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- Welcome to the KAD Heritage Group website. A forum of historical and cultural events for people in the area of Kennerleigh, Woolfardisworthy and Black Dog. In addition to a series of visiting speakers at Kennerleigh Village Hall and planned visits to sites of local interest, we are delighted to promote the wealth of talent within the community, including talk on Burma over the last 40 years by Dr John Sale on 5th April.
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- 19th Century Field names, land use and ownership in Kennerleigh a closer look at the 1841 Tithe Map of Kennerleigh. Talk on Prisoners of War in Devon 1756-1949. By Judi Binks 7.30pm Tuesday 18th March in Kennerleigh Village. I chose this topic because of my original interest in the French. POWs from the Seven Years War and Napoleonic wars who were stationed in the. Parole town of Crediton. This part of Devon continued to be used as a base for. I think the way a nation conducts war and treats its.
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Introducing family historians to the resources of the Devon Family History Society and how to do Family History without the internet! Judi Binks reported on 'Devon Remembers' planned event of 2014 centennial commemoration events of outbreak of World War One in 1914. Brian Carpenter, Chief Archivist of the Devon Heritage Centre (formerly Devon Record Office and West Country Studies Library) on 'How to Do House History'. 730pm £3 http:/ www.devon.gov.uk/record office.htm. Saturday 11th May 2013. Judi Binks...
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Kennerleigh District Heritage Group - Home
Welcome to the KAD Heritage Group website. A forum of historical and cultural events for people in the area of Kennerleigh, Woolfardisworthy and Black Dog. In addition to a series of visiting speakers at Kennerleigh Village Hall and planned visits to sites of local interest, we are delighted to promote the wealth of talent within the community, including talk on Burma over the last 40 years by Dr John Sale on 5th April.