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red mail Williams
Looking for information on Samuel Williams and Dorothy Richards who married St Gluvias 18/10/1795. They had two children Mary (born 1796) and John Jury (born 1799). I am descended from John Jury Williams who became a Master Mariner, married in London and settled in New Zealand - where he died. I would be very interested in possible tracing his parents lines back further to Wales and if there is any way of finding out about his sailing career. Also making contact with the family of Mary who married John Travis 1818 Penryn. I live in New Zealand and have only been able to prove John Jury Williams life from London. The rest is guess work.
red mail John Harwood
Looking for info on John Harwood, married Mary Ann Pollard, c1838. And son John Henry Harwood born c1839.
red mail Martin family of Ponsanooth, St. Gluvias c. 1841
Am looking for descendants of William H. Martin and Mary Ann Paul - on 1841 census with children of William H, John, George and Edward - all born between 1832 and 1839. William H is my Great grandfather and came to Canada around 1850's -married Abigaill Hill in Toronto - a grandson who raised me was name George Edward probably for the uncles.
red mail Martin
I am searching for James Martin married to Mary Ann Martin(nee Martin). Born 1811 approx. Married 1828. Second marriage to Sarah Evans. Could have also lived in Perranarworthal. Children were James, William, John, Nanny, Elizabeth, Sarah & Jane. Listed in 1841 census address Laity Moor. Anything would be great. James immigrated to Australia. Later followed by Sons James and William.
red mail Currant, Rowe
Descended from John Currant who married Elizabeth Jenking 1784 (from St Just in Roseland). Granddaughter Celia Currant married George Rowe 1850 at St Gluvias.
Stevens
Have members of my Stevens family being married at St. Gluvias in the early 1800's.
red mail Cook Family
Am researching the COOK family of St Gluvias, 1800s. The COOKs married into the ELLERY family.


 
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