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Lanlivery Cornwall
LIANLIVERY lies high up on a hill with splendid views, its splendid tower standing like a beacon near where the Fowey widens into its shining estuary. Behind it is the rugged fringe of Red Moor with Herman Tor ... more
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red mail Hill families from Lanlivery
Looking for any connections to the HILL families of Lanlivery and the families they married into.
Any info on this family (1800s)from Lanlivery/St.Minnow/Duloe/St.Veep areas would be who moved to Devonport/Plymouth.
red mail pape
searching for my ancestors that lived inlostwithiel pre1900.brothers and sistors of robert pape cabinet maker who moved from cornwal to wisbeach cambridgeshire,
red mail William Hoar - Lanlivery
Hello, William Hoar, a butcher, (b10 Jan 1813 Lanlivery) married my GGG Aunt Catherine Blewett (b1811 Lostwithiel - d1838 Lanlivery) on the 1 May 1838. Catherine gave birth in November to twin girls, one died at birth with Catherine dying too, and the other child Catherine Blewett Hoar lived for 11 months. Both Catherine and her daughters are buried at the Parish Church at Lanlivery. William's address at the time of his marriage was Penquite, Lanlivery. Just wondering if anyone was researching William Hoar's family?.. Thanks, Malcolm
red mail Woolcock of Lanlivery Rural, Lanivet & Luxulyan Cornwall
Looking for information on the Woolcock families for Luxulyan, Lanivet & Lanlivery Rural. My first William Woolcock (1) bpt: 1766 M; Mary Ough 23 Oct 1782, Son William (2) bpt: 12 Sep 1784 M: Elizabeth Brey 18 June 1804 Luxulyan. There son William (3) bpt: 28 Dec 1805 M: Caroline Stanbury (widow) nee Cornelious 4 Dec 1828 Altarnun, William (3) Occ: Miner & Linner. William & Caroline + five sons immigrated to Australia 22 Jan 1839. Then settled Oberon N.S.W. with a name change to Wilcox.
red mail Richards, Hick, Williams
researching Richards family from around Cornwall, lanlivery areas. Emmeline Williams Hick married Edwin Richards around 1854 in St Blazey Powder? They immigrated to Australia, either together or separately after 1855 we believe where they had 14 children together. They lived in and around the Gold Fields of Victoria, with some children spending time in Western Australia.

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