Massachusetts, prob. m. Jun 1947 John Ludwell LAKE (son of Homer M. LAKE of Scarsdale, New York). In 1930, living with her parents. Attended Brantwood School in Bronxville, New York, and graduated from Hood College. John attended Stuyvesant School in Warrenton, Virginia, and Yale University. He served in the U.S. Army in Europe in World War II and was commissioned as a lieutenant while overseas. [ref. 6p7,13e]
      2. James Hives SIRCOM, b. 3 Jan 1794, chr. 28 Jun 1794 at Bridge Street Congregational. [ref. 1bt]
      3. Richard SIRCOM, b. Oct 1797, chr. 15 Feb 1802 at St. James, Bristol. On 19 May 1813, Richard was apprenticed to William DAVIES or DAVIS, a Bristol pewterer, and his wife Elizabeth, for seven years. The fee of £10 was paid by Queen Elizabeth's Hospital. Richard was admitted as a burgess of Bristol on 3 Aug 1830, by virtue of his apprenticeship; he paid a fee of 3/4. At his admission as a burgess in 1830, he was a pewterer. [ref. 1be,17b,17c]
      4. Elizabeth SIRCOM, b. 30 Jun 1799, chr. 15 Feb 1802 at St. James, Bristol. [ref. 1be]
      5. Susanna Kilpin SIRCOM, b. 15 Jun 1801, chr. 15 Feb 1802 at St. James, Bristol. [ref. 1be]
    5. William SIRCOM, chr. 29 Jun 1771 at St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol. [ref. 1bc]
    6. Ann SIRCOM, chr. 17 Mar 1777 at Bridge Street Congregational, Bristol. [ref. 1bt]

Early Somerset and Hampshire Shercombes

Roberte SCHURCOMBE. Some time before 1548, a laborer, of Clatworthy, Somerset, allegedly one of a gang who on several occasions assaulted a house in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, threatened to kill its occupier, drove away his livestock, tore his cloak to pieces, etc. Indicted at the quarter sessions in Ilchester, Somerset. The case arose from a dispute about the ownership of the house and its lands and subsequently went to the Star Chamber as Cappis v. Stowell. For more details, see Proceedings in the Court of the Star Chamber, pp. 267-273.

SHERCOMBE.
  1. Jeffery SHERCOMBE, m1. unknown, m2. 8 Oct 1565 at Wiveliscombe, Somerset, Joan WALTON (m1. SLOCOMBE, daughter of William WALTON of Shapwick, Somerset), d. 1588. Mayor of Bridgwater, Somerset, in 1559, 1564, and 1565. Signed a bond as burgess of Bridgwater in 1571. In 1581, the first name listed on the lay subsidy assessment roll for the borough of Bridgwater; assessed 3s. tax on goods worth £3. Mayor of Bridgwater again in 1582. Made his will on 29 Jan 1587/8, describing himself as a gentleman of Kidsbury, in Wembdon parish, Somerset, and referring also to his "messuage or tenement" in Bridgwater. (Kidsbury was a small manor. Kidsbury Farm still appeared on 19th century maps on the outskirts of Bridgwater.) The will was proved on 19 Apr 1588. It mentions £120 left to "Joane my now wife" by "Davie SLOCOMBE deceased", probably her first husband. It also refers to her children (presumably from this first marriage) Jefferie, Elizabeth, and Fraunces. Henry SHIRCOMBE (this one? relationship not given) was one of the witnesses of the will. [ref. 1bx,2m,10f,10g,10h,10i,18c]
    1. Thomas SHERCOMBE, m. 22 Oct 1571 at St. Mary, Bridgwater, Christian HOLWORTHY, d. ca. 1596. In 1588, Thomas's father's will left Thomas "the inheritance and fee simple of my mansion or dwellinge house of kedsberie and all my houses tenementes landes meadowes and pastures" in Wembdon and Bridgwater; it required Thomas to post a £600 bond that he would not dispose of these properties except in accordance with the terms of the will. When he made his own will, ca. 1596, of Bridgwater; the will was proved in 1596 in the Court of the Archdeacon of Taunton, but the court's copy of it had been lost by 1912. When Christian made her will on 2 May 1613, she was of Bridgwater; she left bequests to her cousins Katherine HURDE and Francis MALET, Frances MALET's daughter Dorothy MALET, her goddaughter Margaret FORTESCUE, and William and Henry QUARRELL (presumably her grandchildren). The will was proved 12 May 1613 and disputed by Hercules HALLWORTHY, presumably a relative. [ref. 1cd,2l,2m,2n]
      1. Henry SHERCOMBE. Bequeathed £20 by his mother's sister Helen (m. SAUNDERS) in her will made 4 Jul 1595, but not mentioned in his mother's will of 1613. [ref. 2n]
      2. Joan SHERCOMBE, m. 19 May 1600 at St. Mary, Bridgwater, Peter QUARLE. Under her grandfather's will, Joan and her heirs were to inherit her his houses and lands if her father Thomas had no male heirs. Bequeathed £20 by her mother's sister Helen in her will made 4 Jul 1595. [ref. 1cd,2m,2n]
        1. William QUARLE, chr. 14 Dec 1606 at Bridgwater. Mentioned in his maternal grandmother's will in 1613. [ref. 1cd,2n]
        2. Mary QUARLE, chr. 30 Nov 1608 at Bridgwater. [ref. 1cd]
        3. Henry QUARRELL. Mentioned in his maternal grandmother's will in 1613. [ref. 2n]
    2. Anne or Agnes SHERCOMBE, m. 17 Jan 1563 at St. Mary, Bridgwater, John SNOWE. In 1588, when Anne's father made his will, John was a merchant, of Bridgwater; the will left bequests to their children. [ref. 1cd,2m]
      1. John SNOWE. Alive in 1588 when his maternal grandfather made his will. [ref. 2m]
      2. Margaret SNOWE. Alive in 1588 when her maternal grandfather made his will. [ref. 2m]
      3. Ellen SNOWE. Alive in 1588 when her maternal grandfather made his will. [ref. 2m]
      4. Amie SNOWE. Alive in 1588 when her maternal grandfather made his will. [ref. 2m]
  2. Thomazine SHERCOMBE, m. GREGORIE. In 1588, Thomazine's brother Jeffery left her four bushels of wheat in his will. [ref. 2m]

Henry SHURCOMBE, bur. 31 May 1568 at Wiveliscombe, Somerset. [ref. 1bx]

Steven SHURCOMBE, bur. 3 Oct 1596 at Staplegrove, Somerset. [ref. 1ce]

Henry SHERCOMBE, d. ca. 1598. (Is this the Henry SHIRCOMBE who witnessed the will of Jeffery SHERCOMBE in 1588?) When he made his will, prob. ca. 1598, of Bridgwater; the will was proved in 1598 or 1599 in the Court of the Archdeacon of Taunton, but the court's copy of that will had been lost by 1912. [ref. 2l]

Richard SURCOMBE, bur. 25 Sep 1599 at Stogursey, Somerset. [ref. 1cf]

Jane SHURCOMBE, bur. 10 Sep 1608 at Stogursey, Somerset. [ref. 1cf]

Henrie SURCOMBE, bur. 24 Oct 1614 at Stogursey, Somerset. [ref. 1cf]

Joahne SHERCOME, bur. 7 Nov 1607 at Stringson, Somerset. [ref. 1cg]

Hugh SHERCOME, bur. 20 Jan 1608 at Stringson, Somerset. [ref. 1cg]

Henry SHIRCOMB, b. est. 1565, m. 26 Oct 1590 at North Petherton, Somerset, Johan PARKER. [ref. 1cb]
  1. (probably) Elizabethe SHIRCOMBE, chr. 18 Feb 1592 at North Petherton. [ref. 1cb]

Mary WARREN alias SHERCOMBE, bur. 19 Apr 1611 at Wiveliscombe, Somerset. [ref. 1bx]

Valentine SHERCOME, b. est. 1581. In 1607, of Chesterblade Mill, near Evercreech, Somerset. (Is this the same person as Valentine SHERCOM of Andover, Hampshire?) [ref. 1cc]
  1. Richard SHERCOME, chr. 14 Feb 1607 at Evercreech. [ref. 1cc]
Matthew SHARCOMBE, b. est. 1619, m. Jane. [ref. 1cb]
  1. Matthew SHARCOMBE, chr. 5 Oct 1645 at North Petherton, Somerset, m. 10 Feb 1677 at St. James, Taunton, Somerset, Elezabeth MINIFY, bur. 6 Jan 1727 at St. James, Taunton. [ref. 1cb,1ch]
  2. Jane SHARCOMB, chr. 8 May 1647 at North Petherton, d. 27 Apr 1648. [ref. 1cb]

Andrewe SHURCOMB, bur. 14 Nov 1613 at West Quantoxhead, Somerset. [ref. 1ca]

John SARKOM, bur. 15 Jan 1679 at St. James, Taunton, Somerset. [ref. 1ch]

Valentine SHERCOM, bur. 5 Oct 1638 at Andover, Hampshire. Called "old Valentine Shercom" in the burial register in 1638. (Is this the same person as Valentine SHERCOME of Chesterblade, Somerset? How related to Walter SHERCOMB?) [ref. 1bz]

Walter SHERCOMB, b. est. 1597, m. Sarah (perh. m1. BIGWOOD, bur. 13 Nov 1675 at Andover, Hampshire), bur. 16 Sep 1657 at Andover. In 1657, of Andover. Walter's will made 14 Sep 1657 and proved 9 Oct 1657 left bequests to his wife Sarah, son Andrew, daughter Mary and her husband and children, sons in law (i.e. stepsons?) John BIGWOOD and Arthur BIGWOOD and daughter in law Sarah, and John CARNELL (relationship not specified). The will mentions a farm, a farm dwelling and outbuildings, a mill, sheep, household furnishings, clothes, and bequests of money. The lease of the mill was left to Walter's wife Sarah, on condition that she should rent it for £20 per year to Walter's son Andrew and son in law John BIGWOOD. Sarah's will was proved in Hampshire in 1675, when she was of Woodhouse, near Andover. A deed dated 7 Aug 1705 mentions "a lane" in Andover "leading to a mill called Shercombs Mill". (How related to Valentine SHERCOM?) [ref. 1bz,2j,2k,18b]
  1. A son (perhaps Edward?), chr. 12 May 1623 at Andover, prob. d. bef. 1657 because not mentioned in his father's will. [ref. 1bz,2j]
  2. Andrew SHERKOM, chr. 13 Mar 1624 at Andover. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in his father's will. [ref. 1bz,2j]
  3. Edward SHARKCOM, bur. 1627 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
  4. Mary SHERCOM, chr. 23 Nov 1628 at Andover, m. 5 May 1644 at Andover, William GRONSELL. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her father's will. [ref. 1bz,2j]
    1. William GRONSELL, chr. 20 Mar 1644/5 at Andover. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her maternal grandfather's will. [ref. 2j]
    2. Mary GRONSELL. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her maternal grandfather's will. [ref. 2j]
    3. Richard GRONSELL. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her maternal grandfather's will. [ref. 2j]
      1. Thomas GRUNSELL, chr. 3 Oct 1671 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
      2. Mary GRUNSELL, chr. 21 May 1676 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
      3. William GRUNSELL, chr. 12 Dec 1680 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
      4. Rebecka GRUNSELL, chr. 26 Mar 1682 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
      5. Jone GRUNSELL, chr. 1 Jul 1683 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
    4. Andrew GRONSELL. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her maternal grandfather's will. [ref. 2j]
    5. Sarah GRONSELL, chr. 24 Mar 1653/4 at Andover. Alive in 1657 when mentioned in her maternal grandfather's will. [ref. 1bz,2j]
    6. A son (perhaps one of the above), chr. 4 Jan 1655/6 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
    7. A son, chr. 16 Dec 1657 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
    8. Charles GRUNSELL, chr. 4 Nov 1664 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
    9. Francis GRUNSELL, chr. 26 Feb 1667/8 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
    10. Jane GRUNSELL, chr. 19 Mar 1670/1 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
  5. Ann SHERKOM, bur. 21 Feb 1629 at Andover. [ref. 1bz]
Geoffrey SHERCOME, b. est. 1612, m. Elizabeth (bur. 4 Feb 1639 at Basingstoke, Hampshire), bur. 14 Nov 1654 at Basingstoke. [ref. 1by]
  1. Maria SHIRCUMBE, chr. 12 Aug 1638 at Basingstoke, bur. 20 Dec 1638 at Basingstoke. [ref. 1by]

Ann SHEARKOOM, b. ca. 1627, m. 4 Feb 1654 at Basingstoke, Hampshire, Edward HUCHINES (b. ca. 1627). [ref. 1by]

Southcombs of Rose Ash

SOWTHCOMBE.
  1. Robert SOUTHCOMBE. A witness of his brother George's will in 1595 and named in the will as overseer and administrator during the minority of George's son. [ref. 2o]
    1. Thomasyn SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 7 Jan 1562 at Bishops Nympton, Devon. [ref. 1dr]
    2. George SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 4 Dec 1566 at Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1dr]
  2. (perhaps) Humphrey SOUTHCOMBE, m. Jane. A witness of his possible brother George's will in 1595. [ref. 1dr,2o]
    1. Marie SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 9 Sep 1587 at Westleigh by Bideford, Devon. [ref. 1dx]
    2. Margarett SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 1589 at Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1dr]
    3. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 31 Mar 1592 at Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1dr]
    4. Roberte SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 24 Aug 1599 at Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1dr]
    5. George SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 28 Apr 1605 at Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1dr]
  3. George SOUTHCOMB, m1. 27 Nov 1574 at Satterleigh, Mary PAWLETT, m2. aft. 1586 Jane PAULET (daughter of Lord PAULET of Basing House, presumably of the family of the Marquesses of Winchester), d. ca. 26 Jun 1595 from injuries suffered while "quelling a riot near Witheridge", bur. 27 Jun 1595 at Rose Ash, Devon. He wrote his will, describing himself as a gentleman of Rose Ash, on 25 Jun 1595. The witnesses were Robert SOWTHCOMBE, Henry VICKARIE, Humfrey SOWTHCOMBE, William YARDE, and John VENNER. Bequests: 10 shillings to the poor of Rose Ash; his "tenement called Westford" to his wife Jane for her life, then to his son Lewis, and if Lewis died before marrying, jointly to his daughters Margaret and Frances; two cows, 20 ewes, and 10 bushels of rye to his wife Jane; £100 each to Margaret and Frances and £60 each to his daughters Katherine and Mary; and the residue of his goods, chattels, and debts to Lewis. He named Lewis as his executor; his brother Robert SOWTHCOMBE, John VENNER clerk, and Henry VICARY as overseers; and the overseers plus Thomas MELHIUSHE esquire as administrators during Lewis's minority. The will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 8 Jul 1595. [ref. 1di,1dv,1dw,2o,10l]
    1. Margaret SOWTHCOMBE. Named as a beneficiary of her father's will in 1595. [ref. 2o]
    2. Frances SOWTHCOMBE. Named as a beneficiary of her father's will in 1595. [ref. 2o]
    3. Lewis SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 27 Mar 1582 at Meshaw, Devon, m. 9 Feb 1606 at Bishops Nympton, Margaret EYME or ZEALE (daughter of Lewis ZEAL and Charitie, bur. 18 Jul 1621 at Rose Ash), bur. 31 Jul 1663 at Rose Ash. At his wife's death in 1621, a gentleman. At his death in 1663, called Lewes Southcombe the elder to distinguish him from his son. [ref. 1di,1dr,1dv,10l]
      1. Margaret SOUTHCOMB, chr. 30 Dec 1607 at Bishops Nympton, m. 20 Jan 1637/8 at Rose Ash, Phillipp COURTENAY (a gentleman, of Molland). [ref. 1di,1dr,10l]
      2. George SOUTHCOMBE, b. 1610, chr. 18 Jun 1610 at Rose Ash, m. 1648 Dorothy THORNE, d. 1696. [ref. 1di,10l]
        1. Margaret SOUTHCOMB. Alive in 1696. [ref. 10l]
        2. Henry SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 16 Jul 1662 at Rose Ash, prob. d. by 1696. [ref. 1di,10l]
      3. Charitie SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 17 Mar 1612/3 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      4. Joane SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 12 Jun 1615 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      5. Lewis SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 9 Mar 1616/7 at Rose Ash, m. Jane SPURIL (bur. 28 May 1673 at Rose Ash), bur. 12 Mar 1673/4 at Rose Ash. A devoted royalist, presented "by his sovereign" in 1649 with a ring bearing the seal of the head of Charles I. Jane was of Honiton House, South Molton, Devon. At his death in 1673/4, called Lewes Southcombe senior to distinguish him from his son. [ref. 1di,10l,15e]
        1. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, b. 1653, m. 26 Feb 1676/7 at Rose Ash or Cruwys Morchard (recorded in both registers), Elizabeth HOLMES (bur. 11 Nov 1695 at Rose Ash), d. 22 Feb 1732/3, bur. 25 Feb 1732/3 at Rose Ash, reburied 12 Mar 1734 at Honiton chapel, South Molton. Admitted 15 May 1671 as a sizar at Trinity College, Cambridge University; matriculated 1671; B.A. 1674/5. At his marriage in 1676/7, at his children's baptisms in 1681, 1683, 1684, 1686, and 1688, at his son's burial in 1688, at his wife's burial in 1695, and at his daughter's marriage in 1712/3, rector of Rose Ash. Offered "preferment which should outrun his wishes" by the government of King William III, if he would take the oaths of allegiance following the Glorious Revolution of 1688, but refused and was deprived of the rectory of Rose Ash. Apparently reinstated by 1695, or at least by the death of James II in 1701. In 1716, 1719, and 1725, baptized the sons of his son Lewis at Rose Ash. In 1730 or 1731, conducted the marriage at Rose Ash of his son Lewis's daughter. Referred to himself in the baptism register in 1716 and 1719 as Lewis Southcomb the third. At his death in 1732/3, called Lewis Southcomb senior to distinguish him from his son. Author of Penitent Christian and other works. [ref. 1di,1du,10l,15e]
          1. Gertrude SOUTHCOMB, b. 23 Jul 1681, chr. 16 Aug 1681 at Rose Ash, m. 12 Feb 1712/3 at Rose Ash, John TRISTRAM (Esq., of Duvale). [ref. 1di,10l]
          2. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, chr. 8 Apr 1683 (Easter Day), bur. 25 May 1683 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
          3. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, b. 7 May 1684, chr. 20 May 1684 at Rose Ash, m1. 25 Oct 1710 at Rose Ash, Elizabeth TUCKER (d. 28 Apr 1730, bur. 2 May 1730 at Rose Ash), m2. 7 Aug 1738 at Rose Ash, Elizabeth DODWELL (daughter of Henry DODWELL of Shottesbrook, Berkshire, "the famous nonjuror and Camden Professor of History at Oxford", d. 3 Jul 1778 at Honiton, South Molton, bur. 10 Jul 1778 at Rose Ash), d. 11(?) Jun 1754, bur 3(?) Jun 1754 at Rose Ash. Admitted 28 Jun 1701 as a sizar at Queens' College, Cambridge University; matriculated 1701. At her marriage in 1710, Elizabeth was of North Molton, Devon. At his marriage in 1710, at his daughters' baptisms in 1711 and 1730, and at his wife's burial in 1730, known as Lewis Southcomb junior to distinguish him from his father. At his marriage in 1710 and at his daughter's baptism in 1730, a clergyman. In 1730 or 1731, recorded the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth in the parish register of Rose Ash; in 1733, recorded the marriage of his son Lewis; in 1734/5, recorded the burial of his son Lewis; in 1739, recorded the marriage of his son Thomas. At his second marriage in 1738 and at his son Thomas's burial in 1746, rector of Rose Ash. At his death in 1754, of Honiton, South Molton. His will (now lost) was proved in the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter in 1754. [ref. 1di,10l,15d,15e]
            1. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. 1 or 14 Aug 1711, chr. 20 Aug 1711 at Rose Ash, m. 12 Nov 1730 or 1731 at Rose Ash, Joshua HOLE. At her marriage in 1730 or 1731, known as Mrs. Elizabeth Southcomb; Joshua was of South Molton, Devon. [ref. 1di]
            2. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, b. 22 Jan 1713/4, chr. 2 Feb 1713/4 at Rose Ash, m. 19 Aug 1733 at Rose Ash, Elizabeth TANNER (daughter of John TANNER of Munson, Rose Ash, and sister of Grace TANNER, wife of Lewis's brother John; m2. 9 Aug or 9 Oct 1736 at Rose Ash, Denys BUCKINGHAM), d. 7 Mar 1734/5, bur. 12 Mar 1734/5 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 1 Jul 1729; B.A. 1733. [ref. 1di,10l,15d]
            3. Thomas SOUTHCOMB, b. 2 Jul 1716, chr. 29 Jul 1716 at Rose Ash, m. 22 Aug 1739 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, Mary THOMAS, bur. 26 Apr 1746 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 1734/5. At Mary's marriage in 1739, Thomas's father recorded her in the Rose Ash parish register as "Mrs. Mary Thomas of Tedbury" (perhaps Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, or Tetbury, Gloucestershire). [ref. 1dc,1di,15d]
              1. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 12 May 1741 at North Molton. [ref. 1dj]
            4. John SOUTHCOMB, b. 14 Jul 1719, chr. 26 Jul 1719 at Rose Ash, m. 23 Feb 1742/3 at Rose Ash, Grace TANNER (daughter of John TANNER of Munson, Rose Ash, and sister of Elizabeth TANNER, wife of John's brother Lewis; bur. 4 Sep 1783 at Rose Ash), bur. 19 Feb 1788 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 3 Mar 1734/5; B.A. 1739; M.A. from Queens' College, Cambridge University, 1757. At his marriage in 1742/3, a clerk (i.e. a clergyman). At his children's baptisms and burials in 1746, 1748, 1748/9, 1750, and 1752, rector of Kings Nympton. At his daughter's baptism and burial in 1754, rector of Rose Ash. At his wife's death in 1783 and his own death in 1788, rector of Kings Nympton. [ref. 1di,15d,15e]
              1. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. 31 Jul 1746, chr. 2 Aug 1746 privately and 2 Sep 1746 publicly at Rose Ash, bur. 26 Jan 1748/9 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
              2. Grace SOUTHCOMB, b. 27 Mar 1748, chr. 1 Apr 1748 privately and 26 Apr 1748 publicly at Rose Ash, bur. 18 Jan 1815 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
              3. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. 30 Sep 1750, chr. 3 Oct 1750 privately and 30 Oct 1750 publicly at Rose Ash, m. 18 Feb 1783 at Rose Ash, John LING (a clergyman, of Tiverton), d. 1788. [ref. 1di,10l]
              4. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, b. 29 Jun 1752, chr. 30 Jul 1752 at Rose Ash, m. 21 May 1782 at St. Benet Paul's Wharf, London, Margaret DODWELL (b. ca. 1752, daughter of William DODWELL, vicar of Shottisbrooke, canon of Salisbury, archdeacon of Berkshire, and presumably a relative of Lewis's paternal grandmother, bur. 26 Apr 1824 at Rose Ash), bur. 13 Aug 1789 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 13 Nov 1770; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. At his daughter's baptism in 1783, a clergyman, of Honiton. Rector of Kings Nympton. Of Honiton House. At her death in 1824, Margaret was of Honiton, South Molton. [ref. 1ao,1di,1dt,10l,15d]
                1. Margaret SOUTHCOMB, b. 17 Nov 1783, chr. 23 Nov 1783 at South Molton and 27 Nov 1783 at Rose Ash, d. 1 Dec 1783, bur. 5 Dec 1783. [ref. 1ao,1di]
                2. Margaret SOUTHCOMB, chr. 25 Apr 1787 at South Molton, bur. 11 Jan 1790 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1ao,1di]
              5. Mary SOUTHCOMB, chr. 4 Aug 1754 at Rose Ash, bur. 27 Aug 1754 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
              6. John SOUTHCOMB, b. 10 Jan 1758, chr. 14 Jan 1758 privately and 13 Feb 1758 publicly at Rose Ash, m. 21 Apr 1785 at St. Paul, Exeter, Susanna GRANGER (b. ca. 1762, bur. 24 Nov 1849; daughter of Edmund GRANGER, rector of Sowton), bur. 3 May 1822 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 11 Oct 1776; B.A. 1780. At his marriage in 1785, a clergyman, of Rose Ash. At his children's baptisms in 1786, 1787, 1789, and 1793, a rector (of Rose Ash?). At his son's burial in 1788, rector of Kings Nympton. At his death in 1822, of the parsonage, Rose Ash. At her death in 1849, Susanna was of South Molton. [ref. 1ax,1di,10l,15d]
                1. Mary Ann SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1786 at Rose Ash, chr. 1 May 1786 privately and 22 May 1786 publicly at Rose Ash. In 1851, an annuitant, lodging at 3 Crescent Row, Exeter, with her sister Jane. [ref. 1di,3b]
                2. John SOUTHCOMB (twin with Susanna), chr. 13 Sep 1787 at Rose Ash, bur. 6 Feb 1788 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
                3. Susanna SOUTHCOMB (twin with John), chr. 13 Sep 1787 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
                4. Grace SOUTHCOMB, b, 14 Nov 1788, chr. 4 Feb 1789 at Rose Ash, d. 1853. [ref. 1di,10l]
                5. John SOUTHCOMB, b. 4 Dec 1789, chr. 30 Dec 1789 at Rose Ash, m. 13 Sep 1816 at Minehead, Somerset, Sarah HAMILTON (daughter of William HAMILTON, fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and rector of Fanet or Clondevadock, Co. Donegal, and Sarah WALKER, daughter of Chamberlaine WALKER, rector of Rosconnel, Co. Laois), d. 15 Aug 1840, bur. 21 Aug 1840 at Rose Ash. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, 15 May 1809; B.A. 1813. At his children's baptisms in 1817, 1819, 1821, 1823, 1825, and 1826, a clergyman. Curate of St. Wenn, Cornwall. [ref. 1di,1dk,10l,15d]
                  1. John Ladaveze Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, b. 1817, chr. 28 Jul 1817 at Minehead, m1. 16 Oct 1856 at St. John the Baptist, Lewes, Sussex, Eliza Georgina Treweeke SCOBELL (daughter of John SCOBELL, rector of All Saints and Southover, Lewes, and prebendary of Chichester; d. 20 Jan 1863), m2. 10 Jan 1867, Catherine Ann FORSTER (daughter of Albert FORSTER of London and Oporto). Matriculated 20 Jan 1836 at All Souls College, Oxford University; bible clerk 1836-1840; B.A. 1840. In 1851, the curate of Dunsford, Devon, living at Dunsford vicarage with a family of visitors and a house servant. Of Rose Ash and Honiton House. [ref. 1dk,1dl,3b,10l,15d]
                    1. Gertrude Scobell SOUTHCOMB. [ref. 10l]
                    2. Emily SOUTHCOMB. [ref. 10l]
                    3. Catherine SOUTHCOMB. [ref. 10l]
                    4. Edmund Bingham SOUTHCOMB, b. 13 Dec 1862, d. 9 Apr 1863. [ref. 10l]
                    5. George Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, b. 25 Jul 1869. [ref. 10l]
                  2. Sarah Lely Granger Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, chr. 18 Apr 1819 at Minehead. [ref. 1dk,10l]
                  3. Susanna Vesina Spencer Hamil(ton?) SOUTHCOMB, chr. 22 Jul 1821 at Minehead, m. 1850 William H. GREENE (rector of Steppingley, Bedfordshire), d. by 1863. [ref. 1dk,10l]
                    1. Sarah GREENE. [ref. 10l]
                  4. William Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, chr. 23 Jun 1823 at Minehead, d. at sea 1843. [ref. 1dk,10l]
                  5. Elizabeth Ann SOUTHCOMB, chr. 10 Feb 1825 at Minehead. [ref. 1dk]
                  6. Lewis Granger Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, chr. 16 Jul 1826 at Minehead. Matriculated 29 Oct 1846 at Oriel College, Oxford University; bible clerk 1846-1850. A clergyman. [ref. 1dk,15d]
                6. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. 23 Mar 1791 at Rose Ash, chr. 15 Apr 1791 at Rose Ash. In 1851, a fund holder, living at East Street, South Molton, with her brother Lewis and two house servants. [ref. 1di,3b]
                7. Edmund SOUTHCOMB, b. 29 Jul 1793 at Rose Ash, chr. 21 Aug 1792 at Rose Ash, d. 5 May 1854. Attended Blundell's School, Tiverton, Devon, under Mr. Richards. Admitted 2 Jul 1811 as a pensioner at Sidney College, Cambridge University; matriculated Michaelmas 1811; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; Fellow. Rector of Rose Ash, 1822-1854. In 1851, the rector of Rose Ash, living at the parsonage, Rose Ash, with a housekeeper, a general servant, and an under servant. [ref. 1di,3b,15e]
                8. Jane SOUTHCOMB, b. 13 Mar 1794 at Rose Ash, chr. 20 or 29 Apr 1794 at Rose Ash. In 1851, an annuitant, lodging at 3 Crescent Row, Exeter, with her sister Mary Ann. [ref. 1di,3b]
                9. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, b. 7 Sep 1795 at Rose Ash, chr. 29 Sep 1795 privately and 27 Jan 1796 publicly at Rose Ash, d. 1852. In 1851, an annuitant, living with his sister Elizabeth. [ref. 1di,3b,10l]
                10. George SOUTHCOMB, b. 24 May 1797, chr. 18 Jul 1797 at Rose Ash, bur. 4 Jun 1846 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di,10l]
                11. Thomas SOUTHCOMB, b. 8 Jun 1799, chr. 20 Jul 1799 (privately?) and 13 Jul 1800 (publicly?) at Rose Ash, bur. 29 Jul 1800 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
                12. William Thomas SOUTHCOMB, b. 21 or 31 Aug 1800 (or 1801?) at Rose Ash, chr. 31 Oct 1800 (or 1801?) at Rose Ash, m. 2 Jul 1833 at Tiveerton, Devon, Harriet Elizabeth MAY (b. ca. 1805 at Ashbrittle, Somerset, daughter of James Bowen MAY, rector of St. Martin, Exeter). In 1851, a general practitioner (M.R.C.S. and L.A.S. [L.S.A.?]), living at South Street, South Molton, with his wife Harriet and three house servants. [ref. 1di,1dp,3b,10l]
                13. James SOUTHCOMB, b. 25 Nov 1802, chr. 28 Nov 1802 privately and 19 Apr 1803 publicly at Rose Ash, d. 1854. A gentleman, of Bridport, Dorset. [ref. 1di,10l,15d]
                  1. Henry Granger SOUTHCOMB (only son), b. ca. 1837, m. reg. Q4 1863 at Kings Norton R.D., Caroline Nicholson SIMCOX (b. ca. 1840, d. reg. Q4 1907 at South Molton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1919 at St. Thomas R.D. Matriculated 8 May 1857 at Pembroke College, Oxford University; B.A. 1860; M.A. 1863. Vicar of Bridgerule, Devon, 1872-81. At his children's baptisms in 1872, 1874, 1877, and 1878, a clerk in holy orders, of the Vicarage, Bridgerule. Rector of Rose Ash, Devon, 1882. In ca. 1888, of Newton Abbot, Devon. [ref. 1n,1eo,15d]
                    1. William Henry Granger SOUTHCOMB (eldest son), b. ca. 1866 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q2 1866 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1896 at Rugby R.D., Margaret Constance EARLE (b. ca. 1866 at Uppingham, Rutland), d. reg. Q3 1924 at Rugby R.D. Scholar at Oxford University, 1884; matriculated 23 Oct 1885 at Exeter College, Oxford University. In 1901, a schoolmaster, living at Junior House, Brighton College, Eastern Road, Brighton, Sussex, with his wife Margaret, their daughter Veronica, an assistant schoolmaster, two visitors, seven servants, and seven male pupils aged 10 to 14. [ref. 1n,3g,15d]
                      1. Veronica SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. May 1900 at Brighton, b. reg. Q2 1900 at Brighton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at South Molton R.D., Thomas J.K. HEXT. In 1901, living with her parents. [ref. 1n,3g]
                    2. Caroline Maud SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. Aug 1868, bur. 23 Jun 1875 at Bridgerule. At her death in 1875, of the Vicarage, Bridgerule. [ref. 1eo]
                    3. Lucy Gwendoline SOUTHCOMB, chr. 6 Oct 1872 at Bridgerule. [ref. 1eo]
                    4. Herbert James SOUTHCOMB, b. reg. Q2 1874 at Holsworthy R.D., chr. 14 Jun 1874 at Bridgerule. [ref. 1n,1eo]
                    5. Edmund Dennis SOUTHCOMB, chr. 7 Jan 1877 at Bridgerule. [ref. 1eo]
                    6. Amy Gabrielle SOUTHCOMB, chr. 28 Apr 1878 at Bridgerule. [ref. 1eo]
            5. George SOUTHCOMB, b. 14 Aug 1725, chr. 22 Aug 1725 at Rose Ash, m. 1752 Ann LEWIS (daughter and co-heir of Richard LEWIS of Hannaford House, Devon, a descendant of the LEWIS baronets of Ledstone Hall, Yorkshire), d. 1781. Matriculated at Hertford College, Oxford University, on 9 Feb 1742/3; B.A. 1746; M.A. 1749. Rector of King's Nympton, Devon. [ref. 1di,10l,15d]
              1. Ann Lewis SOUTHCOMB, m. 12 Apr 1804 at Swimbridge, Devon, Hugh NORTHCOTE (of Pynes, rector of Upton Pyne, Devon, then Monkokehampton with Dowland, Devon), d. 1838. [ref. 1ds,10l]
            6. Anne SOUTHCOMB, b. 12 Apr 1730, chr. 12 or 15 Apr 1730 at Rose Ash, d. 14 or 15 Apr 1730, bur. 15 Apr 1730 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
            7. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, chr. privately 16 Oct 1744 and publicly 22 Oct 1744, d. 22 Oct 1744. [ref. 1di]
          4. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. 14 Apr 1686, chr. 13 May 1686 at Rose Ash, m. 8 Feb 1708/9 at Rose Ash, Lewis PORTBURY. Lewis was the apprentice and heir of Elizabeth's father's brother John. On 1 Jul 1706, an ironmonger, he was admitted as a freeman of Exeter. A gentleman, of Exeter. [ref. 1di,10j,10k,10l,17e]
          5. William SOUTHCOMB, b. 23 Mar 1688, chr. 17 Apr 1688 at Rose Ash, bur. May 1688 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
        2. Another son. [ref. 10l]
        3. Another daughter. [ref. 10l]
        4. Bartholomew SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 21 Apr 1661 at Rose Ash, Devon, bur. 27 May 1674 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
        5. Thomas SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 3 Mar 1662/3 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
        6. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 11 Jun 1665 at Rose Ash, m. Mary (bur. 29 Jul 1719 at St. Petrock, Exeter, Devon), bur. 21 Dec 1724 at St. Petrock, Exeter. On 15 Sep 1690, an ironmonger, admitted as a freeman of Exeter for a fine of £5. In 1698, took over an ironmonger's shop at the top of Fore Street, Exeter, at the sign of the Golden Hammer. Master of apprentice Lewis PORTBURY, who subsequently married Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, daughter of John's brother Lewis. John's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeacon of Exeter in 1724. In it he left Lewis "a small fortune", including the ironmonger's business, which ultimately became part of the company Garton & King. (See Garton and King: 350 years of the Golden Hammer and Manhole Miscellany: Exeter.) [ref. 1di,2f,10j,10k,17e]
        7. Margaret SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 17 Feb 1666/7 at Rose Ash, bur. 15 Sep 1672 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      6. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 5 Sep 1619 at Rose Ash, d. 1684. [ref. 1di,10l]
        1. Mary SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 17 or 19 Jul 1663 at Rose Ash. Alive in 1684. [ref. 1di,10l]
        2. Margaret SOUTHCOMB. Alive in 1684. [ref. 10l]
        3. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB. Alive in 1684. [ref. 10l]
    4. Katherine SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 16 Mar 1584 at Meshaw. Named as a beneficiary of her father's will in 1595. [ref. 1dv,2o]
    5. Mary SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 26 Feb 1586 at Meshaw. Named as a beneficiary of her father's will in 1595. [ref. 1dv,2o]
John SOUTHCOMB, b. est. 1660. At his son's baptism in 1686, of Podemarsh (Poadmarsh), Rose Ash, Devon. [ref. 1di]
  1. John SOUTHCOMB, chr. 26 Dec 1686 at Rose Ash, m1. 4 Sep 1716 at Rose Ash, Mary CARTER (bur. 27 Apr 1718 at Rose Ash), m2. 19 Dec 1722 at Rose Ash, Elizabeth LUSMORE, bur. 1 Jul 1750 at Rose Ash. At his first marriage in 1716, his daughter's baptism and his first wife's burial in 1718, and his second marriage in 1722, known as John Southcomb junior. At his sons' baptisms in 1726 and 1728 and his burial in 1750, of Podemarsh. [ref. 1di]
    1. Mary SOUTHCOMB, chr. 25 Apr 1718 at Rose Ash, m. 25 Sep 1742 at Rose Ash, Lewis TOMS. At her marriage in 1742, of Podemarsh; Lewis was of Bishops Nympton, Devon. [ref. 1di]
    2. John SOUTHCOMB, chr. 7 Apr 1724 at Rose Ash. At his children's baptisms and burials in 1752, 1753, 1758, 1760, and 1762, of Podemarsh. [ref. 1di]
      1. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, chr. 1 May 1752 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      2. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 1 May 1753 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      3. Mary SOUTHCOMB, chr. 2 Feb 1755 at Rose Ash, bur. 16 Mar 1758 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      4. George SOUTHCOMB, chr. 17 Aug 1760 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
      5. Grace SOUTHCOMB, chr. 14 Nov 1762 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
    3. Lewis SOUTHCOMB, chr. 12 Jun 1726 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
    4. George SOUTHCOMB, chr. 28 Oct 1728 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
    5. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, chr. 28 Mar 1731 at Rose Ash, m. 12 Dec 1751 at Trinity chapel, Honiton, South Molton (but recorded in the register of Rose Ash), Thomas FISHER. At her marriage in 1751, of Podemarsh; Thomas was of Bishops Nympton. [ref. 1di]
    6. James SOUTHCOMB, chr. 7 Apr 1734 at Rose Ash, Devon, m. 9 Apr 1763 at Rose Ash, Joan SPENCER (bur. 26 Apr 1803 at Rose Ash), bur. 14 Aug 1809 at Rose Ash. John SPENCER and Mary ZEAL were witnesses at the marriage in 1763. At his son's baptism and burial in 1781, a church warden in Rose Ash. Then and at his wife's death in 1803 and his own death in 1809, given the honorific "Mr". [ref. 1di]
      1. John SOUTHCOMB, chr. 25 May 1764 at Rose Ash, m. 21 Mar 1792 at Rose Ash, Elizabeth HUXTABLE, bur. 12 Jul 1842 at Rose Ash. Susan SOUTHCOMB and James SOUTHCOMB were witnesses at his marriage in 1792. In 1841, independent, living with his daughter Elizabeth. [ref. 1di,3a]
        1. John SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1793 at Rose Ash, chr. 10 Jan 1793 privately and 30 Jan 1793 publicly at Rose Ash, m. 24 Feb 1823 at Chittlehampton, Devon, Sarah MILDON (b. ca. 1794 at Rose Ash). At his son's baptism in 1823, a farmer. At his son's baptism in 1824, a laborer. At his daughters' baptisms in 1828 and 1833, a farmer. In 1851, a farmer of 80 acres, living at Demdown, Rose Ash, with his wife Sarah, their children George, Elizabeth, Rebecca, and Mary, and a farm servant. [ref. 1di,1do,3b]
          1. Edmund SOUTHCOMB, chr. 15 Jun 1823 at Rose Ash, bur. 17 Feb 1845 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
          2. George Mildon SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1824 at Rose Ash, chr. 1 Aug 1824 at Rose Ash. In 1851, living with his parents and employed on their farm. [ref. 1di,3b]
          3. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1828 at Rose Ash, chr. 27 May 1828 at Rose Ash. In 1851, living with her parents and employed on their farm. [ref. 1di,3b]
          4. Rebecca SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1828 at Rose Ash, chr. 27 May 1828 at Rose Ash. In 1851, living with her parents and employed on their farm. [ref. 1di,3b]
          5. Mary Huxtable SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1833 at Rose Ash, chr. 31 Mar 1833 at Rose Ash. In 1851, living with her parents and employed on their farm. [ref. 1di,3b]
        2. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1799 at Bishops Nympton, chr. 30 Jan 1799 at Bishops Nympton, m. 26 Mar 1823 at Rose Ash, Philip LOCK (b. ca. 1790 at North Molton, Devon). In 1841, living at Whippenscott, Rose Ash, with her husband Philip (a farmer), their children Elizabeth, Philip, Mary, Charlotte, and John, a farm servant, and Elizabeth's father. In 1851, living at Whippenscott with her husband Philip (a farmer of 90 acres), their children Eliza(beth), Philip, Charlotte, John, and Maria, and a boy house servant. [ref. 1di,1dr,3a,3b]
          1. Elizabeth LOCKE, b. ca. 1823 at Rose Ash. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3a,3b]
          2. Philip LOCKE, b. ca. 1824 at Rose Ash. In 1841 and 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3a,3b]
          3. Charlotte LOCKE, b. ca. 1830 at Rose Ash. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3a,3b]
          4. John LOCKE, b. ca. 1832 at Rose Ash. In 1841 and 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3a,3b]
          5. Maria LOCKE, b. ca. 1843 at Rose Ash. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
      2. Joan SOUTHCOMB, chr. 14 Feb 1766 privately and 5 Mar 1766 publicly at Rose Ash.
      3. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, chr. 9 Aug 1767 at Rose Ash.
      4. James SOUTHCOMB, chr. 17 Apr 1770 at Rose Ash.
      5. George SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 11 Jun 1773 at Rose Ash.
      6. Mary SOUTHCOMB, chr. 25 Jul 1775 at Rose Ash.
      7. Anne SOUTHCOMB, chr. 13 Jul 1777 at Rose Ash.
      8. Thomas SOUTHCOMB, chr. 20 Dec 1781 at Rose Ash, d. 20 Dec 1781, bur. 25 Dec 1781 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
Robert SOUTHCOMB, b. est. 1668, m. 14 Jun 1693 at Rose Ash, Devon, Mary ZEAL (bur. 7 May 1721 at Rose Ash). [ref. 1di]
  1. Mary SOUTHCOMB, chr. 20 May 1694 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  2. Robert SOUTHCOMB, chr. 26 Jan 1695/6 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  3. Anthony SOUTHCOMB, chr. 21 Jun 1698 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  4. Henry SOUTHCOMB, chr. 8 May 1701 at Rose Ash, bur. 13 Jun 1748 at Rose Ash. At his sister Grace's burial in 1781 (posth.), known as "the late Henry Southcombe of Wood" (probably Woods, Rose Ash). [ref. 1di]
  5. Grace SOUTHCOMB, chr. 5 Oct 1703 at Rose Ash, bur. 14 Jan 1781 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
James SOUTHCOMB, b. 1771-1776 in Devon, m. 5 Apr 1804 at Rose Ash, Devon, Mary VEYSEY (b. ca. 1782 at Rose Ash), d. by 1851. At his son's baptism in 1814, a farmer, of Whipinscott (i.e. Whippenscott), Rose Ash. At his children's baptisms in 1816 and 1821, a farmer. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at Ash Town, Rose Ash, with his wife Mary. In 1851, Mary was living with her daughter Mary. [ref. 1di,3a,3b]
  1. William SOUTHCOMB, chr. 27 May 1804 at Rose Ash, bur. 23 Mar 1834 at Rose Ash. At his death in 1834, of Ash Mill, Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  2. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMB, chr. 29 Sep 1805 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  3. John SOUTHCOMB, chr. 2 Jan 1810 at Rose Ash. [ref. 1di]
  4. George SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1814 at Rose Ash, chr. 23 Jan 1814 at Rose Ash, m. Anna Ewbank COURT (b. ca. 1822 at Cutcombe, Somerset, chr. 8 Sep 1822 at Cutcombe, daughter of Joan COURT). At his son's baptism in 1841, a blacksmith, of Ford, Cutcombe. At his children's baptisms in 1842 and 1845, a blacksmith, of Cutcombe. In 1851, a blacksmith, living at Cutcombe with his wife Anna, their children John, Elizabeth, and Mary, and visitor Mr. FLABERSHOT (a watch maker, b. ca. 1820 in Germany). [ref. 1di,1dq,3b]
    1. William SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 20 Jun 1841 at Cutcombe, d. aged 3 days, bur. 4 Jul 1841 at Cutcombe. [ref. 1dq]
    2. John Frederic SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1842 at Cutcombe, chr. 24 Apr 1842 at Cutcombe. In 1851, at home, living with his parents. [ref. 1dq,3b]
    3. Elizabeth SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Cutcombe, chr. 2 Nov 1845 at Cutcombe. In 1851, at home, living with her parents. [ref. 1dq,3b]
    4. Mary J. SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Cutcombe. In 1851, at home, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
    5. (probably) William Henry SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. Jul 1849, d. aged 1 month, bur. 9 Sep 1849 at Cutcombe. [ref. 1dq]
  5. James SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1816 at Rose Ash, chr. 10 Nov 1816 at Rose Ash, m. Ann (b. ca. 1825 at Kings...pton, Somerset). In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Highbridge, Sampford Brett, Somerset, with his wife Ann, their children Jane and William, and a lodger. [ref. 1di,3b]
    1. Jane SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Stogumber, Somerset. In 1851, living with her parents. [ref. 3b]
    2. William SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1849 at Stogumber. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3b]
  6. Mary SOUTHCOMB, b. ca. 1821 at Rose Ash, chr. 14 Jan 1821 at Rose Ash, m. reg. Q4 1845 at Exeter R.D., Thomas NICHOLLS (b. ca. 1814 at Poughill, Devon). In 1851, a dressmaker, living at Church Town, Poughill, with her husband (a carpenter), their sons John and Hugh, and her visiting mother. [ref. 1n,1di,3b]
    1. John NICHOLLS, b. ca. 1846 at Poughill. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. [ref. 3b]
    2. Hugh NICHOLLS, b. ca. 1848 at Poughill. In 1851, living with his parents. [ref. 3b]

References

  1. Vital records (see Sercombe Vital Records for details)
    1. parish registers of Bovey Tracey, Devon
    2. registers of Mint Lane Wesleyan Methodist Church, Exeter, Devon
    3. parish registers of Crediton, Devon
    4. parish registers of St. James, Paddington, London
    5. marriage certificate of Alice Sercombe and James Sewell Haworth, 9 Aug 1876
    6. birth certificate of Alice Sercombe, 20 Jul 1849
    7. parish registers of St. Mark, Surbiton, Surrey
    8. parish registers of Kingsbridge, Devon
    9. parish registers of Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, Devon
    10. records of Paternoster Row Wesleyan Methodist Registry, London
    11. parish registers of Hockerill, Hertfordshire
    12. Faculty Office marriage licenses
    13. indexes to civil registration in England and Wales
    14. index to civil registration in New South Wales, Australia
    15. parish registers of Bridford, Devon
    16. parish registers of Hennock, Devon
    17. parish registers of St. James, Exeter, Devon
    18. parish registers of St. David, Exeter, Devon
    19. parish registers of Kenn, Devon
    20. parish registers of Ilsington, Devon
    21. parish registers of Dunsford, Devon
    22. parish registers of St. Mary Steps, Exeter, Devon
    23. parish registers of St. Petrock, Exeter, Devon
    24. parish registers of Ide, Devon
    25. index to civil registration in Illinois
    26. parish registers of Ashton, Devon
    27. parish registers of Doddiscombsleigh, Devon
    28. registers of the Wesleyan Methodist chapel, Croydon, Surrey
    29. index to civil registration in Michigan
    30. U.S. Social Security Death Index
    31. civil registration records of Ontario, Canada
    32. parish registers of Alphington, Devon
    33. parish registers of All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon
    34. parish registers of St. Edmund, Exeter, Devon
    35. parish registers of St. Stephen, Exeter, Devon
    36. parish registers of Hornsey, Middlesex
    37. parish registers of St. Sepulchre, London
    38. registers of the Independent chapel, Dawlish, Devon
    39. parish registers of St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire
    40. parish registers of South Molton, Devon
    41. index to civil registration in New Zealand
    42. indexes to burials and cremations in New Zealand
    43. parish registers of St. Leonard, Exeter
    44. parish registers of St. Thomas, Devon
    45. parish registers of St. Andrew, Marylebone, London
    46. parish registers of Chudleigh, Devon
    47. death certificate of Emily (Sercombe) Iddings, 28 Nov 1942
    48. parish registers of Tedburn St. Mary, Devon
    49. parish registers of St. Paul, Exeter, Devon
    50. registers of Glenorchy Independent Chapel, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon (from IGI transcript, batch C063681)
    51. parish registers of Christ Church, Marylebone, London
    52. registers of the Wesleyan Chapel, Okehampton, Devon
    53. parish registers of St. Paul, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    54. parish registers of St. Phillip and St. Jacob, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    55. parish registers of St. Matthias, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    56. parish registers of St. James, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    57. parish registers of St. Marylebone, London
    58. parish registers of St. John, Bedminster, Somerset
    59. parish registers of St. Augustine, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    60. parish registers of Temple, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    61. index to civil registration in Victoria, Australia
    62. parish registers of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    63. registers of the Whitefield Congregational Church, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    64. parish registers of All Souls, Marylebone, London
    65. indexes to divorces in England and Wales
    66. parish registers of St. Dunstan, Stepney, London
    67. civil registration records of Nova Scotia
    68. index to civil registration in Massachusetts
    69. index to civil registration in Florida
    70. bishop's transcripts of St. Peter, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    71. registers of Bridge Street Congregational Church, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    72. parish registers of St. Mary's Chapel, Walcot, Somerset
    73. parish registers of St. Werburgh, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    74. index to civil registration in Manitoba
    75. parish registers of Wiveliscombe, Somerset
    76. parish registers of Basingstoke, Hampshire
    77. parish registers of Andover, Hampshire
    78. parish registers of West Quantoxhead, Somerset
    79. parish registers of North Petherton, Somerset
    80. parish registers of Evercreech, Somerset
    81. parish registers of St. Mary, Bridgwater, Somerset
    82. parish registers of Staplegrove, Somerset
    83. parish registers of Stogursey, Somerset
    84. parish registers of Stringson, Somerset
    85. parish registers of St. James, Taunton, Somerset
    86. parish registers of Christow, Devon
    87. parish registers of Bishopsteignton, Devon
    88. registers of Cross Presbyterian Chapel, Moretonhampstead, Devon
    89. parish registers of Moretonhampstead, Devon
    90. parish registers of Whitestone, Devon
    91. parish registers of St. Mary Magdalen, Taunton, Somerset
    92. parish registers of St. Luke, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire
    93. parish registers of Sampford Brett, Somerset
    94. birth certificate of Elizabeth Ann Sercombe, 29 Jul 1864
    95. parish registers of Holcombe Burnell, Devon
    96. birth certificate of Harold Wilfred Haworth, son of Alice (Sercombe) Haworth, 16 Sep 1877
    97. birth certificate of Thomas Clampitt Sercombe, 15 Feb 1841
    98. parish registers of Christ Church, Southgate, Middlesex
    99. parish registers of St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex
    100. parish registers of St. Stephen, Ealing, Middlesex
    101. parish registers of All Saints, Wandsworth, Surrey
    102. parish registers of All Saints, Paddington, Middlesex
    103. parish registers of Willesden, Middlesex
    104. parish registers of St. Mary, Lambeth, Surrey
    105. parish registers of St. Mary Magdalen, Paddington, Middlesex
    106. parish registers of St. Sidwell, Exeter, Devon
    107. parish registers of St. Kerrian, Exeter, Devon
    108. parish registers of St. John Horsleydown, Southwark, Surrey
    109. parish registers of St. Mary Abchurch, London
    110. parish registers of Kingsteignton, Devon
    111. parish registers of Ipplepen, Devon
    112. parish registers of Rose Ash, Devon
    113. parish registers of North Molton, Devon
    114. parish registers of Minehead, Somerset
    115. parish registers of St. John the Baptist, Lewes, Sussex
    116. parish registers of St. Mary (Roman Catholic), Crewe, Cheshire
    117. registers of the Independent chapel, Chudleigh, Devon
    118. parish registers of Chittlehampton, Devon
    119. parish registers of Tiverton, Devon
    120. parish registers of Cutcombe, Somerset
    121. parish registers of Bishops Nympton, Devon
    122. parish registers of Swimbridge, Devon
    123. parish registers of St. Benet Paul's Wharf, London
    124. parish registers of Cruwys Morchard, Devon
    125. parish registers of Meshaw, Devon
    126. parish registers of Satterleigh, Devon
    127. parish registers of Westleigh by Bideford, Devon
    128. birth certificate of Arthur Sercombe, 7 Jul 1843
    129. registers of the Wesleyan chapel, Ashburton, Devon
    130. parish registers of St. Matthew, Great Peter Street, Westminster, Middlesex
    131. parish registers of St. Giles, Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire
    132. parish registers of St. John, Wellington, Somerset
    133. parish registers of East Stonehouse, Devon
    134. parish registers of St. Barnabas Clapham Common, Clapham, Surrey
    135. parish registers of St. Budeaux, Devon
    136. index to civil registration in Oregon
    137. index to civil registration in California
    138. parish registers of St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex
    139. parish registers of St. Mary le Port, Bristol, Gloucestershire
    140. parish registers of Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey
    141. birth certificate of John Sircom, 28 Nov 1843
    142. death certificate of John Sercomb, 14 Feb 1854
    143. parish registers of St. Anne Soho, Westminster, Middlesex
    144. parish registers of Bridgerule, Devon
    145. parish registers of St. James, West Derby, Lancashire
    146. parish registers of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Liverpool, Lancashire
    147. burial registers of Ford Roman Catholic Cemetery, Liverpool, Lancashire
    148. parish registers of Girlington, Yorkshire
    149. parish registers of Shipley, Yorkshire
    150. parish registers of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
    151. parish registers of Appledore, Devon
    152. parish registers of Newton St. Cyres, Devon
    153. index to civil registration in Queensland, Australia
    154. registers of South London Metropolitan (now West Norwood) Cemetery, Norwood, Surrey
    155. registers of All Saints Cemetery, Kensal Green, Middlesex
    156. parish registers of Plympton St. Mary, Devon
    157. parish registers of Sutton on Plym, Devon
    158. civil registration records of British Columbia, Canada
    159. presidency transcripts of Bengal Presidency
    160. parish registers of Highweek, Devon
    161. parish registers of Wolborough, Devon
    162. parish registers of Christ Church Broadway, Westminster
    163. parish registers of St. James Croydon Common, Croydon, Surrey
    164. parish registers of St. John the Evangelist, Shirley, Surrey
    165. parish registers of St. Peter, Plymouth, Devon
    166. burial registers of Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon
  2. Wills (see Sercombe Wills for details)
    1. will of John Sercombe of Bovey Tracey, soap boiler, proved 1812
    2. will of John Clampitt Sercombe of Exeter, merchant, proved 1856
    3. will of Samuel Sercombe of Bovey Tracey, yeoman, proved 1838
    4. will of Samuel Sercombe of Bovey Tracey, yeoman, proved 1845
    5. will of William Sercombe of Exeter, salt merchant and grocer, proved 1809
    6. calendar of pre-1800 Devon wills (all now lost)
    7. will of Mary Sercombe of Exeter, widow, proved 1817
    8. will of Samuel Sercombe of Ashton, carpenter, proved 1828
    9. index to grants of probate and administration in Victoria, Australia
    10. will of Walter Shercom of Andover, proved 1657
    11. Hampshire wills index
    12. calendar of pre-1800 wills proved at Taunton
    13. will of Jefferie Shercombe of Kidsbury in Wiveliscombe, proved 1588
    14. Frederick Arthur Crisp, Abstracts of Somersetshire Wills (1887-1888)
    15. will of George Sowthcombe of Rose Ash, gentleman, proved 1595
    16. will of James Sercombe of London and Southwark, bookseller's assistant, proved 1856
  3. Censuses of the United Kingdom (see Sercombe Census Extracts for details)
    1. 1841
    2. 1851
    3. 1861
    4. 1871
    5. 1881
    6. 1891
    7. 1901
    8. 1811
    9. 1821
  4. Memorial inscriptions (see Sercombe Memorial Inscriptions for details)
    1. at St. Anne, Pleasant Valley, New Zealand
    2. at the parish church of Bridford, Devon
    3. at the parish church of Kenn, Devon
    4. at the parish church of Dunsford, Devon
    5. at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York
    6. at Ryde Cemetery, Isle of Wight
    7. at Truro Cemetery, Cornwall
    8. Commonwealth War Graves Commission Debt of Honour Register
    9. War Memorial, Bude, Cornwall
  5. Who's Who and similar reference books (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records and Sercombes in Directories for details)
    1. Methodist Who's Who, 1912
    2. Who's Who in Methodism, 1933
    3. Who's Who in the Far East, 1906
    4. Who's Who in the Midwest, 1958
    5. Who's Who in New England, 1916
  6. Newspaper and magazine articles and advertisements (see Sercombes in Newspapers and Magazines for details)
    1. Notes and Queries: advertisements 28 Sep 1867, 5 Sep 1868, and 4 Sep 1869
    2. The Times: (1) article 6 Jun 1853, (2) bankruptcy announcement 29 Apr 1903, (3) wills 16 Nov 1955, (4) bankruptcy announcement 7 Jul 1800
    3. The Times: birth, marriage, and death announcements (1) 16 Jul 1847, (2) 1 Sep 1855, (3) 8 Jan 1861, (4) 11 Sep 1866, (5) 20 Feb 1868, (6) 24 Feb 1868, (7) 6 Jan 1860, (8) 10 Jul 1856, (9) 2 Mar 1858, (10) 23 Jan 1864, (11) 22 Apr 1864, (12) 11 and 14 Dec 1875, (13) 6 Nov 1883, (14) 30 Oct 1890, (15) 12 May 1891, (16) 12 Dec 1892, (17) 4 Mar 1893, (18) 10 Aug 1893, (19) 30 Jul 1921, (20) 20 Jun 1900, (21) 24 and 25 Mar 1908, (22) 15 May 1918, (23) 31 May 1919, (24) 29 Sep 1922, (25) 25 Jan 1941, (26) 31 Aug 1927, (27) 16 Jan 1928, (28) 27 Jan 1931, (29) 11 Jan 1936, (30) 9 Oct 1963, (31) 31 Aug 1893, (32) 14 Oct 1942, (33) 29 Jan 1943, (34) 25 Jul 1946, (35) 9 Jul 1948, (36) 29 Jan 1968, (37) 25 Oct 1983, (38) 9 Jun 1882, (39) 21 Sep 1917, (40) 29 Mar 1956, (41) 4 Jun 1925, (42) 15 May 1941, (43) 13 Jul 1916
    4. Gentleman's Magazine: (1) Aug 1852 p. 195, (2) Jun 1854 p. 666, (3) Feb 1807 p. 179, (4) Dec 1865 p. 796
    5. Timaru Herald (South Canterbury, New Zealand): marriage announcement Jul 1869
    6. Hong Kong Government Gazette: (1) 14 Apr 1900, p. 571, (2) 30 Mar 1901, p. 721, (3) 1 Feb 1907, p. 110
    7. Detroit Free Press: obituary 29 Nov 2002
    8. West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser: birth and death announcements (1) 8 Apr 1853, (2) 29 Jul 1853
    9. Penn Yan Democrat (Yates County, New York): marriage announcement 4 Jul 1913
    10. Sydney Morning Herald: index to in memoriam notices
    11. Trewman's Exeter Flying Post: birth, marriage, and death announcements (1) 11 Nov 1802, (2) 19 Nov 1807, (3) 22 Sep 1836, (4) 27 Apr 1837
    12. Bristol Mercury: marriage announcement 30 Jul 1870
    13. The Daily News (London): article 6 Jan 1856
    14. Derby Evening Telegraph: obituary 14 Jun 2008
    15. Daily Telegraph (St. John, New Brunswick): birth, marriage, and death announcements (1) 25 Nov 1889. (2) 5 Sep 1881, (3) 24 Apr 1883, (4) 2 Mar 1894
    16. New York Times: engagement and marriage announcements and obituaries (1) 5 Dec 1948, (2) 19 Dec 1940, (3) 23 Apr 1962, (4) 17 Sep 1977, (5) 22 May & 2 Jun 1932, (6) 25 Mar 1931, (7) 28 Apr 1947
    17. Ottawa Citizen: obituary 3 Nov 2005
    18. South Shore Now (Nova Scotia): death notice 9 Nov 2005
    19. Boston Daily Globe: marriage announcement 18 Oct 1903
    20. Washington Post: engagement and death notices and obituaries (1) 4&5 May 1975, (2) 19 Jul 1992, (3) 6 Oct 1957
    21. South Australia Government Gazette
    22. North Devon Journal, death notice 19 Feb 1880
    23. The Cottager's Friend and Guide for the Young, Jun 1843, "Memoir of Miss Harriet Sercombe, of Exeter"
    24. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, 1884, advertisement
    25. The Journal of Education, 1885, advertisements
    26. The Musical Times, 1886, advertisements
    27. The Englishwoman's Review, 15 Jun 1881, p. 267
    28. London Gazette: (1) 11 Aug 1925 p. 5362, (2) 25 Aug 1933 p. 5608, (3) 15 Sep 1942 p. 4024, (4) 15 Jan 1924 p. 468, (5) 8 Jan 1935 p. 233
    29. Oregonian: (1) obituary 17 Aug 1999, (2) obituary 6 Jan 2008, (3) news 24 Feb 2004, (4) obituary 3 Mar 2004
    30. Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 13 Nov 1953
    31. Detroit News: obituary 9 Aug 2011
  7. Records of physicians and surgeons (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Information from the archives of St. Mary's Hospital, London
    2. 1913 Medical Register
  8. Directories (see Sercombes in Directories for details)
    1. Pigot's directory of Devon, 1822-23
    2. Pigot's directories of Devon and Gloucestershire, 1830
    3. Pigot's directories of Devon and Gloucestershire, 1844
    4. White's directory of Devon, 1850
    5. Post Office directory of London, 1851
    6. Morris's directory of Devon, 1870
    7. White's directory of Devon, 1890
    8. British telephone directories
    9. Universal British Directory, 1791
    10. Royal Kalendar, 1845
    11. Royal Kalendar, 1847
    12. Royal Kalendar, 1856
    13. Spennel's directory of Coventry and district, 1912-13
    14. Unidentified directory of Boston, Massachusetts, 1890
    15. Unidentified directory of Boston, Massachusetts, 1904
    16. Unidentified directory of Newton, Massachusetts, 1929
    17. Sketchley's directory of Bristol, 1775
    18. Browne's directory of Bristol, 1785
    19. Unidentified directory of Bristol and Bath, 1787
    20. Reed's directory of Bristol, 1792
    21. Matthews's directory of Bristol, 1795
    22. Matthews's directory of Bristol, 1797
    23. Matthews's directory of Bristol, 1798
    24. Matthews's directory of Bristol, 1799
    25. Universal British Directory, 1791
  9. Personal communications
    1. Recollections of Joan Margaret (Haworth) Morgan and Mary Christian Haworth
    2. Email from Yvonne Casley, 10 Mar 2004, re the marriage of Elizabeth Clampitt Sercombe and Henry George Holman
    3. Email from Catriona Batty, Documentation Officer, Topsham Museum, 10 Dec 2006, re Elizabeth Clampitt Sercombe and Henry George Holman
    4. Email from Jill Howes, Apr-May 2002, re her relatives in Australia and New Zealand
    5. Email from Billie McMillan, Dec 2004 - Feb 2005, re the ancestry of her husband Peter
    6. Email from Richard Cumming Sircom, 12 Aug 2002, re his relatives in Canada and Britain
    7. Email from Derek Challis, 14 Dec 2009, re his Sircom relatives in Australia
    8. Email from P. Bromley, Nov 2010
    9. Email correspondence with John Sercombe, 2007-2010
    10. Email from Ann Cave, 15 Aug 2002, re her ancestors in Norfolk and Leicester
  10. Local and family histories and compiled genealogies (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Henry Lovejoy Ambler, History of Dentistry in Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio, 1911)
    2. Cecil Torr, Wreyland Documents (Cambridge University Press, 1910)
    3. Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh and John Garner Fouse, Genealogy of the Descendants of Theobald Fouse (Fauss) (Baltimore, 1914)
    4. Jonathan Rowe and Diddie Williams, Bygone Brislington (1986)
    5. Melville Henry Massue, The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal: Being A Complete Table of All the Descendants Now Living of Edward III, King of England (London, 1905-1911)
    6. J.J. Howard and G.J. Armytage, The Visitation of London in the Year 1568 (Harleian Society, 1869)
    7. A.H. Powell, Bridgwater in the Later Days (1908)
    8. online list of mayors of Bridgwater
    9. Clare Gathercole, An Archaeological Assessment of Bridgwater
    10. Garton and King: 350 years of the Golden Hammer at Exeter Memories
    11. Exeter at Manhole Miscellany
    12. "Southcomb of Rose Ash", in Sir Bernard Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, 4th ed. (1863), and 5th ed. (1871)
  11. Records relating to immigration and emigration (see Sercombe Immigration and Emigration Records for details)
    1. passenger lists of ships arriving in Victoria, Australia
    2. passenger lists of ships leaving Britain
    3. passenger lists of ships arriving at New York
    4. passenger lists of ships arriving in Canada
  12. Book subscription lists and advertisements in books (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Subscription list in J.C. Bidwell, Rambles (1841)
    2. Advertisement in The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travelers (Boston, 1875)
  13. Non-U.K. Censuses (see Sercombe Census Extracts for details)
    1. 1881 Canada
    2. 1901 Canada
    3. 1900 United States
    4. 1920 United States
    5. 1930 United States
    6. 1911 Canada
    7. 1910 United States
    8. 1891 Canada
    9. 1880 United States
  14. Military records (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. National Archives of Canada, Soldiers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, World War I
    2. U.S. World War I draft registration cards
    3. Royal Navy seamen's service records
    4. World War I soldiers from Australia - embarkation roll
    5. World War I soldiers from Australia - nominal roll for repatriation
  15. Records of schools and universities (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. New Zealand school records and teacher lists
    2. List of early students at the University of Melbourne
    3. Calendar of Dalhousie College and University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1903)
    4. Joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses (London, 1888)
    5. J.A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses (London, 1922-1954)
    6. Philip A. Hunt and Neil A. Flanagan, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Biographical Register 1880-1974 (Oxford, 1988)
  16. New Zealand electoral rolls (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
  17. Records of apprentices, burgesses, and freemen (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Apprenticeship indentures of Dunsford, Devon
    2. Apprenticeship records of Bristol, Gloucestershire
    3. Burgess books of Bristol, Gloucestershire
    4. Apprenticeship indentures of Tedburn St. Mary, Devon
    5. Margery M. Rowe and Andrew M. Jackson, eds., Exeter Freemen 1266-1967 (Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 1973)
    6. Apprenticeship indentures of Ilsington, Devon
    7. Apprenticeships taxed by the Internal Revenue, 1710-1774
  18. Land, property, and taxation records (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Land tax assessments
    2. Hampshire Record Office catalog items regarding land and property
    3. Assessments for the lay subsidy of 1581
    4. Assessments for the poll tax of 1660
    5. Devon Record Office items regarding land and property (as cataloged at A2A)
    6. Entries in the Sun Fire Insurance policy register, 1777-1786
  19. Oath rolls and lists of donors to charity (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Donors to the rebuilding of St. Paul's Cathedral in 1678 after the Great Fire of London
    2. Devon loyalty oaths 1723 (and some earlier)
    3. Devon protestation returns 1641/2
  20. Freeholder lists (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
  21. Poor law records
    1. Kingsteignton, Devon, settlement examinations
  22. Records of particular occupations (see Sercombe Miscellaneous Records for details)
    1. Member register of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors

Families from Dunsford, Devon

Edward SOUTHCOMBE of Dunsford was assessed in 1525 for tax on goods worth £8. In 1544, he was again assessed for tax on goods worth £8.

William SOUTHCOMBE of Dunsford was assessed in 1544 for tax on goods worth £4.

Richard SOUTHCOMBE of Dunsford was assessed in 1544 for tax on goods worth £1.

Richard SOUTHCOMBE, m. Joan (bur. 1 May 1601 at Dunsford, Devon), bur. 25 Dec 1595 at Dunsford. On 10 Sep 1582, Richard was assessed tax at Dunsford for land worth £1 per year. Richard's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1595. Joan's will (also lost) was proved in the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter in 1601.

Edward SHERCOMBE, b. est. 1562, m. 9 Oct 1587 at Kenn, Devon, Mary LEY (bur. 12 Feb 1643/4 at Sowton, Devon), bur. 8 Jun 1621 at Sowton. At his death in 1621, of Sowton; his will (now lost) was proved in 1621 in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter.

  1. (probably) William SHIRCOMBE, b. est. 1590 (perhaps chr. 7 Jul 1588 at Sowton as William, son of Edward SHERMAN), m. Francis (m2. 19 Nov 1629 at Dunsford, Devon, Andrew PRESTON), bur. 4 Sep 1629 at Sowton. At his death in 1629, of Morton (i.e. Moretonhampstead, Devon); his will (now lost) was proved in 1629 in the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter.
    1. Edward SHERCOMBE, chr. 29 Sep 1616 at Sowton, m1. Grace (bur. 15 Apr 1654 at Moretonhampstead, Devon), m2. 24 Oct 1654 at Moretonhampstead, Jane SIMONS. Edward swore the protestation oath at Moretonhampstead in 1641/2. At her marriage in 1654, Jane was of Ilsington, Devon. Peter SAINTHILL, Thomas MARDON, and John WESTCOTT witnessed the marriage in 1654, which took place with consent of (presumably Jane's) parents.
      1. Elizabeth SHARCKHAM, chr. 8 Dec 1640 at Moretonhampstead.
      2. Edward SHERCOMBE, chr. 2 Feb 1650/1 at Moretonhampstead, m. 9 Oct 1677 at Moretonhampstead, Mary WOODWARD (bur. 3 Mar 1684/5 at Moretonhampstead), bur. 9 Jul 1680 at Moretonhamsptead.
        1. Joane SHERCOMBE, chr. 10 Aug 1679 at Moretonhampstead.
      3. Sarah SHERCOMB, chr. 16 Sep 1655 at Moretonhampstead, bur. 28 or 29 Mar 1657 at Moretonhampstead.
      4. John SHERCOMBE, chr. 14 Jun 1659 at Moretonhampstead, bur. 15 Mar 1689/90 at Moretonhampstead.
      5. Agnis SHERCOMBE, chr. 27 Nov 1664 at Moretonhampstead, m. 26 Oct 1686 at Moretonhampstead, Richard WORTHY.
    2. Elizabeth SHERCUM, chr. 23 Jan 1616/7(?) at Dunsford.
    3. John SHERCUME, chr. 21 Dec 1619 at Dunsford.
    4. Mary SHERCUME, chr. 1 Sep 1622 at Dunsford.
    5. Richard SHERCOMB, chr. 5 Aug 1627 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, bur. 15 Jun 1628 at Moretonhampstead.
    6. Frances SHIRCOMBE, chr. 19 Jul 1629 at Moretonhampstead, bur. 30 Sep 1629 at Moretonhampstead.
  2. Alice SHERCOMBE, chr. 29 Jul 1593 at Sowton.
  3. Henry SHERCOMB, chr. 4 Jan 1595/6 at Sowton, bur. 19 Jun 1639 at Sowton. At his death in 1639, of Pinhoe, Devon; his will (now lost) was proved in 1639 the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter.
  4. Edwarde SHERCOMBE, chr. 10 Aug 1598 at Kenn. Swore the protestation oath at Sowton in 1641/2.
  5. James SHERCOMBE, chr. 20 Nov 1600 at Kenn, bur. 23 Jan 1600/1 at Kenn.
  6. Thomas SHERCOMBE, chr. 15 Nov 1601 at Kenn, bur. 8 Apr 1602 at Kenn.
  7. Samuell SHERCOMBE, chr. 9 Sep 1604 at Sowton, bur. 6 Apr 1640 at Sowton.
Edward SOUTHCOMBE, b. est. 1572, m1. [unknown] (bur. 31 Jul 1598 at Dunsford, Devon), m2. ca. 1598 Christian (bur. 16 Apr 1621 at Dunsford), m3. ca. 1621 Elizabeth (bur. 12 Dec 1621 at Dunsford), bur. 2 Mar 1631/2 at Dunsford. In 1610, had a tenant William GERMAN who had a child baptized at Dunsford. A churchwarden of Dunsford in 1628/9; made his mark on the bishop's transcript of the parish register for that year. Edward's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1631/2.
  1. A son, bur. 19 Mar 1597/8 at Dunsford.
  2. Elizabeth SOUTHCOME, chr. 13 Jun 1599 at Dunsford.
  3. Grace SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 4 Nov 1600 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon. (The parish register of Dunsford also records the baptism of a child of Edward SOUTHCOMBE on 4 Nov 1600, but the child's name is blank.)
  4. Richard SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 10 Jun 1602 at Dunsford, bur. 24 Apr 1626 at Dunsford.
  5. Humphrey SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 22 Mar 1604/5 at Dunsford, m. 10 Nov 1634 at Dunsford, Jane COTLEY.
    1. Edward SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 13 Sep 1635 at Dunsford.
Edward SHARCOMB, b. est. 1598, m. 19 May 1623 at Drewsteignton, Devon, Margrett TRIPE. At his marriage in 1623, of Dunsford, Devon.

Richard SHERCUM, b. est. 1603, m. 5 May 1628 at Dunsford, Devon, Mary CHAMBER (bur. 28 Mar 1678 at Shobrooke, Devon), bur. 17 Feb 1657/8 at Shobrooke. Richard swore the protestation oath at Shobrooke in 1641/2. On 10 Feb 1641/2, a miller of Shobrooke, he leased "a house, two grist mills called Gutton Mills, 2 closes called Mill Closes, containing about 6 acres, an orchard, and a little herbour" in Shobrooke parish, for 99 years or his life and those of his wife Mary, their son Edward, and their daughter Elizabeth. He paid £70 for the lease, with rent of £11 plus a capon and a heriot of £1. He also gave a bond of £60 for the observance of covenants. His will (now lost) was proved in the Exeter archdeaconry court in 1661. Mary's will (also now lost) was proved in the same court in 1678.

