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Budock Water Cornwall
Rich in flowers and trees, BUDOCK WATER lies at the foot of a steep hill with its church at the top. Quaintly welcoming all who come to the church is an arm and a hand in the medieval porch, the hand blessing a... more
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red mail Lydia Harris Borlase
I am interesting in hearing from anyone who knows of Lydia & Caroline Anne Borlase they brought a house with my ancestor Ernest Humphrey Pardon called Trebant in Budock Water
red mail pardon family
I am researching the Pardon's of Budock water, they were stonemasons and have a large family. I have information about some and would like more.
Would welcome any info on William Murphy born 1855 in Budock. He was a stone mason. His parents were William and Margaret. Siblings were Margaret Ellen, Mary Jane and Timothy.
red mail Frederick Symons - Budock
Trying to find out more about my great great grandfather, Frederick Symons b 1813 in Budock. I know his father was John Symons b 1782, but I have no idea of his mother's name. I also need to find out more about his father John, who I believe died in 1830.
red mail Budock
My grandfather was Thomas Charles Symons (Simmons), I think he was born in 1889 and married Ada Elizabeth Dryden. His father was Thomas Symons who married Loveday ? If you have any further information, I would love to hear from you
red mail Loveday Pascoe/Davis
Looking for Loveday Davis or Pascoe born 1858 who married my Great Grandfather, Thomas Symons in 1878. They lived in Budock. They had a son Thomas Symons born in 1889. This is all fairly unsubstantiated and I would love to confirm some details.
red mail Pardons of Budock Water
I am trying to trace Thomas Pardon d.o.b 28th July 1816 Budock Water, or any of his family. He married an Elizabeth Bishop in Constantine, Cornwall 21.6.1838
red mail WEBSTER
WEBSTER. Whilst holidaying in South Africa I came across a cemetery. Henry J Webster was the only stone readable. He died in the boer war at Petersburg. I did take a photo for anyone that may be related. Please contact me. Lesann.
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St. Budock - A Short History of an Ancient Parish by Budock Parish History Group. Volumes I and II still available.

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