Thanks very much for your message.
Currently, the info that I have regarding my husband's CAMPION ancestry is, briefly:
William CAMPION married Elizabeth SYMS, 14 Feb 1733 (marriage seemingly recorded at Kingsteignton, Devon AND Saint Thomas The Apostle, Exeter, Devon).
Gregory CAMPION, bap 29 Nov 1735, Kingsteignton, Devon; married (1st wife) Elizabeth "Betty" STONE, 1 Jan 1761, Kingsteignton, Devon
William CAMPION, Plasterer, bap 18 Jun 1769, Totnes, Devon; died 9 Jan 1846, Trinity Street, Exeter Holy Trinity, Devon; married Mary WILLS, 20 Nov 1796, St Mary Major, Exeter, Devon
Elizabeth Oldry CAMPION, bap 8 Sep 1797, Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon; married John CHAPPLE, Waiter, 17 Nov 1819, Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon
Maria Campion CHAPPLE, bap 27 Sep 1820, St Mary Major, Exeter, Devon; died 10 Jul 1912, Tooting, Wandsworth, London; married John KELLOW, Master Boot Maker, 25 Aug 1841, St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon
John Chapple KELLOW, Master Boot Maker, born 1843, Exeter, Devon; died 28 Sep 1899, 539, Wandsworth Road, London; married (1st wife) Mary Meatabo PHILLIPS, 23 Sep 1867, Wesleyan Chapel, Torquay, Devon
John George KELLOW, Master Boot Maker; born 25 Apr 1868, 6, Rochdale Terrace, Ellacombe, Torquay, Devon; died 28 Mar 1956, King Edward VII Hospital, Old Windsor; married (2nd wife) Alice KING, 7 Aug 1912, Register Office, Lambeth, London
Walter Raidy KELLOW, Management Accountant, born 17 Feb 1918, Lambeth, London; died 26 Jul 2004, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire; married Alice Mary HAINES, 12 Jul 1941, Warlingham, Surrey
Walter and Alice were my husband's parents.
Do you know where and when the William CAMPION who married Elizabeth SYMS was born?Also, I've been unable to find out any more about Elizabeth SYMS or Elizabeth "Betty" STONE, so any info you may have on these would be very welcome!How do you connect to the CAMPIONs, by the way?
PSDo you know of any OLDRY links to the CAMPION family?I'm intrigued by Elizabeth Oldry CAMPION's middle name (above), but as yet haven't found an OLDRY connection - though it could, of course, be something to do with the WILLS family.