entry in Beer Ferris in Tavistock parish register for 25 Aug 1818 shows Isaac Smith DAWE (sic) as sojourner of this parish, and Betsey Metters (sic) of this parish spinster, "married in this church by banns with the consent of their parents" by Harry Hobart, Rector. Both signed: Isaac Smith Daw (sic) and Betsey Matters (sic). Wit: Humphrey Roberts, Mary Box (neither of whom witnessed other marriages on the page) 
Notes: Isaac Daw, 40, miller; Betsy, 45, both b county (on following page): Betsy Daw, 15; Honor, 9; Jane, 8; David, 4; James Walkey(?), 15, m.s. All b Cty. Neighbours in household immediately preceding this were Mary Bidgood and family, Mary being the mother of Abraham, husband of Joan, Isaac's sister
Lumburn, Devon, England
DAW: Isaac S head 54, miller emp 4m & 1b, b. Tavistock; Betsy: Miller's wife, 58 b Beeralston. Honer (sic) Gale, 15, niece, b Mariston (sic), DEV. Servants: Thomas Hains, mar, 30, miners labourer; William Kerslake, 14, farm lab.; Frederick Jackman, 15, farm lab. all b Tavistock 
↑ Marr. 25 Aug 1818 Isaac Smith DAWE & Betsey MATTERS, Bere Ferrers, DEV From Bere Ferrers Parish Register
↑ 1851 Census: Lumburn, Tavistock, DEV, PRO HO/107/1883 Folio 323 p 10 LDS film 0221032, hsehold of Isaac S & Betsy DAW
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