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IAUNCESTON will seem to many the most appealing town in Cornwall, and those who try to see it in an hour or two will find it crammed with history and beauty. Here is a stately Norman castle with pile upon pile ... more
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red mail Meddleton, Adams, Dinner and others around Launceston
My son and I have been researching the family of my great-grandfather John Meddleton (1864-1955) who lived all his life in Launceston. We are still trying to find the family of his first wife Fanny Merson Adams (1859 or 1860 - 1896), who died when my grandfather and his sister were both very young. We now have a lot of information that may be useful to others searching their family, including family trees for Meddleton and John's second wife, Mary Dinner. John's son by his second wife, Reg Meddleton, ran the S T Lane business in Lifton in the 1950s. He and his father were active in the Methodist Church in Tower Street and regionally, so they knew a lot of people. Reg left an album of pictures, which I have placed on line. Perhaps more usefully, this album contained much information about weddings and funerals in Launceston area between 1896 and 1939, and I have a list of about 150 surnames for which I'd be happy to share the data.
Posted: 2021
Abraham/Abel Pethick
He married Elizabeth Ann Saundercock in 1848 in Launceston, Cornwall. Any info about his family would be appreciated. Gail
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Bray's Of Launceston
William Bray was listed as a Shoemaker in the 1851 Census. Would like to hear from anyone with further information of this family.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Body + Ball
Richard Ball Married Mary (Maria) Body, on 20 December 1860, at Stoke Damerel Parish Church, Devon, England. I have information on some of their Descendants. Also one Descendant, a fellow Family History Researcher, who lives in New Zealand.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Bray and Martin from Launceston
I have a Mary Bray born in Launceston in about 1810, Father William, Mother Esther, who married John Martin in Launceston in 1832. Is anyone else researching this line? Thanks, Carol
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Sandercock
Trying to trace Ellen Sandercock born about 1866. Her father was Thomas Henry Sandercock, he was a miner. Ellen married Thomas Branson Dec 25 1888 at Highgreen Yorks.Her birthplace was Launceston Cornwall. Any help very welcome.
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2017
red mail William JASPER and Elizabeth CREDICOTT
Married in the Parish Church of East Stonehouse in the County of Devon. Residence at time of marriage: 46 George Street. Witness: Digory Credicott and Sarah Carwithen. Returned to Launceston after marriage and had 9 children.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Balls of Launceston
Hi I am looking for relatives and information on Richard Ball born 1791 Launceston and his wife Agness. To date I can find five children - Richard Pedler, my line - George S - Mary and Nicholas. Is anyone a relative or does anyone have any information for your Australian cousins. Regards Sharon
red mail Smith, Tapson, Launceston
My great-great-great-grandfather was Joseph Smith of Launceston. a grocer in the town. He was born in 1791 and in 1819 married Ann Tapson, also of Launceston. They had two children, Caroline Tapson Smith (sometimes later refered to as Catherine Tapson Smith), and Charles. Sadly Charles died as an infant, and in 1826 Ann also died at the age of 36. Joseph then disappears from all records that I can find. Any information on him woulb be welcome. I believe his father was also called Joseph, and his mother was Martha Holman, 1767-1827.
red mail Medlin Medland of Launceston
Joseph (b 1803 in Launceston) and Jane Green (b 1798 in Penzance)lived in 63,Princess St,Devonport in 1851,along with children:Johanna b 1832 in Truro.John b1834 in Truro.Joseph b 1839 in Falmouth.Thomas b 1842 in Devonport, and George b 1844 also Devonport.

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