The home of some of the Fryer, Pitcher, Taysum, Longney and Welch families¬†prior to the 20th century.
Arlingham, Gloucestershire - St Mary the Virgin's Church
Several generations of the Fryer, Taysom and Pitcher family were baptized and married in this church. Photographs of some of the graves at Arlingham can be found within the 'Graves & Memorials' collection of the Photo Gallery.¬†
Black Torrington, Devon
This is where the Smale and Horn families resided during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Charles Newbold Hibbitt and Mary Ann Pitcher were married at Claines in 1862.
Various members of the Pitcher and Rice families were married and baptized in St Bartholomew's Church in Coaley.
Newland and Clearwell, Gloucestershire
These villages in the Forest of Dean were home to 17th century members of the Pitcher/Pitchard family.
Hibbitt, Dando and Hellyer families lived in and around Plymouth, primarily during the 20th century.
Benjamin Pitcher (the elder) and his wife, Margaret (nee Worgan), and their family lived here during the late 18th century.
Geake, Martin, Hellyer, Smale, Hibbitt, Stenlake and other families lived in Tavistock.