(26 April 1833 - after 1847)
|Father||Isaac Smith Dawe1 b. cir. Mar 1797, d. 11 May 1851|
|Mother||Bettsey Metters1 b. cir. Apr 1792, d. 8 Oct 1863|
|Relationship||2nd great-grandaunt of Lorna Henderson|
BMDB dataJane Dawe was born on 26 Apr 1833 Newton Mill, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.1 She was christened in the Ang Ch, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.1
Jane Dawe was assumed to have died aft. 1847 ?Lumburn, Dist of Tavistock, DEV, ENG, as she is mentioned in the will her father wrote in Nov 1847.
There's a Jane, aged 17, of Milehouse, d. 7th, bur. 9th Nov 1850.2,3
Census/Where lived/OccupationsJane Daw appeared on the census of 7 Jun 1841 Newton Mill, Tavistock, DEV, ENG, in the household of Isaac Daw and Betsy Daw shown as Jane Daw.7
Wills/bequestsIsaac, David, Mary, Bettsey, Thirza, Honor and Jane were beneficiaries in the 10 Nov 1847 will of their father Isaac Smith Dawe Lumburn, Dist of Tavistock, DEV, ENG.2
|Last Edited||19 Dec 2014|
- Lois Saleeba (19674), "EM DAW: Tavistock, ex Lois S," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, DAW(E) FTree, rcvd Dec 1999.
- Jill GROVES (42553), "EM Cook/Ravey ex Jill G," e-mail to L Henderson(1), Will Isaac Smith DAW, wrtiten 10 Nov 1847, proved 28 Jun 1851, transcr rcvd Jan 2006.
- Findmypast online at http://www.findmypast.com, Dth 7th Bur. 9th Nov 1850 Jane DAWE, aged 17, of Milehouse, Stoke Damerel, DEV, from Plymouth & West Devon Record Office Collection, extracted from image Oct 2012.
- "Lorna's Family History Musings", Feb 2006.
- Www FreeBMD ENG online at http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marr. 1848 James COCK and Jane MORTIMOREreg. E Stonehouse Jun qtr 1848 9/387, extracted Feb 2006.
- Findmypast online at http://www.findmypast.com, Marr. 26 Dec 1855 Jane d/o Samuel (labourer) DAW; John s/o William (labourer) DIBBLE, West Anstey, DEV, from Devon Marriages Image, extracted Dec 2014.
- Val Symis (30421), "EM DAWE/TAYLOR ex Val SYMIS," e-mail to L Henderson (1), digital copy of entry on 1841 census: Tavistock (HO107/249 Bk 6 Folio 8 ED 3 Pg 10 & 11), rcvd Jan 2004.
E. & O. E. Some/most parish records are rather hard to read and names, places hard to interpret, particularly if you are unfamiliar with an area. Corrections welcome