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    1. List maintenance
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello all, following my recent email I received 'bounce' notices for the following email addresses from the Rootsweb servers: ken-toogood@lineone.net keres@ix.netcom.com rogertownsend@corkhill300.freeserve.co.uk krhiggs@glccomputers.com silke@iceni.abelgratis.co.uk These are most likely redundant old email addresses but to give any potential recipients fair warning - I intend to unsubscribe these email addresses from the list in one weeks time (ie next Sunday). Please let me know if one of these is an old address of yours (or obviously if it is a current one). Thanks Peter (DOWRICK list admin)

    09/11/2005 04:43:50
    1. CFHS article
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello all, I would imagine that many of you are members of the Cornwall Family History Society, but in case anyone isn't.. The CFHS Journal for September has an article titled 'Calling all Genealogists and Family Historians' on Page 16. The writers, Benard Deacon and Sharron P Schwartz, are working on a funded research project looking at migration patterns from three occupationally contrasting communities. A DOWRICK family is one of two examples given of he puzzles they face: <quote> And what happened to Edward and James DOWRICK born in Cornelly in about 1847 and 1848 respectively, the sons of farmer John DOWRICK and his wife Jane, and grandsons of Richard DOWRICK, aged 68 [in 1851], the innkeeper at the Gregor Arms in Cornelly? In 1861 John and Jane had moved with their family of 4 children to live at John Street, Kenwyn, where John worked as a carrier. Edward had become a blacksmith and James was still at school. In 1871 the family had migrated further west to Phillack where Jane DOWRICK turns up as Head of Household aged 60. She is not noted as widowed, so where was her husband John? Edward is enumerated as a 23-year old blacksmith, but James is also not present. Had he died or migrated, maybe with his father? By 1881 Edward who would have been 33 had also vanished. He possessed skills that would have enabled him to migrate overseas, especially to mining areas where blacksmiths were in demand. Did he migrate? Any information that you might be able to share with us will enhance what we can glean about the lives of our cohort from the data we have. Your help would be very much appreciated in making sense of the lives of ordinairy people who live through a century of great social and economic change. <end quote> I think Edward and James are Edward bpt 1 Jan 1846 at Cornelly, and James Lyne DOWRICK bpt 1 Apr 1848 at Cornelly. John, Jane and son Edward (a railway labourer) appear to still be in Phillack in the 1881 census. I can't find James though. Can anyone shed any further light on these DOWRICKs? Thanks Peter

    09/09/2005 01:09:27
    1. Elizabeth Dowrick
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. (from Cornish-Gen-L list) West Briton 29th March 1850 Third Court Wednesday March 27. ELIZABETH DOWRICK, 24, was charged with stealing from her master, Charles Emanuel PEARSE, of Bodmin, a flasket, wrapper, and various other articles, and was found Guilty. She was also charged, together with HONOR COUCH, 48 and ANN COUCH, 22, with felonies by receiving a variety of stolen articles. Sentences:- Dowrick and Honor Couch, Eighteen Months' Hard Labour each; and Ann Couch, Twelve Months' Hard Labour.

    05/09/2004 02:03:28
    1. [DOWRICK] Dowrick
    2. RogerTownsend
    3. Hello, Does anyone know the identity of the Dowrick who died in Scotland in 1935 ? Also trying to trace the life of Thomas Dowrick b. St. Ewe 1860. Thomas was registered William Thomas Dowrick. I have him in the 1881 census as Thomas, but he disappears between 1881 and 1891. Help. Regards Roger Townsend, Plymouth

    03/17/2004 11:58:33
    1. [DOWRICK] Happy Christmas
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy and Peaceful New Year for 2004 Best wishes Peter (List Admin)

    12/24/2003 02:50:21
    1. [DOWRICK] Christmas Greetings
    2. Mark Dowrick
    3. To all those researching the DOWRICK family name, I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Good Luck with all of your research. Best Wishes Mark Dowrick

    12/23/2003 01:42:25
    1. [DOWRICK] DOWRICK William and Harding, Rebecca
    2. Garry
    3. Hello Peter Thankyou for your email. As yet I have had no responses, but that doesnt matter. I did send an email with information about about the George Bull and Emma Dowrick family earlier this month but I havent recieved a reply to say they have got it. Regards Garry

