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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 Gilbert St Austell
I a looking for information on Thomas (Tom) GILBERT who was born 26/11/1855 at St Austell and baptised 30/12/1855 at St Austell. He was the son of Thomas and Agnes (Hambley) Gilbert .He appears in the St Austell 1861 census, 5 years old and the St Austell 1871 census, 15 years old China Clay labourer. I can not find any records for him after this date, I presume that he either died or went overseas. I have searched USA, Canada, census etc but no sucess to date. Any information on him would be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 2021
red mail Morgan
Lilian born to Ethel in 1916 need to find Ethel/ Ethel Mary
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
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.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
red mail HAM/GROSSE
My ancestor James Ham married Catherine Grosse. They both came from St. Austell but had gone to live in London by the late 1700s. James Ham was a publican in London. Does anyone have any information about this couple? I am particularly interested to know where the name Grosse originated and would be most grateful for any information.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Hancock - St Austell, Cornwell
Connected with the HANCOCK surname in the 1700's.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
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.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
Traher - St Austell, Cornwall
Searching for the parents of Jane TRAHER, born about 1736, who married John HANCOCK at St Austell in 1736.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
Wallis - St Austell, Cornwall
Connected with the WALLIS surname in the 1700's.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Trudgian and Watts family
I'm researching my mother's family in St Austell Cornwall. They emigrated to NZ.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Tom Reed
Tom was my great uncle born in St. Austell in 1864. The family moved to London and Tom was a cabinet maker. he was in manchester in the mid 1890s and married Amy. In 1901 he was in Leeds with Amy and children Tom and Edith. Please does anyone know anything about them?
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019

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