Village, Town or County  
Browse Entries

Mobile phone users: Tap this link

Bray Shop Cornwall
Store this place
Link to this place
Old Map of Bray Shop
Street Map of Bray Shop
Places within
Nobody has added any entries for Bray Shop yet.
Start the ball rolling by adding an entry. You can request or offer information on local history books, maps, photographs, paintings, houses and notable people as well as local history, genealogy and family history.

Entries from 5 Miles around Bray Shop
1-10 of 78
Entries around
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

red mail Yelverton, Callington
Seeking information on Richard Henry TREWIN (b.1902) and family who married Marian Gregory in 1930. They had one son Douglas (b,1931) who married Ruby PROUT in 1955 in Yelverton. Douglas was a prison officer in Dartmore Prison and they had two daughters - Tracey and Amanda. I would be grateful for any snippet of further information.
red mail 1700s - PEARSE / PEARCE Milton Abbot
John Pearce (or Pearse) married a woman whose first name was 'Christian' and they lived at Milton Abbot where their children were born (Archelaus 1713 / Mary 1714 / a second Mary 1716 / William 1720 / Edward 1721 / Robert 1726). Where were the parents married and what was Christian's surname? Does anyone have any links please??
red mail Jasper search Callington
Looking for information on Ethel Hayward nee Jasper 1872 parents William and Bessie Jasper went to South Africa. Orange Free State Farm call Morning Star Children Sybil Digby and Jack. Sybil lived died in Durban Jack lived died in Kenya Digby died young. Ethel and Jack separated what happened to to Ethel ?
Nicholas Assheton Callington
Can any kind person tell me about the family of Nicholas Assheton who is said to have rebuilt St Mary's church in Callington in 1428? The information I have found so far is full of anachronisms and errors and thus not credible: Nicholas is said to have been the son of Thomas Assheton who wasn't born until 1403; he is said to have been a judge of the court of common pleas, but is not in Foss's Judges of England; and he is said to have married a daughter of Lord Willoughby de Broke, who was not so ennobled until 1491.
red mail Gill / Dawe Linkinhorne
I'm searching for any information on William Gill of Linkinhorne, Cornwall and his family. William was born 1812-1816 and married Elizabeth Dawe of North Hill, Cornwall. They had five children. I have been unable to find any record of William Gill after 1847 when Elizabeth moved from Linkinhorne to North Hill with her family to live with her father. William's son, also named William Gill, moved from Cornwall to Durham in the 1870's
red mail Mrs Elizabeth Jasper South Petherwin
I am trying to find some details on Mrs Elizabeth Jasper of South Petherwin, Cornwall who was an assisted emigrant on the ship "Northumberland" which sailed from London on September 21 1863 and subsequently from Plymouth on September 26th 1863 and arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia on January 9th 1864. She was listed on the passenger list under the Single Women section as Mrs Elizabeth Jasper so I am assuming she was most likely a widow. She was accompanied by 2 daughters Elizabeth aged 2 and Emma aged 6. There is a listing for a family named Jasper on the 1861 Census which includes John Jasper aged 33, agricultural labourer; his wife, Elizabeth Jasper aged 29; a son, William aged 9; a daughter, Emma aged 4; a daughter Elizabeth aged 2; and a son Albert aged 1. This appears to be the same family group but only the female members of the family appear to have emigrated. Can anyone shed any light on what happened to the male members of the family as I can find no record of these emigrating? Does anyone have access to any records to determine what this Elizabeth Jasper's maiden name may have been or anything that indicate who her parents were? There is a record of an Elizabeth Jasper marrying a John Lloyd in South Australia in 1864 but I am unsure if this is the same person.
red mail Sutton and Lucas info Callington
I am looking for any information on my great, great grandparents, William Henry Lucas and Mary Jane Sutton. Her bible shows Mary Jane's parents to be John and Rebecca Sutton with no dates of birth, but born in Callington, Cornwall., England. Her grandmother's name was Elizabeth or Betsy Sutton. I know nothing of William Henry Lucas except that he was born June 7, 1839 in Cornwall and died at the age of 43 of the Black Plague and left his wife Mary Jane with 8 children. He may have been connected with the tin mines. Daughter Myra Elizabeth Sutton Lucas came to American to marry John Larcombe.
red mail Bant family South Petherwin
I am looking for information on Christopher Bant, b abt 1820, and his wife Martha Pauley Brown, b abt 1820, both from South Petherwin and their forebears.
red mail floyd in tavistock Downgate
my ancestor floyd b abt 1807 died 26 Sept 1839 in Tavistock was a miner ,married johanna Passmore had lived inPlymouth
red mail Jenkins at Congdons shop, Cornwall Congdon's Shop
My gggrandfather John jenkins was born at Congdons shop, North Hill, Cornwall @ 1839 and left to go to Australia between 1855 and 1863. His parents were Charles and Mary Ann (nee Morrish). The family had been in Congdon's shop for about 4 generations since coming from st Teath and Lanteglos on Camelford. John married the daughter of convicts; Teresa tomney (Scotland) and Richard kemp, Sarah Ann Kemp and had 15 children in and around Majorca (the last Victorian goldrush town), Victoria, Australia

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Orphaned Entries: Author's email invalid

Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.

Previous page