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red mail LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL FAMILY
CHARLES TIPPET Abt 1801 - JUNE 1849 Charles was born at St Agnes near Truro where he was a copper miner. He married Mary Nicholas June 14, 1823 at St Agnes near Truro Cornwall. They had seven children - William, Charles, James, Mary Ann, Richard, Simon, Isaac and Henry. Charles died in June 1849 in Cornwall leaving Mary with all of the children. At the time of the 1841 census they were all living at Croft Prince St Agnes. All children were living at home at the time.
red mail NANCE
I am lookiing for anything to do with the Nance family in St Agnes. A daughter Elizabeth Nance married John Banfield, my 2 x great grandfather, but I do not seem to be able to trace the family in the area she was born. They lived all their lives around, St Just, St Ives, St Agnes and Halsetown, until they moved away to Wales in the mid 1800s. Any information to point me in the right direction will be gratefully received.
red mail Davey St Agnes Cornwall
I am looking for information on Percy Lionel Davey who was born in St Agnes, Cornwall in 1888 or 1889. His parents were Renford and Marie. Percy married Bertha and they had a son, Renford who was born, I think, in Cambs.I'm hoping to find out more about Percy's parents and his brothers (I think he had two.)
red mail Harris
Trying to trace info on Richard Harris who is the father of Nicholas Harris born 1815/6. Nicholas married Susannah Trewelling at St. Ewe, Cornwall 1839.
red mail WILSON, James b. 1801 Chief Coastguard St. Agnes
James WILSON b. BUDE 1801 was Chief Coastguard St. Agnes, Cornwall 1830 age 29. He married Kezia Lawrence. He drowned at sea 1831 'by the capsizing of a boat'. Can anyone tell us anymore?
red mail Epiphany rest home
Does anyone remember The Epiphany rest Home in St Agnes , probably doring the 40s or 50s. my grandfather convelesed in one. On his postcard it says The House , st agnes.I dont know if he was injured during the war or if he had a medical problem. any help would be very gratfully recieved.think it is st, agnes in cornwall.
red mail REYNOLDS
Searching for any info on my G. Grandfather Samuel Reynolds. He was born in the 1860's. He married Agnes Annie Brace. His father was named John Reynolds who worked in the tin mines as an overlooker. Got his marriage cert. and his death cert. but no joy with his birth cert. Can anyone help please.
red mail Jeffery
Names: Jeffery
red mail Chynoweth
looking for Chynoweth line, St Agnes, Cornwell England. John b. 1721 marries Jane of Cornwell. Son John b. 1747 marries Elizabeth b. 1753. Son James Chynoweth: b. 1775, marries Mary Roberts of Cornwell. A son, Joseph: b. 1800-1837 St Agnes marries Elizabeth Hunn Lander b. 1804 Calstock Parish, Cornwell. Joseph d. Calstock Parish. Their son: James Lean Chynoweth: b. 1823-1887 Stoke Damerels, Devon married(1845) Elizabeth Symons 1824-1915 of Stoke Damerels, Devon. Son: Joseph Chynoweth Sr. b.1845 Liskeard, Cornwell married Sarah Goldsworthy b. 1845 Cornwell,the marriage in 1864 at the Liskeard Registar Office. Their first son Joseph, Jr. is born in England 1866 and marries Grace in 1892,the family moves to Calumet, Houghton, Michigan, USA to work in the coal mines.
red mail Davey - St Agnes
I would be very grateful for any information on the Davey Family. My maternal great grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Davey was born and raised in/around St Agnes (1867-1877). Her father is listed on her marriage certificate as a farmer. The family (2 daughters(?) & 3 sons all left at different times during the 1880/1890s (I believe at least 2 members did return to live in the village later). The boys left to make their fortunes mining gold, first in South Africa and later Klondike. The girls went in to service, I believe. My great, Aunt Hilda Plowman, did return to live briefly in St Agnes during the 1980s. Sadly, I did not take the opportunity to write down our family's history. Any help would be much appreciated.

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