  1. Edward SHARCOMBE, chr. 25 Jan 1628/9 at Shobrooke. Listed on his father's lease in Feb 1641/2.
  2. Mary SHERCOMB, chr. 30 Jan 1630/1 at Shobrooke, m. 25 Sep 1655 at Shobrooke, John CROOKE.
  3. Elizabeth SHARCOMB, chr. 26 May 1633 at Shobrooke, prob. m. by Faculty Office license 14 Feb 1662/3, John MARWOOD. Listed on her father's lease in Feb 1641/2.
    1. John MORWOOD, chr. 16 Jan 1663/4 at Shobrooke.
  4. Richard SHARCOMBE, chr. 15 Mar 1634/5 at Shobrooke. His will (now lost) was proved in the Exeter archdeaconry court in 1679.
  5. William SHARCOMBE, chr. 12 Mar 1636/7 at Shobrooke, bur. 26 Jan 1678/9 at Shobrooke. In Trinity term 1678, a yeoman, late of Shobrooke, involved in a lawsuit about various property (including two mills) in Shobrooke. In 1678, of Shobrooke, contributed 1s. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's Cathedral following the Great Fire of London. William's will (now lost) was proved in the Exeter archdeaconry court in 1678 (presumably 1678/9).
  6. Grace SHARCUMBE, chr. 8 Aug 1647 at Shobrooke.
Thomas SIRCOMBE, b. est. 1603, m. 14 Jul 1628 at Sowton, Grace HORNE (bur. 25 Aug 1676 at Dunsford, Devon), bur. 22 Apr 1655 at Dunsford. Thomas swore the protestation oath at Dunsford in 1641/2. In the 1660 poll tax, Grace was assessed at Dunsford for property worth £8. Grace's will (now lost) was proved in the Principal Registry of the Bishop of Exeter in 1677.
  1. Grace SHERCUM, chr. 24 Jun 1633 at Dunsford, bur. 18 Apr 1634 at Dunsford.
  2. William SHERCOMB, chr. 25 Jan 1634/5 at Dunsford, m. 16 May 1656 at Dunsford, after banns, Margarett FOOT. At their marriage in 1656, William and Margaret were both of Dunsford; John WESTCOTT witnessed their marriage. William and his wife were assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of William's mother Grace.
    1. Grace SHERCOMB, chr. 2 Mar 1656/7 at Dunsford.
  3. Grace SHERCUMBE, chr. 28 Dec 1636 at Dunsford.
  4. Joane SHERCUMBE, chr. 24 Feb 1638/9 at Dunsford, bur. 17 Jun 1672 at Dunsford. Assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of Henry HARRES at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon.
  5. John SHIRCOMBE, b. by 1644, m. 12 Aug 1679 at Dunsford, Joane BURRADGE (bur. 23 Oct 1709 at Dunsford), bur. 15 Jan 1679/80 at Dunsford in a wool shroud. Assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of his mother Grace. In 1678, of Dunsford, contributed 4d. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's Cathedral following the Great Fire of London. John's will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1679. Joan's will (also lost) was proved in the same court in 1709. In 1709, Joan was of Ashton.
  6. Sarah SHIRCOMBE, chr. 30 Dec 1643 at Dunsford, m. 8 Jul 1679 at Dunsford, Christopher SHEERES. Assessed for the 1660 poll tax in the household of her mother Grace. In 1678, of Dunsford, contributed 2d. to the rebuilding of St. Paul's.
  7. Richard SHERCUMBE, chr. 8 Feb 1645/6 at Dunsford.
William SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMB, b. est. 1620, m. 27 Oct 1646 at Bridford, Devon, Agnes AMERIE (bur. 11 Feb 1663/4 at Bridford), bur. 2 Feb 1672/3 at Bridford.
  1. William SIRCOMBE, chr. 3 Jan 1658/9 at Bridford, m. Ann.
    1. Ann SHERCUMB, chr. 27 Feb 1686/7 at Bridford.
    2. Mary SHIRCOMBE, chr. 27 Oct 1689 at Bridford, bur. 25 Aug 1696 at Bridford.
    3. Agnis SIRCOMBE, chr. 18 Oct 1692 at Bridford, bur. 26 Aug 1711 at Bridford.
    4. John SIRCOMBE, b. 27 Feb 1696/7, chr. 21 Mar 1696/7 at Bridford.
    5. Thomas SIRCOMBE, b. 11 Apr 1702, chr. 12 May 1702 at Bridford, m. 6 Oct 1726 at Bridford, Elizabeth PARR, bur. 5 Aug 1759 at Holcombe Burnell, Devon.
      1. Mary SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 28 Jul 1728 at Bridford, m. 4 Nov 1756 at Dunsford, Devon, by banns, John HAWKINS. In 1756, Mary was of Dunsford, and John was of Holcombe Burnell; Mary's father Thomas (or perhaps her brother Thomas) witnessed their marriage. Ancestor of researcher Lorraine Hawkins.
      2. Elizabeth SYRCOMBE, chr. 11 Feb 1730/1 at Bridford, bur. 26 Feb 1730/1 at Bridford.
      3. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Feb 1731/2 at Bridford, m. 27 Oct 1760 at Dunsford by banns, Richard CRUMP. Elizabeth's father Thomas (or perhaps her brother Thomas) was a witness at her marriage in 1760. Ancestor of researchers Mark D. Herber and Ray Gregory.
      4. William SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 5 Mar 1733/4 at Bridford, m. 14 Apr 1762 at Dunsford, Agnes HAWKINS (of Holcombe Burnell, b. ca. 1733, bur. 13 Mar 1817 at Dunsford), bur. 10 Feb 1820 at Dunsford. In 1762, William's marriage was witnessed by Esther BARRETT. In 1805, William was of Doddiscombsleigh. In 1811, William and Agnes were living at Easternhill, Doddiscombsleigh, with their son John and his family. In 1817, Agnes was of East Hill, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1820, William was of Doddiscombsleigh.
        1. John SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMB, chr. 11 Mar 1764 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 21 May 1793 at Dunsford, Devon, Mary SEWARD (b. ca. 1765, d. reg. Q1 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 30 Mar 1851 at Doddiscombsleigh), d. 26 Sep 1845, d. reg. Q4 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 2 Oct 1845 at Doddiscombsleigh. William SERCOMBE, probably John's father, witnessed the marriage in 1793. In 1793, 1797, 1804, 1808, and 1811, of Doddiscombsleigh. In 1811, John and Mary were living in the household of John's parents, with their children Thomas, Mary, Elizabeth, Anna Maria, John, and William. Made will 4 Aug 1842. In 1842, a farmer, of Doddiscombsleigh. At his death in 1845, of Eastern Hill, Doddiscombsleigh. At her death in 1851, Mary was of Eastern Hill.
          1. (probably) Thomas SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1792, d. 14 Jan 1836 aged 43, bur. 19 Jan 1836 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1811, living with his parents. In 1836, of Sextons, Doddiscombsleigh.
          2. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1795, bur. 26 Nov 1811 at Dunsford. In 1811, living with her parents.
          3. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 6 Aug 1797 at Dunsford, m. 20 Aug 1818 at Doddiscombsleigh, George HALSE. In 1811, living with her parents. In 1818, Elizabeth was of Doddiscombsleigh, and George was of Dunchideock.
          4. Anna Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1799 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 26 Jun 1832 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter, Devon, James ESWORTHY (b. ca. 1793 at Dunchideock, Devon). In 1811, living with her parents. The marriage in 1832 was witnessed by John SERCOMBE (probably Anna's father) and John COP. In 1851, Anna was living at Dunchideock with her husband James (an agricultural laborer).
          5. John SERCOMBE, chr. 6 May 1804 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. reg. Q1 1875 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 6 Feb 1875 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1811, living with his parents. In 1845, a yeoman, of Doddiscombsleigh. In 1851, a farmer of 40 acres, living at Eastham Hill Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his niece Diana, nephew John, a servant, and a nurse. In 1861, a farm servant in the STANBURY household at Great Heckworthy Farm, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon. In 1871, a labourer, servant in the STANBUARY household at Great Heackworthy, Tedburn St. Mary. In 1875, of Hucksworthy, Tedburn St. Mary.
          6. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1806 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, chr. 29 May 1808 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 27 Mar 1831 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, Priscilla EDWARDS (b. ca. 1806 at Morchard Bishop or Cruwys Morchard, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 14 Dec 1873 at Doddiscombsleigh), d. reg. Q3 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 19 Sep 1869 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1811, living with his parents. At their marriage in Mar 1831, Priscilla was of Exeter St. Sidwell; William was a sojourner there; and the witnesses were William EDWARDS and John SQUANCE. At his daughter's baptism in Nov 1831, a laborer, of Dunchideock, Devon. At his children's baptisms in 1835, 1839, and 1844, a labourer, of King's Court, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Shipping Cot, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Priscilla and their daughters Mary and Priscilla. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Spanish Lake Cottages, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Priscilla and their grandson Francis. At his death in 1869, of Parsonage Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1871, Priscilla was living at Parsonage Cottage, with her daughter Diana's children Francis SERCOMBE and Emily Jane RIDGWAY. At her death in 1873, Priscilla was of Parsonage Cottage.
            1. Diana or Dinah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1831 at Dunchideock, chr. 6 Nov 1831 at Dunchideock, m1. reg. Q1 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., John BIDDER or RIDDER, m2. reg. Q4 1859 at Newton Abbot R.D., Thomas RIDGWAY (b. ca. 1835 at Chudleigh, Devon). In 1851, housekeeper for her father' brother John. At her son's baptism in 1852, of Shipper, Doddiscombsleigh. At Chudleigh in Nov 1858, banns were called once (but then withdrawn) for a marriage between Dianah SERCOMBE and John LAMACROFT. In 1861, living at New Exeter Street, Chudleigh, with her husband Thomas (an agricultural laborer) and their children Emily and William.
              1. Francis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 Nov 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, a scholar, living with his maternal grandparents. In 1871, an indoor farm laborer, living with his maternal grandmother.
              2. Emily Jane RIDGWAY, b. ca. 1859 at Chudleigh. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1871, living with her mother's mother.
              3. William C.H. RIDGWAY, b. ca. Feb 1861 at Chudleigh. In 1861, living with his mother.
            2. Mary Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1835 at Doddiscombsleigh, chr. 25 Jan 1835 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q3 1863 at Exeter R.D., Robert COLDRIDGE (b. ca. 1828 at Doddiscombsleigh). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a servant in the OSMOND household at 14 Richmond Terrace, Exeter St. David. In 1881, living at 45 Coombe Street, Exeter, with her husband Richard (a general laborer) and their son William.
              1. William J. COLDRIDGE, b. ca. 1865 at Exeter. In 1881, an errand boy, living with his parents.
            3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1839 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1839 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 16 Jun 1839 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q2 1885 (sic), Maria Fast WILLS (b. ca. 1842 at Dittisham, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1905 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1900 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1851, a servant for his uncle John. In 1861, a servant in the LOWTON household at Hill Cottage, Dunchideock. In 1871, a railway porter, living at 3b Higher Union Lane, Torquay (parish of Tormoham), Devon, with his wife Maria and daughters Emma and Alice. In 1881, a railway porter, living at 4 Church Street 5 Rear, Tormoham, with his wife Maria (a railway porter) and daughters Emma, Alice, Millina, Louisa, Margaret, and Mary. In 1891, a railway porter, living at 4 Church Street, Tormoham, with his wife Maria and children Emma, Louisa, Margaret, Mary, William, and Minnie. In 1901, Maria was living on her own means at 9 Marlboro Terrace, Torquay, with her children William, Mary, and Minnie and her daughter Emma's daughter Caroline.
              1. Emma Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Torquay, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1867 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q4 1891 at Newton Abbot R.D., Charles James HEYDON (b. ca. 1866 at Gosport). In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, living with her parents. In 1901, living at Newcomen Road, Dartmouth, Devon, with her husband Charles (a laborer) and their children Sydney, Emma, and William.
                1. Sydney H. HEYDON, b. ca. 1893 at Dartmouth. In 1901, living with his parents.
                2. Caroline Alice Maud HAYDON, b. ca. 1895 at Dartmouth. In 1901, living with her mother's mother.
                3. Emma R. HEYDON, b. ca. 1896 at Dartmouth. In 1901, living with her parents.
                4. William P. HEYDON, b. ca. 1899 at Dartmouth. In 1901, living with his parents.
              2. Alice Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1870 at Torquay, b. reg. Q1 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1894 at Newton Abbot R.D., Benjamin Herbert JAMES (b. ca. 1864 at Clerkenwell, London). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general servant in the SMITH household at 26 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London. In 1901, living at 17 Lofting Road, Islington, with her husband Benjamin (a furniture remover) and their son Benjamin.
                1. Benjamin H. JAMES, b. ca. 1895 at Islington. In 1901, living with his parents.
              3. Melinda Blanche SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Torquay, b. reg. Q2 1873 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1901 at Newton Abbot R.D., either William Alfred BOND or Fred SKINNER. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general servant in the ELIOT household at 118 Union Street, Torquay. In 1901, a parlormaid in the LEE household at San(?) Arms, Belgrave Road, Torquay.
              4. Priscilla Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Torquay, b. reg. Q4 1874 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, living with her parents.
              5. Margaret Rosina SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Torquay, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 27 Aug 1904 at Paignton, Devon, m. reg. Q3 1904 at Totnes R.D., William Thomas BLAKE (b. ca. 1879, son of George Henry BLAKE, a sailor, who d. by 1904). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, living with her parents. In 1901, a cook at the Nurse Institute, Torquay. At her marriage in 1904, of 5 Gothards, Courthard Road, Paignton; William was a mason, of 2 Gordon Terrace, Paignton; the witnesses were William George SERCOMBE (Rosina's brother) and Mary Jane BLAKE.
                1. George H. BLAKE, b. reg. Q2 1912 at Totnes R.D.
                2. Gladys M. BLAKE, b. reg. Q2 1914 at Totnes R.D.
              6. Mary Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at Torquay, b. reg. Q4 1878 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a laundress, living with her mother. In 1911, a laundress, living at 7 Victoria Square, Crewkerne, Somerset, with an assistant.
              7. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1881 at Torquay, b. reg. Q4 1881 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1906 at Newton Abbot R.D., Amelia Elizabeth C. POWELL (b. ca. 1881 at Torquay, d. reg. Q4 1963 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1945 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a postman, living with his mother. In 1911, a postman, living at 9 Kenwyn Road, Torquay, with his wife Amelia and their son Donald.
                1. Donald John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Torquay, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Newton Abbot R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1931 at Newton Abbot R.D., Agnes M. CLARKE (b. ca. 1907, d. reg. Q4 1941 at Southport R.D.), m2. reg. Q4 1942 at Southport R.D., Mona WOOD, d. reg. Q1 1963 at Plymouth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              8. Minnie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Torquay, b. reg. Q2 1884 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1926 at Islington R.D., Edwin H. BRADY. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother. In 1911, a general domestic servant in the SLATE household at 67 Marquess Road, Canonbury, London.
            4. Priscilla SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Doddiscombsleigh, chr. 25 Aug 1844 at Doddiscombsleigh, prob. m. Dec 1866 at the Register Office, Tiverton, Devon, m. reg. Q4 1866 at Tiverton R.D., Samuel John WHITE (b. ca. 1844 at Newton, Devon). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a housemaid in the WARD household at Elm Brook Villa, North Road, Exeter. At her marriage in 1866, of Tiverton; Samuel was a coachman, also of Tiverton. In 1871, living at Hundiscombe Cottage, North Road, Plymouth, with her husband Samuel (a gardener) and their daughters Priscilla and Emily. Ancestor of researcher Barbara Reeve.
              1. Priscilla WHITE, b. ca. 1866 at Tiverton. In 1871, living with her parents.
              2. Emily WHITE, b. ca. 1867 at Tiverton. In 1871, living with her parents.
        2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 15 Nov 1770 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 17 Sep 1805 at Holcombe Burnell, Richard RICE. In 1805, Elizabeth was of Holcombe Burnell, and Richard was of Newton St. Cyres, Devon; Willom SERCOMBE (probably Elizabeth's father) witnessed their marriage.
      5. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Dec 1736 at Dunsford, m. 3 Nov 1763 at Holcombe Burnell, Edward HAWKINS. In 1763, Ann and Edward were both of Holcombe Burnell; their marriage was witnessed by Ann's father (or brother) Thomas SIRCOMBE and by Thomas NORRISH.
      6. John SYRCOME, chr. 19 Oct 1738 at Dunsford, bur. 31 Jul 1805 at Dunsford.
      7. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Dec 1740 at Dunsford, found dead in a field in the parish of Holcombe Burnell, bur. 3 Nov 1805 at Dunsford. In 1805, Thomas was of Holcombe Burnell. He died intestate. His brothers William and George were appointed administrators of his estate and swore that his effects were worth less than £200.
      8. George SERCOMBE, chr. 5 Apr 1743 at Dunsford, m. 19 Dec 1776 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, Jane SANDFORD (m2. 31 Oct 1815 at Holcombe Burnell, Thomas HONEYWILL of Holcombe Burnell, a gentleman), bur. 9 Mar 1812 at Dunsford. In 1776, of Dunsford. George's marriage in 1776 was witnessed by Elizabeth CHICHESTER and William SANFORD. In 1805, of Holcombe Burnell. In 1812, a yeoman in Holcombe Burnell. Made will 3 Mar 1812, leaving £5 each to his son George and daughters Mary and Ann, but cutting off his daughter Sarah with a shilling.
        1. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Dec 1777 at Holcombe Burnell, bur. 9 Feb 1789 at Dunsford.
        2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Jan 1779 at Holcombe Burnell, prob. d. by 1812.
        3. George SERCOMBE, chr. 20 Aug 1780 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 23 Jan 1810 at Holcombe Burnell, Ann DYMOND, bur. 23 Oct 1816 at Dunsford. In 1810, George and Ann were both of Holcombe Burnell. At his burial in 1816, George was of Ide, Devon. At his son George's marriage in 1837 (posth.), he was a farmer.
          1. Robert SERCOMBE, chr. 20 May 1810 at Holcombe Burnell, bur. 15 Feb 1824 at Alphington, Devon.
          2. George SERCOMBE, b. 9 Nov 1812 at Alphington, chr. 29 Nov 1812 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 15 Oct 1837 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon, m. reg. Q4 1837 at Exeter R.D., Agnes KNAPMAN (b. ca. 1808 at Drewsteignton, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1872 at Exeter R.D.), d. by 1861. At his marriage in 1837, a brewer, of South Street, Exeter. In 1851, a carrier's porter, living at Sun Street, Exeter, with his wife Agnes and their children William, Anna, George, and Ellen. At his daughter Hannah's marriage in 1860 (perh. posth.), a brewer. In 1861, Agnes was a housekeeper, living at Sun Street with her children William, Hannah, George, and Ellen and three lodgers. In 1871, Agnes was living at 8 Sun Street with her son George and a lodger.
            1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1863 at Exeter R.D., Elizabeth WESCOMB (b. ca. 1828 at Exeter, d. reg. Q4 1904 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1877 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a porter, living with his mother. In 1871, a waggoner porter, living at Rack Street, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth (a charwoman) and daughter Ellen. In 1881, Elizabeth was a charwoman, living at 18 Rack Street, Exeter, with her daughter Ellen. In 1891, she was a charwoman, living at 20½ Sun Street, Exeter. In 1901, she was living at 21 Sun Street, Exeter.
              1. Ellen Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1865 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1882 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her mother.
            2. Hannah or Anna SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1840 at Exeter, m. 28 May 1860 at St. Mary Major, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1860 at Exeter R.D., William PEARCY (b. ca. 1836, son of William PEARCY, a tailor). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1860, of Sun Street; William was a plumber, also of Sun Street; the witnesses were Samuel FORD and Sarah SMITH. In 1861, living with her mother (under her maiden name but enumerated as married).
            3. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Exeter St. Mary Major, m. reg. Q2 1881 at Exeter R.D., Anne "Annie" MILES (b. ca. 1857 at Exeter St. Mary Major, d. reg. Q1 1892 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1902 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861 and 1871, a porter, living with his mother. In 1881, a carrier porter, living at 23 Sun Street with his wife Annie and a lodger. In 1891, a porter, living at Synagogue Place, Exeter, with his wife Anne and their children Sofey, William, Clara, Ellen, and Betty. In 1901, a general dealer and porter, living at 7 Grendon Buildings, Exeter, with his children Sophia, William, Clara, Nellie, and Beatrice.
              1. Sophie Agnes or Agnes Sophie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1882 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., Harold (Harry) Arundle HAWKES (b. ca. 1871 at Exeter). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a parcel packer, living with her father. In 1911, living at 15 Clinton Street, St. Thomas, with her husband Harry (a furnace stoker for a firm or gas engineers) and their children Beatrice, Harry, Olive, Edna, Agnes, and Ernest.
                1. (stepdaughter) Beatrice HAWKES, b. ca. 1898 at Exeter. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                2. (stepdaughter) Harry HAWKES, b. ca. 1900 at Exeter. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                3. Olive HAWKES, b. ca. 1905 at Exeter. In 1911, living with her parents.
                4. Edna HAWKES, b. ca. 1906 at Exeter. In 1911, living with her parents.
                5. Agnes HAWKES, b. ca. 1907 at Exeter. In 1911, living with her parents.
                6. Ernest HAWKES, b. ca. Oct 1900 at Exeter. In 1911, living with his parents.
                7. Sidney George HAWKES, b. reg. Q2 1912 at St. Thomas R.D. Ancestor of researcher Brenda Roe.
                8. Albert H. HAWKES, b. reg. Q4 1913 at Exeter R.D.
                9. Leonard S. HAWKES, b. reg. Q1 1915 at St. Thomas R.D.
                10. Elfreda M. HAWKES, b. reg. Q1 1917 at St. Thomas R.D.
                11. Francis F. HAWKES, b. reg. Q4 1918 at St. Thomas R.D.
              2. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., Ellen BREWER (b. ca. 1883 at Exeter, d. reg. Q3 1956 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1949 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a tobacco warehouseman, living with his father. In 1911, a tobacco presser for a tobacco manufacturer, living at 11 Cecil Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Ellen and their children Florence, Bertie, and Ivy.
                1. Florence SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1904 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1904 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                2. Albert Edward "Bertie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1905 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1943 at Totnes R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                3. Ivy Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1931 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
                4. Another child, d. by 1911.
                5. Olive M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1935 at Mansfield R.D., Archibald W. WEBSTER.
                  1. Frank A. WEBSTER, b. reg. Q2 1928 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Eric G. WEBSTER, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Exeter R.D.
                6. Sidney F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1925 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1950 at Exeter R.D.
              3. Clara SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., Ernest Albert BASTIN (b. ca. 1883 at Exeter). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a tobacco hand, living with her father. In 1911, living at 10 Churchill Road, St. Thomas, with her husband Ernest (a foreman candle maker for a soap and candle manufacturer) and their children Ernest and Rosalind.
                1. Ernest BASTIN, b. ca. 1907 at Exeter. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Rosalind BASTIN, b. ca. 1909 at Exeter. In 1911, living with her parents.
              4. Ellen Elizabeth "Nellie" SERCOMBE, b. 5 Jul 1887 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1887 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1914 at Exeter R.D., Albert DOROTHY, d. reg. Q4 1973 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father. In 1911, a servant in the BERRY household at 12 Grendons Buildings, Preston Street, Exeter.
                1. Clifford A. DOROTHY, b. reg. Q1 1915 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Muriel A. DOROTHY, b. reg. Q2 1916 at Exeter R.D.
              5. Beatrice Lilly "Betty" SERCOMBE, b. 18 Dec 1888 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1889 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1975 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father.
            4. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1847 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1866 at Exeter R.D., Joseph WILLS (b. ca. 1845 at Exeter). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, a book binder, living with her mother. In 1871, living at Paul Street, Exeter, with her husband Joseph (a soda water manufactory laborer) and their children Joseph and Ellen.
              1. Joseph WILLS, b. ca. 1868 at Exeter. In 1871, living with his parents.
              2. Ellen Agnes WILLS, b. ca. Oct 1870 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1870 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, living with her parents.
        4. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 8 Mar 1785 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 2 Aug 1804 at Holcombe Burnell, John LAMACRAFT. In 1804, Mary was of Holcombe Burnell, and John was of Dunsford.
        5. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Aug 1788 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 14 Feb 1810 at Holcombe Burnell, Joseph LAMACRAFT. In 1810, Sarah was of Holcombe Burnell, and Joseph was of Dunsford.

