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Lanreath Cornwall
The Giant's Hedge runs by LANREATH's white cottages; it runs up and down dale for seven miles. The antiquarians believe it to be an ancient rampart, but the oldest inhabitant knows better and will tell you th... more
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red mail hambly
I am looking for the hambly family from lanreath. George hambly was killed in WW1 and is remembered on the war memorial
red mail William Ford Maddick
William Maddick was born in Devonport in 1835 but lived in Lanreath with his parents William Maddick and Mary Anne(Bassett). In 1851 he was a footboy at the Rectory. He married 3 times but had 4 children by his second wife Ann Burn. His son Henry later moved to Totnes. Any information welcome.
red mail Giles Family Lanreath
Looking to make contact with anyone researching the Giles Family from Lanreath. I've traced back to John Giles b. 1814 and his wife Ann Tucker b.1816. I've found their 9 children and have traced the descendants of their son John Giles b. 1840 as he is my great great grandfather. The other children were Mary b. 1838, Ann b. 1842, Emma b. 1845, Elizabeth b. 1848, Rebekah b. 1853, Eliza b. 1855, Joseph b. 1857 and Hannah b.1860.
red mail Lobbs from Lanreath Parish
Anyone have information from 1600s on Lobbs in Lanreath Parish, specifically Christopher Lobb, wife Dorothy Anstis and children Christopher b. 1641 and Joan b 1639.
red mail George James Searle
GJ Searle b.17 Jan 1839 in Lanreath, d.1922 Victoria, Australia, father: George Searle - builder, stonemason, no other details known. Mother: Elizabeth Bunsell or Burnell (unsure of writing) - no other details known. Any infromation about the Searles or Bunsell/Burnell would be appreciated. Thanks Andrew.
red mail Martin Family
I am looking for anyone with relatives connected with the Martin family who lived in the small cornish village of Lanreath.
red mail Body And Willcock Families From Lanreath In Central Cornwall
my own body family originates from quethiock in eastern cornwall. my gx5 grandparents, john body and thomasine toll, married, in july 1731, at st. hughs parish church, quethiock. in the course of my research, i have traced several other body families, in other parts of cornwall and devon. i have traced a body family in lanreath, in central cornwall. robert body married mary willcock, on 19 may 1778, at lanreath parish church, cornwall. i know of five baptisms, at this church, of their probable children. 1) elizabeth body, on 29 march 1779. 2) john body, on 11 march 1781. 3) mary body, on 17 october 1784. 4) john woolcock willcock body, on 19 july 1791. 5) joseph body, on 13 march 1794. i believe that john woolcock willcock married his first wife, mary cock, about 1814, at warleggan parish church, cornwall. i believe that he married his second wife, sarah treloar (nee ough), on 19 june 1841, at st.pinnock parish church, cornwall. i believe that joseph body married elizabeth tom, on 30march 1817, at fowey parish church, cornwall. i am interested in the descendants of any of these couples, who have the surname of body. i can supply a limited amount of information about some of their descendants with other surnames. i am also inte...

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