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red mail Morrish, Uri Ann
Am searching any info. on Uri Ann Morrish who married William Scott in 1800 in St. Columb Major. I have info. on her family with William Scott. Am particularly interested in her birth family.
red mail Henry Osborne
I am looking for a Henry Osborne born 1821 married a Joanna Tonkin any information on the marriage or his parents etc please
red mail Osborne / Tonkin Family
I am connected to the Osborne and Tonkin (Tonkyn) families who lived in St Columb Major, Cornwall. The Osborne's originated in St Dennis so any information would be gratefully received. Thank you
red mail Day and White Family St columb Major
Looking for any information on John Day and John White who served as Churchwardens in the year 1620 in St Columb Major....
red mail Williams family St Columb Major
I am seeking any information about the Williams family of Saint Columb Major, Cornwall. My 10x Great Grandfather was James Williams 1542-1577 the son of Marke Williams ca 1518-12 Apr 1571. Marke's parents may have been John Williams and Margaret Prideaux but I have found no conclusive evidence to prove it. any help would be much appreciated. Regards, Catherine
red mail Lobb family
Looking for family of Mary LOBB born c1805, probably St Columb Major, convicted 1839 at St Columb Major. The court transcript in newspaper report shows Mary had a daughter, and there is mention of 12 year old Sarah LIDDICOAT being involved in the crime. Mary LOBB was transported to Tasmania in 1839 for seven years. It is possible her daughters were Harriet LOBB and Ann LOBB.
red mail John Day
Looking for information linked to John Day, gentleman of St Columb Major. Children were James(1596), Germane and Johane (1599-1599), Grace (1600), John(1602), Adam(1604) and Thomas(1611). Surname sometimes spelled Daie, Dey or Daye.
red mail Tregilgas
My GG grandfather - Francis Tregilgas was born in St. Columb. approx. 1833 just wondering if anyone has any information on this family.
red mail Mitchell
My great grandfather, John Nankivell Mitchell, was born in St Columb in March 1862. He trained somewhere in Cornwall as a flour miller before emigrating to Australia, according to family 'legend' at the age of 18, which would make his arrival around 1880. Apparently his sweetheart, Annie Hooper followed him and by 1886 my grandmother was born in Bathurst NSW where JNM was managing a flour mill owned by the Crago family. I also became a flour miller and would like to identify the mill where he trained, preseumably as an apprentice.
red mail Arscott
I am descended from John Arscott who was road warden of St Columb about 1708. And his son James (1720-1805) who lived at "Rosedinnick", was a millwright and landowner and has a tombstone in the churchyard. Property named in his will includes "Carter's tenement" and "Hoskins' or Doncaster tenement". I can't find out where John came from. There was a prosperous Arscott family in Devon though.
red mail NANKIVELL
wanted any info on the NANKIVELL families in cornwall
red mail St Columb District
I am doing a reconstruction of all families in the St Columb Major area and surrounding parishes from 1891 backwards if anyone would like to ask questions
red mail Hoyle Family
I am looking for information on Annie Hoyle, born St Columb Major in 1879, daughter of James and Ellen, sibling to William, Walter, Emma Alma, Ivy, Herbert, Harry, Edwina and Ellen. Annie was in Manchester in 1920 where she gave birth to a son, Emma married Francis Roadnight in 1904 and died in Eastbourne in 1969, Edwina married into the Cord family and lived in Birmingham. It is Annie I am especially interested in though any information on the family may help.
red mail Glanville
I am interested in anyone researching the family of Richard Glanville who married Lucy Veal at St.columb Major 27/2/1802. They had a farm called "Tresithney". Their son Daniel Glanville was my Great Great Great Grandfather, he was born 2/2/1819. Most Glanville lines go back to Ranulf de Glanvill, a judge, in the time of King Richard in the 10th Century.
red mail Crapp
i am interest to hear from anyone who has the crapp family in their tree they came from around the st columb major/ladock area of cornwall

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