          Top: signature of Richard Scanes as a witness at the marriage of William Southcombe in 1783. Bottom: signature of Richard Scanes at his own marriage to Susanna Sercombe in 1785.
        6. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Oct 1790 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 7 Feb 1809 at Holcombe Burnell, William LITTLEJOHN. In 1809, Ann was of Holcombe Burnell, and William was a sojourner there.
      9. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Apr 1745 at Dunsford, m. 10 Jul 1770 at Dunsford, after banns 3 Jun 1770 at Tedburn St. Mary, William WARREN (of Tedburn St. Mary). Sarah's eldest brother William was a witness at her marriage in 1770. Ancestor of researcher Jenny Beveridge.
      10. Susanna SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Feb 1747/8 at Dunsford, m. 27 Apr 1785 by banns at Dunsford, Richard SCANES. At her marriage in 1785, of Dunsford; Richard was of Alphington; the marriage was witnessed by George SERCOMBE, probably Susanna's brother. In 1783, Richard witnessed the marriage of William SOUTHCOMBE (how related?).
  2. Mary SHERCOMB, chr. 24 Jan 1663/4 at Bridford, bur. 26 Jan 1663/4 at Bridford.
William SERCOMBE, b. est. 1656, m1. 29 Nov 1681 at Bovey Tracey, Devon, Elizabeth TOWNSEND (bur. 28 Jun 1695 at Dunchideock, Devon), m2. 5 Dec 1695 at Dunchideock, Mary HIX (bur. 4 Nov 1713 at Dunchideock), bur. 9 Apr 1720 at Dunchideock. In 1695, Mary swore the affidavit that Elizabeth had been buried in wool. On Mary's death in 1713, the Dunchideock overseers of the poor paid William 7s. 6d. (Is this William SIRCOMBE?)
  1. Elizabeth SURCOM, chr. 19 Sep 1682 at Bovey Tracey, bur. 13 Dec 1682 at Bovey Tracey.
  2. William SURCOMBE, chr. 1 Nov 1686 at Dunchideock, bur. 7 Jul 1704 at Bovey Tracey.
  3. Thomas CYRCOMBE, chr. 1 May 1688 at Dunchideock. (Is this Thomas CIRCOMB?)
  4. John SYRCOMBE, chr. 31 Oct 1691 at Dunchideock, m. 18 May 1714 at Dunchideock, Joan THOMAS (daughter of Roger THOMAS and Joan), bur. 8 Jan 1748/9 at Dunsford. At her marriage in 1714, Joan was of Dunsford. In 1748/9, known as "John Syrcome senior".
    1. Elizabeth SYRCOMB, chr. 16 Nov 1714 at Dunsford, Devon, bur. 28 Nov 1714 at Dunsford.
    2. John SERCOMBE, chr. 25 Sep 1718 at Dunsford.
    3. Betty SYRCOMBE, chr. 11 May 1721 at Dunsford, m. 4 Oct 1744 at Dunsford, Thomas WILLS.
    4. William SYRCOMBE, chr. 7 Aug 1724 at Dunsford, m. 9 Feb 1745/6 at Bridford, Devon, Ann ROWE.
      1. Mary SYRCOME, bur. 1 Jan 1747/8 at Dunsford.
      2. William SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Dec 1748 at Dunsford, m. 21 Oct 1771 at Dunsford, Mary COX (b. ca. 1746, bur. 14 Sep 1825 at Dunsford). John COX was a witness at the marriage in 1771. At his son's baptism in 1788, a pauper. In 1821, Mary was living in the household of her son Joseph. At her death in 1825, she was of Oak Cottage, Dunsford, Devon. Posthumously, at his son James's second marriage in 1840, a husbandman.
        1. Susanna SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Aug 1772 at Dunsford, m. 23 Jan 1795 at Ide, Devon, after banns begun 4 Jan 1795, William SNELL. In 1783, Susanna was apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford, with consent, to Joseph TUCKER of Ide. William TOOSE and John SOWDON witnessed the marriage in 1795.
        2. John SERCOMBE, chr. 15 May 1774 at Dunsford. In 1782, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to William ROLSON of Doddiscombsleigh, for Great Fulford.
        3. William SERCOMBE, chr. 8 Sep 1776 at Dunsford. In 1786, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to William SEWARD, for South Cotley.
        4. Maria SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Sep 1778 at Dunsford, m. 7 Sep 1800 by banns at Dunsford, James CAZELY. In 1786, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Wilmot BERRY, for Porch House.
        5. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 14 Jun 1781 at Dunsford, m1. 31 Mar 1807 at Ide, Devon, after banns begun 15 Mar 1807, Elizabeth WILLS (b. ca. 1783, bur. 14 Oct 1817 at Ide), m2. 14 Oct 1821 at St. Mary Steps, Exeter, Devon, Sarah (m1. CARN, wid. by 1821), bur. 9 Apr 1837 at Holy Trinity, Exeter. In 1793, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Thomas GRAY, for Main. At their marriage in 1807, Samuel and Elizabeth were both legally resident in Ide; the witnesses were Joseph WILLS, Joseph DEL (?), and Joseph HELLYER. At his children's baptisms in 1813 and 1816, Samuel was a laborer, of Ide. At her death in 1817, Elizabeth was of Ide. George BENNETT and James THOMPSON witnessed Samuel's second marriage in 1821.
          1. John SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Jan 1808 at Ide, m. 27 Jul 1834 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, after banns begun 6 Jul 1834, Ann GRANGER (b. ca. 1811 at Starcross, Devon), d. reg. Q1 1871 at Exeter R.D. Samuel SERCOMBE (probably John's father) and Fanny GRANT (relationship unknown) witnessed the marriage in 1834. In 1844, a gardener, of Southernhay Street, Exeter. In 1850, a gardener at East Southernhay, Exeter. In 1851, a market gardener of 42 acres, employing one laborer and one boy, living at Southernhay, Exeter, with his wife Ann, her mother, and a servant. In 1861, a master gardener, living at East Southernhay, Exeter Holy Trinity, with his wife Ann, nephew John Samuel SERCOMBE, and niece Eliza DAVY. In 1871, Ann was a market gardener, living at 37 Southernhay East, Exeter Holy Trinity, with John's nephew Robert SERCOMBE, niece Eliza DAVEY, nephew John S. DAVEY, and cousin Ann WILLS (a dressmaker, b. ca. 1817 at Whitestone). In 1881, Ann was a market gardener, living at 37 Southernhay, Exeter, with John's niece Eliza DAVEY.
          2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1810 at Alphington, Devon, chr. 13 Jan 1811 at Ide, m1. IRELAND (d. by 1835), m2. 25 Sep 1838 at St. Thomas, m2. reg. Q3 1838 at St. Thomas R.D., Samuel VOOGHT (son of Thomas VOOGHT), m3. 22 Dec 1846 at Kenn, m3. reg. Q4 1846 at St. Thomas R.D., John DAVEY (b. ca. 1800 at Dunchideock, Devon, son of Joseph DAVEY, a laborer). At her second marriage in 1838, of St. Thomas; her husband Samuel was a husbandman, of Kenn; the witnesses were William SERCOMBE (probably Elizabeth's brother) and John TOOTELL. At her third marriage in 1846, of Kenn; her husband John was a laborer, also of Kenn; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (probably Elizabeth's brother) and Mary Ann TRISH (or IRISH?). In 1851, living at Kenn with her husband John (an agricultural laborer), their children Eliza and John, and her husband's aunt and cousin.
            1. Eliza DAVEY, b. ca. 1848 at Kenn. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a servant, living with her mother's brother John. In 1871 a general domestic servant, living with Ann, widow of her mother's brother John. In 1881, a market gardener, living with Ann.
            2. John Samuel DAVEY, b. ca. Aug 1850 at Kenn, b. reg. Q3 1850 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1871, a gardener, living with Ann, widow of his mother's brother John.
          3. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1812 at Alphington or Ide, chr. 26 Feb 1813 at Ide, m. 14 Aug 1836 at St. Mary Arches, Exeter, Mary BULFORD (b. ca. 1813 at Hawkchurch, Dorset, d. reg. Q3 1900 at Cuckfield R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1877 at St. Thomas R.D. At his children's baptisms in 1843, 1845, and 1847, a mason, of Ide. At his son's baptism in 1850, a laborer, of Ide. In 1851, a stone mason, lodging at Bachelers Hall, Mill Cottages, Lydford, Devon; Mary was a needlewoman, living at Taylors, Ide, with her children John, George, Mary, William, and Henry, and mason's laborer John AVERY (relationship "inmate"). At his children's baptisms in 1853 and 1858, a mason, of Ide. In 1861, a mason, living in the village of Ide with his wife Mary and their children George, Henry, Robert, and Elizabeth. At his son's marriage in 1868, a stone mason. In 1871, a mason, living at Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Mary and their children William, Henry, and Elizabeth. At his daughter's marriage in 1878, a mason. In 1881, Mary was a general domestic servant, living in the household of her daughter Mary Ann. In 1891, Mary was living with her daughter Mary Ann.
            1. John Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1840 at St. Thomas, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1840 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 2 Mar 1862 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1862 at Exeter R.D., Elizabeth COLE or COLES (b. ca. 1838 at Exeter, daughter of John COLES, a coachman), d. 30 Nov 1876 at Bristol, d. reg. Q4 1876 at Clifton R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1861, a market gardener, living with his uncle John SERCOMBE. At his marriage in 1862, a gardener, of Southernhay, Exeter; Elizabeth was a dressmaker, also of Southernhay. In 1871, a storekeeper, living at 4 Cosway Court, Exeter St. Sidwell, with his wife Elizabeth (a dressmaker) and their son William. At his death in 1876, according to the North Devon Journal, of Exeter.
              1. William John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Exeter St. Sidwell, b. reg. Q3 1865 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1888 at London City R.D., Lilla or (Lilian or Lily) Mary (or Maria) HOOK or HOOKS (b. ca. 1861 at Crowborough or Maresfield, Sussex, b. reg. Q2 1861 at Uckfield R.D., d. reg. Q3 1925 at Islington R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1917 at Islington R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a railway clerk, lodging in the WARRENS household at 3 Plantation Buildings, Exeter. At his daughter's baptism in 1889, a hosier, of 10 Camomile Street, London. In 1891, a hosier and shirt manufacturer, living at 7 Archibald Road, Islington, London, with his wife Lilian and their daughter Gladys. In 1901, a draper's commercial traveller, living at 59 Grand Parade, Tottenham, Middlesex, with his wife Lilian (a self-employed shirt maker) and their daughter Gladys. In 1911, a wholesale costumier, lodging at 12 Harberton Road, Archway Road, Upper Holloway, London; Lilian was living at 78 Ashbrook Road, Upper Holloway, with their daughter Gladys. At his daughter's marriage in 1912, a costumier.
                1. Gladys Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 in the City of London, b. reg. Q4 1888 at London City R.D., chr. 6 Jan 1889 at St. Andrew Undershaft, London, m. 18 Aug 1912 at St. John the Evangelist, Upper Holloway Road, Islington, m. reg. Q3 1912 at Islington R.D., Samuel MORI (b. ca. 1878, son of John MORI, a farmer, m1. unknown, wid. by 1912). In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a lady clerk in an employment office, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1912, of 33 St. John's Park Mansions; Samuel was a hotel porter, also of 33 St. John's Park Mansions; the witnesses were [illegible] and Gladys's parents.
                  1. Sylvia G.L. MORI, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Islington R.D.
                  2. Gwendoline M.H. MORI, b. reg. Q2 1918 at Islington R.D.
            2. George Bulford SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Ide, b. reg. Q1 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Feb 1843 at Ide, m. 22 Mar 1868 at St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex, m. reg. Q1 1868 at Islington, Emma Ann GREEN (b. ca. 1844 at Kingsland, London, d. reg. Q2 1931 at Battersea R.D.; daughter of Thomas GREEN, a well sinker), d. reg. Q1 1925 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1861, a tailor's apprentice, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1868, a tailor, of 22 Morton Road, Islington; Emma was also of 22 Morton Road; the witnesses were Thomas BRYANT and Augustus James CHANDLER. In 1871, a tailor, living at 11 James Street, Marylebone, London, with his wife Emma and their son William. At his children William and Annie's baptisms later in 1871, a tailor, of 11 James Street. At his daughter Edith's baptism in 1874, a tailor, of 19 Little Marylebone Street. In 1881, a general provision dealer, living at 84 Berwick Street, Westminster St. James, London, with his wife Emma and children William, Annie, Edith, and Alice. In 1891, a tailor, living at 25 Berwick Street, Westminster St. James, with his wife Emma, their children William, Annie, Edith, Alice, Nellie, and Frederick, and visitor Mabel WHEELER (b. ca. 1876 at Trowbridge, Wiltshire). In 1901, a tailor, living at 20 New Street, London, with his wife Emma, their children William, Annie, and Alice, and boarder Frederick W.E. ROLLS (b. ca. 1896 at Westminster). In 1911, a tailor, living at 20 New Street, Covent Garden, London, with his wife Emma, their son William, a lodger, and a visitor. At his son William's marriage in 1914 and at his son Frederick's second marriage in 1920, a tailor.
              1. William George SERCOMBE, b. 30 Sep 1868 at Bayswater or Notting Hill, London, b. reg. Q4 1868 at Kensington R.D., chr. 3 Dec 1871 at St. Thomas, Marylebone, m. 1 Jun 1914 at Tooting, London, m. reg. Q2 1914 at Wandsworth R.D., Henrietta Maud WEBB (b. ca. 1880, daughter of Edmund WEBB, a gas stoker, d. reg. Q3 1927 at Wandsworth R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1919 at Islington R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a grocer's assistant, living with his parents. In 1901, a stationery porter, living with his parents. In 1911, a warehouseman in a paper warehouse, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1914, a warehouseman; he and Henrietta were both of 14 Bickersteth Road; the witnesses were William Henry DOMINY and Alice Kate WEBB.
                1. Adolphus G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1923 at Chichester R.D.
              2. Annie Louisa SERCOMBE, b. 5 Sep 1871 at Marylebone, b. reg. Q4 1871 at Marylebone R.D., chr. 3 Dec 1871 at St. Thomas, Marylebone, m. reg. Q3 1905 at Strand R.D., Clarence Lovell RICHES. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891 and 1901, a housemaid, living with her parents.
                1. William A. RICHES, b. reg. Q3 1911 at Wandsworth R.D.
              3. Edith Mary SERCOMBE, b. 14 Apr 1874 at Marylebone, b. reg. Q2 1874 at Marylebone R.D., chr. 21 Jun 1874 at St. Marylebone, Marylebone. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. (Where in 1901?)
              4. Alice Rose SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Westminster St. James, b. reg. Q3 1879 at Westminster R.D., m. reg. Q3 1904 at Strand R.D., William Henry DOMINY. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a shirt machinist, living with her parents.
                1. Mabel S. DOMINY, b. reg. Q3 1919 at Hammersmith R.D.
              5. Nellie Lillian SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Westminster St. James, b. reg. Q1 1882 at Westminster R.D., m. reg. Q1 1901 at Strand R.D., her first cousin Arthur Percy NASH (son of her father's sister Elizabeth). In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, visiting the DALE family at Ford Bridge Road, Ashford, Middlesex.
              6. Frederick Charles SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Westminster St. James, b. reg. Q1 1885 at Westminster R.D., m1. unknown (d. by 1920), m2. 31 Jan 1920 at St. Mark, Battersea, m. reg. Q1 1920 at Wandsworth R.D., Dorothy Hilda Gladys WALDRON (b. 21 Nov 1895, d. reg. May 1987 at Newport R.D.; daughter of Henry Palgrave WALDRON, a fireman), d. reg. Q3 1955 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a boy aboard H.M.S. Impregnable (a training ship for boys) at Hamoaze, Cornwall. In 1911, an able seaman aboard H.M.S. Devonshire (an armored cruiser in the Devonport Subdivision of the Home Fleet) at Bantry. At his second marriage in 1920, a machine feeder, of 18 Sangora Road; Dorothy was a domestic maid, also of 18 Sangora Road; the witnesses were Oswald Edward NASH, James NIXON, and Maud WALDRON.
                1. George Henry SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jul 1922, b. reg. Q3 1922 at Wandsworth R.D., d. reg. May 1988 at Pontypool R.D.
                2. Joyce E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1925 at Croydon R.D., m. reg. Q1 1944 at Wandsworth R.D., Alfred W.J. CARPENTER.
                  1. Christina G. CARPENTER, b. reg. Q3 1946 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D.
                  2. Deborah A. CARPENTER, b. reg. Q2 1956 at Caerleon R.D.
              7. (probably) Alfred Ernest SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1888 at Westminster R.D., d. reg. Q1 1890 at Westminster R.D.
            3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Ide, b. reg. Q2 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 20 Apr 1845 at Ide, m. 23 Mar 1869 at All Saints, Hollingbourne, Kent, m. reg. Q1 1869 at Hollingbourne R.D., John MASON (b. ca. 1846 at Fring, Norfolk). In 1851, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1861, a house servant in the GREENTHORP household at 6 Lower Summerlands, Exeter St. Sidwell. In 1881, living at the Red Lion Inn, Fletching, Sussex, with her husband John (a publican) and others. In 1891, living at the Red Lion Inn, Slaugham, Sussex, with her husband John (a licensed victualler), her mother, and others.
            4. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Ide, b. reg. Q3 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 5 Sep 1847 at Ide, m. 9 Apr 1871 at St. David, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1871 at Exeter R.D., Elizabeth ADAMS (b. ca. 1844 at Meshaw, Devon). In 1851, at home, living with his mother. In 1861, a shepherd in the COPPLESTONE household at Coombshead, Ide. On 2 Apr 1871 (census day), a warehouseman, living with his parents. At his marriage on 9 Apr 1871, a packer, of St. Thomas; Elizabeth was a servant, of Exeter St. David; the marriage witnesses were Lucy Ann ADAMS (perhaps a sister of Elizabeth) and William's brother Henry. In 1881, a chandler, living at 150 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Edith and their children Beatrice, Harry, and William. In 1891, a tallow candle maker, living at 150 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Beatrice, Harry, William, Florence, and Lily. In 1901, a candle maker, living at 25 Buller Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Beatrice, Harry, William, and Louisa, and Beatrice's daughter Florence (who was shown in the census as William's daughter rather than granddaughter). At his children's marriages in 1903 and 1905, a chandler. In 1911, a candle packer at a soap and candle works, living at 25 Buller Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Elizabeth.
              1. Beatrice Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1875 at Exeter St. Mary Major, b. reg. Q4 1875 at Exeter R.D., m. 6 Sep 1903 at St. Luke, Chelsea, London, m. reg. Q3 1903 at Chelsea R.D., Joseph William John PRESSO (b. reg. Q3 1881 at Woolwich R.D., son of a soldier). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891 and 1901, a domestic servant, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1903, of Windsor, Berkshire; Joseph was a motor-car driver, of Chelsea St. Luke; the witnesses were Harry Fred SERCOMBE (Beatrice's brother) and Ada Mary NASH (her first cousin, daughter of her mother's sister Elizabeth).
                1. Florence Hoepfner SERCOMBE, later Florence Hoepfner FATHERS or SERCOMBE-FATHERS or Florence Sercombe FATHERS, b. 24 Nov 1900 at 25 Buller Road, St. Thomas, b. reg. Q4 1900 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1923 at Stockton R.D., George W. BRYAN, d. reg. Q2 1983 at Central Cleveland R.D. In 1901, living with her mother and maternal grandparents. Adopted ca. 1903 by the FATHERS family of Bournemouth as their only child. Ancestor of researcher Steve Barber.
                  1. Raymond BRYAN, b. reg. Q2 1929 at Stockton R.D.
                2. Violet Beatrice L. PRESSO, b. reg. Q2 1904 at Hendon R.D.
                3. Herbert W. PRESSO, b. 22 Jan 1908 in California.
                4. Helen PRESSO, b. ca. 1914 in New York.
              2. Harry Fred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 10 Jun 1905 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1905 at Exeter R.D., Mildred Emily Jane BEARNE (b. ca. 1880 at Limehouse, London, d. reg. Q1 1958 at Exeter R.D.; daughter of Walter BEARNE, a dairyman), d. reg. Q3 1953 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a clerk, living with his parents. In 1901, a book binder, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1905, a machine ruler, of 10 Temple Road; Mildred was of 2 Landsdown Terrace, Holloway Street; the witnesses were Walter BEARNE and Florence SERCOMBE. In 1911, a machine ruler in the wholesale stationery business, living at 10 Temple Road, Larkbeare, Exeter, with his wife Mildred, their daughter Doris, and a boarder.
                1. Doris Beatrice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at St. Leonard, Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1930 at Exeter R.D., Harold R.R. MILLS. In 1911, living with her parents.
              3. William Ernest SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1880 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q4 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1903 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a cellarman, living with his parents.
              4. Florence Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q2 1883 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a housemaid in the THOMAS household at Langdons, St. Thomas. In 1911, a nurse in the CARTWRIGHT household at 21 St. Leonard Road, Exeter.
              5. Lilian "Lily" Louisa or Louisa Lilian SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q1 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1917 at St. Thomas R.D., Walter HURFORD. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a dressmaker, living with her parents. In 1911, a nurse in the SPENCER SMITH household at St. Lawrence, Ventnor, Isle of Wight.
                1. Jeffrey W. HURFORD, b. reg. Q2 1919 at St. Thomas R.D.
                2. Jean E. HURFORD, b. reg. Q2 1925 at St. Thomas R.D.
              6. Another child, d. by 1911.
            5. Henry James SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1850 at Ide, b. reg. Q4 1850 at St. Thomas, chr. 27 Oct 1850 at Ide, m. 15 Aug 1874 at Countess Wear, Devon, m. reg. Q3 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., Louisa PITTS (b. ca. 1849 at Bradninch, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1919 at St. Thomas R.D.; daughter of John PITTS, a millwright), d. reg. Q3 1929 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, at home, living with his mother. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a mason, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1874, a mason, of St. Thomas; Louisa was of Countess Wear. In 1881, a plasterer, living at 153 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Louisa and her niece Annie (dau. of Louisa's sister Fanny PITTS). In 1891, a builder, living at 7 Alphington Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Louisa and daughter Annie. In 1901, a builder, living at 5 Hampden Place, St. Thomas, with his wife Louisa and daughter Annie. In 1911, a jobbing builder (with employees), living at 5 Hampden Place, Alphington Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Louisa and their adopted daughter Annie. Relative of researcher Rosie Journeaux.
              1. Annie S. PITTS, later Annie SERCOMBE, b. Jan 1878 at The Point, Littleham, Exmouth, b. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1963 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with her aunt Louisa and uncle Henry. Adopted by them between 1881 and 1891. In 1891, a scholar, living with her adoptive parents. In 1901 and 1911, a music teacher, living with her adoptive parents. In old age, lived in an alms house in Exeter.
            6. Robert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Ide, b. reg. Q1 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 6 Mar 1853 at Ide, m. reg. Q2 1877 at Exeter R.D., Sarah HUTCHINGS (b. ca. 1850 at Crediton, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1910 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1936 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a gardener, living with Ann, widow of his uncle John SERCOMBE. In 1881, a journeyman gardener, living at 23 Magdalen Street, Exeter Holy Trinity, Devon, with his wife Sarah and their children Walter, Mary, and Emily. In 1891, a greengrocer, living at 26 Magdalen Street with his wife Sarah and their children Walter, Mary, Emily, Milly, Bertie, Percy, Katie, and Nelly. In 1901, a jobbing mason, living at 26 Magdalen Street with his wife Sarah (a greengrocer shop keeper) and their children Walter, Elizabeth, Milly, Bertie, Percy, Kate, Lucy, Robert, and Carrie. At his son's marriage in 1909, a painter and decorator. In Apr 1911, a painter, living at 26 Magdalen Street with his children Mary, Millie, Katie, Lucy, Robert, and Carrie. At his son's marriage in Nov 1911, a house painter.
              1. Walter William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1878 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., Ethel Pauline HOSKINS (d. reg. Q4 1905 at Exeter R.D.), m2. 22 Nov 1911 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1911 at Exeter R.D., Louisa Mary Edith DREW (b. ca. 1885, d. reg. Q1 1963 at Devon Central R.D.; daughter of Henry DREW, a clerk), d. reg. Q1 1937 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a painter, living with his parents. In Apr 1911, a house painter, a patient in the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Southernhay, Exeter. At his marriage in Nov 1911, a house painter, of 26 Magdalen Street, Exeter; Louisa was of 11 St. Leonards Avenue, Exeter; witnesses were H. DREW (perhaps Louisa's father) and R.H. SERCOMBE (probably Walter's brother Robert).
                1. Percival Dudley R. SERCOMBE, b. 19 Apr 1912, b. reg. Q2 1912 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1938 at Exeter R.D., Irene Mary STAMP (b. 27 Jan 1915, d. reg. May 2004 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Nov 1994 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Margaret J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1938 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1962 at Exeter R.D., Frederick J. WHEAT.
                    1. Patrick J. WHEAT, b. reg. Q1 1963 at Leicestershire Central R.D.
                  2. Ronald E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1940 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1965 at Devon Central R.D., Hazel M. COSWAY.
                    1. Alison Helen J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1971 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. May 1993 at Exeter R.D., Robert M. RICHARDS.
                      1. Chloe May RICHARDS, b. reg. Sep 1998 at Bristol R.D.
                      2. Abigail Megan RICHARDS, b. reg. Aug 2002 at Taunton R.D.
                    2. John William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1974 at Exeter R.D.
                    3. Michael James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1974 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Christine M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1947 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1967 at Exeter R.D., Jeffrey J. HOER.
                    1. Mark James HOER, b. reg. Q3 1967 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Angela Jane HOER, b. reg. Q3 1968 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Irene P.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1914 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1942 at Exeter R.D., Felix W.H. BRAUNTON.
                3. Cecil Albert G. SERCOMBE, b. 5 Oct 1915, b. reg. Q4 1915 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1941 at Exeter R.D., Joan P.E. HURLEY (b. ca. 1921, d. reg. Q3 1966 at Exeter R.D.), m2. reg. Q1 1982 at Exeter R.D., Dorothy H. SEARLE, d. reg. Jul 1992 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Michael E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1946 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1946 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Timothy J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1953 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Oct 1987 at Exeter R.D., Suzanne OSBORNE.
                4. Peggy D.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1917 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1919 at St. Thomas R.D.
                5. Doreen E.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1922 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1945 at Chippenham R.D., Robert J. SIMPKINS, m2. reg. Q3 1953 at Exeter R.D., Lewis G. TURNER.
              2. Mary Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, working at home, living with her parents. In 1911, domestic, living with her father.
              3. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1881 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1881 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q2 1899 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              4. (probably) Alice SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1882 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1883 at Exeter R.D.
              5. Millie Frances SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1913 at Exeter R.D., Arthur SHEPPARD. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a dressmaker, living with her parents. In 1911, a dressmaker, living with her father.
                1. Marjorie J. SHEPPARD, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Raymond A. SHEPPARD, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Cardiff R.D.
              6. Bertie (or Bert) John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1886 at Exeter R.D., m. 30 Aug 1909 at Christ Church, Southernhay, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1909 at Exeter R.D., Ivy Florence HALSE (b. ca. 1890 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1953 at Southampton R.D.; daughter of John Henry HALSE, a clerk), d. reg. Q2 1956 at Southampton R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1909, a brass finisher, of 26 Magdalen Street, Exeter; Ivy was of 28 Park Road, Heavitree; the witnesses were Robert SERCOMBE and Sarah SERCOMBE (Bertie's parents), and Ethel Pauline KING. In 1911, an engineer of petrol engines in the marine and general engineering business, living at 38 Livingstone Road, Southampton, Hampshire, with his wife Ivy, their son Lionel, and his brother Percy.
                1. Lionel Edward SERCOMBE, b. 1 Jan 1910 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1910 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1949 at Southampton R.D., Monica Grace POPE (b. 16 Aug 1923, d. reg. Jun 2002 at Winchester R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1975 at Southampton R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                  1. Linda M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Southampton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1969 at Romsey R.D., Barry J. BENNETT.
                    1. Lisa Jayne BENNETT, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Southampton R.D.
                    2. Kerrie Louise BENNETT, b. reg. Q2 1974 at Southampton R.D.
                    3. Mark James BENNETT, b. reg. Q1 1982 at Southampton R.D.
                  2. David J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1952 at Southampton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1982 at New Forest R.D., Sharon Mary TOVEY (b. 30 Apr 1953, d. reg. Jun 1992 at New Forest R.D.).
                    1. Anna SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1984 at Southampton R.D.
                  3. Jayne L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1964 at New Forest R.D., m. reg. May 1988 at Romsey R.D., Trevor A. TWEEDLE.
                    1. Samuel Austin TWEEDLE, b. reg. May 2000 at Southampton R.D.
                2. John H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1915 at Southampton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1941 at Southampton R.D., Olive M. SCOTT (m2. reg. Q3 1964 at Southampton R.D., Cyril J. GIBSON), d. reg. Q1 1946 at Southampton R.D.
                  1. John E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1943 at Staines R.D., m. reg. Q3 1967 at Southampton R.D., Jacqueline F. PHIPPARD.
                    1. Samantha Jayne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1969 at Southampton R.D., m. reg. Jul 2000 at Romsey R.D., Marcus J.P. HARROP.
                    2. Nicola Louise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1972 at Romsey R.D., m. reg. Sep 1996 at New Forest R.D., Dennis J. CHIVERS.
                3. Christine I. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1925 at Southampton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1952 at Southampton R.D., Roy H. GANDON.
                  1. Sally A. GANDON, b. reg. Q4 1955 at Portsmouth R.D.
              7. Percy Reginald SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1887 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1918 at Portsmouth R.D., Edith Winifred KEATS (b. 9 Nov 1896, d. reg. Q3 1972 at Portsmouth R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1958 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, an engineer of petrol engines in the marine and general engineering business, living with his brother Bertie.
                1. Muriel M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1921 at Portsmouth R.D., m. reg. Q2 1943 at Portsmouth R.D., Eric C. LAVENDER.
                  1. Martyn J. LAVENDER, b. reg. Q1 1946 at Portsmouth R.D.
                  2. Lynda M. LAVENDER, b. reg. Q1 1948 at Portsmouth R.D.
                  3. Richard C. LAVENDER, b. reg. Q2 1952 at Southampton R.D.
                2. Olive P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1925 at Portsmouth R.D., d. reg. Q4 1925 at Portsmouth R.D.
              8. Katie Louise SERCOMBE, b. 3 May 1889 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1980 at Exeter R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a dressmaker, living with her father.
              9. Nelly Josephine SERCOMBE, b. ca. Sep 1890 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1890 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q2 1894 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, living with her parents.
              10. Lucy May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1892 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1892 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1936 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a shop assistant, living with her father.
              11. Robert Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1893 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1920 at Exeter R.D., Agnes Jane TAPP (b. 13 Feb 1891, d. reg. Q1 1983 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1955 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a painter's apprentice, living with his father.
                1. Marian J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1922 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Phyllis O. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1924 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1951 at Exeter R.D., Kenneth H. TURNER.
              12. Carrie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1894 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1982 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, an apprentice in the tailoring trade, living with her father.
            7. Elizabeth Sarah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Ide, b. reg. Q4 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 Nov 1858 at Ide, m. 10 Jun 1878 at Danehill, Sussex, m. reg. Q2 1878 at Uckfield R.D., Reginald Percy NASH (b. ca. 1836 at Hawkhurst, Kent, d. reg. Q4 1895 at Wandsworth R.D., son of John NASH, a treasury clerk). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1878, of Danehill; Reginald was of Battersea; the witnesses were Archibald A. NASH and Fanny BROOKER(?). In 1881, living at 155 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Surrey, with her husband Reginald (an oil and color man) and their son Arthur. In 1891, living at 65 Lavender Hill, Battersea, with her husband Reginald (an oilman), their children Arthur, Ada, Walter, and Oswald, and a general domestic servant. In 1901, an oil and color shop keeper, living at 65 Lavender Hill with her children Arthur, Ada, Walter, and Oswald.
              1. Arthur Percy NASH, b. ca. 1879 at Battersea, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Wandsworth R.D., m. reg. Q1 1907 at Strand R.D., his first cousin Nellie Lillian SERCOMBE (daughter of his mother's brother George). In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an assistant in the family shop, living with his mother.
              2. Ada Mary NASH, b. ca. 1881 at Battersea, b. reg. Q2 1881 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a dressmaker's assistant, living with her mother.
              3. Walter Mosley NASH, b. ca. 1883 at Battersea, b. reg. Q2 1883 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an assistant in the family shop, living with his mother.
              4. Oswald Edward NASH, b. ca. 1888 at Battersea, b. reg. Q3 1888 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, at school, living with his mother.
          4. Eliza SERCOMBE, chr. 4 Feb 1816 at Ide.
        6. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Dec 1783 at Dunsford. In 1796, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to John BASTOW, for Helland estate.
        7. James SERCOMBE, chr. 6 Nov 1785 at Dunsford, m1. 22 Apr 1810 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, Elizabeth PARR (b. ca. 1783, d. reg. Q2 1839 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 26 May 1839 at Dunsford), m2. 6 Jan 1840 at St. John, Exeter, m2. reg. Q1 1840 at Exeter R.D., Mary HOCKING (b. ca. 1804 at Axminster or Exminster, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1884 at St. Thomas R.D.; daughter of John HOCKING, a gardener), d. reg. Q3 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 9 Jul 1862 at Dunsford. In 1794, James was apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to William TUCKETT of Bridford. In 1810, his first marriage was witnessed by John PARR and Absalom ROLLE. In Apr 1814, he witnessed the marriage of Susanna PARR and Robert TREMLETT at Tedburn St. Mary. At his son's baptism in Sep 1814, a laborer, of Tedburn St. Mary. At his son's baptism in 1818, a laborer, of Horridge, Dunsford. At his daughter's baptism in 1820, a laborer, of Tedburn St. Mary. In 1821, a laborer, living at Brooke Lower, Tedburn St. Mary, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Mary Ann, Joseph, John, and Susanna, and James PARR (a laborer, b. ca. 1755, perhaps his father in law). At his son's baptism in 1823, a laborer, of Oak Cottage, Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1826, a laborer, of Winscombe, Dunsford. At Elizabeth's burial in 1839, she was of Dunsford. At his second marriage in 1840, a husbandman, of Friernhay Street; Mary was also of Friernhay Street; the witnesses were George SERCOMBE (which?) and Susan SERCOMBE (which?). At his sons' marriages in 1845 and 1847, a laborer. In 1851, a labourer, living at Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Mary (a laundress). When his son Joseph emigrated in 1857, living at Exeter. In 1861, an agricultural labourer, living at Church Houses, Cowick Street, with his wife Mary (formerly a servant). In 1871, Mary was receiving parochial relief, living at Church House, St. Thomas. In 1881, she was living at Alms House, Cowick Street.
          1. Mary Anne SERCOMBE, chr. 26 May 1811 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 27 Jul 1834 at Dunsford, William KNAPMAN. In 1821, living with her parents. Mary Anne's marriage in 1834 was witnessed by her father, James SERCOMBE, and James WHITE.
          2. Joseph "Joe" SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Sep 1814 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 2 May 1837 at Dunsford, Elizabeth CAZELEY or CASELY (chr. 21 Aug 1814 at Tedburn St. Mary, daughter of George and Sarah, d. 1883 in Bega district, New South Wales), d. 1890 in Bega district. In 1821, living with his parents. Joseph's marriage in 1837 was witnessed by Mary Ann CASLEY and George CASLEY, presumably both relatives of the bride. At his son's baptism in 1838, a laborer, of Clapham Marsh Cottage, Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1839, a laborer, of Winscombe, Dunsford. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at Sowton Cott, Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth, their sons George and James, and Sarah ENDICOTT (b. ca. 1825 in Devon). At his son's baptism in 1843, a laborer, of Kings Court, Doddiscombsleigh. At his son's baptism in 1846, a laborer, of Ide, Devon. In 1851, a laborer, living at New Road, Christow, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth, their children George, John, Anna, and William, a servant, and a lodger. At his son's baptism in 1852, a laborer, of Teign Cottages, Christow. On 27 Jul 1857, a farm laborer, arrived in New South Wales on the ship Tartar with his wife Elizabeth and their children George, James, John, Anna, William, and Samuel.
            1. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Bridford, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1838 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 3 Jun 1838 at Dunsford, m. 1865 in Sydney district, New South Wales, Johanna KENNEDY (b. 1846, d. 1896 in Bega district, daughter of Terence and Bridget), d. 1908 in Waverley district, New South Wales. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, working at a mine, living with his parents. In 1857, a farm laborer, arrived in New South Wales with his parents and siblings. In 1872, a bricklayer, of Bega.
              1. Elizabeth Hannah SERCOMBE, b. 1866 in Eden district, New South Wales, m. 1890 in Bega district, Charles Albert PIETZKER (b. 1861, d. 1901), d. 1927.
              2. John Henry Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 1868 in Eden district, d. 1913 in Granville district, New South Wales.
              3. Elsie Edith SERCOMBE, b. 1871 in Bega district, m. 1899 in Bega district, William McIntyre McDONALD (b. 1871), d. 26 May 1946 at Sandringham, Victoria, bur. 28 May 1946 at New Cheltenham Cemetery.
              4. George Herbert SERCOMBE, b. 1874 in Bega district, d. 1875.
              5. Adelaide Patience SERCOMBE, b. 1876 in Bega district, d. 1891 in Bega district.
              6. Alured Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 1879 in Bega district, m. 1930 in Perth district, Western Australia, Isabella WALLIS (b. ca. 1893, m1. MYERS, d. 30 Jan 1944 at Perth, bur. in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth), d. 11 Jul 1941 at Perth, bur. in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.
              7. Sydney Reginald SERCOMBE, b. 1882 in Bega district, m. 1908 in New Zealand, Eliza Hannah Olive SMITHSON (b. ca. 1883, d. 1959 in New Zealand), d. 1939 in New Zealand.
                1. Bert Sydney SERCOMBE, b. 9 Sep 1917, m. Kathleen Eunice (b. ca. 1919, d. 23 Sep 1956, bur. at Waikaraka, Auckland, New Zealand), d. 1972 in New Zealand. Ancestor of researcher Dallas Sercombe.
                2. Alan SERCOMBE.
                3. Reginald Whitaker SERCOMBE, b. reg. 1954(?) in New Zealand.
              8. Oswald Melbourne SERCOMBE, b. 1887 in Bega district, d. 1890 in Bega district.
              9. Augustus Leslie Kennedy SERCOMBE, b. 1888 in Bega district, d. 1889 in Bega district.
            2. James SERCOMBE, b. 27 Sep 1839 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1839 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Oct 1839 at Dunsford, m. 29 Feb 1876 at the Presbyterian Church, Sydney, New South Wales, Agnes Napier GEE (b. 1852, m1. HEFENAN, m3. 1898 in Bega district, Luke ATTRILL, d. 1932), d. 1894 in Bega district. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a farm servant in the GRAY household at South Halstow, Dunsford. In 1857, a farm laborer, arrived in New South Wales with his parents and siblings. (James's marriage in 1876 was registered in both Sydney and Bega, with James mistakenly recorded as Daniel in the latter.)
              1. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 1878 in Bega district, d. 1935 in Bega district.
              2. James Napier SERCOMBE, b. 1880 in Bega district.
              3. Ada May SERCOMBE, b. 1881 in Bega district, m. 1915 in Lismore district, New South Wales, Walter Gilbert HILLARD (b. 1885).
              4. Edward Francis R. SERCOMBE, b. 1884 in Bega district, m. 1910 in Ballina district, New South Wales, Elsie H. RIX (m2. 1913 in Lismore district, New South Wales, Olle P. ANDERSEN), d. 1910 in Ballina district.
                1. Edward F. SERCOMBE, b. 1910 in Lismore district.
              5. Henry T.H. or Herbert Thomas H. SERCOMBE, b. 1886 in Bega district, d. 1961 in Bega district.
              6. Oswald Dunstan SERCOMBE, b. 1888 in Bega district, m. 20 Sep 1916 in Queensland, Constance Ellen SCRASE (b. 1900, d. 27 Nov 1969 in Oberon district, New South Wales, bur. at Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales; daughter of Allan John SCRASE and Ellen), d. 12 Oct 1969 in Coffs Harbour district, bur. at Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery.
                1. Gilbert Oswald SERCOMBE, d. 28 Feb 1925 in Queensland.
                2. Janice Ruth SERCOMBE, d. 1938 in Coffs Harbour district.
                3. Edna SERCOMBE. Ancestor of researcher Lee-Ann Hush.
                4. Seven other children.
              7. Eveline Agnes Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 1890 in Bega district, m. 1915 in Bega district, Henry J. PIPER, d. 1961.
              8. Elizabeth Ellen Mary SERCOMBE, b. 1892 in Bega district, m. 1924 in Bega district, Wallace Edward WALKER (b. 1900), d. 1944.
            3. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 27 Aug 1843 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1845 at St. Thomas R.D.
            4. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1845 at Ide, b. reg. Q4 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 4 Jan 1846 at Ide, m. 1868 in Eden district, Ann "Annie" BRITTEN (b. 1848, d. 1925 in North Sydney district, New South Wales, daughter of William and Betsy), d. 1924 in Bega district. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1857, arrived in New South Wales with his parents and siblings. In 1872, a laborer, of Auckland Street, Bega.
              1. Sarah Ann "Annie" SERCOMBE, b. 1869 in Eden district, m. 1894 in Bega district, William Charles ATFIELD (b. 1871, d. 1942), d. 1944.
              2. Elizabeth Alice SERCOMBE, b. 1871 in Bega district, m. 1891 in Bega district, John CLYNCH (b. 1860, d. 1913), d. 1941.
              3. Mary Jane "Minnie" SERCOMBE, b. 1872 in Bega district, m. 1898 in Bega district, Farius (Frank) AZER (b. 1872, d. 1943), d. 1945.
              4. Lillian "Lily" SERCOMBE, b. 1874 in Bega district, m. 1894 in Bega district, Edward J. MEAKER.
              5. John SERCOMBE, b. 1876 in Bega district, m. Anne Jane RAMAGE, d. 1966.
              6. Henry "Harry" SERCOMBE, b. 1877 in Bega district, m. 1908 in Balmain North district, New South Wales, Matilda Jane (Pearl) MACKEN (b. 1883, d. 1957 in Balmain district, daughter of William and Martha Matilda), d. 1919 in Balmain South district.
                1. Lancelot Desmond SERCOMBE, d. 1909 in Newtown district, New South Wales.
              7. Emily SERCOMBE, b. 1879 in Bega district, m. 1898 in Bega district, Edwin James LAW.
              8. Martha SERCOMBE, b. 1881 in Bega district, m. Leslie G. MATTHEWS.
              9. Elsie Edith SERCOMBE, b. 1883 in Bega district, m. 1906 in Sydney district, Patrick B. MUNDY.
              10. William Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 1885 in Bega district, m. 1907 in Bega district, Bridget Anna ROACH (b. 1887, d. 27 Jul 1949 in Murwillumbah district, New South Wales, bur. in Bray Park Catholic Cemetery, New South Wales, daughter of Patrick and Ellen), d. 23 May 1960 in Murwillumbah district, bur. in Murwillumbah General Cemetery. Came to the Tweed River area of New South Wales in 1918.
                1. Leslie William "Les" SERCOMBE, b. 13 Mar 1909 at Bega, m. 1957 in Murwillumbah district, Phyllis Hellena M. COX, d. 5 Sep 1987, bur. in Murwillumbah Lawn Cemetery. In 1942, of Babinda, Queensland. Enlisted as a private in the Australian Army at Babinda on 21 Aug 1941. Discharged from the army on 3 Jun 1942 after service in World War II. Last army posting: 51 Battalion.
                2. Warwick Joseph "Wick" SERCOMBE, b. 18 Aug 1913 at North Sydney, New South Wales, m. 1938 in Murwillumbah district, Ivy Thelma PERKINS (b. 1913), d. 8 Oct 1992, bur. in Murwillumbah Lawn Cemetery. In 1938, of Brays Creek. In 1942, of Murwillumbah. Enlisted as a private in the Australian Army at Paddington, New South Wales, on 18 Feb 1942. Discharged from the army on 23 Nov 1944 after service in World War II. Last army posting: 31 Infantry Training Battalion. Lived at Riverview Street, Murwillumbah.
                3. Stanley James SERCOMBE, b. 1 Sep 1916 at North Sydney, m. 1941 at Church of the Sacred Heart, Murwillumbah, Phyllis Mary McKIERNAN (of Tygalgah). In 1942, of Murwillumbah. Enlisted in the Australian Army in New South Wales on 10 Aug 1942. Served in World War II in the Solomon Islands, British and Dutch New Guinea, and the Torres Straits area, rising to the rank of corporal. Discharged from the army on 13 Feb 1946. Last army posting: HQ AACS. Prominent in rugby league administration and management; namesake of Stan Sercombe Park sports oval in Murwillumbah.
                  1. Carole SERCOMBE, m. HARRISON. Lived at Rochdale, Queensland.
                  2. Janice SERCOMBE, m. GIBSON. Lived at Murwillumbah.
                4. William Austin SERCOMBE, b. 11 Jan 1919, m. 1944 in Murwillumbah district, Viola Frances HUTTON, d. 23 Mar 1975, bur. at Bray Park Catholic Cemetery.
                5. Henry (Harry) Vincent "Darkie" SERCOMBE, b. 18 Aug 1920 at Murwillumbah, m. 1951 in Murwillumbah district, Joyce Esther WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1925, d. 30 Mar 1954 in Queensland, bur. in Murwillumbah General Cemetery by K.M. Smith, Undertaker; daughter of Edward WILLIAMS and Elsie BOOTH), d. 3 Sep 1984, bur. in Murwillumbah Lawn Cemetery. In 1942, of Babinda, Queensland. Enlisted as a private in the Australian Army at Babinda on 18 Aug 1942. Discharged from the army on 13 Jun 1944 after service in World War II. Last posting: 31 Employment Company.
                6. Kathleen Isobel SERCOMBE, m. 1947 in Murwillumbah district, John Robert AYRES. Lived at Murwillumbah.
              11. Rosina SERCOMBE, b. 1888 in Bega district, m. 1908 in Bega district, James Austin ROACH (b. 1883), d. 1910.
              12. Ada Mary SERCOMBE, b. 1889 in Bega district, d. 1889 in Bega district.
              13. Robert Burford SERCOMBE, b. 12 Oct 1892 in Bega district, m1. 1915 in Sydney district, Marie Zillah E. PASKE (b. 1898), m2. Christina Ritchie BETTS (b. ca. 1908, d. 1977 in Blacktown district, New South Wales), d. 1964 in Windsor district, New South Wales.
                1. Robert Burford SERCOMBE (by m1.), b. 1 May 1919 at North Sydney, m. 1938 in Penrith district, New South Wales, Elsie Bernice Agnes RUSDEN (d. 1981 in New South Wales, daughter of Wilfred and Janet), d. 1963 in Sydney district, bur. 13 Jul 1964 at Northern Suburbs Cemetery, now Macquarie Park Cemetery, Sydney, in the same grave as his son William. On 10 Jan 1942, enlisted at Penrith as a private in the Australian Army; residence St. Marys, New South Wales; next of kin his wife Elsie. On 30 Sep 1945, discharged from part time duty in 19 Battalion, Volunteer Defence Corps.
                  1. Peter Lenon SERCOMBE, d. 1971 in Blacktown district.
                2. William H. SERCOMBE (by m1.), d. 1926 in North Sydney district, bur. 22 Apr 1926 at Northern Suburbs Cemetery.
                3. Dudley John Henry Louis SERCOMBE (by m1.), m. 1936 in Moss Vale district, New South Wales, Elizabeth Clara Lola WILLIAMS, d. 1977.
                4. John SERCOMBE (by m1.).
                5. Anne Margret SERCOMBE (by m2.).
                6. Lily SERCOMBE (by m2.).
                7. William Leslie SERCOMBE (by m2.).
                8. Rose Elizabeth SERCOMBE (by m2.), m. BROWN. Researcher Rose Brown.
                9. Danny Boy SERCOMBE (by m2.).
                10. Leslie James SERCOMBE (by m2.).
            5. Anna Maria SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Jun 1848 at Dunsford, m. 1868 in Eden district, Robert Eastway HUNTER (b. 1842, d. 1926), d. 1920. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1857, arrived in New South Wales with her parents and siblings.
            6. William SERCOMBE, b. 30 Mar 1850 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1850 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 26 May 1850 at Dunsford, m. 1869 in Eden district, Elizabeth Jane HART (b. 1853, m2. 1876 in Eden district, James CLARKE, d. 1922), d. 1874 in Bega district. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1857, arrived in New South Wales with his parents and siblings.
              1. Hannah Maria SERCOMBE, b. 1870 in Eden district, m. 1886 in Bega district, Edward Thomas KAY (b. 1863, d. 1910), d. 1898. Ancestor of researcher Robert Reid.
              2. Emma Loney SERCOMBE, b. 1871 in Eden district, m. 1892 in Eden district, George John Marshall KOERBER (b. 1867, d. 1942).
              3. Mary Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 1873 in Bega district, m. 1890 in Eden district, Arthur MOON (b. 1863), d. 1898.
              4. Rachel Leah SERCOMBE, b. 1876 in Eden district, m. 1896 in Bega district, John KOERBER (b. 1871, d. 1961), d. 1902.
            7. Samuel "Sam" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Jul 1852 at Christow, m. 10 May 1876 at Nelson, Charlotte HACKETT (b. 1854, d. 1928 at Home of Peace, Marrickville district, New South Wales), d. 1929 in Ryde district, New South Wales. In 1857, arrived in New South Wales with his parents and siblings.
              1. William Thomas SERCOMBE, b. 1877 in Bega district, d. 1954 in Bega district.
              2. Albert Charles SERCOMBE, b. 1878 in Bega district, d. 1899 in Bega district.
              3. Alice Louise SERCOMBE, b. 1880 in Bega district, m. 1909 in Bega district, John Herbert BAILEY (b. 1880, d. 1961), d. 1961.
              4. Hannah SERCOMBE, b. 1882 in Bega district, d. 1927 at Callanpark, Balmain South district.
              5. Elizabeth Susan SERCOMBE, b. 1884 in Bega district, d. 1907 in Bega district.
                1. Ivy E. SERCOMBE, b. 1907 in Bega district, m. 1928 in Chatswood district, New South Wales, Leonard F. DRIVER.
              6. Ada SERCOMBE, b. 1886 in Bega district, m. 1909 in Bega district, Walter Seymour Spencer EVANS (b. 1883, d. 1943), d. 1977.
              7. Sarah Ann SERCOMBE, b. 1888 in Bega district, m. 1915 in Waverley district, Henry Wilford BAILEY (b. 1888), d. 1986.
              8. Charlotte Eliza (Lottie) SERCOMBE, b. 1891 in Bega district, m. 1920 in Sydney district, Ernest J. BOOTH, d. 1980.
              9. Bertha Selina SERCOMBE, b. 1893 in Bega district, m. 1922 in Petersham district, New South Wales, Frank HUGHES (d. 1977), d. 1977.
                1. Aletha J. SERCOMBE, d. 1916 in Balmain South district.
              10. Frederick Samuel "Fred" SERCOMBE, b. 1895 in Bega district, m. 1922 at Parkes (in Paddington district), New South Wales, Eileen Annie PRITCHARD (b. 1894, daughter of William PRITCHARD and Agnes, d. 1979 in New South Wales, bur. 10 Jan 1979 in Northern Suburbs Cemetery, now Macquarie Park Cemetery, Sydney, in the same grave as her husband), d. 1961 in Newtown district, New South Wales, bur. 26 Oct 1961 in Northern Suburbs Cemetery.
                1. Mary SERCOMBE, d. 1923 in Randwick district, New South Wales.
                2. Audrey Kathleen Ford SERCOMBE, b. 27 Feb 1925.
                3. Kevin SERCOMBE, b. 4 Dec 1926, m. 4 Apr 1953 Beryl Patricia SCANLAN.
                  1. John F. SERCOMBE, m. 19 Dec 1981 Rose-Marie Paula DIERICK (b. 21 Sep 1952). Researcher John F. Sercombe.
                    1. David John SERCOMBE, b. 27 Aug 1984.
                    2. Andrew Michael SERCOMBE, b. 22 Oct 1986.
                  2. Paul Kevin SERCOMBE, b. 15 Jan 1957, m. 3 Oct 1981 Carol-Anne WALKER, d. 18 Oct 1991, bur. at Coffs Harbour Lawn Cemetery, Karangi, New South Wales.
                    1. Benjamin Patrick "Ben" SERCOMBE, b. 22 Nov 1984.
                    2. Kendall Marie SERCOMBE.
                  3. Christopher Owen "Chris" SERCOMBE, b. 26 May 1958, m. Frances Paula HAYNES.
                    1. Nicola SERCOMBE, b. 2000.
                  4. Mark Richard SERCOMBE, b. 17 Jan 1960, m. Kirstin WATT.
                    1. Damian SERCOMBE, b. 1988.
                    2. Joel SERCOMBE, b. 1990.
                    3. Kaila SERCOMBE, b. 1993.
                    4. Jayden SERCOMBE, b. 1995.
                4. John Neville SERCOMBE, b. 1928, m. Mary O'MEARA.
              11. Maude (Maudie) Edna SERCOMBE, b. 1899 in Bega district, m. 1922 in Bega or Molong district (registered in both places), Arthur J. or Joseph Admiral Arthur KIRKLAND (b. 1896, d. 1965), d. 1992.
            8. David SERCOMBE, b. 1861 in Ulladulla district, New South Wales, m. 1878 in Bega district, Emma ADAMS (b. 1859, d. 1939 in Bega district, daughter of Joseph and Mary Ann), d. 1907 in Bega district.
              1. William James SERCOMBE, b. 1879 in Bega district, m. 1909 in Bega district, Alice TAYLOR (b. 1887, d. 1970 in Kogarah district, New South Wales, daughter of Thomas and Louisa), d. 1943 in Kogarah district.
                1. Athol D. SERCOMBE, b. 1910 in Bega district, m. 1942 in Sutherland district, Evelyn MASHMAN.
                2. Stanley William SERCOMBE, b. 1911 in Bega district, m. 1949 in Waverley district, New South Wales, Gladys Margaret WHEATLEY, d. 1964 in Sutherland district, New South Wales.
              2. Joseph Thomas SERCOMBE, b. 1884 in Bega district, m. 1909 in Bega district, Hilda Mabel SMITH (b. 1884, d. 1973 in Bega district, daughter of George and Maria), d. 1944 in Bega district.
                1. David G. SERCOMBE, b. 1910 in Bega district, d. 1910 in Bega district.
                2. John J. SERCOMBE, d. 1913 in Bega district.
              3. Elsie Eva SERCOMBE, b. 1887 in Bega district, m. 1912 in Bega district, William WATT (b. 1880), d. 1953.
              4. George SERCOMBE, b. 1889 in Bega district, m. 1923 in Bega district, Lillian Hazel Clarice ROBINSON (b. 1911), d. 1971 in Bega district.
              5. Oswald Melvyn SERCOMBE, b. 1891 in Bega district, d. 1892 in Bega district.
              6. Gertrude Ellen SERCOMBE, b. 1893 in Bega district, d. 1896 in Bega district.
              7. Ernest Adams SERCOMBE, b. 1896 in New South Wales, m1. 1919 in Bega district, Annie Matilda LARKIN (b. 1897, d. 1940 in Bega district, daughter of Andrew and Mary Catherine), m2. 1943 in Bega district, Daphne Edith Marie WALKE (b. 1900, d. 1960 in Bega district, daughter of John and Agnes), d. 1968 in Bega district.
                1. Olga Elaine SERCOMBE, d. 1938 in Bega district.
              8. David Victor SERCOMBE, b. 1898 in Bega district, m. 1938 in Trunkey district, New South Wales, Vera Ann TRACY (b. 1918, d. 31 Oct 1973 in Wollongong district, New South Wales, bur. at Marshall Mount Methodist Cemetery, Marshall Mount, New South Wales; daughter of John Thomas and Katherine), d. 7 Jan 1978 in New South Wales, bur. at Marshall Mount Methodist Cemetery.
              9. Elizabeth Hannah SERCOMBE, b. 1901 in Bega district, m. 1921 in Bega district, Albert WARREN (b. 1900).
          3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1818 at Dunsford or Tedburn St. Mary, chr. 1 Feb 1818 at Dunsford, m. 21 Dec 1845 at Ide, Devon, m. reg. Q4 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth HOMEYARD (b. ca. 1826 at Crediton, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1899 at St. Thomas R.D.; daughter of Abraham HOMEYARD, a labourer), k. by accident, d. reg. Q4 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 10 Dec 1865 at Dunsford. In 1821, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1845, a laborer; he and Elizabeth were both of Ide; the witnesses were William RUSSELL and Thomas HONEYWILL. In 1851, employed at the Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster, Devon; described there as a domestic servant ("sawyer" crossed out) but by his wife at home as an agricultural laborer; Elizabeth was living at 5 Midway Terrace, Alphington, Devon, with their daughter Eliza. (How related to Elizabeth's 1851 neighbor Martha SERCOMBE?) At his daughters' baptisms in 1856 and 1859, of Playbrook, Dunsford. In 1861, an agricultural labourer, living at Playbrook with his wife Elizabeth, their children Eliza, John, Miriam, and Louisa, and three lodgers. At his son's baptism in 1862, of Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1864 and at his death in 1865, of Playbrook. At her daughter's baptism in Feb 1871, Elizabeth was of Playbrook. In Apr 1871, Elizabeth was a washerwoman, living at Playbrook Cottage, Dunsford, with her children Joseph and Georgina. In 1881, she was a charwoman, living at Teign Terrace, Christow, Devon, with her son John. In 1891, she was living at Teign Terrace with her son John.
            1. Eliza Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1850 at St. Thomas, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1877 at Newton Abbot R.D., William Richard BISHOP, d. reg. Q4 1877 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with her mother. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant in the WOOLAND household at Bridford Barton, Bridford, Devon.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Bridford, d. reg. Q1 1894 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, patient in the Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter. In 1881, a farm labourer, living with his mother. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living with his mother.
            3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 Nov 1856 at Dunsford, m. 7 Feb 1878 at Christow, m. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., George BIDDER (b. ca. 1852 at Bridford, son of William BIDDER, a labourer). In 1861, living with her parents (enumerated as Miriam). In 1871, a domestic servant in the MATTHEWS household at Wells, Christow (birthplace given as Christow). At her marriage in 1878, of Christow; George was a miner, also of Christow; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (her brother) and Eliza LOVELL. In 1881, living at Higher Willowray, Moretonhampstead, with her husband George (a farm laborer). In 1891, living at Tingcombes Cot, Christow, with her husband George (an agricultural laborer) and three children. In 1901, living at Wood Cott, Christow, with her husband George (a general laborer) and four children.
            4. Louisa "Lucy" SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jul 1859, chr. 17 Jul 1859 at Dunsford, b. reg. 22 Jul 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 25 Mar 1880 at Christow, Devon, m1. reg. Q1 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., Joseph PROWSE (d. 13 Nov 1884 at Chudleigh, Devon, son of James PROWSE, a thatcher), m2. 8 Aug 1897 at Chudleigh Independent Chapel, Walter BOND (d. 29 May 1906 at Chudleigh), d. 14 Mar 1927. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant in the HOLMAN household at Smallridges Smithey, Dunsford. At her marriage in 1880, of Christow; Joseph was a carrier, also of Christow; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (her brother) and Mary Emma CANN. In 1881, living at Fore Street, Chudleigh, with her husband Joseph (a carrier). Ancestor of researcher Dianne Poore.
            5. William James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Sep 1862 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., Jessie SERCOMBE (his first cousin), d. reg. Q3 1936 at Bridport R.D. In 1871, a farm servant in the DYMOND household at Down House Farm, Holcombe Burnell, Devon. In 1881, an indoor farm servant in the BRADRIDGE household at Higher Barton, Ashton, Devon. In 1891, a farm laborer, lodging at Nogsland Farm, Holcombe Burnell, in the household of William SERCOMBE (his brother-in-law and first cousin), with his wife Jessie (a charwoman). In 1901, a farmer, living at Swanford Cottage, Bridford, Devon, with his wife Jessie and their children Ethel, Edith, and Charles. In 1911, a farm laborer, living at Bridford with his wife Jessie and their children Edith, Charles, Stanley, Gladys, and Esther.
              1. Ethel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1891 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1891 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, at school, living with her parents. In 1911, a waitress at the Eastgate Coffee Tavern, Exeter.
              2. Edith SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1893 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, at school, living with her parents. In 1911, a helper at home, living with her parents.
              3. Charles SERCOMBE, b. 26 May 1896 at Christow, b. reg. Q2 1896 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Aug 1985 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, working at home, living with his parents. (Is this Charles SERCOMBE?)
              4. Stanley SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1903 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              5. Gladys SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Bridford, b. reg. Q4 1908 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
              6. Esther SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1911 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1911 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1943 at Devon Central R.D., Clifford RAINS. In 1911, living with her parents.
                1. David J. RAINS, b. reg. Q3 1944 at Devon Central R.D.
                2. Sheila M. RAINS, b. reg. Q4 1947 at Salisbury R.D.
              7. Two other children, both d. by 1911.
            6. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1864 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 9 Apr 1864 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1883 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 8 Aug 1883 at Christow. In 1871, living with his mother. In 1881, an indoor farm servant in the MAY household at Sowton Barton, Dunsford. At his death in 1883, of Christow.
            7. Georgina Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1868 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1868 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Feb 1871 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., John Coles LAMACRAFT (b. ca. 1870 at Christow). In 1871, living with her mother. In 1881, a general servant in the HELLIER household at Mill House, Dunsford. In 1891, living at Clampitt Cott, Christow, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer) and a visitor. In 1901, living at Lower Bennah Cott, Christow, with her husband John and their children Frank, Emily, Elizabeth, John, and Wilfred.
              1. Frank LAMACRAFT, b. ca. 1892 at Christow. In 1901, living with his parents.
              2. Emily LAMACRAFT, b. ca. 1892 at Christow. In 1901, living with her parents.
              3. Elizabeth S. LAMACRAFT, b. ca. 1892 at Christow. In 1901, living with her parents.
              4. John LAMACRAFT, b. ca. 1892 at Christow. In 1901, living with his parents.
              5. Wilfred LAMACRAFT, b. ca. 1892 at Christow. In 1901, living with his parents.
          4. Susanna or Susan SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1820 at Dunsford or Tedburn St. Mary, chr. 17 Dec 1820 at Tedburn St. Mary, m. 30 Mar 1840 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1840 at St. Thomas R.D., James WEDLAKE (b. ca. 1810 at South Tawton, Devon, son of John WEDLAKE, a laborer). In 1821, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1840, of Dunsford; James was a laborer, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were James SERCOMBE (her father or her brother?) and Elizabeth ABBOTT. In 1841, living at Brimblecombes, Dunsford, with her husband James (an agricultural laborer). In 1851, living at the village, Dunsford, with her husband James (an agricultural laborer), their children James and Elizabeth, and lodger William SERCOMBE (her second cousin once removed). In 1861, living at Dunsford village with her husband James (an agricultural laborer), their children William, Mary, and Ellen, a nurse child, and a lodger.
            1. James WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1841 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth BURRIDGE (b. ca. 1845 at Bridford, Devon), d. by 1911. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a carter in the ADDEMS household at Poole, Bridford. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at East Hill Cottage, Holcombe Burnell, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Ellen, Joseph, Hannah, Mary, Frank, and Emily. At his daughter's marriage in 1900, a farm manager. In 1911, Elizabeth was engaged in dairy work, living at Hill Farm, Holcombe Burnell, with her children John, Ellen, Frank, and Georgina, her "niece" Alice Elizabeth SERCOMBE (really her granddaughter), and her "nephew" Cecil Frank SERCOMBE (really her grandson).
              1. John WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1866 at Dunsford. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his mother.
              2. Ellen WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1868 at Dunsford. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1911, engaged in dairy work, living with her mother.
              3. Joseph WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1870 at Dunsford. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              4. Hannah WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1872 at Dunsford. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
              5. Mary Jane WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1874 at Dunsford, m. 7 Jul 1900 at Hornsey, Middlesex, m. reg. Q3 1900 at Edmonton R.D., Herbert John SERCOMBE (how related?). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1900, of Hill Farm, Holcombe Burnell; Herbert was a carpenter, of 15 Newlands Road, Hornsey.
              6. Frank WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1876 at Dunsford or Holcombe Burnell. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his mother.
              7. Emily Louisa WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1879 at Dunsford. In 1881, living with her parents.
              8. Georgina WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1885 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1911, a general domestic servant, living with her mother.
            2. Elizabeth WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1849 at Dunsford. In 1851, living with her parents.
            3. William WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1851 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents.
            4. Mary WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1854 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents.
            5. Ellen WEDLAKE, b. ca. 1859 at Dunsford. In 1861, living with her parents.
          5. James SERCOMBE, chr. 18 May 1823 at Dunsford, m. 15 Nov 1843 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary COX (b. ca. 1823 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1879 at Exeter R.D., bur. 21 Aug 1879 at Dunsford, daughter of laborer John COX), d. reg. Q1 1878 at Exeter R.D., bur. 21 Mar 1878 at Dunsford. At his marriage in 1843, a laborer; Mary was a servant. At his daughter's baptism in 1844, a laborer, of Dunsford. In 1851, James was an agricultural laborer, living at Playbrook, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, children Mary and William, and "inmate" Sarah (annuitant, b. ca. 1785 at Lusley, Devon, m. BULLEY, wid. by 1851). In 1861, James was a provision dealer, living at Exe Island, Exeter St. Edmund, with his wife Mary, daughter Mary, and son George. In 1871, a general dealer, living at Exe Island with his wife Mary and son George. At his son's marriage in 1875, a general dealer. In 1878, of Exeter. At her death in 1879, Mary was of Exeter.
            1. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1844 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 Jan 1844 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1862 at Exeter R.D., Henry MERRIFIELD (b. ca. 1841 at Exeter). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, a seamstress, living with her parents. In 1871, living at Exe Island, Exeter, with her husband Henry (an engine fitter) and their children Francis, Alice, Edith, and Rose. In 1881, living at the Shakespeare Inn, Bonhay Road, Exeter, with her husband Henry (a licensed victualler and iron and brass engineer employing six men and three boys) and their children Francis, Alice, Edith, Rose, Harry, Walter, and William.
              1. Francis Henry MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1862 at Exeter. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, an assistant to his father, living with his parents.
              2. Alice MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1864 at Exeter. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a dressmaker's apprentice, living with her parents.
              3. Edith MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1867 at Exeter. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a pupil teacher at a Wesleyan day school, living with her parents.
              4. Rose MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1869 at Exeter. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
              5. Harry MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1871 at Exeter. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              6. Walter George MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1874 at Exeter. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              7. William James MERRIFIELD, b. ca. 1876 at Exeter. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
            2. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 23 May 1847 at Dunsford, d. 11 Jan 1860, d. reg. Q1 1860 at Exeter R.D., bur. 5 Feb 1860 at Dunsford. In 1851, living with his parents. At his death in 1859, of Exe Island. The memorial inscription to William and his parents at Dunsford, probably made after his mother's death in 1880, states that William died 11 Jan 1859 aged 11, but the Dunsford burial register records his burial on 5 Feb 1860 aged 13.
            3. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Sep 1853 at Dunsford, m. 25 Dec 1875 at St. Peter, West Hackney, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1875 at Hackney R.D., Jane Mary GODSLAND (b. ca. 1851 at Exeter, daughter of Thomas GODSLAND, a tailor, d. reg. Q2 1935 at Bournemouth R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1932 at Yeovil R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a smith, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1875, an engineer, of Derby Road; Jane was of Yeovil, Somerset; the witnesses were Joseph George BATES and Emily JOHNS. At his sons' baptisms in 1876 and 1879, an engineer, of Hardington Mandeville. In 1881, a fitter, lodging in the THOMAS household at the Temperance Hotel, West End South Side, Bruton, Somerset; Jane was a school mistress, living with her sons William and Ernest at 2 Hardington Village, Hardington Mandeville, Somerset. At his daughter's baptism in 1884, an engineer, of Hardington Mandeville. In 1891, a printer's engineer, living at The School House, Hardington Mandeville, with his wife Jane (a school mistress) and their sons William and Ernest. In 1901, a printer's overseer, living at 316 St. Marys Street, Hardington Mandeville, with his wife Jane (a school mistress), their son Ernest, and visitor Alice EWENS (b. ca. 1874 at Exeter). At his son's marriage in 1909, an engineer. In 1911, a printer's engineer (in the weekly newspapers business), living at Hardington with his wife Jane (a schoolmistress for the Somerset County Council) and their daughter May.
              1. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Hardington Mandeville, b. reg. Q4 1876 at Yeovil R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1876 at Hardington Mandeville, m. at Luckington, Wiltshire, m. reg. Q2 1903 at Malmesbury R.D., Daisy Marie K. or Kate Maria PRIGG (b. ca. 1880 at Lambay Island, Dublin, Ireland). In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1891, a printer's office boy, living with his parents. In 1901, a printer compositor, boarding in the KELLY household at 13 Berkeley Road, Bristol. In Apr 1911, Kate was visiting the LANGDON family at Stoford, Yeovil, with her children Kathleen and Ronald. She sailed from Liverpool on 16 May 1911 on the ship Franconia with her children Kathleen and Ronald, arriving in Boston, Massachusetts, to visit her (husband's) uncle George GODSLAND at 23 Cabot Street, Salem, Massachusetts; her husband William was then living at School House, Luckington.
                1. Kathleen Mary (or Marie) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1904 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1904 at Bristol R.D. In Apr 1911, at school, visiting the LANGDON family with her mother. In May 1911, sailed from Liverpool to Boston with her mother.
                2. Ronald George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Bristol, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Bristol R.D. In Apr 1911, visiting the LANGDON family with his mother. In May 1911, sailed from Liverpool to Boston with his mother.
              2. Ernest James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Hardington Mandeville, b. reg. Q3 1879 at Yeovil R.D., chr. 28 Sep 1879 at Hardington Mandeville, m. 3 Aug 1909 at St. Stephen, Wandsworth, Surrey, m. reg. Q3 1909 at Wandsworth R.D., Winifred Sarah A. Cope DUNSTAN (b. ca. 1884 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, d. reg. Q3 1962 at Yeovil R.D.; daughter of Alfred DUNSTAN, a foreman engineer), d. reg. Q2 1963 at Yeovil R.D. In 1881, living with his mother. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a stereotyper, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1909, a clerk, of Brightside, Goldcroft, Yeovil; Winifred was of 82 Fawe Park Road, Wandsworth; the witnesses were Alfred Peter DUNSTAN and Maude Ann DUNSTAN. In 1911, a newspaper clerk, living at 10 Crofton Park, Yeovil, with his wife Winifred.
                1. Muriel P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Yeovil R.D., d. reg. Q4 1912 at Yeovil R.D.
                2. Lionel Ernest P. SERCOMBE, b. 8 Aug 1915, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Yeovil R.D., m. reg. Q1 1937 at Yeovil R.D., Jessamine M. LAWNER (b. 28 Mar 1910, d. reg. Nov 1993 at Yeovil R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1979 at Yeovil R.D.
                  1. Mary E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1937 at Yeovil R.D., m. reg. Q2 1964 at Yeovil R.D., Donald W.C. WATKINS.
                    1. Mark D. WATKINS, b. reg. Q3 1964 at Wood Green R.D.
                    2. Simon John WATKINS, b. reg. Q3 1967 at Islington R.D.
                  2. Peter J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1939 at Yeovil R.D.
                  3. Carole J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1943 at Yeovil R.D., m. reg. Q3 1964 at Yeovil R.D., John N. LAZONBY.
                    1. David John LAZONBY, b. reg. Q1 1966 at Windsor R.D.
                    2. Peter James LAZONBY, b. reg. Q1 1968 at Howden R.D.
                    3. Andrew Paul LAZONBY, b. reg. Q2 1971 at Barkston Ash R.D.
              3. Hyacinth May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Hardington, b. reg. Q2 1884 at Yeovil R.D., chr. 3 Aug 1884 at Hardington Mandeville. In 1891, living in the household of her maternal grandparents at the cottage behind 6 Alphington Street, St. Thomas. In 1901, a draper's apprentice in the household of her employer at 52 and 53 Southgate Street, Bath, Somerset. In 1911, a monitress for the Somerset County Council, living with her parents.
          6. William SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Mar 1826 at Dunsford, m. 6 Mar 1847 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., Sarah PUDDICOMBE (b. 17 Dec 1827 at Bridford, daughter of laborer William PUDDICOMBE, d. reg. Q3 1922 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1894 at St. Thomas R.D. At his marriage in 1847, a laborer. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Haylake, Cheriton Bishop, Devon, with his wife Sarah and their children Ann, Mary, and John. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Smallake No. 1, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah (an agricultural "labouress") and their children Susan, William, and Eliza. In 1871, a waggoner, living at Bridford Mill Cottage with his wife Sarah, their children John, Joseph, Eliza, Emily, Emma, James, and Jessie, and Sarah's father. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Chapple Cottage, Bridford, with his wife Sarah and their children William, James, and Jessie. In 1891, a farm laborer, living at Bridford Mill Cottage, Bridford, with his wife Sarah. In 1901, Sarah was living with her son William. In 1911, she was living with her daughter Ann.
            1. Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q4 1847 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1866 at St. Thomas R.D., John PARTRIDGE (b. ca. 1842 at Dunsford, d. by 1901). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a house servant in the BAKER household at Mounson Farm, Cheriton Bishop, together with her brother Joseph. In 1871, living at Leigh Cross Cottages, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband John (a nursery man) and their daughter Mary. In 1881, living at Cross Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer) and their children Mary, John, and Anna. In 1891, living at Swanford Farm, Bridford, with her husband John (a nurseryman) and their children Mary, Mark, Sarah, Lois, and Fred. In 1901, a farmer, living at Swanford Cottage, Bridford, with her children John, Mark, Lusie, and Fred. In 1911, a farmer, living at Harrowmoor, Dunsford, with her mother and her children Mark and Fred.
              1. Mary PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1869 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, living with her parents.
              2. John PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1876 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an agricultural laborer, living with his mother.
              3. Anna PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1878 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
              4. Mark PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1881 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an agricultural laborer, living with his mother. In 1911, living with his mother and working on her farm.
              5. Sarah PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1883 at Bridford. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              6. Lois or Lusie PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1885 at Bridford. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her mother.
              7. Fred PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1888 at Bridford, d. reg. 1950 at Berwick district, Victoria, Australia. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, at school, living with his mother. In 1911, farming, living with his mother.
            2. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1849 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Nov 1849 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1870 at Exeter R.D., George SMALLRIDGE (b. 1845, d. 10 Mar 1914). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a house servant in the BEER household at Westacombe Farm, Dunsford. Mother of William SMALLRIDGE, who married his first cousin Polly SERCOMBE. Ancestor of researcher Alfred Tarring.
            3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1851 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q1 1851 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary Elizabeth GOLDSWORTHY (b. ca. 1855 at Exminster, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1915 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1933 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a farm servant in the GORWYN household at Gorin Farm, Cheriton Bishop. In 1871, a smith, living with his parents. In 1881, a farmer, living at Shute Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, with his wife Mary and their children Bessie, William, and Bertha. In 1891, a farmer, living at Sextons, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Mary and their children Bessie, William, and Bertha. In 1901, a farmer, living at Lowley Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Mary, their children William and Bertha, and two farm servants. In 1911, a farmer, living at Cowick Barton, St. Thomas, with his wife Mary, their daughter Bessie, her son William BROOKS, visitor Gladys BROOKS (at school, b. ca. 1900 at Seaton, Devon; perhaps Gladys SERCOMBE, daughter of their daughter Bertha?), and a dairy assistant.
              1. Bessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1875 at Hennock, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1875 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1898 at Exeter R.D., William BROOKS. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, enumerated twice in the census, once living with her parents, and once living with her father's sister Emma SERCOMBE. In 1911, engaged in dairy work, living with her parents, with her son William.
                1. William John Sercombe BROOKS, b. ca. 1899 at Crediton, b. reg. Q3 1899 at Crediton R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his mother and her parents.
              2. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Hennock, b. reg. Q3 1876 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1909 at Hartley Wintney R.D., Beatrice Maud NOSWORTHY (b. 5 Jan 1880 at Denbury, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1971 at Honiton R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1934 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farmer, living at Whiddon Farm, Abbotskerswell, Devon, with his wife Beatrice, a horseman on the farm, and a general servant.
                1. William Rex SERCOMBE, b. 18 Aug 1913, b. reg. Q3 1913 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1942 at Newton Abbot R.D., Agnes Edith MORTIMORE (b. 30 Apr 1915, d. reg. Q3 1974 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Feb 1994 at Teignbridge R.D.
              3. Bertha SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1880 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1908 at Exeter R.D., Sydney UNDERHAY, d. reg. Q3 1908 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. At her daughter Winifred's birth in 1899, of Lowley, Doddiscombsleigh. At her daughter Gladys's birth in 1900, of Doddiscombsleigh. In 1901, living with her parents.
                1. Winifred Pook SERCOMBE, subsequently Winifred Pook JENKINS, b. 4 Jan 1899 at Alvington Terrace, Kingsbridge, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1899 at Kingsbridge R.D., m. reg. Q4 1919 at Newcastle upon Tyne R.D., James G. FORSTER. In 1901, living with her adopted parents, William H. JENKINS (a retired police constable, b. ca. 1852 at Hope Cove, Devon) and his wife Ellen (b. ca. 1852 at Kingsbridge) at Market Place, Dodbrooke, Devon. In 1911, attending school, living with her adopted mother at 12 Rosedale Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne.
                2. Gladys SERCOMBE, b. 6 Jan 1900 at Whitford, in the parish of Shute, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Axminster R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1932 at St. Thomas R.D., her mother's first cousin John "Jack" SERCOMBE, m2. reg. Q3 1953 at Devon Central R.D., Douglas R. BEATTIE. In 1901, living with her grandparents William R. SPARKES (a market gardener, b. ca. 1849 in Hampshire) and Elizabeth E. (b. ca. 1852 at Portsmouth) at 8 Arthur's Buildings, Exeter. (Where in 1911? Is she "Gladys BROOKS", her grandparents' visitor? If so, perhaps cared for by her aunt Bessie.)
              4. Another child, d. by 1911.
            4. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q1 1853 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary Ann LEE (b. ca. 1848 at Barnstaple, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1932 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1928 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, a cart boy in the BAKER household at Mounson Farm, Cheriton Bishop, together with his sister Ann. In 1871, a laborer, living with his parents. In 1881, a farmer of 25 acres employing one man, living at Clappermarsh Farm, Bridford, with his wife Mary, their children Hesther, Wilfred, and Charlie, and an employee laborer. In 1891, a farmer, living at Sheldon, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Mary, their children Esther, Wilfred, Charlie, Bessie, Polly, Joseph, William, and David, and visitor Amelia (b. ca. 1820 at Crediton, Devon, m. HUTCHINGS, wid. by 1891). In 1901, a farmer, living at Venn Farm, Bridford, with his wife Mary, their children Wilfred, Charlie, Bessie, Polly, Joseph, William, David, John, Percy, and Ruth, and carter Frank SERCOMBE (his fourth cousin). In 1911, a farmer, living at Venn Farm, Bridford, with his wife Mary, their children Joseph, William, John, Percy, and Ruth, their grandson Donald SMALLRIDGE (son of their daughter Polly), and an employee shepherd.
              1. Hester Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1875 at Bridford, b. reg. Q4 1875 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., Richard Clement HIGHAM (b. ca. 1874 at Moreton Pinhay, Northamptonshire). In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a general domestic servant in the SCLATER household at Summerlands, Heavitree Road, Exeter. In 1911, assisting in her husband's restaurant business, living at 83 High Street, Totnes, Devon, with her husband Richard and her first cousin Helena SERCOMBE.
              2. Wilfred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1877 at Bridford, b. reg. Q4 1877 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., Bessie Matilda Coldridge CHURCHWARD (b. ca. 1870 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1936 at Newton Abbot R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1937 at Thanet R.D., Edith Naomi or Naomi Edith MARTIN (b. ca. 1890, d. reg. Q2 1968 at Thanet R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1937 at Thanet R.D. In 1881, 1891, and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farmer, living at Great Woodhay, Whitestone, with his wife Bessie, their children Winifred, Wilfred, and Margaret, Bessie's mother and sister, and a farm house boy.
                1. Winifred Mary Elsie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q2 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., m. George Reidford McCULLOCH. In 1911, living with her parents.
                2. Wilfred Clifford or Clifford Wilfred SERCOMBE, b. 11 Aug 1905 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1928 at Exeter R.D., Rhoda H. TUCKETT (m2. reg. Q4 1949 at Exeter R.D., Albert S. SYMONS), m2. reg. Q4 1965 at Croydon R.D., Doris Maud WINFIELD (b. Mar 1913, d. reg. May 2003 at Croydon R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1993 at Croydon R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                3. Margaret Ruth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q3 1908 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1933 at Bromley R.D., Frederick George EASTERBROOK. In 1911, living with his parents. Ancestor of researcher Gary Easterbrook. (See Gary's database at WorldConnect for additional details on this branch of the family. He credits much of his Sercombe data to his cousin Alfred Tarring.)
                4. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. 7 May 1912, b. reg. Q2 1912 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1939 at Lewisham R.D., Maud Edith GULLEY (b. 30 Apr 1911, d. reg. Oct 1984 at Crawley R.D.), d. reg. Jun 1985 at Crawley R.D.
              3. Charlie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., Minnie Elizabeth PASSMORE (b. ca. 1882, d. reg. Q1 1905 at St. Thomas R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1909 at South Molton R.D., Christian BURROWS (b. ca. 1879 at Witheridge, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1963 at Devon Central R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1910 at Crediton R.D. In 1881, 1891, and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, Christian was living in the household of her uncle Frank BURROW at Tree Farm, East Woolfardisworthy, Devon.
              4. Bessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1881 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., Frederick PESTER (b. ca. 1876 at Exeter). In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at 21 Barrack Road, Heavitree, with her husband Frederick (a gas works clerk) and their son Victor.
                1. Victor PESTER, b. ca. 1907 at Heavitree. In 1911, living with his parents.
              5. Polly SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Clappermarsh, Bridford, b. reg. Q1 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., her first cousin William SMALLRIDGE (b. ca. 1883 at Doddiscombsleigh, son of Polly's aunt Mary SERCOMBE). In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at The Forge, Dunchideock, with her husband William (a blacksmith) and their children Harold, Stanley, Edwin, and Donald. Ancestor of researcher Alfred Tarring.
                1. Harold SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1905 at Alphington. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Stanley SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1906 at Dunchideock. In 1911, living with his parents.
                3. Edwin SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1908 at Dunchideock. In 1911, living with his parents.
                4. Donald SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1909 at Dunchideock. In 1911, living with either his parents or his maternal grandparents (enumerated twice).
                5. Another child, alive in 1911.
              6. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1887 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1911 at St. Thomas R.D., Edith A. GOLDSWORTHY (m2. reg. Q2 1923 at St. Thomas R.D., George ANDREWS), d. reg. Q2 1914 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 7 May 1914 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a potato merchant, living with his parents. At his burial in 1914, of Leigh Cross, Doddiscombsleigh.
                1. Kathleen V. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1912 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1934 at Exeter R.D., Leonard BAKER.
                2. Muriel A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1936 at Exeter R.D., William John H. YOULDON.
                3. Josephine M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1914 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1933 at Exeter R.D., Edgar John WAKEHAM.
                4. Kenneth Gordon SERCOMBE, b. 19 Aug 1921, b. reg. Q3 1921 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1943 at Exeter R.D., Joyce K. WOOD, m2. reg. Q2 1967 at Exeter R.D., Beryl Mary RUSSELL (b. 17 Feb 1924, d. reg. Feb 2004 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Dec 2001 at Taunton R.D.
              7. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1889 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1889 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1927 at St. Thomas R.D., Emma Elsie or Elsie E. PARTRIDGE (b. reg. Q2 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1968 at Exeter R.D.; sister in law of William's fourth cousin once removed William George SERCOMBE), d. reg. Q2 1961 at Devon Central R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, at school, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his parents and working on their farm. Relative of researcher David Marshall.
                1. Barbara R. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1931 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1951 at Exeter R.D., Harold S. (or Richard?) BAKER.
                  1. Kelvyn R. BAKER, b. reg. Q2 1952 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Ivan P. BAKER, b. reg. Q3 1954 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Lindsey J. BAKER, b. reg. Q4 1956 at Exeter R.D.
              8. David SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1890 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1924 at Havant R.D., Florence "Cissie" ARNELL, d. reg. Q3 1960 at Plymouth R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, at school, living with his parents. In 1911, a salesman in the clothing and outfitting business, boarding at 1 Sudley Road, Pendleton, Manchester.
                1. Ann H.A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1930 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q2 1953 at Greenwich R.D., John T. HOCKING.
                  1. Michael J.T. HOCKING, b. reg. Q2 1954 at Forest of Dean R.D.
                  2. Roland W.D. HOCKING, b. reg. Q2 1956 at Warwick R.D.
                  3. Ella R.F. HOCKING, b. reg. Q3 1958 at Chelmsford R.D.
              9. John "Jack" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1892 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1932 at St. Thomas R.D., his first cousin's daughter Gladys SERCOMBE, d. reg. Q4 1951 at Devon Central R.D. In 1901, at school, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his parents and working on their farm.
                1. Patricia G. "Pat" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1953 at Devon Central R.D., Daniel J. HARVEY.
                2. Miriam Jean SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1937 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q2 1961 at Devon Central R.D., Alfred W. VICARY.
                3. Keith John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1940 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q4 1962 at Newton Abbot R.D., Pauline Ellen PRATT.
                  1. Richard John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Sep 1990 at St. Austell R.D., Maureen R. TRUDGIAN, m2. reg. Sep 1999 at St. Austell R.D., Joanne TREWEEK.
                    1. Briony Louise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Dec 2000 at Truro R.D.
                    2. Kieran John SERCOMBE, b. reg. May 2003 at Truro R.D.
                    3. Callum Thomas SERCOMBE, b. reg. Aug 2005 at Truro R.D.
                  2. Alistair SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1965 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. May 1996 at Ealing R.D., Karon L. KEATING.
                  3. Jeanette SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1966 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Apr 1988 at Newton Abbot R.D., Robert Wilson MANLEY.
                  4. Amanda Joy SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1970 at Torbay R.D.
              10. Percy SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1922 at Exeter R.D., Ivy Elizabeth FRIEND (b. 19 Jun 1898, d. 13 Sep 1990 in Orange County, California), d. reg. Q3 1956 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, at school, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his parents and working on their farm. In 1949, sailed with his wife Ivy from Southampton to Tenerife.
                1. Theodore "Theo" Friend SERCOMBE, b. 24 May 1927, b. reg. Q2 1927 at Exeter R.D., m. Norma, d. 1997 in New Zealand. Student at Cambridge University (Christ's College, B.A. 1947, M.A. 1951) and Oxford University (Dipl. Th. 1970). Wycliffe Hall Oxford 1968. Ordained deacon 1970. Ordained priest 1971 at Exeter. Curate of St. Andrew, Plymouth, 1970-1973. Curate of New Plymouth, New Zealand, 1973-1976. Vicar of Inglewood, New Zealand, from 1976.
                2. Mary E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1935 at Exeter R.D.
              11. Ruth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1925 at St. Thomas R.D., Frank LAMACRAFT. In 1901, at school, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her parents and working on their farm.
              12. Three more children, d. by 1911.
            5. Susan SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Mar 1855 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., Francis BOND, d. reg. Q2 1875 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant in the SURRIDGE household at Teignvale Cottage, Bridford.
            6. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q2 1857 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1888 at Exeter R.D., Mary PHILP (b. ca. 1857 at Sutton, Linkinhorne, Cornwall). In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a mill and farm servant in the SHEARS household at Bridford Mill, Bridford. In 1881, a blacksmith, living with his parents. At his son's birth in 1889, a farmer, of Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, a farmer, living at Nogsland Farm, Holcombe Burnell, with his wife Mary and their son John and two lodgers, his sister Jessie and her husband William James SERCOMBE (his first cousin). In 1901, a farmer, living at Nogsland Farm with his wife Mary, their children John, Arthur, and Minnie, his mother Sarah, a general domestic servant, two teamsters, and yardsman Harry SERCOMBE (his third cousin once removed). In 1911, a farmer, living at Trobridge Barton, Crediton, Devon, with his wife Mary, their children Arthur and Minnie, and his sister Emma's daughter Olive.
              1. John SERCOMBE, b. 13 Oct 1889 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1889 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 10 Jan 1912 in Portage la Prairie rural municipality, Manitoba, Rose Emily BASHAM (b. 5 Aug 1884 at Burton End, Haverhill, Suffolk, daughter of David BASHAM, a cutter in a clothing factory, and Rachell FARROW, d. 16 Sep 1976 at Brandon, Manitoba, bur. in Hillside Cemetery, Portage la Prairie), d. 18 Jan 1960 at Portage la Prairie, bur. in Hillside Cemetery, Portage la Prairie. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1909, sailed from Liverpool to Halifax, Nova Scotia. In 1911, a farm laborer for the KITSON family in Portage la Prairie district. For most of his life, a farmer.
                1. Esther SERCOMBE, b. 30 Dec 1912 at Portage la Prairie, m. 19 Nov 1941 Harold BOTT, d. 6 Jul 1980.
                2. Frances SERCOMBE, b. 12 Oct 1920 at Portage la Prairie, m. Joe HANNA. Lived most of her life in Glen Ewen, Saskatchewan.
                3. Dorcas Rose SERCOMBE, b. 19 Dec 1922 at Portage la Prairie, m. 1 Dec 1954 Henry DYCK (b. 14 Aug 1935, d. 2011). Residence Portage la Prairie. Ancestor of researcher Caroline Foster.
                4. Phyllis SERCOMBE, b. 30 Aug 1925 at Portage la Prairie, m1. 4 Dec 1946 Michael BOWDEN, m2. 3 Aug 1990 Everett LEADER (b. 7 Sep 1914, d. 28 Nov 1999), m3. George LAWFORD. Residence Portage la Prairie.
                5. Norma SERCOMBE, b. 10 Jan 1928 at Portage la Prairie, m. Aquila STAMATYADES. Residence Toronto, Ontario. Ancestor of researcher Phil Stamatyades.
                6. Muriel SERCOMBE, b. 13 Oct 1929 at Portage la Prairie, m. 1988 Roy BECKETT. Residence St. Thomas, Ontario.
              2. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Nogsland, Holcombe Burnell, b. reg. Q4 1895 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1931 at Bridgwater R.D., Bertha WARREN (b. 1 Jan 1893, b. reg. Q1 1893 at Bridgwater R.D., d. reg. Q1 1973 at Honiton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1968 at Honiton R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his parents and assisting on their farm. Had no children.
              3. Minnie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Nogsland, Holcombe Burnell, b. reg. Q4 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1946 at Honiton R.D., Henry W. PARSONS. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. (stepson) John PARSONS.
            7. Eliza SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Cheriton Bishop or Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1859 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., Samuel PARTRIDGE (b. ca. 1855 at Christow). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living at Bridford Mills Cottage, Bridford, with her husband Samuel (a waggoner) and their daughters Emily and Emma. In 1891, living at Duck Pool Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband Samuel (an agricultural laborer) and their children Emily, Emma, Kate, Jessie, William, and Lily. In 1901, living at Dent House, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband Samuel (a farmer), their children Jessie, William, Lily, Maud, James, Samuel, and Mary, and visitor Sarah (b. ca. 1821, m. PARTRIDGE, wid. by 1901).
              1. Emily PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1878 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              2. Emma PARTRIDGE, b. ca. Nov 1880 at Bridford. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              3. Kate PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1883 at Bridford. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              4. Jessie PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1885 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents.
              5. William PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1887 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, living with his parents.
              6. Lily PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1889 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents.
              7. Maud PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1894 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1901, living with her parents.
              8. James PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1896 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. Gertrude SERCOMBE (or perhaps Gertrude Sercombe PARTRIDGE?). In 1901, living with his parents.
              9. Samuel PARTRIDGE, b. ca. 1899 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1901, living with his parents.
              10. Mary PARTRIDGE, b. ca. Feb 1901 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1901, living with her parents.
            8. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1861 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1861 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 13 Oct 1861 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1872 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents.
            9. Emma SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1863 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., George Henry WHITE (b. ca. 1864 at Christow). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a domestic servant in the COLDRIDGE household at White Moor Farm, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1891, living at Mayns Cottage, Alphington, with her husband George (a blacksmith), their son John, and her niece Bessie SERCOMBE (daughter of her brother John). In 1901, living at Venn Park Cottage, Bridford, with her husband George (a blacksmith), their children Gilbert, Olive, and Dorothy, and a boarder.
              1. John Gilbert or Gilbert John WHITE, b. Mar 1891 at Alphington. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, at school, living with his parents.
              2. Olive E. WHITE, b. ca. 1893 at Bridford, Devon. In 1901, at school, living with her parents. In 1911, a dairy work assistant in the household of her mother's brother William.
              3. Dorothy J. WHITE, b. ca. 1896 at Bridford. In 1901, living with her parents.
            10. James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1866 at Bridford, b. reg. Q1 1866 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1889 at Newton Abbot R.D., Kate HATHERLEY (b. ca. 1867 at St. Leonards on Sea or Hastings, Sussex, d. reg. Q1 1939 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. 13 Feb 1938, d. reg. Q1 1938 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1891, a farmer, living at Swanford Farm, Bridford, with his wife Kate and son Dennis. In 1901, a farmer, living at Easternhill, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Kate, their children Dennis, Helena, Leah, Eglon, Elsie, Herbert, Fred, and Emily, a waggoner, a cattle man, and a horse man. In 1911, a farmer, living at Lowley Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his children Dennis, Leah, Eglon, Elsie, Herbert, Emily, Ida, Frances, James, and Mary. At his daughter's marriage in 1935, a farmer.
              1. Dennis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1890 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1915 at Leominster R.D., Gertrude Elizabeth MORGAN (from Hereford, b. 23 Feb 1893, d. reg. Q4 1972 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1942 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his parents and working on their farm.
                1. Enid Kate SERCOMBE, b. 22 Dec 1916, b. reg. Q1 1917 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Oct 1994 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Elizabeth "Betty" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1918 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1963 at Exeter R.D., Auguste M. MUNTZ.
                3. Philip A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1919 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1944 at East Glamorgan R.D., Betty F. BARNETT.
                  1. Eleanor M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Worthing R.D., m. reg. Jan 1984 at Bournemouth R.D., John G. BEARDSELL.
                  2. Margaret E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1947 at Worthing R.D., m. reg. Q3 1970 at Chichester R.D., David J. ADLAM.
                    1. Timothy David ADLAM, b. reg. Q3 1971 at Worthing R.D.
                    2. Rachel Elizabeth ADLAM, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Worthing R.D.
                    3. Philip John ADLAM, b. reg. Q4 1980 at Bury St. Edmunds R.D.
                    4. Stephen Mark ADLAM, b. reg. Q1 1982 at Bury St. Edmunds R.D.
                  3. Andrew P.J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1950 at Chichester R.D., m. at Cambray Baptist, Cheltenham, m. reg. Q3 1972 at Cheltenham R.D., Susan E. MORPHET (m2. reg. Jul 1993 at Peterborough R.D., Peter J. AVERY).
                    1. Elizabeth Anne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1975 at Worthing R.D.
                    2. Jonathan Andrew SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1977 at Worthing R.D.
                    3. Benjamin James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1980 at Worthing R.D.
                  4. Gerald S.J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1953 at Chichester R.D., m. reg. Q4 1976 at Chichester R.D., Jacoba H. VAN DRIEL.
                    1. Richard Stuart SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1979 at Chichester R.D., m. reg. Sep 2004 at Chichester R.D., Rebecca S. GOBLE.
                    2. Darren Johannes SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1981 at Chichester R.D.
                    3. Naomi Johanna SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1983 at Chichester R.D., m. reg. May 2004 at Chichester R.D., Daniel A. LOCKE.
                    4. Hannah Frances SERCOMBE, b. reg. May 1988 at Chichester R.D.
                4. Edward Hatherly "Ted" SERCOMBE, b. 1921 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1921 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 1944 at at Torquay, m. reg. Q1 1944 at Newton Abbot R.D., Patricia Mary BERRY (b. 2 Sep 1915, d. 2 Apr 2007, bur. at Manning Great Lakes Memorial Gardens, Taree, New South Wales), d. 7 Sep 2003, bur. at Manning Great Lakes Memorial Gardens. Emigrated to Australia (Liverpool to Sydney) in 1952 with his wife Patricia and their children Josephine and Lynda.
                  1. Josephine Denise SERCOME, b. reg. Q4 1944 at North Bucks R.D., m. John HOLLAND. Emigrated to Australia with her parents in 1952. Researcher Jo Holland.
                  2. Lynda Louise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1946 at Devon Central R.D., m. Phillip Raymond PACKER. Emigrated to Australia with her parents in 1952. Researchers Phil and Lynda Packer.
                  3. Caroline Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1948 at Devon Central R.D., d. young.
                  4. Philip Morgan David SERCOMBE, b. 1953, m1. Vivian Maxine DICKINS, m2. Linda Jane HARRIS.
                    1. Bradley James Edward SERCOMBE, m. 27 Sep 2003 Sharon Lynette RANGER (b. 18 Jun 1972). Researcher Brad Sercombe.
                      1. Jade Kirsty SERCOMBE, b. 5 Nov 2006.
                      2. Jasper Damien SERCOMBE, b. 8 May 2009.
                    2. Morgane SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jul 2000.
                5. Dennis Morgan SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1925 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1950 at Exeter R.D., Alicia HOLMES (b. 10 Jun 1929 in Spain, daughter of James HOLMES and Florence WALTON, missionaries, d. 28 Jan 2004), m2. Dorothy "Dot". Emigrated to Australia (Southampton to Fremantle) in 1966. Missionary at Kurrawang, an Aboriginal community near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
                  1. Alison Wendy SERCOMBE, b. 24 Dec 1950 at Teignmouth, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 8 Jun 1974, Neville J. SHEEHAN (d. 21 May 2003). Of Sydney, Australia.
                  2. Graham Morgan SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jan 1952 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q1 1952 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. Andrea LEAN.
                    1. Andrew SERCOMBE.
                    2. Kylie SERCOMBE, m. Amos.
                    3. Ben SERCOMBE.
                    4. Jennifer SERCOMBE.
                    5. Daniel SERCOMBE.
                    6. Nathan SERCOMBE.
                    7. Fiona SERCOMBE.
                  3. Lindsay Brian SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jan 1954 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q1 1954 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. Kathleen JORDAN.
                    1. Ryan SERCOMBE.
                    2. Greg SERCOMBE.
                    3. Rachel SERCOMBE.
                  4. Malcolm Colin "Mal" SERCOMBE, b. 5 Oct 1956 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q4 1956 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 7 May 1977 Ellen Maree RADCLIFFE (b. 9 May 1957). Researcher Mal Sercombe.
                    1. Karen Maree SERCOMBE, b. 8 Jun 1979, m. 24 Jun 2000 Iain Douglas BUCHANAN. Researcher Iain Buchanan.
                    2. Janet Ellen SERCOMBE, b. 20 Mar 1982, m. 2 Apr 2005 Joshua GITSHAM.
                    3. Bradley Malcolm "Brad" SERCOMBE, b. 24 Dec 1985, m. 2008 Danielle.
                  5. Howard Noel SERCOMBE, b. 31 Dec 1957 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q1 1958 at Newton Abbot R.D., m1. Heather BROWN, m2. 5 Jun 2005 Helen WOLFENDEN.
                    1. Jethro SERCOMBE.
                    2. Matthew SERCOMBE.
                    3. Dylan SERCOMBE.
                  6. Nigel Antony SERCOMBE, b. 6 May 1960 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q2 1960 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. Annemarie KLUSEK.
                    1. Antony SERCOMBE.
                    2. Christal SERCOMBE.
                    3. Michelle SERCOMBE.
                    4. Julia SERCOMBE.
                  7. Heather Janice SERCOMBE, b. 15 Aug 1966 at Kalgoorlie, m. Jeff WILLIAMS.
                  8. Deborah Karen SERCOMBE, b. 18 Dec 1968 at Kalgoorlie, m. Andrew BISHOP.
              2. Helena SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1892 at Bridford, b. reg. Q1 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1915 at St. Thomas R.D., Reginald S. HOLE. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a general servant in the household of her first cousin Hester Ann SERCOMBE.
                1. Ethelinda E. HOLE, b. reg. Q1 1916 at St. Thomas R.D.
                2. Herbert D. HOLE, b. reg. Q3 1917 at St. Thomas R.D.
                3. Kate M. HOLE, b. reg. Q1 1919 at St. Thomas R.D.
                4. Grace HOLE, b. reg. Q3 1921 at St. Thomas R.D.
              3. Leah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1916 at St. Thomas R.D., Ernest SMALLRIDGE (b. 1889, d. 1918). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, engaged in dairy work, living with her parents.
              4. Eglon SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Bridford, b. reg. Q4 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 1920 in New Zealand, Caroline Ann HATHERLEY (b. 21 Mar 1897, d. 1980 in New Zealand), d. 1952 in New Zealand. In 1901 and 1911, living with his parents.
              5. Elsie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1896 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1896 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 1928 in New Zealand, John OAKLEY. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
              6. Herbert SERCOMBE, b. 19 Oct 1897 at Bridford, b. reg. Q4 1897 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1920 at Newton Abbot R.D., Sarah E. "Sally" MORGAN (b. ca. 1895, d. reg. Q2 1956 at Newton Abbot R.D.), m2. reg. Q3 1957 at Devon Central R.D., Ethel Gertie "Beattie" CAPENER (b. 20 Jan 1904, d. reg. Apr 1985 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1988 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Evelyn K. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Newton Abbot R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1944 at Newton Abbot R.D., Frederick G. HOWES, m2. reg. Q3 1966 at Trowbridge R.D., Cyril K. (Ken) FINLINSON.
                2. Eglon SERCOMBE, b. 23 Dec 1923, b. reg. Q1 1924 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1955 at Trowbridge R.D., Sylvia Doreen COWLING (from Trowbridge, Wiltshire), d. reg. Jun 1992 at Worksop R.D.
                  1. Andi SERCOMBE, b. 1965. Researcher Andi Sercombe.
                3. Doreen E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1926 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1955 at Newton Abbot R.D., Donald R. STEGGLES.
                  1. Judith E. STEGGLES, b. reg. Q3 1956 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                  2. Jacqueline A. STEGGLES, b. reg. Q1 1959 at Plymouth R.D.
              7. Fred or Frederick SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1899 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1899 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1968 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a student inmate in the Western Counties Asylum (a "Learning Institution for the Feeble Minded"), Starcross, Devon.
              8. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q3 1900 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Phyllis SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1926 at Totnes R.D., m. Frank REED.
              9. Ida Kate SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1937 at Newton Abbot R.D., Stephen DUNNING. In 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Peter W.J. DUNNING, b. reg. Q3 1938 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                2. Mary DUNNING, b. reg. Q4 1940 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                3. Victor S. DUNNING, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Bridgwater R.D.
              10. Frances Ada SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1905 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 22 Jan 1935 at the Christian Brethren Meeting Room, Bitton Street, Teignmouth, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1935 at Newton Abbot R.D., Vincent James "Vince" COUNTER (b. ca. 1908, son of Samuel COUNTER, a gardener). In 1911, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1935, a cook, of Higher Holcombe Farm, Teignmouth; Vincent was a mason, of 2 Verbena Terrace, Bishopsteignton; the witnesses were James SERCOMBE and Ernest COUNTER.
              11. James SERCOMBE, b. 12 Dec 1907 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1908 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1935 at Newton Abbot R.D., Ethel Eunice PADY (b. 27 Oct 1909, b. reg. Q4 1909 at Cardiff R.D., d. reg. Jul 2000 at Salisbury R.D.), d. reg. Dec 1998 at Beverley R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Lawrence J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1936 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1958 at Stoke on Trent R.D., Audrey E. WRIGHT.
                  1. Wendy E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1959 at Chichester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1980 at Tunbridge Wells R.D., Marcus J.S. WARD.
                    1. Daniel James S. WARD, b. reg. Q2 1983 at Brentwood R.D.
                    2. Heidi Ruth WARD, b. reg. Dec 1984 at Brentwood R.D.
                  2. Derrick L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1962 at Worthing R.D., m. reg. Apr 1985 at Ashford R.D., Bridgit J. OLIVER.
                    1. Jessica Ruth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Sep 1987 at Ashford R.D.
                    2. Rebecca Clementina SERCOMBE, b. reg. May 1990 at Ashford R.D.
                  3. Ruth Linda SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1966 at Worthing R.D., m. reg. Mar 1990 at Surrey North Western R.D., Michael D. CLARK.
                    1. Melissa Ruth CLARK, b. reg. May 1993 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                    2. Bethany Jayne CLARK, b. reg. Sep 1996 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                    3. Jonathan Michael CLARK, b. reg. Feb 2002 at Surrey Northern R.D.
                2. Joy SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1940 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1963 at Chichester R.D., Anthony J. MARSHALL.
                  1. Beth R. MARSHALL, b. reg. Q3 1964 at Surrey South Eastern R.D.
                  2. Esther Joy MARSHALL, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Hitchin R.D.
                  3. Robert James MARSHALL, b. reg. Q2 1972 at Aldershot R.D.
              12. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1910 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1910 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1935 at Newton Abbot R.D., Ernest COUNTER. In 1911, living with her parents.
              13. Doris H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1935 at Newton Abbot R.D., Harold S. FRANCIS.
            11. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., William James SERCOMBE (her first cousin), d. reg. Q4 1931 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
        8. Joseph SERCOMBE, chr. 13 Jul 1788 at Dunsford, m. 28 Oct 1818 at Dunsford, Sarah "Sally" JAMES (b. ca. 1790 at Cheriton Bishop, d. reg. Q1 1868 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 7 Feb 1868 at Dunsford), bur. 29 Mar 1830 at Dunsford. In 1796, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Nicholas TUCKETT, by consent. At his marriage in 1818, a laborer, of Dunsford; his brother James was a witness at the marriage. At his son's baptism in 1819, a laborer, of Oak Cottage, Dunsford. In 1821, a laborer, living at Tucketts Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah, son William, mother Mary, and niece Jane (b. ca. 1816 not in Dunsford). At his sons' baptisms in 1821 and 1824, a laborer, of Oak Cottage, Dunsford. At his death in 1830, of Little Silver, Dunsford. Posthumously, at his sons' marriages in 1847, 1851, and 1853, a laborer, but at his other son's marriage in 1849, a husbandman. In 1841, Sarah was a servant in the BRAGG household at Furlong Farm, Drewsteignton, Devon. In 1851, she was a cook in the BRAGG household at Furlong, Drewsteignton. In 1861, she was living with her son George at No. 2 Berry Cross Cottage, Dunsford. At her death in 1868, she was of Berry Cross.
          1. William SERCOMBE, chr. 19 Dec 1819 at Dunsford, m. 30 Oct 1853 at St. Thomas Register Office, m. reg. Q4 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth FINNIMORE (b. ca. 1827 at Whitestone, Devon, chr. 7 Oct 1827 at Whitestone, daughter of John FINNIMORE and Mary, d. reg. Q3 1890 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1886 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1821, living with his parents. In 1851, a farm servant in the HELLIER household at Meadhay, Dunsford. At his marriage in 1853, a laborer, of Dunsford; Elizabeth was a servant, of Whitestone; their marriage was witnessed by William SOUTHCOTT and Mary MOXEY. At his son's baptism in 1854, a labourer, of Kings Court, Doddiscombsleigh, Devon. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Lower Hayne, Whitestone, with his wife Elizabeth, children William and Sarah, Elizabeth's father, and a nursing infant boarder. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living at Connetts, Halfordwood, Whitestone, with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Mary, a boarder, and a lodger. At his stepson's marriage in 1878, a laborer. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at West Rowhorn, Whitestone, with his wife Elizabeth and a boarder. Relative of researcher Phil Finnimore. (See Phil's Finnimore website.)
            1. Henry FINNIMORE (illegitimate stepson), later Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1850 at Whitestone, chr. 19 May 1850 at Whitestone, m. 6 Nov 1878 at Whitestone, after banns, m. reg. Q4 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., Anna Maria LEWIS (b. ca. 1851 at Whitestone, daughter of William LEWIS), d. reg. Q3 1916 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with his mother's parents at Gully Tenement, Whitestone. In 1861, a cow boy, apprentice in the HODGE household at Great Huish Farm, Tedburn St. Mary. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, lodging with the family of John FINNIMORE (b. ca. 1834 at Whitestone) at Cheremore Cottages, Broadclyst, Devon. At his marriage in 1878, a laborer of Whitestone; Anna Maria was also of Whitestone; their marriage was witnessed by William LEWIS (perhaps her father) and Mary Ann SERCOMBE (probably Henry's youngest sister). In 1881, a waggoner carman for the Great Western Railway, living at Churchill Place, Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Anna and son Harry. In 1891, a general laborer, living at 3 Churchill Place with his wife Anna and sons Harry and William. In 1901, a laborer, living at 70 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Anna Maria (a grocer). At his son Harry's marriage in 1904, a laborer. In 1911, a market gardener's laborer, living at 1 Fairfield Terrace, St. Thomas, with his wife Anna Maria and a boarder.
              1. Harry (or Henry) Lewis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q4 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Apr 1904 at Arlington, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1904 at Barnstaple R.D., Rosie (or Rose) THORNE (b. ca. 1876 at Arlington, d. reg. Q2 1955 at Exeter R.D.; daughter of William THORNE, a laborer), d. reg. Q4 1947 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a domestic groom and gardener, living in the SHORTRIDGE household at High Street, Honiton, Devon. At his marriage in 1904, a coachman, of 1 Fanfield Terrace, St. Thomas, Exeter; Rosie was of Becott, a hamlet in Arlington parish; the witnesses were William THORNE (perhaps Rosie's father), Lillie Blanche THORNE (presumably also Rosie's relative), and William SERCOMBE (probably Harry's brother, perhaps his uncle). In 1911, a laundry carman, living at 8 Diamond Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Rosie and their children Leslie and Florence.
                1. Leslie SERCOMBE, b. 8 Mar 1907 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1907 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. May 1991 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Florence Rose SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1938 at Exeter R.D., George H. MORRISH. In 1911, living with her parents.
                  1. Michael J. MORRISH, b. reg. Q1 1941 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Margaret A. MORRISH, b. reg. Q4 1948 at Devon Central R.D.
              2. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1908 at St. Thomas R.D., Love LEE (b. ca. 1881 at Chard, Somerset, d. reg. Q3 1960 at Taunton R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1952 at Taunton R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, a cabinet maker, living at 34 Cyril Street, Rowbarton, Taunton, Somerset, with his wife Love.
                1. Winifred M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1911 at Taunton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1936 at Taunton R.D., Edward F.C. WOOD.
            2. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 10 Sep 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 2 Apr 1879 at Whitestone, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., Emma Jane LAKE (b. ca. 1856 at Whitestone, daughter of James LAKE, a baker). In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, an errand boy in the YARDE household at [Gedoin's?], Lympston, Devon. At his marriage in 1879, a laborer, of Exeter St. Olave; Emma was of Whitestone. In 1881, a railway porter, living at Exe View Terrace, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Emma and son William. In 1891, coachman of the rector of Whitestone, living at the Rectory with his wife Emma (the cook) and son William. In Mar 1901, a carter, living at 23 Courtenay Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Emma and their son William. At his son's marriage in Oct 1901, a carter. In 1911, a tram meter man for the Exeter City Council, living at 28 Courtenay Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Emma and lodger William DARCH (a gas stoker for the Exeter Gas Company, b. ca. 1875 at Sampford Peverell, Devon).
              1. William James SERCOMBE, b. 26 Apr 1880 at St. Thomas or Alphington, b. reg. Q2 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 13 Oct 1901 at St. John and St. George, Exeter, m1. reg. Q4 1901 at Exeter R.D., Amelia RUSSELL (b. ca. 1877, daughter of George RUSSELL, a musician, m2. reg. Q3 1952 at Exeter R.D., Samuel J. WILLEY), m2.(?) ca. 1910 Kathleen (b. ca. 1883 at Woolwich, Kent), d. reg. Q2 1971 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In Mar 1901, a compositor, living with his parents. At his marriage in Oct 1901, a compositor, of 23 Courtney Road, St. Thomas; Amelia was of 125 Fore Street; the witnesses were William SERCOMBE (his father) and James HAMLYN. In 1911, a printer compositor, living at 4 Eve Road, Leytonstone, Essex, with his "wife" Kathleen; his wife Amelia was living at 23 Courtney Road, St. Thomas, with her children Olive, Doris, Stanley, and Constance.
                1. Olive Irene SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1931 at St. Thomas, William G. TAYLOR. In 1911, at school, living with her mother.
                  1. June U. TAYLOR, b. reg. Q3 1933 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Doris Amelia SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1904 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1904 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1926 at St. Thomas R.D., Philip J. MEARS. In 1911, at school, living with her mother.
                  1. Cynthia P. MEARS, b. reg. Q1 1927 at Exeter R.D.
                3. Stanley Reuben SERCOMBE, b. 2 Oct 1906 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1934 at Exeter R.D., Dorothy M. STEELE, d. reg. Q3 1982 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his mother.
                  1. Sheila R. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1926 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1957 at Exeter R.D., Anthony N. MARSH.
                    1. Sandra J. MARSH, b. reg. Q3 1963 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Nicola Susan MARSH, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. David S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1942 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1965 at Exeter R.D., Linda G. HOW, m2. reg. Q2 1979 at Mid Devon R.D., Julie A. DAVEY, m3. reg. Q3 1990 at Exeter R.D., his first wife Linda.
                4. Constance May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at St. Thomas R.D., Sydney R. MALLETT. In 1911, living with her mother.
                  1. Shirley R. MALLETT, b. reg. Q1 1933 at Exeter R.D.
                5. Florence M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1914 at Exeter R.D.
                6. Beatrice E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1917 at Farnham R.D.
                7. Samuel T.G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1920 at Exeter R.D.
            3. Sarah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q2 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1866 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with her parents.
            4. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1866 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q2 1866 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1891 at St. Thomas R.D., Frederick William AVERY (b. ca. 1862 at Copplestone, Devon). In 1871, a scholar. In 1881, a domestic general servant in the EVERY household at 1 York Buildings, Exeter St. Sidwell. In 1891, a domestic general servant in the BROOKING household at 7 Howell Road, Exeter St. David. In 1901, living at 4 Folletts Buildings, Exeter, with her husband Frederick (a stoker in a lead works) and their children Walter, William, Frederick, and Gertrude.
              1. Walter George AVERY, b. ca. 1892 at Exeter. In 1901, living with his parents.
              2. William Henry AVERY, b. ca. 1893 at Exeter. In 1901, living with his parents.
              3. Frederick James AVERY, b. ca. 1896 at Exeter. In 1901, living with his parents.
              4. Gertrude Louise AVERY, b. ca. 1898 at Exeter. In 1901, living with her parents.
          2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1821 at Dunsford, chr. 23 Dec 1821 at Dunsford, m. 22 Sep 1847 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., Maria CONNETT (b. ca. 1822 at Dunsford, chr. 16 Feb 1823 at Dunsford; daughter of John CONNETT, a carpenter, and Sarah), d. 23 Jul 1887 at Park Street, Yeovil, Somerset, d. reg. Q3 1887 at Yeovil R.D., bur. 21 Jul 1887 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil. At his marriage in 1847, a stone mason, of Exeter Holy Trinity; Maria was of St. Leonard; their marriage was witnessed by Harriott WILSON, William CONNETT, and James WILSON. In 1851, a porter, lodging in the home of his employer Morris DAVIS (a haberdasher, jeweller, etc.) at 173 Fore Street, Exeter, with his wife Mary and their daughters Louisa and Ann. At his daughter's baptism in 1859, a porter, of Park Street, Yeovil. At his daughter's birth in 1860 and her baptism in Jan 1861, a railway porter, of Park Street, Yeovil. In 1861, a railway porter, living at Park Street, Yeovil, with his wife Maria, their daughters Louisa, Anna, Sarah, Harriet, Emily, and Alice, and two lodgers. At his daughter's baptism in Aug 1868, a railway porter, of Park Street, Yeovil. At his daughter's marriage inSep 1868, a railway porter. In 1871, a railway porter, living at Park Street, Yeovil, with his wife Maria, their children Sarah, Emily, William, George, and Henrietta, and two lodgers. At his daughter's marriage in 1878, a greengrocer. In 1881, a general dealer and greengrocer, living at 84 Park Street, Yeovil, with his wife Maria, their children William, George, and Henrietta, and child boarder Nelly BUTLER (George's future wife). At his death in 1887, a greengrocer, of Park Street, Yeovil. At his daughter's marriage in 1888, an [illegible] merchant. In 1891, Maria was living on her own means, visiting her daughter Anna at Weston Super Mare, Somerset. At his son George's marriage in 1897 (posth.), a coal merchant. In 1901, Maria was living on her own means at 22 Stanley Grove Road, Weston Super Mare. At his daughter Alice's death in 1922 (posth.), remembered by her family in New Zealand as a railway signalman. At her son William's death in Queensland in 1945, Maria's surname was remembered as WILSON.
            1. Louisa Elizabeth or Elizabeth Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1849 at Exeter R.D., m. 7 Sep 1868 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil, m. reg. Q3 1868 at Yeovil R.D., James Alfred BROWN (b. ca. 1845 at Burbage, Wiltshire, son of Alfred BROWN, a blacksmith). In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1868, of Park Street; James was a tailor, also of Park Street; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE and Anne SERCOMBE. In 1871, living at Barter, Poole, Dorset, with her husband James (a tailor) and their son Francis. In 1881, a tailoress, living at Windsor Terrace, Sandy Lane, Longfleet, Poole, with her husband James (a tailor) and their children Francis, William, Harriet, and Louisa. In 1891, living at 6 St. Michaels Cottages, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth, Hampshire, with her husband James (a tailor) and their children William, Maudie, Marmie, and Nellie. In 1901, James (enumerated under his middle name Alfred) was a journeyman tailor, living at 13 Essex Terrace, Bournemouth, with his children Maud, Marmaduke, and Nellie and his daughter Harriet's daughter Elsie MYALL. (Where was Louisa in 1901?) Ancestor of researcher David Brown.
              1. Francis Alfred W. BROWN, b. ca. 1869 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q3 1869 at Yeovil R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              2. William H. BROWN, b. ca. 1874 at Yeovil. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a tailor, living with his parents.
              3. Harriet Jessie or Jessie Harriet BROWN, b. ca. 1876 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Yeovil R.D., m. reg. Q2 1896 at Christchurch R.D., James MYALL (b. ca. 1866 at Poole). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general domestic servant in a lodging house at Belford, St. Michaels Road, Holdenhurst, Bournemouth. In 1901, living at 123a Windham Road, Bournemouth, with her husband James (a beer bottler) and their daughters Jessie and Elsie.
                1. Jessie Olive Nellie MYALL, b. ca. 1896 at Bournemouth. In 1901, living with her parents.
                2. Elsie Grace MYALL, b. ca. 1897 at Bournemouth. In 1901, enumerated twice: living with her parents and living with her mother's father.
              4. Louisa Elizabeth BROWN, b. ca. 1879 at Poole, b. reg. Q1 1879 at Poole R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a laundress, boarding at 71 Alma Road, Winton, Hampshire, with Alice BROWN (also a laundress, b. ca. 1878 at Hordle, Hampshire).
              5. Maud "Maudie" BROWN, b. ca. 1881 at Sherborne, Dorset. In 1891, at school, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father.
              6. Marmaduke Agrippa "Marmie" BROWN, b. ca. 1884 at Poole, b. reg. Q1 1884 at Poole R.D. In 1891, at school, living with his parents. In 1901, a grocer's porter, living with his father.
              7. Nellie BROWN, b. ca. 1885 at Poole. In 1891, at school, living with her parents. In 1901, a laundress, living with her father.
            2. Anna Maria "Annie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. Dec 1850 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1850 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1931 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a general servant in the household of George King FORSTER and his wife Mary Ann HADDY (who were m. reg. Q1 1854 at Bath R.D.) at the Bristol and Exeter Railway Station, Yeovil. In 1881, a general servant in the same FORSTER household at Station Road, Yeovil. In 1891, a general servant in the same FORSTER household (enumerated as FOSTER) at 2 Sandringham Villas, Locking Road, Weston Super Mare (with her mother visiting). In 1901, a general domestic servant in the BERRILL household at Stoneleigh, Weston Super Mare (with Mary Ann FORSTER visiting).
            3. Sarah Jane or Jane Sarah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1852 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a glover, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her sister Harriet.
            4. Harriet Wilson SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1856 at Exeter R.D., m. 5 Oct 1878 at St. George, Crowhurst, Surrey, m. reg. Q4 1878 at Godstone R.D., John WOOD (b. ca. 1857 at Lingfield, Surrey, son of George WOOD). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a general servant in the MARSH household (a lodging house) at 59 Marine Parade, Brighton, Sussex. At her daughter's birth in 1875, of 53 Middle Street, Brighton. At her marriage in 1878, of Crowhurst; John was an engineer, of St. James, Croydon; their marriage was witnessed by Sarah SERCOMBE (probably Harriet's sister) and George WOOD (perhaps John's father). In 1881, living at 55 Russell Road, Croydon, with her husband John (a platelayer), their daughter, her sister Jane, and two lodgers. (Note that a Harriott WILSON witnessed the marriage of Harriet's parents.)
              1. Ellen "Nellie" SERCOMBE or BUTLER, b. 25 Nov 1875 at 53 Middle Street, Brighton, b. reg. Q4 1875 at Brighton R.D., m. 2 Aug 1897 at Regent Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Weston-super-Mare, m. reg. Q3 1897 at Axbridge R.D., her uncle George Henry SERCOMBE. In 1881, a scholar, boarding with her mother's parents. In 1891, a general servant in the BOOME household at Rockleaze, Weston Super Mare, Somerset. At her marriage in 1897, of Fairland Villa, Weston-super-Mare, the same address as George; the witnesses were George SHIPTON and Henry SHIPTON. (Ellen SERCOMBE at her birth in 1875. Nellie BUTLER in 1881. Ellen B. SERCOMBE in 1891. Nellie BUTLER at her marriage in 1897. According to her marriage certificate, her father was John BUTLER, a clerk.)
            5. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q1 1859 at Exeter R.D., chr. 6 Feb 1859 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil, m. 28 Nov 1885 at the Registrar's Office, Wellington, New Zealand, William GEORGE (b. ca. 1848 at London, son of John GEORGE, a gardener, and Ann MANEN), d. 4 Jan 1890 at Napier Hospital, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, following a miscarriage 5 Dec 1889. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1878, a general servant; emigrated to New Zealand on the Hermione, arriving at Wellington on 17 Dec 1878. At her marriage in 1885, of Wellington; William was a laborer, also of Wellington.
              1. Ruth Bernice McDonnell SERCOMBE, b. 1882 in Dunedin district, New Zealand.
              2. Blanche SERCOMBE, b. 1884 in Christchurch district, New Zealand.
              3. Alice Cecilia George SERCOMBE, b. 1885 in Wellington district, New Zealand.
            6. Alice Dorothy Sophia SERCOMBE, b. 23 Dec 1860 at Park Street, Yeovil, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Yeovil R.D., chr. 27 Jan 1861 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil, m1. 16 Feb 1884 at the Registrar's Office, Wellington, Charles Parr BELL (b. ca. 1848 in Lincolnshire, d. 25 Aug 1900, son of Charles BELL, a steward, and Jane CHAPMAN), m2. 13 Feb 1901 at the Registrar's Office, Wellington, Phillip SCOTT (b. ca. 1845 in Yorkshire, m1. unknown, wid. 10 Jan 1901, son of Robert SCOTT, a drover, and Elizabeth WHEATER), d. 11 Jun 1922 at 204 Adelaide Road, Wellington (from 10 Sussex Square, Wellington), bur. 14 Jun 1922 in Karori Cemetery. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her aunt Mary (a lodging house keeper, b. ca. 1817 at Dunsford, m. GILES, wid. by 1871) at 6 New Steine, Brighton, Sussex. In 1880, a general servant; emigrated to New Zealand on the Pleione, arriving at Wellington 28 Nov 1880. In 1884, Charles was a contractor; he and Alice were both of Wellington; the witnesses at their marriage were P. SCOTT (an engineer, of Wellington, perhaps Alice's subsequent second husband) and L. SCOTT (of Wellington). In 1901, Phillip was an engineer; he and Alice were both of Wellington; the witnesses at their marriage were Jane BELL (of 5 Sussex Square, Wellington, perhaps a daughter or an in-law relative) and R. TALBOT (a clerk, of Wellington). Five BELL children living in 1922; no SCOTTs. Ancestor of researcher Judy Kirby.
            7. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q3 1863 at Yeovil R.D., m. 20 Feb 1889 in Queensland, Ellen Agnes CLEARY (d. 13 Apr 1933 in Queensland, daughter of Matthew CLEARY and Sally O'BRIEN), d. 11 Feb 1945 in Queensland. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, an assistant to his father, living with his parents. In 1903, William and Ellen were on the electoral roll for Townsville, Herbert division, Queensland, Australia; their address was Walker Street; William was a cleaner, and Ellen's occupation was "domestic duties".
              1. Annie SERCOMBE, b. 2 Jul 1890 in Queensland, m. 14 Jun 1919 in Queensland, Arthur Hawthorn SKUSE.
              2. Willie George SERCOMBE, b. 3 Mar 1892 in Queensland, m. 23 Dec 1916 in Queensland, Catherine Grace PERRY (d. 20 Oct 1949 in Queensland, daughter of William Edward PERRY and Catherine BARRY), d. 12 May 1960 in Queensland.
                1. William Barry SERCOMBE, d. 15 Mar 1959 in Queensland.
              3. Eileen SERCOMBE, b. 30 Apr 1894 in Queensland, m. 26 Apr 1924 in Queensland, Harry Crossley SYKES.
              4. Nelly SERCOMBE, b. 5 May 1897 in Queensland, d. 16 Aug 1897 in Queensland.
              5. Emily Gladys SERCOMBE, b. 13 Apr 1901 in Queensland, m. 29 Nov 1924 in Queensland, Lionel Christian DAHL.
              6. Kathleen SERCOMBE, b. 14 Nov 1903 in Queensland.
            8. George Henry SERCOMBE, b. 6 Mar 1866 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q2 1866 at Yeovil R.D., m. 2 Aug 1897 at Regent Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Weston-super-Mare, m. reg. Q3 1897 at Axbridge R.D., his niece Ellen "Nellie" SERCOMBE or BUTLER, d. Nov 1919 in India. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his parents. Served in the British Indian Army. Awarded the Hazara Bar, 1888 and 1891; the Relief of Chitral medal, 1895; the Northwest Frontier Bar, 1908; and a medal inscribed "1st P[un]j[a]b Rifles". At his marriage in 1897, a telegraph clerk, of Fairland Villa, Weston-super-Mare, the same address as Nellie. Served in Karachi 1901, Quetta 1903, Chitral 1907, Murree 1911. Promoted to warrant officer rank, effective 26 Jun 1908. Listed in the Indian Army Quarterly List, 1 Jan 1912, as a telegraph master in the Indian Telegraph Department. Nellie returned to England with her children Reuben and Ida but without her husband George, arriving at Liverpool on 7 Dec 1914 on a ship from Bombay.
              1. Annie Ellen SERCOMBE, b. 10 May 1899, d. 14 Feb 1900, bur. 18 Feb 1900 at Bombay.
              2. Reuben John SERCOMBE, b. 29 Jul 1907 at Chitral, India (now Pakistan), chr. 6 Oct 1907 at Rawalpindi, Bengal, m. reg. Q2 1930 at Croydon R.D., Lily WOOLLEY (b. 5 Apr 1906, d. 23 Feb 2007, bur. at Coffs Harbour Lawn Cemetery, Karangi, New South Wales), d. 14 Oct 1989 at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, bur. at Coffs Harbour Lawn Cemetery, Karangi. On 7 Dec 1914, arrived at Liverpool from Bombay with his mother and sister Ida. The gravestone of Reuben and Lily bears a Royal Australian Air Force badge (probably for Reuben) and a Welsh flag (perhaps for Lily).
                1. David George SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1931 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q4 1959 at Whitby R.D., Heather RUSSELL. Researcher David Sercombe.
                  1. Timothy J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1960 at Luton R.D.
                  2. Ian M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1963 at Croydon R.D.
                2. Patricia N. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1934 at Croydon R.D., m. reg. Q2 1957 at Luton R.D., David R. AMIES.
                  1. Sarah C. AMIES, b. reg. Q1 1958 at Stepney R.D.
                  2. Margaret C. AMIES, b. reg. Q4 1959 at Stepney R.D.
              3. Ida Margaret SERCOMBE, b. 12 Jan 1912, d. of cancer 12 Dec 1949 at Carshalton, Surrey, d. reg. Q4 1949 at Hammersmith R.D. On 7 Dec 1914, arrived at Liverpool from Bombay with her mother and brother Reuben.
            9. (probably) Albert Henry or Alfred SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Yeovil R.D., d. reg. Q1 1868 at Yeovil R.D.
            10. Henrietta Helen or Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1868 at Yeovil, b. reg. Q3 1868 at Yeovil R.D., chr. 23 Aug 1868 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil, m. 1 Sep 1888 at Holy Trinity, Yeovil, m. reg. Q3 1888 at Yeovil R.D., Caleb BOWDEN (b. ca. 1863, son of William BOWDEN, a blacksmith). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1888, of Park Street; Caleb was a blacksmith, also of Park Street; the witnesses were John WOOD and Harriett WOOD.
          3. James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1824 at Dunsford, chr. 7 Mar 1824 at Dunsford, m. 30 Jul 1851 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1851 at Exeter R.D., Harriet HORN (b. ca. 1826 at Tedburn, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1879 at Holborn R.D., daughter of Richard HORN), d. reg. Q1 1882 at Holborn R.D. In Mar 1851, a porter at the Star Hotel, 107 Fore Street, Exeter St. John. In Jul 1851, a servant at the Star Hotel, of the King's Arms, Exeter St. Sidwell. At his daughter's baptism in 1859, a porter, of 26 Richmond Street. In 1861, a warehouseman, living at 26 Richmond Street, St. Luke, London, with his wife Harriet, their children Jessie, Elizabeth, Frederick, and Allena, and a lodger. At his son Joseph's baptism later in 1861, a porter, of 26 Richmond Street. In 1871, a general laborer, living at 26 Richmond Street, St. Luke, with his wife Harriet, their children Jessie, Elizabeth, Frederick, Alice, Joseph, and Alfred, and his nephew William H. HOMES (an errand boy, b. ca. 1857 in Devon). At his daughter Jessie's marriage in 1872, his son Frederick's marriage in 1875, and his daughter Elizabeth's marriage in 1876, a packer. In Apr 1881, a porter, living at 17 Badsworth Street, St. Luke, with his son Alfred. At his son Joseph's marriage in Jun 1881, at his daughter Alice's marriage in 1884 (posth.), and at his son Alfred's marriage in 1888 (posth.), a packer.
            1. Jessie Sarah SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1852 at Exeter R.D., m. 9 Nov 1872 at St. Thomas, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1872 at Bethnal Green R.D., Charles Frederick MEAD (b. ca. 1851, son of James William MEAD, a house painter). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a box maker, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1872, of 29 Ironmonger Lane; Charles was a house painter, also of 29 Ironmonger Lane; the witnesses were Elizabeth Mary SERCOMBE (Jessie's sister) and John DESMOND.
            2. Elizabeth Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Cripplegate, City of London, b. reg. Q4 1854 at East London R.D., m. 4 Mar 1876 at Holy Trinity, Islington, m. reg. Q1 1876 at Islington R.D., Frederick Augustus WARNE (son of George WARNE, a bookbinder). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a box maker, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1876, of Islington; Frederick was a watchmaker, also of Islington; the witnesses were James SERCOMBE (probably her father) and Alice SERCOMBE (probably her sister). In 1881, living at 41 Forston Street, Shoreditch, London, with her husband Frederick (a watch examiner) and their daughters Elizabeth and Louie.
              1. Elizabeth Louisa E. WARNE, b. ca. 1877 at Islington, b. reg. Q1 1877 at Islington R.D. In 1881, living with her parents.
              2. Louie Alice WARNE, b. ca. 1879 at Islington, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Islington R.D. In 1881, living with her parents.
            3. Frederick James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at St. Luke or East Finsbury, London, b. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Luke R.D., m. 16 May 1875 at St. Peter, Bethnal Green, m. reg. Q2 1875 at Bethnal Green R.D., Mary Ann GARLICK (daughter of Thomas GARLICK, a tobacconist, and Elizabeth; b. 3 Jun 1857 at Islington St. Mary, chr. 21 Jun 1879 at St. Saviour, Hoxton, d. reg. Q4 1933 at Wandsworth R.D., bur. 13 Nov 1933 in Abney Park Cemetery, London), d. reg. Q1 1931 at Battersea R.D., bur. 9 Feb 1931 in Abney Park Cemetery. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a reading boy, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1875, a compositor, of 20 Ada Place; Mary Ann was of 21 Ada Place; the witnesses were Henry GARLICK and M. GAINFORD. At his son's baptism in 1876, a compositor, of 22 Poole Street. In 1881, a printer, living at 5 Huntley Place, London, with his wife Mary Ann and their son Frederick. At his son's baptism in 1882, a compositor, of 5 Hutley Place. In 1891, a printer compositor, living at 18 Gopsall Street, Shoreditch, London, with his wife Mary Ann and their son Frederick. In 1901, a printer's compositor, living at 14 Clinger Street, Shoreditch, London, with his wife Mary and their son Frederick. In 1911, a compositor in the printing business, living at 75 Winston Road, Green Lanes, London, with his wife Mary. At his son's marriage in 1905, a compositor. At his death in 1931, of 21 Gwynne Road, Battersea. At Mary Ann's death in 1933, she was of Tooting Bec Hospital, Tooting.
              1. Frederick Charles SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jan 1876 at Hoxton or St. Leonards, London, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 24 Nov 1876 at St. Saviour, Hoxton, m. 29 Jan 1905 at St. Peter, Hackney, m. reg. Q1 1905 at Hackney R.D., Eliza AGASS (b. reg. Q3 1877 at Holborn R.D., d. reg. Q4 1955 at St. Pancras R.D.; daughter of Benjamin AGASS, a safe maker), d. reg. Q1 1955 at Islington R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a waiter, living with his parents. In 1901, a printer's compositor, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1905, a compositor, of 31 Ufton Road; Eliza was of 137 Culford Road; the witnesses were Charles ROWSELL and Emily ROWSELL. At his daughter's baptism in 1906, a compositor, of 41 Church Street. In 1911, a compositor in the printing business, living at 75 Winston Road, Stoke Newington, London, with his wife Eliza and their daughters Hilda, Elsie, and Dorothy.
                1. Hilda Beatrice Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. 21 Jul 1906 at Hackney, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Hackney R.D., chr. 12 Aug 1906 at St. Peter, Hackney, d. reg. May 1993 at Milton Keynes R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
                2. Elsie Violet SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Stoke Newington, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Hackney R.D., m. reg. Q3 1933 at Stoke Newington R.D., Horace DENTON. In 1911, living with her parents.
                3. Dorothy Rosetta SERCOMBE, b. 24 Aug 1910 at Stoke Newington, b. reg. Q4 1910 at Hackney R.D., d. reg. Nov 1993 at Greenwich R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
                4. Lilian M.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1913 at Hackney, m. reg. Q3 1942 at Islington R.D., Arthur H. MORLEY.
                  1. Kathleen L. MORLEY, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Ely R.D.
              2. Alfred William SERCOMBE, b. 10 Apr 1882, b. reg. Q2 1882 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 28 Apr 1882 at St. Saviour, Hoxton, d. reg. Q2 1882 at Shoreditch R.D.
              3. (probably) Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1883 at Shoreditch R.D., d. reg. Q2 1883 at Shoreditch R.D.
              4. Another child, d. by 1911.
            4. Alice SERCOMBE, b. 5 Nov 1859 at St. Luke, b. reg. Q4 1859 at St. Luke R.D., chr. 27 Nov 1859 at St. Thomas Charterhouse, Finsbury, Middlesex, m. 30 Sep 1884 at St. Jude, Bethnal Green, London, m. reg. Q3 1884 at Bethnal Green R.D., Daniel Gordon BROOKE (b. ca. 1857 at Shoreditch, son of Daniel BROOKE, a general dealer). In 1861, living with her parents (enumerated as "Allena"). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a fancy paper box maker, lodging in the family of her future husband Daniel (a pipe founder). At her marriage in 1884, of 15 Quilter Street, Bethnal Green; Daniel was a type founder, also of 15 Quilter Street; the witnesses were Samuel Thomas REYNOLDS and Sarah SCOTT.
            5. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 2 Nov 1861 at St. Luke, b. reg. Q4 1861 at St. Luke R.D., chr. 24 Nov 1861 at St. Thomas Charterhouse, m. 26 Jun 1881 at St. James, Shoreditch, m. reg. Q2 1881 at Shoreditch R.D., Sarah Mary POTTS (b. ca. 1861 at Shoreditch, daughter of James POTTS, a butcher, d. reg. Q3 1904 at Shoreditch R.D., bur. 19 Aug 1904 in Abney Park Cemetery), d. reg. Q4 1934 at Edmonton R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a boot finisher, lodging in the STOKES household at 43 York Road, St. Luke. At his marriage later in 1881, a boot finisher, of 43 York Road; Sarah was of 13 Half Nichol Street; the witnesses were Alice SERCOMBE (his sister) and James POTTS (probably Sarah's father). At his son's baptism in 1882, a finisher, of 1 Appleby Street, Bethnal Green. At his son's baptism in 1884, a boot finisher, of Tabard Street, Southwark. At his daughter's baptism in 1886, a professional, of 26 Red Lion Street, Bethnal Green. At his son's baptism in 1888, a professional singer, of 5 Mary Street, Haggerston, Shoreditch. (Where in 1891? His children were home alone.) In 1901, a boot finisher, living at 5 Lyndoch Street, St. Leonards Shoreditch, with his wife Sarah (an artificial florist) and their children James, Sarah, and Frederick. At his wife Sarah's death in 1904, she was of 5 Lynedock Street, Hoxton. In Apr 1911, a comedian in the variety profession, living at 63 Prince George Road, Stoke Newington, London, with his daughter Sarah. At his daughter Sarah's marriage in Aug 1911, a vocalist.
