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Church flowers 2010

“The flower offered of itself
And eloquently spoke
Of Gods
In languages of rainbows
Perfumes
And secret silence...”
(Phillip Pulfrey)

During 2010 our volunteer photographer visited most of the churches of the Mission Community and amongst his photographs are images of the some of the flowers in four of our Churches. We are planning to put an up to date slideshow of our church flowers on the website in the near future. 

With grateful thanks to each and every one of our volunteer flower arrangers.

Slideshows

Welcome to our photo slideshows.

Use the menu on the right to select the album of photographs that you would like to see.

The photographs will appear on your screen as a slideshow (most are from Google Picasa, the Medieval Hog Roast will link you to a Facebook page).

Please help us to develop this part of our website. If you would like to contribute your photographs of an event etc, you can arrange that by contacting Margaret, our Administration Manager.

A big thank you to everyone who has contributed to these pages so far. Enjoy !!

HOW TO USE THE PICASA SLIDESHOWS

Each slideshow will start automatically, after a short delay.

To replay the slideshow. At the end of the slideshow a white arrow will appear in the centre of the last image. Click in the white arrow to replay the whole slideshow.

To access slideshow controls. Click twice in the black frame at the bottom of any photograph. This will enable you to access the slideshow controls (back, forward and pause). Clicking on the pause button (the one in the middle) will enable you to scroll through the photographs one at a time by using the back or forward arrow.

Family History and parish records

We receive many enquiries from people who are researching the history of their families in this area. We do not hold copies of old parish records from the churches in the Netherexe Mission Community and in all cases we refer the enquirer to the Devon Records Office, which is where those old parish records are now held.

So, if you are seeking information about your ancestors, please use the information and Internet links below to help you identify and contact those organisations which should be able to help you further your research. Good luck!

Devon Records Office

The Devon Record Office exists to collect and preserve the historical records of Devon and to make them available to all who wish to study them. There are three record offices which share this task (Exeter, Barnstaple and Plymouth / West Devon).

Homepage of the Devon Records Office

Family history advice page

Parish registers – general information page

The list of Devon Parish, Non-Parochial and Civil Registers held in Devon’s Records Offices

 

Parish registers available online:

Almost 900,000 Devon parish records have become available online, making it easier to find your Devon ancestors. The UK family history website Findmypast has launched the Devon parish records in association with the Devon Family History Society. This is a subscription or pay for view service.

Some local parish registers are available free online:

Thorverton  - at Rootsweb (Baptisms 1813-1839, burials 1841-1880)

Rewe and Brampford Speke (burials) - at Devon Heritage

 

Genuki

GENUKI is a genealogy web portal, run as a charitable trust. Its aim is "to serve as a "virtual reference library" of genealogical information that is of particular relevance to the UK & Ireland". A good place to start is at the Genuki page for Devon (then follow the link to the Church Records section)

Snow December 2010

Remember the winter of 2010?

Here are some images to remind you what it was like, with thanks to all those people who have contributed their photographs.

 

 

Website guide

We are in the process of installing a new version of our website software and updating the site. Please bear with us while we make the changes. The information on this website is divided into a number of broad categories. You can access the information by using the green drop down menu at the top of every page or by following the links in the table below. We hope you enjoy your visit and that you will stay 'In Touch' and visit us again soon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are seeking information about ... Click the link below to go to ....
Our churches, parishes and their history The churches
Services in our eleven churches Church services
   

Forthcoming events in all our parishes

In Touch and The Netherexe Diary

Our five working groups Working groups
Local study groups and courses Study Groups  or Courses
Schools in our parishes Schools
Family history and other records Family history and parish records
Who to contact Contact us
Something else Useful websites