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Ludgvan Cornwall
LUDGVAN is a thrilling place for those who think of the wonder of this world. Here, in this graveyard so beautiful with sycamores, ash trees, firs, and palms, so bright with cyclamen, sleep Humphry Davy's fathe... more
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red mail Jennings
I am trying to research my Great Grandfather Moses Jennings. His son, my Grandfather Moses Trezise Jennings married Anne Margaret Kessell in 1904.
red mail Grenfell
I am trying to trace the family of Thomas Grenfell who married Mary Ann Martin in 1848. Thomas Grenfell's father was William Grenfell a Tailor who married Elizabeth White in 1809. William's parents were Martin Grenfell and Mary Ankervis.
red mail Ludgvan OPC
Ludgvan is a parish that is part of the Cornwall OPC (Online Parish Clerk) scheme. I have the pleasure of serving as Ludgvan OPC and would be glad to provide whatever assistance I can to those researching any families with Ludgvan roots.
red mail Harris. Ludgvan, Gulval.
My G. Grandad John Harris was born in Ludgvan c1854. His siblings were...Richard,Charles, Elizabeth,Benjamin, Thomas,Lavinia and Alfred. John Harris moved to Aberdare in Wales and married a Mary Ann Lewis. They had children....William, Mary, Daniel,David, Alfred Reece,Benjamin, James,Edward and Emily. Some of John Harris's brothers emigrated to America. I think that John Harris's parents were William (born in Gulval) and Elizabeth both born around 1824. I would be very happy to hear from anyone connected to this family.
red mail Chellew One-Name Study
I am conducting a one-name study regarding the Chellew Family, many of which originated in Ludgvan. Would be glad to hear from anyone with Chellew connections.
red mail Renowden
Anyone got a Renowden in the family. Mine came from Ludgvan, Cornwell, and one James came out to Australia. Be glad to get any information. Thanks, Judie (Australia)
Ludgvan mis-spelling?
I have come across and ancestor (I think)Who listed Gludgen, Cornwall County England as the place of Nativity...Is Ludgvan a close match? Also St Allen church - I have baptism record from 1833
I have traced my family back to Susan Trevenen daughter of Mary in the village of Ludgvan in the year 1871.Does anyone out there think there might be a connection to their own family tree. Hoping Stephen
William Hawke,06/04/1800,Ludgvan
s/o William Hawke,1779, and Elizabeth Richards,1776.He married Christina (unknown)abt.1818. Does anyone have a connection to this family? I also have a Leonard Hawke-1838, married to Loveday Curnow-1833,married in 1860,Ludgvan--having 6 children-Jane-1861,Richard Curnow-1862,George-1866,Leonard-1870,Benjamin-1872, and Ida-1876. My family line extends from Richard Curnow Hawke born 1862. Would like to connect to anyone with ties to these Hawke families in any way. Thanks, Pat, from Bc,Canada
Great Great Granduncle was George Hawke ; I have a copy of his autobiography tracing family back to a Flour Miller who ran the mill at St Columb Minor in 1500's and I think had six sons.He and my great grandfather,John Hawke emigrated to Aus
red mail Ludgvan
My family came from Ludgvan in 1849 and went to South Australia and the Burra Mines, over a hundred on one ship, William Money. Nankervis, Maddron/en, Stephens, Wearne, Rodda, Eddy, Davy/ey and many many more. I would love any photos of this village and its wonderful cottages and stone wall fences. Also a description of this village from maybe yourself as a local. Do you have any information of any of the people on the lists, especially the "William Money" ship. The streets of this copper mine in Burra, Sth Australia are named after the villages, Ludgvan, Truro etc.
Looking for Bear's who lived in the Ludgvan and St Hilary areas.
red mail Hawke
george born 1826 spouse constance born 1823 both died in aust son george was born 1853Hawke
red mail HORWELL
Iam trying to trace the Horwell family.William (BORN 1866) married Elizabeth Wearne c1882/5.I think his father was called John(christened 1844). John's parents were Thomas and Mary.Can anyone help.Thank-you Jan
red mail Mills & Trevenen - Ludgvan & St Hilary
Hello Cornish Cousins! I am researching part of my family, which centered in the parish of Ludgvan in the late 1700s and moved to St Tudy in the early 1800s. Is anyone out there researching or related to the Mills or Trevenen families in these parishes? In particular I am trying to gather more info about the eleven children of William and Anna Trevenen Mills. At least seven of the siblings emigrated to Wayne County, Pennsylvania, USA between 1830 and 1870. I alsoam trying to discover if any of the family remained in Cornwall, especially Ann, Betsey, Mary Cornish, and Richard Mills, and what happened to their descendants. Thank you for your time and consideration. Hope to hear from you soon. Sincerely, Nathan Giles My MILLS family background data as we know it with my direct family line (ignoring most USA descendants) in CAPITAL LETTERS is as follows (Numbers 1, 2, 3 etc. indicate generations): 0 - William Mills (born c. 1775) married CatherineSemmens/Semens (born c. 1755, died Jan 7, 1806 St Erth (?)) 1 - William Mills (chr. Oct 19, 1777 St Erth (?), died 1829-30 St Tudy) married Anne Trevenen (born Oct 29, 1786 Ludgvan, chr. Dec 28, 1786 Ludgvan, died Nov 2, 1874 Wayne County, PA, U...

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