              1. Joseph James SERCOMBE, b. 29 Dec 1881 at Appleby Street, Haggerston, b. reg. Q1 1882 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 22 Jan 1882 at St. James the Great, Bethnal Green, d. 1 Apr 1952, d. reg. Q2 1952 at Edmonton R.D., bur. 8 Apr 1952 at St. James, Enfield, Middlesex. In 1891, living at 33 Lynedoch Street, Shoreditch, with his siblings. In 1901, no occupation, living with his parents. In 1911, a general laborer for the Gas Metre Company, living with his brother James. At his death in 1952, of 154 Addison Road, Enfield.
              2. James Alfred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at "Boro" (i.e. Southwark), b. reg. Q1 1884 at St. Saviour Southwark R.D., chr. 20 Jan 1884 at Holy Trinity, Newington, m. reg. Q2 1906 at Shoreditch R.D., Rose Alice FORD (b. ca. 1882 at Wilmer Gardens, Shoreditch, d. reg. Q2 1943 at Edmonton R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1963 at Ilford R.D. In 1891, living at 33 Lynedoch Street, Shoreditch, with his siblings. (Where in 1901?) At his son's baptism in 1906, a house decorator, of 81 Gopsall Street, Hoxton. In 1911, a house painter, living at 117 Phillip Street, Kingsland Road, London, with his wife Rose, their sons James and Joseph, and his brother Joseph.
                1. James Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 14 or 15 Jul 1906 at 81 Gopsall Street, Shoreditch, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 5 Aug 1906 at St. Peter, Hackney, m1. reg. Q2 1931 at Shoreditch R.D., Lilian or Lily L. HART (b. ca. 1908, d. reg. Q4 1943 at Edmonton R.D.), m2. reg. Q3 1947 at Edmonton R.D., Ada Annie WARE (b. 18 Jul 1915, m1. reg. Q3 1936 at Shoreditch R.D., Albert DOSSETT, d. reg. Mar 2001 at Waveney R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1987 at Waveney R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                  1. Frederick J. SERCOMBE, b. 4 Aug 1934, b. reg. Q3 1934 at Edmonton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1963 at Hatfield R.D., Vivien J. HAY (m2. reg. Q2 1970 at Chelmsford R.D., Bryan A. RAWLINGS), m2. reg. Q2 1975 at Uttlesford R.D., Dawn S. NEWMAN (m2. reg. Q2 1979 at Uttlesford R.D., Peter D. KNOWLES), d. reg. Q2 1977 at Uttlesford R.D.
                    1. Julie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1964 at Edmonton R.D.
                    2. Nigel Paul SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1967 at Dunmow R.D., m. reg. May 1995 at Braintree R.D., Helen M. PRYOR.
                      1. Alice May SERCOMBE, b. reg. May 1996 at Norwich R.D.
                      2. Louis James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jun 1998 at Norwich R.D.
                    3. Tracy Lorraine SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1976 at Bishops Stortford R.D.
                  2. Patricia R. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Edmonton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1960 at Edmonton R.D., Alec R. TAYLOR.
                  3. Barry J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1944 at Edmonton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1965 at Enfield R.D., Linda I. BURT.
                    1. Hayley Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1977 at Hertford and Ware R.D.
                    2. Lucy Kay SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1983 at Hatfield R.D.
                  4. Richard Martin SERCOMBE, b. 23 Aug 1946, b. reg. Q3 1946 at Edmonton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1972 at Enfield R.D., Shirley G. BROWN, d. reg. Q3 1979 at Enfield R.D.
                2. Joseph James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1910 at 117 Phillip Street, Shoreditch, b. reg. Q2 1910 at Shoreditch R.D., d. reg. Q1 1919 at Shoreditch R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                3. Frederick C. SERCOMBE, b. 17 Jan 1913, b. reg. Q1 1913 at Shoreditch R.D., m. reg. Q2 1949 at Shoreditch R.D., Catherine or Kathleen MARTIN (b. 14 Feb 1920, m1. reg. Q1 1939 at Shoreditch R.D., William A. FROUD, d. reg. Q1 1982 at Epping Forest R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1992 at Wayland R.D.
                  1. John V. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1945 (rereg. Q3 1963) at Edmonton R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1965 at Epping R.D., Kathleen S. BISHOP (m2. reg. Q4 1973 at Epping R.D., Arthur E. TORY), m2. reg. Q3 1972 at Epping R.D., Joane G. SAMUEL.
                    1. Jane Deborah SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Epping R.D.
                    2. David John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1970 at Epping R.D.
                  2. Peter A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1947 (rereg. Q3 1963) at Shoreditch R.D., m. reg. Q2 1968 at Epping R.D., Leslie M. JENKINS.
                    1. Andrew Peter SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1975 at Norwich R.D., m. reg. Jul 2004 at Wayland R.D., Victoria L.G. HOOK.
                      1. Olivia Christy G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Dec 2005 at Norwich R.D.
                    2. Michael Ian SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1979 at Norwich R.D.
                  3. Kathryn A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1950 at Shoreditch R.D., d. reg. Q1 1955 at Epping R.D.
                  4. David E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1952 at Epping R.D., m. reg. Q2 1974 at Epping Forest R.D., Barbara E. AYERS.
                    1. Emma SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1976 at Epping Forest R.D.
                    2. Laura SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1979 at Norwich R.D.
                4. George Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 28 Apr 1923, b. reg. Q2 1923 at Shoreditch R.D., m. reg. Q3 1944 at Chesterfield R.D., Marjorie BUTCHER (b. 1 Nov 1918, d. reg. Nov 2002 at Mansfield R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1979 at Chesterfield R.D.
                  1. Nicholas A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Chesterfield R.D., m. reg. Q2 1968 at Chesterfield R.D., Ann FAULDER.
                    1. Nicola SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1974 at Mansfield R.D.
                  2. Angela S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1946 at Chesterfield R.D., m. reg. Q4 1967 at Chesterfield R.D., John PAGE.
                    1. Samantha PAGE, b. reg. Q3 1969 at Mansfield R.D.
                    2. Emma PAGE, b. reg. Q1 1976 at Mansfield R.D.
              3. Sarah Eleanor Louise SERCOMBE, b. 22 Mar 1886 at Haggerston, b. reg. Q2 1886 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 11 Apr 1886 at St. James the Great, Bethnal Green, m1. 6 Aug 1911 at St. Matthias, Stoke Newington, m1. reg. Q3 1911 at Hackney R.D., James George TALBOT (b. ca. 1888, son of James Barnard John TALBOT, a deal merchant), m2. reg. Q4 1941 at Romford R.D., Arthur P. WOOD. In 1891, living at 33 Lynedoch Street, Shoreditch, with her siblings. In 1901, a baby milliner, living with her parents. In Apr 1911, a cashier for a butcher, living with her father. At her marriage in Aug 1911, of 63 Prince George Road; James was a commercial traveler, of 8 Church Road; the witnesses were Joseph SERCOMBE (probably her father) and William TALBOT.
              4. Frederick Charles SERCOMBE, b. 14 Jun 1888 at Haggerston, b. reg. Q3 1888 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 8 Jul 1888 at St. Columba, Haggerston, m. 15 Sep 1923 at Lucknow, Bengal, Annie ROBERTSON (b. ca. 1879, daughter of Edward ROBERTSON, m1. LLOYD, wid. by 1923), d. 20 Sep 1945, bur. 21 Sep 1945 at St. Thomas Mount, Madras. In 1891, living at 33 Lynedoch Street, Shoreditch, with his siblings. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a private in the 1st Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire) Regiment, in Alexandria, Egypt.
            6. Alfred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1866 at St. Luke, Finsbury, b. reg. Q1 1866 at St. Luke R.D., m. 21 Oct 1888 at All Saints, Newington, m. reg. Q4 1888 at St. Saviour R.D., Adelaide Julia POTTS (daughter of James POTTS, a butcher; b. ca. 1866 at Bethnal Green or Shoreditch, d. reg. Q2 1939 at Shoreditch R.D., bur. 28 Jun 1939 in Abney Park Cemetery), d. reg. Q1 1921 at Shoreditch R.D., bur. 17 Jan 1921 in Abney Park Cemetery. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a porter, living with his father. At his son Alfred's baptism in 1887, a coster, of 25 Fanshaw Street, recorded as if already married to Adelaide. At his marriage in 1888, a costermonger, of 4 Fisher's Buildings, Sterry Street; Adelaide was of 20 Sterry Street; the witnesses were John DALTON and Ellen DALTON. At his son Albert's baptism in 1889, a general dealer, of 64 Mary Street. At his son Frank's baptism in 1891, a costermonger, of 64 Mary Street. Later in 1891, a flower hawker, living at 64 Lynedoch Street, St. Leonard Shoreditch, with his wife Adelaide (a milliner) and their son Frank. At his daughter Adelaide's baptism in 1893, a costermonger, of 64 Mary Street. At his son Alfred's baptism in 1895, a dealer, of 64 Lynedoch Street. At his daughter Julia's baptism in 1898, a costermonger, of 64 Lynedoch Street. In 1901, a flower seller, living at 64 Lynedoch Street with his wife Adelaide and their children Adelaide, Alfred, and Julia. At his daughter Edith's baptism later in 1901, a costermonger, of 64 Lynedoch Street. At his daughter Beatrice's baptism in 1906, a nurseryman, of 60 Lynedoch Street. In 1911, a florist's assistant (salesman), living at 60 Lynedoch Street, Hoxton, with his wife Adelaide and their children Adelaide, Alfred, Julia, and Beatrice. At his daughter Adelaide's marriage in 1915, a packer. At his son Alfred's marriage in 1919, a lift attendant. At his death in 1921, of of 6 Northport Street, Shoreditch. At Adelaide's death in 1939, she was of St. Leonard's Hospital, Shoreditch.
              1. Alfred James SERCOMBE, b. 5 Nov 1887, b. reg. Q4 1887 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 4 Dec 1887 at St. James the Great, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, d. reg. Q2 1888 at Shoreditch R.D.
              2. Albert Edward SERCOMBE, b. 19 Mar 1889, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 14 Apr 1889 at St. Columba, Haggerston, d. reg. Q1 1891 at Shoreditch R.D.
              3. Frank Alfred SERCOMBE, b. 19 Jan 1891 at Shoreditch, b. reg. Q1 1891 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 8 Feb 1891 at St. Columba, Haggerston, d. reg. Q1 1892 at Shoreditch R.D. In 1891, living with his parents.
              4. Adelaide Julia SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Hoxton, b. reg. Q1 1893 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 5 Mar 1893 at St. Columba, Haggerston, m. 18 Sep 1915 at St. John the Baptist, Hoxton, m. reg. Q3 1915 at Shoreditch R.D., Henry ABRAHAMS (b. ca. 1895, son of Robert ABRAHAMS, a cigar maker). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a strawboard liner in the stationer's show boards business, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1915, of 6 Northport Street; Henry was a soldier, of 16 Mintern Street; the witnesses were Alfred SERCOMBE and Beatrice POOLE.
                1. Catherine ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q2 1917 at Shoreditch R.D.
                2. Helen ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Shoreditch R.D.
                3. Alfred H. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Shoreditch R.D.
                4. Henry R. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q2 1923 at Shoreditch R.D.
                5. Agnes ABRAHAMS (twin with Julia), b. reg. Q3 1924 at Shoreditch R.D.
                6. Julia ABRAHAMS (twin with Agnes), b. reg. Q3 1924 at Shoreditch R.D.
                7. Ruth E. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q4 1925 at Shoreditch R.D.
                8. Margaret E. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q1 1928 at Shoreditch R.D.
                9. Adelaide B. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q1 1929 at Shoreditch R.D.
                10. Carole S. ABRAHAMS, b. reg. Q4 1935 at Shoreditch R.D.
              5. Alfred Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 27 Jun 1895 at Hoxton, b. reg. Q3 1895 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 21 Jul 1895 at St. Columba, Haggerston, m. 20 Sep 1919 at St. Peter, Islington, m. reg. Q3 1919 at Islington R.D., Elizabeth Mabel MEDDINGS (b. ca. 1897, daughter of Matthew George MEDDINGS, a builder, d. reg. Q4 1937 at Islington R.D., bur. 6 Dec 1937 in Abney Park Cemetery), d. reg. Q2 1951 at Hackney R.D., bur. 4 Jun 1951 in Abney Park Cemetery. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a showcard maker's assistant, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1919, a printer, of 15 City Garden Row, Islington; Elizabeth was of 51 City Garden Row, Islington; the witnesses were George THOMAS and Julia R.E. SERCOMBE (Alfred's sister). At her death in 1937, Elizabeth was of 51 City Garden Row, Islington. At his death in 1951, Alfred was of Hackney Hospital, London E.9.
                1. Mabel E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1921 at Islington R.D., m. reg. Q2 1945 at Dartford R.D., Joseph S. BROOK-SMITH.
                2. Dorothy M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1926 at Islington R.D., m. reg. Q4 1945 at Islington R.D., Dennis J. HARMS.
                  1. Margaret A. HARMS, b. reg. Q2 1947 at Pancras R.D.
                  2. Terence F. HARMS, b. reg. Q3 1951 at Pancras R.D.
                3. Joan Adelaide SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1929 at Islington R.D., d. reg. Q4 1949 at Islington R.D., bur. 19 Oct 1949 in Abney Park Cemetery. At her death in 1949, of 19 Londsdale Square, London N.1.
              6. Julia Rose Eleanor SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jul 1898 at Hoxton, b. reg. Q3 1898 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 14 Aug 1898 at St. Columba, Haggerston, m. reg. Q2 1931 at Shoreditch R.D., Alfred HEARD, d. 10 Dec 1991 at Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Luton, Bedfordshire. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Margaret Julia HEARD, b. 8 Apr 1932, b. reg. Q2 1932 at Shoreditch R.D., m. COLLEY, d. 15 Nov 1999. Ancestor of researcher Peter Colley.
              7. Edith Florence SERCOMBE, b. 17 Jun 1901, b. reg. Q3 1901 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 7 Jul 1901 at St. Columba, Haggerston, d. reg. Q3 1903 at Shoreditch R.D.
              8. Beatrice Eleanor R. SERCOMBE, b. 15 Feb 1906 at Shoreditch, b. reg. Q1 1906 at Shoreditch R.D., chr. 11 Mar 1906 at St. Columba, Haggerston, m. reg. Q4 1930 at Marylebone R.D., Gordon S. BROWNING, d. reg. Q2 1979 at Bournemouth R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Roma A. BROWNING, b. reg. Q3 1936 at Eton R.D.
            7. (probably) Francis John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1868 at St. Luke R.D., d. reg. Q4 1869 at Holborn R.D.
          4. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1827 at Moretonhampstead or Dunsford, m. 29 May 1849 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann TINCOMBE (b. ca. 1826 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1884 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 3 Apr 1884 at Dunsford), d. reg. Q3 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 1 Aug 1876 at Dunsford. In 1849, a husbandman. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living with his wife Ann and son Joseph in the household of Ann's parents at Middle Butts, Dunsford, together with lodger George SERCOMBE (his father's first cousin) and George's daughter Mary SERCOMBE (his second cousin, described as a "grandson" of Ann's parents). In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at No. 2 Berry Cross Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Ann, son William, and mother Sarah. In 1870, a carrier at Dunsford, making weekly trips to the Turk's Head, Exeter, on Fridays at 7 a.m., and leaving Exeter for the return trip at 4 p.m. In 1871, a carrier, living at Berry Cross Cot No. 1, Dunsford, with his wife Ann and son William. In 1876, of Berry Cross. In 1881, Ann was an annuitant, living at Symond Cottage, Dunsford. In 1884, Ann was of Dunsford.
            1. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Oct 1849 at Dunsford, d. of smallpox, d. reg. Q1 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 10 Mar 1853 at Dunsford. At his death in 1853, of Berry Cross.
            2. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1851 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Nov 1851 at Dunsford, m. 9 Feb 1875 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1875 at St. Thomas R.D., Fanny Louisa DRAKE (b. ca. 1850 at Hilton or Blandford, Dorset, d. reg. Q1 1918 at St. Thomas R.D.). In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1881, a farmer of 14 acres, living at Berry Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Fanny. At his daughter's baptism in 1887, of Dunsford village. In 1891, a laborer, living at Symonds Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Louisa. In 1901, a pig killer, living at Symond Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Louisa. In 1911, a farm laborer, living at Warnscombe, Dunsford, with his wife Louisa (a laundress).
              1. George SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Dec 1875 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1877 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 20 May 1877 at Dunsford. At his death in 1877, of Dunsford.
              2. (perhaps) Minnie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., d. aged 1 month, bur. 2 Dec 1878 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1879 at St. Thomas R.D. At her death in 1878, of Holeacre, Dunsford.
              3. Jessie SERCOMBE, chr. 6 Nov 1887 at Dunsford, d. aged 3 weeks, bur. 2 Dec 1887 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1888 at St. Thomas R.D. At her death in 1887, of Berry Cross, Dunsford.
      3. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 2 Jun 1751 at Dunsford, m. 27 Apr 1775 by banns at Dunsford, Jeremiah ESWORTHY. James ESWORTHY was a witness at the marriage in 1775.
      4. John SERCOMBE, chr. 3 Mar 1754 at Dunsford, bur. 27 Jul 1755 at Dunsford.
      5. James SERCOMB, chr. 4 Jul 1756 at Dunsford, m. 16 Jan 1780 at Dunsford, Mary CRISPIN (b. ca. 1756, bur. 30 Aug 1835 at Dunsford), bur. 10 Aug 1808 at Dunsford. In 1780, a labourer. In 1780, James's marriage was witnessed by John SERCOMBE, probably his younger brother. In 1821, Mary was living at Middle Butts, Dunsford, with her daughters Mary and Ann and granddaughter Jane WILLS. (James DAY, laborer, was also living at Middle Butts in 1821, with his wife Ann and two daughters.) In 1835, Mary was of Britton Street.
        1. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Apr 1781 at Dunsford, m. 3 Jan 1803 by banns at Dunsford, John WILLS. James SERCOMBE, probably Elizabeth's father, witnessed her marriage in 1803.
        2. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 13 Apr 1783 at Dunsford, m. 23 Oct 1827 at Dunsford, William WILLCOTT. In 1821, living with her mother. In 1827, the marriage was witnessed by William SERCOMBE (probably her brother) and Ann CRISPIN (probably a relative of her mother).
        3. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Oct 1785 at Dunsford, m. 20 Jul 1819 at Dunsford, William GUSCOTT. Ancestor of researcher Jo Temple.
        4. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 31 May 1789 at Dunsford, bur. 18 Nov 1829 at Dunsford. In 1821, living with her mother. In 1829, of Pullins, Dunsford.
        5. Susanna SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Jun 1792 at Dunsford, bur. 3 Dec 1813 at Dunsford. In 1813, of Butts Cottage.
        6. William SERCOMBE, chr. 22 Mar 1795 at Dunsford, m. 20 Jun 1822 at Topsham, Devon, Mary PRESTON (b. ca. 1787 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, d. 24 Oct 1864, d. reg. Q4 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 27 Oct 1864 at Dunsford), d. 20 Oct 1864, d. reg. Q4 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 27 Oct 1864 at Dunsford. In 1807, apprenticed to George CRISPIN by consent. In 1821, a mason's servant by the week in the household of George CRISPIN at Hole-Acre, Dunsford. In 1822, a mason, of Dunsford. In 1824-26, a mason, of Holeacre, Dunsford. In 1846, a mason. In 1850, a mason at Dunsford. In 1851, a mason, living at Camsland Lodge, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, son John, and John's wife and children. In 1861, a mason, living at Camsland Lodge with his wife Mary and grandchildren William and Sabena. At his death in 1864, of Camsland, Dunsford.
          1. John SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Feb 1824 at Dunsford, m. 22 Jul 1846 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, m. reg. Q3 1846 at Newton Abbot R.D., Mary HILL (b. ca. 1827 at Moretonhampstead, d. reg. Q4 1887 at Cardiff R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1895 at Cardiff R.D. In 1846, John was a mason, of Fore Street, Moretonhampstead, and Mary was of Cross Street, Moretonhampstead. In 1851, a mason, living in the household of his parents with his wife Mary (a dressmaker) and their children William and Sabrina. In 1861, a police officer on the county force, living at Yatton Street, Yatton, Somerset, with his wife Mary and their children Samuel, Sophia, and Louisa. In 1871, a county court bailiff, living at 6 Eisteddfod Street, Cardiff St. Mary, Glamorgan, with his wife Mary and children William, Louisa, and Minna. In 1881, a mason, living at 3 Richards Terrace, Roath, Cardiff, with his wife Mary, children Emma, Samuel, and Minna, Samuel's wife, and Emma's son. In 1891, a coal trimmer, living at 26 Aberystwyth Street, Roath, with his daughter Minnie and grandson William. At his daughter's marriage later in 1891, a coal foreman.
            1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1846 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 6 Dec 1846 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1878 at Newton Abbot, Sarah Ann BIRD (b. ca. 1845 at Petrockstowe, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1931 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. by 1911. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a mason, living with his paternal grandfather. In 1871, a police constable, living with his parents. In 1881, a saddler and harness maker employing one man, living at Cross Slade House, Bovey Tracey, Devon, with his wife Sarah (a draper and grocer), her sister and mother, and a servant. In 1891, a harness maker, living at Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, with his wife Sarah (a draper and grocer), their children Winifred, Gertrude, Mildred, and Arthur, and his wife's assistant. In 1901, a saddler and harness maker, living at Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, with his wife Sarah (a draper and grocer) and their children Arthur and Mildred. In 1911, Sarah was a grocer and draper with a small general store, living at Cross Slade House, Bovey Tracey, with her daughter Mildred, a boarder, and her uncle Edward FULFORD (an old age pensioner, b. ca. 1821 at Abbotsham, Devon, m. and wid. by 1911).
              1. Winifred Ann(ie) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1881 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q1 1881 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q3 1908 at Newton Abbot R.D., Herbert Clement WHITING (b. ca. 1877 at Bristol St. James). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a milliner in the household of draper Frank ROSSITER at 7 Palace Avenue, Paignton, Devon, together with her sister Gertrude. In 1911, living at 55 Berkeley Road, Westbury Park, Bristol, with her husband Herbert (an engineer's cost clerk) and her visiting first cousin Samuel Alexander SERCOMBE.
              2. Gertrude Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q1 1882 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1908 at Newton Abbot R.D., Samuel Leycester SOPER (b. ca. 1878 at Slapton, Devon). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, an assistant to draper Frank ROSSITER at 7 Palace Avenue, Paignton, together with her sister Winifred. In 1911, living at 47 Edenbridge Road, Bush Hill Park, London, with her husband Samuel (an assistant schoolmaster for the Urban District Council).
              3. Mildred Ella SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q3 1883 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1916 at Newton Abbot R.D., Thomas D. TOLLEY. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, an apprentice to a draper (presumably her mother), living with her parents. In 1911, an assistant to her mother, living with her mother.
                1. Joyce M. TOLLEY, b. reg. Q3 1917 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                2. Winifred M. TOLLEY, b. reg. Q2 1919 at Newton Abbot R.D.
              4. Arthur Bird SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q1 1885 at Newton Abbot R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1906 at West Ham R.D., Frances Havergal SMITH (b. ca. 1884 at Chiswick, London W., d. reg. Q1 1947 at Northampton R.D.), m2. reg. Q3 1950 at Thurrock R.D., Florence M. SMITH (b. ca. 1885, d. reg. Q1 1963 at Southend on Sea R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1957 at Thurrock R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an apprentice to a saddler and harness maker (presumably his father), living with his parents. In 1911, a leather harness maker, living at 14 Whiteheather Terrace, Bovey Tracey; Frances was visiting the household of Mrs. SMITH (probably her mother) at 93 Milton Avenue, East Ham, London, with her children Anna, Charlie, and Walter.
                1. Anna Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Tooting, London, b. reg. Q4 1906 at Wandsworth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1941 at Bradford R.D., Richardson JENNINGS. In 1911, visiting family with her mother.
                  1. Philip S. JENNINGS, b. reg. Q4 1944 at Bradford R.D.
                2. Charles (Charlie) Bernard SERCOMBE, b. 10 Jul 1908 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q3 1908 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1935 at Romford R.D., Doris Maud MAJOR (b. 7 Jan 1912, d. reg. Q3 1973 at Northumberland Central R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1992 at Hatfield R.D. In 1911, visiting family with his mother.
                  1. Brian D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Romford R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1959 at Bradford R.D., Gloria J. HEMINGWAY, m2. reg. Q3 1970 at Newcastle upon Tyne R.D., Jacqueline A.B. STARK.
                3. Walter George SERCOMBE, b. 3 Jul 1910 at East Ham, b. reg. Q3 1910 at West Ham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1938 at Romford R.D., Florence Ann WATKINSON (b. 27 Jan 1915, d. reg. Jan 2003 at Southend on Sea R.D.), d. reg. Dec 1990 at Southend on Sea R.D. In 1911, visiting family with his mother.
                  1. Ian Howard SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1939 at Hackney R.D., m. reg. Q2 1967 at Barking R.D., Myra E. SIEBRITS.Researcher Howard Sercombe.
                  2. Ruth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Bakewell R.D.
            2. Emma SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Nov 1848 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1881 at Bedminster R.D., Horace Richard MARWOOD. In 1851, living with her maternal grandparents at Cross Street, Moretonhampstead (enumerated as Anna). In 1861, a scholar, living with her maternal grandparents at Cross Street, Moretonhampstead. In 1871, a general domestic servant in the MARWOOD household (perhaps the family of her future husband?) at Redland Villa, Newport Road, Roath. In 1881, living in the household of her parents with her son Harold MARWOOD.
            3. Sabena or Sabina or Sebina or Sebena or Sabrina or Bena SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1850 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 10 Dec 1850 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1933 at Maidenhead R.D. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with her paternal grandfather. In 1871, a general servant in the WILLIAMS household at 9 Westbourne Place, Cardiff St. Mary, Glamorgan. In 1881, a cook in the ROBINSON household at 1 Kensington Garden Square, Paddington. In 1891, a cook in the CASTELLS household at 66 Gloster Terrace, Paddington. In 1901, a cook in the PARKER household at 12 Westbourne Park Road, Paddington. In 1911, a cook, lodging at 51 St. Marks Road, Notting Hill, London.
            4. Samuel John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Camsland, Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 28 Oct 1852 at Dunsford, m1. 12 Jan 1879 at Moretonhampstead, m1. reg. Q4 1879 at Newton Abbot R.D., Elizabeth Ann UNDERHILL (b. ca. 1851 at Moretonhampstead, d. reg. Q1 1887 at Cardiff R.D.), m2. reg. Q4 1889 at Beverley R.D., Mary Jane FOSTER (b. ca. 1861 at Lund, Yorkshire, d. reg. Q1 1946 at Pontypridd R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1933 at Cardiff R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a billiard marker, boarding in the SHILLON household at 28-29 Mill Street, Hafodunog, Pontypridd, Glamorgan. At his marriage in 1879, a clerk, of Roath; Elizabeth was of Moretonhampstead. In 1881, a coal foreman, living in the household of his parents with his wife Elizabeth. In 1891, a coal foreman, lodging in the DANDO household at 30 Broadway, Roath, with his wife Mary, sister Louisa, and children Samuel and Hilda. In 1901, a coal inspector, living at 125 Claud Road, Roath, with his wife Mary, sons Alexander and Clifford, and a maid. In 1911, a foreman at a coal shipper's, living at 11 Miskin Street, Barry, Glamorgan, with his wife Mary, their sons Clifford and Stanley, and a visitor.
              1. Alexander or Samuel Alexander SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Cardiff, b. reg. Q3 1882 at Cardiff R.D., m. reg. Q3 1924 at Cardiff R.D., Bessie Adeline THOMAS (b. 3 Jun 1901, d. reg. Q1 1983 at South Glamorgan R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1950 at East Glamorgan R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. In 1901, a clerk, living with his father and stepmother. In 1911, a clerk for a steel and iron merchant, visiting the household of his first cousin Winifred Annie SERCOMBE.
              2. Hilda Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1891 at Cardiff, b. reg. Q2 1891 at Cardiff R.D., d. reg. Q4 1896 at Cardiff R.D. In 1891, living with her parents.
              3. Ernest Wilfred SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1892 at Cardiff R.D., d. reg. Q3 1892 at Cardiff R.D.
              4. Kate Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1896 at Cardiff R.D., d. reg. Q2 1897 at Cardiff R.D.
              5. Clifford Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1899 at Cardiff, b. reg. Q3 1899 at Cardiff R.D., d. reg. Q4 1922 at Cardiff R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              6. Stanley John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1901 at Cardiff, b. reg. Q1 1901 at Cardiff R.D., m. reg. Q3 1945 at East Glamorgan R.D., Daisy Sophia PROCTOR (b. 21 Feb 1903, d. reg. Feb 1992 at South Glamorgan R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1965 at Bridgend R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
            5. Sophia SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1854 at St. Thomas, chr. 10 Sep 1854 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1867 at Cardiff R.D., bur. 19 May 1867 at St. Mary, Cardiff. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. At her death in 1867, of Eisteddfod Street.
            6. Louisa "Lucy" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Camsland, Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Feb 1857 at Dunsford, m. 18 May 1891 at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Woodgrange Road, Forest Gate, Essex, m. reg. Q2 1891 at West Ham R.D., John Edward HARRIES (b. ca. 1864 at Widnes, Lancashire, son of William HARRIES, a master bricklayer). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the CARSON household at Forest House, Cardiff St. John. In 1891, a housekeeper, living with her brother Samuel. At her marriage later in 1891, of 2 Waterloo Road, East Ham, Essex; John was a bricklayer, also of 2 Waterloo Road; the witnesses were Louisa's brother Samuel and Jessie HARRIES. In 1901, living at 109 St. Stephens Road, East Ham, with her husband John (a bricklayer).
            7. Minna Mary "Minnie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1861 at Yatton or Nailsea, Somerset, b. reg. Q2 1861 at Bedminster R.D., m. ca. 1899 Arthur WICKHAM (b. ca. 1864 at Hurstpierpoint, Sussex), d. reg. Q4 1939 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a dressmaker, living with her father, together with her son William. In 1901, living at 38 Peel Street, Kensington, London, with her husband Arthur (a commercial clerk) and their son Arthur. In 1911, living at 126 Clarendon Road, London W., with her husband Arthur (a draper's clerk), their children Arthur and Minna, and her lodging son William.
              1. (probably) William Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Cardiff, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Cardiff R.D. In 1891, living with his mother and her father. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, a butcher's assistant, lodging with his mother's family.
              2. Arthur Henry WICKHAM, b. ca. 1900 in London, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Kensington R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              3. Ivy Minna or Minna Ivy WICKHAM, b. ca. 1902 in London, b. reg. Q2 1902 at Fuham R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
          2. Emma SERCOMBE, chr. 7 May 1826 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1842 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 30 Mar 1842 at Dunsford. In 1842, of Holeacre.
        7. Martha SERCOMBE, chr. 3 Jun 1798 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon. In 1824, unmarried and pregnant, removed to Alphington, Devon, by the parish overseers of Dunsford. At her son's baptism in 1825, an unmarried servant, of Longdown Cottage, Alphington.
          1. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1825 at Alphington, chr. 25 Sep 1825 at Holcombe Burnell, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann CORNISH (b. ca. 1823 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, daughter of William CORNISH, laborer, m2. 30 Jan 1870 at St. John and St. George, Exeter, m2. reg. Q1 1870 at Exeter R.D., George CLARKE [b. ca. 1822 at Doddiscombsleigh, son of John CLARKE, laborer, m1. and wid. by 1870]), d. reg. Q2 1861 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 24 May 1861 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1851, an agricultural laborer in the ARCHER household at Shildon Farm, Doddiscombsleigh. At his son's baptism in 1852, a laborer, of Burnt House, Doddiscombsleigh. At his son's baptism in 1854, a miner, of Burnt House. At his daughter's baptism in 1857, a miner, of Moxley's Port Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh. At his daughter's baptism in 1859, a labourer, of Moxley's Port Cottage. In Apr 1861, an invalid without occupation, living at Stone Court Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Ann and their children William, John, Elizabeth, and Emily. At his death in May 1861, of Moxley's Port. At Ann's remarriage in 1870, she was of Exeter St. John; her husband George was a laborer, of Exeter St. John. In 1871, Ann was a dressmaker, living at Burnt House Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband George (a labourer), her daughter Emily, her widowed father, and George's children from his first marriage Charles and Ellen CLARK (b. ca. 1863 and 1864 at Doddiscombsleigh). Posthumously at his daughter's marriage in 1883, a labourer.
            1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 May 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q4 1883 at Kensington R.D., Eliza BOTTOMS (b. ca. 1859 at Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, d. reg. Q4 1937 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1908 at Amersham R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a groom, etc., in the ROUGHT household at Bushy Park House, Littleham, Devon. In 1881, a railway porter, boarding in the READ household at 40 Clareville Grove, Kensington, London. In 1891, a railway guard, living at 148 Sulgrave Road, Hammersmith, London, with his wife Eliza. In 1901, a railway passenger guard, living at 257 Berkhamstead Road, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, with his wife Eliza. In 1911, Eliza was a lady's attendant in the BROWNING household at Bec-en-trent(?), Sidmouth, Devon.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 15 Jan 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q1 1883 at Dartford R.D., Fanny Elizabeth SMITH (b. ca. 1857 at Badlesmereleese, Kent, d. reg. Q2 1929 at Kingston R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1908 at Kingston R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a farm servant in the LOWTON household at Webberton Cottage, Dunchideock, Devon. In 1881, a police constable, living at the police station, Kennington Road, Lambeth, Surrey. In 1891, a metropolitan police constable, living at 22 Avalon Road, Fulham, London, with his wife Elizabeth and their son Frederick. In 1901, a police constable, living at 2 Woodbury Villas, Teddington, Middlesex, with his wife Fanny and their son Frederick. In 1911, Fanny was living at 18 Glenville Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey, with her son Frederick.
              1. Frederick John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Chelsea, Middlesex, b. reg. Q1 1886 at Chelsea R.D., m. reg. Q3 1915 at Kingston R.D., Ellen SAVAGE (b. ca. 1885, d. reg. Q2 1951 at Honiton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1954 at Honiton R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a solicitor's clerk, living with his parents. In 1911, a clerk at an electricity works, living with his mother.
            3. Elizabeth Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Feb 1857 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 18 Apr 1883 at Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1883 at Crediton R.D., Frank COUNTER (son of Francis COUNTER, a laborer). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a children's maid in the MORTIMER household at Browne's Farm, Kenn, Devon. In 1881, a parlourmaid in the ARUNDELL household, at Rectory House, Cheriton Fitzpaine. At her marriage in 1883, a domestic servant, of Cheriton Fitzpaine; Frank was a carpenter, of Christow; the witnesses were George COUNTER and Emily Caroline SERCOMBE (Elizabeth's sister).
            4. Emily Caroline SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1859 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 13 Nov 1859 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. 4 Jan 1936, d. reg. Q1 1936 at Newton Abbot R.D., bur. at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1881, a domestic servant in the HOCKIN household, at 52 Magdalen Street, Exeter Holy Trinity, Devon. In 1891, a cook in the HEWITT household at 3 Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, London. In 1901, a maid in the TEMPLER household at 8 Powderham Street, East Teignmouth, Devon. In 1911, a sick nurse in the CHURTON household at 4 Courtenay Road, Newton Abbot.
        8. James SERCOMB, chr. 22 Jun 1800 at Stoke Damerel, Devon.
      6. John SERCOMBE, chr. 1 Jan 1759 at Dunsford, m. 10 Mar 1785 at Dunsford by banns, Elizabeth NORRISH (b. ca. 1763 at Holcombe Burnell, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1851 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. by 1851. At his marriage in 1785, John was a laborer; William SERCOMBE, probably his father or his eldest brother, was a marriage witness. In 1851, Elizabeth was blind, living with her daughter Elizabeth.
        1. John SERCOMBE, chr. 14 May 1786 at Dunsford, bur. 27 Jun 1786 at Dunsford.
        2. John SERCOMBE, chr. 7 Sep 1788 at Dunsford, m. 26 Feb 1811 at Clyst St. George, Devon, Ann COX (b. ca. 1790). In 1811, of Holcombe Burnell, Devon; Ann was of Clyst St. George. On 1 Jan 1850, acquired 160 acres of land in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. In 1850, a farmer, living at Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, with his wife Anna. In 1855, living at Wauwatosa. In 1860, a farmer with real estate worth $2600 and personal estate worth $100, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Ann.
          1. John Cox SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Apr 1811 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, and again 18 Jul 1813 at St. Mary Major, Exeter, m. 17 Jul 1834 at St. John the Baptist, Yeovil, Somerset, by license, Emma CAYME (b. ca. 1814 at Exeter), d. by 1880. In 1834, John and Emma were both of Yeovil. H. BARRETT, Lucy CAYME, and Jonathan CROCKER witnessed the marriage in 1834. Arrived at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on 8 Nov 1837. In 1840, living at Milwaukee (West Ward) with his wife Emma and daughter Mary. In 1850, a furnace man, living at 2nd Ward, Milwaukee, with his wife Emma, their children John, Mary, Charles, Albert, and Emily, and a servant. In 1855, living at 4th Ward, Milwaukee. In 1860, an iron founder with real estate worth $10,000 and personal estate of $7000, living at 4th Ward, Milwaukee, with his wife Emma and children Mary, John, Charles, Albert, and Emma. In 1880, Emma lived at 133 4th Street, Milwaukee, with her daughters Mary and Emma, Mary's husband George, boarders Walter RICE and Henry BUXTON, and a servant.
            1. John SERCOMBE, b. 15 Nov 1835, chr. 11 Feb 1836 at the Independent chapel, Yeovil, bur. 24 Aug 1836 at St. John the Baptist, Yeovil.
            2. Mary A.L. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1838 in Wisconsin, m. George W. SANFORD (b. ca. 1841 in Michigan). In 1850, attended school. In Fall term 1855, attended Lawrence Prep, Appleton, Outagamie County, Wisconsin, taking classes in Latin, French, and grammar. In 1880, at home, living with her husband George (a traveling agent) in her parents' household.
            3. John W. SERCOMB, b. Mar 1841 in Wisconsin, m. ca. 1881 Margaret E. (b. Apr 1852 in Wisconsin), d. by 1910. In 1850, attended school, living with his parents. Attended Lawrence Prep in 1859/60 (junior) and 1860/61 (senior). In 1860, a college student, living at 2nd Ward, Appleton. Attended Lawrence College in 1861/62 (freshman) and 1862/63 (sophomore). In 1880, in the silver ware business, living in the household of his brother Albert. In 1900, a collector, living at 7140 Normal Avenue, Chicago, with his wife Margaret. In 1910, Margaret was living on her own income at 7140 Normal Avenue, Chicago.
            4. Charles Albert Scales SERCOMB, b. May 1843 in Wisconsin, m. 18 Feb 1875 Harriet "Hattie" BARKER (b. ca. 1852 in Wisconsin). In 1850 and 1860, attended school, living with his parents. Enlisted in the Union army on 9 Aug 1861 and served 100 days as a private in the Illinois Volunteer Infantry. In 1880, a railroad engineer, living at 313 Walker Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Hattie (keeping house), children Royal, Gertrude, and Grace, and a Prussian servant. In 1890, living at 174 27th Street, Milwaukee. In 1900, a foundryman, living at 539 Terrace Avenue, Milwaukee, with his wife Harriet, children Royal, Grace, and Gertrude, Gertrude's husband, and a servant. In 1910, a soap manufacturer, living at 778 Stowell Avenue, Milwaukee, with his wife Harriet, son Charles, and daughter Margaret.
              1. Royal Charles or Charles Royal SERCOMB, b. Jan 1876 in Illinois, m. ca. 1909 (d. by 1920), d. 2 Jun 1942 at Chicago. In 1880, visiting his maternal grandparents Daniel T. BARKER (a lumber dealer, b. ca. 1826 in Connecticut) and Susan E. (b. ca. 1835 in Connecticut) at Elkhorn, Walworth County, Wisconsin. In 1900, at school, living with his parents. Attended Harvard University. In 1910, a lawyer in general practice, living with his parents (but not his wife). In 1913, address 778 Stowell Avenue, Milwaukee. In 1920, a lawyer working in public administration, living at 4410 North Ashland Avenue, Chicago, with his sister Grace. In 1930, a lawyer with his own office, living at 4519-4527 North Paulina Street, Chicago, with his sister Margaret Grace.
              2. Gertrude M. or M. Gertrude SERCOMB, b. Jun 1877 in Wisconsin, m. 27 Dec 1899 in Milwaukee County, Charles W. BIGGS or BEGGS, Jr. (b. 1875 in Dakota). In 1880, at home, living with her parents. In 1900, living with her husband Charles (a traveling salesman of patent medicines) in the household of her parents.
              3. Grace Margaret or Margaret Grace SERCOMB, b. May 1879 in Wisconsin. In 1880, living with her parents. In 1900, at school, living with her parents. In 1910, a school teacher, living with her parents. In 1920, a private tutor, living with her brother Charles. In 1930, a teacher in a private school, living with her brother Charles.
            5. Albert L. SERCOMB, b. 22 Aug 1847 in Wisconsin, m1. ca. 1880 Georgia ADAMS (b. 9 Oct 1846 in Connecticut, d. 23 Sep 1901, bur. 25 Sep 1901 in Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee), m2. ca. 1910 Kate B. (b. ca. 1855 in Missouri, m. once before Albert), d. 12 May 1913, bur. 14 May 1913 in Forest Home Cemetery. In 1860, attended school, living at home. In 1880, in the silver ware business, living at 212 Dearborn Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, with his wife Georgia, brother John, and a black servant. In 1900, in the silver manufacturing business, living at 321 Lake View Avenue, Chicago, with his wife Georgia, sons Albert and Henry, and four servants. On 12 Sep 1903, arrived at New York on the ship Campania from Liverpool, England, with his sons Albert and Henry. In 1910, a wholesale silver merchant, living at 2906 Lake View Avenue, Chicago, with his wife Kate, a cook, a housemaid, a waitress, and a chauffeur. (These four servants were all Swedish.) In 1912, lived with his wife at 2906 Sheridan Road, Chicago, and belonged to the Chicago Athletic Association and the Union League Club. On 21 Mar 1912, arrived at New York on the ship Arcadian from Bermuda, with his wife Kate. In 1920, Kate was living with her daughter (in law?) by her first husband, at 17 West Maple, Chicago.
              1. Albert Adams SERCOMB, b. 9 Aug 1880 at Chicago, d. 30 Sep 1918, bur. in France, removed and rebur. 26 Sep 1921 in Forest Home Cemetery. In 1900, a student at Williams College, Williamstown, Berkshire County, Massachusetts. In 1906, owned land in Charles Mix County, South Dakota. In 1910, a silver plater working in a shop (perhaps his father's), lodging at 111 Oak Street, Chigago. In 1912, lived at 17 East Division Street, Chicago, and belonged to the University Club. In 1913, address 7 East Dewesian (probably Division) Street, Chicago, arrived at New York on 7 Apr aboard the ship Victoria Luise, sailed 11 Mar 1913 from New York (sic). At death, a captain (probably in the U.S. Army in World War I).
              2. Henry H. SERCOMB, b. 3 Mar 1883 at Chicago, m1. Margaret SCALES (b. ca. 1884 in Illinois), m2. 10 Sep 1921 at the home of the bride, Allegan County, Michigan, Jessie M. NICOL (b. ca. 1884 at Chicago, daughter of James NICOL and [Ge?]rtrude [An?]n RENSSALAER), d. 15 Nov 1965 in Los Angeles County, California. In 1900, at school. (Where in 1910?) In 1920, a farmer, living at 832 Phillips Street, South Haven, Van Buren County, Michigan, with his wife Margaret, their children Albert and Margaret, and a servant. At his second marriage in 1921, a farmer; he and Jessie were both of South Haven. In 1930, no occupation, living at 832 Phillips Street with his wife Jessie and daughter Margaret.
                1. Albert Cayme SERCOMB, b. 5 Dec 1907 in Alameda County, California, m. Elizabeth Jane GATES (b. ca. 1913 at Chicago), d. May 1986. (Where in 1910?) In 1920, attending school, living with his parents. In 1930, a building materials salesman, living in a boarding house at 1027 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, Arizona, together with Elizabeth and Katherine SCALES (b. ca. 1876 and ca. 1882 in Illinois, perhaps his aunts). At his daughters' births in 1936, a paint salesman for Matthews Paint Company. Lived latterly at Tucson, Arizona.
                  1. Jean Chancellor SERCOMB, b. 18 Jul 1936 (7:45am) at Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona.
                  2. Marjorie Hilman SERCOMB, b. 18 Jul 1936 (7:50am) at Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix.
                2. Margaret A. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1911 in Michigan. In 1920, attending school, living with her parents. In 1930, no occupation, living with her father and stepmother; also enumerated as a roomer at Cragmor, a sanatorium in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado.
            6. Emily SERCOMB, b. ca. 1849 in Wisconsin.
            7. Emma S. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1853 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attended school. In 1880, at home.
          2. George SERCOMBE, chr. 18 Jul 1813 at St. Mary Major, m. Oct 1846 Catherine PLACE (b. ca. 1827 in Ohio or Indiana, daughter of David PLACE and Susan FRAZEE). In 1850, a farmer with real estate worth $1200, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Catharine, their children Orville and H.C. and Catherine's sister Rebecca PLAICE (b. ca. 1834 in Ohio). In 1855, living at Wauwatosa. In 1860, a farmer with real estate worth $4000 and personal estate worth $250, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Catherine and their children Orville, Fleeda, Rowa, Mary, and Samuel. In 1870, a gardener with personal estate worth $500, living at 5th Ward, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, with his wife Catherine (keeping house) and their children Rhoe, Mary, and Samuel.
            1. Orville George or George Orville SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 in Wisconsin, m. 2 Nov 1882 in Putnam County, Indiana, Ida B. WILLIAMSON (b. ca. 1860 in Indiana). In 1850, living with his parents. In 1860, attending school, living with his parents. (Where in 1870 and 1880?) In 1884, a waiter at California Hall, boarding at Alvord House, Denver, Colorado. (Where in 1900?) In 1909, proprietor of the Quinine Whiskey Company, residing at 1519 Cherokee Road, Louisville, Kentucky. In 1910, a patent medicine proprietor, living at Cherokee Road, Louisville, with his wife Ida and their daughter Ida.
              1. Ida SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 in Indiana. In 1910, living with her parents.
            2. Caroline Vleit SERCOMB, b. by 1851.
            3. H.C. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1849 in Wisconsin. In 1850, living with her parents. (Is this Caroline?)
            4. Fleeta or Fletta C. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1850 in Wisconsin, m. 20 Mar 1869 in Cook County, John A. PLUMMER. In 1860, attending school, living with her parents. (Is this also Caroline?)
            5. Rhoe or Rowa P. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1852 in Wisconsin, m. 3 or 9 Mar 1879 in Cook County, Walter S. BELL. In 1860, attending school, living with her parents. In 1870, at home, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1879, of 85 Lincoln Avenue, Chicago.
            6. Mary B. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1854 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attending school, living with her parents. In 1870, at home, living with her parents.
            7. Samuel M. SERCOMB, b. ca. 1856 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attending school, living with his parents. In 1870, an office boy, living with his parents.
          3. Eliza SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Jul 1815 at St. Mary Major.
          4. (probably) Samuel SERCOMB, b. ca. 1820, m. Caroline R. (b. ca. 1831 in New York or Illinois, m2. 10 Feb 1858 in Jones County, Iowa, J. Alonzo BLAKESLEE or BLAKELEE or BLAKELY), d. by 1858. In 1850, an ornithologist with real estate worth $200, living at 4th Ward, Milwaukee, with his wife Caroline and son Alberta. In 1860, Caroline was living at Madison, Jones County, with her husband J.A. (a farm servant) and son Albert. In 1870, Caroline was living at Wyoming, Jones County, with her husband Alonzo (a farmer), two children by him, and her son A.K.
            1. Albert K. SERCOMB, sometimes subsequently Albert K. BLAKELEE, b. Nov 1848 in Wisconsin, m. 5 Mar 1873 at Wyoming, Cara A. SKINNER (b. Jul 1851 in Iowa, bur. 30 Oct 1944 in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Utah, next to her sons Edward and Albert), d. by 1920. In 1860, living with his mother and stepfather. In 1870, a farm laborer with personal estate of $150. In 1880, a farmer, living at Dawson, Greene County, Iowa, with his wife Cara (keeping house) and sons Edward and Alberto. In 1900, a fruit grower, living at Jackson, Greene County, with his wife Cara and sons Bert and William. In 1910, a blacksmith at a thresher works, living at West Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, with his wife Cara, a maid, and three boarders. In 1920, Cara was living with her son Alberto. In 1930, she was living with her son Ed.
              1. Edward "Ed" SERCOMB, b. ca. 1874 in Iowa, bur. 17 Aug 1937 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, next to his mother and his brother Albert. In 1880, living with his parents. In 1920, an auto mechanic, rooming at West Main Street, Tremonton, Box Elder County, Utah. In 1930, a junk dealer with his own shop, living at Tremonton Street, Tremonton, with his mother.
              2. Alberto Kimson "Bert" SERCOMB, b. Feb 1880 in Iowa, m. Luilla (b. ca. 1893 in Utah), bur. 2 Oct 1950 in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, next to his mother and his brother Edward. In 1880, living with his parents. In 1900, a farm laborer, living with his parents. In 1920, a restaurant operator, living at First West Street, Tremonton, with his wife Luilla, son Kenneth, and mother Cara.
                1. Kenneth B. SERCOMB, b. 29 Sep 1916 in Utah, m. WOOLLEY, d. Dec 1994. In 1920, living with his parents. Latterly lived at Salt Lake City.
                  1. Kenneth J. SERCOMB, b. 5 Jun 1937 in Utah, d. 6 Apr 1967 in Los Angeles County, California.
              3. William SERCOMB, b. Jun 1886. In 1900, at school, living with his parents.
          5. Ephraim Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 31 Jan 1824 at Castle Street Independent Chapel, Launceston, Cornwall, m. Harriet M. WESTOVER (b. ca. 1832 in New York or Maine, d. by 1880). In 1850, a farmer with real estate worth $3000, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Harriet and daughter Harriet. In 1855, living at Wauwatosa. In 1860, a farmer with real estate of $4000 and personal estate of $20, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Harriet and children Francis, Eva, and Cassius. In 1880, a wood and coal dealer, living at 614 Island Avenue, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, with his children Francis, Eva, Parker, and Winnie.
            1. Hariet Francis SERCOMBE, b. Sep 1848 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attended school. In 1880, a medical student. In 1900, a practicing physician, living at 428 Jackson Street, Milwaukee, with boarder Annie Neale CURTIS and a servant. In 1920, living at 1694 Topeka, Altadena, Los Angeles County, California, with boarder Annie N. CURTIS.
            2. Eva Louise SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 in Wisconsin, m. 13 Sep 1882 in Milwaukee County, Frank E. MIX (b. Jul 1860 in Wisconsin). In 1860, attended school. In 1880, keeping house. In 1900, living at 3146 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, with her husband (in the envelope manufacturing business), two children, her sister Winifred, and a servant.
            3. Cassius G. SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1858 at Milwaukee, m. 28 Feb 1883 in Milwaukee County, Alyda G. "Lida" DROPPER or DROPPERS (b. May 1857 at Milwaukee). In 1880, a farmer, living at Elmer, Pipestone County, Minnesota, with his brother James. In 1900, a teamster, living at 587 24th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with his wife Lida, children Robert, Harry, Winnfrida, and Gertruta, and a child boarder. In 1910, a millwright for a custom stone company, living at 313 23rd Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Alyda, children Westover and Gertrude, and Alyda's sister Hannah (a physician). In 1920, a constructor(?) for a binder(?) company, living at 286 21st Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Alyda.
              1. Robert J. SERCOMBE, b. Jan 1883 in Wisconsin, m1. 28 Jun 1906 in Milwaukee Couny, Laura or Louisa Esther MARGUIS (b. ca. 1884 in Illinois), div., m2. Louise L. (b. ca. 1887 in Missouri). In 1900, a plumber, living with his parents. In 1910, a draughtsman for a structural company, living at 775 37th Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Laura and son James. In 1920, a mechanical engineer for a steel tube company, living at 69th Avenue, West Allis, Milwaukee County, with his wife Esther and their children James and Emily. In 1930, a chief bridge inspector for a steam railroad, living at the Thelma Apartments, 5878 Plymouth Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, with his second wife Louise and a niece; Esther was living at 87th Avenue, Wauwatosa, with their children James and Emily. Ancestor of researcher Tim Gruber.
                1. A child, d. by 1910.
                2. James E. SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1908 in Wisconsin. In 1910 and 1920, living with his parents. In 1930, a salesman in a retail drug store, living with his mother.
                3. Emily G. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1911 in Wisconsin. In 1920, living with her parents. In 1930, a sales lady in a retail music store, living with her mother.
              2. Harry SERCOMBE, b. Aug 1884 in Wisconsin. In 1900, at normal school, living with his parents.
              3. Winifred or Winnfrida SERCOMBE, b. 20 Dec 1886 or Feb 1887 at Milwaukee, m. Claude JAYCOX, d. 29 Aug 1945 at Grant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, bur. 31 Aug 1945 at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. In 1900, at school, living with her parents. At her death in 1945, residence 391 Oak Street, Columbus.
              4. Gertrude or Gertruta SERCOMBE, b. May 1889 in Wisconsin. In 1900, at school, living with her parents. In 1910, a stenographer for a retail dry goods company, living with her parents. Ancestor of researcher Susan Joan Schultz.
              5. Westover William or Westover F. SERCOMBE, b. 24 Sep 1893 in Milwaukee County, m. ca. 1915 Selma (b. ca. 1890 in Wisconsin), d. 6 Jan 1955 in Los Angeles County, California. Not at home in 1900. In 1910, living with his parents. In 1920, a civil engineer at a steel tube works, living at 462 39th Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Selma and daughter Harriette. In 1930, a civil engineer for a railroad, living at 5015 Wells Street, Milwaukee, with his wife Selma and daughters Harriet and Jane.
                1. Harriet SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jun 1917 in Wisconsin. In 1920 and 1930, living with her parents.
                2. Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1924 in Wisconsin. In 1930, living with her parents.
            4. Parker Holmes SERCOMBE, b. 24 Jun 1860 in Wisconsin, m1. ca. 1885 Julia GILSON (b. Apr 1862 in Wisconsin, d. by 1910), m2. Leontine P. (b. ca. 1893 in New Jersey), d. 30 Jan 1944 in Los Angeles County, California. In 1880, a teacher, living with his father. In 1900, Julia was living at 116 South Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, with her mother and sister. In 1910, a teacher in a school of philosophy, living at 1562 East 56th Street, Chicago, with three job printers as lodgers. In 1920, a statistician for Cooperative Stores Groceries, living at 3301 North Racine Avenue, Chicago, with his wife Leontine and children Syndex, Romanie, and Herbert. In the Depression, lived in Mexico City.
              1. Syndex SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1913 in Illinois. In 1920, living with his parents.
              2. Rommanie SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jul 1914 at Chicago, m. Tulio CIAURI, d. 7 Feb 2008 at Redlands, California. In 1920, living with her parents. Worked in her family's gas station in Mexico City. After returning to the United States, worked for the Eastern-Columbia department store, whose historic building (now condominiums) is a Los Angeles landmark. Later owned and operated the Pink Door Figure Salon in Loma Linda, California. Lived in Calimesa, California, ca. 1978-1998, then in Redlands until 2008. See obituary 15 Feb 2008 in the Redlands Daily Facts.
                1. Robert CIAURI. At his mother's death in 2008, of Redlands.
                2. Jack CIAURI. At his mother's death in 2008, of La Verne, California.
                3. Rosemary CIAURI, m. SELBERG. At her mother's death in 2008, of Beaumont, California.
              3. Herbert S. SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1916 in Illinois. In 1920, living with his parents.
            5. Winifred E. "Winnie" SERCOMBE, b. 4 Sep 1862 in Wisconsin, d. 23 Oct 1947 in Santa Cruz County, California. In 1880, at school. In 1888/1889, a student from Milwaukee, attending the University of Wisconsin at Madison, living in Ladies' Hall. In 1900, a school teacher.
            6. James Espy SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 in Wisconsin, k. 12 Mar 1886 at Minneapolis by a freight train, bur. at Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, in the family plot. In 1880, a farm hand.
        3. George SERCOMBE, chr. 18 Jul 1790 at Dunsford, m. 7 Dec 1825 at Dunsford, Mary VINICOMBE (b. ca. 1799 at Highweek, Devon, d. 25 Mar 1886 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, of old age, d. reg. Q1 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 27 Mar 1886 at Doddiscombsleigh), d. 12 Apr 1876 at Doddiscombsleigh of natural decay, d. reg. Q2 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 20 Apr 1876 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1821, George was a farm servant by the year in the household of John NORRISH (perhaps a relative of his mother) at North Cottley, Dunsford, where his brother Benjamin was an apprentice. Elizabeth VINICOMBE and John BASTOW witnessed George's marriage in 1825. In Apr 1825, George witnessed the marriage at Ide of James VINICOMBE and Elizabeth COUSINS. In Dec 1825, George was a laborer. In 1826, a laborer, of Exminster. In 1828, a laborer, of Lower Cotley, Dunsford. In 1834, a farmer, of Cotley. In 1839, a farmer, of North Cotley. In 1850, a farmer at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1851, a farmer of 100 acres, employing three laborers, living at Perry Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Mary, son John, niece Sarah VINNICOMBE (b. ca. 1832 at Niton, Devon), and two agricultural laborers. In 1852, a farmer. In 1861, a farmer, living at Perry Farm with his wife Mary, son John, John's wife and children, and two house servants. In 1871, a farmer of 100 acres, living at Perry Farm with his wife Mary, son John, and John's wife and children. In 1876, a farmer, of Perry Farm. In 1881, Mary was living in the household of her son John. In 1886, Mary was of Perry Farm.
          1. Susan SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1826 at Exminster, chr. 17 Sep 1826 at Ide, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1849 at St. Thomas, George BOLLEY (b. ca. 1817 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, d. by 1881). In 1851, living at Ducks Pool Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with her husband George (a master blacksmith), their son George, and three employees. In 1881, living at 51 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, with her niece Olive and aunt Elizabeth.
            1. George Sercombe BOLLEY, b. ca. 1849 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1872 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with his parents.
          2. John Norrish SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1828 at Dunsford, chr. 8 Jun 1828 at Dunsford, m. 8 Jan 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q1 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., Martha JERVIS (b. ca. 1828 at Dunsford, daughter of William JERVIS, farmer, d. 24 Sep 1898 at 44 Commercial Road, Exeter, of chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and heart failure, d. reg. Q3 1898 at Exeter R.D., bur. 29 Sep 1898 at Doddiscombsleigh), d. 26 Aug 1915, d. reg. Q3 1915 at Exeter R.D., bur. 30 Aug 1915 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1851, living with his parents. At his marriage in Jan 1852, of Perry; Martha was of Pilt; the witnesses were Thomas HIGGINS and Daniel JERVIS. In Sep 1852, 1854, 1856, 1858, 1860, 1862, 1864, 1865, 1868, and 1870, a farmer, of Perry, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, living on his parents' farm with his wife Martha and their children Miriam, John, Lucy, William, and Ellen. In 1871, living on his parents' farm with his wife Martha and their children John, Lucy, William, Ellen, Jessie, Olive, Harriett, Charles, and Frederick. At his daughter's marriage in 1874, a farmer. In 1881, a farmer, living at Perry Farm, Doddiscombsleigh, with his mother Mary, wife Martha, children William, Harriet, Charles, and Frederick, and visitor Jeremiah JERVIS (independent, b. ca. 1832 at Doddiscombsleigh, probably a relative of Martha). In 1886 and 1889, a farmer. In 1891, a carter, living at Commercial Road, Exeter St. Mary Steps, with his wife Martha, children Harriet and Frederick, and Martha's widowed sister. In 1898, John was a haulier, and Martha was of Exeter. At his son Frederick's marriage in 1899, a retired farmer. In 1901 and 1911, living with his son William George. At his death in 1915, of Bartholomew Street, Exeter.
            1. Miriam SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 5 Sep 1852 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 29 Oct 1874 at Heavitree, m. reg. Q4 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., John Lee PAVEY (b. ca. 1853 at Exeter, son of William PAVEY, a carpenter). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a nurse maid in the household of Samuel Sercombe SOPER at Riley Farm, Hennock, Devon. At her marriage in 1874, of Heavitree; John was a carpenter, of Exeter St. Mary Major; witnesses at the marriage were Mary Ball MITCHELL and Miriam's sister Lucy. In 1881, living at 2 Lakes Buildings, Exeter, with her husband John (a master builder, employing five men), their children William and Edith, and a boarder. In 1891, living at 4 Okehampton Street, St. Thomas, with her children Edith, Leonard, Wallace, and Winifred and a visitor (where was John?). Ancestor of researcher Kevin Hodgkinson.
              1. William J. PAVEY, b. ca. 1875 at Exeter. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              2. Edith B. PAVEY, b. ca. 1876 at Exeter. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother.
              3. Leonard Sercombe PAVEY, b. ca. 1884 at Tiverton, b. reg. Q2 1884 at Tiverton R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother.
              4. Wallace PAVEY, b. ca. 1885 at Tiverton. In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother.
              5. Winifred PAVEY, b. ca. Feb 1891 at St. Thomas. In 1891, living with her mother.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. 8 Apr 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, chr. 7 May 1854 at Doddiscombsleigh, m1. 24 Apr 1882 at Hennock, m1. reg. Q2 1882 at Newton Abbot R.D., Jane PITTS (b. 23 Jan 1860 at Hennock, d. by 1924), m2. reg. Q4 1924 at Greenwich R.D., Ada S. SALTER (b. ca. 1872 at London, d. reg. Q1 1952 at Hastings R.D.), d. 29 Aug 1927 of a heart attack, bur. at Arkona, Ontario. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a farmer's son, boarding in the PROWSE household at Knowles View, Wolborough, Devon. Emigrated to Ontario in 1882. At his son William's birth in 1883, a grain buyer, of Parkhill, Ontario. At his son Albert's birth in 1885, a laborer, of West Williams, Ontario. In 1891, a farmer, living at West Williams with his wife Jane and their sons Frederick, William, and Albert. In 1899, bought a homestead near Arkona. In 1901, a farmer, living at Warwick, Ontario, with his wife Jane and their sons Frederick, William, and Albert. Lived as a farmer at Thedford, Ontario, before returning to England in 1924 (arrived 12 Nov 1924 at Southampton from Quebec). Sailed back to Canada from Southampton on 30 May 1925 with his wife Ada on the Empress of Scotland, in third class, arriving at Quebec on 6 Jun 1925. On the ship's passenger list, stated that he was a farmer, was carrying £400, intended to reside permanently in Canada, and would continue on to his home at Thedford on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Ancestor of researchers Bill Sercombe and Marian Kristensen.
              1. Frederick John "Fred" SERCOMBE, b. 22 Nov 1882 at Parkhill (urban), m1. 18 Mar 1912 at Thedford, Lambton County, Margaret Alison CORNELL (b. ca. Jun 1884 at Milverton, daughter of Wellington Augustus CORNELL and Hannah BOYLE and sister of Phoebe, wife of Fred's brother Albert, d. 26 Aug 1916 at Bosanquet, Lambton County, bur. at Arkona), m2. 5 Sep 1923 Lucy Selina WATERMAN (bur. at Arkona), d. 11 Dec 1962 at Strathroy Hospital, Ontario, bur. at Arkona. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1912, a farmer, of Bosanquet. In 1916, of Thedford. In 1919, of Bosanquet, witnessed the marriage of his brother William.
              2. William Pitts SERCOMBE, b. 1 Dec 1883 at Parkhill (urban), m. 30 Jul 1919 at St. Paul's, Thedford, Martha FRAYNE (b. ca. 1897, daughter of Henry FRAYNE and Clara TAYLOR), d. 20 Dec 1974. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farmer, living at Lot 15, Concession 14, West Williams. In 1913, of Thedford, witnessed the marriage of his brother Albert. At his marriage in 1919, a farmer, of Bosanquet.
              3. Albert Henry SERCOMBE, b. 30 Aug 1885 at Parkhill (rural), m. 29 Sep 1913 at Thedford, Phoebe Olive CORNELL (b. ca. 1890, sister of Margaret, wife of Albert's brother Fred) d. 3 Jul 1962 at St. Joseph Hospital, London, Ontario. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1912, of Thedford, witnessed the marriage of his brother Frederick. In 1913, a farmer, of Bosanquet.
            3. Lucy Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 27 Apr 1856 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. reg. Q3 1881 at Exeter R.D., Harry VENTON (b. ca. 1860 at Thorverton, Devon). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a servant in the household at 1-2 The Quadrant, Exeter. In 1891, living at 37 East Street, Andover, Hampshire, with her husband Harry (a Prudential Insurance agent).
            4. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Doddiscombsleigh, chr. 7 Mar 1858 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q1 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 4 Dec 1886 at Christ Church Wesleyan, Southernhay, Exeter, by certificate, m. reg. Q4 1886 at Exeter R.D., Charlotte Prosser SQUIRE (b. ca. 1861 at Hele or Bradninch, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1953 at Wandsworth R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1931 at Exeter R.D. In 1861 and 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a farmer, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1886, a farmer, of Perry Farm; Charlotte was of Bradninch. In 1891, a laborer, living at Greys Buildings, Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Charlotte and their sons Reginald and Harold. In 1901, a general laborer, living at 154 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, with his wife Charlotte, their children Reginald, Minnie, and Mabel, and his father. In 1911, a builder's laborer, living at 26 Bartholomew Street, Exeter, with his wife Charlotte (a clerk for a wine merchant), their children Mabel and William, his father, and a boarder. At his son's marriage in 1916, a laborer. When his brother John returned to Canada in 1925, of 10 Bartholomew Street, Exeter.
              1. Reginald Richard John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 26 Dec 1916 at St. Agnes, Bristol, after banns, m. reg. Q4 1916 at Bristol R.D., Rose Maud WHITE (b. ca. 1888, d. reg. Q3 1958 at Aylesbury R.D.; daughter of Henry Edward WHITE, a bootmaker), d. reg. Q1 1968 at Aylesbury R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, an errand boy, living with his parents. In 1911, a bread baker, assistant in the MARSHALL household at Fore Street, Topsham, Devon. At his marriage in 1916, a baker and confectioner, of 8 Brigstock Road, Bristol; Rose was a tailoress, of the same address; the witnesses were H.E. WHITE (perhaps Rose's father), Bertram E. GROGAN, and M.G. WHITE.
                1. Joan L.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1927 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q4 1946 at Aylesbury R.D., Louis N. WELLS. Ancestor of researcher Norman Wells.
                  1. Peter R. WELLS, b. reg. Q3 1947 at Aylesbury R.D.
                  2. Jeremy N.R. WELLS, b. reg. Q3 1950 at Aylesbury R.D.
                  3. Jonathan P. WELLS, b. reg. Q3 1955 at Aylesbury R.D.
              2. Harold SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1890 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q1 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1891 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1891, living with his parents.
              3. Minnie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q1 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1909 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with her parents.
              4. Mabel SERCOMBE, b. 14 Jul 1897 at Cowick Street, St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1897 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1924 at Exeter R.D., Albert Percy CAMBLE (b. reg. Q4 1894 at Exeter R.D), d. reg. Mar 1988 at Hastings and Rother R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. Ancestor of researcher Steve Camble.
              5. William George SERCOMBE, b. 15 Dec 1901 at Cowick Street, St. Thomas, b. reg. Q1 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1928 at Bristol R.D., Florence Ethel V. GIBBS (b. 21 Dec 1900, d. reg. Q3 1978 at Bristol R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1981 at Bristol R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Margaret M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1929 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q3 1954 at Bristol R.D., Edward D.M. BATEMAN.
                  1. Kevin J. BATEMAN, b. reg. Q2 1958 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D.
                  2. Philip A. BATEMAN, b. reg. Q3 1960 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D.
                  3. Carole J. BATEMAN, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D.
                2. Lynda M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1937 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q2 1957 at Bristol R.D., John W. ANSTEE.
                  1. William J. ANSTEE, b. reg. Q3 1961 at Bristol R.D.
                  2. Philippa Kate ANSTEE, b. reg. Q4 1966 at Bristol R.D.
            5. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 23 Jan 1860 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. 26 May 1875, d. reg. Q2 1875 at Exeter, bur. 12 May 1875 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents. At her burial in 1875, of Perry Farm.
            6. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 13 Apr 1862 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 1 Jun 1885 at St. Thomas, m. reg. Q2 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., John TAYLOR (b. ca. 1861 at Braunton, Devon, son of George TAYLOR, a farmer). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the MITCHELL household, at Springlands, East Wonford, Heavitree. At her marriage in 1885, of Cowick Street, St. Thomas; John was a butcher, of Braunton; Jessie's sister Harriet witnessed the marriage. In 1891, living at Gubbins Lane, Braunton, with her husband John (a butcher), their children George, Claud, Percival, and Ethel, John's widowed mother, and a general servant. In 1901, a butcher, living at 31 Addey Street, Nether Hallam, Sheffield, Yorkshire, with her husband John (a butcher) and their children George, Claud, Percy, William, and Dorothy.
              1. George Curtice TAYLOR, b. ca. 1885 at Braunton. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a butcher, living with his parents.
              2. Claud Sercombe TAYLOR, b. ca. 1887 at Braunton, b. reg. Q3 1887 at Barnstaple R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a butcher, living with his parents.
              3. Percival Ernest "Percy" TAYLOR, b. ca. 1888 at Braunton. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, living with his parents.
              4. Ethel May TAYLOR, b. ca. Apr 1890 at Braunton. In 1891, living with her parents.
              5. William TAYLOR, b. ca. 1891 at Braunton. In 1901, living with his parents.
              6. Dorothy TAYLOR, b. ca. 1896 at Sheffield. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her mother's sister Harriet.
            7. Olive SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1864 at Doddiscombsleigh or Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 31 Jan 1864 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. reg. Q3 1957 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a dressmaker, living with her aunt Susan. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a lodging house keeper, living at 33 Kildare Terrace, Paddington, London. In 1911, an apartment house keeper, living at 33 Kildare Terrace, Paddington.
            8. Harriet Anna SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1865 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. reg. Q2 1955 at Winchester R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, a butcher's manageress, living at 106 Harvest Lane, Sheffield, with her niece Dorothy TAYLOR.
            9. Charles SERCOMBE, b. 27 Apr 1868 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q2 1868 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Jun 1868 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 8 Dec 1889 at Dawlish, Devon, after banns, m. reg. Q4 1889 at St. Thomas R.D., Agnes Lily or Lily Agnes CRUSE (b. ca. 1872 at Tedburn St. Mary, m2. reg. Q4 1925 at Hartley Wintney R.D., Thomas B. LAUGHTON; daughter of Daniel Richard CRUSE, a blacksmith), accidentally drowned Dec 1916, found dead 19 Jan 1917 at Mill Leat, Countess Wear, Topsham, d. reg. Q1 1917 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1889, a farmer, of Dawlish; Agnes was also of Dawlish; marriage witnesses were Mary Jane CRUSE and William H. DISCOMBE. In 1891, lodging in the ROGERS household in Parkhill, Ontario, not far from his brother John; Agnes was living with her mother Mary Jane and stepfather James YENDELL at Grocer's Shop, Ide, Devon. At his daughter's baptism in 1892, a railway clerk, of Ide. In 1901, a railway porter, living in his mother-in-law's household at Grocer's Shop, Ide, with his wife Lily and their daughter Madeline. At his daughter's birth in Jun 1902, a railway clerk. At her baptism a month later, a railway porter, of Ide. In 1911, a grocer's assistant, living in the household of his wife's mother (a grocer) at her shop in Ide, with his wife Agnes (also a grocer's assistant) and their daughters Madeline and Phyllis. At his death in 1917, a market gardener, of 31 Weirfield Road, Exeter.
              1. Madeline Eugenie SERCOMBE, b. 2 Aug 1892 at Ide, b. reg. Q3 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 28 Aug 1892 at Ide, m. 7 Jul 1921 at St. Michael the Archangel, Aldershot, Hampshire, m. reg. Q3 1921 at Farnham R.D., Arthur William DUDLEY (b. ca. 1884, son of Arthur DUDLEY, a cashier), d. Aug 1947. In 1901, living with her parents and maternal grandmother. In 1911, a church embroiderer, living with her parents and maternal grandmother. At her marriage in 1921, of 103 Ash Road, Aldershot; Arthur was a clerk, of 25 Richmond Road, Ilford, Essex; the witnesses were Alfred WILSON and Beatrice Helene DUDLEY.
                1. Barbara J. DUDLEY, b. reg. Q3 1922 at Romford R.D.
                2. Arthur C. DUDLEY, b. reg. Q3 1926 at Kingston R.D.
              2. Phyllis Margaret SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jun 1902 at Ide, b. reg. Q3 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 20 Jul 1902 at Ide, m. 26 Feb 1921 at Farnham, Surrey, m. reg. Q1 1921 at Farnham R.D., Arthur Nicholas STALLARD, d. 5 Jun 1984. In 1911, at school, living with her parents and maternal grandmother. Ancestor of researcher Sue Froud. See Sue's website.
                1. Josephine M. STALLARD, b. reg. Q3 1921 at Farnham R.D.
                2. Arthur C. STALLARD, b. reg. Q3 1925 at Hartley Wintney R.D.
                3. Betty P. STALLARD, b. reg. Q3 1929 at Hartley Wintney R.D.
                4. Raymond T. STALLARD, b. reg. Q2 1932 at Hartley Wintney R.D.
                5. David L. STALLARD, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Aldershot R.D.
                6. Wendy A. STALLARD, b. reg. Q3 1937 at Aldershot R.D.
                7. Elizabeth M. STALLARD, b. reg. Q1 1940 at Aldershot R.D.
            10. Frederick SERCOMBE, b. ca. Aug 1870 at Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1870 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Oct 1870 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 9 Sep 1899 at St. Peter, Brighton, Sussex, m. reg. Q1 1899 at Brighton R.D., Louisa LIMEBEAR (b. ca. 1869 at Exeter, daughter of William LIMEBEAR [d. by 1899], a hotel manager). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a confectioner's apprentice, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1899, a chef, of the Royal Crescent Hotel, Marine Parade, Brighton; Louisa was of Exeter St. Matthew; the witnesses were C.F. STANDELL, John A. PADY, and Alice SALTER. In 1901, a cook and carver, living at 40 Northumberland Street, Derby, Derbyshire, with his wife Louisa. On 6 Nov 1908, a cook, sailed from Liverpool on the Corsican, in steerage, with his wife Louisa; arrived at Quebec on 14 Nov 1908. On the ship's passenger list, stated that he intended to be a farmer in Canada and was bound for Thedford, Ontario, (where his brother John lived) via the Grand Trunk Railway.
          3. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 27 Apr 1834 at Dunsford, bur. 1 Nov 1835 at Dunsford. At her death in 1835, of Cotley.
          4. Mary Anne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1839 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 17 Mar 1839 privately and 14 Apr 1839 publicly at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1844 at St. THomas R.D., bur. 26 Jan 1844 at Doddiscombsleigh. At her death in 1844, of Perry.
        4. William SERCOMBE, chr. 12 May 1793 at Dunsford, m1. 25 Feb 1821 at St. David, Exeter, Rebekah HODGE, m2. 25 Dec 1825 at All Hallows Goldsmith Street, Exeter, Mary SQUIER or SQUIRES (b. ca. 1787 at Hatherleigh, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1870 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1867 at Exeter R.D. John CLOGG and Mary BEALE witnessed the marriage in 1825. At his daughter's emigration in 1841, a shoemaker. Later in 1841, a shoemaker, living at Garden Square, Exeter, with his wife Mary (a char woman). In 1851, a shoemaker, living at Garden Square, Exeter, with his wife Mary. In 1861, a shoemaker, living in an almshouse in Exeter with his wife Mary.
          1. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 18 Nov 1821, b. reg. at South Street Baptist chapel, Exeter, m. 1843 at the Anglican church, Menaroo, New South Wales, Jeremiah ROGERS. On 4 Feb 1841, a housemaid, of Exeter, arrived in New South Wales as an assisted passenger on the ship Marquis of Hastings.
        5. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 8 Oct 1795 at Dunsford, m. ca. 1849 Mary (b. ca. 1820 in Ireland, m1. O'BRIEN), d. by 1880. In 1850, a farmer with real estate worth $1600, living at Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, with his wife Mary, son G.W., and a stepdaughter. In 1855, living at Wauwatosa. In 1860, a farmer with real estate worth $4000 and personal estate worth $400, living at Wauwatosa with his wife Mary, children Thomas, Edwin, and Margaret, and two stepdaughters. In 1880, Mary was keeping house, living at Wauwatosa with her children Thomas and Margaret, a daughter by her first marriage, and a farm hand.
          1. G.W. SARCOMB (male), b. ca. May 1850 in Wisconsin.
          2. Thomas SERCOMB, b. ca. 1850 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attended school. In 1880, a farmer.
          3. Edwin SERCOMB, b. ca. 1853 in Wisconsin. In 1860, attended school.
          4. Margaret SERCOMBE, b. Sep 1858 in Wisconsin. In 1880, at home. In 1900, living at 424 17th Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, with a stepsister.
        6. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 29 May 1798 at Dunsford, Devon, m. 11 Jun 1823 at Whitestone, Devon, James HALL (d. by 1881). In 1811, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Ann MORTIMER. William DENNIS and Annes HAWKINS witnessed the marriage in 1823. In 1851, a laborer's wife, living at Cowick Street, Exeter, with her mother and three children. In 1881, a laundress.
        7. Robert SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Jan 1801 at Dunsford. In 1808, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to John COLE to work at Beerdown estate. In 1821, an apprentice in the COLES household at New House, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon.
        8. Benjamin SERCOMBE, chr. 1 Sep 1803 at Dunsford. In 1821, an apprentice in the household of John NORRISH (perhaps a relative of his mother) at North Cottley, Dunsford, where his brother George was a yearly servant. Mary DYKE (b. ca. 1806 at Dunsford) was an apprentice in the same household in 1821. In 1827, Benjamin was found by the parish of Dunsford to be "father of Mary DIKE's female bastard" (Mary Ann Sercombe DYCKE, chr. 11 Feb 1827 at Dunsford) and ordered to pay a lump sum of 7 shillings plus 18 pence per week.
      7. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 2 May 1762 at Dunsford, m. 17 Jul 1787 at Dunsford, his first cousin Elizabeth SIRCOMBE, bur. 6 Feb 1830 at Dunsford. In 1821, a laborer, living at Berrycross, Dunsford, with his wife Elizabeth and son Samuel. In 1830, of Berry Cross.
        1. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 7 Jun 1789 at Dunsford, m. 28 Mar 1809 at Dunsford, after banns, William HUTCHINGS (b. ca. 1782 at Moretonhampstead), d. of dropsy 2 Dec 1842 at Bridford. At her marriage in 1809, Mary was of Dunsford; William was of Bridford, Devon, but resident in Dunsford; the witnesses were Mary BULLEY (probably William's sister Mary Louisa HUTCHINGS, who m. 15 Nov 1807 at Bridford, James BOLLEY) and Mary EASTON(?). A his daughter's baptism in 1814, William was a laborer, of Pullins, Dunsford. At his children's baptisms in 1817 and 1820, he was a laborer, of Little Silver, Dunsford. In 1821, Mary was living at Little Silver, Dunsford, with her husband William (a laborer) and their children Mary, Elizabeth, and John. At his son's baptism in 1827, William was a laborer, of Little Silver, Dunsford. At his daughter's baptism in 1829, he was a laborer, of Berry Cross, Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1834, he was a laborer, of Lower Woodland, Bridford. In 1841, Mary was living at Lower Woodland, Bridford, with her husband William (an agricultural laborer) and their children William, Elizabeth, Sarah, and James. At Mary's death in 1842, William was an agricultural laborer; the death was registered by Mary BULLEY of Bridford (probably William's sister). In 1851, William was an agricultural laborer, living at Woodland Cot, Bridford, with his son James. Ancestor of researcher Peter Hutchings.
          1. William HUTCHINGS, chr. 29 Apr 1810 at Dunsford. In 1821, an apprentice in the WILLS household at Coller-bridge, Dunsford. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents.
          2. Mary HUTCHINGS, chr. 4 Sep 1814 at Dunsford, bur. 21 Feb 1861 at Dunsford. In 1821, living with her parents. At her death in 1861, of Bridford.
          3. Elizabeth HUTCHINGS, chr. 5 Oct 1817 at Dunsford. In 1821 and 1841, living with her parents.
          4. John HUTCHINGS, b. ca. 1820 at Dunsford, chr. 14 May 1820 at Dunsford, m. Elizabeth (b. ca. 1821 at South Tawton, Devon). In 1821, living with his parents. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Hedge More, Bridford, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Mary, John, and William.
            1. Mary Jane HUTCHINGS, b. ca. 1844 at Dunsford. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents.
            2. John HUTCHINGS, b. ca. 1846 at Dunsford. In 1851, living with his parents.
            3. William HUTCHINGS, b. ca. 1849 at Bridford. In 1851, living with his parents.
          5. James HUTCHINGS, chr. 16 Sep 1827 at Dunsford, bur 27 Apr 1828 at Dunsford. At his death in 1828, of Little Silver, Dunsford. (Erroneously called John in the burial register.)
          6. Sarah Ann HUTCHINGS, chr. 31 May 1829 at Dunsford. In 1841, living with her parents.
          7. James HUTCHINGS, chr. 20 Apr 1834 at Bridford. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living with his father.
        2. George SERCOMBE, chr. 20 Mar 1791 at Dunsford, m. 9 Feb 1818 at Dunsford, Mary REED (b. ca. 1793, d. reg. Q2 1841 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 29 May 1841 at Dunsford), bur. 24 Jun 1866 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1866 at St. Thomas R.D. Ann CRISPIN witnessed the marriage in 1818. In 1818-19, George was a laborer, of Holeacre, Dunsford. In 1819, he was of Holeacre. In 1821, George was a laborer, living at Simons Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their daughter Mary, and John REED. In 1822-25, a laborer, of Simons, Dunsford. In 1828, a laborer, of Simons Cott, Dunsford. In 1841, Mary was of Butts. In 1844, a laborer. In 1851, a pauper agricultural laborer, lodging with his daughter Mary at Middle Butts, Dunsford, in the household of the parents in law of George SERCOMBE (son of his first cousin Joseph SERCOMBE). In 1861, an agricultural laborer, lodging in the household of his daughter Mary. In 1866, of Butts.
          1. William SERCOMBE, chr. 6 Apr 1818 privately and 22 Apr 1818 publicly at Dunsford, bur. 29 Jun 1819 at Dunsford. At his death in 1819, of Holeacre.
          2. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 8 Nov 1819 at Dunsford, m. 8 Jul 1853 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., John PAYNE (b. ca. 1815 at Bridford, d. by 1891). In 1821, living with her parents. In 1851, a seamstress. In 1861, living at Butts, Dunsford, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer), their sons William, John, and Harry, and her father. In 1871, a seamstress, living at 4 Lesser Whidley, Dunsford, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer) and their sons William, John, Harry, and Frank. At his son's marriage in 1878, John was a laborer. In 1881, living at Butts Village, Dunsford, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer) and their son Frank. In 1891, Mary was a pauper, living with her son Harry.
            1. William SERCOMBE, later William Sercombe PAYNE, b. ca. 1852 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 17 Mar 1852 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1878, a witness at his brother Harry's marriage.
            2. John PAYNE, b. ca. 1854 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents.
            3. Harry PAYNE, b. ca. 1857 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 25 Dec 1878 at Dunsford, m1. reg. Q4 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., his second cousin Beatrice Ellen SERCOMBE, m2. reg. Q4 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary Ann LEE (b. ca. 1844 at Dunsford). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1878, a laborer, of Dunsford. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Butts Village, Dunsford, with his wife Ellen and their daughter Beatrice. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at 2 Bridge Shute, Dunsford, with his wife Mary (a dressmaker), his children Beatrice, Fred, and Walter, and his mother.
              1. Beatrice L. PAYNE, b. ca. 1879 at Dunsford. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother.
              2. Fred PAYNE, b. ca. 1881 at Dunsford. In 1891, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother.
              3. Walter PAYNE, b. ca. 1884 at Dunsford. In 1891, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother.
            4. Frank PAYNE, b. ca. 1862 at Dunsford. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a blacksmith, living with his parents.
            George Sercombe and his wife Elizabeth outside Higher Luscombe Farm, ca. 1890. (Photograph courtesy of their descendant Adrian Thompson.)
          3. George SERCOMBE, chr. 27 Jan 1822 at Dunsford, m. 21 May 1844 at Berry Pomeroy, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1844 at Totnes R.D., Elizabeth BEER (b. ca. 1820 at Ugborough or Berry Pomeroy, Devon, daughter of Henry BEER and Sarah MARTIN, d. reg. Q3 1896 at Kingsbridge R.D), d. reg. Q4 1900 at Kingsbridge R.D. In 1844, George was a laborer, and Elizabeth was a house servant; both were of Berry Pomeroy. Thomas and Mary PUGSLEY witnessed the mariage in 1844. In 1844, 1848, and 1850, George was a laborer, of Cold Harbour, Berry Pomeroy. In 1851, he was an agricultural laborer, living at Coldharbour, Bridgetown, Berry Pomeroy, with his wife Elizabeth and daughters Mary and Sarah. In 1852 and 1854, he was a laborer, of Bridgetown. In May 1856, he was a farmer, of Bridgetown. In Jul 1856, he was of the Bell Inn, Bridgetown. In 1857 and 1859, he was an innkeeper, of Bridgetown. In 1861, a farmer of 100 acres, living at Higher Luscombe, Harberton, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Mary, George, Sarah, Betsy, Ann, Elizabeth, and Eliza, Elizabeth's mother, and two farm servants.In 1866, a farmer, of Lower Luscombe, Belsford, Harberton, Devon. In 1870, a farmer, of Lower Luscombe, Harberton. In 1871, a farmer of 100 acres employing one laborer, living at Luscombe, Harbertonford, Harberton, with his wife Elizabeth, her mother, their children George, Bessy, Elizabeth, Eliza, and John, and an indoor farm servant. At his daughters' marriages in 1872 and 1878, farmer. In 1881, a farmer of 100 acres employing one labourer, living at Higher Luscombe, Harberton, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Eliza and John, their grandson William WILLIS, and two farm servants. At his daughter's marriage in 1886, a farmer. In 1889, a farmer, of Luscombe, Harberton. In 1891, a farmer, living at Higher Luscombe with his wife Elizabeth, children John, Eliza, and Elizabeth, grandson William WILLIS, and two servants. At his daughter Elizabeth's second marriage in 1895, a farmer.
            1. Mary Pugsley SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Berry Pomeroy, b. reg. Q4 1844 at Totnes R.D., chr. 1 Dec 1844 at Berry Pomeroy, m. reg. Q3 1865 at Totnes R.D., John Thomas RENDLE (b. ca. 1836 at Slapton, Devon). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living at Well Farm, Stoke Gabriel, Devon, with her husband John (an agricultural laborer) and their children Sarah, George, Mary, and John. In 1881, living at Turpins Tenements, Harbertonford, with her husband John (a farm laborer) and their children Sarah, George, Mary, John, William, and Elizabeth.
              1. Sarah E. RENDLE, b. ca. 1865 at Stoke Gabriel. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, domestic, living with her parents.
              2. George H. RENDLE, b. ca. 1867 at Stoke Gabriel. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              3. Mary A. RENDLE, b. ca. 1868 at Stoke Gabriel. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
              4. John T. RENDLE, b. ca. Dec 1870 at Stoke Gabriel. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              5. William RENDLE, b. ca. 1872 at Berry Pomeroy. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              6. Elizabeth RENDLE, b. ca. 1875 at Berry Pomeroy. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
            2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Stoke Gabriel, b. reg. Q3 1846 at Totnes R.D., d. reg. Q2 1851 at Totnes R.D., bur. 28 May 1851 at Berry Pomeroy. In 1851, visiting the household of her maternal grandparents at Berry Pomeroy, together with her brother George.
            3. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Bridgetown, Berry Pomeroy, b. reg. Q4 1848 at Totnes R.D., chr. 8 Oct 1848 at Berry Pomeroy, m1. 14 May 1871 at Holy Trinity, Plymouth, m1. reg. Q2 1871 at Plymouth, Ellen Eliza SNELL (b. ca. 1848 at Totnes, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1893 at Totnes R.D.), m2. reg. Q3 1895 at Fulham R.D., Elizabeth SELWOOD (b. ca. 1857 at Baughton or Bampton, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1934 at Surrey North Eastern R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1914 at Chelsea R.D. In 1851, visiting the household of his maternal grandparents at Berry Pomeroy, together with his sister Elizabeth. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a farmer's son, living with his parents. In Apr 1881, a grocer, living at 1 South Street, Totnes, with his wife Ellen, their children George, William, and Ellen, and a general servant. When he registered his son's birth in May 1881, a gardener, of South Street, Totnes. At his daughter's birth in 1883, a gardener, of South Street, Totnes. In 1891, a bus driver, living at South Street, Totnes, with his wife Ellen and their children George, Ellen, and Jessie. In Mar 1901, a builder's carman, living at 25 Freeland Street, Battersea, London, with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Jessie. At his son's marriage in Jul 1901, a carman. At his son's marriage in 1903, a horsekeeper. At his daughter's marriage in 1904, a groom. In 1911, a domestic coachman, living at Prestwood, Ifield, Crawley, Sussex, with his wife Elizabeth.
              1. George Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Totnes, b. reg. Q1 1873 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q2 1896 at Totnes R.D., Florence Annie STABB (b. ca. 1874 at Berry Pomeroy, d. reg. Q4 1944 at Totnes R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1939 at Totnes R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a baker, living with his parents. In 1901, a packer in a jam factory, living at 9 Coldharbour, Totnes, with his wife Florence and their children Ethel and Charles. In 1911, a packer of jam and bottled fruits for a jam manufacturer, living 9 Coldharbour, Bridgetown, Totnes, with his wife Florence and their sons Charles and George.
                1. (stepdaughter) Ethel May STABB, later Ethel May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1892 at Ashburton, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1892 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q1 1966 at Totnes R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a servant in the SKYNNER household at Mount Vernon, Totnes. Known as STABB in 1892, SERCOMBE in 1901, 1911, and 1966.
                  1. Anthony John SERCOMBE, b. Apr 1937 at Totnes, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q1 1966 at Totnes R.D., Sylvia Mary H. PENGILLEY (b. 24 Feb 1943, d. reg. Oct 1996 at Torbay R.D.).
                    1. Paula Jane SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1968 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Sep 1992 at Newton Abbot R.D., Stephen A. WAKEHAM.
                      1. Tom William WAKEHAM, b. reg. Apr 1999 at Torbay R.D.
                      2. Ben James WAKEHAM, b. reg. Oct 2001 at Torbay R.D.
                    2. Yvonne Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1970 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                    3. Claire Denise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1972 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. May 1994 at Teignbridge R.D., Mark A. SMITH.
                    4. Barrie Anthony SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1978 at Torbay R.D., m. reg. Aug 2003 at South Hams R.D., Michelle GABBE. Researcher Barrie Sercombe.
                      1. Leo Anthony SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 2003 at Torbay R.D.
                2. Charles George SERCOMBE, b. 7 Feb 1897 at Totnes, b. reg. Q1 1897 at Totnes R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1916 at Totnes R.D., Florence Winifred CHALCRAFT, div. 1921 (co-respondent George COOKE), m2. reg. Q4 1925 at Kingsbridge R.D., Audrey Elsie E.M. HILL (b. 31 Jul 1901, d. reg. Nov 1988 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Sep 1985 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a dairyman's errand boy, living with his parents.
                  1. Ivor Charles W.H. SERCOMBE, b. 28 May 1926, b. reg. Q3 1926 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q3 1948 at Totnes R.D., Audrey M. KING, d. reg. Q3 1983 at Exeter R.D.
                    1. Colin I. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q3 1972 at Newton Abbot R.D., Jane S. BORRETT.
                      1. Benjamin SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1976 at Torbay R.D.
                      2. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1978 at Torbay R.D.
                    2. Vaughan J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1958 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1979 at Newton Abbot R.D., Margaret A. BALL.
                      1. Lynsey Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1981 at Torbay R.D.
                      2. Daniel Vaughan SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1983 at Torbay R.D.
                3. William Frank Stabb SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1901 at Totnes, b. reg. Q3 1901 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q2 1921 at Plymouth R.D., Beatrice M.M. FOWDON (b. 8 Feb 1896, d. reg. May 1986 at Kingsbridge R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1968 at Kingsbridge R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              2. William Alfred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Totnes, b. reg. Q4 1874 at Totnes R.D., m. 24 Feb 1903 at St. Mark, Battersea, m. reg. Q1 1903 at Wandsworth R.D., Hannah Maude JACOBS (b. ca. 1878 at Coombe Bassett, Wiltshire, daughter of John JACOBS, a labourer, d. reg. Q2 1944 at Wokingham R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1944 at Wokingham R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a groom in the SMITH household at 62 High Street, Totnes. In 1901, a domestic coachman, boarding in the PIPER household at 52 Lots Road, Chelsea, London. At his marriage in 1903, a coachman; he and Hannah were both of 4 North Side, Wandsworth Common; the witnesses were William KIRK and Maud Patience PIPER. In 1911, a domestic gardener, living at Weybrook House Cottage, Sherborne St. John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, with his wife Hannah.
              3. Ellen Eliza SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Totnes, b. reg. Q4 1876 at Totnes R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents.
              4. John SERCOMBE, b. 18 Apr 1881 at South Street, Totnes, b. reg. Q2 1881 at Totnes R.D., m. 1 Jul 1901 at St. Mary and St. Edward, West Hanningfield, near Chelmsford, Essex, m. reg. Q3 1901 at Chelmsford R.D., Elizabeth Ann COOPER (b. ca. 1878 at West Hanningfield, d. reg. Q2 1954 at Chelmsford R.D.; daughter of Samuel COOPER, a laborer), d. reg. Q3 1921 at Chelmsford R.D. (Where in 1891?) In Mar 1901, a general laborer, boarding in the household of William H. COOPER (b. ca. 1854 at West Hanningfield, presumably a relative of his future wife) at 24 Boundary Road, Barking, Essex. At his marriage in Jul 1901, a laborer, of Springfield; Elizabeth was of West Hanningfield; the witnesses were William Henry COOPER and Lydia COOPER. In 1911, a bricklayer's laborer, living at 3 Ivy Terrace, Baddow Road, Great Baddow, Essex, with his (or more likely his wife's) nephew Leonard William ARDLEY (a shop porter, b. ca. 1894 at West Hanningfield); Elizabeth was living in her mother's household at West Hanningfield with her daughter Gladys.
                1. Gladys Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Springfield, Essex, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Chelmsford R.D., m. reg. Q3 1927 at Chelmsford R.D., Frank L. MARSHALL. In 1911, living with her mother.
                  1. Joyce G. MARSHALL, b. reg. Q4 1928 at Chelmsford R.D.
                  2. Audrey F. MARSHALL, b. reg. Q4 1930 at Chelmsford R.D.
                  3. Dennis F. MARSHALL, b. reg. Q4 1934 at Chelmsford R.D.
              5. Ethel Maud SERCOMBE, b. 3 Jan 1883 at South Street, Totnes, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Totnes R.D., m. 29 Oct 1904 at Bobbingworth (= Boringer), Essex, m. reg. Q4 1904 at Ongar R.D., Arthur William HOLT (b. 10 Aug 1884 at Pilgrim's Hatch, Essex, son of Arthur HOLT), d. 6 May 1963 at Chigwell. In 1891, a scholar, living with her aunt Emma and uncle Henry ALLEN at 101 Little Green Lane, Aston, Warwickshire. In 1901, a chocolate m[ixer?], living with her aunt Emma and uncle Henry ALLEN at 101 Little Green Lane, Aston. At her marriage in 1904, of Boringer; Arthur was a horsekeeper, of Boringer. Ancestor of researcher Wendy Debrock.
                1. (perhaps) Leonard Harold SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1902 at Aston R.D., d. reg. Q4 1903 at Chelmsford R.D.
                2. Hilda W. HOLT, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Romford R.D.
                3. John F. HOLT, b. reg. Q4 1915 at Romford R.D.
                4. Olive E. HOLT, b. reg. Q1 1920 at West Ham R.D.
                5. Alice R. HOLT, b. reg. Q3 1922 at West Ham R.D.
                6. Emmeline V. HOLT, b. reg. Q1 1925 at West Ham R.D.
              6. Jessie May SERCOMBE, b. 1 May 1887 at Totnes, b. reg. Q2 1887 at Totnes R.D., m. James David WISEMAN. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father and stepmother. In 1911, a cook in the TROTTER household at 34 Launceston Place, London W. Ancestor of researcher David Wiseman.
            4. Sarah Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1850 at Berry Pomeroy, b. reg. Q4 1850 at Totnes R.D., chr. 20 Oct 1850 at Berry Pomeroy, m. 29 Dec 1886 at St. Matthew Oakley Square, London, m. reg. Q4 1886 at Pancras R.D., Thomas PRATT (b. ca. 1851 at Pimlico, London, m1. and wid. by 1886; son of Joseph Holdsworth PRATT). In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents. (Where in 1871 and 1881?) At her marriage in 1886, of St. Matthew Oakley Square; Thomas was a coachman, of the same parish; the witnesses were William Henry EVEREST and Eleanor ADKINS. In 1891, living at 3 Star Road, Fulham, London, with her husband Thomas (a horsekeeper), her stepdaughters Mary and Florence, her daughters Maud and Elizabeth, and three boarders.
              1. Mary PRATT, b. ca. 1878 at Hoxton, London. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              2. Florence PRATT, b. ca. 1882 at Hoxton. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              3. Maud PRATT, b. ca. 1887 at Islington, London. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
              4. Elizabeth PRATT, b. ca. 1889 at Fulham. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
            5. Betsy or Bessie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1852 at Totnes R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1852 at Berry Pomeroy, m. 15 Nov 1872 at Harberton, m. reg. Q4 1872 at Totnes R.D., John Godbeer MATTHEWS (m1. unknown, wid. by 1872, son of William MATTHEWS, a laborer). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a farmer's daughter, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1872, of Harbertonford; John was a laborer, also of Harbertonford; the witnesses were George SERCOMBE (her father or brother) and Ann SERCOMBE (her sister).
            6. Ann Martin SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1854 at Totnes R.D., chr. 22 Oct 1854 at Berry Pomeroy, m. 30 Jan 1878 at Harberton, m. reg. Q1 1878 at Totnes R.D., Charles John BRAGG (b. ca. 1850, son of James Clapp BRAGG, a carpenter). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a servant in the MAYPEE household at Whimple, Devon. At her marriage in 1878, of Luscombe, Harberton; Charles was a letter carrier, of Paignton; the witnesses were Eliza SERCOMBE (her younger sister) and John RENDLE. Ancestor of researcher Adrian Thompson.
            7. John Beer SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1856 at Totnes R.D., chr. 26 May 1856 at Berry Pomeroy, d. reg. Q3 1856 at Totnes R.D., bur. 20 Jul 1856 at Berry Pomeroy aged 10 weeks.
            8. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1857 at Totnes R.D., chr. 26 Jul 1857 at Berry Pomeroy, m. reg. Q1 1877 at Totnes R.D., William Heard or Hern WILLIS (b. ca. 1855, d. reg. Q3 1888 at Totnes R.D.), m2. 2 Jun 1895 at St. Andrew, Fulham, London, Thomas Philip MARCH (b. ca. 1866, son of Philip MARCH, a gardener). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a domestic servant in the PALK household at 36 Warner Street, Paignton, Devon (where was William?). In 1891, living with her parents. At her second marriage in 1895, of 3 Star Road, Fulham; Thomas was a tailor, also of 3 Star Road; the witnesses were S. PRATT and M. PRATT.
              1. William Hearne WILLIS, b. ca. 1877 at Totnes, b. reg. Q4 1877 at Totnes R.D., m. ca. 1907 Paulina (b. ca. 1883 at South Molton, Devon). In 1881, a scholar, living with his mother's parents. In 1891, a farm servant, living with his mother and her parents. In 1901, a farmer, living with his mother's sister Eliza. In 1911, a farmer, living at Barnsdale Farm, Blackawton, Devon, with his wife Paulina, their son William, his mother's sister Eliza, and a boarder.
                1. William George WILLIS, b. ca. 1909 at Blackawton. In 1911, living with his parents.
            9. Eliza SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1859 at Totnes R.D., chr. 7 Aug 1859 at Berry Pomeroy, d. reg. Q2 1921 at Kingsbridge R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living on her own means at Oldstone Farm, Blackawton, with her sister Elizabeth's son William WILLIS. In 1911, living with her sister Elizabeth's son William WILLIS.
            10. John Beer SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1862 at Harberton or Harbertonford or Berry, b. reg. Q1 1862 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q1 1892 at Totnes R.D., Helen Maria HAYWARD (b. ca. 1855 at Paignton, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1927 at Totnes R.D., bur. 24 Nov 1927 at Collaton St. Mary, Devon), d. reg. Q4 1934 at Totnes R.D., bur. 28 Dec 1934 at Collaton St. Mary. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a farmer's assistant, living with his parents. In 1901, a farmer, blind in one eye, living at Washwalk Farm, Blackawton, with his wife Helen, their children Helen, Myra, Francis, and George, a servant horseman, and visitor John WHITE (a shepherd, b. ca. 1880 at Weachcombe, Devon -- perhaps Witchcombe Farm in Ugborough?). In 1911, a farmer, living at Washwalk, Blackawton, with his wife Helen and their children Elizabeth, Myra, Francis, and George. At his son's death in 1916, of Lower Yalberton Farm, Paignton. At her death in 1927, Helen was of Lower Yalberton. At his death in 1934, John was also of Lower Yalberton.
              1. Helen Elizabeth or Elizabeth Helen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Blackawton, b. reg. Q2 1893 at Kingsbridge R.D., m. reg. Q1 1920 at Kingsbridge R.D., Edward B. MADDOCK. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at home, living with her parents.
                1. Francis E. MADDOCK, b. reg. Q3 1921 at Totnes R.D.
              2. Myra SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Blackawton, b. reg. Q1 1895 at Kingsbridge R.D., m. reg. Q2 1924 at Totnes R.D., John H. EFFORD. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at home, living with her parents.
                1. Francis W. EFFORD, b. reg. Q1 1925 at Kingsbridge R.D.
                2. Betty EFFORD, b. reg. Q1 1930 at Totnes R.D.
              3. Francis John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1896 at Blackawton, b. reg. Q1 1896 at Kingsbridge R.D., d. 6 Sep 1916. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, working on the farm, living with his parents. At his death in 1916, a private in the 9th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Memorial at Thiepval, Somme, France.
              4. George Henry SERCOMBE, b. 8 Jun 1897 at Blackawton, b. reg. Q3 1897 at Kingsbridge R.D., d. reg. Feb 1984 at Tavistock R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, working on the farm, living with his parents.
          4. John Reed SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Aug 1825 at Dunsford, m. 26 May 1853 at St. Saviour, Dartmouth, Devon, by licence, m. reg. Q2 1853 at Totnes R.D., Elizabeth Grace TOOLEY (b. ca. 1828 at Totnes, drowned Jan 1866), drowned Jan 1866. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, visiting his brother George. In 1853, a yeoman; both John and Elizabeth were of Dartmouth St. Saviour. The marriage in 1853 was witnessed by Robert and Susan TOOLEY, probably Elizabeth's parents. In Mar 1856, Elizabeth left Victoria, Australia, on the ship Mermaid, bound for Liverpool. Elizabeth m2. reg. Q1 1861 at Plymouth R.D., Joseph CAPPER (b. ca. 1828 at Chester, Cheshire) and in 1861 she was living at Plymouth with Joseph (a seaman in the Royal Navy). But John subsequently reappeared and set out to take his family back to Australia, for in Jan 1866 he and Elizabeth and their children Ellen, George, and Henry were among the more than 200 passengers and crew drowned in the wreck of the S.S. London, bound from Plymouth to Australia, which sank in bad weather in the Bay of Biscay. (See The Times, 18 Jan 1866.)
            1. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. 22 Mar 1854 at Adelaide, South Australia, drowned Jan 1866. In 1861, living in the household of her maternal grandparents, Robert and Susanna TOOLEY, at 22 Green Street, Charles Ward, Plymouth, Devon, together with her brothers George and Henry.
            2. George SERCOMBE, b. 1855 at Ballarat, Victoria, drowned Jan 1866. In 1861, living with his maternal grandparents.
            3. Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Plymouth, drowned Jan 1866. In 1861, living with his maternal grandparents.
          5. William SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Feb 1828 at Dunsford, bur. 21 Apr 1839 at Dunsford. In 1839, of Dandyland.
        3. William SERCOMBE, chr. 3 Mar 1793 at Dunsford, m. 16 Dec 1832 at Dunsford, Sarah HELLIER (b. ca. 1810, bur. 17 Mar 1833 at Dunsford), d. reg. Q1 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 17 Mar 1853 at Dunsford. In 1821, a butcher's servant by the year in the HELLIER household at Higher Court, Dunsford. (Sarah, daughter of William's employer in 1821, was his future wife.) George BOND and John BATTING witnessed the marriage in 1832. At his son's baptism in 1833, a laborer, of Berry Cross, Dunsford. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at Berry Cross, Dunsford. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, lodging in the household of James WEDLAKE and his wife Susanna SERCOMBE (his second cousin once removed). At his burial in 1853, of the County Lunatic Asylum at Exminster, Devon. Relative of researcher Russell Hellier.
          1. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 17 Mar 1833 at Dunsford (on the same day his mother was buried), m. 17 Dec 1864 at Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia, Erskine Wallace NEILSON or NELSON (chr. 28 May 1843 at Cupar, Fife, d. 1919 at Canongate, Midlothian; daughter of John NELSON of Cupar), d. 1890 at Forgan, Fife. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living in the household of his uncle Joseph HILL (farmer, b. ca. 1811 at Lustleigh, Devon) and aunt Ann (b. ca. 1808 at Dunsford), at Daccombe, Coffinswell, Devon. From ca. 1866 to ca. 1878, a butcher at the Pierhead, Newport, Fife. In 1871, a butcher employing one man, living at Seacraig Cottages, King Street, Newport, Forgan parish, Fife, with his wife Erskine, her mother, and their children Elizabeth, William, Sarah, and Erskine. In 1874 bought a house in Maryfield Terrace, Newport; sold it again in 1879 and became a farmer. In 1881, a farmer of 464 acres (200 arable), employing five men and a woman, living at Morton Farmhouse, Forgan, with his wife Erskine, her mother, their children Elizabeth, William, Sarah, Erskine, Agnes, Alice, and Samuel, and a servant. Will registered at Cupar, 25 Feb 1890. In 1891, his widow Erskine was a farmer, living at Morton with her mother and children Elizabeth, Sarah, Erskine, Agnes, Alice, and Samuel. In 1901, Erskine was a domestic nurse, living at 22 Bruntsfield Gardens, Morningside, Edinburgh, with a lodger.
            1. Elizabeth Philp SERCOMBE, b. 23 Sep 1865 at Leuchars, Fife, m. 1901 at Monifieth, Angus, George MILLER. In 1871, 1881, and 1891, living with her parents.
            2. William Cameron SERCOMBE, b. 18 Apr 1867 at Forgan, m. 1890 in Victoria, Susan Maude CURRIE (b. ca. 1864 at Frankston, Victoria, d. 1945 at Caulfield, Victoria, daughter of John CURRIE and Susan GARDINER), d. 1910 at Malvern, Victoria. In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
              1. Alice Evelyn SERCOMBE, b. 1891 at Armadale, Victoria, d. 1912 at Caulfield.
              2. Dorothy Pearl SERCOMBE, b. 1892 at Armadale, d. 1981 at Melbourne, Victoria.
              3. Sarah Fraser SERCOMBE, b. 1896 at Armadale, d. 1958 at Melbourne.
            3. Sarah Ann SERCOMBE, b. 20 Jan 1869 at Newport. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a teacher, living with her parents. In 1901, a hospital nurse, living in an institution (presumably a hospital) at St. Nicholas, Aberdeenshire, together with her sister Alison.
            4. Erskine SERCOMBE, b. 4 Jan 1871 at Newport, m. 1897 at Old Machar, Aberdeenshire, Charles NICHOLSON. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents.
            5. Agnes Nicholson SERCOMBE, b. 10 Feb 1873 at Newport. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a housekeeper in the IRELAND household at Whythouse Avenue, Kirkcaldy, Fife.
            6. Alison Joann "Alice" "Lilice" SERCOMBE, b. 1875 at Newport. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a hospital nurse, living in an institution (presumably a hospital) at St. Nicholas, Aberdeenshire, together with her sister Sarah.
            7. Samuel "Sam" Nelson SERCOMBE, b. 1876 at Newport, m. 24 Aug 1903 at Pretoria, South Africa, Annette BOWYER (daughter of J. BOWYER, J.P., of Cheshire, m1. Freeman WALLIS, a solicitor, wid. by 1903). In 1881 and 1891, living with his parents. Fought in the Boer War as a trooper in the 75th Company of the 18th Battalion of the Imperial Yeomanry. Possibly the Nelson SERCOMBE, architect, of 10 Bayswater Chambers, Aliwal Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa, who applied on 6 Jul 1937 for a U.K. patent for improvements in building construction. (Or could that be Sam's son?)
            8. (probably) Hellier SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1877 at Newport. In 1911, a hospital-trained sick nurse (for Hull Nursing Home) in the WINSTANLEY household at 14 York Road, Beverley, Yorkshire.
            9. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. 1879 at Forgan.
        4. John SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Mar 1795 at Dunsford, m. 26 Dec 1820 at Dunsford, Ann HILL (b. ca. 1791, d. reg. Q4 1841, bur. 20 Oct 1841 at Dunsford), d. reg. Q2 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 11 Apr 1869 at Dunsford. In 1820, John's marriage was witnessed by William SERCOMBE, probably his older brother, and John PRICKMAN. In 1820, John was a laborer. In May 1821, he was a laborer, living at Hole-Acre, Dunsford, with his wife Ann. In Nov 1821, he was a laborer, of Holeacre, Dunsford. In 1824, a laborer, of Butts, Dunsford. In 1827-30, a laborer, of Lower Butts. In 1832-35, a laborer, of Butts. In 1841, Ann was of Butts. In 1843, a laborer. In 1851, a farm laborer, "inmate" in the WRIGHT household at South Down Cot, Dunsford. In 1854, a husbandman. At his son's marriage in 1860, a laborer. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, boarding with his daughter Elizabeth at Shillingford Cot, Shillingford, Devon. In 1869, of Dunsford.
          1. John SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Nov 1821 at Dunsford, m. 17 May 1843 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary Ann Towel LASKEY (formerly Mary Ann Laskey TOWELL, illegitimate daughter of Jonathan LASKEY and Mary TOWELL; b. ca. 1817 at Drewsteignton, Devon, chr. 15 Mar 1818 at Drewsteignton, d. reg. Q1 1904 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1893 at St. Thomas R.D. At his marriage in May 1843, a laborer; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (presumably his father) and William SERCOMBE (perhaps his brother). At his son's baptism in Dec 1843, a laborer, of Dunsford. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Big Port, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children John, William, Susan, and Mary. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Dunsford village with his wife Mary and their children James, Samuel, Joseph, Francis, and Frederick. In 1867-1870, a sexton. In Apr 1871, a farm labourer and sexton, living at 2 Symonds Cott, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their son George. In Jul 1871, a farm laborer. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Brimblecombes Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their sons Joseph and Fred. In 1891, a pauper, living at 1 Breton Street, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their sons George (described as a "boarder") and Fred, and another boarder. In 1901, Mary was living with her son Fred.
            1. (stepson) George LASKEY, b. ca. 1841 at Cheriton Bishop, Devon, chr. 21 Mar 1841 at Cheriton Bishop. Reputed father: William BROWN, labourer, of South Bovey. In 1851, a farmer's apprentice in the PHILLIPS household at Boyland, Dunsford. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, apprentice in the PHILLIPS household at Boyland Farm, Dunsford. In 1871, a farm labourer, living with his mother and stepfather (enumerated as George SERCOMBE). (Where in 1881?) In 1891, an agricultural laborer, boarding with his mother and stepfather.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 31 Dec 1843 at Dunsford, m. 2 Dec 1869 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary BOLT (daughter of John BOLT; b. ca. 1845 at Tedburn St. Mary or Holcombe Burnell or Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1923 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1930 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, an agricultural servant in the TAVENER household at Moor Farm, Dunsford. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living at All Acre Cott No. 2, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their daughter Emily. At his son's baptism in 1874, of Holeacre, Dunsford. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at East Down, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their children Emily, Alice, Walter, George, Frank, and Fred, and his wife's brother John. At his children's baptisms in 1885 and 1888, of Eastdown, Dunsford. In 1891, a farm laborer, living at East Down, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children Emily, Fred, Lucy, Bessie, and Sidney. At his daughter's marriage in 1896, a laborer. In Mar 1901, an ordinary agricultural laborer, living at Britten Street, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their children Alice, George, Bessie, and Sydney, and their granddaughter Edith. At his children's marriages in Oct 1901 and 1909, a laborer. In Apr 1911, a farm laborer, living at Brownings Cottage, Britton Street, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their children Alice, Fred, and Sidney, and their granddaughter Edith. At his son's marriage in Dec 1911, a laborer.
              1. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. Aug 1870 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1870 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 4 Sep 1870 at Dunsford, m. 17 Sep 1896 at St. Paul, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1896 at Exeter R.D., Alfred John BOLT (b. ca. 1867 at Spreyton or Exeter, son of John BOLT, a haulier). In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general servant, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1896, of the precinct of Bradninch; Alfred was a plumber, of Rowberrow, Somerset; the witnesses were Walter John SERCOMBE and Alice SERCOMBE. In 1901, living at 12 Ryde Road, Knowle, Bristol, Gloucestershire, with her husband Alfred (a plumber) and their daughters Winifred and Ethel. In 1911, living at 23 Redcatch Lane, Knowle, with her husband Alfred (a plumber) and their children Winifred, Ethel, Edith, Alfred, Norah, and Charles. Moved to London ca. 1911.
                1. Winifred Alice BOLT, b. ca. 1897 at Knowle. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                2. Ethel Mary BOLT, b. ca. 1899 at Knowle. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                3. Edith Emily BOLT, b. ca. 1901 at Bristol. In 1911, living with her parents.
                4. Alfred John BOLT, b. ca. 1904 at Bristol. In 1911, living with his parents.
                5. Norah Lucy Elizabeth BOLT, b. ca. 1906 at Bristol. In 1911, living with her parents.
                6. Charles Frederick George BOLT, b. ca. 1908 at Bristol. In 1911, living with his parents.
              2. Alice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 19 May 1872 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1958 at Wood Green R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant in the GIBBINGS household at Landsend Farm, Colebrooke, Devon. In 1901, a general domestic servant, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her parents. Moved to London ca. 1911.
                1. (probably) Edith Emily B. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Plymouth, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1898 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1926 at Edmonton R.D., Henry L. HILL. In 1901, living with her grandparents. In 1911, at school, living with her grandparents.
              3. Walter John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 3 May 1874 at Dunsford, m. 2 Dec 1911 at St. Matthew, Upper Clapton, Hackney, London, m. reg. Q4 1911 at Hackney R.D., Janet Polson McLENNAN (b. ca. 1883, daughter of William McLENNAN, a coach painter, d. reg. Q3 1967 at Holsworthy R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1931 at Hackney R.D., bur. 27 Mar 1931 in Abney Park Cemetery, London. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a farm servant in the SHORT household (with his brother Frank) at Clifford Barton, Dunsford. In 1901, a train conductor, boarding in the POOKE household at 70 Southwold Road, Hackney, London. In Apr 1911, a tram conductor for the London County Council, boarding at 11 Bakers Hill, Upper Clapton, London. At his marriage in Dec 1911, a train conductor, of 10 Bakers Hill; Janet was also of 10 Bakers Hill; the witnesses were E.M. HELLICAR and L.R. BOTTEN. At his death in 1931, of 62 Geldeston Road, Clapton, London.
                1. Ivy J. McL. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1914 at Hackney R.D., m. reg. Q3 1939 at Hackney R.D., Lancelot C. BELLERBY.
              4. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 8 Oct 1901 at Alphington, m. reg. Q4 1901 at St. Thomas R.D., Beatrice Susan BERRY (daughter of William BERRY, a laborer; b. ca. 1878 at Exwick, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1958 at Devon Central R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1957 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a cow boy in the WILLS household at Corridge Farm, Dunsford. In Mar 1901, a carter on a farm, living with his parents. At his marriage in Oct 1901, a laborer on the railway, of Alphington; Beatrice was also of Alphington; the witnesses were Lucy SERCOMBE (George's younger sister) and Caroline BERRY. At his son's birth in 1902, a farm laborer; Beatrice was of Upperton, Dunsford. In 1911, a waggoner on a farm, living at Tedburn St. Mary with his wife Beatrice and their children William, Eva, Edith, and Beatrice.
                1. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 8 Jul 1902 at Upperton, Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1929 at Crediton R.D., Dorothy Muriel BIRD (b. 22 Mar 1904, b. reg. Q2 1904 at Honiton R.D., d. reg. Mar 1992 at Mid Devon R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1980 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Eva Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1904 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1904 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1927 at Crediton R.D., Albert J. BASSETT. In 1911, living with her parents.
                  1. Dawn M. BASSETT, b. reg. Q3 1934 at St. Thomas R.D.
                3. Edith Ruth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1933 at Crediton R.D., Reginald GLOVER. In 1911, living with her parents.
                  1. Joan M. GLOVER, b. reg. Q3 1936 at Devon Central R.D.
                4. Beatrice Alice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Tedburn St. Mary, b. reg. Q4 1908 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1935 at Crediton R.D., Frederick R. HOSGOOD. In 1911, living with her parents.
              5. Frank SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 24 Feb 1878 at Dunsford, m. 6 Nov 1901 at Payhembury, Devon, m. reg. Q4 1901 at Honiton R.D., Ellen DUNN (b. ca. 1880 at Broadclyst, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1933 at Crediton R.D.; daughter of Robert DUNN, a laborer), d. reg. Q4 1954 at Tiverton R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a farm servant in the SHORT household (with his brother Walter) at Clifford Barton, Dunsford. In 1901, a carter on a farm, boarding in the MARKER household in the village of Payhembury. At his marriage later in 1901, a laborer, of Payhembury; Ellen was of Broadclyst; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (probably his father) and Edith FRENCH. At his daughter's baptism in 1902, a laborer. In 1911, a dairyman cow keeper, living at Pagams, Sandford, Devon, with his wife Ellen and their children Lucy, Stanley, Alice, and George.
                1. Lucy Florence May SERCOMBE, b. 25 Mar 1902 at Payhembury, b. reg. Q2 1902 at Honiton R.D., chr. 11 May 1902 at Payhembury, m. reg. Q2 1938 at Devon Central R.D., Albert H.P. EVELY. In 1911, living with her parents.
                2. Stanley Francis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1905 at Poughill, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1905 at Crediton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1939 at Devon Central R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                3. Alice Maud M. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1907 at Poughill, b. reg. Q1 1907 at Crediton R.D., m. 1934 at the Register Office, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, m. reg. Q2 1934 at Cheltenham R.D., Herbert E. SHORT. In 1911, living with her parents.
                4. George Frederick J. SERCOMBE, b. 31 Dec 1910 at Sandford, b. reg. Q1 1911 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1940 at Devon Central R.D., Lily HOLWILL, d. reg. Jul 2003 at Teignbridge R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                  1. Gerald K. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1942 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q4 1970 at Devon Central R.D., Margaret A. VICARY.
                  2. Stanley J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1949 at Devon Central R.D.
                5. Sidney Frank SERCOMBE, b. 20 Mar 1920, b. reg. Q2 1920 at Crediton R.D. Ancestor of researcher Michael Sercombe.
                6. Walter Leonard SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1923 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1944 at Exeter R.D., Mary C. AHEARN or AHERN.
                  1. Violet J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1946 at Devon Central R.D.
                  2. Bridget M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1948 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q1 1974 at Tiverton R.D., Michael B. WEEDON.
                    1. Shaun Arthur D. WEEDON, b. reg. Q3 1977 at Tiverton R.D.
                    2. Michael Nicholas WEEDON, b. reg. Q1 1979 at Mid Devon R.D.
                    3. Kathryn Marie WEEDON, b. reg. Jan 1984 at Mid Devon R.D.
              6. Fred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1880 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 27 Jun 1880 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1918 at St. Thomas R.D., Florence Mary WILLS (b. 20 Aug 1888, d. reg. Q4 1973 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1953 at Devon Central R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a farm horseman in the HILL household at Smalridge Farm, Moretonhampstead. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his parents. At his son's death in 1944, of Longdown, Devon.
                1. Frederick John "Jack" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1918 at St. Thomas R.D., d. 6 Feb 1944, bur. at Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Hautot-sur-mer, Seine-Maritime, France. Attended Hele's School, Exeter, on a scholarship. At his death in 1944, a flight lieutenant navigator/bomber in the 21st Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
                2. Mary E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1920 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1941 at Devon Central R.D., Stafford W. NORTHCOTT.
                  1. Rodney K. NORTHCOTT, b. reg. Q2 1942 at Devon Central R.D.
                  2. Marian C. NORTHCOTT, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Devon Central R.D.
                  3. Kathleen E. NORTHCOTT, b. reg. Q1 1947 at Devon Central R.D.
                  4. Kevin E. NORTHCOTT, b. reg. Q1 1947 at Devon Central R.D.
                  5. Christine M. NORTHCOTT, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Devon Central R.D.
                3. Kenneth F. "Kenny" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1922 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1927 at St. Thomas R.D.
                4. Winifred Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1924 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1944 at Devon Central R.D., Fernleigh W. CLARK.
                  1. Sandra A. CLARK, b. reg. Q3 1950 at Devon Central R.D.
                  2. Richard J. CLARK, b. reg. Q2 1953 at Devon Central R.D.
                5. Stanley Walter SERCOMBE, b. 8 Mar 1927, b. reg. Q2 1927 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1949 at Exeter R.D., Joyce M. OUSLEY, d. reg. Oct 2002 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Graham J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1954 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1979 at Exeter R.D., Jill E. BARTON.
                    1. Christopher John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1981 at Taunton Deane R.D.
                    2. Daniel James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Dec 1985 at Winchester R.D.
                  2. Carolyn J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1961 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1983 at Exeter R.D., George C.W. MELDON.
                    1. Luke Warren MELDON, b. reg. Aug 1985 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Dean Charles MELDON, b. reg. Dec 1988 at Exeter R.D.
                    3. Joshua Scott MELDON, b. reg. Dec 1991 at Exeter R.D.
                6. Gladys A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1929 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1953 at Devon Central R.D., Charles W.K. HUTTON.
                  1. Joy HUTTON, b. reg. Q1 1957 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Lyn HUTTON, b. reg. Q1 1957 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Susan HUTTON, b. reg. Q1 1957 at Exeter R.D. Researcher Sue Russell.
              7. Lucy SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1916 at Kensington R.D., William R. HOLTON. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a cook at the Rectory, Bridford. In 1911, a cook in the EELES household at 22 Hawthorn Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.
                1. Lucy M. HOLTON, b. reg. Q1 1917 at Hammersmith R.D.
                2. Marjorie A. HOLTON, b. reg. Q4 1918 at Hammersmith R.D.
                3. Richard J. HOLTON, b. reg. Q2 1921 at Hammersmith R.D.
              8. Bessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 2 Aug 1885 at Dunsford, m. 30 Jun 1909 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., Charles Ernest DAVEY (b. ca. 1882 at St. Germans, Cornwall, son of John Charles DAVEY, a farmer). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1909, of Dunsford; Charles was a blacksmith, of Midhurst, Sussex; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE and Fred SERCOMBE. In 1911, living at Midhurst with her husband Charles (an engineer and smith).
              9. Sidney SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 15 Jul 1888 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1921 at Crediton R.D., Florence EVELY (b. 5 Mar 1896, d. 23 Feb 1971, d. reg. Q1 1971 at Newton Abbot R.D., bur. at Dunsford), d. reg. Q4 1953 at Exeter R.D., d. 21 Nov 1953, bur. at Dunsford with his wife Florence. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his parents.
                1. Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1921 at St. Thomas R.D.
            3. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1847 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 23 May 1847 at Dunsford, m. 1 Jul 1871 at the Register Office, Plymouth, m1. reg. Q3 1871 at Plymouth R.D., Sarah Ann YOULDON (daughter of Philip YOULDON, a merchant seaman; b. ca. 1850 at Kingsbridge, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 23 Jan 1888 at Dunsford), m2. 27 Nov 1898 at Dunsford, m2. reg. Q4 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., Jane LAMBELL (daughter of Thomas LAMBELL, a butcher; b. ca. 1840 at Chudleigh, Devon, m1. ROSE). In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, apprentice in the DICKER household at All Lands, Dunsford. In Apr 1871, a carrier, boarding in the SKELTON household at Lower Street, Callington, Cornwall. At his marriage in Jul 1871, a van driver; he and Sarah were both of 15 Finewell Street, Plymouth; the marriage was witnessed by William COLE and Ann YOULDON. In 1874, a wagoner; Sarah Ann was of Back Lane, Callington. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Holeacre Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Sarah and their children Cornelius, Emma, Bertha, and Ellen. At his daughter's birth in 1882, a farm laborer; Sarah Ann was of Dunsford. At his children's baptisms in 1883 and 1885, of Holeacre, Dunsford. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at Holeacre, Dunsford, with his children Emma, Ellen, Bessie, and William. At his daughter's marriage in Jul 1898, a laborer. At his second marriage in Nov 1898, a laborer, of Dunsford. In 1901, a general laborer, living at Cambsland Lodge, Dunsford, with his wife Jane. In 1911, a domestic gardener, living at Fulford Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Jane.
              1. Cornelius SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Callington, b. reg. Q2 1872 at Liskeard R.D., m. 26 Jun 1901 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1901 at St. Thomas R.D., Maud Mary ANDREWS (b. ca. 1878 at Coldridge, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1953 at Devon Central R.D.; daughter of George ANDREWS, a laborer), d. reg. Q4 1936 at Devon Central R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a blacksmith, boarding in the PUDDICOMBE household at Oak Cottage, Dunsford. In Mar 1901, a roadman, boarding in the HEALE household at Rowhorn Farm, Newton St. Cyres, Devon. At his marriage in Jun 1901, a laborer of Dunsford. Witnessed the marriage of his sister Bessie in 1908. In 1911, a general laborer, living at Camsland Lodge, Dunsford, with his wife Maud and their children Alfred, Beatrice, William, and Bessie. At his son's marriage in 1930, a road laborer for the Devon County Council.
                1. Alfred Ross SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Whitestone, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1942 at Devon Central R.D., Dora Violet WILLS (b. 15 Feb 1909, b. reg. Q1 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Aug 1993 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1960 at Devon Central R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Beatrice Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1904 at Whitestone, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1904 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at St. Thomas R.D., William F. HINDE. In 1911, living with her parents.
                3. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Whitestone, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 21 Apr 1930 at the Christian Brethren Room, Bridford Mills, Bridford, m. reg. Q2 1930 at St. Thomas R.D., Olive Mary PARTRIDGE (b. reg. Q2 1906 at St. Thomas R.D.; daughter of George PARTRIDGE, a smallholder, and sister in law of William's fourth cousin once removed William SERCOMBE), d. reg. Q3 1966 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1930, a farm laborer, of Court Cottage, Dunsford; Olive was of Swannaford, Dunsford; the witnesses were S.T. SERCOMBE (William's brother Samuel), G. PARTRIDGE (probably Olive's father), and K.F. TONKIN. Relative of researcher David Marshall.
                  1. Phyllis M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1931 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1957 at Newton Abbot R.D., Gilbert S. TULLY.
                    1. Gilbert S.R. TULLY, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Vanessa M.E. TULLY, b. reg. Q3 1965 at Exeter R.D.
                    3. Philippa Catherine M. TULLY, b. reg. Q1 1970 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Eileen M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1932 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1953 at Devon Central R.D., Arthur J.G. HARVEY.
                  3. Alan G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1956 at Newton Abbot R.D., Sheila M. PAIN.
                    1. Colin G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1957 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Apr 1993 at Newport R.D., Leanne E. SAUNDERS.
                      1. Grace Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Oct 1997 at Cardiff R.D.
                      2. Chloe Olivia SERCOMBE, b. reg. Apr 2000 at Cardiff R.D.
                      3. Liliana Morgan SERCOMBE, b. reg. Sep 2003 at Windsor and Maidenhead R.D.
                    2. Trevor J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1958 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Sep 1991 at Plymouth R.D., Heather J. DORE.
                    3. Hazel Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Redruth R.D., m. reg. Apr 1996 at Sutton R.D., John W. BENNETT.
                      1. Elijah John BENNETT, b. reg. Oct 1997 at Torbay R.D.
                      2. Megan Alexandra BENNETT, b. reg. Oct 1997 at Torbay R.D.
                      3. Ellie-Rose BENNETT, b. reg. Jan 1999 at Torbay R.D.
                  4. Esme O. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1938 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q3 1982 at Exeter R.D., Alan E. WEBSTER.
                  5. Elsie A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1942 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q1 1965 at Devon Central R.D., Harold J. KEAST.
                    1. Linda Mary KEAST, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Okehampton R.D.
                    2. David William KEAST, b. reg. Q2 1967 at Devon Central R.D.
                    3. Jonathan Harold KEAST, b. reg. Q3 1970 at Devon Central R.D.
                  6. Pamela J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1944 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q3 1969 at Exeter R.D., Andrew J. DOWN.
                    1. Jane Elizabeth DOWN, b. reg. Q3 1970 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Louise Anne DOWN, b. reg. Q2 1972 at Devon Central R.D.
                    3. Sarah Joyce DOWN, b. reg. Q4 1976 at Exeter R.D.
                4. Bessie Evelyn SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1946 at Exeter R.D., Cyril POPE. In 1911, living with her parents.
                5. Samuel Thomas SERCOMBE, b. 28 Sep 1911, b. reg. Q4 1911 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1941 at Kingswood R.D., Rubina SHEPPARD (b. 18 Oct 1917, d. reg. Nov 2000 at South Gloucestershire R.D.), d. reg. Apr 1985 at Bristol R.D.
                  1. David Thomas SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jun 1942, b. reg. Q2 1942 at Bristol R.D., d. reg. Q1 1973 at Sodbury R.D.
                  2. Kathleen L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1946 at Bristol R.D., m. reg. Q1 1965 at Bristol R.D., Malcolm L. HUGHES.
                    1. Andrea Lorna HUGHES, b. reg. Q1 1973 at Bristol R.D.
                6. Emily SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1917 at St. Thomas R.D.
              2. Emma SERCOMBE, b. 7 Mar 1874 at Back Lane, Callington, b. reg. Q3 1874 at Liskeard R.D., m. 10 Jul 1898 at Chudleigh, Devon, m. reg. Q3 1898 at Newton Abbot R.D., Sydney John WILLS (b. ca. 1875 at Chudleigh, son of John WILLS). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a housekeeper, living with her father. At her marriage in 1898, of Chudleigh; Sydney was a laborer, of Chudleigh. In 1901, living at Fore Street, Kingsteignton, Devon, with her husband Sydney (a domestic coachman) and her sister Ellen. In 1911, living at Pottery Lane, Chudleigh, with her husband Sidney, their children Sydney, Bertha, William, Harold, Cecil, and Vera, and her lodging brother William. Ancestor of researcher Carol Stones.
                1. Sydney WILLS, b. ca. 1901 at Kingsteignton. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                2. Bertha WILLS, b. ca. 1903 at Chudleigh. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                3. William WILLS, b. ca. 1904 at Chudleigh. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                4. Harold WILLS, b. ca. 1907 at Chudleigh. In 1911, living with his parents.
                5. Cecil WILLS, b. ca. 1909 at Chudleigh. In 1911, living with his parents.
                6. Vera WILLS, b. ca. Jun 1910 at Chudleigh. In 1911, living with her parents.
                7. Three more children, d. by 1911.
              3. Bertha SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Callington, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Liskeard R.D., chr. 7 Mar 1883 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1910 at St. Thomas R.D., George W. GREGORY, widower of her first cousin Alice SERCOMBE. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a servant in the SHEARS household at Burnwell Farm, Dunsford. In 1901, a servant in the BROWN household at Barton Hall, Kingskerswell, Devon. In 1911, living with her husband and stepchildren.
              4. Ellen Matilda SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1880 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 4 Jan 1880 at Dunsford, m. 5 Jul 1919 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1919 at St. Thomas R.D., Walter Frank CLEAVE (b. ca. 1893). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her father. In 1901, a domestic servant, living with her sister Emma. In 1911, a housemaid in the GUNDRY household at Red House, Dorchester, Dorset. At her marriage in 1919, of Dunsford; Walter was a laborer, also of Dunsford.
                1. Walter W. CLEAVE, b. reg. Q3 1920 at St. Thomas R.D.
              5. Bessie Ann SERCOMBE, b. 30 Sep 1882 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 17 Aug 1908 at Chudleigh, m. reg. Q3 1908 at Newton Abbot R.D., Joseph Henry LAW (b. ca. 1882, son of Alfred LAW). In 1891, a scholar, living with her father. In 1901, a general domestic servant in the SNOW household at Grafton, Powderham Road, Newton Abbot, Devon. At her marriage in 1908, of Torquay; Joseph was a butcher, also of Torquay. Ancestor of researcher Carol Stones.
              6. William John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 19 Jul 1885 at Dunsford. In 1891, a scholar, living with his father. In 1901, a farm carter in the TAVERNER household at West Down Farm, Dunsford. In 1911, a domestic coachman, lodging in the household of his sister Emma.
              7. A stillborn child, bur. 23 Jan 1888 at Dunsford.
            4. Susan SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 10 Dec 1848 at Dunsford, m. 5 Feb 1870 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1870 at St. Thomas R.D., James COOPER (b. ca. 1847). In 1861, a general servant in the BATTING household at Windoutt Farm, Tedburn St. Mary.
            5. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1850 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 16 Feb 1851 at Dunsford, m. 4 Aug 1867 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., William GLANFIELD or GLANVILL (b. ca. 1835 at Dunsford or Okehampton, m2. Grace [b. ca. 1818 at Crediton]). In 1861, a house servant in the HELLIER household at Meadhay Farm, Dunsford. At her marriage in 1867, William was a keeper. In 1871, living at West Hill Cottage, Holcombe Burnell, with her husband William and their daughters Alice, Mary Ann, and Rhoda. In 1881, William was a woodranger, living at Easternhill Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with his second wife Grace and his children Alice, Mary Ann, Rhoda, and Alma.
              1. Alice SERCOMBE, later Alice Sercombe GLANFIELD or GLANVILL, b. ca. 1867 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Jul 1867 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., George W. GREGORY (b. ca. 1868 at Warkleigh, Devon, m2. reg. Q3 1910 at St. Thomas R.D., Alice's first cousin Bertha SERCOMBE), d. reg. Q3 1902 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother. In 1891, living at Hill Head, Tedburn St. Mary, with her husband George (an agricultural laborer) and their children Rhoda, Emmy, Frederick, and George. In 1901, living at Sherds Cottage, Whitestone, with her husband George (a farm laborer) and their children Frederick, Bessie, Ellen, Kate, and Albert. In 1911, George was a waggoner on a farm, living at 3 Milestone Cottage, Whitestone, with his wife Bertha and his children Kate and Albert.
                1. Rhoda GREGORY, b. ca. 1885 at Dunsford. In 1891, living with her parents.
                2. Emmy Jane GREGORY, b. ca. 1886 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1891, living with her parents.
                3. Frederick J. GREGORY, b. ca. 1890 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
                4. George GREGORY, b. ca. 1890 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1891, living with his parents.
                5. Bessie GREGORY, b. ca. 1892 at Tedburn St. Mary. In 1901, living with her parents.
                6. Ellen GREGORY, b. ca. 1895 at Whitestone. In 1901, living with her parents.
                7. Kate GREGORY, b. ca. 1898 at Whitestone. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her father and stepmother.
                8. Albert George GREGORY, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Whitestone. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, living with his father and stepmother.
              2. Mary Ann GLANFIELD, b. ca. 1869 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother.
              3. Rhoda GLANFIELD, b. ca. Jan 1871 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother.
              4. Alma GLANFIELD, b. ca. 1873 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother.
            6. James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 31 Oct 1852 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 15 Aug 1872 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar. In 1871, a farm servant in the SEWARD household at Coombe Farm, Dunsford.
            7. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. 1854 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1884 at Exeter R.D., Eliza (or Elizabeth) Louisa STEVENS (b. 1868 at Exeter, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1926 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Dunsford), d. reg. Q1 1925 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Dunsford in the same grave as his wife and their children Mary and Arthur. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an apprentice working as a carter in the BASTOW household at Higher Brook, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, together with his brother Frederick and their first cousin John SERCOMBE. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, boarding in the POOK household at Smallridge's Smithy, Dunsford. At his children's baptisms in 1884, 1886, 1888, and 1890, of Dunsford village. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at Higher Brocks, Dunsford, with his wife Eliza and their children Mary, Harry, Fred, and Florence. At his children's baptisms in 1892 and 1893, of Reedy, Dunsford. In 1901, a farm laborer, living at Verandah Cot, Dunsford, with his wife Louisa and their children Florence, Arthur, Elsie, Reggie, Mildred, and Albert. In 1911, a farm laborer, living at Warnscombe, Dunsford, with his wife Louisa and their children Elsie, Mildred, Albert, Irene, John, and Victor.
              1. Mary Jane "Janie" SERCOMBE, b. 1884 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1884 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 3 Aug 1884 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1949 at Devon Central R.D., bur. at Dunsford in the same grave as her parents and her brother Arthur. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, a nurse at the Wonford House Lunatic Hospital, Heavitree, Devon.
              2. Harry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 6 Jun 1886 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1909 at Pontypridd R.D., Elizabeth MATTHEWS (b. ca. 1885 at Tongwynlais, Glamorgan, d. reg. Q1 1962 at Surrey North Western R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1968 at Surrey North Western R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a yardsman in the household of William SERCOMBE at Nogsland Farm, Holcombe Burnell. In 1911, a coal miner, living at 22 Danycoedcae Road, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Doris. At his daughter's marriage in 1936, a hotel manager.
                1. Doris Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1910 at Pontypridd, b. reg. Q3 1910 at Pontypridd R.D., m. 12 Aug 1936 at St. Paul Kingston Hill, Kingston, Surrey, m. reg. Q3 1936 at Surrey North Eastern R.D., Arthur Reginald SCRIVEN (b. ca. 1904, son of William John SCRIVEN, a commercial traveller). In 1911, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1936, of 226 Acre Road, Kingston; Arthur was a sergeant in the East Surrey Regiment, of Risborough Barracks, Shorncliffe; the witnesses were F.L. CHANDLER and C. SCRIVEN.
                  1. Pamela E. SCRIVEN, b. reg. Q1 1940 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                2. Arthur T. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1912 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q1 1943 at Surrey North Western R.D., Emma J. BOREHAM, d. reg. Q1 1948 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                3. Margaret M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q1 1942 at Surrey North Western R.D., Ernest A. CULLEY.
                  1. Rodney E. CULLEY, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                  2. Anthony J. CULLEY, b. reg. Q3 1949 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                  3. Paul C. CULLEY, b. reg. Q1 1953 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                4. Elizabeth B. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1923 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q2 1947 at Surrey North Western R.D., Victor E. VALENTINE.
                  1. Lynn VALENTINE, b. reg. Q3 1955 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                5. Florence E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1925 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q2 1946 at Surrey North Western R.D., Peter S. WHEATLEY.
                  1. Vivien P.S. WHEATLEY, b. reg. Q3 1948 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                6. Rupert D.D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1927 at Pontypridd R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1954 at Surrey North Western R.D., Brenda CLEVELAND or JAMES, m2. reg. Q2 1968 at Surrey North Western R.D., Avril (or Averil or Ivril) Bettina HELLING (b. 1 Apr 1927, d. reg. Jul 1999 at Chiltern R.D.).
