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The Judges of East Stonehouse Plymouth Updated August 13, 2004
About Our Family Research
I have, with the help of Tom Fisher who contacted me on the web after I had placed a notice of my investigations into my family history and confirmed through his diligent research that we had common ancestors, now a comprehensive record going back three generations and we are hoping to go much further Most of our efforts are concentreted on East Stonehouse and Stoke Damerel in Plymouth,Devon and LOndon for npw but I am pretty sure that we shall be delving in to Ireland files as we go further back as Tom,s family are still living in Ireland,and The name originated, it seems certain, in Ireland. So I`ll start with me Fernleigh George Judge, father John Edward Judge,mother Laura Mary Johnson. I was born in 40 Admiralty Street Stonehouse Plymouth on the 26 December 1010 and apent the first fourteen years there and then joined the Royal Naval School of Music as a band boy served through the second war and was a survivor HMS Royak Oak retired from the marines in 1950 but within three years had rejoined the forces as a musician in the Central Band od the Royal Air Force and served for thirty five years with the two outfits combined. Served for seven years as a steward on the cross channel ferries sailing between Dover and Zeebruge in belgium retired in 1982 at the age of sixty two; my main interests are music poetry and prose; short stories.