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From: John Yolland <>
Subject: Re: LANGLER
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 1999 07:35:48 +1300
Hi Arthur, Lyn and all
Arthur French wrote:
> I don't think I have any record of descendants, but I can tell you quite a lot
> about Susan. Her surname was LangLer, not Langer. She was the eldest child (I
> think) of John LANGLER and Elizabeth née WOOD. She was baptised in the parish
> church, St Andrew's, Ipplepen (some 6 or 7 miles east of Ashburton, 3 miles south
> of Newton Abbot). John and Elizabeth were married in Ipplepen on 18 Feb 1817,
> when they were both 25 (baptised 21 Aug 1791 and 13 Oct 1791). John was a farmer,and moved to Rew Farm, Ashburton. Susan had at least 6 younger siblings,>and the youngest, George, set up a saddler's shop in Ashburton. I have seen some
> horse-brasses with 'Langler, Maker, Ashburton' on the back. A link with your
> blacksmith? There is a descendant of George (Stephen Langler) in Ipplepen now.
I have a copy of the certificate of marriage between Elizabeth Alice LANGLER and
Stephen William YOLLAND who married on 9 April 1891 at Ashburton Parish Church.
The certificate lists George LANGLER, Saddler of Ashburton, as her father.
They had only one daughter, Winifred Alice YOLLAND, born 18 July 1893, who
subsequently married Reginald Arnold GILLARD in Bristol in the April/June Qr of 1917
I would very much like to find out if there are any descendants of this latter
marriage, and make contact with Stephen Langler.
John Yolland, Auckland, New Zealand
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