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Devon Genealogies - D


See Exeter.


See Axmouth.


See Parkham.


See Honiton.


See Stoke Gabriel.


See Lustleigh, Ottery St Mary, and Topsham.


Rumsey, Mary. Lines of descent from William and Samuel Dawton - papermakers. Typescript [1996] 5 leaves [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/DAW]


See Woodbury.

de la Tour

See Barnstaple.


Deacon, Lois. George Deacon's seven, of Devon, St Peter Port, Toucan Press (1972) [1], 94 pp., leaf. ports. [ISBN: 0-85694-039-9]


See Colyton.


Holman, M.L. (ed.) Abstracts of English records gathered principally in Devonshire and Essex, in a search for the ancestry of Roger Dearing, c.1624-1676, and Matthew Whipple c.1560-1618. Boston: privately printed (1929) [xii],637p. [Raymond: Dearing of Devon; Whimple of Essex]


Roberts, W.A. The Denbow family book, Kingsbridge, W.A. Roberts (1985) 104cols: ill, maps. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/DEN]


See Sidmouth.


See Ilsington.


See Ashwater.


See Barnstaple, and West Down.


Bell, Jacqueline. Why Y-DNA?, Devon Family Historian, vol. 154, (2015) pp.11-12. [The Dewdney families of Sussex, Surrey and Devon]


See Tiverton.


Beissbarth, Reinhard and Annette. Sarah Emmeline Dickens: Devon Connection to an Australian Cemetery Mystery, Devon Family Historian, no. 151, (2014) pp.13-14.


See Blackawton.


Jones, Michael. The family of Dinan in England in the middle ages. Dinan: Le Pays de Dinan (1987) 62p: ill. [ISBN 2905952024] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/DIN]


See Doddiscombsleigh, and Dunsford.


See Exeter.


Dodderidge, Sidney E. Dudderidge alias Dodderidge of Devon, Somerset and Dorset, Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset 9, 1905, pp. 157-65, See also 13, 1913, pp. 328-30.
Dodderidge, Rev. Sidney E. and Shaddick, H. G. Hastings. The Dodderidges of Devon: With an Account of the Bibliotheca Doddridgiana, Exeter, (1909) 63 pp.
Dodderidge, S.E. Pedigrees of Dodderidge, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 5th series 1, (1916) pp. 68-72, 146-52, 195-8, 236-8, & 274-5. Addenda, 3, (1918-19) p. 127.
Dodderidge, Sidney E. Pedigree of Sir John Dodderidge, judge of the Kings Bench, and the Rev. Dr. Philip Dodderidge of Northampton, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 5th series I, 1916, pp. 95-101. [Raymond: Of Devon and Pennsylvania, 16-19th c.]
Dodderidge of Doetheridge, Co. Devon, and Crowcombe, Co. Somerset, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 4th series 5, 1914, pp. 261-4.
See also Barnstaple, Sandford, and South Molton.


See Okehampton.

Dol, de

See Torquay St Marychurch.


See Torquay St Marychurch.


See Barnstaple, East Down, and Tiverton.


Shrimpton, Mary. Devon, Durham, and destiny: the story of two Englishmen and their families in Australia: the Simpsons from County Durham and the Downtons from Devonshire. Camberwell, Victoria: M.F, Shrimpton, 1987. [ISBN: 0959366806]


See Sandford.


Hunt, John G. The Dowrish pedigree, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries 28, 1959-61, pp. 91-93.
See also Stockleigh English.


Drake, Charles E. The Origins of the Drakes of Devon, Genealogist's Magazine, vol. 27, no. 2, (2001) pp.3-8. 
Drake, Charles E. The Origins of the Drakes of Devon: An update (archived copy), Genealogist's Magazine, vol. 28, no. 5, (2005) pp.201-209.
Eliott-Drake, Lady. The family and heirs of Sir Francis Drake. London: Smith, Elder & Co (1911) 2 vols: ill.
Reichel, O. The family and heirs of Sir Francis Drake, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 9, 1916, p. 32.
Somaster, Sam. An account of some noble families in Devonshire, and Members of Parliament in the year 1640, Western Antiquary 1, 1881, pp. 56-57, 66-67, 69, 80, 82, 96-97, & 108-9. See also p. 162.
Buckland Abbey, Devon. (Rev. ed.). Bromley: National Trust (2003) 48 pp.. [Raymond: Home of the Drake family from the 16th c., includes Drake pedigree 16-20th c.]
Roy Andrews' Drake Web-Site
See also Buckland Monachorum, Colyton, Cruwys Morchard, Musbury, and Tavistock.


Baxter, Carol. The Drews of Dromlohan: preliminary history of the Drew family from Dromlohan townland, Kilcornan parish, County Limerick, Ireland. St. Ives N.S.W.: the author, (1996) iv, 70 pp. : geneal. tables. [Raymond: Includes appendix The Anglo-Irish Drew family and their ancestors, detailing the 16th c. Drew family of Devon.] [LDS 929.2415 D82]
Mckechnie, S. A Devonshire family of Georgian times, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30, 1965-7, pp. 295-8.
Genealogy of the family of Drew, Topographer and genealogist 2, 1853, 209-13. [Devon family.]
Abstracts of wills of the Drew Family, proved in the Court of the Archdeacon of Exeter and other courts 1550-1891 (LDS film 0892356) [For the Drew family of Exeter, Sharpham and Hayne, but also including Drew wills from elsewhere in Devon.]
See also Broadclyst.


See Ashprington, Broadhembury and Paignton.

Du Maurier

Du Maurier, Daphne. The Du Mauriers. London: Gollancz (1973) 334p. [ISBN 0575010770] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/DUM]


Philson, Marianne. The Duder Family in New Zealand. Auckland: Bush Press, (1990) 144 pp. : ill. [Raymond: Includes pedigree of the Duders of Devon, 16th-19th c.] [ISBN: 0908608233]
See also Kingskerswell.


Duke, Rashleigh E.H. A pedigree of the Devonshire branch of the family of Duke. London: Mitchell Hughes (1908) 10p, 2p of pls. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/DUK]
See also Honiton, and Otterton.


See Woodbury.


Dunn, C. The Dunn Family of Devon & Minnesota (2003). [DFHS Library p929.2/DUN]


Dymond, Robert. Memoir of John Dunning, first Lord Ashburton, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 8, 1876, pp. 82-112. [Raymond: Includes pedigree.]
See also Walkhampton.


See Tiverton.


Benson, J. The De Dunstanvilles, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries 20, 1938-9, pp. 194-204. [Raymond: Of Shropshire, Sussex, Wiltshire, Devon and Cornwall. Medieval; includes pedigrees.]


Dwelly, E. Compendium of notes on the Dwelly family, Fleet, E. Dwelly (1912) 84p: geneal tables. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/DWE]


See Braunton.