The Hensleigh family of Wembury
Edith Pease
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The Hensleigh family of Wembury

Thirty-nine Generations, A Thousand Year History and Genealogy follows the family from France to Cornwall and Devonshire in England, and on to America and New Zealand

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This edition was published in by Morgan Printers in Fort Morgan, Colo. (307 E. Kiowa Ave., Ft. Morgan 80701).

Written in English

287 pages

Contents include these chapters:
Acknowledgements,
A Footpath in Wembury,
Our Prideaux Line,
Our Devonshire Churches,
The Lydicks in Pennsylvania,
Hensleighs in Pennsylvania,
Morning Sun,
Pioneers of the Bluestem Prairie,
Kudos for the Tuechers,
A Hensleigh Down Under,
More Cousins,
WestCountry Revisted,
Genealogy,
Index

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Work Description

Contents include these chapters:
Acknowledgements,
A Footpath in Wembury,
Our Prideaux Line,
Our Devonshire Churches,
The Lydicks in Pennsylvania,
Hensleighs in Pennsylvania,
Morning Sun,
Pioneers of the Bluestem Prairie,
Kudos for the Tuechers,
A Hensleigh Down Under,
More Cousins,
WestCountry Revisted,
Genealogy,
Index

The Hensleigh family of Wembury

Thirty-nine Generations, A Thousand Year History and Genealogy follows the family from France to Cornwall and Devonshire in England, and on to America and New Zealand

This edition was published in by Morgan Printers in Fort Morgan, Colo. (307 E. Kiowa Ave., Ft. Morgan 80701).


First Sentence

"On the southern coast of England where Cornwall meets Devonshire lies the Parish of Wembury. You can still walk on the path that Thomas Hensleigh took fromhis home, Spirewell, to New Barton Farm where Ann Walters lived. You can walk, as they would have, along the path to Wembury Church where they worshiped, and on to Plymouth, about four miles. In Plymouth Harbor you can see steps worn by the boots of Sir Frances Drake, Captain Cook, and all the other Englishmen who sailed from Plymouth. You can buy a map which shows the network of footpaths crisscrossing Wembury. Spirewell and New Barton Farm are located on the map."

Edition Description

Contents include these chapters:
Acknowledgements,
A Footpath in Wembury,
Our Prideaux Line,
Our Devonshire Churches,
The Lydicks in Pennsylvania,
Hensleighs in Pennsylvania,
Morning Sun,
Pioneers of the Bluestem Prairie,
Kudos for the Tuechers,
A Hensleigh Down Under,
More Cousins,
WestCountry Revisted,
Genealogy,
Index

Edition Notes

Pages 142 to 260, inclusive, provides genealogy for the Hensleigh, Lydick, Prideaux and Tuescher families. Includes index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
929/.2/0973
Library of Congress
CS71.H5274 1991

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1572574M
LC Control Number
91068039

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