                7. Monica J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1929 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q1 1953 at Surrey North Western R.D., John R. MUSTARD.
                  1. Kevin J. MUSTARD, b. reg. Q1 1960 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                  2. Stewart R. MUSTARD, b. reg. Q4 1965 at Surrey North Western R.D.
              3. Fred (or Fredric) SERCOMBE, b. 19 Feb 1888 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 1 Apr 1888 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1914 at Newport Monmouthshire R.D., Mildred L. WAKEFIELD (b. ca. 1891, d. reg. Q3 1967 at Newport R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1976 at Newport R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a cow boy in the WILLS household at Farrant Farm, Dunsford. In 1911, a railway guard for the Great Western Railway, boarding at Fernleigh House, Aberbeeg, Monmouthshire.
                1. Clifford Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 6 Nov 1917, b. reg. Q4 1917 at Newport Monmouthshire R.D., m. reg. Q2 1941 at Newport R.D., Josephine P. RABBITT, d. reg. Oct 2005 at Newport R.D.
                  1. Robert C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Newport R.D., m. reg. Q4 1970 at Nuneaton R.D., Pauline T. HOWELLS.
                    1. Leanne Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1977 at Warwick and Leamington R.D.
              4. Florence "Florrie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1890 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 8 Jun 1890 at Dunsford. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a general servant in the ODDY household at 21 Howell Road, Exeter.
              5. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 1892 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 23 Oct 1892 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1945 at Exeter R.D., bur. at Dunsford in the same grave as his parents and his sister Mary. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a private (or perhaps a corporal) in the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays), in barracks at Wellington Lines, Aldershot, Hampshire.
              6. Elsie Kate SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1893 (1894?) at Dunsford, m. 24 Mar 1913 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., Henry John Voyset TROUT. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a housemaid, living with her parents.
              7. Reginald "Reggie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1897 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1897 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1967 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm cow boy for George SERCOMBE.
              8. Mildred SERCOMBE, b. 5 May 1899 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1899 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1977 at Okehampton R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              9. Albert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1899 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1899 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1964 at Devon Central R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              10. (probably) Sidney SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1902 at St. Thomas R.D.
              11. Alice Irene SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q1 1933 at St. Thomas R.D., William J. GRAY. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Margaret J. GRAY, b. reg. Q3 1935 at Tiverton R.D.
              12. Sidney John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1905 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1972 at Exedter R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              13. Victor SERCOMBE, b. 24 May 1909 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1941 at Tiverton R.D., Nellie May BENDING (b. 2 Jan 1910, d. reg. Sep 2002 at Teignbridge R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1980 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Hilary E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1945 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1956 at Devon Central R.D.
            8. Joseph SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 19 Oct 1856 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., Emily Leah PAYNE (b. ca. 1864 at Exminster, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1938 at Devon Central R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1942 at Devon Central R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a servant smith in the HELSON household at Iron Mills, Dunsford. In 1881, a farm laborer, living with his parents. In 1891, an asylum attendant, living at Red Lodge (Higher), Clyst St. Mary, Devon, with his wife Emily and their children Emily, Mabel, and Joseph. In 1901, an asylum attendant, living at Sandy Gates, Heavitree, Devon, with his wife Emily and their children Mabel, Joseph, Thomas, and Leonard. In 1911, an asylum attendant, living at 10 Greatwood Terrace, Topsham, Devon, with his wife Emily and their son Reginald. At his daughter's marriage in Sep 1911, an asylum assistant. At his son's death in 1915, of Waverley, Monmouth Hill, Topsham.
              1. Emily Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Exminster, b. reg. Q4 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Sep 1911 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1911 at Exeter R.D., Frederick SARGENT (b. ca. 1887, son of George Edwin SARGENT, a [town?] man). In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a domestic servant for Nora TOULMIN, a shopkeeper (refreshments and confectionery), at 28 High Street, Exeter. In Apr 1911, a housekeeper in the HUCKLEBRIDGE household at 34 St. Leonard Road, Exeter, where her sister Mabel was a mental nurse. At her marriage in Sep 1911, of 34 St. Leonards Road; Frederick was a motor engineer, of High Street, Topsham; the witnesses were Ernest MAY and Joseph SERCOMBE.
                1. Montague F. SARGENT, b. reg. Q3 1912 at St. Thomas R.D.
              2. Mabel Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 at Clyst St. Mary, b. reg. Q4 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1916 at Portsmouth R.D., Frank H. BROWN. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a mental nurse in the HUCKLEBRIDGE household at 34 St. Leonard Road, Exeter, where her sister Emily was the housekeeper.
                1. Frank M.T. BROWN, b. reg. Q2 1917 at St. Thomas R.D.
                2. James G.A. BROWN, b. reg. Q1 1919 at Plymouth R.D.
              3. Joseph Montague D. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1890 at Clyst St. Mary, b. reg. Q1 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1914 at Bridgwater R.D., Mabel HUNT (m2. reg. Q4 1917 at Bridgwater R.D., Francis G. NURTON), d. reg. Q2 1915 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a private in the Second Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, stationed at St. George's Barracks, Malta, together with his third cousin Harry SERCOMBE.
                1. Ena Marion L. SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jun 1915, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Bridgwater R.D., d. reg. Dec 1997 at Sedgemoor R.D.
              4. Thomas Edward SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Clyst St. Mary, b. reg. Q4 1895 at St. Thomas R.D., d. 24 Jun 1915, bur. at Cambrin churchyard extension, Pas de Calais, France. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a butcher's assistant in the LETHEREN household at Clyst St. Mary. At his death in 1915, a private in the 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards.
              5. Reginald Leonard SERCOMBE, b. 8 Jun 1898 at Clyst St. Mary, b. reg. Q2 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1926 at St. Thomas R.D., Elsie Marjorie WEBBER (b. 10 Sep 1901, d. reg. Dec 1997 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Aug 1989 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
            9. Francis or Frank SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Dunsford (probably twin with Fred, although if so, why not baptized with him?), b. reg. Q4 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 28 Dec 1880 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1880 at St. Thomas R.D., Emma HORSHAM (b. ca. 1858 at North Bovey, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1895 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1920 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a servant in the HENLEY household at Melhuish Barton, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Lowley Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, with his wife Emma. At his son's baptism in 1882, a labourer, of Lowley. At his son's baptism in 1884, of Dunsford village. At his daughters' baptisms in 1886 and Jan 1891, of Clifford Cottage, Dunsford. In Apr 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at Holegate, Dunsford, with his wife Emma and their children John, James, Ada, Susan, and Laura. At his son's baptism in 1893, of Holegate, Dunsford. In 1901, a farm laborer, living at Lower Brocks, Dunsford, with his daughters Ada and Laura. At his children's marriages in 1904 and 1908, a laborer. In 1911, living with his daughter Susan. At his daughter's marriage in 1913, a laborer.
              1. Francis John (or Frank or John Frank) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 26 Mar 1882 at Doddiscombsleigh, m. 29 Oct 1904 at Alphington, m. reg. Q4 1904 at St. Thomas R.D., Annie or Anna BEER (b. ca. 1879 at Alphington, daughter of William BEER, a laborer), d. reg. Q2 1960 at Devon Central R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a carter in the household of Joseph SERCOMBE (his fourth cousin) at Venn Farm, Bridford. At his marriage in 1904, a laborer, of Alphington; Annie was of Wheatley, Alphington; the witnesses were Clara BEER and Richard John BEER. In 1911, a horseman on a farm, living at Pole House Cottage, Alphington, with his wife Anna and their children William and Phyllis.
                1. William Francis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1906 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1950 at Devon Central R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Phyllis Mary SERCOMBE, b. 25 Jun 1908 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1908 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1930 at St. Thomas R.D., William C. BUSHIN, d. reg. Jun 1995 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
                  1. Leonard W. BUSHIN, b. reg. Q2 1931 at St. Thomas R.D.
                  2. Reginald W.J. BUSHIN, b. reg. Q4 1935 at St. Thomas R.D.
              2. James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1884 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 29 Jun 1884 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1945 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1901?) In 1911, a railway extension worker, lodging in the BOARD household at Mill More, Burrington, Chulmleigh, Devon.
              3. Ada SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Feb 1886 at Dunsford, m. 13 Apr 1913 at Ide, m. reg. Q2 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., William HORSHAM (b. ca. 1875, son of William HORSHAM, a laborer). In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father. In 1911, a general servant in the HINE household at 16 Morton Road, Exmouth, Devon. At her marriage in 1913, of Ide; William was a laborer, also of Ide; the witnesses were William George BEER, Thomas ALBERT, and Gertrude HORSHAM.
                1. Emma HORSHAM, b. reg. Q4 1913 at St. Thomas R.D.
              4. Susan SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 24 Oct 1908 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1908 at St. Thomas R.D., Fred BOND (b. ca. 1882 at Dunsford, son of Charles Marchant BOND, a mason). In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a domestic servant for George SERCOMBE, proprietor of the Royal Oak, Dunsford. At her marriage in 1908, a domestic servant, of Dunsford; Fred was a laborer, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were Mark BOND and Frank BOND. In 1911, living at Glebe Cottage, Dunsford, with her husband Fred (a general laborer), their sons Jack and Walter, and her father.
                1. Jack BOND, b. ca. 1908 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Walter George BOND, b. ca. Feb 1911 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with his parents.
              5. Laura (or Louisa?) SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1890 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Jan 1891 at Dunsford. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father.
              6. Frederick or Fred SERCOMBE, b. 11 Jul 1893 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 8 Oct 1893 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1975 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his mother's brother William HORSHAM at Widley Cottages, Alphington. In 1911, a general laborer for a grocer shop, living with his mother's brother William at Lees Cottage, Ide.
            10. Frederick or Fred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Dunsford (probably twin with Francis), b. reg. Q4 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 21 Nov 1858 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1913 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, an apprentice doing general work in the BASTOW household at Higher Brook, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, together with his brother Samuel and their first cousin John SERCOMBE. In 1881, a farm laborer, living with his parents. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1901, an ordinary agricultural laborer, living at Britten Street, Dunsford, with his mother and a housekeeper. In 1911, a farm laborer, boarding in the household of his first cousin Emily Ann SERCOMBE.
          2. William SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Apr 1824 at Dunsford, m. 8 Aug 1854 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., his first cousin Mary SERCOMBE, d. reg. Q3 1903 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, a farm laborer, living with his uncle Samuel SERCOMBE. In 1854, a husbandman. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Dunsford village with his wife Mary (a plain needle woman) and their children William, John, Mary, and Jessey, in the same building as his wife's parents. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living at Court, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children Jesse, Fred, George, Frank, Emily, and Louisa. In 1881, an agricultural laborer, living at Dunsford with his wife Mary, their daughters Ellen, Jessie, Louisa, and Caroline, and Ellen's daughter Eva. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at 2 Court, Dunsford, with his wife Mary (a laundress), their children George, Frank, and Caroline, and a boarder. In 1901, an ordinary agricultural laborer, living at Court, Dunsford, with his children Frank and Caroline. At his daughter's marriage in 1903, a laborer.
            1. William Francis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1855 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Mar 1855 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q3 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 7 Aug 1864 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. At his burial in 1864, of Dunsford.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 9 Nov 1856 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an apprentice doing general work in the BASTOW household at Higher Brook, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, together with his first cousins Frederick SERCOMBE and Samuel SERCOMBE. In 1881, an indoor farm servant in the DICKER household, at Holeland, Dunsford. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, boarding in the household of his sister Jessie. In 1901, a carter in the SHORT household at Boyland Farm, Dunsford. In 1911, a farm laborer, boarding in the POWLESLAND household at Hole Gate, Dunsford.
            3. Mary Ellen or Ellen Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 31 Jan 1858 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1917 at Long Ashton R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant in the HEYWARD household at Aller, North Bovey, Devon. In 1881, a domestic servant out of employ, living with her parents, together with her daughter Eva. In 1891, a general domestic servant in a household of draper's assistants at 366 North Street, Exeter, along with her sister Lucy. In 1901, a domestic servant in a lodging house at 6 Richmond Road, Exeter. In 1911, a domestic servant in the BARTLETT household at 11 Belmont Road, Exeter.
              1. Eva Ellen SERCOMBE, b. Feb 1881 at Dunsford, chr. 19 Mar 1881 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 16 Sep 1881 at Dunsford. In Apr 1881, living with her mother and grandparents.
            4. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 13 Nov 1859 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., George HILL (b. ca. 1858 at Drewsteignton). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a dressmaker, living with her parents. In 1891, living at Bigport, Dunsford, with her husband George (an agricultural laborer), their children William, Frank, and Percival, and her boarding brother John.
              1. William G. HILL, b. ca. 1883 at Dunsford. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents.
              2. Frank HILL, b. ca. 1887 at Dunsford. In 1891, living with his parents.
              3. Percival HILL, b. ca. Dec 1890 at Dunsford. In 1891, living with his parents.
            5. Fred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1861 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1861 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 15 Dec 1861 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., Ellen PONSFORD (b. ca. 1862 at Hittisleigh or Cheriton Bishop, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1933 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1924 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1881?) In Apr 1891, an agricultural laborer, living at West Coombe, Dunsford, with his wife Ellen and their children William, Arthur, Ellen, and Wilfred. At his daughter's baptism in Aug 1891, of Westcombe, Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1896, of Butts, Dunsford. In 1901, a carter on a farm, living at Symond Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Ellen and their children Wilfred, Edith, Ernest, and Reginald. At his daughter Florence's vaccination in 1905, a farm laborer, of Dunsford village. In 1911, a farm laborer, living at East Steps, Dunsford, with his wife Ellen and their children Ellen, Edith, Ernest, Reginald, Kate, Sidney, Daisy, and Florence. At his son's marriage in 1920, a farmer.
              1. William Fred SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Cheriton Bishop, Devon, b. reg. Q2 1883 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1914 at Torrington R.D., Kate BADCOCK (b. 5 Jun 1885 at Chelsea, London, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Chelsea R.D., d. reg. Q3 1975 at Barnstaple R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1930 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an employee baker in the HILL household at 20 Clifton Road, Exeter. In 1911, a baker and confectioner, visiting his future wife Katie (a glove maker) and her widowed mother at 32 Mill Street, Torrington, Devon.
              2. Arthur James or Walter James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q4 1885 at Crediton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1914 at Medway R.D., Hilda E. SAYWELL (b. ca. 1888, d. reg. Q4 1956 at Bridge R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1943 at Bridge R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a baker, boarding in the MITCHELL household (probably also his employers) at 7 Summerland Street, Exeter. In 1911, an assistant flour confectioner in the baking business, boarding at 97 Cornwall Road, Brixton, London. (Walter in the GRO birth registration index, otherwise Arthur.)
                1. Beryl B. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1919 at Medway R.D., m. reg. Q3 1940 at Blean R.D., Leonard C.C. ARMSTRONG.
                  1. Hilary D. ARMSTRONG, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Evesham R.D.
                  2. Martin J. ARMSTRONG, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Bridgend R.D.
                2. Peter Ponsford SERCOMBE, b. 27 May 1924, b. reg. Q2 1924 at Medway R.D., d. reg. Q1 1975 at Torbay R.D.
                3. Elfreda S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1926 at Medway R.D., m. reg. Q1 1951 at Bridge R.D., Alan I. BELSEY.
                  1. Karen G. BELSEY, b. reg. Q2 1954 at Tonbridge R.D.
                  2. Matthew L. BELSEY, b. reg. Q2 1956 at Maidstone R.D.
              3. Ellen Louise SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q3 1887 at Crediton R.D., d. reg. Q4 1970 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a servant in the TAVERNER household at Zeal Farm, Dunsford. In 1911, a general servant, living with her parents.
              4. Wilfred George SERCOMBE, b. 19 Apr 1889 at Cheriton Bishop, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Crediton R.D., m. 2 Apr 1913 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth Maria SAUNDERS (b. 28 Oct 1888, d. reg. Q4 1969 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1971 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1911, a police constable with the Metropolitan Police, living at the police station, 195 East India Dock Road, Poplar, London. At his marriage in 1913, a policeman, of 195 East India Dock Road, Poplar; Elizabeth was of Dunsford.
                1. Wilfred SERCOMBE, b. 16 Aug 1914, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Poplar R.D., m. reg. Q3 1938 at Woolwich R.D., Olive May JONES (b. 2 Feb 1911, d. reg. Jan 1997 at Greenwich R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1997 at Halton R.D.
                  1. Lesley S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1953 at Woolwich R.D.
                2. Edith L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1917 at Poplar R.D., m. reg. Q4 1951 at Newton Abbot R.D., William M.C. ELLIS.
                  1. Graham M. ELLIS, b. reg. Q3 1957 at Okehampton R.D.
                  2. Pauline M. ELLIS, b. reg. Q2 1962 at Exeter R.D.
                3. Phyllis SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Poplar R.D., m. reg. Q2 1948 at Woolwich R.D., Alfred R. FURLONG.
                  1. Jean V. FURLONG, b. reg. Q1 1951 at Tonbridge R.D.
                  2. Pamela J. FURLONG, b. reg. Q1 1953 at Woolwich R.D.
                4. Doris SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Poplar R.D., m. reg. Q3 1952 at Newton Abbot R.D., Ronald C. HARRIS.
                  1. Ian R. HARRIS, b. reg. Q1 1954 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                5. Eileen C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1924 at Greenwich R.D., m. reg. Q1 1947 at Newton Abbot R.D., Thomas J. BANCROFT-WILSON.
                  1. Christopher A.M. BANCROFT-WILSON, b. reg. Q2 1948 at Newton Abbot R.D.
                6. Pauline S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1925 at Greenwich R.D., m. reg. Q3 1950 at Newton Abbot R.D., Philip J. STONE. Relative of researcher Trevor Stone.
                  1. Audrey M. STONE, b. reg. Q4 1950 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                  2. John STONE, b. reg. Q3 1952 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                7. Betty P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1933 at Woolwich R.D., m. reg. Q1 1956 at Newton Abbot R.D., John FORD.
                  1. Suzanne M. FORD, b. reg. Q3 1962 at Pancras R.D.
                  2. Heather J. FORD, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Harrow R.D.
                  3. Stephen John FORD, b. reg. Q1 1966 at Harrow R.D.
              5. Edith Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1891 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1891 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 2 Aug 1891 at Dunsford. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a general servant, living with her parents.
              6. Ernest Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Powderham, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 4 Sep 1920 at St. Peter, Bramley, Yorkshire, m. reg. Q3 1920 at Bramley R.D., Elizabeth Scott NIX (daughter of Harry NIX, a foreman porter; b. 30 Nov 1893, d. reg. Q1 1972 at Wharfedale R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1967 at Lincoln R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a groom gardener, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1920, a police constable, of Station House, Bramley; Elizabeth was also of Station House; the witnesses were Harry NIX and Winifred KIRKWOOD.
                1. Kathleen J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Bramley R.D., d. reg. Q4 1950 at Leeds R.D.
                2. Phillip Reginald SERCOMBE, b. 5 Jul 1923, b. reg. Q3 1923 at Bramley R.D., m. at St. Thomas, Stanningley, Yorkshire, m. reg. Q4 1950 at Leeds R.D., Mona Elizabeth BOTTOMLEY, d. reg. Jan 1996 at Leeds R.D. At his son's baptism in 1951, an audit clerk, of 13 Mill Lane, Bramley, Yorkshire. At his son's baptism in 1954, an accountant's clerk, of 13 Mill Lane, Bramley. At his daughter's baptism in 1961, an auditor, of 13 Mill Lane.
                  1. Victor SERCOMBE, b. 9 Jul 1951, b. reg. Q3 1951 at Leeds R.D., chr. 28 Oct 1951 at St. Thomas, Stanningley, m. reg. Q3 1975 at Leeds R.D., Vivienne P. TAYLOR.
                    1. Daniel James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 1987 at Leeds R.D.
                    2. Holly Kay SERCOMBE, b. reg. Oct 1995 at Doncaster R.D.
                  2. Phillip SERCOMBE, b. 9 Sep 1953, b. reg. Q3 1953 at Leeds R.D., chr. 17 Jan 1954 at St. Thomas, Stanningley, m. reg. Q3 1979 at Leeds R.D., Mary E.B. ROSS.
                    1. Heather Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1982 at Leeds R.D.
                    2. Laura Catherine SERCOMBE, b. reg. Apr 1986 at Leeds R.D.
                  3. Sarah Anne SERCOMBE, b. 21 Dec 1960, b. reg. Q4 1960 at Leeds R.D., chr. 7 May 1961 at St. Thomas, Stanningley, m. reg. Q3 1982 at Leeds R.D., Michael DICKINSON.
                    1. Angela DICKINSON, b. reg. Aug 1986 at Leeds R.D.
                    2. Louise DICKINSON, b. reg. Aug 1989 at Leeds R.D.
                    3. Eleanor DICKINSON, b. reg. Jun 1991 at Leeds R.D.
                3. John F.P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1928 at Bramley R.D., m. reg. Q2 1953 at Barkston Ash R.D., June E. RICHARDSON.
                  1. Heather L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1957 at Leeds R.D., m. reg. Q3 1981 at Leeds R.D., Robin S. WILLIAMS.
                  2. Caroline E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1960 at Leeds R.D., m. reg. Q3 1980 at Leeds R.D., Ian R. SMITH.
              7. Reginald Louis (or Lewis) SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1896 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 10 May 1896 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1897 at St. Thomas R.D.
              8. Reginald Walter SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1968 at Devon Central R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              9. Kate Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1901 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1901 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1960 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
              10. Sidney Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 22 Nov 1902 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1976 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              11. Daisy Alice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1931 at Wandsworth R.D., Walter BUDD. In 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Barbara M.E. BUDD, b. reg. Q4 1933 at St. Thomas R.D.
              12. Florence May Ponsford SERCOMBE, b. 25 Jul 1905 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1905 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 8 Oct 1905 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1924 at St. Thomas R.D., Albert Ernest or Ernest Albert WALDRON (b. 9 Apr 1900 at Christow, b. reg. Q2 1900 at St. Thomas R.D., d. 8 Oct 1967 at Bridford), d. 16 Jul 1992 at Moretonhampstead. Vaccinated 1 Oct 1905 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with her parents. Relative of researcher Carla Gray.
                1. Evelyn Joan WALDRON, b. 10 Aug 1924 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1924 at St. Thomas R.D.
            6. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 29 Aug 1863 at Dunsford, m. 1 Mar 1892 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary PONSFORD (b. ca. 1869 at Cheriton Bishop, d. 14 Aug 1959, d. reg. Q3 1959 at Devon Central R.D., bur. at Ide, Devon; daughter of Samuel PONSFORD, a laborer), d. 18 Aug 1930, d. reg. Q3 1930 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. at Ide. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, an indoor farm servant in the CARNALL household at Clifford Barton, Dunsford. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1892, a laborer, of Dunsford; Mary was also of Dunsford; the witnesses were William Henry POWLESLAND and Charlotte Ann PONSFORD. At his children's baptisms in 1893 and 1895, of Dunsford village. In 1901, an agricultural laborer, living at Holeacre, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their children William, Caroline, Edith, and Frederick, and his (probably really Mary's) niece Winifred PONSFORD (b. ca. 1894 at Dunsford). In 1911, a farm laborer, living at Lower Upperton, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children Edith, Frederick, Elsie, Wilfred, Hilda, and Stanley. At his daughter's marriage in 1919, a laborer. At his daughter's marriage in 1925, a farm laborer.
              1. William George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 23 Jul 1893 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1941 at Devon Central R.D. In 1901, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer in the TAYLOR household at Brook Farm, Tedburn St. Mary.
              2. Caroline Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1895 at St. Thomas R.D, chr. 28 Oct 1895 at Dunsford, m. 22 Nov 1919 at Ide, m. reg. Q4 1919 at St. Thomas R.D., William Henry George DYMOND (b. ca. 1896, son of William George DYMOND). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a general servant in the MIDDLETON household at Netherton, Drewsteignton, Devon. At her marriage in 1919, of Whiddon, Ide; William was a discharged soldier, of New Building, Ide; the witnesses were George SERCOMBE (her father) and Edith Ellen SERCOMBE (her sister).
                1. William E.G. DYMOND, b. reg. Q1 1921 at Truro R.D.
                2. Sylvia H.M. DYMOND, b. reg. Q2 1928 at Truro R.D.
              3. Edith Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1898 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her parents and assisting in the housework.
              4. Frederick James SERCOMBE, b. 16 Dec 1899 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1900 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1922 at St. Thomas R.D., Lucy Florence SYMNS (b. 11 Mar 1901, d.reg. Jul 1998 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1976 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. At his son's baptism in 1925, a farm labourer, of Eastacott Cottage, Crediton. At his son's baptism in 1928, a farm labourer, of Alphington.
                1. Vivian Frederick A. or C. SERCOMBE, b. 7 Apr 1923, b. reg. Q2 1923 at Torrington R.D., m. reg. Q1 1944 at Devon Central R.D., Vera SPENCER, d. reg. Mar 1999 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Richard C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Devon Central R.D.
                  2. Judith A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1947 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Q1 1970 at Exeter R.D., David BIDDER.
                    1. Alison BIDDER, b. reg. Q3 1973 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Robert David BIDDER, b. reg. Q2 1976 at Exeter R.D.
                    3. Edward Vivian BIDDER, b. reg. Q3 1980 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Kenneth Henry George SERCOMBE, b. 17 Mar 1925, b. reg. Q2 1925 at Crediton R.D., chr. 26 Apr 1925 at Ide, m1. reg. Q3 1947 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D., Joan I. HARLEY (m2. reg. Q3 1976 at Exeter R.D., William J.D. GRANT), m2. reg. Q1 1972 at Exeter R.D., Peggy E. WYATT.
                  1. Nigel K. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1957 at Devon Central R.D., m. reg. Mar 2002 at Exeter R.D., Linda M. HOCKING.
                3. Allan Clifford James SERCOMBE, b. 20 Mar 1928, b. reg. Q2 1928 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 13 May 1928 at Ide, m. reg. Q3 1951 at Devon Central R.D., Marjorie BAKER (m2. reg. Q1 1967 at Exeter R.D., Douglas P. ELLIS), d. reg. Q4 1965 at Exeter R.D.
              5. Elsie May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 1 Aug 1925 at Ide, m. reg. Q3 1925 at St. Thomas R.D., Oliver Philip COOMBES (b. ca. 1901, son of Philip COOMBES, a painter). In 1911, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1925, of Whiddon, Ide; Oliver was a dental mechanic, of Heavitree; the witnesses were Ada Emily SERCOMBE and Edna Mary SERCOMBE.
                1. Anita M.L. COOMBES, b. reg. Q1 1928 at Exeter R.D.
              6. Wilfred Henry SERCOMBE, b. Feb 1904 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1904 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1944 at Okehampton R.D., Kathleen Nora HILL (b. 8 Nov 1910, d. reg. Jun 1989 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1980 at Okehampton R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              7. Hilda Charlotte SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1906 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1922 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
              8. Stanley Joseph SERCOMBE, b. 2 Dec 1908 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1944 at Okehampton R.D., Marian G. REDDAWAY, d. reg. Q4 1978 at Okehampton R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. David J.P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1951 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1982 at Okehampton R.D., Elaine R. SEARLE.
                  1. Iain David SERCOMBE, b. reg. Oct 1986 at Okehampton R.D.
                  2. Paul William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jun 1992 at Okehampton R.D.
                  3. Andrew Julian SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 1994 at Okehampton R.D.
            7. Frank SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Dunsford, chr. 13 Aug 1865 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1952 at Exeter R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a miller's servant in the PHILLIPS household at Weir Mills, Drewsteignton, Devon. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. In 1901, an ordinary agricultural laborer, living with his father. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his sister Caroline.
            8. Emily Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 28 Apr 1867 at Dunsford, m. 2 Apr 1893 at the Register Office, St. Thomas, m. reg. Q2 1893 at St. Thomas R.D., George KNAPMAN (b. ca. 1862 at Bridford, son of Richard KNAPMAN). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a domestic servant in the SHORT household at Westcombe, Dunsford. In 1891, a cook in a small private school for girls, at 138 Cowick Street, St. Thomas. At her marriage in 1893, a domestic servant, of 138 Cowick Street; George was a laborer, of Dunsford. In 1901, living at Oak Cottage, Dunsford, with her husband George (an ordinary agricultural worker), their children William, Percival, and Caroline, boarder Anna SEWARD (living on her own means, paralyzed, b. ca. 1831 at Dunsford), and Alfred John KEY (future husband of her sister Caroline). In 1911, living at Oak Cottage, Dunsford, with her husband George (a farm laborer), their children William, Caroline, Ivy, and Daisy, her boarding first cousin Frederick SERCOMBE, and boarder Ann SEWARD (b. ca. 1830 at Dunsford). Relative of researcher Jim Robbens.
              1. William G. KNAPMAN, b. ca. 1894 at Dunsford. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a cowman, living with his parents.
              2. Percival F. KNAPMAN, b. ca. 1896 at Dunsford. In 1901, living with his parents. Alive in 1911.
              3. Caroline E. KNAPMAN, b. ca. 1899 at Dunsford. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
              4. Ivy KNAPMAN, b. ca. 1901 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with her parents.
              5. Daisy KNAPMAN, b. ca. 1904 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with her parents.
            9. Louisa "Lucy" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1895 at Exeter R.D., Frank BALLMAN (b. ca. 1860 at Exeter). In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general servant at 366 North Street, Exeter, along with her sister Ellen. In 1893, witnessed the marriage of her sister Emily. In 1901, living at 2 Kents Buildings, Exeter, with her husband Frank (a shop porter) and their children Daisy and Elsie.
              1. Daisy L. BALLMAN, b. ca. 1895 at Exeter. In 1901, living with her parents.
              2. Elsie M. BALLMAN, b. ca. 1898 at Exeter. In 1901, living with her parents.
            10. Caroline Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1871 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1871 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Oct 1871 at Dunsford, m. 14 Oct 1903 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1903 at St. Thomas R.D., Alfred John KEY (b. ca. 1876 at Exeter, son of Henry KEY, an accountant). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a shirt needlewoman, living with her parents. In 1901, housekeeper for her father; Alfred was a postman, boarding with her sister Emily. At her marriage in 1903, of Dunsford; Alfred was a postman, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (probably Caroline's eldest brother) and Daisy BALLMAN (perhaps daughter of her sister Louisa). In 1911, living at Court Cottage, Dunsford, with her husband Alfred (a postman), their children Alfred, Eva, and George, and her brother Frank.
              1. Alfred William KEY, b. ca. 1904 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with his parents.
              2. Eva Caroline KEY, b. ca. 1906 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with her parents.
              3. George Henry KEY, b. ca. 1909 at Dunsford. In 1911, living with his parents.
          3. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1827 at Dunsford, chr. 13 May 1827 at Dunsford, m. 30 Jan 1855 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary MILFORD (b. ca. 1836 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1919 at St. Thomas R.D.; daughter of Richard MILFORD, a laborer), d. reg. Q4 1882 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 8 Oct 1882 at Dunsford. In 1837, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Thomas HELSON. In 1851, an edge tool maker's servant in the HELSON household at Iron Mills, Dunsford, along with his brother James. At his marriage in 1855, an edge tool maker, of Dunsford. In 1861, an edge tool maker, living at Will Mill Cottage, Harberton, Devon, with his wife Mary and their children George, Richard, Mary, and John. In 1871, an edge tool maker, living at 1 Dymonds Cott, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children William, Alice, Emily, and Ellen. In 1881, an edge tool maker, living at Green, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children Jessie, Walter, and Louisa. At his son John's marriage later in 1881, a blacksmith. At his son Richard's marriage in 1882, a smith. Posthumously, at his daughter Alice's marriage in 1889, a farmer (perhaps an error?). In 1891, Mary was living at 4 Court, Dunsford, with her daughters Mary, Ellen, and Louisa and a boarder. Posthumously, at his children's marriages in 1892, 1894, and 1898, George was a smith. In 1901, Mary was a school caretaker, living at Court, Dunsford, with her daughter Jessie. Posthumously, at his daughter's marriage in 1909, George was a blacksmith. In 1911, Mary was a charwoman and old age pensioner, living at Court, Dunsford, with her daughter Mary Ann.
            1. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1855 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 9 Sep 1855 at Dunsford, m. 17 Jun 1877 at Holy Trinity, Plymouth, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1877 at Plymouth R.D., Maria STONE (b. ca. 1853 in Guernsey, d. reg. Q1 1913 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1908 at Plymouth R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an apprentice working on the farm in the BATTING household at Windoutt Farm, Tedburn St. Mary, Devon. In 1881, a gardener, living at 25 Princess Street, Plymouth, with his wife Maria and her sister. In 1891, a gardener in the WHITEFORD household at Thornhill, Tavistock Road, Compton Gifford, Devon; Maria was living at 25 Princess Street, Plymouth, with her parents and a sister. In 1901, a market gardener, living at 25 Princess Street, Plymouth, with his wife Maria. In 1911, Maria was living at 25 Princess Street, Plymouth, with her mother and sister and a boarder.
            2. Richard SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Harbertonford, Harberton, b. reg. Q2 1857 at Totnes R.D., m. 1 Oct 1882 at St. Mary, Long Ditton, Surrey, m. reg. Q4 1882 at Kingston R.D., Annie MILLER (daughter of Robert MILLER, a boatbuilder; b. ca. 1856 at Putney, Surrey, d. reg. Q1 1938 at Orsett R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1937 at Orsett R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a farm servant in the WILLS household at Lewishill Farm, Dunsford. In 1881, a milk carrier, lodging in the LUCAS household at 6 Lea Bridge Road, Hackney, London (enumerated as married but apparently still single until the following year). At his marriage in 1882, a dairyman, of Upper Clapton, Middlesex; Annie was of Long Ditton; the witnesses were Robert MILLER (probably her father) and Juliet CRIPPS. At his daughter's baptism in 1883, a milk carrier, of 17 Navarino Road, Hackney. At his daughter's baptism in 1885, a milk carrier, of 33 Spenser Road, Stoke Newington. At his daughter's baptism in 1887, a milk carrier, of 26 Watson Street, Stoke Newington. At his son's baptism in 1889, a greengrocer, of 10 Cressington Road, Stoke Newington. In 1891, a gardener, living at 1 Leamington Cottages, Brentford, Middlesex, with his wife Annie, their children Minnie, George, and Emmie, and visitor Emmie Sercombe. At his children's baptisms in 1892, a laborer, of 1 Leamington Terrace, Spring Grove. In 1901, a coal laborer loading ships, living at 9 St. Peter's Place, Little Thurrock, Essex, with his wife Annie and their children Minnie, George, Emmie, Bertie, Alfred, and Ernest. At his daughter's marriage in 1902, a coal porter. At his daughter's marriage in 1907, a laborer. In Apr 1911, a farm bailiff, living at Reeds Hatch Farm, Frensham, Surrey, with his wife Annie and their sons Berty and Ernest. At his son's marriage in Oct 1911, a farm bailiff. At his daughter's marriage in Dec 1911, a dealer's manager.
              1. (perhaps stepdaughter) Gertrude Mary MILLER or SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Hackney, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Hackney R.D., m1. 28 Sep 1902 at London Road Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Grays, Essex, m1. reg. Q3 1902 at Orsett R.D., Alfred George Charles BURMAN (b. ca. 1879 at Bethnal Green, London, son of Alfred BURMAN, a farrier), m2. Robert Lionel RENTON. (Where in 1881 and 1891?) In 1901, a general domestic servant in the BLOOMBERG household at 186 Evering Road, Hackney. At her marriage in 1902, of 9 Southend Road, Little Thurrock; Alfred was a fishmonger, of 7 Kay Road, Stockwell, London S.W.; the witnesses were R. SERCOMBE (perhaps Gertrude's father) and F. RICE. Called MILLER in 1879, SERCOMBE in 1901 and 1902. In 1911, living at 54 Glenelg Road, Brixton, London, with her husband Alfred (a fishmonger), their daughter Doris, and her sister Emily and brother Alfred. In 1913, sailed from Liverpool to Fremantle, Australia, with her husband Alfred and daughter Doris. Ancestor of researcher Ron Renton.
                1. Doris BURMAN, b. ca. 1907 at Clapham, London. In 1911, living with her parents. Sailed to Australia in 1913 with her parents.
              2. Ethel SERCOMBE, b. 1 Jul 1883, b. reg. Q3 1883 at Hackney R.D., chr. 6 Sep 1883 at St. John at Hackney, d. reg. Q1 1887 at Hackney R.D., bur. 28 Feb 1887 in Abney Park Cemetery.
              3. Ellen Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Hackney or Stoke Newington, Middlesex, b. reg. Q2 1885 at Edmonton R.D., chr. 12 Apr 1885 at St. Matthias, Stoke Newington, m. 26 Dec 1907 at Grays Thurrock, Essex, m. reg. Q4 1907 at Orsett R.D., Louis STANDFIELD (b. ca. 1884, son of Louis STANDFIELD, a laborer). In 1891, visiting her father's sister Alice. In 1901, a housemaid at Palmers Endowed School for Girls, Grays Thurrock, Essex. At her marriage in 1907, of Grays Thurrock; Louis was an engine driver, also of Grays Thurrock; the witnesses were Louis STANDFIELD (Louis's father) and Alfred George Charles BURMAN (husband of Ellen's sister Gertrude).
                1. Vera G.A. STANDFIELD, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Orsett R.D.
                2. Ruth E. STANDFIELD, b. reg. Q4 1917 at Orsett R.D.
              4. Minnie Ethel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Stoke Newington or South Hornsey, Middlesex, b. reg. Q1 1887 at Edmonton R.D., chr. 20 Mar 1887 at St. Matthias, Stoke Newington, m. reg. Q1 1908 at Lambeth R.D., Albert Victor GOSS (b. ca. 1887 at Grays, Essex). In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at 124 Bridge Road, Grays, with her husband Albert (a shipwright for barge owners and lightermen), their son Leslie, and her boarding brother George.
                1. Leslie GOSS, b. ca. 1908 at Grays. In 1911, living with his parents.
                2. Joyce E. GOSS, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Orsett R.D.
              5. Richard George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1889 at Dalston or Stoke Newington, b. reg. Q1 1889 at Hackney R.D., chr. 12 Feb 1889 at St. Matthias, Stoke Newington, m. 8 Oct 1911 at Tilbury Docks, Essex, m. reg. Q4 1911 at Orsett R.D., Florence Avis BARNES (b. 10 Apr 1890, daughter of Richard BARNES, a dock laborer, d. reg. Q3 1981 at Thurrock R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1959 at Thurrock R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In Apr 1911, a railway porter, boarding in the household of his sister Ethel. At his marriage in Oct 1911, a dock laborer, of Grays; Florence was an ironer, of Tilbury; the witnesses were Annie BARNES and Horace ROUSE.
                1. Reginald Richard SERCOMBE, b. 1 May 1912, b. reg. Q2 1912 at Orsett R.D., m. reg. Q3 1940 at Thurrock R.D., Frances Elsie CRABB (b. 22 Oct 1917, d. reg. Q2 1982 at Thurrock R.D.), d. reg. Dec 1991 at Daventry R.D.
                  1. Patricia A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1943 at Thurrock R.D., m. reg. Q4 1962 at Thurrock R.D., Barry T. PAYNE.
                    1. Colette A. PAYNE, b. reg. Q1 1964 at Ely R.D.
              6. Emmie (or Emily) Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 24 Mar 1891 at Brentford or Kew Bridge, Middlesex, b. reg. Q2 1891 at Brentford R.D., chr. 31 Jul 1892 at St. George, Old Brentford, m. 16 Dec 1911 at St. Mary, Frensham, Surrey, m. reg. Q4 1911 at Farnham R.D., Robert Charles SYMES (b. ca. 1887, son of Sidney SYMES, a labourer). In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a waitress for a caterer, living with her sister Gertrude. At her marriage in 1911, of Frensham; Robert was a cycle dealer, of Bishops Waltham, Hampshire; the witnesses Annie Catherine WRIGHT and William SYMES.
                1. Raymond C. SYMES, b. reg. Q2 1920 at Droxford R.D.
                2. Eric S. SYMES, b. reg. Q1 1922 at Droxford R.D.
              7. Bertie SERCOMBE, b. 10 Sep 1892 at Kew Bridge, b. reg. Q4 1892 at Brentford R.D., chr. 23 Oct 1892 at St. George, Old Brentford, m1. reg. Q4 1916 at Alton R.D., Kate E. NEAL (b. ca. 1893, d. reg. Q1 1930 at Farnham R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1931 at Orsett R.D., Alice M. HARTLEY (b. ca. 1896, d. reg. Q4 1956 at Thurrock R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1964 at Aldershot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his parents.
                1. Cyril Bertie SERCOMBE, b. 17 Mar 1917, b. reg. Q2 1917 at Farnham R.D., m. reg. Q3 1945 at Surrey South Western R.D., Evelyn Maude JARMAN (b. 7 Mar 1923, d. reg. Nov 1999 at West Surrey R.D.), d. reg. Nov 1998 at West Surrey R.D.
                2. Horace V. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1918 at Farnham R.D., d. reg. Q1 1919 at Farnham R.D.
                3. Norman Leonard SERCOMBE, b. 17 Sep 1923, b. reg. Q4 1923 at Orsett R.D., d. reg. Dec 2002 at Liskeard R.D.
              8. Winifred Annie "Winnie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Grays, Essex, b. reg. Q3 1894 at Orsett R.D., m. reg. Q4 1918 at Orsett R.D., Walter R. HULL. In 1901, visiting her father's brother Walter. In 1911, a general domestic servant in the STURLEY household at 55 Whitehall Road, Little Thurrock, Essex.
                1. Roy D. HULL, b. reg. Q2 1920 at Orsett R.D.
                2. Desmond R. HULL, b. reg. Q1 1928 at Orsett R.D.
              9. Alfred SERCOMBE, b. 26 May 1896 at Grays, b. reg. Q3 1896 at Orsett R.D., m. reg. Q2 1921 at Orsett R.D., Kathleen B.S. BRAZIER, d. reg. Q4 1970 at Aldershot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a fishmonger, living with his sister Gertrude.
              10. Ernest Herbert SERCOMBE, b. 20 Aug 1898 at Grays, b. reg. Q3 1898 at Orsett R.D., m. reg. Q2 1934 at Orsett R.D., Muriel Irene NASH (b. 12 Feb 1905, d. reg. Q4 1977 at Stratton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1978 at Holsworthy R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Astrid G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1945 at Chelmsford R.D., m. reg. Q4 1966 at Thurrock R.D., Francis J.C. MILES.
                  1. David John SERCOMBE later MILES, b. reg. Q4 1965 at Brentwood R.D., b. rereg. Q4 1966 at Brentwood R.D.
                  2. Kenneth Douglas MILES, b. reg. Q1 1968 at Launceston R.D.
            3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1859 at Harberton, b. reg. Q1 1859 at Totnes R.D., d. reg. Q2 1920 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a domestic servant in the HELSON household at Iron Mills, Dunsford. In 1881, a nurse at the Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster, Devon. In 1891, a general domestic servant, living with her mother. In 1901, an asylum nurse at the Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster. In 1911, a lunatic asylum pensioner, living with her mother.
            4. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1861 at Harberton or Totnes, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Totnes R.D., m. 13 Nov 1881 at St. Matthew, Upper Clapton, Hackney, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1881 at Hackney R.D., Eliza Jane COLLEY (b. ca. 1857 at Devonport, d. reg. Q2 1947 at Hackney R.D., bur. 9 May 1947 in Abney Park Cemetery, London; daughter of John COLLEY, a tailor), d. reg. Q1 1929 at Hackney R.D., bur. 11 Feb 1929 in Abney Park Cemetery. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a farm servant in the GRAY household at Halstow Farm, Dunsford. In 1881, a malt prover, lodging in the LANGDON household at 24 Walsingham Road, Hackney, London. At his marriage later in 1881, a dairyman, of Upper Clapton; Eliza was also of Upper Clapton; the witnesses were Richard SERCOMBE (his brother) and Richard KNOTT. At his daughter's baptism in 1883, a milk carrier, of 1 Navarino Road, Hackney. In 1891, a milk carrier, living at 36 Mount Pleasant Road, Hornsey, Middlesex, with his wife Eliza and their daughter Lillian. In 1901, a tram yard stableman, living at 10 Elizabeth Road, Tottenham, Middlesex, with his wife Eliza and their daughter Lillian. In 1911, a cowman for a dairy, living at 32 Mendip Houses, Bethnal Green, London, with his wife Eliza and their daughter Lilian. At his daughter's marriage in 1913, a dairyman. At his death in 1929, of 93 Gibson Gardens, London N.16. At her death in 1947, Eliza was of 145 Gibson Gardens, Hackney.
              1. Lilian SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Clapton, London, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Hackney R.D., chr. 15 Mar 1883 at St. John at Hackney, m. 23 Mar 1913 at St. John, Bethnal Green, m. reg. Q1 1913 at Bethnal Green R.D., Frederick Arthur HALL (b. ca. 1880, son of James HALL, a chef). In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a sewing machinist, living with her parents. In 1911, a pyjama machinist for an outfitters, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1913, of 37 Mendip Houses, Bethnal Green; Frederick was a printer, of 5 Lee Street, Haggerston; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (probably her father) and Rose May SMITH.
            5. Sarah Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Jul 1863 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1887 at Exeter R.D., James PARR (b. ca. 1858 at Dunsford). In 1871, a scholar, living with her grandmother Jane (a charwoman, b. ca. 1817 at Stoke Canon, Devon, m. BREWER) at Paris Street, Exeter St. Sidwell (in the court behind Sprague's). In 1881, a general domestic servant in the MORTIMER household, at Meadhay, Dunsford. In 1891, living at 3 Bridge Shute, Dunsford, with her husband James (a bootmaker), his brother Walter, and their sons James and William. In 1901, living at 3 Bridge Shute, Dunsford, with her husband James (a boot and shoe maker), their sons James and William, and her husband's brother Walter. In 1911, living at Joices Cottage, Britton Street, Dunsford, with her husband James (a boot and shoe maker), their son William, and her husband's brother Walter.
              1. James PARR, b. ca. 1888 at Dunsford. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. Alive in 1911.
              2. William John PARR, b. ca. Dec 1890 at Dunsford. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his parents.
            6. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 May 1865 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q4 1889 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 18 Nov 1889 at Dunsford. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a miller's pig tender in the HELLIER household at Mill House, Dunsford, together with his sister Alice.
            7. Alice Lilian SERCOMBE (probably twin with Emily), b. ca. 1867 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 11 Dec 1867 at Dunsford, m. 17 Mar 1889 at St. John the Baptist, Hoxton, m. reg. Q1 1889 at Shoreditch R.D., Richard Leslie TILEY (b. ca. 1863 at Clerkenwell, London, son of John Leslie TILEY, a metal worker). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the HELLIER household at Mill House, Dunsford, together with her brother William. At her marriage in Mar 1889, of 51 St. John's Road; Richard was a metal worker, also of 51 St. John's Road; the witnesses were William WILLIAMS and Angelina Hannah TILEY. When Alice registered their son's birth in May 1889, she was of 5 Windsor Street, Islington. In 1891, living at 6 Hardinge Street, Islington, with her husband Richard (a fancy art metal worker), their son Richard, her visiting niece Louisa (daughter of her brother Richard), and a lodger. In 1901, living at 16 Hardinge Street, Islington, with her husband Richard (a silversmith and art medal worker) and their sons Richard, Frederick, Walter, and George. In 1911, living at 176 Liverpool Road, Islington, with her husband Richard (a fancy art metal worker) and their sons Frederick, Walter, George, William, and John.
              1. George SERCOMBE, b. 21 Mar 1889 (?) at 5 Windsor Street, Islington, b. reg. Q2 1889 at Islington R.D., m. 25 Dec 1913 at St. Crispin, Bermondsey, Surrey, m. reg. Q4 1913 at St. Olave Southwark R.D., Florence Kate GOLDING (daughter of William Richard GOLDING, an engineer; b. ca. 1890, d. reg. Q1 1932 at St. Pancras R.D.). In 1891, boarding with Edward and Martha MORTON at 19 Windsor Street, Islington. In 1901, visiting Martha MORTON at 29 Cross Street, Islington. In 1911, a clerk for the tube railway, living at 29 Cross Street, Islington. At his marriage in 1913, a clerk, of 24 Dilston Grove; Florence was of 102 Stocks Road; the witnesses were Frederick Albert GOLDING and Beatrice Florence SNELGROVE. (Probably born a few days before his mother's marriage rather than a few days after. His birth registration gives him as George Sercombe TILEY, son of Alice TILEY, father not stated. At his marriage, he listed his father as Richard Leslie SERCOMBE, a cabinet maker.)
              2. Richard Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1890 at Islington, b. reg. Q1 1890 at Islington R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
              3. Frederick Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1894 at Islington, b. reg. Q3 1894 at Islington R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a government telegraph messenger, living with his parents.
              4. Walter Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1896 at Islington, b. reg. Q2 1896 at Islington R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a government telegraph messenger, living with his parents.
              5. George Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1899 at Islington, b. reg. Q3 1899 at Islington R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              6. William Charles Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1901 at Islington. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              7. John Leslie TILEY, b. ca. 1905 at Islington. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
            8. Emily SERCOMBE (probably twin with Alice Lilian), b. ca. 1867 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 29 Aug 1867 at Dunsford, m. 18 Oct 1894 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1894 at St. Thomas R.D., Frederick Gregory SERCOMBE (relationship remote), d. reg. Q1 1923 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a farm servant in the TAVERNER household, at Greenlane Fulford, Dunsford. In 1891, a general domestic servant in the MOORE household at 52 Queen Street, Exeter St. David. At her marriage in 1894, of Dunsford; Frederick was a carpenter, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were Walter SERCOMBE and Mary Ann SERCOMBE (probably Emily's brother and sister). In 1901 and 1911, living with her husband and family.
            9. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Dec 1869 at Dunsford, m. 26 Oct 1892 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., Walter John SMALLRIDGE (b. ca. 1873, son of John SMALLRIDGE, a blacksmith). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a domestic servant in the POWLESLAND household at Storridge Farm, Dunsford. In 1891, a general domestic servant, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1892, of Dunsford; Walter was a blacksmith, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were James PARR (probably Ellen's sister Sarah's husband) and Mary Ann SERCOMBE (probably Ellen's sister). In 1901, living at 55 Regents Square, Heavitree, with her husband Walter (a scale maker) and their sons Walter, Frederick, and Reginald. In 1911, living at 1 Blagdon Place, Crediton, with her husband Walter (a scalemaker) and their children Walter, Frederick, Reginald, Mabel, Edgar, and Harold.
              1. Walter John SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1894 at Dunsford. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a cabinetmaker, living with his parents.
              2. Frederick George SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1898 at Heavitree. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              3. Reginald William SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1899 at Heavitree. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              4. Mabel May SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1904 at Heavitree. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              5. Edgar Leslie SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1906 at Crediton. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
              6. Harold Edward SMALLRIDGE, b. ca. 1908 at Crediton. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
            10. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1871 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 24 Jan 1872 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 28 Feb 1872 at Dunsford.
            11. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1873 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 26 Mar 1873 at Dunsford, m. 10 May 1909 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1909 at St. Thomas R.D., William Henry SIMMONS (b. ca. 1874 at Moretonhampstead, son of Frank SIMMONS, a laborer). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, patient in the Devon and Exeter Hospital for the Sick Poor, Southernhay, Exeter. In 1901, receiving parochial relief (and suffering from a diseased knee), living with her mother. At her marriage in 1909, ofDunsford; William was a painter, of Moretonhampstead; the witnesses were Walter John SMALLRIDGE (husband of Jessie's sister Ellen) and Samuel SIMMONS. In 1911, living at Fore Street, Moretonhampstead, with her husband William (a house painter).
            12. Walter SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 10 May 1877 at Dunsford, m. 1 Aug 1898 at St. Peter, Camerton, Somerset, m. reg. Q3 1898 at Clutton R.D., Beatrice WOODLAND (b. ca. 1878 at Radeloch or Clandown, Somerset, d. reg. Q3 1956 at Poole R.D., daughter of Charles WOODLANDS, a cellarman), d. reg. Q2 1933 at Holborn R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a wheelwright's apprentice in the HOLMAN household at Reedy Smithy, Dunsford. At his marriage in 1898, a smith, of St. Margarets Leicester; Beatrice was of Camerton; the witnesses were Joseph TAYLOR and Annie CARPENTER. At his son's baptism in 1900, a blacksmith, of 29 Treadgold Street. In 1901, a blacksmith, living at 29 Treadgold Street, Kensington, London, with his wife Beatrice and visiting niece Winnie (daughter of his brother Richard). In 1911, a coachsmith for a bus manufacturer, living at 16 Lowden Road, Lower Edmonton, London, with his wife Beatrice, their children Annie and Willie, and Beatrice's niece.
              1. Alfred George SERCOMBE, b. 1900 at Notting Hill, London, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Kensington R.D., chr. 12 Dec 1900 at St. Clement, Notting Hill, London, d. reg. Q4 1900 at Kensington R.D. Enumerated (crossed out) on his parents' census form in 1911.
              2. Annie Elsie M. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1902 at Plumstead, London, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Woolwich R.D., m. reg. Q2 1926 at Edmonton R.D., Harold R. LANE. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Peter D. LANE, b. reg. Q1 1932 at Poole R.D.
              3. Charles William "Willie" SERCOMBE, b. 2 Oct 1904 at Islington, London, b. reg. Q4 1904 at Islington R.D., m. reg. Q4 1938 at Poole R.D., Cicely BUDDS (b. 24 Apr 1907, d. reg. Jun 1996 at Cambridge R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1983 at Bournemouth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Derek C.W. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1939 at Hemel Hempstead R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1967 at Bournemouth R.D., Moira CLAXTON (b. 19 Oct 1945, d. reg. Sep 1997 at Cambridge R.D.), m2. reg. Feb 2005 at Neath and Port Talbot R.D., Margaret WILLIAMS.
                  1. Anna Louise SERCOMBE, b. 2 Oct 1972, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Epping R.D., d. reg. Q3 1981 at Bedford R.D.
                  2. Vanessa Joy SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1974 at Harlow R.D., m. reg. Jun 2004 at Oxfordshire R.D., Richard S. HARRISON.
                2. Bryan John SERCOMBE, b. 17 Jun 1941, b. reg. Q2 1941 at Poole R.D., m. reg. Q3 1970 at Bournemouth R.D., Janice M. MADDOCKS (m2. reg. Jul 1993 at Bournemouth R.D., Martin A. PRICE), d. reg. Jun 1987 at Ringwood and Fordingbridge R.D.
                  1. Maria Janice SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1973 at Poole R.D., m. reg. Nov 1998 at Bournemouth R.D., Maurice A. LOCKYER.
                    1. James Felix A. LOCKYER, b. reg. Dec 2003 at Bournemouth R.D.
                  2. Mark John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1974 at Poole R.D.
                  3. Amy Joy SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1979 at Poole R.D., m. reg. Aug 2001 at Bournemouth R.D., Jonathan C. CHAMBERS.
                    1. Thomas Douglas J. CHAMBERS, b. reg. Aug 2005 at Poole R.D.
                3. Enid H.M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1948 at Poole R.D., m. reg. Q1 1969 at Bournemouth R.D., Derrick R. EYERS.
                  1. Caroline Jane EYERS, b. reg. Q1 1973 at Poole R.D.
                  2. Beverley Helen EYERS, b. reg. Q2 1975 at Bournemouth R.D.
            13. Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q2 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1891 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother.
            14. (perhaps) Minnie Milford SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1883 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D.
          4. Sarah Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 28 Mar 1830 at Dunsford, m. 31 Dec 1860 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., Richard OLDING or HOLDING. In 1851, an unemployed farm servant, living with her uncle Samuel SERCOMBE. In 1855, of King's Court, Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, an agricultural "labouress", living at Clifford Barton Cottage No. 1, Dunsford, with her husband Richard (an agricultural laborer) and son John.
            1. John Sercombe SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1855 at Dunsford or Doddiscombsleigh, b. reg. Q4 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Dec 1855 at Doddiscombsleigh. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother and stepfather. In 1871, a farm servant in the COLE household at Mayne Farm, Dunsford.
          5. James SERCOMBE, chr. 18 Nov 1832 at Dunsford, m. 24 Jan 1860 at Harberton, m. reg. Q1 1860 at Totnes R.D., Mary Jane ANDREWS (b. ca. 1838 at Harberton, Devon, daughter of Thomas ANDREWS, a laborer, m2. reg. Q4 1871 at Totnes R.D., John CROSSING), d. reg. Q2 1862 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 8 Jun 1862 at Dunsford. In 1843, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to Thomas HELSON. Confirmed 1847. In 1851, an edge tool maker's apprentice in the HELSON household at Iron Mills. At his marriage in 1860, an edge tool maker, of Harberton; Mary was also of Harberton; the witnesses were John ANDREWS and Elizabeth LUSCOMBE. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Dunsford village with his wife Mary Jane and daughter Elizabeth. Lived next door to his brother John in early 1861, but moved to another part of the village by April. In 1871, Mary was a general servant in the EASTLEY household at 4 Southfield Court(?), Paignton, Devon. In 1881, she was living at Trists Court, Kingsbridge, Devon, with her second husband John and daughter Elizabeth.
            1. Elizabeth Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1860 at Harberton, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1860 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q2 1887 at Kingsbridge R.D., Samuel John HOOPPELL (b. ca. 1861 at Bugbury, Devon). In 1871, a scholar, living with her maternal grandparents at Harberton. In 1881, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1891, living at 8 Middle Street, Tynemouth, Northumberland, with her husband Samuel (a Coast Guard boatman) and their son Samuel. In 1901, living at 9 Marine Parade, Withernsea, Yorkshire, with her husband Samuel (a commissioned boatman in H.M. Coast Guard) and their children Samuel, Florence, Edith, Elsie, and Gertrude.
              1. Samuel F. HOOPPELL, b. ca. 1889 at Tynemouth. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
              2. Florence M. HOOPPELL, b. ca. 1892 at South Gare, Kirkleatham, Yorkshire. In 1901, living with her parents.
              3. Edith HOOPPELL, b. ca. 1895 at South Gare. In 1901, living with her parents.
              4. Elsie M. HOOPPELL, b. ca. 1897 at Owthorne, Yorkshire. In 1901, living with her parents.
              5. Gertrude A. HOOPPELL, b. ca. 1899 at Owthorne. In 1901, living with her parents.
          6. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 13 Dec 1835 at Dunsford, m. 12 Apr 1859 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q2 1859 at St. Thomas R.D., Samuel OLDING or HOLDING. Confirmed at Dunsford 1853. In 1861, living at Shillingford Cot, Shillingford, with her husband Samuel (an agricultural laborer), their son, and her father. Ancestor of researcher Brian Turner.
        5. James SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Aug 1801 at Dunsford, m. 25 Sep 1825 at Dunsford, Mary MILFORD (b. ca. 1806 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1869 at Newton Abbot R.D., bur. 23 Mar 1869 at Dunsford), d. reg. Q3 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 10 Sep 1865 at Dunsford. In 1821, a farmer's servant by the year in the WILLS household at Collabridge, Dunsford. At his marriage in Sep 1825, a laborer, of Dunsford; Sarah HOLMAN and William WRIGHT witnessed the marriage. At his son's baptism in Dec 1825, a laborer, of Berry Cross, Dunsford. At his children's baptisms in 1830, 1833, 1835, and 1837, a laborer, of Vicarage Cottage, Dunsford. At his sons' baptisms in 1839 and 1843, a laborer, of Dunsford. At his daughter's burial in 1846, of Vicarage Cottage. At his son's marrriage in 1850, a laborer. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Vicarage Cottage with his wife Mary and their son James. At his children's marriages in 1852-1854, variously a husbandman or a laborer. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Dunsford village with his wife Mary (a laundress), in the same building as their daughter Mary. At his death in 1865, of Dunsford. At Mary's death in 1869, she was of North Bovey.
          1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1825 at Dunsford, chr. 25 Dec 1825 at Dunsford, m. 18 May 1850 at Christow, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1850 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann LONYON (b. ca. 1828 at Christow, daughter of James LONYON, a miner), d. reg. Q2 1866 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 13 May 1866 at Christow. At his marriage in 1850, a laborer, of Court Barton; Ann was of Teign Cottage; Joseph LONYON and William's sister Elizabeth witnessed the marriage. In 1851, a labourer, living at New Road, Christow, with his wife Ann and their son William. At his children's baptisms in 1851, 1853, 1856, and 1858, a miner, of Teign Cottages, Christow. In 1861, a lead miner, living at Teign Terrace, Christow, with his wife Ann, their children William, Mary, Emma, and Ellen, and boarder Thomas POLAMEY (no occupation, b. ca. 1842 at Lisford, Devon). At his death in 1866, of Teign Terrace. In 1871, Ann was a needlewoman, living at Stepsote(?) Hill, Exeter St. Mary Steps, with her daughters Emma, Ellen, and Maria and a lodger. Posthumously at his daughter's marriage in 1878, a laborer.
            1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 15 Mar 1851 at Christow, b. reg. Q2 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Mar 1851 at Christow. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a convict laborer, inmate in Millbank Prison, Westminster, London. In 1881, a farm laborer, convict at Her Majesty's Convict Prison, Portland, Dorset.
            2. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 20 Feb 1853 at Christow. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a general domestic servant in the KINGSTON household at 23 Mount Dinham, Exeter St. David.
            3. Emma SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1856, b. reg. Q1 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 6 Jan 1856 at Christow, d. reg. Q1 1857 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 15 Mar 1857 at Christow.
            4. Emma Louisa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 3 Jan 1858 at Christow, m. 23 May 1885 at Christow, m. reg. Q2 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., William MATTHEWS (b. ca. 1858, son of John MATTHEWS, a laborer). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a servant, living with her mother. In 1881, a servant in the HAYDON household at Hole, Cheriton Bishop, Devon. At her marriage in 1885, of Christow; William was a laborer, also of Christow; the witnesses were Harry PAYNE (her sister Ellen's husband) and Elizabeth Ann MATTHEWS (presumably William's relative).
            5. Beatrice Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1860 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 25 Dec 1878 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., her second cousin Harry PAYNE, d. reg. Q3 1885 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1878, of Dunsford; the witnesses were her sister Emma and William Sercombe PAYNE (Harry's brother).
            6. (perhaps) Thomas SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1861 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1868 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 9 Jun 1868 at Christow.
            7. Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Christow, b. reg. Q2 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1878 at Barton Regis R.D. In 1871, living with her mother.
          2. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1827 at Dunsford, m. 8 Aug 1854 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., her first cousin William SERCOMBE, d. reg. Q4 1900 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, a house servant in the CREALOCK or CRAYLOCK household at 15 South Hill Buildings, Stoke Damerel, Devon.
          3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1830 at Dunsford, chr. 12 Sep 1830 at Dunsford, m. 18 Apr 1853 at St. Thomas, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary Ann GREENSLADE (daughter of John GREENSLADE, a laborer; b. ca. 1831 at Witheridge or Wosseley, Devon, or Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1924 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1900 at Plymouth R.D. In 1841, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to William ESWORTHY of Whidley, Dunsford. Confirmed at Dunsford in 1847. In 1851, a farmer's apprentice in the ESWORTHY household at Whidley, along with his sister Ann and their first cousin John SERCOMBE. In 1852, his future wife Mary Ann was a witness at Ann's marriage. At his marriage in 1853, a servant, of Cowick Street; Mary Ann was also of Cowick Street. In 1861, a railway guard, living at Barrington Street, Tiverton, Devon, with his wife Mary and their children John, Jessie, William, Elizabeth, and James. In 1871, a railway guard, living at Red Cow Village, Exeter St. David, with his wife Mary and their children William, Elizabeth, Mary, Samuel, Frederick, and Charles. In 1881, a railway guard, living at Paragon Place, Exeter, with his wife Mary and their children Mary, James, Frederick, Alfred, and Ernest. In 1891, a railway guard, living at 154 King Street, Plymouth, with his wife Mary and their son Ernest. In 1901, Mary was living on her own means at 6 Neswick Street, Plymouth, Devon. In 1911, she was a pensioner, living at 79 Cambridge Street, Plymouth. Four of her 11 children were alive in 1911.
            1. John Greenslade SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Bristol, b. reg. Q3 1853 at Bedminster R.D., chr. 11 Sep 1853 at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, d. by 1911. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a boy 2nd class, aboard the training ship H.M.S. Ganges, Plymouth Sound, Devon. Joined the Royal Navy, 21 Feb 1872, for 10 years. Served on H.M.S. Royal Adelaide from 1 Jan 1873; rated ordinary seaman, 1 Jun 1873. Transferred to H.M.S. Revenge, 25 Jul 1873. Transferred back to the Royal Adelaide, 16 Jan 1874. Transferred to H.M.S. Narcissus, 27 Jul 1874; rated able seaman, 16 Feb 1876. Transferred back to the Royal Adelaide, 23 May 1877, then back to the Narcissus, 20 Jul 1877. Spent three weeks in jail at Greenock, 9 Mar to 30 Mar 1878. Transferred to H.M.S. Hercules, 9 May 1878. Transferred back to the Royal Adelaide, 24 Aug 1878, spending several spells in the cells and in Bodmin jail. Bodmin was one of two Royal Navy prisons, the other being at Lewes. "So far as is known, there are no surviving records for either establishment" (Ancestors magazine, Oct 2006, p. 71). Transferred to H.M.S. Curaçao, 24 Feb 1880, then back to the Royal Adelaide, 24 Apr 1880. Transferred to H.M.S. Tamar, 5 May 1880, where his character was rated as "indifferent". On 14 May 1880, having served just nine days in the Tamar, spent 40 days in Bodmin jail and was then discharged to shore as "objectionable". (Where in 1881?) On 22 Aug 1888, arrived at Sydney, New South Wales, from Sharpness, Gloucestershire, as an able seaman on the ship Glamis.
            2. Jessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Tiverton, b. reg. Q4 1854 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1888 at Plymouth R.D., Thomas WEEKES (b. ca. 1850 at Newton Ferrers, Devon). In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a servant in the VANSTONE household at Foxhayes, St. Thomas. In 1881, a parlourmaid in the PEARSON household, at 2 Baring Crescent, Exeter Heavitree. In 1891, living at Kilworthy Cottages, Tavistock, Devon, with her husband Thomas (a gardener) and their sons John and Frederick. In 1901, living at 3 Moor View Terrace, Yelverton, Devon, with her husband THomas (a gardener) and their sons John, Frederick, and Thomas. In 1911, living at 12 Beechfield Avenue, Yelverton, with her husband Thomas (a jobbing gardener), their son John, four lodgers, and boarder.
              1. John S. WEEKES, b. ca. 1888 at Newton Ferrers. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a domestic footman, living with his parents.
              2. Frederick WEEKES, b. ca. Jul 1890 at Newton Ferrers. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
              3. Thomas H. WEEKES, b. ca. 1893 at Buckland Monachorum, Devon. In 1901, living with his parents. Alive in 1911.
            3. William Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1856 at Exeter R.D., d. by 1911. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, an errand boy, living with his parents. In 1881, an able seaman aboard the vessel Jackal, at Falmouth, Cornwall.
            4. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1858 at Tiverton, b. reg. Q4 1858 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Q3 1872 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, doing domestic work, living with her parents.
            5. James SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1861 at Tiverton, b. reg. Q2 1861 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Q4 1862 at Tiverton R.D. In 1861, living with his parents.
            6. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Tiverton, b. reg. Q2 1863 at Tiverton R.D., d. by 1911. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents.
            7. Samuel James "Jim" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Willand, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1865 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q1 1893 at Brecknock R.D., Mary JONES (b. ca. 1866 at Tonna or Brynwish, near Neath, Glamorgan, d. reg. Q3 1945 at Neath R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1940 at Neath R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a railway clerk, living with his parents. In 1891, a railway signalman, lodging in the GRICE household at Colbren Villa, Ystradgynlais Higher, Breconshire. In 1901, a railway station master, living at 16 Back Row, Dulais Upper, Glamorgan, with his wife Mary and their children Annie, Jack, and Ernest. In 1911, a railway inspector (traffic), living at Main Road, Cilfrew, Neath, Glamorgan, with his wife Mary and their children Annie, John, Ernest, Frederick, James, and Sidney.
              1. Ann "Annie" May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Cilfrew, Blaenhonddan, near Neath, Glamorgan, b. reg. Q2 1893 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q2 1934 at Neath R.D., Hercules LEWIS. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
              2. John "Jack" Meredith SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1894 at Aberyster, Breconshire, b. reg. Q3 1894 at Brecknock R.D., m. reg. Q3 1919 at St. Neots R.D., Lilian A. HILL (b. ca. 1895, d. reg. Q2 1968 at Neath R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1969 at Neath R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a coal miner, living with his parents.
                1. Florence M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1920 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q2 1948 at Neath R.D., Thomas J. PUGH.
                  1. Susan L. PUGH, b. reg. Q2 1949 at Neath R.D.
                2. Alfred James SERCOMBE, b. 26 Nov 1922, b. reg. Q4 1922 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q2 1947 at Neath R.D., Myra PUGH (b. 24 Aug 1923, d. reg. Oct 1996 at Swansea R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1976 at Haverfordwest R.D.
                  1. Cledwyn SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1948 at Neath R.D.
                  2. Siân SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1957 at Neath R.D., d. reg. Q4 1957 at Neath R.D.
                  3. Delyth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1959 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q4 1977 at Swansea R.D., Alan G. BEYNON.
                    1. Sarah Louise BEYNON, b. reg. Q3 1980 at Neath R.D.
                    2. Jenna Sian BEYNON, b. reg. Q2 1982 at Neath R.D.
                3. Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1925 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q4 1947 at Neath R.D., Kenneth J. ROBINSON.
                  1. Keith J. ROBINSON, b. reg. Q4 1954 at Bedford R.D.
                4. Richard John SERCOMBE, b. 13 Nov 1927, b. reg. Q4 1927 at Neath R.D., d. reg. Jun 1994 at Neath R.D.
              3. Ernest William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1896 at Aberyster or Battle, Breconshire, b. reg. Q4 1896 at Brecknock R.D., m. reg. Q2 1925 at Neath R.D., Janet JONES, d. reg. Q1 1966 at Neath R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a coal miner, living with his parents.
                1. Samuel Donald P. SERCOMBE, b. 23 Aug 1930, b. reg. Q4 1930 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q1 1964 at Pontypridd R.D., Joan HUGHES, d. reg. Sep 1999 at Neath and Port Talbot R.D.
              4. (probably) James Samuel SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1898 at Brecknock R.D., d. reg. Q4 1898 at Brecknock R.D.
              5. (probably) Sydney SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1901 at Neath R.D., d. reg. Q1 1902 at Pontardawe R.D.
              6. Frederick Charles SERCOMBE, b. 16 Oct 1904 at Blaenhonddan, b. reg. Q4 1904 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q3 1929 at Neath R.D., Jennet A. NICHOLAS (m2. reg. Q4 1959 at Watford R.D., Emrys H. ROBERTS), d. reg. Q3 1969 at West Glamorgan R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Sidney Alwyn J. SERCOMBE, b. 1 Feb 1930, b. reg. Q1 1930 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q1 1958 at Westmorland North R.D., Cynthia M. FURNESS, d. reg. Feb 1996 at Watford R.D.
                  1. Stephen J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1959 at Watford R.D.
                  2. Malcolm C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1960 at Watford R.D.
                  3. Joanne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1966 at Watford R.D.
                2. Tyrrell C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1932 at Neath R.D., d. reg. Q2 1941 at Bilston R.D.
                3. Ilona N. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Hendon R.D., m. reg. Q2 1957 at Watford R.D., William J. PETTITT.
                  1. Jeffrey N. PETTITT, b. reg. Q1 1964 at Watford R.D
                  2. Alison Teresa PETTITT, b. reg. Q2 1966 at Luton R.D.
              7. James Albert SERCOMBE, b. 23 Sep 1906 at Blaenhonddan, b. reg. Q4 1906 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Hendon R.D., Charlotte Ruth EARY (b. 24 Nov 1910, d. reg. Nov 1990 at Neath R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1982 at Neath R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. David J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1933 at Hendon R.D., m. reg. Q4 1968 at Neath R.D., Joan BILLINGHAM (b. 18 Jun 1938, d. reg. Nov 2003 at Neath and Port Talbot R.D.).
                  1. James Hywel SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1971 at West Glamorgan R.D., m. reg. Aug 1996 at Swansea R.D., Martha BADHAM.
                    1. Hannah Grace SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 1997 at Neath and Port Talbot R.D.
                    2. Benjamin James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Aug 1999 at Swansea R.D.
                  2. Eluned SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1972 at West Glamorgan R.D., m. reg. Jul 1996 at Cardiff R.D., Jonathan P. COMBER.
                    1. Emily Charlotte COMBER, b. reg. Oct 1999 at Swansea R.D.
              8. Sidney SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Blaenhonddan, b. reg. Q2 1909 at Neath R.D., m. reg. Q4 1938 at Swansea R.D., Evelyn Olwen NICHOLAS (b. 12 Oct 1911, d. reg. Mar 1993 at Swansea R.D.). In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Mary E.A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1939 at Neath R.D.
                2. John Samuel SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1947 at West Glamorgan R.D., m. reg. Q1 1972 at Sutton Coldfield R.D., Patricia Ann "Patsy" McEWAN. Both John and Patsy were registered as veterinary surgeons in Kenya on 13 Oct 1977, with an address in Nairobi. A director of the Jockey Club of Kenya. Patsy is a racehorse trainer.
                  1. Vikki Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Ludlow R.D. In Hong Kong.
                  2. Lesley Jane SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1974 at Hereford R.D. A champion jockey in Kenya. See profile 25 Sep 2011 in the Ndege News.
                  3. Linda Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1974 at Hereford R.D., m. THORPE.
              9. Another child, d. by 1911.
            8. Frederick "Fred" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1868 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1868 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1891 at Plymouth R.D., Rose FOORD (b. ca. 1869 at Newport, Monmouthshire, d. reg. Q1 1956 at Plymouth R.D.). In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a carman, living at 34 St. Johns Road, Plymouth, Devon, with his wife Rose. At his children's baptisms in 1898, a bill poster, of 27 Wyndham Street, Plymouth. At his son's baptism in 1899, an agent, of 27 Wyndham Street, Plymouth. In 1901, a bill poster, living at 88 Cecil Street, Plymouth, with his wife Rose and their children Jessie, Frederick, Clara, and Rose. At his son's baptism in 1902, a bill poster, of 88 Cecil Street, Plymouth. At his son's baptism in 1903, an advertising agent, of 88 Cecil Street, Plymouth. At his son's baptism in 1906, a bill poster, of 2 Hollywood Terrace, Plymouth. In 1911, an engine fitter for the government, living at 48 Harwell Street, Plymouth, with his wife Rose (a housewife) and their children Jessie, Frederick, Winifred, Rose, James, William, and Ernest (four other children having died). Subsequently a hairdresser in Plymouth.
              1. Jessie Florence SERCOMBE, b. 24 Mar 1892 at Paddington, London, b. reg. Q2 1892 at Paddington R.D., chr. 2 Jun 1898 at St. Peter, Plymouth, m. reg. Q2 1912 at Plymouth R.D., William TURNER. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a bookbinder, living with her parents.
                1. Jessie TURNER, b. reg. Q2 1913 at Plymouth R.D.
                2. William TURNER, b. reg. Q3 1914 at Leicester R.D.
                3. Alfred TURNER, b. reg. Q1 1916 at Leicester R.D.
                4. Frederick D. TURNER, b. reg. Q2 1918 at Leicester R.D.
                5. Howard J. TURNER, b. reg. Q3 1935 at Leicester R.D.
              2. Frederick John SERCOMBE, b. 4 Mar 1894 at Clifton, Gloucestershire, b. reg. Q2 1894 at Bristol R.D., chr. 2 Jun 1898 at St. Peter, Plymouth, m. reg. Q3 1919 at Plymouth R.D., Elsie Florence JINKINS (b. 20 Jul 1890, d. reg. Q2 1980 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1938 at Plymouth R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a bill poster, living with his parents.
              3. Clara Winifred or Winifred Clara SERCOMBE, b. 17 Feb 1896 at Clifton, b. reg. Q2 1896 at Barton Regis R.D., chr. 2 Jun 1898 at St. Peter, Plymouth, m. reg. Q4 1918 at Leicester R.D., Alfred F. WESLEY, d. reg. Q4 1974 at Leicestershire Central R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Alfred F. WESLEY, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Leicester R.D.
                2. Winifred F. WESLEY, b. reg. Q4 1921 at Leicester R.D. Ancestor of researcher Angela Liquorish.
              4. (probably) Alfred Thomas F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1897 at Plymouth R.D., d. reg. Q2 1898 at Plymouth R.D.
              5. Ernest SERCOMBE, b. 7 Dec 1898, b. reg. Q1 1899 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 19 Jan 1899 at St. Peter, Plymouth, d. reg. Q3 1899 at Plymouth R.D.
              6. Rose SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1900 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1919 at Plymouth R.D., Frank THOMAS. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Dorothy M. THOMAS, b. reg. Q3 1920 at Plymouth R.D.
                2. Francis. J. THOMAS, b. reg. Q4 1923 at Plymouth R.D.
                3. Winifred R. THOMAS, b. reg. Q1 1925 at Plymouth R.D.
                4. Phyllis J. THOMAS, b. reg. Q1 1927 at Plymouth R.D.
                5. Joyce THOMAS, b. reg. Q3 1928 at Plymouth R.D.
              7. Alfred Edward SERCOMBE, b. 6 Sep 1902, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 6 Sep 1902 at St. Peter, Plymouth, d. reg. Q3 1902 at Plymouth R.D. (Compare Alfred Edward SERCOMBE.)
              8. Sidney James SERCOMBE, b. 7 Sep 1903 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q4 1903 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 15 Oct 1903 at St. Peter, Plymouth, In 1911, living with his parents.
              9. Richard Bernard SERCOMBE, b. 9 Aug 1906, b. reg. Q3 1906 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 6 Sep 1906 at St. Peter, Plymouth, d. reg. Q4 1906 at Plymouth R.D.
              10. William Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 20 Dec 1907 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q1 1908 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Plymouth R.D., Florence D. STOYLE, d. reg. Jul 1991 at Plymouth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Ernest F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1932 at Plymouth R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1956 at Plymouth R.D., Bridget B. NORRIS (m2. reg. Q2 1968 at Plymouth R.D., Maurice J. HEALE), m2. reg. Q4 1964 at Plymouth R.D., Lesley M. PESTER.
                  1. Gary F.P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1957 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Nov 1987 at Plymouth R.D., Heather R. EASTERBROOK.
                    1. David Gary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 1986 and rereg. Jan 1989 at Plymouth R.D.
                    2. Adam John M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Jan 1995 at Plymouth R.D.
                  2. Rebekah F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1965 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Sep 1985 at Plymouth R.D., Shaun D. TASKER.
                    1. Luke Shaun F. TASKER, b. reg. Feb 1986 at Plymouth R.D.
                  3. Victoria Frances A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1970 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Oct 2001 at Plymouth R.D., Paul E.F. HOOPER.
                    1. Kori Francis SERCOMBE or HOOPER, b. reg. Jun 1992 at Plymouth R.D.
                    2. Nathan Paull F. SERCOMBE or HOOPER, b. reg. Jun 1996 at Plymouth R.D.
                2. Graham F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1941 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1971 at Plymouth R.D., Lesley M. SERCOMBE (perhaps his brother's second wife?).
              11. Ernest SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q4 1909 at Plymouth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              12. Hilda M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Plymouth R.D., d. reg. Q4 1912 at Plymouth R.D.
              13. Hilda E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1914 at East Stonehouse R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at Plymouth R.D., Dillwyn LEWIS.
                1. Evelyn J.E. LEWIS, b. reg. Q3 1935 at Plymouth R.D.
                2. Valerie G. LEWIS, b. reg. Q2 1938 at Plymouth R.D.
                3. Diane LEWIS, b. reg. Q4 1951 at Plymouth R.D.
              14. Dorothy M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1917 at Plymouth R.D., d. reg. Q1 1919 at Plymouth R.D.
            9. Charles Albert SERCOMBE, b. 27 or 28 Dec 1869 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1870 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1891 at Plymouth R.D., Hetty Emma Susan TAPP (b. 4 Jan 1866 at Plymouth, Devon, d. 15 Jan 1913 in childbirth, d. reg. Q1 1913 at Newton Abbot R.D.), m2. Q2 1927 at Plymouth R.D. and again Q2 1939 at Newton Abbot R.D., Lilian Carlotta or Lily Charlotte CAMP (b. reg. Q3 1885 at Kingsbridge R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1903 at Devonport R.D., Richard Michael ANGOVE, d. reg. Q4 1961 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1957 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a porter for the Great Western Railway, living at 22 King Street, Plymouth St. Andrew, with his wife Hetty. At his daughter's baptism in 1892, a guard for the Great Western Railway, of 22 King Street, Plymouth. At his daughter's baptism in 1896, a guard for the Great Western Railway, of 34 Prospect Terrace, Newton Abbot. In 1901, a passenger guard for the Great Western Railway, living at 34 Prospect Terrace, Newton Abbot, Devon, with his wife Hetty and their children Hetty, Violet, and Alfred. In 1911, a passenger guard for the Great Western Railway, living at 21 Torquay Road, Newton Abbot, with his wife Hetty and their children Hetty, Violet, Alfred, William, Dorothy, Charles, and Clarence.
              1. Hetty Florence "Floss" SERCOMBE, b. 10 Aug 1892 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q3 1892 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 1 Sep 1892 at St. Peter, Plymouth, m. reg. Q4 1919 at Newton Abbot R.D., Frank RADFORD. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a drapery shop assistant, living with her parents. Frank "was a hero of the Zeebrugge Raid in 1918 where he served with the Royal Marines" (D. Walsh, Royal Marines Historical Society).
              2. A son, twin with Floss, d. at birth.
              3. Violet Marian (or Marianne) SERCOMBE, b. 12 Oct 1896 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q4 1896 at Newton Abbot R.D., chr. 14 Nov 1896 at All Saints, Plymouth, m. reg. Q1 1924 at Plymouth R.D., Frederick R. "Fred" STOYLE. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Doreen V. STOYLE, b. reg. Q1 1933 at Plymouth R.D.
                2. Charles C. STOYLE, b. reg. Q2 1936 at Plymouth R.D.
              4. Alfred Ernest SERCOMBE, b. 12 Jan 1900 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q4 1928 at Newton Abbot R.D., Louisa Frances COOMBE (b. 6 Jan 1902, d. reg. Q1 1979 at Torbay R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1963 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. Worked on the railway at Paignton, Devon.
              5. William John "Bill" SERCOMBE, b. 1 Sep 1902 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q4 1902 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q2 1929 at Totnes R.D., Melina Bessie (or Betty?) MILVERTON (b. 11 May 1908, d. reg. Feb 2001 at Tunbridge Wells R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1972 at Rugby R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Denise "Twinks" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1933 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. Edward "Ted" BROUGHTON.
              6. Dorothy "Doll" SERCOMBE, b. 15 Jan 1906 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1906 at Newton Abbot R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1925 at Plymouth R.D., John "Bill" ENGLISH, m2. reg. Q4 1942 at Plymouth R.D., James S. WINDEATT. In 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Maurice F. ENGLISH, b. reg. Q1 1926 at Plymouth R.D.
              7. Charles Albert SERCOMBE, b. 19 Dec 1908 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1909 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. Aug 1934, m. reg. Q3 1934 at Edmonton R.D., Edith Mary PUTNAM, d. reg. Sep 1986 at Kensington and Chelsea R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. Richard Charles E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Kensington R.D., m. reg. Q3 1964 at Surrey North Western R.D., Susan Jenny WALKER.
                  1. Graham Charles SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1972 at Surrey South Western R.D.
              8. Clarence Henry "Clar" "Harry" SERCOMBE, b. 22 Jan 1911 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q1 1911 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q4 1932 at Farnham R.D., Gertrude Gladys "Gert" COX (b. 21 Jul 1909, d. 1993 in New Zealand), d. 8 Oct 2001 at Wellington Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand. In 1911, living with his parents.
                1. David John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1934 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 21 Dec 1963 at St. Michael's Anglican Church, Kelburn, near Wellington, Dawn Winifred Adele WHITE (b. at Wellington). Emigrated to New Zealand in 1963. Researcher David Sercombe.
                  1. Roger SERCOMBE (twin with Nigel), m. Vanessa CAMBOURNE.
                    1. Keegan May SERCOMBE, b. 1999.
                    2. Piper Beth SERCOMBE, b. 12 Jul 2002.
                  2. Nigel SERCOMBE (twin with Roger), m. Jodi ONGLEY.
                    1. Tom SERCOMBE, b. 1998.
                    2. Max SERCOMBE (twin with Sam), b. 2000.
                    3. Sam SERCOMBE (twin with Max), b. 2000.
              9. A son, b. 15 Jan 1913, d. at birth.
              10. Lilian "Babs" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1922 at Newton Abbot R.D.
              11. John SERCOMBE, b. 27 Oct 1928, b. reg. Q4 1928 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1951 at Newton Abbot R.D., Jean L. or Jeanne SKINNER, d. reg. May 2001 at Teignbridge R.D.
                1. Peter J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1953 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1976 at Newton Abbot R.D., Kathleen "Katie" TOYE or GRATTON.
                  1. David John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1978 at Torbay R.D.
                  2. Debra Jane "Debbie" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1980 at Torbay R.D.
            10. Ernest SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1873 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1895 at Plymouth R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a railway porter, living with his parents.
            11. Another child, d. by 1911.
          4. Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1833 at Dunsford, chr. 27 Jan 1833 at Dunsford, m. 14 Sep 1852 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1852 at St. Thomas R.D., William WHITENOW (see sidebar). Confirmed 1847. In 1851, a house servant in the ESWORTHY household at Whidley, along with her brother John and their first cousin John SERCOMBE. At her marriage in 1852, of Dunsford; William was a husbandman, also of Dunsford; the witnesses were John SERCOMBE (Ann's brother) and Mary Ann GREENSLADE (his future wife). In 1861, a grocery shop keeper, living at Dunsford village with her husband William (an agricultural laborer) and their children Emily, Caroline, and John.
            1. Emily WHITENOW, b. ca. 1852 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents.
            2. Caroline WHITENOW, b. ca. 1855 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents.
            3. John WHITENOW, b. ca. 1858 at Dunsford. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents.
          5. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 19 Apr 1835 at Dunsford, m. 23 Jul 1853 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., John PETHYBRIDGE (b. ca. 1831, son of Joseph PETHYBRIDGE, husbandman). Confirmed at Dunsford 1850.
          6. Eliza SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1837 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Nov 1837 at Dunsford, m. 16 Feb 1861 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1861 at St. Thomas R.D., James PONSFORD. In 1851, a house servant in the TUCKETT household at Dunsford. Confirmed 1853.
          7. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1839 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1839 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 22 Dec 1839 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1869 at Taunton R.D., Elizabeth NOTT (b. ca. 1845 at Bampton, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1923 at Ashton under Lyne R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1918 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, a farm apprentice in the SEWARD household at Dunsford village. In 1861, a carter in the SEWARD household at Upperton Farm, Dunsford. In 1871, a railway porter, living at Obridge, Taunton, Somerset, with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Emma. In 1881, a railway guard, living at Myrtle Place, Barnstaple, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth and children Emma, Albert, Eva, Rhoda, Walter, and Henry. In 1891, a railway goods guard, living at 22 Sunnybank, Barnstaple, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Rhoda, Walter, Sidney, Helen, Victor, and Alice. In 1901, a railway guard, living at 22 Sunnybank, Barnstaple, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Sidney, Victor, and Alice. At his son's marriage in 1902, a railway guard. At his son's marriage in 1908, a guard. In 1911, a jobbing gardener, living at 22 Sunny Bank, Barnstaple, with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Rhoda.
            1. Emma SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1870 at Taunton, b. reg. Q4 1870 at Taunton R.D., d. reg. Q2 1894 at Barnstaple R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general domestic servant in the SEYMOUR household at 80 Black Boy Road, Exeter St. Sidwell.
            2. Albert George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Taunton, b. reg. Q1 1872 at Taunton R.D., m. Julia Ann MOLONEY (b. ca. 1850 or 1862 or 1869 in Wales, d. reg. Q4 1942 at Cork R.D.), d. reg. 1904 in Ireland. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a servant in the GILLISPI household at 13 Lansdown Place, Hove, Sussex. In 1901, Julia was a cook, living at Castletownsend, Castlehaven parish, Co. Cork, with her sister Mary Ellen MOLONEY (b. ca. 1841 or 1865 in Wales) and her son James. In 1911, she was a domestic servant, living at Castletownsend with her sister Mary Ellen and son James.
              1. James Nott SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 in Co. Cork, b. reg. Q4 1898 at Skibbereen R.D., d. reg. Q3 1956 at Skibbereen R.D. In 1901, living with his mother. In 1911, a scholar, living with his mother.
            3. Eva SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Taunton, b. reg. Q2 1873 at Taunton R.D., m. 14 Apr 1900 at St. Andrew's, Leyland, Lancashire, m. reg. Q2 1900 at Chorley R.D., Seth WALMSLEY (b. ca. 1865 at Leyland). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a general domestic servant in the BRANNAN household at 10 Litchdon Street, Barnstaple. In 1911, assisting in her husband's business, living at 58 Towngate, Leyland, with her husband Seth (a baking confectioner), her sister Alice, and an assistant.
            4. (probably) Frank SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1875 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q2 1877 at Barnstaple R.D.
            5. Rhoda May Nott SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Barnstaple St. Peter, b. reg. Q3 1876 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q3 1922 at Dorking R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a domestic servant, living with her parents. In 1901, a barmaid, living with other resident staff at a hotel, 44-46 High Street, Weston Super Mare, Somerset. In 1911, a butcher's clerk, living with her parents.
            6. Walter SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q1 1878 at Barnstaple R.D., m1. 3 Aug 1902 at St. Mary Magdalene, Addiscombe, Surrey, m1. reg. Q3 1902 at Croydon R.D., Jessie HEAD (daughter of John HEAD, a printer, who d. by 1902; b. ca. 1876, d. reg. Q2 1905 at Croydon R.D.), m2. reg. Q4 1907 at Croydon R.D., Mary ALLNUTT (b. ca. 1879 in Sussex, d. reg. Q2 1958 at Wolverhampton R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1947 at Wolverhampton R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a stable boy, living with his parents. In 1901, a stable man, lodging at 21 Jarman's Row, Kensington, London. At his marriage in 1902, a carman, of 7 Oval Road; Jessie was of 93 Oval Road; the witnesses were Henry COLEMAN and Clara COLEMAN. In 1911, a carman, living at 10 Oval Road, East Croydon, Surrey, with his wife Mary, son Arthur, and daughter Hilda.
              1. Arthur George SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jun 1903 in Surrey, b. reg. Q3 1903 at Croydon R.D., m. reg. Q2 1929 at Hereford R.D., Lucy M. EAGLING, d. reg. Q4 1974 at Hereford R.D. In 1911, living with his father and stepmother.
                1. Ronald R. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1930 at Chelsea R.D.
              2. Sidney Walter SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1905 at Croydon R.D., d. reg. Q3 1908 at Croydon R.D.
              3. Hilda May SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jun 1909 at Croydon, b. reg. Q3 1909 at Croydon R.D., m. reg. Q1 1956 at Wolverhampton R.D., Frederick G. FROST. In 1911, living with her parents.
            7. (probably) George SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q4 1879 at Barnstaple R.D.
            8. Henry John SERCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1880 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q4 1880 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q3 1886 at Barnstaple R.D. In 1881, living with his parents.
            9. Sydney Charles SERCOMBE, b. Jan 1883 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Barnstaple R.D., m. 20 Apr 1908 at Holy Saviour, Croydon, Surrey, m. reg. Q2 1908 at Croydon R.D., Caroline PACKER (b. ca. 1888 at Croydon, daughter of Frederick Arthur PACKER, a harnessmaker). In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a groom, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1908, a coachman, of 13 Windmill Grove, Croydon; Caroline was of the same address; the witnesses were Caroline's father and Emily PACKER. At his son's baptism in 1909, a coachman, of 62 Southbridge Road, Croydon. In Apr 1911, a domestic coachman, living at 5 Duppas Hill Lane, Croydon, with his wife Caroline and their son Frank. Emigrated to Canada in 1911, sailing from Liverpool to Quebec. In Jun 1911, a coachman, lodging at 127 George Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Caroline and her son Frank sailed from Liverpool to Quebec on the Corsican, arriving 5 Jul 1912, destination Hamilton, Ontario.
              1. Frank Sydney SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1909 at Croydon, b. reg. Q1 1909 at Croydon R.D., chr. 18 Apr 1909 at St. Andrew, Croydon. In 1911, living with his parents. In 1912, sailed from Liverpool to Quebec with his mother.
              2. Violet SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1909 at Croydon R.D., d. reg. Q4 1909 at Croydon R.D.
              3. Victor SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1911 at Croydon R.D., d. reg. Q1 1911 at Croydon R.D.
            10. Helen (or Ellen) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q4 1884 at Barnstaple R.D., m. reg. Q3 1905 at Barnstaple R.D., either Frederick John LEWIS or William MORRISH. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a general domestic servant, living in the MOON household at 76 High Street, Barnstaple.
            11. Victor Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q4 1886 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q1 1905 at Barnstaple R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an art potter, living with his parents.
            12. Alice Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1889 at Barnstaple, b. reg. Q1 1889 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q4 1964 at Ashton R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a baking confectioner, living with her sister Eva (and presumably employed by her husband).
            13. (probably) Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1895 at Barnstaple R.D., d. reg. Q3 1895 at Barnstaple R.D.
          8. James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q3 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Jul 1843 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q4 1866 at Taunton R.D., Elizabeth BURSTON or BURSTOW (b. ca. 1843 at Coombe Florey or Combe Hay or Coombe Howly, Somerset, d. reg. Q2 1908 at West Ham R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1885 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), bur. 12 Nov 1885 at Englishcombe, Somerset. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a carter, apprentice in the SEWARD household at Townsend Farm, Dunsford. In 1871, a policeman in the Somerset Constabulary, living at Huish Champflower, Somerset, with his wife Elizabeth and their sons Henry and John. At his son's baptism in 1872, a policeman. In 1881, a police constable, living at Dunkerton, Somerset, with his wife Elizabeth (a dressmaker) and their children James, John, William, Frank, Edwin, George, and Louisa. At his children's baptisms in 1883 and 1884, a policeman, of Inglescombe. At his death in 1885, of Inglescombe. Posthumously at his daughter's baptism in 1886, a policeman, of Inglescombe. In 1891, Elizabeth was living at Ten Acres, Englishcombe, with her children William, Frank, George, Louisa, Maud, Charles, and Amelia. In 1901, she was living at 7 Suffolk Park Road, Walthamstow, Essex, with her children John, William, Edwin, Charles, and Amelia, and her grandchildren John and Daisy. Posthumously in 1909 at his daughter Amelia's marriage, a police constable.
            1. Henry James SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Coombe Florey or Combe Hay, b. reg Q3 1867 at Taunton R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, an office boy, living with his parents.
            2. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1869 at Taunton, Somerset, b. reg. Q1 1870 at Taunton R.D., m1. 13 Jan 1894 at Pontefract, Yorkshire, m1. reg. Q1 1894 at Pontefract R.D., Mary Ann IGOE (b. ca. 1871 at York, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q4 1871 at York R.D., d. reg. Q2 1939 at Leeds R.D., daughter of Martin IGOE, an architect), m2.(?) Lydia (b. ca. 1883). In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1891?) At his marriage in 1894, a laborer, of York Street, Tanshelf; Mary Ann was of the same address; the witnesses were Charles COCKER and Nellie CARROLL. At his daughter Daisy's baptism in 1898, a laborer, of 14 Surrey Row. In 1901, a general laborer, living with his mother and listed on the census as a widower, but in fact Mary Ann was visiting the GERARD family at 12 Brass Street, Leeds, Yorkshire, with her son James. In 1904, a miner, residence Chelsea, sailed from Liverpool with his wife Lydia on the ship Campania, arriving at Ellis Island, New York, on 20 Feb 1904, destination New York. When his brother Charles emigrated in 1910, of 281½ Second Street, Jersey City, New York. In 1911, Mary Ann was a tailoress (machinist), describing herself as single but using the surname SERCOMBE, living at 2 Attack(?) Place, Corn(?) Hill, Leeds, with her sons William and Walter.
              1. John Willie SERCOMBE, b. 5 Oct 1895 at Failsworth, Manchester, Lancashire, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Prestwich R.D., m. 1917 at St. Mark, Lyncombe, Somerset, m. reg. Q4 1917 at Bath R.D., Emily Esther WATTS (b. 16 Jan 1896, d. reg. Q1 1978 at South East Hampshire R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1969 at Portsmouth R.D. In 1901, living with his father and paternal grandmother. In 1911, an office clerk at an iron foundry, living with his father's sister Mary (who gave his birthplace as Pontefract, Yorkshire).
                1. Doris Daisy May SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), m. reg. Q2 1939 at Portsmouth R.D., Leslie T.C. JOHNSTON.
                  1. David J.L. JOHNSTON, b. reg. Q2 1940 at Gosport R.D.
              2. Daisy Louise SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Blackfriars, London, b. reg. Q4 1898 at St. Saviour Southwark R.D., chr. 9 Oct 1898 at All Hallows, Southwark, d. reg. Q1 1916 at Bath R.D. (Bath Rural subdistrict). In 1901, living with her father and paternal grandmother. In 1911, at school, living with her father's sister Mary.
              3. James Arnold SERCOMBE, b. 22 Mar 1900 at York or Waltham, London, m. at Box, Wiltshire, m. reg. Q1 1931 at Chippenham R.D., Phyllis Gertrude B. DREW (b. 18 Jun 1903, d. reg. Nov 1994 at Trowbridge R.D.), d. reg. Mar 1989 at Trowbridge R.D. In 1901, living with his mother. In 1911, living with his father's sister Mary.
                1. Maurice J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1933 at Chippenham R.D. (Corsham subdistrict), d. reg. Q3 1933 at Chippenham R.D.
                2. Michael C. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Chippenham R.D. (Corsham subdistrict), m. reg. Q4 1962 at Trowbridge R.D., Heather F.D. NICHOLLS (b. 1 Nov 1939, d. reg. May 2000 at Trowbridge R.D.).
                  1. Christopher P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Trowbridge R.D.
                  2. Russell R. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1965 at Trowbridge R.D.
              4. William SERCOMBE, b. 21 Sep 1905 at Leeds, b. reg. Q3 1905 at Leeds R.D., m. 1930 at Isle Lane Methodist Chapel, Holbeck, Leeds, m. reg. Q2 1930 at Leeds South R.D., Sophia Ellen EDGAR (b. 11 Mar 1906, d. reg. Q4 1977 at Leeds R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1975 at Leeds R.D. In 1911, living with his mother.
                1. Eric SERCOMBE, b. 18 Nov 1931, b. reg. Q4 1931 at Leeds South R.D., m. reg. Q1 1953 at Leeds R.D., Irene McMANUS, d. reg. Oct 1995 at Leeds R.D.
                  1. Lesley SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1953 at Leeds R.D., m. reg. Q3 1975 at Leeds R.D., Stephen P. GASCOIGNE.
                  2. Kay SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1955 at Leeds R.D., m. reg. Q3 1975 at Leeds R.D., Richard J. ANDERSON.
                    1. Mark Richard ANDERSON, b. reg. Q1 1977 at Leeds R.D.
                2. Eunice SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1938 at Leeds South R.D., m. reg. Q4 1960 at Salisbury R.D., William T. THOMSON.
                  1. Eric Taylor THOMSON, b. reg. Q3 1969 at Andover R.D.
                  2. Lianne Patricia THOMSON, b. reg. Q3 1973 at Andover R.D.
                3. Shirley SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1945 at Leeds R.D., m. reg. Q3 1962 at Leeds R.D., Charles A. OWEN.
                  1. Kenneth C. SERCOMBE or OWEN, b. reg. Q1 1962 and Q4 1963 at Leeds R.D.
                  2. Christopher T. OWEN, b. reg. Q4 1963 at Leeds R.D.
                  3. Karen S. OWEN, b. reg. Q4 1964 at Leeds R.D.
                  4. Peter Melvin OWEN, b. reg. Q1 1967 at Leeds R.D.
                  5. Sharron Marie OWEN, b. reg. Q2 1969 at Leeds R.D.
                  6. Angela Gail OWEN, b. reg. Q1 1972 at Leeds R.D.
              5. Walter SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Leeds, m1. 1933 at St. Peter, Leeds, m1. reg. Q2 1933 at Leeds North R.D., Frances MORRITT (b. ca. 1910, d. reg. Q1 1961 at Leeds R.D.), m2. reg. Q3 1964 at Leeds R.D., Ada SQUIRES. In 1911, living with his mother.
            3. William Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Huish Champflower, chr. 4 Feb 1872 at Huish Champflower, b. reg. Q1 1872 at Dulverton R.D., d. reg. Q4 1952 at Essex South Western R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891 and 1901, a general laborer, living with his mother. In 1908, residence 9 Rember Avenue, Walthamstow, and listed as next of kin by his brother George. In 1911, a general laborer in the building trade, lodging at 3 Walpole Street, Walthamstow.
            4. Frank SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Chipstable, Somerset, b. reg. Q1 1874 at Wellington Somerset R.D., m. at Holywell Cross, m. reg. Q2 1895 at Chesterfield R.D., Hannah SHEPHERD (b. ca. 1875 at Clay Cross or North Wingfield, Derbyshire, d. reg. Q2 1939 at Keighley R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1919 at Keighley R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a gamekeeper, living with his mother. In 1901, a police constable, living at Whitehall Road, Drighlington, Yorkshire, with his wife Hannah and their children Arthur, Lilian, and Gladys. In 1911, a police constable for the West Riding County Council, living at 32 Rupert Street, Keighley, Yorkshire, with his wife Hannah and their children Arthur and Gladys.
              1. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 22 Sep 1895 at Clay Cross or North Wingfield, b. reg. Q4 1895 at Chesterfield R.D., m. reg. Q3 1921 at Keighley R.D., Gertrude A. AUTY (b. ca. 1895, d. reg. Q2 1964 at Worth Valley R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1972 at Lancaster R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a punch minder at a worsted yarn mill, living with his parents.
                1. Frank Auty SERCOMBE, b. 6 Oct 1922, b. reg. Q4 1922 at Keighley R.D., m. reg. Q2 1945 at Keighley R.D., Peggy SMITH (b. ca. 1923, d. 22 Feb 2012 at Airedale General Hospital, funeral 2 Mar 2012 at Nab Wood Crematorium), d. reg. Q4 1974 at Bradford R.D. At her death in 2012, Peggy was of Bingley; see her death notice in the Bradford Telegraph and Argus, 27 Feb 2012.
                  1. Carol Pauline SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1946 at Keighley R.D., m. reg. Q4 1968 at Worth Valley R.D., Barry C. SAYER.
                    1. Joanne Lesley SAYER, b. reg. Q1 1970 at Worth Valley R.D.
                    2. Jeanette Carol SAYER, b. reg. Q1 1972 at Worth Valley R.D.
                  2. Patricia A. "Tricia" SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1946 at Keighley R.D., m. reg. Q3 1970 at Worth Valley R.D., Allan S. MARSTON.
                    1. Nicola Jane MARSTON, b. reg. Q3 1972 at Worth Valley R.D.
                    2. Clare Louise MARSTON, b. reg. Q3 1976 at Rochdale R.D.
                2. Audrey M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1926 at Keighley R.D., m. reg. Q2 1948 at Worth Valley R.D., John B. "Jack" WHITWHAM.
                  1. Simon A. WHITWHAM, b. reg. Q3 1949 at Worth Valley R.D.
                  2. Terence J. WHITWHAM, b. reg. Q2 1953 at Worth Valley R.D.
              2. Lilian SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1897 at Clay Cross, b. reg. Q1 1897 at Chesterfield R.D., d. reg. Q1 1916 at Wakefield R.D., bur. 17 Jan 1916 at Drighlington. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a patient in the West Riding Lunatic Asylum, Stanley Road, Wakefield, Yorkshire. At her death in 1916, of the West Riding Asylum, Wakefield.
              3. Gladys SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Wibsey, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q3 1898 at North Bierley R.D., m. reg. Q4 1921 at North Bierley R.D., William C. GREENWOOD. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school part time and a doffer at a worsted yarn mill, living with her parents.
                1. Gwendolene GREENWOOD, b. reg. Q4 1923 at North Bierley R.D.
              4. Minnie SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1900, b. reg. Q3 1900 at North Bierley R.D., d. reg. Q4 1900 at North Bierley R.D., bur. 5 Oct 1900 at Drighlington. At her death, of Drighlington.
            5. Edwin SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at Chipstable or Temple Cloud, Somerset, b. reg. Q1 1876 at Wellington Somerset R.D., m. 26 Dec 1901 at St. John the Evangelist, Walthamstow, m. reg. Q4 1901 at West Ham R.D., Eliza CHIVERS (b. ca. 1877 at Peasedown St. John, Somerset, d. reg. Q4 1941 at Birmingham R.D.; daughter of Isaac CHIVERS, a coal miner), d. reg. Q1 1947 at Birmingham R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, an errand boy, servant in the NEATE household at The Close, Englishbatch, near Englishcombe. In Mar 1901, a general laborer, living with his mother. At his marriage in Dec 1901, a laborer, of 8 Tavistock Avenue, Walthamstow; Eliza was also of Tavistock Avenue; the witnesses were Edwin's brother William Henry and sister Mary. (Note that Edwin's sister Louisa was married the same day in the same church.) In 1911, a public works contractor and general foreman, living at Belmont, Yardley Road, Yardley, Birmingham, with his wife Eliza, their children William, Edith, Arthur, Gordon, and Ethel, and Eliza's sister Emma CHIVERS (a companion and mother's help, b. ca. 1874 at Peasedown St. John).
              1. William Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 8 Nov 1902 at Walthamstow, b. reg. Q4 1902 at West Ham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1924 at Kings Norton R.D., Gladys HARPER (b. 8 Jan 1903, d. reg. Jul 1990 at Birmingham R.D), d. reg. Q2 1978 at Birmingham R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Stanley Edwin SERCOMBE, b. 13 Oct 1924, b. reg. Q4 1924 at Birmingham South R.D., m. reg. Q4 1944 at Birmingham R.D., Constance May DUTSON (b. 20 Jan 1922, d. reg. Apr 2001 at Lichfield R.D.), d. reg. Jul 2002 at Lichfield R.D.
                  1. Edwin J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Ilford R.D., m. reg. Q3 1969 at Birmingham R.D., Christine LEWIS.
                2. Harold W. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1926 at Birmingham South R.D.
                3. Joan M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1928 at Birmingham South R.D., m. reg. Q2 1949 at Birmingham R.D., Thomas PRICE.
                  1. Barrie A. PRICE, b. reg. Q4 1953 at Birmingham R.D.
                  2. Trevor M. PRICE, b. reg. Q2 1956 at Birmingham R.D.
                4. June P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1936 at Birmingham R.D., m. reg. Q4 1959 at Birmingham R.D., Paul R. BEESLEY.
                  1. Carol E. BEESLEY, b. reg. Q2 1961 at Meriden R.D.
                  2. Helen C. BELSLEY, b. reg. Q1 1963 at Birmingham R.D.
                  3. Susan Veronica BELSLEY, b. reg. Q1 1967 at Birmingham R.D.
                5. John G. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1944 at Birmingham R.D., m. reg. Q1 1974 at Birmingham R.D., Joan E. HIPKISS.
              2. Edith Beatrice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Walthamstow, b. reg. Q1 1904 at West Ham R.D., m. reg. Q4 1926 at Birmingham South R.D., George R. GLOVER. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
                1. Maurice J. GLOVER, b. reg. Q1 1929 at Birmingham South R.D.
              3. Arthur Alfred SERCOMBE, b. 10 May 1906 at Birmingham, b. reg. Q2 1906 at Aston R.D., m. reg. Q2 1934 at Birmingham R.D., Gladys E. COTTERILL, d. reg. Q4 1970 at Bournemouth R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Cherry H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1941 at Solihull R.D., m. reg. Q2 1967 at Solihull R.D., Barrie T. WILKINS.
                  1. Brian Andrew WILKINS, b. reg. Q2 1967 at Birmingham R.D.
                  2. Stephen Bruce WILKINS, b. reg. Q3 1968 at Birmingham R.D.
              4. Gordon Stanley SERCOMBE, b. 17 Oct 1907 at Birmingham, b. reg. Q4 1907 at Aston R.D., m. reg. Q3 1937 at Birmingham R.D., Dora G. HAYNES (m2. reg. Q1 1946 at Birmingham R.D., Albert STABLEFORD), m2. reg. Q2 1946 at Birmingham R.D., Beryl BARNES (b. 28 Dec 1923, d. reg. Oct 1999 at Hastings and Rother R.D.), d. reg. May 1987 at Hastings and Rother R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
              5. Albert Morton SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1909 at Solihull R.D., d. reg. Q1 1910 at Solihull R.D.
              6. Ethel Joy SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1911 at Yardley, b. reg. Q1 1911 at Solihull R.D., m. reg. Q3 1938 at Birmingham R.D., Alfred J. NAYLON. In 1911, living with her parents.
                1. Roger J. NAYLON, b. reg. Q2 1942 at Birmingham R.D.
              7. Gilbert Henry SERCOMBE, b. 18 Sep 1912, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Aston R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1939 at Birmingham R.D., May R. SORRILL (m2. reg. Q1 1951 at Birmingham R.D., Sydney BURROWS), m2. reg. Q3 1950 at Thanet R.D., Florence Louisa LAMBOURNE (b. 27 Dec 1913, m1. reg. Q1 1932 at Southwark R.D., John W. HILLINGS, d. reg. Jul 1986 at Hastings and Rother R.D.), d. reg. Dec 1987 at Hastings and Rother R.D.
                1. Jon A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1943 at Birmingham R.D.
            6. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1877 at Temple Cloud or Bath, Somerset, b. reg. Q4 1877 at Clutton R.D. (Harptree subdistrict). In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, an agricultural laborer, living with his mother. Some time before 1908, lived in New York for five years. In 1908, a miner, residence Walhamstow (Walthamstow?), sailed from Southampton 20 May 1908 on the ship Oceanic, arriving at Ellis Island, New York, on 27 May 1908, destination (not as a immigrant) 33 Manhattan Avenue, New York.
            7. Louisa Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Dunkerton, b. reg. Q4 1879 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), m. 26 Dec 1901 at St. John the Evangelist, Walthamstow, m. reg. Q4 1901 at West Ham R.D., Fred HOLVEY (b. ca. 1876, son of Joseph HOLVEY). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, at home, living with her mother. In Mar 1901, a hotel house chambermaid at the Devonshire House Hotel, 12 Bishopsgate Street, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London. At her marriage in Dec 1901, of Tavistock Avenue, Walthamstow; Fred was a coal miner, of 8 Tavistock Avenue; the witnesses were Lily Amelia HOLVEY and Louisa's brother John SERCOMBE. (Note that Louisa's brother Edwin was married the same day in the same church.)
            8. Annie SERCOMBE, b. Jun 1881, b. reg. Q2 1881 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), d. reg. Q3 1882 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), bur. 20 Sep 1882 at Englishcombe. At her death in 1882, of Englishcombe.
            9. Alice Maude or Maud Mary SERCOMBE, b. 24 Jan 1883 at Englishcombe, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), chr. 4 Mar 1883 at Englishcombe, d. reg. Q1 1970 at Bath R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, a housemaid in the SEARLE household at 36 Stratford Road, Kensington, London. When her brother Charles emigrated in 1910, of 115 Coronation Avenue, Bath. In 1911, living at 115 Coronation Court, Bath, with her brother John's children John, Daisy, and James.
            10. Charles Leonard SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Englishcombe or Dunkerton, chr. 28 Dec 1884 at Englishcombe, b. reg. Q1 1885 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), m1. ca. 1915 Adelaide (b. ca. 1882 in England), m2. ca. 1926 Henrietta BAUMGARTEN (b. ca. 1891 in New York, d. 1940). In 1891, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1901, living with his mother. In 1909, a witness at his sister Amelia's marriage in Bath. On 16 Mar 1910, sailed from Southampton on the Philadelphia, arriving at New York on 24 Mar 1910. On the passenger manifest, listed his sister Maud Mary as his nearest relative in England, his own most recent permanent residence as London, and his destination as Jersey City to join his brother John. Naturalized as a U.S. citizen in 1916. In 1920, a construction laborer, living at 75 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, with his wife Adelaide and their son Charles. In 1930, a construction worker for a contractor, living at 111-16 172nd Street, Jamaica, Queens, New York, with his wife Henrietta, his son Charles, and Henrietta's mother.
              1. Charles Boyce SERCOMBE, b. 1 Feb 1918 in New York, m. Janet Doris FRAYNE. In 1920, living with his parents. In 1930, living with his father and stepmother.
                1. Jennifer SERCOMBE.
                2. Wendy SERCOMBE.
                3. Charles SERCOMBE. Editor of the Hamtramck Review in Hamtramck, Michigan.
            11. Amelia Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at Englishcombe, b. reg. Q1 1886 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict), chr. 23 May 1886 at Englishcombe, m. 3 Apr 1909 at The Ascension, Claude Avenue, Bath, m. reg. Q2 1909 at Bath R.D., Albert DURBIN (b. ca. 1884, son of Thomas DURBIN, a miner). In 1891 and 1901, living with her mother. At her marriage in 1909, of 115 Coronation Avenue, South Twerton; Albert was a miner, of Peasedown St. John; the witnesses were Charles L. SERCOMBE (Amelia's brother) and Ellen DURBIN.
              1. Stanley DURBIN, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Bath R.D. (Twerton subdistrict).
              2. Percy R. DURBIN, b. reg. Q3 1920 at Clutton R.D.
          9. Emma SERCOMBE, chr. 7 Oct 1846 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1846 at St. Thomas R.D., d. aged 4 days, d. reg. Q4 1846 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 13 Oct 1846 at Dunsford. At her death in 1846, of Vicarage Cott.
        6. Samuel SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Mar 1805 at Dunsford, m. 15 Mar 1831 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, Mary SHILSTONE (chr. 27 Dec 1807 at Dunsford, d. 12 Jun 1887 at Plymouth, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1887 at Plymouth R.D.), d. 29 May 1878 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q2 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 2 Jun 1878 at Dunsford. In 1821, living with his parents. In 1832-34, a laborer, of Berry Cross. At his son's baptism in 1844, a laborer, of Symonds Cott, Dunsford. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Symonds, Dunsford, with his wife Mary, their children Maryann and George, his nephew William SERCOMBE, and his niece Ann SERCOMBE. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Symons Cottage, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and their children Mary Ann and George. At his daughter's marriage in 1864, a laborer. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living at Symons Cott No. 1, Dunsford, with his wife Mary and a lodger.
          1. John SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Feb 1832 at Dunsford, m. (when and where?) Elizabeth HUBBER (b. ca. 1834 at Dunsford, d. reg. Q1 1906 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1918 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1843, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford to William ESWORTHY of Whidley Farm. Confirmed in 1847. In 1851, a farmer's apprentice in the ESWORTHY household at Whidley, Dunsford, along with his first cousins John SERCOMBE and Ann SERCOMBE. At his son's baptism in 1856, of Symonds Cott, Dunsford. At his daughter's baptism in 1858, of Dunsford. In 1861, an ostler, living at Bedford Street, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth, their children Francis, Emily, and Harry, and a lodger. In 1862, of Dunsford. In 1871, a postboy, living at Bedford Street, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth (a housekeeper) and their children Francis, Emily, and Harry. In 1881, a coachman, living at St. Lawrence's Court, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth, their son Harry, and Elizabeth's parents. In 1891, an innkeeper, living at the Boot Inn, 47a Bedford Street, Plymouth, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth, their grandson Francis (son of their son Harry), and Elizabeth's sister Sarah. Note that John's brother George ran the Bedford Hotel at 1 Bedford Street in 1881 and 1891. In 1901, an innkeeper, living at 105 Exeter Street, Plymouth, with his wife Elizabeth and her sister Sarah. In 1911, an old age pensioner and retired licensed victualler, living with his brother George.
            1. William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 25 Mar 1855 at Dunsford, d. age 11 weeks, d. reg. Q2 1855 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 3 Jun 1855 at Dunsford. At his death in 1855, of Dunsford.
            2. Francis SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Dunsford, b. reg. Q4 1856 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 2 Nov 1856 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q1 1881 at Exeter R.D., Ellen TOWELL (daughter of Charles TOWEL, a seaman; b. ca. 1857 at Exeter, m2. 5 Nov 1905 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, m2. reg. Q4 1905 at Exeter R.D., Joseph GRAY, d. reg. Q3 1929 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1905 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a stable boy, living with his parents. In 1881, a bus coachman, living at 174 Sidwell Street, Exeter, with his wife Ellen and their (or her?) daughter Ellen. At his daughter's birth in 1885, a coachman, of 8 Regents Square, Heavitree, Devon. In 1891, a bus driver, living at 8 Regents Square, Heavitree. (Where was Ellen in 1891?) In 1901, a cab driver, living at 8 Regents Square, Heavitree, with his wife Ellen and their children Francis and Ellen. At her second marriage in 1905, Ellen was of Friars Terrace; Joseph was a laborer, of Kimberley Road. In 1911, she was a general servant, charing, living at 32 Regents Square, Heavitree, with her daughter Nellie. Posthumously, at his daughter's marriage in 1912, occupation illegible.
              1. Ellen SERCOMBE (perhaps a stepdaughter?), b. ca. 1876 at Bideford, Devon. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. (Where after 1881?)
              2. Elizabeth Beatrice or Beatrice Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 30 Oct 1885 at 8 Regents Square, Heavitree, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1885 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1908 at Exeter R.D., Herbert Albert PEARCE (b. ca. 1882 at Exeter). (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a housemaid in the MUNRO household at Mt. Vernon, Exeter. In 1911, living at 6 East Wonford Hill, Heavitree, with her husband Herbert (a shop porter for a picture framer) and their daughter Lillian.
                1. Lillian PEARCE, b. ca. 1908 at Exeter. In 1911, living with her parents.
                2. Another child, d. by 1911.
              3. Emily Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at Heavitree, b. reg. Q3 1887 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Apr 1912 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1912 at Exeter R.D., Frank Richard BEAVIS (b. ca. 1887, son of William BEAVIS, a railway man). (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a general domestic servant in the WEEKS household at 2 Richmond Grove, Heavitree. In 1911, a housemaid at the West of England Eye Infirmary, Magdalen Street, Exeter. At her marriage in 1912, of the Eye Infirmary, Magdalen Street, Exeter; Frank was a leading cook's mate in the Royal Navy, of H.M.S. Devonshire; the witnesses were Leonard Bretred BEAVIS and Rose Mary THORNE.
                1. Ellen I. BEAVIS, b. reg. Q2 1916 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Frank W. BEAVIS, b. reg. Q4 1920 at Exeter R.D.
                3. Marjorie J. BEAVIS, b. reg. Q4 1928 at Exeter R.D.
              4. Francis John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1892 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1906 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, living with his parents.
              5. Ellen Irene "Nellie" SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q2 1912 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her mother.
            3. Emily SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Nov 1858 at Dunsford, m. 13 Mar 1881 at St. Lawrence, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1881 at Exeter R.D., James HONYWILL (son of James HONYWILL, a laborer), d. by 1911. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1881, of St. Lawrence Place; James was a hotel servant, of Plymouth; the witnesses were Francis SERCOMBE (Emily's brother) and W. BURNS.
            4. Harry SERCOMBE, b. ca. Nov 1860 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1861 at Exeter R.D., m. (when and where?) Laura KINGDON (b. ca. 1854 at Rackenford, Devon, m2. reg. Q2 1897 at Exeter R.D., Walter MATTHEWS, who was b. ca. 1848 at Budleigh Salterton, Devon), d. reg. Q1 1891 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a coachman, living with his parents, listed as unmarried; his "wife" Laura was living at Paul Street, Exeter, listed as "wife of a coachman at service". In 1891, Laura was a charwoman, living at 2 Laurence's Place, Exeter, with her children Emily and Harry. In 1901, she was living at 5 Guinea Street, Exeter, with her second husband Walter (a brick laborer), her children John, Francis, Emily, and Harry SERCOMBE, and Walter's children Edward Lewis and Alfred Ernest MATTHEWS (b. ca. 1893 and 1897 at Exeter). Posthumously at his son's marriage in May 1910, a laborer, and at his daughter's marriage in Dec 1910, a coachman. In 1911, Laura was a paper sorter at a paper mill, living at 4 King Street, Exeter, with her husband Walter (a general laborer) and her son Henry John.
              1. John Henry or Henry John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1884 at Exeter R.D., m. 24 Dec 1911 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1911 at Exeter R.D., Alice Eva LOWE (daughter of Samuel LOWE, a miner). (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a tanyard laborer, living with his mother and stepfather. In Apr 1911, a general laborer, living with his mother and stepfather. At his marriage in Dec 1911, a stoker, of 4 King Street; Alice was of 6 Haldon View; the witnesses were Francis SERCOMBE (presumably John's brother) and Maud Florence BRAUND.
                1. Ethel M. SERCOMBE (twin with Eva), b. reg. Q2 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1913 at St. Thomas R.D.
                2. Eva M. SERCOMBE (twin with Ethel), b. reg. Q2 1913 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1913 at St. Thomas R.D.
                3. Henry John SERCOMBE, b. 16 Dec 1915, b. reg. Q1 1916 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1938 at Exeter R.D., Gladys M. STADDON (b. ca. 1913, d. reg. Q4 1941 at Exeter R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1944 at Exeter R.D., Dorothy Nora R.A. WOODLAND (b. 3 Oct 1917, d. reg. Dec 1996 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Oct 1996 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Mervyn J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1941 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1964 at Devon Central R.D., Susan HILL.
                    1. Anne Marie SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1967 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Joanne SERCOMBE, b. 24 Jul 1974, b. reg. Q3 1974 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1981 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. David A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Marjorie E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1972 at Exeter R.D., Anthony R. DUNN.
                  4. Michael S. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1957 at Exeter R.D.
                4. Alice E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1920 at St. Thomas R.D.
              2. Francis SERCOMBE, b. 15 Sep 1885 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1885 at Exeter R.D., m. 16 May 1910 at St. John and St. George, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1910 at Exeter R.D., Gertrude Florence MOXEY (b. 7 Oct 1889 at Exeter, d. reg. Q3 1980 at Exeter R.D.; daughter of Edwin Francis MOXEY, a carpenter), d. reg. Q1 1972 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, living with his paternal grandparents. In 1901, a brick laborer, living with his mother and stepfather. At his marriage in 1910, a miller, of 4 King Street, Exeter; Gertrude was of Friernhay Street, Exeter; the witnesses were William MOXEY, Emily SERCOMBE (presumably Francis's sister), Emily PARK, and Frank MOXEY. In 1911, a miller for Brayta Co., living at 10 Cottons Buildings, Mermaid Yard, Exeter, with his wife Gertrude.
                1. Albert Edward H. SERCOMBE, b. 24 Nov 1913, b. reg. Q1 1914 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1939 at Exeter R.D., Olive M. BOTTERELL (b. 12 Feb 1911, b. reg. Q1 1911 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Sep 2002 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Jul 2005 at Exeter R.D.
                  1. Edward F. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1940 at Newmarket R.D., d. reg. Q4 1940 at Newmarket R.D.
                  2. Michael SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1941 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1941 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Trevor J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1943 at Louth R.D., m. reg. Q2 1969 at Reading R.D., Hilary C. ANDREWS.
                    1. Justin Trevor SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1971 at Oxford R.D., m. reg. Jul 1996 at Swindon R.D., Tina OKE.
                    2. Christian John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1971 at Oxford R.D., m1. reg. Jul 1994 at Swindon R.D., Karen LINEHAN, m2. reg. Sep 2003 at Swindon R.D., Claire E. TODKILL.
                      1. Lauren Rebecca SERCOMBE, b. reg. Nov 2000 at Swindon R.D.
                  4. Priscilla M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1946 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1966 at Exeter R.D., Leonard R. SYLVESTER.
                    1. Michelle Louise SYLVESTER, b. reg. Q3 1967 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Leslie E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1921 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1946 at Exeter R.D., Beatrice M. BROOKS.
                  1. Roger J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1947 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1968 at Exeter R.D., Barbara A. HARDWIDGE.
                    1. Neal Matthew SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1972 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Joanne Clare SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1975 at Exeter R.D.
                    3. Catherine Louise SERCOMBE, b. reg. Mar 1985 at Exeter R.D.
                  2. Philip L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1980 at Exeter R.D., Margaret E. SHEARMAN.
                    1. Martin John SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1982 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. David Matthew SERCOMBE, b. reg. Oct 1985 at Exeter R.D.
                  3. Christopher P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1951 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q2 1974 at Exeter R.D., Jacqueline CANN.
                    1. Vicki SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1975 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Nov 2001 at Exeter R.D., James M. DERBYSHIRE.
                      1. Ethan James SERCOMBE, later Ethan James DERBYSHIRE, b. reg. Mar 1999 at Exeter R.D., b. rereg. Dec 2001 at Exeter R.D.
                    2. Emma SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1978 at Exeter R.D.
                  4. Teresa K. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1956 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1978 at Exeter R.D., Anthony HARRIS.
                  5. Mark Antony SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1969 at Exeter R.D.
                3. Florence W. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1924 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1951 at Exeter R.D., Harold G. WILLIAMS.
              3. Emily Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1888 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1888 at Exeter R.D., m. 11 Dec 1910 at St. John and St. George, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1910 at Exeter R.D., Mungo Park WILMOT (b. ca. 1888 at Victoria, British Columbia, son of Cleaveland WILMOT, a coachman). In 1891, living with her mother. In 1901, living with her mother and stepfather. At her marriage in 1910, of King Street, Exeter; Mongo was an engineer, of 4 King Street; the witnesses were her brothers John and Francis, Francis's wife Gertrude, and Bessie Eleanor HILL. In 1911, a domestic servant, living at 15 Jubilee Street, Exeter, with her husband Mongo (an ice packer in an ice works) and her boarding half-brother Edward Lewis MATTHEWS (a miller).
                1. Alice Ellen WILMOT, b. reg. Q4 1911 at Exeter R.D.
                2. Montague WILMOT, b. reg. Q3 1914 at St. Thomas R.D.
                3. Emily M. WILMOT, b. reg. Q3 1916 at St. Thomas R.D. Ancestor of researcher Pauline Boyes.
                4. Winifred Laura WILMOT, b. reg. Q4 1920 at Exeter R.D.
              4. Harry SERCOMBE, b. ca. Feb 1891 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1891 at Exeter R.D., k. in action 18 Dec 1914. In 1891, living with his mother. In 1901, living with his mother and stepfather. In 1911, a private (and barber) in the Second Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, stationed at St. George's Barracks, Malta, together with his third cousin Montague SERCOMBE. At his death in 1914, a private in the Second Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Memorial at Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-l'Avoue, Pas de Calais, France. On 26 May 1915, the army authorized payment of wages and effects amounting to £9 7s. 1d. in equal shares to his mother Laura, brothers Henry and Francis, sister Emily, and half-brothers Edward Lewis and Alfred Ernest. On 14 Jun 1919, the army authorized payment of a war gratuity of £5 to his mother Laura.
          2. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1834 at Dunsford, chr. 19 Oct 1834 at Dunsford, m. 11 Sep 1864 at St. Lawrence, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1864 at Exeter R.D., Robert Anthony AGER (b. ca. 1831 at Plymouth, Devon, son of Robert AGER, a brass founder). Confirmed at Dunsford in 1850. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a dressmaker, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1864, a shop assistant, of Exeter; Robert was a sergeant in the Royal Marines, also of Exeter; the witnesses were George SERCOMBE (Mary Ann's brother) and Priscilla WHITE (his soon-to-be wife). In 1871, a dressmaker, living at 1 College Place, Chester Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, with her husband Robert (a pensioner sergeant in the Royal North Gloucestershire Militia) and their daughters Annie and Alice. In 1881, living at 31 Love Street, Plymouth, with her husband Robert (a licensed victualler), their children Alice, Kate, Henry, and Florence, and a servant. In 1891, living at 38 Frankfort Street, Plymouth, with her husband Robert (a licensed victualler), their children, Alice, Kate, and Henry, Kate's daughter Ruby, and a servant. (Is this Mary Ann SERCOMBE?)
            1. Annie Sophia AGER, b. ca. 1866 in Ireland, d. reg. Q3 1875 at East Stonehouse R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents.
            2. Alice AGER, b. ca. 1868 at Stonehouse, Devon. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents.
            3. Kate AGER, b. ca. 1871 at Cirencester, b. reg. Q4 1871 at Cirencester R.D., m. reg. Q3 1889 at Chelsea R.D., Henry MARTIN. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents.
              1. Ruby Kate MARTIN, b. ca. 1889 at Plymouth. In 1891, living with her mother and maternal grandparents.
            4. Henry AGER, b. ca. 1875 at Stonehouse. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a photographer's apprentice, living with his parents.
            5. Florence AGER, b. ca. 1877 at Plymouth. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
          3. George SERCOMBE, b. 28 Dec 1843 at Symonds Cottage, Dunsford, b. reg. Q1 1844 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 14 Jan 1844 at Dunsford, m. 25 Sep 1864 at Dunsford, m. reg. Q3 1864 at St. Thomas R.D., Priscilla WHITE (b. ca. 1839 at Tywardreath or St. Austell, Cornwall, chr. 7 Apr 1839 at Tywardreath, d. 12 Apr 1889 at Plymouth, d. reg. Q2 1889 at Plymouth R.D.), d. 21 Nov 1912 at Modbury, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1912 at Kingsbridge R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1864, a railway porter, of Newton Abbot; Priscilla was a servant, of Dunsford. In 1871, a switchman for the South Devon Railway, living at South Devon Cottages, Newton Abbot, with his wife Priscilla and their sons George and Francis; also enumerated as a railway official, visiting the MALEY household at 25 Southampton Street, Clerkenwell, London (James MALEY, head of household, was b. ca. 1834 at St. Austell). At his daughter's baptism in 1876, a licensed victualler, of 24 James Street, Plymouth. In 1881, a licensed victualler, living at 1 Bedford Street, Plymouth, with his mother, his wife Priscilla, their children George and Francis, Priscilla's sister Eliza, and a servant. In 1891, a licensed victualler, living at the Bedford Hotel, 1 Bedford Street, with his son George, his late wife's sister Eliza, and a servant (his brother John ran the Boot Inn at 47a Bedford Street). At his son's marriage in 1897, a hotel proprietor. In 1901, a hotel keeper and farmer, living at the Royal Oak, Dunsford, with his late wife's sister Eliza, visitor John HOOPER (b. ca. 1887 at Plymouth), and servant Susan SERCOMBE. In 1911, a licensed victualler, living at the Royal Oak, Dunsford, with his brother John, his late wife's sister Eliza (the Royal Oak housekeeper), visitor Louisa LASKEY (at school, b. ca. 1896 at Drewsteignton), farm cow boy Reginald SERCOMBE, and a bar assistant.
            1. George Edward SERCOMBE, b. 2 Oct 1865 at Newton Abbot, b. reg. Q4 1865 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 29 Jun 1897 at St. Andrew's, Julian Road, Walcot, Bath, Somerset, m. reg. Q2 1897 at Bath R.D., Alice Frances Mary HOOPER (daughter of Mark Edward HOOPER, an accountant; b. 3 Sep 1875 at Bath, d. 21 Jan 1934 at Exmouth, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1934 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. 29 Oct 1932 at Exmouth, d. reg. Q4 1932 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881 and 1891, an optician, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1897, a hotel proprietor, of Plymouth St. Andrew; Alice was of 9 Chatham Row; the witnesses were James R. HOOPER and Ethel May HOOPER. At his daughter's baptism in 1898, a hotel keeper, of 1 Bedford Street, Plymouth. In 1901, proprietor of the Bude Hotel, 188 Sidwell Street, Exeter St. Sidwell, with his wife Alice, their daughters Marjorie and Kathleen, a nurse, six hotel employees, and one visitor. In 1911, a farmer, living at Meadhay, Dunsford, with his wife Alice (engaged in dairy work), their daughters Marjorie, Kathleen, Phyllis, Eileen, and Georgina, and a boarder. (Another entry on the 1911 census form, "Emily Millicent" with no other details, is crossed out. Perhaps this was intended to be Emily Millicent SAUNDERS, an 18-year-old domestic servant, who is enumerated at Court, Dunsford, with her parents. Perhaps she worked for the SERCOMBE family but did not spend the night there on census day.)
              1. Marjorie Mavis SERCOMBE, b. 20 Aug 1898 at Plymouth, b. reg. Q4 1898 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 14 Sep 1898 at St. Andrew, Plymouth, In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              2. Kathleen Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1900 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1900 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              3. Phyllis Marie SERCOMBE, b. 21 Apr 1901 at Exeter, Devon, b. reg. Q2 1901 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1931 at Taunton R.D., Henry M. MORECOMBE, d. 2 May 1993 at Cirencester, d. reg. May 1993 at Cirencester R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. Ancestor of researcher Dave Morecombe.
                1. Lionel G. MORECOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1933 at Newton Abbot R.D.
              4. Evelyn (or Eileen) Alice SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1903 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1903 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1931 at Kensington R.D., Frank M. RORIE. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              5. Georgina Violet or Violet Georgina SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1908 at Modbury, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Kingsbridge R.D., d. reg. Q2 1951 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
            2. Francis John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Newton Abbot or Newton Bushel, b. reg. Q4 1867 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q3 1908 at Yarmouth R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, an engineer on the cadet training ship H.M.S. Britannia, Dartmouth, Devon.
            3. (probably) Edith SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q4 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D.
            4. Eliza Priscilla Minnie SERCOMBE, b. 5 Feb 1875, b. reg. Q1 1875 at Plymouth R.D., chr. 25 Oct 1876 at Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, d. reg. Q3 1877 at Plymouth R.D.
      8. Ann SERCOMBE, chr. 29 Sep 1765 at Dunsford, m. 1 Jun 1790 by banns at Dunsford, William RENDLE. James [COUNAFUEL?] witnessed the marriage in 1790.
    5. Thomas SERCOMBE, chr. 26 Sep 1727 at Dunsford, m. 8 Aug 1748 at Dunsford, Elizabeth HAYDON (bur. 27 Jul 1788 at Dunsford), bur. 2 Dec 1786 at Dunsford. At his son's baptism in 1748, known as "Thomas Syrcome junior" to distinguish him from Thomas SERCOMBE (relationship unknown). Assessed for land tax of 1s. 10d. per year at Holegate Cottage, Dunsford, from 1780 to 1786. At Elizabeth's burial in 1788, she was a pauper.
      1. John SYRCOME, chr. 30 Nov 1748 at Dunsford.
      2. Mary SYRCOMBE, chr. 2 Mar 1749/50 at Dunsford.
      3. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 2 Feb 1751/2 at Dunsford. In 1765, privately apprenticed to John DYMOND and his wife Sarah.
      4. George SERCOMBE, chr. 14 Mar 1754 at Dunsford, bur. 1 May 1777 at Dunsford.
      5. William SERCOMBE, chr. 13 Feb 1757 at Dunsford, bur. 13 May 1819 at Dunsford. At his burial in 1819, of Stanmans Cott, Dunsford.
      6. Richard SERCOMBE, chr. privately 11 Mar 1759 and publicly 30 Mar 1759 at Dunsford, bur. 30 Mar 1759 at Dunsford.
      7. Thomas SERCOMB, chr. 11 Oct 1761 at Dunsford.
      8. Nicholas SERCOMBE, chr. 11 Jun 1764 at Dunsford, bur. 16 Dec 1764 at Dunsford.
    6. George SYRCOMBE, chr. 7 Aug 1730 at Dunsford, m1. 15 Jul 1752 at Bridford, Patience WILLIAMS (bur. 27 Aug 1752 at Bridford), m2. 7 Sep 1755 by banns at Dunsford, Betty SHUTE (b. ca. 1723, bur. 25 Feb 1807 at Dunsford), bur. 10 Apr 1802 at Dunsford. George's second marriage in 1755 was witnessed by Thomas HULSE.
      1. George SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Mar 1756 at Dunsford, bur. 10 May 1818 at Dunsford. In 1818, of Berry Cross.
      2. Elizabeth SIRCOMBE, chr. 11 Nov 1759 at Dunsford, m. 17 Jul 1787 at Dunsford, her first cousin Samuel SERCOMBE, bur. 27 Jan 1829 at Dunsford. George SERCOMBE, probably Elizabeth's father or brother, witnessed her marriage in 1787. In 1829, of Berry Cross.
      3. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Dec 1764 at Dunsford, m. 16 Jan 1794 by banns at Dunsford, John MORTIMER or MORTIMORE. In 1794, John was of Bridford. Samuel SERCOMBE, probably Mary's brother-in-law and first cousin, witnessed her marriage in 1794.
  5. Sarah SYRCOMBE, chr. 24 Jun 1694 at Dunchideock, bur. 11 Nov 1696 at Dunchideock. The affidavit that Sarah was buried in a woollen shroud was sworn by Susanna EDMONDS on 13 Nov 1696 before Benjamin SPURWAY, vicar of St. Thomas, Devon.
Margret SERCOMB, b. est. 1658, m. 1 May 1683 at Dunsford, Devon, Nathan JEFFORD.

