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red mail Tallack
I am looking for information on Edwin Charles Tallack. He is my husbands g-grandfather. I have a lot of the family but I would like to fill in some of the details of his brothers and sisiters. His father was Nicholas Tallack and mother was Mary Louisa Burt.
Eustice - Narcissus Cottage, Mylor
I am researching my father's family - Eustice. George Lefevre Eustice (b 1892) resided at Narcissus Cottage. He married Phyllis Lawrey in 1951. His father and grandfather were master mariners. We think one of them captained the ship Narcissus, hence the name of the house. I would like any information onthe cottage, if it still exists, and any info on George and his wife. Can anyone help?
red mail Robert EDWARDS
Help required please. Robert Morley EDWARDS was born in Mylor in 1835. He was a mariner and married Elizabeth Ann HILL in Falmouth in 1860. He lived in Falmouth in 1901 but moved to Portsmouth to be with his daughter Mary Ellen MAY where he died. He and his father, another Robert, were both Mariners. We are interested in their history. Thanks.
red mail Hill family
Looking for my Hill family of Mylor -Gwennap Budcok Peranarworthal Cornwall England 1850 - 1829. Stone masons & Fishermen James Hill married Anne...Budock at 1748. Son Nathaniel Hill married Jane Beckerleg . Son James Hill marreid Christian Edwards 1773. Son Jermeiah married Ann Kemp of Mylor 1840. Son James Hill married Francis Harrie Reed 1796. Cannot find James and Fanny`s death or any info after but Son Francis a pattern maker at Foundry in Gwennap 1829 .Think Dau Maryjane B 1823 married a Williams. Jermiah Hill B 1813 worked in France then moved to York Canada near Stephens family. Heather
red mail Blight's tenement
Can anyone help me identify a "Dwelling-house and tenement called Blight's tenement" in Mylor village?
red mail Staple, Richard
I am descended from Richard Staple, Carpenter, of Mylor. I fact there seem to have been at least 3 generations of Richard Staple. (1) married to Ann Colet (m1761), (2) married to Mary George (m1799) and then the last (3) moved to London marrying Jessey Cock in 1839. Would be pleased to here from anyone connected to this line.

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