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CAMELFORD. They will tell you here that it is Camelot, the very scene of that great battle in the west, where Arthur died. They will show you the stone where he fell, the place where he lay for three days befor... more
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red mail Sue Barber , 1977
Would anyone have contact details for a Sue Barber who lived in Camelford in 1977/8?
red mail Bray, Hoare
Any information on the movements of (1) Susan Jane Bray, bn 1830, and (2) William Stephen Hoare, bn 1832, died 1880 Dumfries, and (3) John Henry Hoare, bn 1852, between the following dates gratefully received: - Susan Jane Bray married William Stephen Hoare in 1852, but I can find no further record of her after the date of her marriage. Any info welcome. - William Stephen Hoare on census from 1871, living in Westminster with 2nd wife "Sarah" from Dumfries, with possible (step-children). Can find no trace of a 2nd marriage so far. There was at least one daughter from this union, Lilian Grace Hoare, bn 1872, baptised 1890 in Kensington. What was the date of his marriage to Sarah, and where was he in 1861....was he the same William Hoare recorded as being an ordinary seaman at the Grand Harbour, Malta in the 1861 census. - John Henry Hoare, son of Susan and William - no information on where he lived at date of census in 1871, although probably Westminster. Thank you.
red mail Henry ROWE Camelford and Tavistock Devon
Henry ROWE was born abt 1772 Camelford. He married Sabina/Savina Kinsman abt 1811 in Tavistock, Devon where they lived. I am looking for any information about his parents and siblings.
red mail Families Saltern and Bluett
Searching for any info on above William Saltern1861-1939 Elizabeth Ann Paull 1859-1834 Mary Grace Bluett (Gr.Mother)1885-1925? Any info on familes 1600/1700 would be a real bonus...just starting out and a real novice!!!! Would be delighted with any help and would be much appreciated,as trying to search both my parents families in tandem..perhaps rather too ambitious!!?.With my very best wishes and here's hoping.
red mail Rosevear of Camelford and Vincents of St Dominick
Hello My great great great great grandfather, William Henry Rosevear/s, emigrated (free) from Camelford Cornwall, born 1773, to Hobart, Tasmania in 1829 on ship 'Calista' with servant Mary Burton and 4 children to wife Sarah Rosevear (left behind!). He died in Launceston Tasmania in 1860, leaving 13 children and also a town in Tasmania named after him. Can anyone fill me in on his/family's history? Also I come from his daughter, Mary Rosevear/s (1831 TAS -1887 TAS)who married George Rivers Vincent (b.1823 on ship 'Elizabeth' to Tas - d.1881 Tas) (son of John Vincent who emigrated (free)with wife Susannah (nee Rivers) and children in 1823 on'Elizabeth' to Hobart)from town of St Dominick in Cornwall. William Rosevear/s and John Vincent built and ran inns in Tasmania, and their Cornish heritage probably assisted in bringing their two children together in marriage. Thanks for any information about these families and what their 1820s Cornish lives might have been like.
red mail daws house camelford
Have just moved to the above (20 victoria road) and led to believe that property 350 years old or so - would appreciate any information of confirmation. Paul
red mail Richards - Fry
I am researching my family tree and have reached an impasse at Camelford and district. My Grandma was Gladys Richards, born Lanteglos 1900 of James Richards and Mary Fry, I can't get much more info from anywhere, anybody help please.
I am seeking information regarding the HOCKEN and RUNDLE families in the Camelford area.ELIZABETH HOCKEN RUNDLE was my ggrandmother.She was born in 1844 and married my ggrandfather RICHARD HENRY KNIGHT on the 28th.January,1875.She died on the 28th.August,1880.I would dearly love any photos or stories about her or any later generations of this branch of my family.If there are any descendants out there, please do get in touch.Many thanks.
red mail Cole, Coul, Cowl ,Coles, Milton Wherry, Weary,Werry, Gath, Garth and Trace
Hello I am tracing Cole, Coul,Cowl and Coles. All Cornwall and Devon , Lean, Leane, Trace and Wherry, Weary,Werry, Gath, Garth,Knight, Lander, Honeycombe, Snell Milton from Camelford, Bodmin, Cardinham, St.Neot and the surrounding areas. Other Interests Allen, Puckey, Stick, Trudigan, Manear, Hore
red mail Beal/Toms - camelford
I am trying to trace my gggrandfather, whose surname was Beal. Unfortunately it doesn't appear on the birth certificate; mother was Mary Ann Toms. Any information gratefully received.
red mail Thomas Harvey Pearson
I am looking for any information on Thomas Harvey Pearson born Dec 11 1806 Campelford. He left for America in 1830 and settled in Ontario, Canada
red mail Beals Photographer, Camelford
Am searching for anyone connected with Beals Photographers, Fore Street, Camelford to help identify some family images taken at the studio.
red mail Re: Robert Bowden
I am looking for any information about Robert Bowden born about 1813 at Camelford, Cornwall. He married Mary Grace Lyle of Whitstone, Cornwall and they eventually moved to Pyworthy, Devon where they raised their family. Any help greatly appreciated. Thank you, David
red mail Rowe
Mark Rowe born Camelford 1789.Married Keturah Nicholls 1819 and died in Redruth 1860.Does anyone have him in their tree?
Camelford - 2000 Years of History
Reissue of book by the late Arthur Trevena, originally published in 1961. Covers pre history up to the loss of status as a borough in the 1880's. Includes reproduction of a 1753 map. About £5 plus postage.
My Camelford
Compiled from the writings and photographic collections of the late Harold Lane who said " If God created anywhere better he kept it for himself". Strong on more recent history with detailed accounts of local shopkeepers. Proceeds to the Childrens' Hospice. £4 plus postage.

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