Thomas CIRCOMB, b. est. 1697, m. 2 Oct 1722 at Holcombe Burnell, Devon, Mary CASELY, bur. 30 Jan 1736/7 at Holcombe Burnell. At his burial in 1736/7, known as "Thomas Circomb the younger". (Who was Thomas the elder?) Is this Thomas CYRCOMBE?

  1. Thomas SOUTHCOMBE or SERCOMBE, chr. 21 Apr 1726 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 14 Dec 1749 at Dunsford, Devon, Elizabeth CONANT. (Sercombe at his baptism and marriage. Southcombe at the baptisms of his children.)
    1. Ann SIRCOMBE or SOUTHCOMB, chr. 12 Jul 1750 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 29 Apr 1783 at Whitestone, Devon, Joseph BELWORTHY. Her marriage in 1783 was witnessed by John SIRCOMBE (her brother) and George LITTLEJOHN. (Southcombe at her baptism. Sircombe at her marriage.)
    2. William SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 19 Mar 1752 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 19 Jul 1781 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, his first cousin Mary FURSE, d. by 1786. At his marriage in 1781, of Whitestone; Thomas HOLMAN and William BLANCHFORD witnessed the marriage. In 1783, witnessed the marriage of his sister Elizabeth. Southcombe at his baptism, otherwise Sercombe.
      1. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Mar 1783 at Whitestone, d. ca. 9 Aug 1842, d. reg. Q3 1842 at St. Thomas R.D. Elizabeth made her will in 1840. It was witnessed by George REED and John STONE and designated her stepbrother Henry WHITENHOW (see sidebar) as her executor and sole beneficiary. Henry proved the will in 1844. In 1841, Elizabeth was independent, living by herself at Prestons Cottage, Whitestone.
      2. Mary SIRCOMBE, chr. 23 Feb 1785 at Whitestone.
    3. George SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 21 Feb 1754 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 10 Dec 1778 at Whitestone, Mary LAMACRATE (bur. 16 Sep 1780 at Holcombe Burnell), bur. 24 Jul 1780 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1780, a churchwarden in Whitestone. At his burial in 1780, of Whitestone. His will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1780. (Southcombe at his baptism. Otherwise Sercombe.)
      1. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 23 Nov 1779 at Whitestone, m. 12 Jul 1798 at Holcombe Burnell, Joseph COX. At her marriage in 1798, of Holcombe Burnell; Joseph was of Whitestone.
    4. Thomas SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 11 May 1756 at Holcombe Burnell, bur. 4 Jan 1784 at Holcombe Burnell. In 1773, a surveyor of the highway in Whitestone. In 1779, a churchwarden in Whitestone. In 1783, witnessed the marriage of his sister Elizabeth. At his burial in 1784, of Whitestone. His will (now lost) was proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Exeter in 1784. (Southcombe at his baptism. Otherwise Sercombe.)
    5. Elizabeth SIRCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 18 Jun 1758 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 26 Feb 1783 at Whitestone, by license, John ELLIS. At his marriage in 1783, John was of Moretonhampstead, Devon; the witnesses were Elizabeth's brothers William SIRCOMBE and Thomas SIRCOMBE. (Southcombe at her baptism. Sircombe at her marriage.)
    6. John SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 27 May 1760 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 25 Oct 1786 at Whitestone, Grace FURZE (b. ca. 1763, bur. 26 Dec 1819 at St. Thomas, Devon), d. by drowning, bur. 13 May 1810 at St. Thomas. In 1783, witnessed the marriage of his sister Ann. At her marriage in 1786, Grace was of Drewsteignton, Devon; the witnesses were William SIRCOMBE (John's brother) and George LITTLEJOHN. John was an overseer of the poor in Whitestone in 1793-1794, 1798-1799, and 1799-1800. He was a churchwarden in Whitestone in 1794, 1799, and 1800. He was a surveyor of the highway in Whitestone in 1795. At her burial in 1819, Grace was of Exeter, Devon. At his son William's second marriage in 1852, John was described as a farmer. (Southcombe at his baptism. Otherwise Sircombe.)
      1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1787 at Whitestone, chr. 27 Feb 1787 at Whitestone, m1. 8 Jul 1813 at Whitestone, Ann HARDING (b. ca. 1787 in Devon, d. reg. Q2 1849 at Exeter R.D.), m2. 22 Aug 1852 at St. Paul, Exeter, m2. reg. Q3 1852 at Exeter R.D. Charity (or Mary) TURNER (b. ca. 1815 at Exbourne, Devon, daughter of William TURNER, a bailiff, d. reg. Q1 1894 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1873 at Exeter R.D. Amey SIRCOMBE and Joseph NEWMAN witnessed the marriage in 1813. At his son's baptism in 1814, a joiner, of the Island. At his son's baptism in 1815, a porter, of the Island. At his sons' baptisms in 1818 and 1820, a shopman, of the Island. In 1820, William witnessed the marriage of Sarah HARDING and Samuel REED, from Holy Trinity, Exeter, but in the church of St. Mary Major, Exeter. At his children's baptisms in 1821 and 1824, a shopman, of Frog Lane. At his son's marriage in 1838, a porter. In 1841, a porter, living at Infant Place, Exeter, with his wife Ann, son Charles, and granddaughter Mary (daughter of his son William). In 1851, a warehouseman, living at Richmond Place, Exeter, with his son Charles and sister Grace. At his second marriage in 1852, a cellarman, of Exeter St. Paul; Charity was a shopkeeper, of Scane(?) Place; Edith Sarah GILL and William GILL were witnesses. In 1861, a spirit vaults cellarman, living at Little Queen Street, Exeter, with his wife Mary (a greengrocer) and daughter Caroline. In 1871, a former cellarman, living at Bartholomew Street, Exeter, with his wife Charity (a greengrocer) and daughter Caroline. In 1881, Mary was a retired shopkeeper, living at 6 Bartholomew Street, Exeter, with her daughter Caroline. In 1891, Charity was living at 6 Lant's Almshouses, Exeter, with her daughter Caroline.
        1. William Henry Harding SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1814 at Exeter, chr. 7 Jun 1814 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. 6 Feb 1837 at Alphington, Devon, Ann HEATH (b. ca. 1817 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1898 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1884 at Exeter R.D. At their marriage in 1837, William and Ann were both sojourners in Alphington; John DAVEY and Susan BIDGOOD witnessed their marriage. At his daughter's baptism in 1838, a tailor, of Exeter Allhallows on the Wall. In 1841, a tailor, living in Black Boy Road, Exeter, with his wife Ann and their son John. In White's directory for 1850, listed as a tailor in Black Boy Road, Exeter. In 1851, a tailor, living at Nicholls Cottage, Black Boy Road, with his wife Ann (a tailoress) and their children Mary, John, Laura, Edwin, William, and Arthur. At his son's marriage in 1860, a tailor. In 1861, a master tailor, living at Saxony Cottages, Black Boy Road, with his wife Ann, their children Laura and Edward, and visitor Emma PELLEY (scholar, b. ca. 1857 at Exeter). In 1871, a tailor, living at 80 Saxony Place, Black Boy Road, with his wife Ann, their daughter Laura, and Ann's nephew Charles HEATH. In 1881, a master tailor, living at 7 Salem Place, Exeter, with his wife Ann, their daughter Laura, Ann's brother John, and John's son. In 1891, Ann was a retired nurse, living at 7 Salem Place with her daughters Mary and Laura and a boarder.
          1. Mary Ann Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1838 at Exeter R.D., chr. 14 Jan 1838 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1894 at Exeter R.D., Albert CARTER (b. ca. 1850 at Exeter). In 1841, living with her paternal grandparents. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a cook in the ELLIOT household at Bouverie House, Exeter. In 1871, a general servant in the ADNAM household at 17 Pembroke Road, Kensington, London. In 1881, unemployed, visiting the WRAN household at 12 Charlwood Street, Westminster, London. In 1891, a retired cook, living with her mother. In 1901, living at 98 Queen Street, Exeter, with her husband Albert (a house painter) and his widowed aunt.
          2. John Thomas Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1839 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1839 at Exeter R.D., m. 27 Feb 1860 at Heavitree, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth Fisher PIDGEON (b. ca. 1836 at Sidbury, Devon, daughter of Richard PIDGEON, a clockmaker, d. reg. Q2 1909 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1919 at Sedgefield R.D. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1860, a tailor, of Heavitree; Elizabeth was also of Heavitree. In 1861, a tailor, living at Fore Street, Heavitree, with his wife Elizabeth (a lace maker), their daughter Juliana, and a lodger. In 1871, a "tailor's agency", living at Western Town, Sidmouth, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth (a lace maker) and their children Julia, Matilda, Laura, and Edward. In 1881, a tailor, living at 2 Horse Lane, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Laura, Edward, William, and Rosina. At his daughter Julia's marriage in Mar 1891, a tailor. In Apr 1891, a tailor in the crew of the boys' training ship H.M.S. Impregnable, Hamoaze, Devonport; Elizabeth was living at 81 James Street, Devonport, with her daughters Rosina and Elizabeth. In 1901, a tailor's shop keeper, living at 50 Paul Street, Exeter, with his wife Elizabeth (who was partially blind). At his daughter Rose's marriage in 1903, a tailor. In 1911, a tailor, living with his daughter Laura.
            1. Julia Mary Ann or Julia Ann or Juliana SERCOMBE, b. ca. Aug 1860 at Heavitree or Sidbury, b. reg. Q3 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 29 Mar 1891 at St. David, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1891 at Exeter R.D., George Thomas Hooper COULMAN (b. ca. 1864 at Dawlish or St. Marychurch, Torquay, Devon, son of William Hooper COULMAN, a stonemason), d. reg. Q1 1910 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a general domestic servant in the ROBERTS household at Park Villa, Exeter St. Leonard. At her marriage in Mar 1891, a cook, of Duryard House; George was a stonemason, of 3 Toby's Buildings. In Apr 1891, living at 60 Roberts Road, Exeter, with her husband George (a marble mason). In 1901, living at 6 Northernhay Street, Exeter, with her husband George (a stonemason), their daughter Edith, and five boarders. In 1911, George was a stonemason, living at 39 Northernhay Street, Exeter, with his daughter Edith, Julia's sister Elizabeth (as housekeeper), and three boarders.
              1. Edith COULMAN, b. ca. 1891 at Exeter. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a tailoress, living with her father.
            2. Matilda M.A. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at East Budleigh or Sidmouth, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1865 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the PERKINS household at Polsloe Villas, Polsloe Road, Heavitree. In 1891, an unemployed parlor maid, living with her sister Laura.
            3. Laura Ann or Laura Mary A. SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1866 at East Budleigh, m. reg. Q2 1886 at Exeter R.D., William TUCKER (b. ca. 1863 at Torquay, Devon). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living at 3 Tor Square Cottages, Tormoham, Devon, with her daughters Lillie and Dorothy and her sister Matilda. (Where was William in 1891?) In 1911, living at Exonia, Church Street, Sidmouth, Devon, with her husband William (a caretaker and lamplighter for a gas company), their children Dorothy, Elsie, and Mary, and her father.
              1. Lillie TUCKER, b. ca. 1887 at Heavitree, d. by 1911. In 1891, living with her mother.
              2. Dorothy TUCKER, b. ca. Jul 1890 at Torre, Torquay. In 1891, living with her mother. In 1911, a telephone operator for the National Telephone Company, living with her parents.
              3. Elsie TUCKER, b. ca. 1895 at Exeter. In 1911, an apprentice tailoress, living with her parents.
              4. May TUCKER, b. ca. 1898 at Exeter. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
              5. Two other children, d. by 1911.
            4. Edward John Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at East Budleigh or Sidmouth, b. reg. Q2 1869 at Honiton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1900 at Sedgefield R.D., Edith Mary REED (b. ca. 1874 at Trimdon, Co. Durham, d. reg. Q4 1962 at Durham Central R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1935 at Sedgefield R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a photographer, boarding at 3 Dodds Street, Darlington, Co. Durham. In 1901, an asylum attendant, living at Fishburn, Co. Durham, with his wife Edith and their son William. In 1911, a porter attendant at the Durham County Lunatic Asylum, Winterton, by Ferryhill, Sedgefield, Co. Durham, with his wife Mary. (How related to Fred Reed ROSS-SERCOMBE?)
              1. William Fred H. SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1900 at Sedgefield, Co. Durham, b. reg. Q3 1900 at Sedgefield R.D., d. reg. Q3 1902 at Sedgefield R.D. In 1901, living with his parents.
            5. William Henry SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Sidmouth, b. reg. Q2 1872 at Honiton R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1902 at Darlington R.D., Mary Jane HEWITT (b. ca. 1875 at Trimdon Grange, Co. Durham, d. reg. Q1 1949 at Durham South Eastern R.D.), m2. reg. Q1 1951 at Durham South Eastern R.D., Lily GRAY (b. 5 Jan 1898, d. reg. Q3 1977 at Durham Northern R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1953 at Durham South Eastern R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1891 and 1901?) In 1911, an army pensioner and asylum attendant for the county of Durham, living at Fishburn, Sedgefield, Co. Durham, with his wife Mary and their children Richard, John, and Elizabeth. (Is this William SHERCOMBE?)
              1. Richard Heath SERCOMBE, b. 5 May 1903 at Croft Spa, Yorkshire, b. reg. Q2 1903 at Darlington R.D., m. reg. Q2 1932 at Darlington R.D., Annie HODGSON (b. 2 Jun 1910, d. reg. Aug 1996 at Bridlington R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1993 at Bridlington R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. (Is Annie related to Doris HODGSON, wife of Fred Reed ROSS-SERCOMBE?)
                1. Brenda SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Darlington R.D.
                2. Ida SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Darlington R.D., m. reg. Q4 1960 at Buckrose R.D., Trevor ALLISON.
                  1. Shani Y. ALLISON, b. reg. Q1 1962 at Buckrose R.D.
                  2. Andrew C. ALLISON, b. reg. Q2 1964 at Buckrose R.D.
                3. Brian Kenneth SERCOMBE, b. 8 Apr 1937, b. reg. Q2 1937 at Darlington R.D., m. reg. Q2 1981 at Rydale R.D., Dorothy E. ANDERSON, d. reg. Mar 2000 at North Yorkshire R.D.
                4. Freda SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1938 at Wensleydale R.D., m. reg. Q1 1964 at Gateshead R.D., Raymond QUIGLEY.
                  1. Susan E. QUIGLEY, b. reg. Q3 1964 at Gateshead R.D.
                  2. Paul Kenneth QUIGLEY, b. reg. Q4 1968 at Newcastle upon Tyne R.D.
                  3. Deborah May QUIGLEY, b. reg. Q1 1970 at Newcastle upon Tyne R.D.
                5. Raymond SERCOMBE, b. 17 Jun 1939, b. reg. Q3 1939 at Wensleydale R.D., m. reg. Q1 1965 at York R.D., Mavis SUTER, d. reg. Mar 1993 at York R.D.
                  1. Lesley Ann SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1967 at Howden R.D.
                  2. Angela Rose SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1970 at Howden R.D., m. reg. Mar 2004 at York R.D., Philip M. JARROLD or JERROLD.
                  3. Richard Heath SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Howden R.D.
                  4. Helen Jane SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1973 at Howden R.D.
                6. Irene E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1942 at Wensleydale R.D., m. reg. Q2 1965 at Buckrose R.D., Percival K. PATTISON.
                  1. David Anthony PATTISON, b. reg. Q4 1968 at Scarborough R.D.
                  2. Adrian PATTISON, b. reg. Q4 1970 at Scarborough R.D.
                7. Richard H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1943 at Durham Western R.D., d. reg. Q4 1943 at Durham Western R.D.
              2. John Hinscliffe SERCOMBE, b. 22 Nov 1904 at Fishburn, b. reg. Q4 1904 at Sedgefield R.D., m. reg. Q4 1933 at Middlesbrough R.D., Joyce DALRYMPLE (m2. reg. Q3 1950 at Staincliffe R.D., Morris MATHER), d. reg. Q1 1980 at Leeds R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
                1. Brian Hinscliffe SERCOMBE, b. 5 Jul 1934, b. reg. Q3 1934 at Sedgefield R.D., m. reg. Q4 1964 at Durham Western R.D., Moyra PROUD, d. reg. Q4 1977 at Durham Western R.D.
                  1. Beverley Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1966 at Durham Western R.D., m. reg. Nov 1992 at Durham Western R.D., Peter J. DOWDEN.
                    1. Bryan James DOWDEN, b. reg. Sep 1994 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                    2. Kathrine Elisabeth DOWDEN, b. reg. Sep 1996 at Surrey North Western R.D.
                  2. Ian Francis SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1974 at Durham Western R.D.
              3. Elizabeth Maud SERCOMBE, b. 27 Jan 1906 at Fishburn, b. reg. Q1 1906 at Sedgefield R.D., d. reg. Q4 1981 at Durham Western R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
            6. Rosina "Rose" SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1880 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1880 at Exeter R.D., m. 8 Nov 1903 at All Saints, Camden Town, London, m. reg. Q4 1903 at St. Pancras R.D., Harry FURBANK (b. ca. 1881, son of Charles FURBANK, a laborer). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, a cook in the HALLY household at 150 Broadhurst Gardens, Hampstead, London. At her marriage in 1903, of 39 Camden Street; Harry was a porter, also of 39 Camden Street; the witnesses were William E. ELBOURN and Mary Ann PRICE.
              1. Rosina M.E. FURBANK, b. reg. Q2 1916 at Edmonton R.D.
            7. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1884 at Exeter. In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1901, a housemaid in the SHORTS household at 66 Pennsylvania Road, Exeter. In 1911, a housekeeper for George COULMAN, widower of her sister Julia.
          3. Laura E. Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1842 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1842 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1898 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, 1871, and 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her mother.
          4. Edward (or Edwin) Charles Albert Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Exeter or Okehampton, Devon, b. reg. Q2 1844 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q1 1871 at Stoke Damerel, Jane OSBORN (b. ca. 1845 at Gidley Okehampton, Devon, or Leeds, Buckinghamshire, d. reg. Q1 1887 at Plymouth R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1889 at Plymouth R.D., Sarah Ann GERRY (b. ca. 1857 at Plympton St. Mary or Yealmpton, Devon, d. reg. Q1 1931 at Plympton St. Mary R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1913 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861, a plasterer's laborer, living with his parents. In 1871, a private in the marines, not aboard the Royal Navy vessel Indus, living at 16 Boscawen Place, Devonport, Devon, with his wife Jane (a domestic servant). In 1881, a private in the marines, living aboard the Royal Navy vessel Flora, at sea or in a foreign port, with his wife Jane. At his son's baptism in 1889, a mason, of Worston, Yealmpton, Devon. At his daughter's baptism in 1890, a mason, of Longbrook, Yealmpton. In 1891, a Royal Marines pensioner, living at Orchard Kiln Cottage, Yealmpton, with his wife Sarah and daughter Laura. At his son's baptism in 1892, a mason, of Longbrook, Yealmpton. In 1901, a marine pensioner, living at Addiscombe, Harford, Devon, with his wife Sarah and their children Louisa, John, Mary, Ethel, Charles, and Arthur. In 1911, a stone mason (builder), living at Cobhill, Ivybridge, with his wife Sarah and their children Laura, William, and Mary.
            1. Albert Edward James SERCOMBE, b. ca. Sep 1889, b. reg. Q4 1889 at Plympton R.D., chr. 17 Oct 1889 at Yealmpton, d. 13 Mar 1890, d. reg. Q1 1890 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., bur. at Yealmpton.
            2. Laura Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jun 1890 at Yealmpton, b. reg. Q3 1890 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., chr. 23 Sep 1890 at Yealmpton, d. reg. Q3 1963 at Plympton R.D. In 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with her parents.
            3. John William or William John SERCOMBE, b. 29 Nov 1891 at Yealmpton, b. reg. Q1 1892 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., chr. 1 Jan 1892 at Yealmpton, d. reg. Q4 1969 at Plymouth R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a farm laborer, living with his parents.
            4. (probably) Eliza Kate SERCOMBE, b. ca. Sep 1893, b. reg. Q3 1893 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., d. reg. Q1 1895 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., bur. 31 Mar 1895 at Harford. At her death in 1895, of Addicombe.
            5. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1893 at Harford or Yealmpton, b. reg. Q3 1893 at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a domestic servant, living with her parents.
            6. Ethel May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Harford, b. reg. Q3 1895 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., d. reg. Q2 1915 at Plymouth R.D. In 1901, living with her parents.
            7. Charles Heath SERCOMBE, b. 27 Nov 1896 at Harford, b. reg. Q1 1897 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., m. 26 Mar 1921 at Ermington, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1921 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., Florence WEAVER, d. reg. Q2 1974 at Lichfield R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. (Is this Major SERCOMBE?)
              1. Gordon Charles H. SERCOMBE, b. 8 Jul 1922, b. reg. Q3 1922 at Aston R.D., m. at St. Giles, Whittington, m. reg. Q1 1952 at Lichfield R.D., Cissie BERKS, d. reg. Mar 1984 at Birmingham R.D.
                1. Nicholas Glenn H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1955 at Lichfield R.D., m. reg. Q1 1980 at Lichfield R.D., Karen E. WHITIAKER.
                2. Gary Martyn SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1962 at Lichfield R.D.
              2. Harold J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1926 at West Bromwich R.D., d. reg. Q3 1928 at West Bromwich R.D.
            8. Arthur Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1899 at Harford, b. reg. Q2 1899 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., d. reg. Q2 1903 (as Alfred T. SERCOMBE) at Plympton St. Mary R.D. In 1901, living with his parents.
          5. William Henry Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1847 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1847 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1855 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, living with his parents.
          6. (probably) James Heath SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1848 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q4 1848 at Exeter R.D.
          7. Arthur Heath SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1850 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1850 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1855 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, living with his parents.
          8. (probably) Charles Robert Heath SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1852 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1855 at Exeter R.D.
        2. John Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1815 at Exeter, chr. 25 Dec 1815 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. 18 Jan 1840 at St. David, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1840 at Exeter R.D., Mary BROWN (daughter of John BROWN, a coach builder; b. ca. 1822 at Exeter, d. reg. Q3 1878 at Islington R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1910 at Exeter R.D. At his marriage in 1840, a grocer, of Exeter All Hallow on the Walls; Mary was of Rockfield Place, Exeter St. David; the witnesses were [illegible] RICHARDS and Martha(?) BROWN. In 1841, a grocer, living at Paris Street, Exeter, with his wife Mary and their daughter Rosa. In 1844, a grocer and tea dealer at Paris Street, Exeter. In 1850, a shopkeeper at 13 Northernhay Place, Exeter. In 1851, a grocer, living at 13 Northernhay Place with his wife Mary, their children Kate, Henry, Jeanette, and Jessie, two lodgers, and three servants. In 1861, an assistant grocer, living at Southernhay, Exeter, with his wife Mary, their children Henry, Jeanette, Arthur, John, and George, Mary's sister Martha (a housekeeper, b. ca. 1820 at Exeter, m. TOWNSEND, wid. by 1861), and two general servants. In Apr 1871, an accountant, living at 1 York Road, Exeter, with his wife Mary, their children Rosa, Kate, Henry, Arthur, John, and George, Mary's mother, Mary's sister Martha, and two servants. At his daughter Rosa's marriage in Jun 1871, an accountant. At his daughter Kate's marriage in Nov 1871, an accountant of Betheune Villa, Exeter. In 1881, a retired grocer, living at 347 Upper Street, Islington, London, with his children Kate, Jeanette, and Arthur, a widowed sister-in-law, and a boarder. At his son's marriage in 1885, a grocer. In 1891, a retired grocer, living with his daughter Rosa. In 1901, living with his daughter Rosa.
          1. Rosa Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1840 at Exeter, m. 7 Jun 1871 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1871 at Exeter R.D., John BRICE (b. ca. 1833 at Taunton, Somerset, son of Thomas BRICE, a sadler, d. by 1901). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar, boarding in a small school run by the PETTLE sisters at the Square, Barnstaple, Devon. In 1861, a draper's assistant, living with several others the same, at 207 High Street, Exeter. In Apr 1871, living with her parents. At her marriage in Jun 1871, of Hill's Court, Exeter; John was a dealer in horses, of 79 Paris Street, Exeter; their marriage was witnessed by Rosa's sister Kate and Kate's future husband Charles John EYERS. In 1881, living at Old Abbey, Heavitree, with her husband John (a job master and dealer in horses) and two servants. In 1891, living at Old Abbey with her husband John (a job master), her father, and a servant. In 1901, living at 11 Powderham Crescent, Exeter, with her father, her sister Mary, and a servant. In 1911, of private means, living at 11 Powderham Crescent, Exeter, with her sister Mary and a servant.
          2. Kate Theresa SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1843 at Exeter R.D., m. 28 Nov 1871 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1871 at Exeter R.D., Charles John EYERS (b. ca. 1844, d. by 1881, younger son of Robert EYERS, hotel proprietor, of Blandford, Dorset). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1861, one of six assistants to linen and woollen draper Thomas EVANS, at 36 Fore Street, Taunton, Somerset. In Apr 1871, living with her parents. At her marriage in Nov 1871, of Hill's Court, Exeter; Charles was a farmer, of Blandford. In 1881, living with her parents.
          3. Henry Croft(s) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1844 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1844 at Exeter R.D., m1. reg. Q3 1871 at Bridgwater R.D., Mary Elizabeth BABBAGE (b. ca. 1846 at Bridgwater, Somerset, or East Dereham, Norfolk, d. reg. Q2 1891 at Exeter R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1893 at Exeter R.D., Alice Louisa MAUNDER (b. ca. 1861 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1949 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1908 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1861 and 1871, a banker's clerk, living with his parents. In 1881, a banker's clerk, living at 6 Oxford Terrace, Exeter, with his wife Mary, a boarder, and a servant. In 1891, an accountant, living at 21 Union Road, Exeter, with his wife Mary and sister Mary. In 1901, a bank manager, living at Broadgate, Exeter, with his wife Alice, their sons Henry and Kenneth, a housemaid, and a bank messenger. In 1911, Alice was visiting the HAWKER household at St. Blazey, Riddlesdown Road, Purley, London.
            1. Henry Brice SERCOMBE, b. 7 Jan 1898 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1898 at Exeter R.D., m. 8 Jan 1929 at Brixton, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1929 at Plympton St. Mary R.D., Norah DINGLE (b. 14 May 1900, d. reg. Q4 1982 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Jul 1986 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a boarding pupil at St. Mary's College, Harlow, Essex, together with his brother Kenneth.
            2. Kenneth William SERCOMBE, b. 26 Apr 1899 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1899 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q1 1929 at Exeter R.D., Gwendolen Alice TRUSCOTT (b. 6 Dec 1903, d. reg. Q3 1979 at Plymouth R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1981 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a boarding pupil at St. Mary's College, Harlow, Essex, (enumerated as "Keith") together with his brother Brice.
          4. Mary Jeanette SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Exeter R.D. In 1851 and 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, an assistant to a fancy draper, living in the household of her employer, George BARR, at 218 Edgware Road, Marylebone, London. In 1881, living with her father. In 1891, living with her brother Henry. In 1901, living with her sister Rosa. In 1911, of private means, living with her sister Rosa.
          5. Jessie Amelia SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1850 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1850 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q2 1852 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, living with her parents.
          6. Arthur Bethune SERCOMBE, b. 31 Jul 1853 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1853 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1890 at Holborn R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a merchant's clerk, living with his parents. In 1881, a clerk for a lamp merchant, living with his father.
          7. John Abbott SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1856 at Exeter R.D., m. 18 Aug 1885 at Bideford, m. reg. Q3 1885 at Bideford R.D., Blanche Maria Catherine PIPER (daughter of Samuel Henry PIPER, a farmer; b. ca. 1859 at Exeter, d. reg. Q1 1917 at Bideford R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1903 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an ironmonger's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1881, a hair dresser, boarding in the BARLOW household at 10 Catherine Street, Westminster, London. At his marriage in 1885, a hair dresser, of Bideford; Blanche was a dressmaker, of St. Thomas Portman Square, London; the witnesses were Henry G. SUSDY and Lavinia Susannah LETHEREN. In 1891, a hairdresser, living at Fore Street, Northam, Devon. In directories for 1896, 1897, and 1902, a commercial hairdresser at Fore Street, Northam. In 1901, a hairdresser (working for himself at home), living at Fore Street, Northam, with his wife Blanche. In 1911, Blanche was an inmate in the Union Workhouse, Meddon Street, Bideford, Devon.
          8. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1857 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a publisher's apprentice, living with his parents. In 1881, a chemical labourer, boarding in the OLIVER household at Cross Lane, Cuerdley, Lancashire.
        3. Charles Henry SERCOMBE, chr. 28 May 1818 and 31 Mar 1820 (was there another son with the same name?) at St. Edmund, Exeter. In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, an invalid, living with his father.
        4. Thomas Harding SERCOMBE, chr. 31 Mar 1820 at St. Edmund, Exeter, bur. 12 Nov 1820 at St. Thomas. Of Exeter.
        5. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1821, chr. 25 Dec 1821 at St. Edmund, Exeter, bur. 1 Jun 1825 at St. Thomas. In 1825, of Exeter.
        6. Thomas Harding SERCOMBE, chr. 5 Sep 1824 at St. Edmund, Exeter, bur. 20 Mar 1825 at St. Thomas. In 1825, of Exeter.
        7. Caroline Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1853 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q3 1906 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1871, a shop assistant, living with her parents. In 1881, a dressmaker, living with her mother. In 1891, a retired dressmaker, living with her mother. In 1901, a dressmaker, living at 86 Holloway Street, Exeter.
      2. Mary SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1788 at Whitestone, chr. 10 Dec 1788 at Whitestone, m. 4 Jul 1828 at St. James, Bath, Somerset, by licence, Wenzel MAETZKER (d. by 1851), d. reg. Q3 1878 at Greenwich R.D. In 1819, witnessed the marriage at Exeter of her sister Ann. At his marriage in 1828, Wenzel was of St. James, London; the witnesses were Ann SHAPLEY (Mary's sister) and her husband Thomas SHAPLEY. In 1841, Mary was living at Wharf (on the Regent Canal), Edward Street, Regents Park, St. Pancras, Middlesex, wth her son Charles. In 1851, she was a needlewoman, living at 8 Henry Street, St. Pancras. At Charles's marriage in 1852, Wenzel was (posth.) a courier. In 1861, Mary was living at Queen Elizabeth's College, Greenwich Road, Greenwich, Kent (an almshouse administered by the Grocer's Company of London). In 1871, she was a dressmaker, living at Queen Elizabeth's College.
        1. Charles MAETZKER, b. ca. 1829 at Bath, m. 30 May 1852 at Christ Church, Marylebone, Middlesex, m. reg. Q2 1852 at Marylebone R.D., Elizabeth Sibella WELCH or WELSH (b. ca. 1823 at Exeter, chr. 3 Mar 1823 at St. Kerrian, Exeter, daughter of John WELCH or WELSH, an engraver, and Nancy, d. reg. Q1 1911 at Edmonton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1893 at Islington R.D. In 1841, independent, living with his mother. In 1851, a house agent's clerk, living at 45 Frederick Street, St. Pancras, with his "wife" Elizabeth (not yet actually married). At his marriage in 1852, a clerk, of Norfolk Street, Marylebone; Elizabeth was also of Norfolk Street; the witnesses were J. MARTIN and Elizabeth COTTON. At his son's baptism in 1854, a house agent's clerk, of 80 Drummond Street. In 1861, proprietor of a chan[d]ler(?) shop, living at 5 Earle Street East, Marylebone, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Charles, Edward, and Florence. At his children's baptism in 1867, a clerk, of 20 Bedford Terrace. In 1871, a solicitor's general clerk, living at 13 Bedford Terrace, Islington, Middlesex, with his wife Elizabeth and their children Charles, Victor, and Florence. At his sons' marriages in 1880, a clerk. In 1881, a solicitor's general clerk, living at 13 Bedford Terrace, Islington, with his wife Elizabeth, their daughter Florence, and a lodger. In 1891, a solicitor's clerk, living at 13 Bedford Terrace, Islington, with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Florence. In 1901, Elizabeth was living on her own means at 64 Hanley Road, Islington, with her daughter Florence.
          1. Charles John Wenzel MAETZKER, b. ca. 1854 at St. Pancras, Middlesex, b. reg. Q2 1854 at Pancras R.D., chr. 4 Jun 1854 at St. Mary Magdalene, St. Pancras, m. 26 Jun 1880 at St. Mary, Islington, m. reg. Q2 1880 at Islington R.D., Annie Maria BELL (b. ca. 1860 at Old Town, London, daughter of Frederick Teasdale BELL, a cab proprietor, d. reg. Q4 1912 at Marylebone R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1921 at Islington R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a solicitor's junior clerk (unemployed), living with his parents. At his marriage in 1880, a clerk, of 13 Bedford Terrace; Annie was of 26 Hornsey Street. (Where in 1881?) In 1891, a solicitor's clerk, living at 38 Listria Park, Stoke Newington, London, with his wife Annie, son Arthur, Annie's sister Emma (b. ca. 1855 in London, m. reg. Q3 1883 at Islington R.D., Charles Albert WATKINS, wid. by 1891), and Emma's children Charles and Emma. In 1901, a solicitor's clerk, living at 6 Egremont Terrace, Sparsholt Road, Islington, with his wife Annie and son Arthur.
            1. Arthur Wenzel MAETZKER, b. ca. 1879 at Brighton, Sussex, or in London, m. 2 Oct 1913 at St. Michael, Wood Green, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1913 at Edmonton R.D., Marie Sophia CAMP (b. ca. 1878, daughter of Walter CAMP, a corn dealer, d. reg. Q3 1951 at Edmonton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1936 at Edmonton R.D. (Where in 1881?) In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a shipping clerk, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1913, a furniture dealer, of 6 Heathville Road, Crouch Hill; Marie was of 75 Trinity Road.
          2. Edward Victor MAETZKER, b. 31 Aug 1856 at St. Pancras, b. reg. Q4 1856 at Pancras R.D., chr. 14 Jul 1867 at St. Anne, Poole's Park, Islington, m. 24 Feb 1880 at St. Mary, Islington, m. reg. Q1 1880 at Islington R.D., Annie Jalenagh McIVOR (b. ca. 1856 at Londonderry, Ireland, daughter of George McIVOR, a mill wright, d. reg. Q4 1896 at Edmonton R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1938 at Edmonton R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a solicitor's junior clerk, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1880, a clerk, of 13 Bedford Terrace, Hornsey Road; Annie was of 29 Cross Street. (Where in 1881?) In 1891, a solicitor's clerk, living at 7 Braemar Road, Tottenham, Middlesex, with his wife Annie and their children Charles and Mary. In 1901, a solicitor's clerk, living at 136 Black Horse Lane, Walthamstow, Essex, with his daughter Mary.
            1. Charles George V. MAETZKER, b. ca. 1881 at Islington, b. reg. Q4 1881 at Islington R.D., d. reg. Q1 1902 at Islington R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. (Where in 1901?)
            2. Mary Elizabeth Nancy MAETZKER, b. ca. 1882 at Islington, b. reg. Q3 1882 at Islington R.D., d. reg. Q3 1938 at Edmonton R.D. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her father.
          3. Florence Elizabeth MAETZKER, b. 27 May 1859 at St. Pancras, b. reg. Q3 1859 at Pancras R.D., chr. 14 Jul 1867 at St. Anne, Poole's Park, Islington, d. reg. Q1 1931 at Islington R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, an assistant mistress for the London School Board, living with her parents. In 1891, an assistant teacher for the London School Board, living with her parents. In 1901, a certificated assistant teacher, living with her mother.
      3. John SIRCOMBE, chr. 9 Nov 1791 at Whitestone.
      4. Elizabeth SIRCOMBE, chr. 19 Sep 1793 at Whitestone.
      5. George SIRCOMBE, chr. 18 Feb 1795 at Whitestone, bur. 24 Feb 1795 at Whitestone.
      6. Ann SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1796 at Whitestone, chr. 26 Apr 1796 at Whitestone, m. 8 Jul 1819 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, by license, Thomas Lynn SHAPLEY (chr. 16 May 1792 at St. Savior, Dartmouth, Devon, son of Thomas SHAPLEY and Sarah, d. reg. Q4 1853 at Hackney R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1875 at Lambeth R.D. At their marriage in 1819, Ann and Thomas were both of Exeter St. Sidwell; the witnesses were Mary SERCOMBE (Ann's sister) and William HILLS. At his daughter's baptism in 1825, Thomas was a cabinet maker, of Walcot Street, Bath. At his daughters' baptisms in 1827 and 1828, he was a cabinet maker, of Southgate Street, Bath. In 1828, Ann witnessed the marriage at Bath of her sister Mary. At his sons' baptisms in 1831 and 1833, Thomas was a grocer, of Southgate Street, Bath. At his son's baptism in 1834, he was a grocer, of 96 Great Titchfield Street, Marylebone. At his daughters' baptisms in 1837 and 1841, he was a tea dealer, of 14 Little Tower Street, London. Later in 1841, Ann was living at Manor Place, Newington, Surrey, with her children Thomas, Mary, Louisa, Charles, Edward, John, and Amelia (where was Thomas?). In 1851, she was a general agent's wife, living at 17 Weymouth Terrace, Shoreditch, Middlesex, with her children Louisa, Edmund, and Emilia and a servant (where was Thomas?). In 1861, she was a plate glass manufacturer, living at 8 Cross Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight, with her daughters Louisa and Amelia, two boarders, and a general servant. In 1871, no occupation, living with her daughter Amelia.
        1. Thomas SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1820 (not in Surrey), d. reg. Q1 1848 at Camberwell R.D. In 1841, an upholsterer, living with his mother.
        2. Anne SHAPLEY, b. 10 May 1821, chr. 10 May 1822 at St. Swithin, Walcot, Somerset.
        3. Charles Osborn SHAPLEY, chr. 1 Jun 1823 at St. Swithin, Walcot.
        4. Mary Ann SHAPLEY, chr. 11 Jan 1825 at St. James, Bath. In 1841, living with her mother.
        5. Emma SHAPLEY, chr. 23 Feb 1827 at St. James, Bath.
        6. Louisa Emma SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1828 at Bath St. James, chr. 4 Jul 1828 at St. James, Bath, d. reg. Q1 1865 at Lambeth R.D. In 1841 and 1851, living with her mother. In 1861, proprietor of a "fancy repository", living with her mother.
        7. Charles SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1831 at Bath, chr. 25 Sep 1831 at St. James, Bath, m. reg. Q1 1855 at Hackney R.D., Harriet LEFTLEY, (b. ca. 1827 in Suffolk). In 1841, living with his mother. In 1851, a linen draper's assistant, living at High Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk. In 1861, a bonnet warehouse man, living at 48 Fleming Road, Walworth, Surrey, with his wife Harriet and their children Edmund and Harriet. In 1871, a commercial traveler, living at Victoria Road, Wanstead, Essex, with his wife Harriet and their children Edmund, Harriet, Louisa, and Amelia. In 1881, a commercial traveler, living at 24 Darnley Road, Hackney, London, with his wife Harriet.
          1. Edmund Lynn SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1856 at Islington, Middlesex, b. reg. Q3 1856 at Marylebone R.D., m. reg. Q2 1878 at Sevenoaks R.D., Harriet Lydia CHAPMAN (b. ca. 1854 at Margate, Kent), d. reg. Q2 1895 at Hendon R.D. In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, a draper, living at 21 Fitzroy Road, St. Pancras, with his wife Harriet, her mother, his son Harold, and a servant.
            1. Harold Lynn SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1879 at St. Pancras, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Pancras R.D. In 1881, living with his parents.
          2. Harriet Ann SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1858 at Islington, b. reg. Q1 1858 at Kensington R.D., d. reg. Q3 1880 at Hackney R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents.
          3. Louisa Emma SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1861 at Walworth, Surrey, m. reg. Q3 1887 at Hampstead R.D., Arthur Lancelot ALDER (b. ca. 1856 in the City of London). In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living ay 63 Sprules Road, Deptford, Kent, with her husband Arthur (a draper's assistant) and their children Percy and Muriel.
            1. Percy L. ALDER, b. ca. 1888 at Deptford. In 1891, living with his parents.
            2. Muriel E. ALDER, b. ca. 1889 at Deptford. In 1891, living with her parents.
          4. Amelia SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1863 at Hackney, Middlesex, b. reg. Q4 1863 at Hackney R.D., m. reg. Q4 1891 at Greenwich R.D., Alfred ALDOUS. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a draper's assistant, living with other draper's assistants at 69-73 Mile End Road, Tower Hamlets, London. In 1891, one of several assistants to a managing director of stores, 34-36 High Street, Eton, Buckinghamshire. In 1901, living at 117 Regent Road, Harborne, Birmingham, with her husband Alfred (a tobacconist's manager), their children Alfred, Madeline, Evelyn, and Edmund and her husband's mother.
            1. Alfred George ALDOUS, b. ca. 1892 at Deptford, b. reg. Q4 1892 at Greenwich R.D. In 1901, living with his parents.
            2. Madeline Bertha ALDOUS, b. ca. 1894 at East Dulwich, Surrey, b. reg. Q1 1894 at Camberwell R.D. In 1901, living with her parents.
            3. Evelyn Gertrude ALDOUS, b. ca. 1897 at Norwich, Norfolk, b. reg. Q3 1897 at Norwich R.D. In 1901, living with her parents.
            4. Edmund Simon ALDOUS, b. ca. 1899 at Birmingham, b. reg. Q4 1899 at Kings Norton R.D. In 1901, living with his parents.
        8. Edmund SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1833 at Bath St. James, chr. 3 Mar 1833 at St. James, Bath, m. reg. Q3 1859 at Kensington R.D., Sarah Teather TUCK (b. ca. 1836 in London). In 1841, living with his mother. In 1851, a clerk, living with his mother. In 1861, a merchant accountant, living at 1 Formosa Terrace, Paddington, Middlesex, with his wife Sarah and their daughter Ada. In 1871, a corn merchant, living at 76 Oakfield Road, Penge, Surrey, with his wife Sarah, their children Ada, Edith, Edmund, Kate, and Frederick, and a general servant.
          1. Ada Grace SHAPLEY, b. ca. Aug 1860 at Paddington, b. reg. Q3 1860 at Kensington R.D. In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents.
          2. Edith SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1861 at Paddington, b. reg. Q4 1861 at Kensington R.D. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a milliner, visiting her brother Edmund, who was living with their mother's sister Emma Frances.
          3. Edmund Francis SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1864 at Paddington, b. reg. Q1 1864 at Kensington R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, an assistant to William URQUHART, a varnish dealer and husband of his mother's sister Emma Frances, at 107 Portsdown Road, Paddington.
          4. Kate SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1866 at Penge, b. reg. Q4 1866 at Croydon R.D. In 1871, living with her parents.
          5. Frederick SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1869 at Penge, b. reg. Q3 1869 at Croydon R.D. In 1871, living with his parents.
        9. John Osborne SHAPLEY, b. 28 Nov 1834 at Marylebone All Souls, chr. 25 Dec 1834 at All Souls, Marylebone, Middlesex, m. reg. Q2 1863 at Newington R.D., Martha BROAD (b. ca. 1839 at Shadwell, Middlesex), d. reg. Q4 1883 at Fulham R.D. In 1841, living with his mother. In 1861, assistant to a draper at 10-11 Mid East Street, Southampton, Hampshire. In 1881, a draper's buyer, living at 4 Merton Terrace, Hammersmith, Middlesex, with his wife Martha and their children Martha, Lizzie, and Arthur.
          1. Martha Alice SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1864 at Woolwich, Kent, b. reg. Q1 1864 at Greenwich R.D., m. reg. Q4 1891 at Fulham R.D., either Edward Herbert PARRY or William Jeffery THOMSON. In 1881, a pupil teacher, living with her parents.
          2. Lizzie Ann SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1866 at Woolwich, b. reg. Q2 1866 at Greenwich R.D., m. reg. Q3 1893 at Fulham R.D., either William Herbert CHISLETT or George Benjamin WARNER. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
          3. Arthur John SHAPLEY, b. ca. 1872 at Hammersmith, b. reg. Q1 1872 at Kensington R.D., d. reg. Q1 1942 at Brentford R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
        10. Georgiana Amelia SHAPLEY, chr. 15 Mar 1837 at St. Margaret Pattens, London, d. reg. Q4 1838 at City of London R.D., bur. 15 Nov 1838 at St. Margaret Pattens, London. At her death in 1838, of Little Tower Street.
        11. Amelia SHAPLEY, b. ca. Jan 1841 in the City of London, b. reg. Q1 1841 at City of London R.D., chr. 31 Jan 1841 at St. Margaret Pattens, London, m. John GLIDDON (b. ca. 1840 at Islington), d. reg. Q2 1924 at Wandsworth R.D. In 1841, living with her mother. In 1851, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1861, an assistant in her sister Louisa's "fancy repository", living with her mother. In 1871, living at Bedfont, Middlesex, with her husband John (a shorthand writer), their children Louisa, John, Sydney, and Percy, her mother, and a general servant. In 1881, living at 8 Devonshire Road, Lambeth, with her husband John (a shorthand writer), their children Louisa, John, and Sidney, and a general servant. In 1891, living at 39 Tremay Road, Streatham, London, with her husband John (a shorthand writer), their children Louisa, John, and Sidney, and a general servant.
          1. Louisa Rose GLIDDON, b. ca. 1864 at Brixton, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1864 at Lambeth R.D., m. reg. Q1 1896 at Wandsworth R.D., William Collins SANFORD (b. ca. 1863 at Brixton). In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living at 72 Knolly Road, Norwood, London, with her husband William (an iron merchant), their son John, a cook, and a nurse.
            1. John C. SANFORD, b. ca. 1896 at Streatham. In 1901, living with his parents.
          2. John Ernest GLIDDON, b. ca. 1867 at Clapham, Surrey. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a clerk for the Peninsular Oriental Company steamship line, living with his parents.
          3. Sydney Herbert GLIDDON, b. ca. Jun 1869 at Clapham. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a clerk for the Bank of Australasia, living with his parents.
          4. Percy GLIDDON, b. ca. Dec 1870 at Bedfont, d. reg. Q3 1871 at Staines R.D. In 1871, living with his parents.
      7. Harriot SIRCOMBE, chr. 7 Feb 1799 at Whitestone.
      8. Grace SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1802 at Whitestone, chr. 27 Jan 1802 at Whitestone. Twin with Jane. In 1841, a servant in the PARR household at Knowle, Clyst St. George, Devon. In 1851, a seamstress, living with her brother William.
      9. Jane SIRCOMBE, b. ca. 1802 at Whitestone, chr. 27 Jan 1802 at Whitestone. Twin with Grace.
      10. George SIRCOMBE, chr. 26 Oct 1803 at Whitestone.
    7. Josiah Cunnett SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 16 May 1762 at Holcombe Burnell, bur. 7 Aug 1764 at Holcombe Burnell.