    11/27/2003 01:17:56
    1. Re: [DOWRICK] William Dowrack & Rebecca Harding
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello Garry, I hope you got some responses off-list (there are other people on this list, honest :-) David Trounce has a compehensive web site of Veryan (in Cornwall) people, I've just had a look, and William and Rebecca appear on this page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dtrounce/pafg54.htm#3717 Rebeccas surname is HARDIN, presumably as spelt in the register. Davids home page is at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dtrounce/ Good luck! Peter > Hello everyone. > > I am looking for information on William Dowrack and Rebecca Harding. Does > anyone have dates for this couple or anything on their ancestors. > > Regards > Garry Williams > > > ==== DOWRICK Mailing List ==== > DOWRICK website: > http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~thegen/dowrick >

    11/16/2003 01:22:01
    1. [DOWRICK] William Dowrack & Rebecca Harding
    2. Garry
    3. Hello everyone. I am looking for information on William Dowrack and Rebecca Harding. Does anyone have dates for this couple or anything on their ancestors. Regards Garry Williams

    11/15/2003 07:38:03
    1. [DOWRICK] A DOWRICK down under
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello all, another DOWRICK spotted. Note her son was born in NZ. Cheers Peter ------- Forwarded Message Follows ------- Source: AUS-VIC-NORTHWEST-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [AUS-VIC-NorWest] Re: Percy BULL Hello Elizabeth Percy BULL appears to be the Percy in the following family group from Goroke. Name: Laurence August BULL ---------------------------------------- Birth: abt 1865 Christchurch, NZ[1] Residence: Goroke Father: George BULL (~1840-) Mother: Emma Louisa DOWRICK (ca1839-1892) Marriage: 1894 Vic, Aus[1] ---------------------------------------- Spouse: Charlotte Elizabeth MARTIN ---------------------------------------- Birth: 1872 Smythesdale, Vic, Aus[2] Death: 1949 Edenhope, Vic, Aus[3] Residence: Goroke Father: James MARTIN (~1840-) Mother: Mary McKENZIE (~1840-) Children: ---------------------------------------- 1 F: Florence Gwendoline BULL Birth: 1891 Goroke, Vic, Aus[1] ---------------------------------------- 2 M: Percy Laurence BULL Birth: 1895 Goroke, Vic, Aus[1] Death: 1959 Goroke, Vic, Aus[3] Spouse: Bridget Agnes RYAN ---------------------------------------- 3 F: Beatrice Mabel BULL Birth: 1897 Goroke, Vic, Aus[1] ---------------------------------------- 4 M: Sidney Arthur BULL Birth: 1899 Goroke, Vic, Aus[1] Death: 1978 Koru___, Vic, Aus[3] ---------------------------------------- 5 M: Harold James BULL Birth: 1904 Goroke, Vic, Aus[4] Death: 1962 Goroke, Vic, Aus[3] ---------------------------------------- 6 F: Hazel May BULL Birth: 1908 Goroke, Vic, Aus[4] Regards, Daryl Povey "Peter and Elizabeth Pidgeon" <peter_pidgeon@bigpond.com> wrote : >To: AUS-VIC-NORTHWEST-L@rootsweb.com >Hi Daryl, >Always enjoy your postings. I have a relative Bridget Agnes RYAN who >married Percy BULL Before 1945. Bridget died in Nihill in 1983 and was >buried in the Goroke cemetery. I have no info on Percy. >Keep up the good work. >Kind Regards, >Elizabeth Pidgeon >Eltham, Victoria, Australia

