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red mail WILLS mary hannah - WILLS john
i am looking for info on mary hannah wills born 1853 died april 13th 1928, her mother emilia or amelia i have no info about. mary had 4 sisters , clara who married fredrick williams , annie who married john mitchell, ellen who married john barker and the last sister is unknown. mary married john wills who was 56 yrs old when he died (march 25th 1905) and they had 2 children that i know of lillie born jan 19 1881 in brea died 15 oct 1948 aged 67 and herbert cecil wills a private in the army medical core 74769 who died april 12 1919. from what i can gather my family were all from the camborne area of tuckingmill 68-70 pendarves street . if you have any info i would appreciate it .
red mail Charlotte Tredinnick
I am trying to find information on my Grandmother, Charlotte and her family. She married my Gradfather Edward Capel(l) and lived in Truro where Edward was a Police Officer (and I believe the Mace Bearer?) Any help would be gratefully received.
red mail Tolgarrack, Tuckingmill
My 4x grt. grandfather Charles Vivian may have retired to Tolgarrack, Tuckingmill, Camborne abt. 1820 with his family after being employed in Neath, Glam. by The Neath Abbey Iron Comp. 1793 - early 1800s and later probably at Tredegar in the Parish of Bedwellty. Still trying to find the exact whereabouts of the latter, he was probably employed by The Tredegar Iron Company. His dau. Elizabeth married Johnathon Miles in 1818 at St Sannan`s Parish Church, Bedwellty. Jonathon was a Patternmaker at The Tredegar Iron Company. His son Charles Vivian was employed there in 1830 as Agent. His son John Vivian died at Tredegar in 1838 of an accident. His dau. Mary died at Tolgarrack in 1850 after moving there from Tredegar. She was living with her sister Elizabeth and her family in 1841 at Tredegar. His son William Vivian died in 1872 at Tollgarack. Edward Vivian died at Tuckingmill in 1886 his youngest son. Both William and Edward were born blind.
red mail Edward Vivian
Edward Vivian youngest son of Charles Vivian and Mary Tippet (my 4x great grandparents) was living here in 1841. He worked for the Bickford Smith & Co`s Safety Fuse Works. He was boarding with his first cousin William Vivian (Iron Founder) and his family at Tuckingmill. Edward was born at Neath Abbey (Glam.) in 1801 and died at 38, Pendarves St. Tuckingmill in 1886. He was a Sunday School Teacher there for nearly 60 years.

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