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From: "Joan in Colorado" <>
Subject: [CON] BRIDGERULE, 1856 Kelly's Directory
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2001 07:16:55 -0700
BRIDGERULE is a parish and village on the borders of Devonshire, near
Holsworthy; the river Tamar passes near the village. The living is a
vicarage worth L150 yearly, in the gift of the Rev. T.H. Kingdon. The
population in 1851 was 428.
ANDREW, William, farmer
BAILEY, John, farmer
BARRETT, John, carpenter and shopkeeper
BRAY, John, blacksmith
BUDD, John, carpenter
CORNISH, Samuel, wheelwright & blacksmith
JEWELL, James, carrier to Devonport
LUXTON, Simon, 'Bridge'
MARSHALL, Thomas, farmer
ROGER, Nicholas, farmer
ROGERS, Thomas, farmer
TUBB, Henry, farmer
Letters through Holsworthy, which is also the nearest money order office.
Best wishes, Joan
Stone Men of the West Country
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