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red mail Woolcock/Sincock/Kellow/Michell
Seeking info re these families early 1880's
red mail Taylor/Truscott families of Tywardreath
I live in NZ & I am researching my maternal great, great grandparents, John Wakeham TAYLOR b.1832 & Ann TRUSCOTT b. 1837 in Tywardreath. They emigrated to Canterbury, NZ in 1863. I am interested in any info about these 2 families & Tywardreath. Also their parents: John TAYLOR (TAILOR) & Catherine WAKEHAM; & William TRUSCOTT & Ann HICK.
The Reeds
John Reed and Anne Vanson lived in Tywardreath their family were James b1797,Hagar b1799, Betsey b1801, John b1807, Thomas b1810, Mary b 1812, Sarah b 1816 (all dates approx!) their son James was my gg grandfather. I'd love to know more abut them please.
red mail Stick Family
I am a direct descendant of Thomas Stick and Priscilla Vyan and I am looking for any information anyone might have about this family
red mail lawrey 's of twyardreath
I am researching the Lawrey family who lived in Twyardreath. Joseph and Mary had 10 children. Three of the boys were lost at sea and one of them, James Lawrey born 1841, married Celia Eustace Pascoe and they were my Dad's great grand parents.
red mail Beavis
Looking for informatio on William Charles Lesford Beavis, wife Sarah and children
Jeffery or Jeffrey
Looking for info about my g g grandfather Samuel Tamblyn RADY (b.22/4/1838 in Lostwithiel)who married Eliza JEFFERY (b.22/5/1841 in Tywardreath)on 2/9/1865 and they then emigrated to South Australia, probably on the Peerless ex Liverpool in 1866. Also info on their ancestors.
Trevithick
Looking for ANY information about the Trevithick family name. 1700's to present


 
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