Exeter's oldest families under spotlight in new exhibition
SOME of Exeter’s oldest families come under the spotlight at an exhibition that will be the star attraction at the opening of the 2013 Topsham Museum season on March 27.
Family History will cast new new light on how Topsham grew and developed over 400 years through the prism of six local families.
The deepest roots in this exhibition belong to the Pym family tree – the Pyms have been in Topsham since at least 1640, connected mainly with the seafaring trades, including as Trinity House pilots on the Exe. These are drawn from an archive of 90 local family histories which the Museum has now recorded,
Other families featured in the exhibition are: Pyne & Tapper (early 1800s) Nurserymen and carriers; Hurdle (1790) Entrepreneurs, traders and shipowners; Newman (c. 1750) mostly masons by trade; Luscombe kept grocery shop on Strand; Bricknell (early 1800s in Topsham but mid 17th Aylesbeare) – Town Band and Fire Brigade
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