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Gwennap Cornwall
GWENNAP has had a great past, but has little for us to see except its old mines and the grassy amphitheatre which may possibly be a sunken floor of a filled-up mine. It is said that the mines of Gwennap yielded... more
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red mail William Wilson(born Gwennap)
Searching for any info on WILLIAM Wilson born 1877 Gwennap.Living with his Gran Elizabeth Magor(1881 & 1891 census @ Poldice).Married Mary Ellen(nee Roberts,born 1878 Perranzabloe) Redruth Registry Off. 1900.They had at least 3 kids=William Redvers Wilson born 1902,Ivy May Wilson borne 1905 and Dorothy Evelyn Wilson born 1909. The 3 kids were in Union Workhouse 1911 census with no trace of either parent. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!.
red mail Trebilcock
While I have information back to 1500s for the Trebilcocks in my tree, I need to establish with certainty what happened to William born Gwennap 31/3/1755. Best indications are that he married Jenefer Pascoe in Perranzabuloe 31/10/1784. Naming of children also points to this marriage. I have ascertained his ancestry. I will soon overview Gwennap registers at local LDS which may assist. Can anyone else direct me. If anyone else has any Trebilcock queries please ask, I may be able to help.
red mail Murton family
I am researching my family tree down my mothers side of the family. The family name is Murton. I have managed to trace the family back to Robert Murton born 1796-1797ish in Gwennap, he married Mary Carne in 1819. I am really struggling to go any further back.
red mail Pain
Hi, my PAIN THOMAS, was found in Adelaide SA . Is anyone related to this man....1850 he was a sailor by trade and he married Bridget Egan born Ireland Aged 27yrs.....SANDRA
red mail Long ,Rowe
I have John Rowe Married to Julihanna Long at Gwennap 26.12.1829, believed they went to Redruth. How can i find out John Rowes Parents.they left for australia on the ship jave oct, nov 1839. Can any one point me into the right direction? Thank you so much for reading this and any light you can throw onto it will be most welcome. Regards
red mail Elizabeth Clara Williams
Researching for information about the afore mentioned, who married a Peter Dower of Wendron in 1842. Emmigrated to Australia in 1857
red mail wison
looking for any relatives of william wilson born at 2 bisset street in 1880 former tin miner, moved to midlands circa 1901 married dot percival 1905 had 2 sons&3 daughters
red mail hosken family
trying to find a marriage for James Hosken and Annie Drudien or Drudiex Child born 17/6/1816 Gwennap Jane. Possible death for James 1836.
red mail OATES family
I am trying to locate the ancestors of William Oates born about 1799 in Kea, shown on 1861 census for Gwennap (and earlier though I cannot locate offhand!) William was married to Mary Tuckfield born about 1805 and his occupation was shown as "farmer"... all help more than welcome, regard, Chrissie
red mail Morcom / Besancoe/ Francis
I am researching Diggory Morcom bn Gwennap 1805 died 1847 and his wife Elizabeth Jane (Betsy) Besancoe bn abt 1806. They married in Gwennap 1824 and had the following children Mary, William, James Williams, Elijah and Edwin. James Williams Morcom married Jane Francis bn 1832 Gwennap (daughter of Phillip Francis and Jane Annear) and immigrated to Australia followed by his 2 brothers Elijah and Edwin. Edwin married Ann Slee and settled in Maldon, Victoria. Elijah and James Williams Morcom both miners died at Maldon in 1861.

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