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red mail RODDA, Stephen and Amelia
Any descendants of Stephen Rodda and Amelia North (both 1798-1870) from Phillack, Cornwall. Emigrated to Australia in 1838. Children: Stephen, Amelia, Ann (remained in Cornwall), Eliza, Jemima, Emily, John (came to Australia).
red mail Richard George Toye b. 1874 approx
I'm trying to get more information regarding the fate of my Great Grandfather - Richard George Toye. Son of Richard and Rosetta Toye he married Clara Ball in 1905 with my grandfather, Richard, being born in 1907. I have been unable to find any trace of him since 1907. By 1916 Clara had remarried suggesting his death. However there was a family rumour that Richard had emigrated to America and I had an email from an American Genealogist to say that the family had been working in a mining camp in Cochise, Arizona in 1911. If this is the case then Clara had returned to England afterwards. I'd really like to put Richards Fate to rest if at all possible.
red mail tregidion
my grandmother born 1886 sometimes spelt tregideon brought up in an orphanage in St Mary Church Devon. wouldlike information on the orphanage
Harriet Mitchell Carter 1863 (Illogan )
Daughter of James Carter and Mary Mitchell of Phillack, she was in the Illogan workhouse in 1871c. Harriet had two brothers William born 1864 and James born 1866, and I have more information on their lives, but Harriet disappears without trace. Can find no death or marriage for her anywhere in the whole country after 1871.
Gove Family
Am searching for information on the Gove family of St John Street,Phillack. Father was Samuel Frederick Gove (aka Thomas) who worked at a dynamite factory. He died in 1901. leaving a widow, Ruth Abigail and children - Sophie, Scott and Ruth (born1901). Father had been in the army in India, where the 2 eldestchildren where born and I believe the family returned there after Samuel's death. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Hilary
James Gilbert/Bessie Bramwell
I am trying to trace my family of Gilberts who came from Cornwall. My grt grandfather was a james Gilbert who married Bessie Bramwell?, they had the following children James Ivor, Bramwell Muir, Cecil, william, john foster and Inez - if anyone can help i would be most grateful kind regards.
red mail Benjamin Harris
Has anyone done research on the Harris's of Phillack, they were hairdressers, or are they in your family, information needed to break a brickwall.
red mail Richard Williams/Emily Jane Thomas
Richard and Emily are my gg-grandparents. According to the 1871 and 1881 census Emily was born in Phillack in 1862. Her parents are James Thomas (b. 1836 St. Austel) and Susan Skewes (b. 1837 Gwennap). Siblings are: Mary Jane THOMAS (b. 1858 Phillack) William THOMAS (b. 1865 Crowan) Bessie THOMAS (b. 1867 Crowan) James THOMAS (b. 1869 Crowan) Sarah THOMAS (b. 1871 Crowan) John THOMAS (b. 1873 Gwinear) Gertrude THOMAS (b. 1878 Gwinear) Beatrice THOMAS (b. 1880 Gwinear) The 1881 census does not have father James Thomas included in the household.
CURNOW and WILLIAMS of Phillack Cornwall
Edward CURNOW born circa 1828 in Cornwall. He was ason of John CURNOW and Grace WILLS. This Edward CURNOW was baptised in 1828 in Phillack Cornwall. Married Eliza WILLIAMS. This Edward CURNOW died in Australia in 1914
GRAY of Phillack Cornwall thence to Wallaroo
Paul GRAY was the father of a son Henry GRAY born circa 1833 in Phillack Cornwall. This Henry GRAY married Jane JOHNS in Wallaroo Mines South Australia in 1862. This Henry GRAY died in Wallaroo South Australia in 1895. Seeking related family please.The surname is variously spelt as GRAY or GREY at times.

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