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From: "Arthur French" <>
Subject: Re: [DEV] Beer Ferrers:Langman/Williams/Maynard..
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 18:48:55 +0100
In most parishes in Devon (including Bere Ferrers), most burials were
(and often still are) in the churchyard of the parish (Church of
England) church. Look at...........
...under Church Records, you will see that only the Independent
'Higher Chapel' had burial records before 1840 (from 1813).
Unfortunately, only the pre-1837 records for church and chapel are
However, a death for a John LANGMAN was registered in June Quarter
1838 in Plymouth Registration District, Vol 9 page 256, so you could
find some details of his death by buying the certificate.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean Reinauer" <>
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 4:55 PM
Subject: [DEV] Beer Ferrers:Langman/Williams/Maynard..
> New lister here. Looking for the name of cemetery/church where the
> Langman family members are buried in
> Beer Ferrers; specifically looking for John Joachim(Yoakim)Langman,
> died about 1840. I have been scoping
> the Free BMD, and see that I will be ordering some civil records;
> the meantime was hoping to learn possibly
> what faith these folks were.
> I am interested in learning sbiling relationships with my forebears.
> I specifically would like to know if there were any other issue
> the union of:
> John Joachim Langman and Maria Williams, married 1830 (IGI) .
> they had one daughter, family story had it she had a brother.
> I also would like to make a connection with the Mary Longman who
> Peter Maynard descendants,
> to find out when that branch went to Australia.