    05/03/2003 12:03:11
    1. [DOWRICK] A DOWRICK in Ulverston
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Came across this one - looks like her maiden name was REPTON. Regards, Peter ------- Forwarded Message Follows ------- Source: UK-ULVERSTON-FHS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [ULV:] Mentioned in will of Ann Elizabeth HODGSON of Ulverston. The following folks got a mention in the will of Ann Elizabeth HODGSON of Ulverston. The original will was made on 11 October 1912 She appointed "my friend George COWARD of Ulverston, Cooperative Society's Secretary and my sister Ada VICKERS of Ulverston, wife of John William VICKERS of Ulverston" as trustees and executors. She made bequests to "my sister Hannah STOWELL", "my sister Mary HEYES", "my sister Ada VICKERS", "for all my brothers and sisters Frank REPTON, Hannah STOWELL, Mary HEYES, Samuel REPTON, Emma DOWRICK and Ada VICKERS" Also to "the children or child then living and who shall then have attained or shall thereafter attain the age of twenty one yeears of my late brother James REPTON" The will was witnessed by James MARTIN, Solicitor, Ulverston and Herbert SMITH, clerk to MARTIN & ATKINSON, Solicitors, Ulverston. Probate was granted on 2 February 1914 (Ann Elizabeth of 18 Hart Street, Ulvesrton, having died on 6 January 1914) to George COWARD of 20 Clarence Street, Ulverston and Ada VICKERS of 8 Ainslie Street, Ulverston (wife of John William VICKERS). Probate was extracted by MARTIN & ATKINSON, solicitors, Ulverston. Still more to come. John Clayton -- Researching Clayton, Hodgson, Benson (and possibly a few more!)

    04/27/2003 01:36:12
    1. [DOWRICK] Prisoners
    2. RogerTownsend
    3. Hello Peter, Thank you for the information about the prisoners. There were several familiar names in the Polperro list and in particular Reginold Barrett who was the Grandfather of Rebecca Dowrick nee Collins b St. Mawse 1846. Rebecca married Francis George Dowrick born Ruan Lanihorn 1847. On returning home to Cornwall Reginold was appointed Customs Officer for the Falmouth area. Regards Roger Townsend, Plymouth

