Free to Members
Members’ Area Benefits
- Add all your own Member’s Interests online and search the names that Devon FHS members have posted.
- Free – ALL Devon marriages 1754-1837
- Free – Selected Historian articles
- Free – Devon Monumental Inscriptions and Photos.
- Free – Devon Documents
- Free – Devon Strays
- Free – Devon Coastguards
- Free – Devon Parish Maps to print
- Free – Methodist Ministers’ Obituaries
- Free – Miscellaneous Data Sets
- Discounts and Special Offers
- Material continuously added
£18 (Four Devon Family Historians sent by post)
£25 (Four Devon Family Historians sent by Airmail)
£14 (Four Devon Family Historians downloaded from the Society’s Members’ Area)
apply to Membership Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Images available to Members, from the earliest registers available to 1922:
Abbotskerswell, Arlington, Aveton Gifford, Axminster, Barnstaple, Bigbury, Bow, Bratton Fleming, Challacombe, Chardstock, Clannaborough, Clayhidon, Coffinswell, Coleridge, Combpyne, Cullompton, Culmstock, Exeter St. Matthew, Exeter St. Sidwell, Hawkchurch, Hemyock, Holsworthy, Ilsington, Kennerleigh, Kentisbury, Kingskerswell, Kingston, Lapford, Loddiswell, Loxhore, Malborough, Mary Tavy, Milton Damarel, Modbury, Morchard Bishop, Nymet Rowland, Peter Tavy, Plymtree, Ringmore, Salcombe, Shirwell, South Huish, Stockleigh English, Stockleigh Pomeroy, Stoke Rivers, Torquay Torwood Holy Trinity, Torquay St. Marks, Torquay St. Matthias, Washford Pyne, Withycombe Raleigh, Woodleigh, Woolfardisworthy East, Zeal Monachorum.
The Devon Family Historian
The Devon Family Historian is a quarterly journal with articles full of background information about the lives and times of Devon families and other information helping members to keep themselves well informed about developments in family history.