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Antony Cornwall
Here in ANTONY we may well believe that Turner leaned over the churchyard wall to admire the view of the Lynher and the Tamar, for it is one of Cornwall's noble landscapes.

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red mail William Wallace - Death in West Indies 1839
William Wallace b1821 and baptised 23 June 1822 at Torpoint died of fever in the West Indies February 1839, aged 18 years. I would like a copy of his death certificate. No luck with the overseas death info on Ancestry and Findmypast. Any suggestions, please, as to where to search or contact next. Is there a records office in West Indies?
red mail Margaret DALLY m Wallace 1790 - 1849
I am researching Margaret Dally m Wallace born in Cornwall c.1790 from death cert & 1841 census. Married John Wallis/Wallace 24-08-1820 at Antony. Died aged 59 yrs at Fore St, Torpoint in 1849. Buried Antony Churchyard. Her maiden name is confirmed by both her marriage entry and her daughter Elizabeth's birth certificate. Who were her Dally family? None of the online trees fit this lady. Please, can anyone help me locate her parents/siblings and place of birth in Cornwall.
red mail Laythorn
Any connections to the Laythorn family, however spelt, would be pleased to share information. Also lived at Millbrook and Torpoint.
I am looking for information on the Walter Tippett and Elizabeth James who married c1853. Their children include; Elizabeth, Margaret, Cordelia, Emily, William, Frederick, Alice Mary and Walter. It is known that the 1st two children were born in USA. Walter Tippett snr was born in Cornwall and Elizabeth James was born in Kingsbridge, Devon. Many thanks
red mail John Brock b 1785 Antony
John Brock born 1785 Antony. Father John Brock Mother Jane. Married Honor in Antony 1809. Possible Royal Navy connection as he is listed as a Revenue Officer in 1841 Census, age 56. Wife, Honor, age 50. He has three daughters living with them in Caister, Norfolk.Address 'Near Road'. Honor May Brock, age 20,born Leigh on Sea, Essex. Matilda Ann Brock, age 15 born in Portsea, Hampshire (Portsmouth)and Sarah Ann Matilda Brock, age 10, born Stubbington, Hampshire (Portsmouth). The eldest daughter is not listed on the 1841 census as living with them, but is a school mistress at Rollesby Workhouse, nearby. Her name is Jane Palmer Brock age 24. She is believed to have been born in Devonport in 1817. (John must have been working in Devonport at this time)I'm trying to find out where the 'Palmer' name comes from. Was it her mother's maiden name? In marriage certificate for Jane Palmer Brock (who married George Mason 21st Sept 1848 at Caister, Norfolk) The father of the bride (John Brock)is now a 'Preventive Officer' by profession. Residing in Caister, Norfolk. He is now a widow, Honor, his wife, having died on 9th March 1843 (rupture of blood vessel) in 1851 census, John Brock age 66, still living in Caister, Norfolk. He is living with Honor May Brock (daughter) age 32. Address has changed slightly to 'near the church'. His profession is listed as 'Clerk, Royal navy, Commands Coastguard. In 1861 census, John Brock has moved from Norfolk to Redruth, Cornwall and is staying with Sarah Ann (daughter) and husband, David Barham. He is aged 76 and listed as 'superannuated Revenue Officer' John Brock died in Redruth, Cornwall in 1870 age 85. (5c 205) Matilda Ann Brock married Samuel Martin in 1858 at Deptford, Kent. Honor May Brock married Frederick Browes in 1853 at Old Curch, St Pancras, Middlesex. Sarah Ann Matilda Brock married David Barham in 1853(he was listed as a school master, she was listed as a schoolmistress at College Street Workhouse, Bury St Edmonds in 1851 census) I'm looking for Brock family in Antony. Brothers, sisters, mother, father of John Brock. I have heard (unsubstatiated) that John Brocks father was a clergyman. He, allegedly, married the daughter of John Dunning (Lord Ashburton) Pity that John Dunning didn't have a daughter! Did John Brock marry twice?
Harris, Daniel, born 1801
Daniel Harris, born abt. 1801. Fathers name is William. In the Royal Navy 1818 - 1842. Born Antony, Cornwall; Married at Devonport to Mary Lander. 1851 Census at St. Peter Port, Gurnsey, Channel Islands with wife & children: Mary, Lavinia, & Jane. 1861 Census in Antony with wife and children Lavinia, Jane, Matilda, and Daniel. Wife Mary died Torpoint 1866; Daniel (father) died West Looe 1868. Buried at Talland. Greenwich Pensioner Out in 1851 and 1861. Direct descendant of son Daniel.
red mail Anthony
Looking for Frances Anthony (Gunner RN) buried Anthony 11.9.1834 age 65. Daughter AnnElizabeth Pike Anthony also baptised in Anthony 1829. Wife Annie possibly from Devonport born approx 1794. Have lots of info on the mother and daughter after this date, nothing before. Gaynor
Looking for any relations of James Bohemia born circa 1845 married Elizabeth Stephens 1864 also William Bohemia,( James's father).
red mail Osbourne/Fray Ancestors
I am looking for information about my Elizabeth Osbourne born in Antony 1778 married John Fray 1797 in Millbrook/Maker Plymouth where he John Fray was in the Wiltshire Militia stationed in the Plymouth area. I have lots of information regarding the Wiltshire Frays but nothing on Elizabeth Osbourne apart from date of birth & marriage.
red mail Bastard and Burd
Looking for bastard and Burd connections in Antony and Torpoint area, have lots of info to share.
red mail Mary James Leacock
MJL born here in 1848 - Parnents John and Eliza. Any Information gratefully recieved. Keith
red mail KITT family
William and Mary Kitt. Children born in Anthony, Scilly Isle, 1830s-1845. Some went to Twydreath, Cornwall, others to Canada, then USA.

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