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red mail Descendants or Antecedents of James Hosking b. 1757 St Hilary
James Hosking married Jenefer Bevill on 10.2.1777. Children Samuel, Thomas, James, John, Henry, Richard, William. Especially interested in Thomas (married Mary (Polly) Wills 7.5.1807 but am also following the other sons
red mail SEDGMAN
HI ALL. LOOKING FOR INFO ON FRANK/FRANCIS SEDGMAN. BORN ST ERTH1872 MARRIED ALMA REFREE IN ST HILARY IN 1901. HAD DAUGHTER ELSIE 1902. SON THOMAS BORN MAR 1905 . ALMA DIED IN CHILD BIRTH MAR 1905. HE REMARRIED AN ADA MARSDEN IN 1916. FROM THEN ON I HAVE NOTHING. ANY HELP MOST WELCOME. REGARDS TONY
red mail John and Martha Bassett living in a tenement called Rosedown
The first firm record that I have of my 3x great grandparents, John Bassett and Martha Carbis, in Cornwall is their marriage Banns, which took place in the Paul parish church on the 15 Mar 1812. I know that their first born, John, arrived In 1814, however I have not yet been able to locate where he was christened however I do know that he died in 1815 at the age of one and was buried in St Hillary. It would appear soon after that a second son was born in 1816, William, he is christened in St Hilary at the time the family were living in a tenement called Rosedown. He was their only child to christened in the St Hilary parish church William was christened in 1816. in a private ceremony. The next time we find the family they have moved out of the area to Breage (by 1820), perhaps to seek work in the mines there. I am thinking that the family were in St Hilary between 1815 and 1820. If any one has any information or any theories as to why they moved when they did to various places eg mines closing down, new mines opening up or any information on the family and/or why they were in St Hilary would be great. I would also be interested in information about the tenement called Rosedown. Sandra
red mail Hosking family
Looking for information on the Hoskings who came from St Hilary. What I know is as follows: William Hosking m Mary Blight 1808 (Pallot's marriage index) James Hosking born 1824 m Sarah Searle born 1828 Mary Jane Hosking born 1845 (Parish record) Emma born 1848 (Parish records) William born 1849 (Parish records) James born 1852 (Parish records) died 8 Oct 1899 Sep 1855 family emigrated to Victoria, Australia, on The Cressy arriving January 1856 James married Mary Sweeney 1867, Bendigo, Victoria Mary born 1880 Emma Agnes born 1887
red mail Foss, St.Hilary Cornwall
Please can anyone help? I am looking for the connection between a Thomas Foss and Elizabeth Davies, both born in St Hilary. Elizabeth was born c1822. Have tried to find their Marriage Certificate, with no luck. Believe Thomas was a sailor. Any help would be gratefully received. Thank You Dona
red mail Bawden
Looking for any details on the Bawden family. Edward Bawden married Mary James 1807. John Bawden was born from this union 1824, he married a Jane Craze and moved to Merton Surrey, in the 1850's to prior to 1881 he was a Police Officer. Can anyone go back beyond Edward?
red mail Harry Williams Sampson
Joseph HARRY married Harriet WILLIAMS 9 July 1819 St Hilary, Cornwall, ENGLAND. 2nd son Joseph HARRY married Jane SAMPSON 1847 Cornwall, ENGLAND (place unknown). Believe her parents to be John SAMPSON (and Catherine WILLIAMS - who is the mother of her brother 1/2? John SAMPSON).
red mail Mills & Trevenen - St Hilary & Ludgvan
Hello Cornish Cousins! I am researching part of my family, which centered in the parish of Ludgvan in the late 1700s and moved to St Tudy in the early 1800s. Is anyone out there researching or related to the Mills or Trevenen families in these parishes? In particular I am trying to gather more info about the eleven children of William and Anna Trevenen Mills. At least seven of the siblings emigrated to Wayne County, Pennsylvania, USA between 1830 and 1870. I alsoam trying to discover if any of the family remained in Cornwall, especially Ann, Betsey, Mary Cornish, and Richard Mills, and what happened to their descendants. Thank you for your time and consideration. Hope to hear from you soon. Sincerely, Nathan Giles My MILLS family background data as we know it with my direct family line (ignoring most USA descendants) in CAPITAL LETTERS is as follows (Numbers 1, 2, 3 etc. indicate generations): 0 - William Mills (born c. 1775) married CatherineSemmens/Semens (born c. 1755, died Jan 7, 1806 St Erth (?)) 1 - William Mills (chr. Oct 19, 1777 St Erth (?), died 1829-30 St Tudy) married Anne Trevenen (born Oct 29, 1786 Ludgvan, chr. Dec 28, 1786 Ludgvan, died Nov 2, 1874 Wayne County, PA, U...


 
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