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Devon Genealogies - F

Fairweather

See Malborough.

Falconer

See Petrockstowe.

Fane

Carew, Joyce. Dusty pages : a story of two families and their homes : Castle Hill, Montacute, Clovelly, Wolfeton, Moyles Court, Hartland, C.J. Creed, Bridport (c1972). [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/FOR] [Raymond: Fane and Fortescue families of Dorset, Devon, Somerset and Hampshire. Includes pedigree, 18-20th c.]

Farrance

See Axminster.

Farrington

Tenison, C.M. A London Citizen's Diary. Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 3rd ser. 4, 1902, pp. 176-78. [Raymond: Pedigrees, etc., of Morton and Farrington families, of Devon and London, 17-18th c.

Fellowes

See Eggesford.

Ferrers

Ferrers, Cecil S.F. The Ferrers family history (Part I). Miscellaneous letters, notes & extracts, in re Ferrers family (Part II). Torquay: Andrew Iredale (pr) (1900) 86p: fold.geneal. table. [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/FER]
See also Bere Ferrers.

Ferris

See Exeter.

Fezzey

Lebutt, Marianne. The Fezzey family history. Englewood, Ohio: the author, (1996) 108 pp. [Raymond: Of Devon and the United States, 18-20th c.] [LDS 929.273 F439]

Fisher

Downs, D.R.M. Farmers, six generations of the Fisher family 1740-1980: a story of migration from Devon to Canada, The Author (2003). [DFHS Library]
See also Little Torrington and Yarnscombe.

Fishley

See Fremington.

Fishleigh

See Abbots Bickington.

Fissacre

See Moreleigh.

Fitzalan

See Dodbrooke, and East Portlemouth.

Fitz-Charles

See Dartmouth.

Fitzwarren

See Great Torrington.

Flode

See Hennock.

Folland

See Barnstaple.

Follett

See Topsham, Exeter, and Sidmouth.

Fontaine

See Barnstaple.

Foote

See Ashburton.

Ford

See Torquay St Marychurch, and Totnes.

Fortescue

Carew, Joyce. Dusty pages : a story of two families and their homes : Castle Hill, Montacute, Clovelly, Wolfeton, Moyles Court, Hartland, C.J. Creed, Bridport (c1972). [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/FOR] [Raymond: Fane and Fortescue families of Dorset, Devon, Somerset and Hampshire. Includes pedigree, 18-20th c.]
Fortescue, Winifred. There's rosemary, ... there's rue. Edinburgh: William Blackwood (1939). [Fortescue family] [Westcountry Studies Library s824/FOR]
Fox, Charles Henry. A short genealogical account of some of the various families of Fox in the West of England, to which is appended a pedigree of the Crokers of Lineham, and also sketches of the families of Churchill, Yeo, Pollard, Coplestone, Strode, Fortescue and Bonvile. Bristol: T. Kerslake & Co., 1864. [Raymond: With folded pedigrees, 17-19th c.]
See also Filleigh, and Milton Abbot.

Fowell

See Ugborough.

Fox

Ellicott, William M. Families of Churchill, Croker, Fox, Coplestone, Bonvile, Ellicott, etc., of Devonshire, England, and some of their descendants in America. . . Baltimore: [ ], 1931. Reprinted from the Maryland Historical Magazine 26, (1931) 19p, pls: ill. [Medieval-18th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELL]
Fox, Charles Henry. A short genealogical account of some of the various families of Fox in the West of England, to which is appended a pedigree of the Crokers of Lineham, and also sketches of the families of Churchill, Yeo, Pollard, Coplestone, Strode, Fortescue and Bonvile. Bristol: T. Kerslake & Co., 1864. [Raymond: With folded pedigrees, 17-19th c.]

Frazier

Rowland, Robert & Sheila. Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: Henry Corber Case Study, Devon Family Historian, vol. 164, (2017) pp.37-38. [b. Gun Lane, Stoke Damerel, 1812]

Freeman

See Ashburton, Bovey Tracey, Buckfastleigh, and Dartmoor.

Frost

The Frost Family of Devonshire, made available by Norman Ford.

Froude

Hooppell, R.E. The Froudes or Frowdes of Devon. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 24, 1892, pp. 441-57.
See also Denbury.

Fruin

Miller, Dennis. My Family Research . . . with a touch of serendipity, Devon Family Historian, vol. 108, (2003) pp.13-16.

Fulford

See Dunsford.

Furneaux

Cooper, Sue. London to Devon by Boat, Devon Family Historian, vol. 159, (2016) pp.42-43.
Furneaux, H. Furneaux family genealogical extracts from a pocket-book ... Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica (New Series), 2, 1877, pp. 218-22. [Raymond: 18th c. includes marriage licences, etc.]
Furneaux, H, Notices of the family of Furneaux from the eleventh to the fifteenth century, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 3rd series 3, pp. 212-6; 4, 1902, pp. 7-11.
See also Buckfastleigh, Churston Ferrers, Paignton, Plymouth, and Venn Ottery.

Fursdon

Fursdon, David. Fursdon: home of the Fursdon family. Tiverton: Marlands, (1984) 24p: ill. [Includes pedigree, 14-20th c.] [Westcountry Studies Libraryp728.8/CAD/FUR]

Furse

Walton, Hugh. Oxford: Jericho and the Furse family of Devonshire, Oxfordshire Local History 3 (8), 1992, pp. 338-44. [16-19th c.]

Fry

See Colyton.