DHRG No. 102696
Land transferred from 1. John Ford & wife to 2. Peter Jellard and Nicholas Pering. 1st April 1708.
Wadstray House Sale
DHRG No. 102698
to be offered at a very low reserves. Particulars of the well built & splendidly place old world country residence called ''Wadestray House''. Situated in the parish of Blackawton, South Devon.
Lillian Blanche McGeagh, Her Diary
DHRG No. 102699
Extracts from the travel diary of Lillian Blanche McGeagh from Pittsburgh, aged 23 & visiting with her father: concerning her visit to Blackawton in 1896.
FORDJELD HUTCHERLEIGH, BLACKAWTON PARISH.
DHRG No. 102957
One of deeds declaring uses of a fine levyed by John Ford and his wife to Peter Jellard and Nicholas Pering of a messuage and tenement of 33 acres in Hitchley, alias Hutchisley or Hutchesley in Blackawton. (Now Hutcherleigh)
Memories W S Dimes
DHRG No. 102962
From Devonshire, Historical, Descriptional and Biographic :-
GREAT FIRE AT BLACKAWTON OLDSTONE HOUSE DESTROYED
DHRG No. 102963
The old family mansion of the Dimes family was on Saturday night-destroyed by one of the most disastrous fires which has ever occurred in the neighbourhood of Blackawton.Dartmouth and South Hams Chronicle February 15 1895.
EXTRACTS FROM THE TRAVEL DIARY OF LILLIAN BLANCHE McGEAGH
DHRG No. 102964
LILLIAN BLANCHE McGEAGH from Pittsburgh, aged 23 & visiting with her Father:- nconcerning her visit to BlackawtonTuesday. August 25. 1896