    02/08/2003 06:06:03
    1. [DOWRICK] (Fwd) [CON] PRISONERS OF NAPOLEON IN 1811
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello List, there is a Thomas DOWRICK at the very end of this item. ------- Forwarded Message Follows ------- Source: CORNISH-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [CON] PRISONERS OF NAPOLEON IN 1811 I HOPE THE FOLLOWING WILL HELP SOME OF YOU BREAK DOWN A BRICK WALL The Source for this list is an article by Cyril Noall which appeared in the Autumn 1962 edition of Old Cornwall. GeorgeP LIST OF CORNISH PRISONERS OF NAPOLEON IN 1811 This list of Cornish prisoners held in Napoleon's prison camps makes very interesting reading today. Most Cornish towns, and a great many parishes, are represented; but the preponderance of names comes from the seaports of the county, indicating clearly that most of those taken were sailors, the great majority, no doubt, being from the merchant service. It should be noted that this list contains only the names of those men who were actually being held as prisoners in 1811. Many detainees had 'been released earlier, or had died in prison, and of course quite a number were taken subsequently to that date, up to the conclusion of the peace in .1814. The total number of Cornishmen held as prisoners in France at various times during the whole of the Napoleonic War period must, therefore, have been much greater than is actually shown here. The Cornish prisoners were impounded at nine depots in France, these being at (A) Arras, (Be.)Besancon, (Bi.) Bitche, (Br.) Briancon, (C.) Cambray, (G.) Givet, (S.L.) Sarre Libre, (Va.) Valenciennes and (Ve.) Verdun. ANT0NY: (Be.) Geo. Sweet. (G.) George Rubbage, William Wilson. (Va.) Richard Wardon. BODMIN:(Be.) Reg. Blyth, Rd. Kimberley. (S.L.) Thomas Rawling, John Bailly. BREAGE. (Bi.) Edw. Carter. BUDE. (S.L.) Thomas Cooke. CADGWITH: (Be.) Richard Harris, Charles Harris. CALSTOCk (G.) Thomas Gray. CAMELFORD: (Be.) Thos. Bond, Richard Bond. (C.) John Smith. CONSTANTINE: (Be.) James Roberts, Henry Pollard. CORNWALL: (Exact place of abode not given), (Be.) Frances Pin, (Br.) Jas. Gills, Win. Harris, Rd. Gay. (Ve.) William Sincock, John Trannack. CRAFTHOLE: (A.) Jonathan Williams. CROWAN: (Be.) Zac. Pascow. CROWLES: (G.) John Ching. FALMOUTH: (A.) Geo. Webber, John Stephens, Henry Bath, James Warn, Henry Cameron, William Faulkener, Robert Lugg, Win. Smith. (Be.) Henry Thomas, Robert Macdonald, Henry Mitchell, John Saul, John Nichols, Win. Roskelly, Win. Downing. (Bi.) John Odgers, Ebenezer Holman. (Br.) Rd. Artwell. (C.) Samuel Slaten, Edward Kidman, Henry Downing, John Davey, Charles Foote. (G.) William Elliott, John Brown, Philip Corrin, William Racker. (S.L.) Charles Trump, Samuel Shorten, William Cock, Joseph Job. FOWEY: (A.) Richard Pill, James Hooper, Joseph Woolcock. (C.) Win. Williams, Richard Collings, Jas. Barnes. (Si.) John Hambly, William Roach, John Giles. GERRANCE: (C.) Thos. Vigurs, William Vigurs, James Saul. GULVAL: (G.) Henry Davy. GWINEAR: (G.) Thomas Stevens, William Gluyas. (S.L.) Philip Hopkins. HAYLE: (A.) John Goodman. (C.) John Philips. (S.L.) David Harvy, James Vivian. HELSTON: (C.) William Evans. (G.) William Row. LANDULPH: (Be.) Rd. Turner. LANTEGLOS: (G.) Christopher Coombs. LAUNCESTON: (A.) Thomas Pearn, Joseph Vosper. (S.L.) George Kitto. LELANT: (G.) Francis Hawes, Richard Dunn. LISKEARD: (Va.) William Rowe, John Rawlins. LIZARD: (Br.) John Keys. (G.) John Bree. LOSTWITHIEL: (Bi.) Win. Johnson. LUDGVAN; (Be.) Jos.Turen, Jos. Sims. (G.) Henry Blight, Peter Carbis, George Trewren, Thomas Trownsen, John Williams (S.L.) John Hosking. MADRON: (G.) William Morris. MARAZION: (C.) Sampson Mills.(S.L.) Philip Hitchens, Henry Treloar. (Va.) William Millett, John Keltor. MERIZZY: (G.) James Blarney. MEVAGISSEY: (A.) Win. Smith, Jas. Smith, John Robbins. (C.) Andrew Lee, Geo. Bowden, John Henwood, John Hennah, Richard Julian, Samuel Drew. (Va.) Richard Davis. MILBR00K: (Be.) Robt. Carpenter. (S.L.) James Hobbs. MOUNT: (C.) John Ninnes. (G.) John Dusting, George Miller. MOUNT'S BAY: (Br.) Stephen Potter. NEWLYN: (C.) Chas. Simons. (S.L.) Thomas Gilbert, Richard Rogers, Henry Silivan. NORTHILL: (S.L.) Edward Coombs. PADSTOW: (A.) William Doctor (?), Nicholas Brewer, Joseph White, David Williams. (Be.) Thos. Bishop, Henry Masters. (C.) Robert Luke. (G.) Charles Phillips. PAUL: (G.) William Sleeman. PAULPERN: (Be.) John Jasper, Thos. Hoyle, Ceo. Dobson, Win. Sean, John Mark, Richard Batten. PENRYN: (Be.) Robt. Hart, Win. Goss, Win. Broadmead. (C.) James Murrow, Dan Codder, Philip Jones, David Davies. (G.) James Dowling. (Va.) Thomas Teackcoinbe. PENSET: (Br.) Jas. Draper. PENZANCE: (A.) Win. Sherrest, John Gundry. (Br.) Win. Ellis, Thos. Moore Ellis, Thos Perryman, Alex Henderson. (C.) Stephen Townsend, Thomas Baker, Jacob Levy, Charles Worth. (G.) John Ellis, Francis Shephard, Samuel Thomas. (S.L.) William Hole. (Va.) John Wallis, Martin Wallis. PERRANUTHNOE: (C.) William Simmons, Francis Gundry, Alexander Row, William Rodda, Joseph Thomas, POLPERRO: (C.) Reg. Barrett, Robt. Broughton, John Rowatt, Walter Coath, John Rowe, Thos. Venton, Sam Yeo, John Quiller, John Jesper (1st), John Jesper (2nd), Wm. Mallett. (S.L.) Thomas Bartlett, Samuel Sargent, Peter Bennet, John Clements, John Jasper, Giles Bunt, Zebeda Menards, John Perry, James Puckey, William Menards, William Puckey, Richard Foward, Richard Barrett, John Pascoe, John Williams. POUNDSTOCK: (G.) Humphries Torn. RAME: (G.) John Treleaven. (Va.) Peter Sprittle. REDRUTH (Hi.) John Thomas. (S.L.) Richard Roberts. RUAN: (C.) Geo. Lobb, John Rowe. SALTASH: (Be.) Geo. Clowen. (S.L.) Samuel Jones, Peter Taylor. SCILLY: (A.) Henry Ashford. (Br.) Thos. Rease, Eras. Tregarthen. (C.) James Brower, Thomas Warren, James Fox, James Pearce, Richard Sean, William Manners, Mat. Rich, James Nantz. SENNEN: (S.L.) Thomas Chaple. SHEVIOCK: (Be.) Win. Parsons. ST. AGNES: (Be.) Jas. Thomas. (S.L.) John Hankings. ST. ALLEN: (Va.) Isaac Lambsheer. ST. AUSTELL: (A.) John Trethewy, Harry Paul. (Be.) Samuel Rutter, Jos. Wheeler. (G.) Joseph Selby. ST. BURYAN: (C.) Win. Came. (S.L.) John Simons. ST. CLEAR: (Be.) Win. Stanton. (S.L.) Ruby Odgers. ST. IVES: (Br.) Isaac Thomas. (C.) Ismael HorsĀ­born. (G.) James Sincock, John Short, Thomas Williams, Thomas Cogger, James Sampson. ST. JOHN'S: (G.) Thomas Jago, John Hunn. ST. JUST: (Be.) Thos. Bonitta. (G.) James Hard, Thomas Ebbett, ST. MARTINS: (C.) John Johns, Henry Johns, St. MAWES: (C.) Richard Dunn, William Thomas, John Lowrey, Thomas White, William Fowler, ST. TUDY: (Be.) John Jones (?). STITHIANS: (G.) Thomas Collins. STRATTON: (Be.) James Hales. TORPOINT: (Be.) Robert Cundy, Edw. Jones. (C.) Thomas Walker. TRURO: (A.) Henry Sundry. (Hi.) Richard Beck. (Br.) John Morris, Robt. Tuckerman. (C.) William Jones. (G.) John Morton, Edward Row. (S.L.) William West, Thomas Harris. VERYAN: (G.) Thomas Dowrick.

