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Devon Genealogies - M

Mabbot

See Shaugh Prior.

Maddeford

Perrot, Terry. Notes on the Maddeford family of South Devon and South Australia. Canberra: T. Perrott, 1982.

Madge

Madge, Paul. Madge Families of Devonshire, Book 2, The Author (2004). [Tree House Library 929.2/MAD]

Mainwaring

See Exeter, and Dawlish.

Mallett

Mallett Family History: Malet/Mallet/Mallett - from 1066 to the Present Day, by Bob Mallett.
See also Iddesleigh and South Tawton.

Mallock

See Cockington.

Manning

See Cheriton Fitzpaine and Pilton.

March

See Halberton.

Marisco

See Lundy.

Marshall

McClintock, Emory. Thomas Trowbridge and Elizabeth Marshall. New England Hist. & Gen. Reg. 59, 1905, pp. 291-97. [Raymond: Of Somerset and Devon, 17th c.]
See also Exeter.

Martin

See Plymouth.

Marwood

See Colyton, and Honiton.

Maunder

See Mary Tavy and Revelstoke.

Maverick

Cresswell, Beatrix F. The Mavericks of Devonshire and Massachusetts. Exeter: J. Commin, (1929) 64 pp. [LDS 929.273 M449c]
See also Awliscombe.

Maynard

Demain-Saunders, C. The early Maynards of Devon and St Albans. Genealogists' Magazine 6 (12), 1934, pp. 591-641.

McFarland

See Modbury.

Meardon

See Meeth.

Melhuish

See Cruwys Morchard.

Mercer

See Ottery St Mary.

Merivale

Merivale, Anna W. Family memorials. Exeter: Thomas Upward, (1884) pp. xii. 392. [Merivale family, of Northamptonshire and Devon.] [BL 9905.bbb.45.]

Merrifield

See Tavistock.

Methuen

See Holcombe Rogus.

Michell

See Gittisham, and Talaton.

Middleton

See East Worlington.

Mildmay

See Holbeton.

Millaton

See Meavy.

Miller

See Barnstaple.

Mimms

Mimms, Peter. Only for life: a labouring family from the Civil War to Second World War. Bournemouth: the author, (1995) 384 pp. [ISBN: 185858065X] [Raymond: Of the East Midlands, Southwark, and Bermondsey, and Devon, 17-20th c.]

Mitchell

Devon Mitchells and some Cornish Too.

Mitchelmore

See Dartmouth.

Moase

Moase, Clifford Reagh. Moase of Devon: an account of the descendants of one of Devon's immigrants to Prince Edward Island, Henry Moase, and some of his ancestors. Frederickton, New Brunswick: The Author, (1982) [43]leaves : ill. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/MOA]

Mohun

See Haccombe, and Tormoham.

Mole

Mole, Susan. The Moles: history of a Devon family 1780-1962. S.l.: The Author ? (1993) Pages unnumbered: ill. [Plymouth Library 929.2MOL]
See also Topsham.

Monk

See North Bovey.

Moor, de la

See Cullompton.

Moore

See Aveton Gifford, Cullompton, Morchard Bishop, and South Molton.

Morcom

Morcom One-Name Study

Morice

See Werrington.

Morris

See South Molton, and Topsham.

Morrish

See Littleham (Nr Bideford).

Morton

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.

Moss

See Yealmpton.

Mounce

See Bideford.

Mules

Mules-Berry, A.W. Descent of the Mules family of Devon from 1086 AD. Saltburn-by-Sea: A.Mules-Berry (1991) 1 roll. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/MUL]
See also Kingskerswell.

Mundy

M., D. Mundy of co. Devon, Notes and Queries 158, 1930, 255-56. See also pp. 303 & 318.]
Troup, Frances B. The Reverend Matthew Mundy, I, II, III, IV. Trans. Devon. Assoc., 26, (1894), pp. 322-334. [Index]

Mungey

See Topsham.