Service Points

Service Points provide a vital resource to people who find it difficult to travel to the Devon Heritage Centre or the North Devon Record Office.  They are generally located in museums, libraries or heritage centres, and hold microfiche and microfilm copies of historical records for the areas which they cover.  These include parish registers of  baptisms, marriages and burials, while some of them hold microfiche copies of tithe maps and apportionments (showing land ownership and use in about 1840), non-conformist registers and some other records of the local area.  Some Service Points also have internet access and hold a range of printed source material.

The links below provide access to the Service Point websites, with email addresses given where possible:

​- Braunton and District Museum (brauntonmuseum@yahoo.co.uk)

– Brixham Heritage Museum and History Society (mail@brixhamheritage.org.uk)

Fairlynch Museum at Budleigh Salterton

– Colyton Heritage Centre

– Combe Martin Museum (combemartinmuseum@googlemail.com)

– Crediton Museum

Dartmouth Library

– Devon Family History Society Tree House Centre, Exeter (secretary@devonfhs.org.uk)

– Holsworthy Museum (holsworthymuseum@btconnect.com)

– Allhallows Museum at Honiton (info@honitonmuseum.co.uk)

– Ilfracombe Museum (info.ilfracombemuseum@gmail.com)

– Cookworthy Museum, Kingsbridge (wcookworthy@kingsbridgemuseum.org.uk)

– Lyn and Exmoor Museum, Lynton (lynexmuseum@yahoo.co.uk)

– Devon Rural Archive, Modbury (office@dra.uk.net)

– Museum of Dartmoor Life, Okehampton

– Paignton Community Library (paignton.library@torbay.gov.uk)

– South Molton Museum (info@southmoltonmuseum.org)

Tavistock Library

Tiverton Museum

– Torquay Local Studies Library

– Totnes Museum (totnes.archives@outlook.com)