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Truro Cornwall
TRURO, a town, a parish, and a district, in Cornwall. The town stands on the Cornwall railway, at the head of a creek of Falmouth harbour, 8½ miles N by E of Falmouth; may have been originally called either Tre... more
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Thomas Williams cordwainer
Seeking information regarding Thomas Williams listed on the 1851 Truro census aged 15 as a cordwainer.It is possible he could have emigrated to Australia.His relatives {Williams} emigrated to Broken Hill NSW circa 1880,s.His father Thomas was a Compositer Printer.I could nt find if he married in Cornwall, I will appreciate any information regarding Thomas. Gerry.W.
Recent research finds on the 1861 Census of Llangafelach Swansea an entry showing Wm.H.Rapsey and his family.Staying with the family are listed Mary J Williams,aged 25,son Thmas Williams aged 5.born in Falmouth,daughter Jane aged 2 born in London.My Williams family have connesctions with the Rapsey family in Truro ,Falmouth and London.Charles Williams b.London 1846. Married Caroline Langdon Llangafelach 1868.I will appreciate any information given.Gerry.
Williams Ancestors
Thomas Williams b 1812 Helston.married Jane Rapsey b.1816 Sept.1832.They had three sons.Thomas b.1836.William Henry b.1842.and Charles b 1847.Jane died in London from Cholera circa 1852.Thomas remarried in Axbridge Somerset. 1856. The three boys were looked after by Janes parents,Thomas and Ann Rapsey.They are listed on the 1851 Census at Dominic St.Truro..Cornwall.I would really appreciate any help in tracing the three boys. Gerry
My grand aunt Laura A Trewin (b.1873) who was in service, married Thomas J Pascoe (b.1874) in 1924 at 51 years of age in Truro, Cornwall. Thomas, a gardener and later a driver by trade had lost his wife Amelia (nee' Carlyon) the previous year. Thomas and Amelia had 2 known children, Laura (b.1895) and Thomas (b.1899) Any information relating to these folk, particularly my aunt Laura Trewin would be much appreciated.
red mail William Holman
Looking for details on William Holman. Born somewhere between 1826 and 1832. Came to Australia sometime between 1826 and 1866. Married Harriet Frost in NSW in 1868 and then married again in 1888 to Lizzie Moore. He died in NSW in 1894. He was a miner. His certificates all list his birth as Truro Cornwall. All certificates list his father as John Holman and mother as Mary Holman ( particularly noting her maiden name is also Holman). Can anyone help with further information, as I cannot trace him further than his Australian records. Many Thanks
Community of the Epiphany/Dr Mabel G Stevenson
Am researching Dr Mabel G Stevenson, who in 1911, was a Sister at the Community of the Epiphany in Truro. There were over 40 people living there at that time. If anyone has any information on the Community I would be most grateful. Thank you.
red mail Mary Whitford
Am trying to find information on Mary Whitford, born Truro 1808, who married by great-great-grandfather Joseph Brown of Wickwar in Gloucestershire.
red mail Edmonds - Truro
Louisa Edmonds 1823. Father was William Edmonds 1798. Louisa married Sampson Webb and they moved to Steelton South Australia. They had 12 children.
red mail miller
Any millers in the last 100 years in the truro/falmouth areas
Have just found out where Dorothy died. Mount Pleasant Residential home, Rosemundy Lane St Agnes. Her husband was a master baker but was retired and died before Dorothy. She died in 1997. Dorothy had two sisters,Ethel,Hilda and a brother George and they were all born in London.Her mother was Charlotte Lilian Moore (Decaux) and her father was George William Moore. Did anyone know of them?

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