    Top: signature of William Southcombe as a witness at the marriage of his sister Sarah in 1758. Bottom: signature of William Southcombe 25 years later, at his own marriage in 1783.
  2. William SOUTHCOMBE or CIRCOMB, chr. 18 Jun 1728 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 21 Apr 1783 at Holcombe Burnell, Jane NASH (bur. 8 May 1804 at Holcombe Burnell), bur. 4 Jul 1803 at Holcombe Burnell. Probably witnessed his sister Sarah's marriage in 1758. At his marriage in 1783, of Holcombe Burnell; Jane was of Tedburn St. Mary; the witnesses were Thomas MORRISH and Richard SCANES (the future husband of Susanna SERCOMBE - how related?). Jane's will was proved at Exeter on 28 Sep 1804, with effects under £1000. The executor was her husband's nephew Samuel FURSE. The will left £100 each to John SCREECH, William WEBB, and Ann FURSE; £50 each to William and Mary SCREECH; and the residue to Samuel. All were relatives, but the relationship was not stated.
  3. Sarah CIRCOMB or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 19 Jun 1735 at Holcombe Burnell, m. 9 Mar 1758 at Holcombe Burnell, Thomas FURSE, bur. 18 Feb 1795 at Holcombe Burnell. Witnesses at the marriage in 1758 were William SOUTHCOMBE (probably Sarah's brother) and Tuball CASELY (perhaps a relative of Sarah's mother).
    1. Mary FURZE, chr. 29 Oct 1758 at Holcombe Burnell, m1. 19 Jul 1781 at Tedburn St. Mary, her first cousin William SERCOMBE, m2. 4 Jun 1786 at Whitestone, Henry WHITENHOW (see sidebar). At his marriage in 1781, William was of Whitestone; Thomas HOLMAN and William BLANCHFORD witnessed the marriage. At Mary's second marriage in 1786, the witnesses were George LITTLEJOHN and Mary WESCOTT.
      1. Mary WHITENHOW, chr. 8 Jul 1787 at Whitestone.
    2. Samuel FURSE, chr. 1 Mar 1761 at Holcombe Burnell. Executor and residual beneficiary of Jane, widow of his father's brother William; when she made her will (ca. 1804), Samuel was of Exeter.
    3. Joseph FURZE, chr. 27 Jan 1763 at Holcombe Burnell, bur. 9 Feb 1763 at Holcombe Burnell.
Elizabeth SEIRCOMBE, b. est. 1756, m. 19 Dec 1781 at Dunsford, Devon, after banns, William ARSCOTT. In 1781, Elizabeth was of Dunsford, and William was of Doddiscombsleigh, Devon. Samuel SERCOMBE and Jeremiah CONNETT witnessed the marriage in 1781.

