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red mail John and Mary Rowe
John Rowe and Mary nee Rowe were married in Mylor in 1794/6. On the record it says John was a sojourner of Lanivet. John may have been a mariner but I think he had a shipbuilding and repair business perhaps at Flushing. Their first two children died in their infancy and are recorded in Mylor church. Later children were Eliza Louise, Richard Miners, John, Margery Hannah and Frederick Hammond. John seems to have died young, perhaps in 1807 at or close to the naval hospital at Portsmouth. I believe he had a brother Jacob and a very good friend Frederick Hammond. Mary lived into her 80's but I can't find a death record. Any information about this family would be much appreciated.
red mail Rowling/Murphy
Looking for info on Samuel Rowling born 1858 and Joseph Rowling born 1867 both in Mylor.
red mail Broad and Barnes
My great great grandmother Agnes Broad was born in Mylor in 1824. Her father was Nicholas Broad who married Mary Anne Barnes in 1823, I believe somewhere in Cornwall. Agnes went on to marry Joseph Martin of Taunton in app.1844 and had a daughter called sarah jane martin who was born in 1863 in Penryn. Can anyone advise of the aforementioned people
red mail Gravestones In Churchyard
In Mylor churchyard, according to Ward Lock's Red Guide, there is a gravestone reading "In memory of mr Joseph Crapp - ship wright who died ye 26th of Novbr 1770 Aged 43 years. Alafs Frend Joseph His End wear Allmost Sudden. As Thou the mandate came Exprefs from heaven his foot it Slip And he did fall, help help he cries & that was all." I am not related as far as I know to Mr Crapp but if anyone visits Mylor Churchyard I'd like to hear of any gravestones relating to the STAPLE family.
red mail James Family
Henry Sickler James (c1798) married to Betsy Staple 1830. Their children Grace (c1832) and John (c1834). His father Nathaniel and sister Ann (c1803). Any connections?
red mail Staple, Richard Of Mylor
I am descended from Richard Staple, Carpenter, of Mylor. I fact there seem to have been at least 3 generations of Richard Staple, (1) married to Ann Colet (m1761), (2) Mary George (m1799) and then the last (3) moved to London marrying Jessey Cock in1839. Would be pleased to here from anyone connected to this line.


 
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