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red mail AUNGER St Clether St Clether
Thomas AUNGER (bp 1773 Warbstow) married Catherine MUTTON (bp 1776 St Clether) at St Clether 1796. Children all born at St Clether from 1796 to 1817 - Elizabeth, Mary Jane, Ann, Catherine, Thomas, Richard, Margery, Jane, Rebeckah, William and Robert. Anyone researching the same family who would like to connect?
red mail GEORGE HOLMAN Egloskerry
George Holman was my great-great grandfather, born in Egloskerry in 1815 and died sometime between 1881 and 1891. He married Betsy Smith who was born 1820 in Laneast. They married in Altarnun. I'm trying to find out who George Holman's parents were and other members of his family. There are other Holman's listed in Egloskerry, presumably related. If anyone has any info I'd be really grateful Sue
red mail HEARD/WEEK ST MARY Week St Mary
As child visited an Aunty Phyl(lis)PETHICK -had a son Jim.Lived on farm nr.Camelford.Don't recall uncle.Have photocopy pic of a JED PETHICK.Name PETHICK on list of mourners for Fred BLUETT.Also understand I may have possible connection HEARD family.My genes are Saltern/Bluett.but these other names keep cropping up.Am only just starting research so 'Any'info would be much appreciated.Happy hunting.
red mail SALTERN Davidstow
Egloskerry Cornwall - Prideaux Family Egloskerry
Looking for more information about a Grace Prideaux who was born in Egloskerry , in 1811
red mail Searle Families Egloskerry
Searles lived in Egloskerry from the earliest 1700s through the 1891 census. Zechariah Searle was the patriarch and his name was used multiple times there through several generations. Dozens of Searles were christened and married in the parish. Several of them were buried in the village churchyard. My direct Searle ancestor moved to Stoke Damerel, Devon County and his son came to the United States in 1808. I am willing to share information on this family and the parish in general. Also am interested in other Searle families from the other parishes in the Launceston Registration District.
red mail Moorman Egloskerry
John and Elizabeth at Egloskery, sons John, Jonathan, William, Henry ca. 1760 as well as any other MOORMANS
red mail Parratt, Cunningham Kents
Mary Ann Parratt married Charles Cunningham. Mary Ann had 2 brothers, Thomas and Edward, and one sister Dinah who married Duncan Black (Born Motherwell? Scotland). Parents were Dinah and Edward Parratt. I am researching the family who emigrated to New Zealand in 1874.
red mail EBBOTT & BAKER families & the Wescott farm Tresmeer
In the Tremaine Church yard there is a The tombstone that reads :- “Sacred / To the Memory of / John Ebbott of Westcott in this Parish / who finished his course May 29 1825 aged 73 years ./ ALSO in memory of WILMET his wife / Who departed this life on the 2? day of January 1845 / Aged 91 years” John Ebbott and Wilmot Baker are my 5x great grandparents. Research on the IGI reveals that John Ebbot married Wilmot Baker on 26 Jun 1775 in the same church in which they were eventually burried. According to the book "Our Cornish Heritage Genealogies of Reed, Rowe, Ebbott and related families Immigrants to Jefferson County, Wisconsin" by S.D.Reed. when Wilmet’s father, John Baker, died she inherited the family farm “Westcott”. The notion that the John Ebbott owned or at least lived on “Westcott” is reinforced by its mention on the his gravestone. The inheritance is further confirmed by the transcription of John Baker’s will. I am interested in making contact with any other Ebbott/Baker researchers. I am also interested in learning about the “Westcott” farm and the other Baker holdings in the area, as there appear to have been several according to John Baker’s will. Sandra
Bray of Launceston Egloskerry
Has anyone any information about a John Cornish Bray born to William and Grace Bray in Launceston around 1843. Mother's family believed to come from Egloskerry area.

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