Sarah SERCOMBE, b. est. 1777, m. 3 Aug 1802 at Dunsford, Devon, after banns, George BUDDEN. James BENNETT and John RICE witnessed the marriage in 1802.

SERCOMBE, b. est. 1782, m. Susan (b. ca. 1782 in Devon), d. by 1851. In 1851, Susan was a fund holder, lodging in the POOK household at Dunsford, Devon.

Samuel SERCOMBE, b. est. 1786. At his son's marriage in 1843, a farmer. (Is this the same person as Samuel SERCOMBE?)

  1. Samuel SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1812 at Dunsford or Ashton, Devon, m. 24 Jun 1843 at Holcombe Burnell, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann LITTLEJOHN (b. ca. 1812 at Holcombe Burnell, d. reg. Q3 1892 at St. Thomas R.D., daughter of George LITTLEJOHN, a carpenter), d. reg. Q2 1885 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1841, a servant in the TAVERNER household at Heath Barton Farm, Whitestone, Devon. At his marriage in 1843, a laborer, of Whitestone; Ann was a seamstress, of Holcombe Burnell. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Heath Cottage, Whitestone, with his wife Ann and their son George. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Heath Cross Cottage, Whitestone, with his wife Ann, their daughters Mary Ann and Miriam, and Ann's widowed mother Betsy (b. ca. 1781 at Whitestone). At his daughter's marriage in 1870, a laborer. In 1871, an agricultural laborer, living at Merry Street, Whitestone, with his wife Ann and their daughter Miriam. At his son's marriage in 1874, a laborer. In 1881, a farm labourer, living at Oakhampton Road, Whitestone, with his wife Ann. In 1891, Ann was a shirt needleworker, visiting her daughter Mary Ann.
    1. Harriet SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1846 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q1 1846 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 2 Jun 1870 at Whitestone, m. reg. Q2 1870 at St. Thomas R.D., William SCOTT (b. ca. 1845 at Crediton, Devon, son of James SCOTT, a laborer). In 1851, visiting the TURNER household at Beacon Down, Holcombe Burnell, next door to her maternal grandmother. In 1861, a nursery maid, living in the WOOLLCOMBE household at the Rectory, Petrockstow, Devon. At her marriage in 1870, of Whitestone; William was a railway porter, of St. Thomas, Devon. In 1871, living at Exwick, Devon, with her husband William (a porter for the B&E Railway). In 1881, living at Rats Castle, Burlescombe, Devon, with her husband William (a foreman railway porter) and their children Edith, Alice, William, Miriam, Fred, and Ellen. In 1891, living at Olbeat, Culmstock, Devon, with her husband William (a railway porter) and their children Edith, Alice, William, Miriam, Frederick, Ellen, Beatrice, Henry, Ethel, and Walter. In 1901, living at 31 Bailey Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, with her husband William (a policeman for the Great Western Railway) and their children Henry, Ethel, and Walter.
      1. Edith Harriett SCOTT, b. ca. 1871 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1871 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents.
      2. Alice Ann SCOTT, b. ca. 1872 at Culmstock, b. reg. Q1 1873 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents.
      3. William George SCOTT, b. ca. 1875 at Culmstock, b. reg. Q2 1875 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a railway porter, living with his parents.
      4. Miriam Sercombe SCOTT, b. ca. 1877 at Burlescombe, b. reg. Q2 1877 at Wellington Somerset R.D., m. reg. Q2 1910 at Taunton R.D., Charles NORTON (b. ca. 1870 at Culmstock). In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1911, living at Priorswood, Taunton, Somerset, with her husband Charles (a shepherd) and his children Albert and Howard.
        1. (stepson) Albert NORTON, b. ca. 1902 at Culmstock. In 1911, living with his father and stepmother.
        2. (stepson) Howard NORTON, b. ca. 1908 at Culmstock. In 1911, living with his father and stepmother.
      5. Frederick Samuel SCOTT, b. ca. 1878 at Burlescombe, b. reg. Q4 1878 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1881 and 1891, living with his parents.
      6. Ellen Mary SCOTT, b. ca. Nov 1880 at Burlescombe, b. reg. Q4 1880 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
      7. Beatrice Annie SCOTT, b. ca. 1882 at Burlescombe, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents.
      8. Henry Sanders or Sander SCOTT, b. 17 Dec 1885 at Culmstock, b. reg. Q1 1886 at Wellington Somerset R.D., d. 4 Apr 1948 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a carpenter's apprentice, living with his parents. At his death in 1948, a carpenter.
      9. Ethel Littlejohn SCOTT, b. ca. 1887 at Culmstock, b. reg. Q1 1888 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her parents.
      10. Walter James SCOTT, b. ca. 1889 at Culmstock, b. reg. Q1 1890 at Wellington Somerset R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
    2. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q4 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 12 May 1874 at Whimple, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., Annie SCOTT (b. ca. 1851 at Tedburn St. Mary, Devon, m2. reg. Q2 1895 at Exeter R.D., Heinrich or Henry NOACK [b. ca. 1855 in Germany]; daughter of James SCOTT, a laborer), d. reg. Q3 1877 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, at home, living with his parents. In 1861, a farm yard boy in the SANFORD household at Barton Farm, Holcombe Burnell. Witnessed his sister Harriet's marriage in 1870. In 1871, an agricultural laborer in the HAWKINS household at West Wood Farm, Alphington. At his marriage in 1874, a railway porter, of St. Thomas; Annie was a domestic servant, of Whimple. (Where was Annie in 1881?) In 1891, Annie was a cook in the SNOW household at Quarries, St. Thomas; her future husband Heinrich was the butler. In 1901, she was living at 8 Queens Terrace, Exeter, with her husband Henry (a waiter) and two boarders.
    3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1851 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q2 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1873 at Exeter R.D., Henry SANDERS (b. ca. 1844 at Bow, Devon). In 1861, living with her parents. Witnessed her sister Harriet's marriage in 1870. In 1871, a general servant in the FOX household at Lower Mount Radford Terrace, Exeter St. Leonard. In 1881, living at Exeter Road, Alphington, Devon, with her husband Henry (a dairyman) and their daughter Ellen. In 1891, living at Flint Cottage, Alphington Road, Alphington, with her husband Henry (a dairyman), their children Ellen and Harry, and her visiting mother. In 1901, living at Mile End Cottage, Alphington, with her husband Henry (a dairyman) and their children Ellen, Harry, and Annie.
      1. Ellen SANDERS, b. ca. 1874 at Exeter St. David, b. reg. Q4 1874 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891 and 1901, a tailoress, living with her parents.
      2. Harry Sercombe SANDERS, b. 2 Nov 1886 at Alphington, b. reg. Q4 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1977 at Exeter R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an apprentice wheelwright, living with his parents.
      3. Annie Littlejohn SANDERS, b. ca. 1895 at Alphington, b. reg. Q1 1896 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1901, at school, living with her parents.
    4. Miriam SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 at Whitestone, b. reg. Q3 1854 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1877 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a stay maker, living with her parents.
John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1821 in Devon. In 1830, apprenticed by the parish of Dunsford, Devon, to John SEWARD for Townsend estate in Dunsford. In 1841, an agricultural apprentice, living in the household of John SEWARD at Townsend, Dunsford.

John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1825 in Devon. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living in the household of Thomas WILLS at Collabridge, Dunsford, Devon.

Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1833 at Dunsford, Devon. In 1851, a house servant in the NORTHCOTT household at 1 Austwick Terrace, Alphington Road, St. Thomas Apostle, Devon. (Is Elizabeth the daughter of James SERCOMBE or John SERCOMBE?)

Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1835 at Dunsford, Devon. In 1851, a house servant in the DICKER household at Holeland, Dunsford. (Is Elizabeth the daughter of James SERCOMBE or John SERCOMBE?)

Families from Christow, Devon

See also the family of Peter SERCOMB or SOUTHCOMBE (1683/4 - 1745).

John SURCOMBE or SOUTHCOME, m. 7 Oct 1605 at Christow, Devon, Elizabeth HOLMAN. Known as John SURCOMBE senior when he swore the protestation oath at Christow in 1641/2.

  1. Charitye SURCOM or SOUTHCOME, chr. 14 Apr 1606 at Christow, m. 20 Nov 1641 at Christow, Cyprian WILLS.
    1. Joane SURCOM (illegit.), chr. 5 Nov 1638 at Christow.
  2. Elizabeth SURCOM or SOUTHCOMB, chr. 23 Jan 1607/8 at Christow.
    1. Peter SURCOM (illegit.), chr. 23 Oct 1633 at Christow.
  3. Humphrey SURCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, chr. 22 Aug 1610 at Christow, m. 20 Sep 1632 at Christow, Richord MOLLANDE. Swore the protestation oath at Christow in 1641/2.
    1. Elizabeth SURCOM, chr. 6 Jun 1633 at Christow.
    2. Peter SURCOMB, chr. 10 Apr 1636 at Christow.
    3. Anne SURCOM, chr. 15 Feb 1641/2 at Christow.
  4. John SUTHCOMB, chr. 20 Feb 1614/5 at Christow, prob. d. by 1623.
  5. Augustine SURCOMBE or SUTHCOMBE, chr. 16 Mar 1616/7 at Christow. Swore the protestation oath at Christow in 1641/2.
  6. John SERCOMBE or SOUTHCUM, chr. 5 Apr 1623 at Christow, m. Mary (bur. 8 Mar 1668/9 at Chudleigh, Devon), bur. 20 Jan 1683/4 at Chudleigh. Presumably known as John SURCOMBE junior in 1641/2, when his father was referred to as John SURCOMBE senior, but posthumously as John SERCOMBE senior in 1692, when his son was referred to as John SERCOMBE junior.
    1. A son, b. 22 Mar 1653/4 at Christow, bur. 1 Apr 1654 at Christow.
    2. Marye SURCUMB, b. 24 Apr 1655 at Christow.
    3. Amy SURCUM, b. 10 Feb 1657/8 at Christow, bur. 4 Oct 1674 at Chudleigh.
    4. Elizabeth SERCOMBE or SOUTHCUM, chr. 7 Apr 1661 at Christow, m. 12 Jan 1685/6 at Chudleigh, Thomas RISDON.
    5. John SERCOMBE, chr. 7 Jun 1664 at Christow, bur. 13 Apr 1692 at Chudleigh. At his burial in 1692, known as John SERCOMBE junior, presumably to distinguish him from his late father.
      1. John SURCOMBE, chr. 17 Jan 1691/2 at Chudleigh.
    6. Susanna SURCOMBE, chr. 9 Apr 1667 at Chudleigh, bur. 24 Jun 1669 at Chudleigh.
    7. Agnes SURCOMBE, bur. 25 Feb 1670/1 at Chudleigh.
  7. Christopher SURCOME, chr. 21 Sep 1625 at Christow.
  8. Thomas SURCOMBE or SOUTHCUM, chr. 20 Jul 1628 at Christow, m. Elizabeth, bur. 4 Aug 1680 at Christow.
    1. Thomas SURCOMBE, b. 21 Jun 1654 at Christow, m. 18 Aug 1681 at Christow, Charity ANGEL (bur. 17 Aug 1708 at Christow), bur. 8 Mar 1710/1 at Christow.
      1. Richard SURCOMBE, chr. 9 Jul 1682 at Christow, m. 21 Oct 1706 at St. Paul, Exeter, Devon, Judith or Edith LYDDLE. In 1706, Richard was a blacksmith, of Christow, and Judith was of Farringdon.
        1. Anne SIRCUM, chr. 28 Jun 1707 at Christow, bur. 23 Jan 1714/5 at Christow.
        2. Thomas SURCOME, chr. 26 Feb 1709/0 at Christow.
      2. Thomas SURCOMBE, chr. 21 Apr 1685 at Christow.
      3. John SURCOMBE, chr. 27 Nov 1687 at Christow, bur. 2 or 3 Dec 1687 at Christow.
      4. Mary SURCOMBE, chr. 22 Mar 1688/9 at Christow, bur. 16 Apr 1689 at Christow.
      5. Robert SURCOMBE, chr. 28 Jul 1690 at Christow, bur. 6 Sep 1691 at Christow.
      6. Charitie SURCOMBE, chr. 28 May 1693 at Christow.
    2. Charity SURCOMBE, b. 26 Mar 1657 at Christow, bur. 12 May 1677 at Christow.
    3. Mary SOUTHCUM, chr. 29 Sep 1661 at Christow.
    4. Pentecost CURCUM, chr. 5 Feb 1664/5 at Christow.
    5. Simon SOUTHCUM, chr. 25 Jan 1667/8 at Christow.
    6. John SURCOMBE, chr. 13 Aug 1671 at Christow, m. 6 Aug 1699 at Christow, Agnes BERRY (m2. 19 Aug 1705 at Christow, Richard FLOOD), d. by 1705.
      1. Elizabeth SURCOMBE, chr. 21 Feb 1699/0 at Christow.
    7. Christopher SURCUMBE, chr. 16 Feb 1678/9 at Christow, bur. 2 May 1682 at Christow.
Peter SERCUM, b. est. 1645, m. 1 Sep 1670 at Christow, Devon, Marye TAYLER (bur. 19 Oct 1716 at Hennock, Devon), bur. 20 Jul 1706 at Hennock.
  1. Peter SERCUM, chr. 5 Aug 1675 at Hennock.
  2. Peter SERCUM, chr. 1 Jan 1677/8 at Hennock, m. 8 Mar 1708/9 at Hennock, Hannah CORNISH.
  3. Marie SERCUM, b. 11 Mar 1679/80, chr. 29 Mar 1680 at Hennock.
  4. Elizabeth SERCUM, chr. 19 Nov 1683 at Hennock.
John SURCOMBE, m. 17(?) Aug(?) 1713 at Christow, Devon, Elizabeth WHITHEAD.

Edeth SERCUM, b. est. 1693, m1. 15 May 1718 at Christow, Devon, Edward MORTIMORE (bur. 10 Oct 1721 at Christow), m2. 8 Aug 1728 at Christow, Samuel WILLS.

William SIRCUM or SOUTHCOMB, b. est. 1706, m1. Jane (bur. 19 Mar 1730/1 at Christow, Devon), m2. 18 Nov 1731 at Christow, Agnes ROBBIDGE (bur. 9 Nov 1762 at Christow), bur. 28 Jan 1765 at Christow. SIRCUM in the 1730s; SOUTHCOMB in the 1760s.

  1. William SIRCUM, chr. 23 Apr 1732 at Christow.
Thomas SERCOMBE or SOUTHCOMBE, b. ca. 1762, m. 17 Jan 1788 at Christow, Devon, Patience QUICK (bur. 25 Dec 1840 at Christow), bur. 29 Jun 1826 at Christow. At his death in 1826, of Wood, Christow. At Patience's death in 1840, she was of Teign Cottages; she was recorded in the burial register as Martha.
  1. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1788 at Bridford or Christow, chr. 11 May 1788 at Christow, m. 14 Jan 1810 at Bridford, Rosamond or Rose "Rosey" MUDGE (b. ca. 1789 at Bridford or Christow, d. 24 Dec 1863 at Bridford of a five-day fever, d. reg. Q4 1863 at St. Thomas R.D.), bur. 15 Feb 1863 at Bridford. At his marriage in 1810, of Christow; the marriage was witnessed by George BAILEY. At his daughter's baptism in 1814, a laborer, of Middle Hole, Bridford. At his daughter's baptism in 1816, a husbandman, of Middle Hole. At his daughter's baptism in 1818, a husbandman, of Cot, near Canonteign, Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1820, a husbandman, of Coombe, Bridford. At his son's baptism in 1822, a husbandman, of Coombe Cottage, Bridford. At his son's baptism in 1825, a husbandman, of Osborns Cott, Bridford. At his daughter's baptism in 1828, a laborer, of Osbornes Cott. At his son's baptism in 1833, a laborer, of Staddons Cott, Bridford. At his children's marriages in 1837, 1842, 1845, 1848, and 1849, a laborer. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Staddons Cot, Bridford, with his wife Rosey. In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Pynes, Bridford, with his wife Rosamond and grandson Robert TURNER (b. ca. 1854 at Christow). Ann CLARK (not identified) was present at Rosamond's death in 1863.
    1. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1811 at Bridford or Christow, chr. 22 Sep 1811 at Christow, m. 5 Nov 1837 at Bridford, m. reg. Q4 1837 at St. Thomas R.D., Mary WILLS (daughter of Joseph WILLS and Johanna HUTCHINGS; b. ca. 1818 at Bridford, d. reg. Q4 1887 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D. At his marriage in 1837, a basket maker, of Coombe, Bridford; Mary was of Hilber, Bridford. At his son's baptism in 1838, a laborer, of Osbornes Cott, Bridford. In 1851, a basket maker, living at Green Hill Cot, Bridford, with his wife Mary, children John, Elizabeth, and William, and lodger John MUDGE (agricultural laborer, b. ca. 1794 at Bridford). In 1861, a basket maker, living at Bridge Street, Alphington, Devon, with his wife Mary, children John, William, Thomas, Ellen, and Emily, and boarding nephew George TURNER (scholar, b. ca. 1852 at Coleford, Devon). In 1871, a basket maker, living at Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Devon, with his wife Mary, their children William, Thomas, Ellen, and Emily, and an apprentice Thomas KEYS, son of his first cousin Elizabeth SERCOMBE. In 1881, a basket maker employing ten men and two boys, living at 8 Cowick Street with his wife Mary, daughter Emily, and granddaughter Elizabeth A. HARVEY.
      1. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1838 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 30 Sep 1838 at Bridford, m. reg. Q3 1869 at Newton Abbot R.D., Annie ORCHARD (b. ca. 1838 at Wootten Courtenay, Somerset, d. by 1891), d. reg. Q3 1919 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a basket maker, living with his parents. In 1871, a basket maker, living at 9 Strand, Starcross, Kenton, Devon, with his wife Annie. In 1881, a basket maker, living at 2 New Road, Kenton, with his wife Annie and sons William and James. In 1891, a basket maker, living at 1 Queen Street, Kenton, with his son Frederick. In 1901, a willow basket maker, living at New Road, Starcross, with his son Frederick and Frederick's family. In 1911, a basket maker (on his own account), living at New Road, Starcross, with his son Frederick, Frederick's family, and the visiting family of Frederick's wife's sister.
        1. William George Orchard SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1871 at Starcross, Kenton, b. reg. Q2 1871 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 16 Oct 1899 at St. Jude, Plymouth, m1. reg. Q4 1899 at Plymouth R.D., Emily Maud BOLT (b. ca. 1870 at Countess Weir, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1914 at Totnes R.D., daughter of Thomas BOLT, a mason, and Martha), m2. reg. Q1 1919 at Totnes R.D., Louisa ARSCOTT (b. ca. 1894, d. reg. Q1 1960 at Totnes R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1955 at Totnes R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a basket maker's assistant, living in the household of his aunt Emily SERCOMBE. In 1901, a railway signalman, living at 13 Anson Place, Plymouth, with his wife Emily. In 1911, a railway signalman for the Great Western Railway, living at 5 Argyle Terrace, Totnes, Devon, with his wife's parents; Emily was living with her sister Bertha at 85 Ladysmith Road, Heavitree. At his son's death in 1944, of Dartington, Devon.
          1. Frederick John SERCOMBE, b. 23 Jan 1920, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Totnes R.D., d. reg. Oct 2000 at South Hams R.D.
          2. William George SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1922 at Totnes R.D., d. 23 Aug 1944, bur. at Ancona War Cemetery, Tavernelle, near Ancona, Italy. At his death in 1944, a leading aircraftman in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
          3. Betty E. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1928 at Totnes R.D., m. reg. Q4 1953 at Totnes R.D., Robert J. CLARK.
        2. Frederick James O. (or James Frederick) SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Starcross, Kenton, b. reg. Q4 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Feb 1899 at St. James, West Hampstead, London, m. reg. Q1 1899 at Hampstead R.D., Edith CHEGWYN (b. ca. 1876 at East Stonehouse, Plymouth, daughter of Richard CHEGWYN and Emily SHEPHERD), d. reg. Q2 1956 at Devon Central R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a basket maker, living with his parents. In 1901, a willow basket maker, living in his father's house with his wife Edith and their children Harold and Winifred. In 1911, a basket maker (on his own account), living in his father's house with his wife Edith and their children Harold, Winifred, and Edith. Relative of researcher Linda Nelson. See Linda's website.
          1. Harold George SERCOMBE, b. 21 Dec 1899 at Starcross, b. reg. Q1 1900 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 Jun 1925 at Okehampton R.D., Lottie HEYSETT (b. 12 Nov 1899, d. reg. Jul 1996 at Harrow R.D.), d. reg. May 1990 at Brent R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents.
            1. Eric J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1931 at Hampstead R.D.
            2. Alan Geoffrey SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1934 at Hendon R.D., m. 26 Jul 1958 at St. Andrew, Norwich, m. reg. Q3 1958 at Norwich R.D., Gillian Mary Catherine CAVE (m2. ARNOT SMITH), div. 26 Jan 1965 in Australia. Researcher Gillian Arnot Smith.
          2. Winifred Annie SERCOMBE, b. 10 Feb 1901 at Starcross, b. reg. Q1 1901 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1980 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
          3. Edith Elizabeth "Edie" SERCOMBE, b. 3 Dec 1902 at Starcross, b. reg. Q4 1902 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1975 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
      2. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. 25 Jun 1840 at Staddons Cott, Bridford, b. reg. Q3 1840 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 12 Jul 1840 at Bridford, m. 28 Feb 1864 at St. Luke, Norwood, Surrey, m. reg. Q1 1864 at Lambeth R.D., George HARVEY (d. ca. 1891, son of Daniel HARVEY, a gardener), d. Jan 1897 at St. Pancras Infirmary, London, bur. in the City of London Cemetery. In 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a housemaid in the BUSTARD household at Friars House, Exeter. At her marriage in 1864, of Lower Norwood; George was a blacksmith, also of Lower Norwood. Ancestor of researcher Alan Marshall.
        1. Elizabeth A. HARVEY, b. ca. 1866 at London. In 1881, living with her mother's parents. In 1891, living with her mother's sister Emily.
        2. Frederick John HARVEY, b. ca. 1878, d. 1935 at Windsor, Victoria.
      3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1843 at Bridford, b. reg. Q1 1843 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 7 Aug 1864 at St. Luke, Norwood, m. reg. Q3 1864 at Lambeth R.D., Charles BANBURY (b. ca. 1842 at Kenford, Devon, son of Charles BANBURY, a bricklayer). (Where in 1851?) In 1861, a general servant in the TUCKER household at 5 Lansdowne Terrace, Exeter. At her marriage in 1864, of Lower Norwood; Charles was a porter, also of Lower Norwood; the witnesses were George HARVEY (Mary's sister Elizabeth's husband) and John THORN Junior. In 1871, living at 50 Chatham Street, St. Mary Newington, London, with her husband Charles (a carman) and their daughter Florence. In 1881, living at 45 Henshaw Street, St. Mary Newington, with her husband Charles (a warehouseman), their daughters Florence and Mary, and a nurse child.
        1. Florence E. BANBURY, b. ca. 1868 at Newington, Surrey. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
        2. Mary E. BANBURY, b. ca. 1871 at Newington. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
      4. William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1848 at Bridford, b. reg. Q1 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1872 at Exeter R.D., Mary Jane BAKER (b. ca. 1851 at Exmouth, Devon, d. reg. Q4 1914 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. 14 Mar 1918, d. reg. Q1 1918 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1851, living with his parents. In 1861, a basket maker, living with his parents. In 1871, a basket maker, living with his parents. At his daughter's marriage in 1880, a basket maker. In 1881, a basket maker, living at 24 Cowick Street with his wife Mary, their daughters Alberta, Jeanette, and Ada, and a lodger. In 1891, a basket maker, living at Cowick Street with his wife Mary, their children Alberta, Jeanette, Ada, William, Lilian, and Eveline, and a lodger. In 1901, a basket manufacturer, living at 8 Cowick Street with his wife Mary, their children Alberta, William, Lilian, Eveline, Henrietta, and Dorothy, and their grandchildren Harold and Marguerite. In 1911, a basket manufacturer (with employees), living at 8 Cowick Street, Exeter, with his wife Mary, their children Alberta, William, and Dorothy, and their granddaughters Ivy SERCOMBE, Marjory STURGE, and Olive STURGE. At his death in 1918, a basket manufacturer, of 8 Cowick Street, St. Thomas, Exeter. Administration of his estate (effects £293 16s.) was granted on 17 Jun 1918 to his daughter Evelyn. At his daughter Alberta's marriage in 1920 (posth.), a basket maker.
        1. Alberta Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1872 at Exeter R.D., m. 25 Dec 1920 at St. John, Walham Green, Fulham, Middlesex, m. reg. Q4 1920 at Fulham R.D., Frederick DAVEY (b. ca. 1880, son of John DAVEY, a builder). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. At her daughter's birth in 1897, a milliner, of Day's Lane, Exminster. At her daughter's birth in 1899, a housekeeper (not domestic), of West View Terrace, Exeter. In 1901, an assistant to her father, living in the household of her parents with her daughter Marguerite. In 1909, calling herself Mrs. Alberta STURGE, sailed from Cape Town to London via Mauritius on the S.S. Goth (third class), arriving 18 Mar 1909, with her daughters Lilian, Marjory, and Olive. In 1911, living with her parents, using the surname STURGE and supposedly married (ca. 1898). At her marriage in 1920, a cook, using the surname STURGE and supposedly a widow, of 13 Knivet Road, Fulham; Frederick was a builder (journeyman baker crossed out), also of 13 Knivet Road; the witnesses were Arthur DAVEY and Jenny PONSFORD (probably Alberta's sister).
          1. Lilian Irene "Lily" SERCOMBE or Lilian STURGE, b. 19 Aug 1897 at Day's Lane, Exminster, Devon, b. reg. Q3 1897 at St. Thomas R.D. (Her father's name, shown crossed out on her birth certificate, is Herbert STURGE.) In 1901, boarding in the COMPODONICO household at 5 Exe Bridge, Exeter. In 1909, sailed from Cape Town to London with her mother. In 1911, visiting Ellen COMPODONICO, proprietor of the Ship Inn, Heavitree. STURGE in 1909, otherwise SERCOMBE.
          2. Marguerite Sturge SERCOMBE or Marjory STURGE, b. 18 Dec 1899 at West View Terrace, Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1900 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her mother and grandparents. In 1909, sailed from Cape Town to London with her mother. In 1911, at school, living with her mother and grandparents. SERCOMBE in 1900 and 1901; STURGE in 1909 and 1911.
          3. Olive STURGE, b. ca. 1907 in Transvaal, South Africa. In 1909, sailed from Cape Town to London with her mother. In 1911, living with her mother and grandparents.
          4. Another child, d. by 1911.
        2. Jennette "Jenny" Baker SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1874 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1874 at Exeter R.D., m. 19 Aug 1901 at St. Thomas, after banns, m. reg. Q3 1901 at St. Thomas R.D., Arthur PONSFORD (b. ca. 1874, son of William Henry PONSFORD [d. by 1901], a contractor). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. At her daughter's birth in 1898, of 2 Market Alley, Plymouth. In Mar 1901, a housekeeper, living at 24 Finsbury Street, London. At her marriage in Aug 1901, of 8 Cowick Street, St. Thomas; Arthur was an accountant, of St. George Southwark, London; the witnesses were W. SERCOMBE (probably Jennette's father), Gertrude Ethel MATTHEWS (adopted daughter of her uncle Thomas SERCOMBE), and Aubrey R. FOOTE (husband of her sister Ada).
          1. William Harold SERCOMBE, b. 4 Sep 1891 at Dawlish, b. reg. Q4 1891 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q1 1913 at Exeter R.D., Mary Elizabeth BLACKMORE, d. aboard ship 5 Sep 1922. In 1901, living with his mother's parents. In 1911, an able seaman aboard H.M.S. Kent, a first class cruiser in the China Station, at 31°45'S 71°55'W (20 miles off the coast of Chile, 100 miles north of Valparaiso). Served in the Battle of Jutland in 1916. Official records say he died of heart failure, but according to family tradition he was locked in the hold of his ship and died of suffocation. Ancestor of researcher Julie Jolley.
            1. Hilda M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1913 at Exeter R.D.
            2. William H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1920 at Exeter R.D.
            3. Maureen J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1924 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q3 1957 at Winchester R.D., Brian HUDSON.
              1. Steven J. HUDSON, b. reg. Q4 1962 at Winchester R.D.
              2. Andrew James HUDSON, b. reg. Q3 1966 at Winchester R.D.
          2. Ivy SERCOMBE, b. 14 Apr 1898 at 2 Market Alley, Plymouth, b. reg. Q2 1898 at Plymouth R.D., m. reg. Q4 1921 at Exeter R.D., her third cousin once removed James Horatio Wallace MILLMAN. In 1901, boarding in the HEATH household at 4 Okehampton Street, St. Thomas, Devon. In 1911, at school, living with her mother's parents.
          3. William Arthur R. PONSFORD, b. reg. Q4 1902 at St. Olave Bermondsey R.D.
          4. Herbert Edward PONSFORD, b. reg. Q1 1904 at St. Olave Bermondsey R.D.
          5. Henry Percy PONSFORD, b. reg. Q1 1906 at St. Olave Bermondsey R.D.
          6. (perhaps) Emma Florence PONSFORD, b. reg. Q4 1908 at St. Olave Bermondsey R.D.
          7. Leonard L. PONSFORD, b. reg. Q4 1910 at St. Olave Bermondsey R.D.
        3. Ada Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1876 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1898 at St. Thomas R.D., Aubrey Reginald FOOTE (b. ca. 1878 at Exeter). In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, living with her husband Aubrey (a poor law clerk) at 43 Paris Street, Exeter. In 1911, living at 62 Oxford Road, Exeter, with her husband Aubrey (assistant clerk to the guardians of the Exeter Croporation of the Poor and registrar of marriages), their children Violet and Albert, and her sister Lilian.
          1. Violet Audrey FOOTE, b. ca. 1904 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1904 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with her parents.
          2. (probably) Lilian Gladys FOOTE, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Exeter R.D., d. reg. Q1 1911 at Exeter R.D.
          3. Albert Curme FOOTE, b. ca. 1910 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1910 at Exeter R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
          4. Ada M. FOOTE, b. reg. Q1 1912 at Exeter R.D.
        4. (probably) Ivy Baker SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1878 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1878 at St. Thomas R.D.
        5. (probably) Carrie Baker SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1879 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q3 1880 at St. Thomas R.D.
        6. William Baker SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1881 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q4 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1911 at Exeter R.D., Elizabeth BURRIDGE, d. 18 Jun 1927 at the City Mental Hospital, Digbys, Exeter, d. reg. Q2 1927 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901 and 1911, a basket maker, living with his parents. At his death in 1927, of 8 Cowick Sreet, Exeter. Administration of his estate (effects £153 19s. 5d.) was granted on 27 Aug 1927 to his widow Elizabeth.
          1. Reginald William SERCOMBE, b. 14 Sep 1911, b. reg. Q4 1911 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1974 at Exeter R.D.
          2. Leonard Frank SERCOMBE, b. 24 Oct 1916, b. reg. Q4 1916 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1942 at Exeter R.D., Audrey W.J. ENDACOTT (b. 25 Jun 1916, d. reg. Jul 1986 at Exeter R.D.), d. reg. Feb 2003 at Nottingham R.D.
        7. (probably) Reginald Baker SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1884 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1887 at St. Thomas R.D.
        8. Lilian Baker SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1886 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q2 1886 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. reg. Q2 1942 at Newton Abbot R.D., Ronald C. ATKIN, m2. reg. Q1 1948 at Exeter R.D., Thomas WARREN. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living with her sister Ada.
        9. Eveline Baker SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1887 at St. Thomas, m. reg. Q1 1912 at St. Thomas R.D., Charles Chard TUDBALL. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1918, administrator of her father's estate.
          1. Charles W. TUDBALL, b. reg. Q2 1916 at St. Thomas R.D.
          2. Betty D. TUDBALL, b. reg. Q3 1924 at Exeter R.D.
        10. (probably) Rosamond Baker SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q4 1890 at St. Thomas R.D.
        11. Henrietta Baker SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1891 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q3 1891 at St. Thomas R.D., d. reg. Q1 1940 at Surrey Mid Eastern R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a scullery maid in the SINGER household at Steartfield, Paignton, Devon.
        12. Dorothy May SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1896 at St. Thomas, b. reg. Q2 1896 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1921 at Exeter R.D., Frederick CHING, d. reg. Q1 1965 at Exeter R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
      5. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Bridford, b. reg. Q2 1853 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 5 Jun 1876 at St. Thomas, m1. reg. Q2 1876 at St. Thomas R.D., Elizabeth MARLEY (b. ca. 1852 at Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, daughter of Robert MARLEY, a labourer, d. by 1901), m2. ca. 1903 Eliza MacDOUGALL (b. ca. 1867 at Glasgow, Scotland, m1. CHRYSTIE), d. reg. Q4 1921 at Hampstead R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, a joiner, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1876, a joiner, of St. Mary Newington, London; Elizabeth was of Cowick Street, St. Thomas. In 1881, a joiner, boarding in the SCOTT household at 6 Stephen Street, Cheetham, Lancashire; his wife Elizabeth was living with his sister Ellen. In 1891, a shopfitter's showcase maker's foreman, living at 33 Rattray Road, Lambeth, London, with his wife Elizabeth and adopted daughter Gertrude Ethel MATTHEWS (b. ca. 1882 at Walworth, London). In 1901, a commercial traveller in tobacco, etc., boarding at Sackville Street Upper, Mountjoy, Dublin, Ireland. In 1911, a showcase warehouse manager in the shop fittings business, living at 27 Donnington Park Road, West Hampstead, London N.W., with his wife Eliza, their son Thomas, Eliza's son William, her sister Janet and brother Alexander, and five boarders.
        1. (stepson) William Burns CHRYSTIE, b. ca. 1896 at Glasgow. In 1911, a student, living with his mother and stepfather.
        2. Thomas Alexander SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1906 at Glasgow, m. reg. Q4 1934 at Hampstead R.D., Margaret P. MURDOCH. In 1911, living with his parents.
      6. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1856 at Bridford, m. 5 Jun 1880 at St. Marylebone, Marylebone, London, m. reg. Q2 1880 at Marylebone R.D., Charles Henry WHITE (b. ca. 1856 in Scotland, son of Charles WHITE, an excise officer). In 1861 and 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1880, of 8 Cowick Street, Exeter; Charles was a paper hanger, of 89 Earl Street, Marylebone; the witnesses were Ellen's brother Thomas and his wife Elizabeth. In 1881, living at 104 Earl Street, Marylebone, with her husband Charles (a paper hanger), their son Percy, and her brother Thomas's wife Elizabeth.
        1. Percy C. WHITE, b. ca. Feb 1881 at Marylebone. In 1881, living with his parents.
      7. Emily SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1860 at Alphington, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q2 1888 at St. Thomas R.D., Arthur William ASHFORD (b. ca. 1859 at Totnes, Devon). In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, living at 41 Regent Street, St. Thomas, with her husband Arthur (a grocer's assistant), their two children, her niece Elizabeth A. HARVEY, her nephew William George Orchard SERCOMBE, and visitor Mary (a nurse, b. ca. 1834 at Exwick, Devon, m. FOSTER).
        1. Ada M. ASHFORD, b. ca. 1888 at St. Thomas, Devon. In 1891, living with her parents.
        2. A son, b. Mar 1891 at St. Thomas. In 1891, living with his parents.
    2. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 9 Feb 1814 at Bridford, m. 1 Jun 1842 at Bridford, m. reg. Q2 1842 at St. Thomas R.D., John JARVIS (son of James JARVIS, a tailor). At her marriage in 1842, a servant, of Dunsford; John was a laborer, of Drewsteignton.
    3. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 3 Mar 1816 at Bridford, bur. 24 Dec 1831 at Bridford.
    4. Joanna or Johanna SERCOMBE, chr. 24 Mar 1818 at Christow, bur. 7 Mar 1819 at Bridford.
    5. Sarah SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Jan 1820 at Bridford, m. 31 Jan 1845 at Bridford, m. reg. Q1 1845 at St. Thomas R.D., Robert CASLEY (son of Richard CASLEY, a labourer). At her marriage in 1845, a servant, of Bridford; Robert was a laborer, also of Bridford.
    6. John SERCOMBE, chr. 14 Aug 1822 at Bridford, m. 10 Feb 1848 at St. Thomas, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1848 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann HARRIS (b. ca. 1814 at Shillingford, Devon, daughter of Richard Licion HARRIS, a laborer). At his marriage in 1848, a laborer, of St. Thomas; Ann was also of St. Thomas; Jane SQUIRES was a witness at the marriage. In 1851, a railway porter, living at Painters Row, St. Thomas, with his wife Ann.
    7. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1825 at Bridford, chr. 24 Apr 1825 at Bridford, m1. 22 Mar 1849 at Christow, m1. reg. Q1 1849 at St. Thomas R.D., Ann GOVE (b. ca. 1828 at Christow, daughter of Thomas GOVE, a laborer, d. reg. Q1 1885 at Newton Abbot R.D.), m2. reg. Q2 1888 at Exeter R.D., Frances GODFREY (b. ca. 1849 at Broadclyst, Devon, d. reg. Q3 1935 at Newton Abbot R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1907 at Newton Abbot R.D. At his marriage in 1849, a laborer, of Christow; Ann was also of Christow; George's brother Thomas and sister Rosamund witnessed the marriage. In White's directory for 1850, listed as a basket maker at Kenton. In 1851, a basket maker, living at Church Street, Kenton, with his wife Ann and their daughter Mary. In 1861, a basket maker employing one man, living at Kenton with his wife Ann, their children Mary, Sarah, John, and Harry, employee basket maker James GOVE (b. ca. 1838 at Christow, presumably a relative of Ann), and a lodger. In 1871, a farmer of 84 acres employing one man, living at Ringmore, Devon, with his wife Ann, their children Mary, Sarah, John, and Harry, and a farm servant. In 1881, a farmer of 90 acres employing one man, living at Farm House, Stokeinteignhead, Devon, with his wife Anne, their son Harry, and two servants. In 1891, a retired farmer, living at Fore Street, Shaldon, Devon, with his wife Frances. In 1901, a retired yeoman, living at Fore Street, Shaldon, with his wife Frances. In 1911, Frances was of private means, living at Shaldon.
      1. Mary Jane SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1849 at Kenton or Starcross, m. reg. Q3 1872 at Newton Abbot R.D., Frederick SLOCOMBE (b. ca. 1843 in Devon). In 1851, 1861, and 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living at Esplanade House, Teignmouth, Devon, with her husband Frederick (a builder employing 25 men) and their children Edith, George, and Mary.
        1. Edith M. SLOCOMBE, b. ca. 1875 at Starcross. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
        2. George F.S. SLOCOMBE, b. ca. 1878 at Teignmouth, b. reg. Q1 1878 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
        3. Mary A. SLOCOMBE, b. ca. Oct 1880 at Teignmouth. In 1881, living with her parents.
      2. Sarah Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1851 at Kenton, m. reg. Q2 1873 at Newton Abbot R.D., Arthur Henry SLOCOMBE (b. ca. 1850 at Dawlish, Devon). In 1861 and 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, living at 12 Bath Terrace, Tormoham, Devon, with her husband Arthur (a plasterer) and their son Arthur.
        1. Arthur H. SLOCOMBE, b. ca. 1873 at Shaldon. In 1881, living with his parents.
      3. John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1853 at Kenton or Shaldon, m. reg. Q4 1876 at Newton Abbot R.D., Louisa Ann "Annie" SLOCOMBE (b. ca. 1855 at Dawlish, Devon, m2. reg. Q4 1893 at Williton R.D., Robert RAWLE [b. ca. 1861 at Stoke Pero, Somerset]), d. reg. Q1 1892 at Williton R.D. In 1861 and 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a hauler, living at 3 Brunswick Place, Dawlish, with his wife Louie (a lodging house keeper), daughters Maude and Annie, and three lodgers. In 1891, a dairy man, living at Westcott, Porlock, Somerset, with his wife Louisa and their children Alice, Annie, and William. In 1901, Louisa was living at Ludslade, Exford, Somerset, with her husband Robert (a farmer), three of their children, and her children Annie and William. At his daughter Annie's marriage in 1905 and at his son William's marriage in 1906 (both posth.), a farmer.
        1. Alice Maud SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1877 at Shaldon, b. reg. Q3 1877 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. reg. Q4 1901 at Williton R.D., John SUMMERS. In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a cook in the MOLONY household at The Steep, Luccombe, Somerset.
        2. Annie Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1879 at Dawlish, b. reg. Q2 1879 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 5 Apr 1905 at Cruwys Morchard, Devon, m. reg. Q2 1905 at Tiverton R.D., Charlie SHARLAND (b. ca. 1874, son of James SHARLAND, a laborer, probably a brother of Mabel SHARLAND, wife of Annie's brother William). In 1881, living with her parents. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1901, a general domestic servant, living with her mother and stepfather. At her marriage in 1905, of Cruwys Morchard; Charlie was a laborer, also of Cruwys Morchard; the witnesses were Thomas SHARLAND and Alice Maud SUMMERS.
          1. James Sercombe SHARLAND, b. 1 Mar 1908, b. reg. Q2 1908 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Feb 1997 at Mid Devon R.D.
          2. Louisa A. SHARLAND, b. reg. Q3 1913 at Tiverton R.D.
          3. Alice M. SHARLAND, b. reg. Q3 1916 at Tiverton R.D.
        3. William John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1883 at Harberton, Devon, b. reg. Q1 1883 at Totnes R.D., m. 6 Jun 1906 at Cruwys Morchard, m. reg. Q2 1906 at Tiverton R.D., Mabel SHARLAND (b. ca. 1885 at Cruwys Morchard, daughter of James SHARLAND, a laborer, and probably a sister of Charlie SHARLAND, husband of William's sister Annie). In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, a farm carter, living with his mother and stepfather. At his marriage in 1906, a laborer, of Cruwys Morchard; Mabel was a servant, of Witheridge; the witnesses were Thomas SHARLAND and Ethel Mary MOORE. In 1911, a carter on a farm, living at Calverleigh, Tiverton, with his wife Mabel and their children Arthur, William, and Gladys.
          1. George William SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1906 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Q2 1906 at Tiverton R.D.
          2. Arthur John SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1907 at Cruwys Morchard, b. reg. Q2 1907 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Q1 1964 at Newtown R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
          3. William James SERCOMBE, b. 17 Sep 1908 at Cruwys Morchard, b. reg. Q4 1908 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q4 1933 at Tiverton R.D., Edith Mary PERKINS (b. 12 Nov 1911, d. reg. Q1 1978 at Tiverton R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1977 at Tiverton R.D. In 1911, living with his parents.
            1. Dennis H.J. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1934 at Elham R.D., m. reg. Q4 1959 at Tiverton R.D., Margaret A. CROSS.
              1. Ian James SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1966 at Tiverton R.D.
              2. Trudy Anne SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1969 at Truro R.D., m. reg. Jul 1992 at Kerrier R.D., Glen IZATT.
                1. Jamie Ryan IZATT, b. reg. Dec 1993 at Truro R.D.
                2. Jessia Paige IZATT, b. reg. Sep 1999 at Truro R.D.
            2. Bonnie P. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q1 1945 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1967 at Tiverton R.D., Rose-Marie WALSH.
              1. Gareth Mark SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1970 at Stamford R.D.
          4. Gladys Mabel SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jun 1910 at Cruwys Morchard, b. reg. Q3 1910 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1932 at Dulverton R.D., Albert J. WRIGHT. In 1911, living with her parents.
            1. Heather M. WRIGHT, b. reg. Q3 1934 at Taunton R.D.
          5. Doris A. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1912 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q2 1933 at Tiverton R.D., Albert HAWKINS.
            1. Robert J. HAWKINS, b. reg. Q4 1933 at Tiverton R.D.
            2. Brian P. HAWKINS, b. reg. Q1 1935 at Tiverton R.D.
          6. Evelyn L. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1914 at Tiverton R.D.
          7. Robert Henry SERCOMBE, b. 4 Sep 1918, b. reg. Q3 1918 at Tiverton R.D., m1. Maria de los Dolores BYRNE (d. 1946), m2. reg. Q3 1948 at Aldershot R.D., Anne P. MAHON, d. reg. Jul 1992 at Rhuddlan R.D.
            1. Kevan Robert SERCOMBE, b. 1940 at Tiverton, Devon, b. reg. Q4 1940 at Tiverton R.D., m1. a Gibraltarian woman, div., m2. reg. Dec 1984 at Wakefield R.D., Sandra SERCOMBE or TEASDALE. Researcher Kevan Sercombe Sr.
              1. Anthony Kevan SERCOMBE, b. 8 Dec 1964 in Gibraltar, m. 18 Sep 1988 in Gibraltar, Denise Martha RODRIGUEZ. Researcher Kevan Sercombe Jr.
                1. Naomi Jayne SERCOMBE, b. 28 Aug 1991 in Gibraltar.
                2. Jaime SERCOMBE, b. 27 Oct 1992 in Gibraltar.
                3. Kevan SERCOMBE, b. 27 Oct 1992 in Gibraltar.
              2. Berenice SERCOMBE, b. in Gibraltar, m. John NAVARRO.
                1. Sarah NAVARRO.
                2. John NAVARRO.
            2. Cynthia D. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1943 at Tiverton R.D., m. Manolo LINARES.
              1. Edward LINARES.
              2. Charles LINARES.
              3. Analese LINARES.
              4. Andrew LINARES.
            3. Four children by Anne.
          8. Frederick P. or Peter Frederick SERCOMBE, b. 8 May 1921, b. reg. Q2 1921 at Tiverton R.D., d. reg. Feb 1999 at Southend on Sea R.D.
          9. Betty I. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q2 1924 at Tiverton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1944 at Exmoor R.D., Thomas H. HOOPER.
            1. Patricia A. HOOPER, b. reg. Q3 1947 at Tiverton R.D.
      4. Harry SERCOMBE, b. ca. May 1860 at Kenton or Starcross, b. reg. Q2 1860 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q3 1884 at Newton Abbot R.D., Mary Soper CORLINE (b. ca. 1860 at Ringmore or Stokeinteignhead, Devon). In 1861, living with his parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1881, living with his parents. In 1891, a farmer, living at Laurel Farm, Shaldon, with his wife Marie, their daughter Ethel, and two employees. In 1901, a farmer, living at Laurel Farm, Ringmore, with his wife Mary, their daughters Ethel and Winifred, and a general servant. In 1911, a retired farmer, living at Ringmore with his wife Mary and their daughter Winifred.
        1. Ethel Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1885 at Ringmore or Shaldon or Stokeinteignhead, b. reg. Q4 1885 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a draper's assistant, boarding at 62 High Street, Wells, Somerset.
        2. Winifred Violet SERCOMBE, b. ca. Sep 1900 at Stokeinteignhead or Ringmore, b. reg. Q4 1900 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents.
    8. Rosamund SERCOMBE, chr. 16 Mar 1828 at Bridford, m. 30 Sep 1852 at Moretonhampstead, Devon, m. reg. Q3 1852 at Newton Abbot R.D., William TURNER. At her marriage in 1852, Rosamund was of Rectory House, Moretonhampstead; William was a labourer, of Crediton, Devon.
    9. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1833 at Bridford, chr. 10 Mar 1833 at Bridford, m. reg. Q2 1856 at Newton Abbot R.D., Elizabeth Lamble MEDLAND (b. ca. 1832 at Bovey Tracey, Devon, d. reg. Q2 1890 at St. Thomas R.D.), d. reg. Q4 1904 at Exeter R.D. In 1851, a farm servant in the TUCKETT household at Middle Hole, Bridford. In 1861, a copper miner, living at College, Bovey Tracey, with his wife Elizabeth, children Thomas and Emma, and Elizabeth's widowed mother Mary (b. ca. 1794 at Bovey Tracey) and aunt Elizabeth LAMBLE (b. ca. 1781 at Bovey Tracey). In 1871, a waterworks engine man, living at Pynes Waterworks, Upton Pyne, Devon, with his wife Elizabeth and children Emma, Eliza, Mary, Ellen, and Albert. In 1881, an engine man (driver), living at Pynes Waterworks with his wife Elizabeth and children Ellen, Albert, and Arthur. In 1891, a stationary engineman, living at Pynes Waterworks with his daughter Mary. In 1901, a stationary engine driver, living at the Waterworks, Upton Pyne, with his daughter Emma.
      1. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1857 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q1 1857 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. at Holy Trinity, Derby, m. reg. Q4 1881 at Derby R.D., Harriet WOODCOCK (b. ca. 1855 at Bury, Lancashire, d. reg. Q2 1932 at Wakefield R.D.), d. reg. Q3 1938 at Wakefield R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1871, an apprentice blacksmith in the COUCH household at Upton Pyne. In 1881, a blacksmith, lodging in the SALT household at 29 Kimberworth Road, Kimberworth, Yorkshire. In 1891, a carriage smith, living at Russells Land, Kempton, Dalziel, Motherwell, Lanarkshire, with his wife Harriet and their sons Ernest and George. In 1901, a blacksmith, living at 3 Wright Street, South Manchester, Lancashire, with his wife Harriet, her mother Mary A. HALL (a widow, b. ca. 1833 in Ireland), and their children Ernest, George, Elizabeth, Edith, and Gertrude. At his son's marriage in 1910, a blacksmith. In 1911, a colliery blacksmith, living at 15 Forge Buildings, Horbury Junction, Yorkshire, with his wife Harriet and their children George, Edith, and Gertrude. At his daughters' marriages in 1914 and 1917, a blacksmith.
        1. Ernest SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1882 at Derby, b. reg. Q3 1882 at Derby R.D., m. 23 Apr 1910 at St. Mary, Horbury Junction, Yorkshire, m. reg. Q2 1910 at Wakefield R.D., Rose Mary HUGHES (b. ca. 1885 at Woodhouse Mill, Yorkshire, d. reg. Q4 1961 at Rotherham R.D., daughter of David HUGHES), d. reg. Q4 1952 at Rotherham R.D. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1901, an iron moulder, living with his parents. At his marriage in 1910, a moulder, of 127 Don Road, Brightside Lane, Sheffield; Rose was a weaver, of Forge Houses; the witnesses were David Richard HUGHES and George SERCOMBE. In 1911, an ironfounder for a general engineering firm, living at 24 Ordnance Place, Don Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, with his wife Rose and his visiting sister Elizabeth.
          1. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. 24 Oct 1912, b. reg. Q4 1912 at Rotherham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1943 at Rother Valley R.D., Edith Annie MANSHIP (b. 21 Jan 1921, d. reg. Oct 2003 at Rotherham R.D.), d. reg. Jan 1987 at Rotherham R.D.
            1. Judith M. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1945 at Rother Valley R.D., m. reg. Q1 1970 at Sleaford R.D., Robert H. SCREEN.
            2. Margaret H. SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1947 at Rother Valley R.D., m. reg. Q1 1969 at Rotherham R.D., Peter B. HYSLOP.
              1. Rebecca Madeleine HYSLOP, b. reg. Q3 1970 at Mansfield R.D.
              2. Alastair James HYSLOP, b. reg. Q4 1972 at Southwell R.D.
          2. Eric SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q3 1917 at Rotherham R.D., d. reg. Q2 1953 at Lancaster R.D.
          3. Mary SERCOMBE, b. reg. Q4 1918 at Rotherham R.D., m. reg. Q2 1946 at Rother Valley R.D., Donald BRUNT.
          4. Geoffrey SERCOMBE, b. 15 Feb 1927, b. reg. Q1 1927 at Rotherham R.D., d. reg. Jan 1993 at Hillingdon R.D.
        2. George SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jan 1891 at Dalziel, m. reg. Q3 1915 at Dewsbury R.D., Annie SCOTT (b. 11 Feb 1890, d. reg. Q1 1977 at Wakefield R.D.). In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a house painter, living with his parents.
        3. Elizabeth Ellen SERCOMBE, b. 1892 at Dalziel, m. 20 Jun 1914 at St. Mary, Horbury Junction, m. reg. Q2 1914 at Wakefield R.D., Harry ELLIS (b. ca. 1890, son of Herbert ELLIS, a miner). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a general domestic servant, visiting her brother Ernest. At her marriage in 1914, a domestic, of 15 Forge Buildings; Harry was a miner, of Haigh; the witnesses were Walter ELLIS and Edith SERCOMBE.
          1. Kathleen M. ELLIS, b. reg. Q1 1915 at Barnsley R.D.
          2. George H. ELLIS, b. reg. Q1 1919 at Barnsley R.D.
          3. Hubert ELLIS, b. reg. Q1 1922 at Barnsley R.D.
        4. Edith SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1895 at Manchester, b. reg. Q1 1895 at Chorlton R.D. (as Emma), m. 29 Dec 1917 at St. Mary, Horbury Junction, m. reg. Q4 1917 at Wakefield R.D., Ernest SIDEBOTTOM (b. ca. 1891, son of Albert SIDEBOTTOM, a boiler fireman). In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, a confectioner's apprentice, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1917, of 15 Forge Houses, Horbury; Ernest was a blacksmith, of 3 Hearne(?) Terrace, Durkar; the witnesses were George SERCOMBE and Nellie SIDEBOTTOM.
          1. Wilfred SIDEBOTTOM, b. reg. Q3 1919 at Wakefield R.D.
          2. Betty SIDEBOTTOM, b. reg. Q2 1922 at Wakefield R.D.
        5. Gertrude SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1898 at Manchester, b. reg. Q2 1898 at Chorlton R.D., m. reg. Q3 1926 at Wakefield R.D., Hubert NETTLETON. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents.
          1. Marjorie NETTLETON, b. reg. Q4 1935 at Wakefield R.D.
      2. Emma SERCOMBE, b. ca. Aug 1860 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q3 1860 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1861, living with her parents. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a general servant in the COUCHE household, at 6 Queens Terrace, Exeter. (Where in 1891?) In 1901, a housekeeper, living with her father. In 1911, a cook in the LOVIBOND household at West Street House, South Petherton, Somerset.
      3. Eliza SERCOMBE, b. May 1862 at Bovey Tracey, b. reg. Q2 1862 at Newton Abbot R.D., m. 18 Sep 1884 at Brantford, Ontario, Thomas Burnett DARLING (b. Oct 1855 or 1856 in India, son of Thomas Young DARLING and Mary) In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a kitchenmaid in the POWELL household at Artington, Piccards Rough, Guildford, Surrey. Thomas and Eliza both sailed from Liverpool on the ship Sarmatian on 24 Apr 1884, arriving at Quebec on 7 May 1884. At her marriage in Sep 1884, of Brantford; Thomas was a teacher, also of Brantford; the witnesses were Maggie GILLESPIE and Mich[ael] MACKENZIE, of Brantford. At her daughter's birth in 1886, Thomas was a clerk, of Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario. At her daughter's birth in 1889, Thomas was an agent, of Hamilton. At her son's birth in 1890, Thomas was a superintendent, of Hamilton. In 1891, living at Hamilton with her husband Thomas (an agent [additional details illegible]) and their children Madeline, Sybil, and Thomas. In 1901, living at Hamilton with her husband Thomas (a stockbroker) and their children Madeline, Sybil, and Arthur.
        1. Madeline Grace DARLING, b. 16 Sep 1886 at Hamilton. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents.
        2. Sybil Jessie DARLING, b. 13 Feb 1889 at Hamilton. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents.
        3. Thomas Arthur DARLING, b. 30 Dec 1890 at Hamilton. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents.
        4. A son, stillborn 1 Apr 1898 in Wentworth County.
      4. Mary SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Upton Pyne, b. reg. Q1 1865 at St. Thomas R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1881, a servant in the HAYMAN household at 14 North Street, Exeter.
      5. Ellen SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1867 at Upton Pyne, b. reg. Q2 1867 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1896 at St. Thomas R.D., Henry Joseph CUMMINGS. In 1871 and 1881, a scholar, living with her parents. In 1891, a parlormaid in the DUMBLETON household at The Rectory (of St. James), Exeter. In 1896, when banns were called for her marriage at St. Peter, Hammersmith, Middlesex, of Upton Pyne. Ancestor of researcher John Wyatt.
      6. Albert SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1869 at Upton Pyne, b. reg. Q4 1869 at St. Thomas R.D., m1. 1898 at Dalziel, Catherine CLOSE (b. ca. 1866 at Hamilton, Lanarkshire, d. reg. Q2 1907 at Hartlepool R.D.), m2. 10 Sep 1910 at St. James, West Hartlepool, County Durham, m2. reg. Q3 1910 at Hartlepool R.D., Margaret Ann HORSLEY (b. ca. 1868 at West Hartlepool, daughter of Robert HORSLEY, m1. ROBINSON, d. reg. Q1 1929 at Hartlepool R.D.), d. reg. Q1 1944 at Durham South Eastern R.D. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a railway waggon boltscrewer, boarding in the PERKINS household at 27 Piershead Street, Dalziel. In 1901, a steel worker and laborer, living at 68 Coursington Street, Motherwell, with his wife Catherine and son Thomas. At his second marriage in 1910, a steelworker, of 11 Nelson Street, West Hartlepool. In 1911, a steel plate shearman's helper at a steel works, living at 11 Nelson Street, West Hartlepool, with his wife Margaret and six of her ROBINSON children. At his son's baptism in 1912, a steelworker, of 5 Nelson Street, West Hartlepool.
        1. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. 1899 at Dalziel, d. 1917 at Hillhead, Lanarkshire. In 1901, living with his parents.
        2. Harry SERCOMBE, b. 1901 at Dalziel, d. there 1901.
        3. Albert SERCOMBE, b. 8 Aug 1912, b. reg. Q3 1912 at Hartlepool R.D., chr. 21 Aug 1912 at St. James, West Hartlepool, d. reg. Q2 1931 at Hartlepool R.D.
      7. Arthur SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1872 at Upton Pyne, b. reg. Q3 1872 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 1905 at St. James, Exeter, m. reg. Q4 1905 at Exeter R.D., Alice Rose SATCHELL (b. ca. 1872 at Exeter, d. reg. Q2 1951 at Exeter R.D.). In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. (Where in 1891 and 1901?) In 1911, an engineer's fitter for the Metropolitan Asylum Board, living (as an employee) at the Grove Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Tooting Grove, Tooting, London S.W.; Alice was living with her mother Ellen (of private means, b. ca. 1839 at Exeter) at 11 Devonshire Place, Exeter.
  2. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1791 at Christow, chr. 2 Oct 1791 at Christow, m. 27 May 1823 at Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, Martha CORNISH (b. ca. 1797 at Doddiscombsleigh, d. 6 Jul 1874 at Christow of cancer (two years duration), d. reg. Q3 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 8 Jul 1874 at Christow), d. 13 May 1874 at Christow of natural decay, d. reg. Q2 1874 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 17 May 1874 at Christow. At his marriage in 1823, of Christow; Martha was of Doddiscombsleigh. At his daughter's baptism in 1824, a laborer, of Tincombe, Christow. At his son's baptism in 1827, a laborer, of Upper Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1829, a laborer, of Tincombs. At his daughter's baptism in 1831, a laborer, of Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1834, a laborer, of Upperton, Christow. At his children's baptisms in 1836 and 1838, a laborer, of Clampit Cottage, Christow. At his daughter's baptism in 1840, a laborer, of Teign Cottages, Christow. In 1841, an agricultural laborer, living at New Road, Christow, with his wife Martha, their children Mary, Elizabeth, Eliza, Edmund, Maria, and Dina, and Thomas CORNISH (an agricultural laborer, b. ca. 1810 in Devon, probably a relative of Martha). At his daughter's baptism in 1842, a laborer, of Clampit Cottage. At his daughter's marriage in Feb 1851, a laborer. In Mar 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Cross Cottage, Doddiscombsleigh, with his wife Martha, their daughters Sarah and Susanna, and lodger Edward KEYS (an agricultural laborer, b. ca. 1826 at Tiverton, Devon, perhaps the same person as Edwin KEYS, future husband of Thomas's daughter Elizabeth?). In 1861, an agricultural laborer, living at Wood, Christow, with his wife Martha, their daughters Emma and Dinah, and Dinah's husband and two children. At his youngest daughter's marriage in 1868, a laborer. In 1871, a farm laborer, living at Wood Cottage, Christow, with his granddaughters Leah and Emma KEYS; Martha was a general nurse in the LOVEYS household at Kennick Farm, Christow. At their deaths in 1874, Thomas and Martha were of the Charity Houses, Christow; Thomas was a farm labourer. Their deaths were both registered by Mary MEADWAY (relationship unknown). Relative of researchers Thomas Peeke and Adrian Parry.
    1. Martha SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1824 at Christow, chr. 16 May 1824 at Christow, m. 9 Feb 1851 at St. Thomas, Devon, m. reg. Q1 1851 at St. Thomas R.D., Joseph MILTON (b. ca. 1821 at Alphington, Devon, son of James MILTON, a laborer). At her marriage in Feb 1851, of St. Thomas; Joseph was a laborer, also of St. Thomas; the witnesses were John HARRIS and Charlotte WARREN. In Mar 1851, living at 6 Midway Terrace, Alphington, with her husband Joseph (an agricultural laborer). (How related to her 1851 neighbor Elizabeth, wife of John SERCOMBE?)
    2. Thomas SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1827 at Christow, chr. 25 Feb 1827 at Christow, d. reg. Q2 1858 at St. Thomas R.D., bur. 6 Apr 1858 at Christow. In 1851, a farm labourer in the ADDEMS household at Pool, Bridford, Devon. At his death in 1858, of Christow.
    3. Mary Ann SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1829 at Christow, chr. 10 May 1829 at Christow, m. reg. Q4 1854 at Newton Abbot R.D., William FURSE (b. ca. 1832 at Denbury, Devon). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a general servant in the TOZER household at East Street, Ashburton, Devon. In 1861, a serge weaver, living at Litterburn, Bickington, Devon, with her husband William (a farm laborer) and their children Mary, John, and Sarah. In 1871, a nurse, living at Litterburn, Bickington, with her husband William (an agricultural laborer) and their children William, Edwin, Joseph, and Bessy.
      1. Mary Elizabeth FURSE, b. ca. 1855 at Bickington, b. reg. Q3 1855 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her parents.
      2. John FURZE, b. ca. 1857 at Bickington, b. reg. Q4 1857 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his parents.
      3. Sarah FURSE, b. ca. 1859 at Bickington. In 1861, living with her parents.
      4. William Henry FURZE, b. ca. 1861 at Bickington, b. reg. Q4 1861 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents.
      5. Edwin FURSE, b. ca. 1864 at Bickington, b. reg. Q1 1864 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents.
      6. Joseph FURZE, b. ca. 1866 at Bickington, b. reg. Q1 1866 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with his parents.
      7. (probably) Thomas Sercombe FURSE, b. reg. Q3 1868 at Newton Abbot R.D., d. reg. Q3 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D.
      8. Bessie FURSE, b. ca. May 1870 at Bickington, b. reg. Q2 1870 at Newton Abbot R.D. In 1871, living with her parents.
    4. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1831 at Christow, chr. 28 Aug 1831 at Christow, m1. 25 Sep 1851 at St. Sidwell, Exeter, m1. reg. Q3 1851 at Exeter R.D., Edwin KEYS (d. by 1861, son of William KEYS, a millwright), m2. reg. Q3 1871 at St. Thomas R.D., Charles CRABB (b. ca. 1816 at Pinhoe, Devon). In 1841, living with her parents. In Mar 1851, a general servant in the WOLLEY household at 4 Lower Summerland Place, Exeter, Devon. At her marriage in Sep 1851, a servant, of Summerland Place; Edwin was a laborer, of Paris Street. Edwin was subsequently a miner. In 1861, living at Stone Mine, Bridford, with her children Thomas, William, Leah, and Edwin, her brother Edmund, and Edmund's wife. In 1871, a cook for the vicar of Pinhoe, living at the vicarage. In 1881, living at Yanaton Lane, Pinhoe, with her husband Charles (an agricultural laborer), her daughter Emma and son Charley, and a boarder.
      1. Thomas KEYS, b. ca. 1852 at Christow. In 1861, living with his mother. In 1871, an apprentice in the household of his mother's first cousin William SERCOMBE.
      2. William KEYS, b. ca. 1854 at Christow. In 1861, living with his mother.
      3. Leah KEYS, b. ca. 1856 at Christow. In 1861, living with her mother. In 1871, living with her mother's parents.
      4. Edwin KEYS, b. ca. 1859 at Christow. In 1861, living with his mother.
      5. Emma KEYS, b. ca. 1861 at Christow. In 1871, living with her mother's parents. In 1881, a dressmaker, living with her mother and stepfather.
      6. Charley CRABB, b. ca. 1872 at Pinhoe. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
    5. Eliza SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1834 at Christow, chr. 6 Apr 1834 at Christow, m. reg. Q1 1855 at Exeter R.D., William WRIGHT (b. ca. 1828 at Colebrooke, Devon). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a house servant in the PETERS household at the Ship Inn, Coleford Village, Colebrooke. In 1871, living at Waterleat Cottage, Colebrooke, with her husband William (a drainer of land), his mother, and their children William, Eliza, and Walter.
      1. William H. WRIGHT, b. ca. 1855 at Colebrooke. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents.
      2. Eliza E. WRIGHT, b. ca. 1863 at Colebrooke. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents.
      3. Walter Sercombe WRIGHT, b. ca. 1869 at Colebrooke, b. reg. Q1 1869 at Crediton R.D. In 1871, living with his parents.
    6. Edmund SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1836 at Christow, chr. 13 Mar 1836 at Christow, m. 2 Feb 1861 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1861 at Exeter R.D., Agnes STEVENS (b. ca. 1839 in Cornwall or ca. 1842 at Lidford, Devon, daughter of Michael STEVENS, a laborer). In 1841, living with his parents. In 1851, a farm servant in the TUCKETT household, at Middle Helter, Bridford. At his marriage in Feb 1861, a laborer, of Bonhay, Exeter; Agnes was a servant, also of Bonhay; Martha STEVENS and Richard COX witnessed the marriage. In Apr 1861, a miner, living with his sister Elizabeth, together with his wife Agnes. In 1871, a lead miner (where?); Agnes was living at Floods Cottage, Rattlestreet, Christow, with her children Michael and Bessy. At his son's marriage in 1890, a miner (name given as Edwin).
      1. Michael SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1863 at Christow, b. reg. Q3 1863 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 6 Apr 1890 at St. Leonard, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1890 at Exeter R.D., Jane COLES (b. ca. 1863 at Pinhoe, daughter of Richard COLES, a gardener). In 1871, a scholar, living with his mother. In 1881, a farm servant in the LORAM household at Aldens Farm, Alphington. At his marriage in 1890, a tanner, of Exeter St. Leonard; Janes was also of Exeter St. Leonard; the witnesses were Charles [D?]ennis NORRISH and Emma NORRISH. In 1891, a farmer, living at 3 Princes Cottages, Alphington Road, St. Thomas, with his wife Jane. In 1901, a domestic gardener, living at Queens Square, North Curry, Somerset, with his wife Jane. In 1911, a domestic gardener, living at Knapp Lane, North Curry, with his wife Jane.
      2. Bessie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1865 at Christow, b. reg. Q1 1865 at St. Thomas R.D., m. reg. Q4 1888 at Exeter R.D., William WEST (b. ca. 1860 at Ashton, Devon). In 1871, a scholar, living with her mother. In 1881, a domestic servant in the ANNING household at Coffard Farm, Kenton, Devon. In 1891, living at Clapper Brook Cottage, Alphington, with her husband William (a farmer's laborer) and her children Annie and Frederick.
        1. Annie SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1881 at Alphington, b. reg. Q3 1881 at St. Thomas R.D., m. 22 Mar 1903 at Christ Church, Marylebone, m. reg. Q1 1903 at Marylebone R.D., William FLOATE (b. ca. 1878, son of William FLOATE, a printer). In 1891, a scholar, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1901, a cook in the FAIRFAX household at Grixahgulla, Elsworthy Road, Hampstead. At her marriage in 1903, of 13 Church Street (she named her father in the marriage register as Edward SERCOMBE, a farmer); William was a carpenter, also of 13 Church Street; the witnesses were Joseph CASLEY and Minnie FLOATE.
        2. Frederick WEST, b. ca. 1889 at Alphington. In 1891, living with his parents.
    7. Maria SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1838 at Christow, b. reg. Q2 1838 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 29 Apr 1838 at Christow, m. 16 Jan 1860 at the Cathedral, Exeter, m. reg. Q1 1860 at Exeter R.D., Horatio Albany Blackmore MILLMAN (b. ca. 1823 at Exeter, son of James MILLMAN, a joiner, m1. unknown, wid. by 1860). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a servant in the NECK household at 10 Paris Street, Exeter (with her birthplace enumerated as Churchstowe). At her marriage in 1860, of Heavitree; Horatio was a cabinet maker, of Cathedral Close. In 1861, living at Bear Street, Cathedral Close precinct, Exeter, with her husband Horatio (a builder employing one man and one boy), their son William, and Horatio's sons Albert, Horatio, and Charles. In 1881, living at 81 Holloway Street, Exeter, with her husband Horatio (a builder employing two men), their children William, Louisa, James, Maria, Philip, Walter, Edward, and Ernest, and Horatio's son Charles. At his son's marriage in Aug 1891, Horatio was a builder.
      1. (stepson) Albert Stanley MILLMAN, b. ca. 1846 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1846 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, an apprentice joiner, living with his father and stepmother.
      2. (stepson) Horatio MILLMAN, b. ca. 1848 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1848 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother.
      3. (stepson) Charles James MILLMAN, b. ca. 1851 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1851 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with his father and stepmother. In 1881, a woodcarver, living with his father and stepmother.
      4. William Thomas MILLMAN, b. ca. Oct 1860 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1860 at Exeter R.D. In 1861, living with his parents. In 1881, a carpenter and joiner, living with his parents.
      5. Louisa May MILLMAN, b. ca. 1863 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1863 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a dressmaker, living with her parents.
      6. James Sercombe MILLMAN, b. ca. 1865 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1865 at Exeter R.D., m. 2 Aug 1891 at St. Mary Major, Exeter, m. reg. Q3 1891 at Exeter R.D., Bessie Wood DAW (b. ca. 1864 at Crediton, Devon, daughter of John Wood DAW, a bootmaker). In 1881, a plumber, living with his parents. At his marriage in Aug 1891,a plumber, of James Street; Bessie was also of James Street; the witnesses were William John GILLARD and Nellie Amelia WILLIAMS. In 1901, a brass store keeper, living at 8 Gills Building, Exeter, with his wife Bessie and their children James, Charles, Edith, and Frederick.
        1. James Horatio Wallace MILLMAN, b. ca. 1893 at Exeter, b. reg. Q4 1893 at Exeter R.D., m. reg. Q4 1921 at Exeter R.D., his third cousin once removed Ivy SERCOMBE. In 1901, living with his parents.
          1. Ellen MILLMAN, b. reg. Q2 1922 at Exeter R.D.
          2. Betty P. MILLMAN, b. 17 Mar 1925, b. reg. Q2 1925 at Exeter R.D. Ancestor of researcher Janice Davis.
          3. June MILLMAN, b. reg. Q3 1927 at Exeter R.D.
        2. Charles MILLMAN, b. ca. 1895 at Exeter. In 1901, living with his parents.
        3. Edith G. MILLMAN, b. ca. 1897 at Exeter. In 1901, living with her parents.
        4. Frederick B. MILLMAN, b. ca. Sep 1900 at Exeter. In 1901, living with his parents.
        5. Edward Sercombe MILLMAN, b. reg. Q3 1903 at Exeter R.D.
      7. Maria Elizabeth MILLMAN, b. ca. 1867 at Exeter, b. reg. Q2 1867 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents.
      8. Philip Edmund MILLMAN, b. ca. 1869 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1869 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
      9. Walter Albany MILLMAN, b. ca. 1872 at Exeter, b. reg. Q1 1872 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
      10. Edward Henry MILLMAN, b. ca. 1874 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1874 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
      11. Ernest Horatio MILLMAN, b. ca. 1876 at Exeter, b. reg. Q3 1876 at Exeter R.D. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
    8. Dinah SERCOMBE, b. ca. Jul 1840 at Christow, b. reg. Q3 1840 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 26 Jul 1840 at Christow, m. 19 Apr 1858 at St. Edmund, Exeter, m. reg. Q2 1858 at Exeter R.D., Richard COX (b. ca. 1828 at Dunsford, Devon, son of John COX, a laborer). In 1841, living with her parents. In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents (enumerated as Sarah). At her marriage in 1858, of Bonhay; Richard was a miner, also of Bonhay; Dinah's mother and R.H. GANNICLIFFT witnessed the marriage. In 1861, living with her parents, along with her husband Richard (a lead miner) and their children.
    9. Emma SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1842 at Christow, b. reg. Q4 1842 at St. Thomas R.D., chr. 2 Oct 1842 at Christow, m. 23 Aug 1868 at Christow, m. reg. Q4 1868 at St. Thomas R.D., William Henry BULLEY (b. ca. 1844 at St. Marychurch, Torquay, Devon, son of William BULLEY, a master mason). In 1851, a scholar, living with her parents (enumerated as Susanna). In 1861, a servant, living with her parents. At her marriage in 1868, of Christow; William was a railway porter, of St. Marychurch. In 1871, lodging in the household of her husband's parents at Edgecombe Yard, St. Marychurch, with her husband William (a railway porter) and their son John. In 1881, living at 3 Beenland Cottages, Tormoham, Torquay, with her husband William (a railway porter), their children John, William, and Anna, and lodger (actually her husband's brother) Charles Henry BULLEY (a carpenter, b. ca. 1863 at St. Marychurch). In 1891, living at 9 Sanford Road, Cockington, Devon, with her husband William (a foreman railway porter) and their children William, Anna, and Emily. In 1901, living at 1 Church Cottage, Torquay, with her husband William (a foreman railway porter) and their children William, Anna, and Emily.
      1. John BULLEY, b. ca. 1869 at St. Marychurch. In 1871, living with his parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents.
      2. William H. BULLEY, b. ca. 1871 at St. Marychurch. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents. In 1891, a gardener, living with his parents. In 1901, a railway carman, living with his parents.
      3. Anna BULLEY, b. ca. 1879 at Tormoham. In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a dressmaker, living with her parents.
      4. Emily BULLEY, b. ca. 1882 at Tormoham. In 1891, living with her parents. In 1901, a dressmaker, living with her parents.
  3. Mary SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Nov 1793 at Christow, bur. 19 Dec 1793 at Christow.
  4. Elizabeth SERCOMBE, chr. 30 Nov 1794 at Christow, m. 26 Sep 1822 at Christow, Robert AMERY. In 1822, Robert was of Bristol St. Paul, Gloucestershire.
  5. William SERCOMBE, chr. 10 Mar 1799 at Christow, bur. 2 Mar 1800 at Christow.
  6. John SERCOMBE, chr. 12 Jun 1803 at Christow.
William SERCOMBE, b. ca. 1854 in Devon. In 1891, a farm servant in the SPRAGUE household at South Kennick, Christow, Devon.

Families from Cornwood, Devon

Robert SERCOMBE