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Kea Cornwall
Nobody believes it, but in KEA they will tell you that St Kea floated to Cornwall on a granite boulder across from Ireland.

He gave his name to a lovely piece of countryside by the Truro River. Though its o... more

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red mail harris
Anyone connected to the Harris family Kea/Baldhu. Anthony and Ann had children Ann, Anthony, Christopher, John,George and James (mine) who emigrated to Australia 1861. Jeanette
red mail Joseph Northey
I am seeking a Joseph Northey reputed a tin miner who emigrated from near Kenwyn about 1850 to Australian goldfields. He married Isabella Douglas in 1854 - probably in Australia.
DATSON family
I'm looking for information of members of the Datson family starting with William b.1705 and children including William b.1736. Also William (1736) children Mary b.1763, Absalom b.1765, Ann b.1768, Collan b.1770, William b.1772, Hugh b.1776 and Jane b.1779. Any information on these or other Kea Datsons greatly appreciated.
red mail Quakers - Coustis - Densham
Christianna Coustis was born in Cornwall in 1829. According to some census info she was born in 'Key', which I believe may be Kea, since she married in Truro in 1852. Both she and her husband, John Densham, are believed to have been Quakers who left the Friends because they found the lifestyle too strict. Any information, or suggestions of how to find out more would be much appreciated.
Seeking info re Jane Charlotte Matthews b abt.1834 Father Edward Matthews.m.William Budd 1850 St Pancras.
red mail Scobles in Kea, Cornwall
Have a John Scoble b. 1853 in Kea, m. to a Mary Jane (Sangwin?). Am looking for other relatives. He would be my husband's g-g-grandfather. Their first son, George, was born in Probus, Cornwall,in 1872 then George (1873) and Richard (1878) were born in Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales. Need to fill the gaps of weddings, deaths, and wives maiden names, and any other children.
Bray Trewartha Harper
I would welcome any information on James Trewartha BRAY born Aug 1796 at Kea district. His father was William BAY and mother Ann Trewartha. They were married 27 Jan 179?. Ann's father was William Trewartha but I don't know her mothers name. William Bray's father was also William Bray but I don't know the mothers name. Any information would be welcome. James Trewartha Bray's daughter Ellen is my ancestor. She was born 1829 and her sister Eliza born 1834 at Chacewater. Not sure if there were any other siblings. Ellen and Eliza Bray arrived together in Sth Australia aboard the ship Cressy in Aug 1847. The ships list also has 2 William Brays but I am not sure if they are related. Ellen Bray married Henry James Harper and Eliza Bray married Stephen Lean both in Australia.
red mail May Gipson Gibson
Looking for anyone with family of these names in the Kea area around the late 1700's to early 1800's. Great Great Grandfather was John May bc1836 St Clement, but his brother - William Henry May bc 1832 Kea and mother Jane b1804 Kea. Would love to hear from anyone with a possible connection to others of these surnames from the area around this time. Thanks
red mail Northey Kea
Joseph NORTHEY b. abt. 1809 in Kea. Married firstly Catherine BURGAN in 1831; secondly Martha DINNIS (nee HODGE) (a widow) in 1854. Joseph's father was Stephen NORTHEY
red mail Tippett
John Tippett born in 1830s died 1870/71 buried at Kea. Wife Mary Ann ( Francis ) 7/8 children . I am descended from Thomas , the eldest son who went to live in Burnley , Lancs in the 1870s with his mother and family. Looking for Thomas's parents wedding records.?
red mail Kea, Cornwall
Eliza Deeble b. 1814 Kea, Cornwall Married 18 June 1832 Feock, Cornwall

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