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Callington Cornwall
CALLINGTON, a pleasant market town lies south of Kit Hill, the great viewpoint 1100 feet high from which we see the winding valley of the Tamar and Plymouth Sound, the hill on which the first King of England is... more
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red mail Yelverton,
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.
Posted: 2017, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Nicholas Assheton
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.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Trewin,Tonkin, Callington
Researching Richard Eastwood Trewin (DOB 1852) The 1901 Census shows him as a delivery driver in Callington. Married Jane Tonkin in 1873 and had several children including William, Eliza, Ernest and Alfred. Any additional info. would be most welcome.
Posted: 2006, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
John Parker, with his brother Michael, left Rudgwick, Sussex and moved to Callington. John Parker married Mary Harris in 1852. John & Mary had 10 children, I am descended from Mary Louisa (known as Lucy). Anyone interested in this family?
Posted: 2003, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Emma Stephens
My father was born in Callington(1908). His mother was Emma Stephens but father unknown. Emma's father was William Stephens. Any information would be appreciated as I have come up to a 'brick wall'
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Body Family From Callington, In Eastern Cornwall
My own branch of the BODY Family originates in nearby QUETHIOCK. My Gx5 Grandfather, John BODY, married Thomasine TOLL at St. Hughs Parish Church, QUETHIOCK, in July 1731. In the Course of my research, I have traced several other Branches of the BODYFamily, in EASTERN CORNWALL and WESTERN DEVON. Among these are the BODY Family in CALLINGTON. I have traced them back to William BODY and Elizabeth CONDY, who married, about 1827, at STOKE CLIMSLAND, CORNWALL. Most of their Children were born in Callington. William BODY was born, on 25 November 1798, probably in SOUTHILL, CORNWALL. I have traced the Ancestors of William BODY back to his GX2 Grandparents, Stephen BODY and Phillipa CRAGOE, who married, on 6 April 1702, at St. Cuby Parish Church,DULOE, CORNWALL. I have details of MANY OTHER BODY DESCENDANTS OF THIS COUPLE, IN CORNWALL, OTHER COUNTIES IN ENGLAND AND OVERSEAS. I would like to exchange information with other Researchers.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
Looking for information on, or descendents of, Mary Barrett, also known as Mary Barrett Geake (nee Pearse). She was born at Pillaton in 1798 and had an illigitimate son (Robert Pearce, 1827). She then married a labourer named Richard Barrett Geake and lived at Moonfields Cottages, Callington in the 1840s / 50s but known variously as Mary Geake or Mary Barrett. Likewise, her sons variously used either Barret or Geake as a surname : John, born 1829 / Richard 1832 / Edward 1834 / Archelaus 1839. They were all born in Callington. Richard became a blacksmith at St. Ann's Chapel / Calstock. Any connections here ??
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Jasper search
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 ?
Posted: 2016
red mail Seymour Blight Doidge Jasper
William Jasper b.1845 m.Bessie Blight (Millbrook) mother Jane Doidge. Children Ethel-William-Harry-Mabel(May my grandmother b.1880)Jasper married Arthur Sigismund Rohrer moved to Plymouth then South Africa 1906-1910. Other family name Seymour
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Vian-Laundry
Isaac Vian married Admonition Laundry in Callington on 9th February 1766. Some time later they were living in Plymouth Dock (Stoke Damerel). I can find no record of either Isaac or Admonition being born in Callington but I could of course be wrong. Does anybody know anything at all about Isaac and Admonition? Regards Martin

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