The Yonge Family of Puslinch Devon

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Juan Sotomayor | Reply 16.11.2019 15.01

For a book on coffee I'm writing, I need follow up on data I found of a Captain Young who took coffee plants to Barbados in 1720. I would appreciate your help.

I YONGE 17.11.2019 13.40

Sorry, this does not look familiar to me so it must be another totally different Yonge/Young family. Good luck in your quest.

Ian Yonge

I Yonge | Reply 27.02.2019 18.07


Several of him but only as a child and more. If you can email me at I can tell you more

Fran Reid | Reply 27.02.2019 13.59

Do you have a photograph of Geoffrey Yonge, for a WWI obiturary entry in our alumni magazine (he was a pupil at Mount House, now called Mount Kelly). Thank you.

no | Reply 25.11.2015 23.48

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12.02 | 15:38

The house isnt open to the public but is easily viewed from the roadside

06.02 | 17:07

Interesting. Only limited space to reply here so if you can give me your email address I can comment properly. More info welcome


04.02 | 18:08

What about the Yonge’s of Buckhorn? I have Yonge’s going back from here. This is not my tree ti

07.12 | 07:41

Hi, would like to obtain a copy of Yonge's book (Seaton) as I am writing a book on the 52nd at, could I obtain a copy from you? Will pay. Gareth Glover Cardiff

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