    02/03/2003 11:53:17
    1. Re: [DOWRICK] Happy Christmas
    2. RUSSELL DOWRICK
    3. Peter, Sorry I missed your greeting (holidaying in Queensland). A belated Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to you all is better late than never!! Called on Aunt Mavis Webb nee Dowrick in Toowoomba, she's 80 this year and almost as fit as a fiddle. Looking forward to more searching in 2003. Regards, Russ Dowrick

    01/06/2003 10:21:56
    1. [DOWRICK] (Fwd) PML Search Result matching Dowrick
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Of interest to anyone?? ------- Forwarded Message Follows ------- Date sent: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 16:34:28 -0700 From: "DA & RR Hurst" <daandrrhurst@austarnet.com.au> Source: NEW-ZEALAND-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [NZ] Bull Family 1862 + Greetings List, I am seeking help on the Bull family of George and Emma Louisa (Dowrick) The following children were born in NZ. 1 Set of stillborn twins DOB unknown. 2 Louisa Ophelia 1862 3 James Herbert 1863 4 Lovell Marmaduke 1866 5 Laurence Augustine 1868 6 Ada Robina 1870 7 Alfred Ernest 1871 Remaining children born in Australia. I would really appreciate any help or guidance in searching for Place of birth, dates, etc, and also how and where to obtain Certificates. Also information on the shipping records that they would have travelled on. Kind regards, thanking you in advance, David Hurst Korumburra, Victoria, Australia. " Such is Life " --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Thanks to AVG Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.434 / Virus Database: 243 - Release Date: 25/12/02

    12/31/2002 01:08:59
    1. [DOWRICK] Happy Christmas
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy and Peaceful New Year for 2003. Best wishes Peter

