Do you have any interesting stories about Devauden that you would like to share on the website?  If so please send them in and we'll add them to this section.  We are also keen to receive any photos showing Devauden in days gone by.



Liz Davies has found a photo which she thinks was taken at the village hall in 1983 and may have been the last Christmas performance by Devauden School.  Can you put a name to any of these faces?  Visit the Devauden Memories Photo Project to take a closer look.

John Roberts has sent some photographs of Devauden taken by his grandfather, Alfred Roberts, in 1943.  Alfred lived in Devauden before emigrating to the United States in 1911.  Alfred Roberts’ father, Thomas, was a stone mason and was involved in construction of Beaufort House in Devauden.

Can you help to record the names of the people in these photographs from the Devauden archives?

Marilyn Jenner has been reminiscing about Devauden where her ancestors hailed from and her relations lived and holidayed.  She has sent us this great picture of Devauden School.

Some reminiscences from David Yates following his visit to Devauden  after a long absence.

Ian Roberts and John Roberts have contacted the Devauden Village Website with information about their families' history and their connection to Devauden.   Many of both Ian and John's ancestors lived in Devauden.

 Len Morris lived in Devauden over 100 years ago.  His son-in-law sent us this story and photos.

Two evacuees who spend part of WWII in Devauden have contacted us with their story.

Gregory Jones has contacted The Devauden Website having stumbled across it on the internet whilst sailing around the world!

You couldn't find a more appropriate story for a "Memories" section of the website than the tale of Frank Pengelly.