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Luxulyan Cornwall
LUXULYAN dwells in beauty always, but we should come to it in bluebell time. The impressive Treffry Viaduct, nearly 100 feet high and 660 feet long, spans the glen like a granite giant. It is a symbol of the e... more
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red mail Vague ancestors
I am looking for any Vague ancestors from Luxulyan. I have been able to trace back to Robert Vague born in 1620 and a possible ancestor Robert Vague born 1550
I Believe that SOPHIA JANE OLVER of Mevagissey married a member of the TREVAIL family, Possibly NICHOLAS They had a daughter called LAURA TREVAIL born in 1871 IN MEVAGISSEY Any information gladly received
red mail Bond
Robert Bond married to Sarah Whitford c1790. any info on this family please
red mail MARK(E) family
Looking for information relating to the descendants of the Mark(e) family who lived in Luxulyan, Cornwall ~1650 to late 19th century. Also looking for information on the lives of the above family members.
red mail Hobbah Family
Looking for information about Harry Norman Hobbah,born 1857,left Luxulyan aged 17 years.Became schoolmaster for Institute of the Blind in York in 1878 retired after 38years,died 1920.
Hewett-pedlar Families
Looking for information about the Hewett/Hewitt and Pedlar families in Luxulyan before 1831
James Family
Looking for any members of the James family that can trace back to the 1800's in and around Luxulyan. Also anyone who may wish to help find members of the James family we would like to hear from you too.

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