    12/23/2002 03:26:28
    1. Re: [DOWRICK] Cornish Dowricks
    2. Peter Brooks
    3. Hello Sarah, welcome to the list - there are others on it! We are a small band though, not surprising as DOWRICK is a fairly rare surname, originating either in Cornwall or Devon (with by far the majority of occurences in the former). Have you had a look at my webpages at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~thegen/dowrick A large amount of this information came from John Dowrick of Texas who had been researching the name for many years. According to the records I have, James DOWRICK was bpt 9 Mar 1757 at Veryan, and was buried 15 May 1835 at Veryan. He married Thomasine CLARKE at Falmouth on 18 Jan 1784. She was buried 28 Dec 1844 at Veryan. James was a son of William and Rebecca (nee HARDING) who were married at Veryan on 18 Aug 1742. William _may_ have been the son of George and Elizabeth SWEET, who was bpt 29 Jun 1717 at Veryan. Tricky to prove with a common forename. If you want the siblings of the above let me know, although it may take me a little while to compile them. Best wishes Peter > > Hi folks, > > I thought it was time I joined you :) My great grandmother was one > Florence DOWRICK who was born in Gorran in Cornwall to Frederic(k) Thomas > DOWRICK and Polly GROSE. Thanks to some ingenious work done by other > people, in particular David Trounce in Canada, I have managed to tie my > family in nicely with some Cornish DOWRICKS. David has a nice web page > which has a list of people living in Veryan from 1683-1900, taken from > church indices and census returns: > > (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dtrounce/Index2.html) > > >>From this I know my family runs backs as follows (although I haven't > personally double checked this information): > > Frederic(k) Thomas DOWRICK (1863/4-?) was the son of Thomas DOWRICK and > Harriet BLAMEY. > > Thomas DOWRICK (1830-?) was the son of Nathaniel DOWRICK and Margaret > (Peggy) BLAMEY. > > (Yes, I've plotted the family tree and we have some interesting > intermingling between these two families) > > Nathaniel DOWRICK (1794-1832) was the son of James DOWRICK (~1751/61-1841) > and Thomasine CLARK (1761/2-1844). > > Looking forward to seeing if we're connected! > > All the best > > Sarah > > > ==== DOWRICK Mailing List ==== > DOWRICK website: > http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~thegen/dowrick > >

    05/20/2002 05:04:59
    1. [DOWRICK] Cornish Dowricks
    2. Sarah Tilley
    3. Hi folks, I thought it was time I joined you :) My great grandmother was one Florence DOWRICK who was born in Gorran in Cornwall to Frederic(k) Thomas DOWRICK and Polly GROSE. Thanks to some ingenious work done by other people, in particular David Trounce in Canada, I have managed to tie my family in nicely with some Cornish DOWRICKS. David has a nice web page which has a list of people living in Veryan from 1683-1900, taken from church indices and census returns: (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dtrounce/Index2.html) >From this I know my family runs backs as follows (although I haven't personally double checked this information): Frederic(k) Thomas DOWRICK (1863/4-?) was the son of Thomas DOWRICK and Harriet BLAMEY. Thomas DOWRICK (1830-?) was the son of Nathaniel DOWRICK and Margaret (Peggy) BLAMEY. (Yes, I've plotted the family tree and we have some interesting intermingling between these two families) Nathaniel DOWRICK (1794-1832) was the son of James DOWRICK (~1751/61-1841) and Thomasine CLARK (1761/2-1844). Looking forward to seeing if we're connected! All the best Sarah

    05/16/2002 10:44:58
    1. [DOWRICK] Elizabeth Dowrick
    2. RogerTownsend
    3. Hello, 1901 census. Elizabeth Dowrick aged 21. Single b. St. Mawse Housemaid. 7, Collingwood Villas, Devonport RG13/2109 Fishe 2 Page 88 This appears to have been repeated on page 76 Roger Townsend, Plymouth

    04/19/2002 12:12:34
    1. [DOWRICK] Plymouth
    2. RogerTownsend
    3. Hello all, Post Office directory Plymouth, England 1915-1916 J. B. Dowrick, 4 Neath Rd., Plymouth Mrs D Dowrick 39, Beatrice Ave. Plymouth W Dowrick 1, Preston Villas, Plymouth Dinah Dowrick died 4th Q. 1929 Reg. Plymouth 5b 317 Web site worth looking at for Plymouth area http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~terryw/ Regards Roger Townsend Plymouth

    03/17/2002 04:23:52