BRAYFORD      

A rural parish in North Devon, England including Brayford village, High Bray and Charles, and a part of Exmoor National Park

 

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From Richard Cutcliffe:

My Great Great Grandfather was William Cutcliffe one of the first Baptist ministers in North Devon.

In the early 1980s I visited the Brayford chapel and located the Manse with his name on the pastor stone. (For some reason incorrect spelling with e missing)

William Cutcliffe was born in 1806, appointed pastor in 1831, retired in 1876 and was subsequently buried in 1879 in Oxford.

I have been unable to track any of his siblings or parents and am hoping to track down some more information, but my own information collated so long ago is confused with all sorts of spurious notes.

We have produced a Family Tree but unfortunately we have not been able to identify William's parents or siblings. My father was Kenneth born 1908, who died in 1993.

I would be grateful for any additional information, and any further information for my Great Great Grandfather.


Richard Cutcliffe
Mobile: 07968 751574    Email: richard@cutcliffe.net



Book of Remembrance 

Rev William Cutcliffe
Extract from a Book of Remembrance

 


Rev William Cutcliffe 

Rev William Cutcliffe


William & Mary Cutcliffe 

William and Mary Cutcliffe
and son George

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