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red mail Barrett
Can anyone help me with any info on a Margaret Barrett. I am not sure whether she is related or not. Her death cert does not name any parents and her migration records to Australia say she was born c1819. This is the only Margaret that seems to fit with all I have. Anything would be appreciated. Lyn
red mail Bate family, Talland and Polperro
Henry Bate and Elizabeth Keast married in Talland 1821. William Keast Bate was one of their seven children baptised in Talland or Polperro. The family were living in Plymouth, Devon, by the 1850s. William married Mary Ann No(r)sworthy there in Oct. 1852, just before emigrating to NSW. They left a large family and many descendants in NSW. William and Mary Ann were my gt-gt-grandparents.
red mail Swartman family.talland area.
Are there any Swartman descendents out there? I have Jane Swartman who married richard jane from menheniot in talland church ? on 7 april 1818.Jane was Born or baptised around 1796.I cant link her to a family of swartmans yet.They went to trewolland near menheniot to live.They had lots of children.They are my grt grt grandparents.Thanks for any help.Rosalind.
red mail Lamerton Family
Does any one have any information on the Lamerton Family who lived in Talland Henry & Elizabeth Lamerton had 2 sons William & Charles William Married Eliza J Pinch and they had several children among them, Annie, Dora, Ella, Ivy, Arnold,Carrie. I amtrying to find out if and when these people changed their name to Lamerton, and if so from what and when!!?
red mail Inch/gill
Deborah INCH born c1754 possibly St Breock married John Smith/or Smith GILL born c1760 - they were married 1784 Talland. Smith GILL was a mariner - have no idea where he was born.
red mail Richards
John Richards died 1836, a quaker

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