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St Austell Cornwall
The name St. Austell is of uncertain origin, but most probably is a corruption of St. Auxilins. Pop., 3,825. Houses, 777...The general surface of the parish, together with that of adjacent tracts, is bleak and ... more
 
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red mail Lewarne
Hello, I am looking for information regarding the Lewarne family. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Kind regards and thank you in advance. Fiona
Trudgian and Watts family
I'm researching my mother's family in St Austell Cornwall. They emigrated to NZ.
st austell cornwall
Charles Williams married Sophia Coombe Aug,1872 at St. Austell.He was a widower.His two sons from his first marriage emigrated to Broken Hill Australia.Did he have any Children ?Did they emigrate too.?Any info.really appreciated. Gerry.
red mail Bilkey family search
My grandfather Richard Bilkey born aproximately 1888 came to Australia in 1916 His father was F Bilkey known as Thomas From Bugle St Austell. I think Richard had a sister Jane not sure if any other sibblings.
red mail HORE STONEMAN PINCH WARNE
My Great Grandparents were Hezekiah and Drusilla HORE nee WARNE . Hezekiah was the son of Joseph and Ann HORE nee STONEMAN Birth 1847 in St Austell, Cornwall, England Death 20 JUN 1927 in St Austell Cornwall Drusilla was the daughter of John and Maria WARNE nee PINCH Drusilla was b c 1845 buried 9 Aug 1901 In Victoria Australia I would love to have contact with cousins in St Austell many thanks
William Retallack and Charlotte Long
William Retallack married Charlotte Long on 18th May 1840, St Austell. William was born abt 1818 in St Austell and died abt 1866 in Sunderland, Co Durham. William`s father was Henry Retallack, whose occupation in 1840, was a `Taylor`. Charlotte was baptised on 17th October 1819, St Austell and died abt 1860, Easington, Co Durham, England. Charlottes father was William Long, occupation in 1840 was as a Labourer. William and Charlotte had a number of children, mostly born in the N.E. of England. One son, Henry Retallack, born abt 1844, St Austell, married Isabella Scott, in 1870, Sunderland, Co Durham, England, At some point between the 1871-1881 census Henry, wife Isabella and family went to Pennsylvania, America, where Henry Retallack jnr was born abt 1874. The family were back in Sunderland for the 1881 census where they can be found under the surname Battalack. Are these Retallack`s connected with your tree? If so, I would be most pleased to hear from you and share info.
red mail Stone/Vian Marriage
I'm seeking information regarding the marriage of Samuel J Stone b. abt Jun 1861 to Elizabeth Barnet Vian b 3 Aug 1861. Marriage date unknown but last know place of origin is St Austell. They had a child R Lillian Stone born abt. 1883, place unknown before immigrating to the US. Any help is greatly appreciated. Joe
red mail JULIAN: Clara
Clara Julian bc 1853 St Austell, Cornwall. She married prior to 1869 to Thomas (Silvanus) Roberts. On his Death Certificate it says he was born in Cornwall, County or Parish unknown. Any help would be appreciated on this marriage.
red mail Harper,Robins,Lakes
Would like to hear from anyone with details on the listed names.
red mail Origins of Henry Adolophus BALE
I am looking for the parents of Henry Adolophus BALE who was born 1818 Lonbdon parents were anthony bale 1785 NORFOLK and Avis lEE. Henry Bale was a china merchant and his father Anthony Bale was a school inspector. I cannot find any other family members of Anthony Bale. I am particularly interested in the original country ties.

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