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red mail John Bennet or Bennett
I am looking for the descendants of John Bennet/Bennett christened Perranzabuloe 1674, parents William & Mary (any information on them would also be appreciated). Children John b.1700 may have md. Mary Roberts; Jane b.1706; Isaac b.1710 md. Mary May: Mary b.1714; Samuel b.1715; Stephen b.1717; Phillipa 1720.
red mail Isaac Bennett
I am looking for the descendants of Isaac Bennett b.1710 Perranzabuloe and Mary May b.c1710 md Perranzabuloe 1733. Children John b.1734: Isaac b.1738 may have md. Mary Bowden: Stephen Bennett b.1744 md Jane Cornish: Joseph b.1750 all born at Perranzabuloe.
red mail May family
I am looking for the parents of Henry May, married to Mary Antoinette Trenery. They immigrated to Australia in 1856, moving to the mining districts of Burra and Wallaroo in South Australia. Regards Jim
red mail Hooper
I am searching for Susan Hooper daughter of Sussanah Hooper born about 1842. There is no mention of the father. Family stories say they had a pew named for them in St Pirans Church. Later married William Martin and immigrated to Australia in 1863. May have lived in Penhallow. Any info would be great. It is thought she had brothers and sisters.
red mail Andrew Truscott
I am searching for info. on Andrew Truscott who married Catherine May on 14 May 1831 at Perranzabuloe. I have a Marriage Cert for his son William May Truscott which identified Andrew as a Blacksmith. Is this the same Andrew who was Christened on 4 Oct 1802 at St Stephen In Brannel and who also appears to have married Grace Tallick Bennett at Stephen In Brannel on 25 Jan 1823. Did he marry twice. I have found through the Census for Perranzabuloe, Head of Household Catherine Truscott and 5 children born from Abt 1826 to 1834 Fanney, Gershon, Andrew, William May and Catherine Grace.Census and other local record show nothing for Andrew Truscott. Also who are the parents of Andrew Truscott DOB abt. 1802 are they Thomas and Ann Truscott. Any info would be much appreciated.
red mail DINAH WOOLCOCK : Perranzabuloe / St. Agnes area
I'm looking for the baptism / place of origin for Diana / Dinah WOOLCOCK around 1752. That date is based on her age at burial (Plymouth 1835) being 83, which could, of course, be innacurate. She married Thomas Wilkin at St. Agnes, 22 JAN 1781. One of the witnesses was an Ephraim Woolcock, but this occurrs more than once in the area so could be father, brother or cousin. I found a possible marriage, John Woolcock m. Diana James, Perranzabuloe, 17 JUL 1748 (Phillimore vol. XVI) but no baptism for Dinah. Also, does anyone know the history of another Diana Woolcock, who died aged 77, at St. Agnes and was buried there 28 SEP 1795 ? Any assistance greatly appreciated.
red mail Harris family - Perranzabuloe
I am looking for information of my family of Harris that farmed at Hendra Croft, Perranzabuloe Parish Cornwall. Jane Harris born 1849 to George and Maria Harris is a lost link. Any information would be most helpful. Regards Karen.
red mail Trebilcock
While I have information back to 1500s for the Trebilcocks in my tree, I need to establish with certainty which William Trebilcock married Jenefer Pascoe 31/10/1784 in Perranzabuloe. Perranzabuloe burial register shows William aged 64 14/9/1827 but there is no birth recorded in parish for a William of that time. Jenefer was baptised 14/1/1761 and buried 28/1/1821 both in Perranzabuloe. William and Jenefer lived at Reen. Distinct possiblity William may be born Gwennap 31/3/1755. There is another William Trebilcock born Gwennap 7/4/1764 but it would seem he married Catharine Davis 6/6/1785 at Gwennap. Naming of children also points to these marriages occurring that way. I will soon overview Gwennap registers at local LDS which may assist. Can anyone else direct me. If anyone else has any Trebilcock queries please ask, I may be able to help.
red mail Davis, Menadue
Seeking information on the Davis, Menadue families. Edward Davis, miner, married Rebecca Menadue in the Parish Church of Perranzabuloe on 30th March, 1865. His father was also Edward Davis, Miner, and her father was William Menadue, also a miner. According to an 1871 census, Edward Davis was then 30 and his wife, Rebecca 28. Children were Julianna, 5, Ellen 3, William 1, and mother Catherine, widowed 65. Catherine died at age 75. Does anyone have any information on this family.
I am seeking info on the women and men who married into the Kernick family from Perranzabuloe, have info on the Kernicks. Carole
red mail hooper
I am trying to trace family of Mary Hooper born in 1850 in perranzabuloe and was married to James waldron in 1874. she is my ggm.
red mail Johns, Harris, Adams
John Johns 1760-1847 m.1) 1780 Elizabeth Harris at Perranzabuloe; m.2) 1803 Mary Adams 1773-1845 at St. Allen. Children: Mary Johns 1804, William Adams Johns 1806 m. 1842 Elizabeth Nichols, John Johns 1808-1843, Thomas Johns b.1810, m.1853 Bella Lanyon b.1817 & 2 weeks later emigrated to Melbourne, Fryerstown, Ballarat Victoria, Betsy Johns 1813, Nicholas Adams Johns 1816-1845
red mail Brenton ! Perranzabuloe
Looking for any information on Henry Brenton born Perranzabuloe about 1805 . Married Elizabeth Bennett had four children called Benjamin,John,Elizabeth and Mary.Lived in St Austell and worked as a Mine labourer.
red mail Jewell Rippon
All born in Pennanzabuloe.Samuel RIPPON b1857 marr Agnes b1844. Children:John & Emily,Agnes then married Joseph JEWELL b 1841 Children: Margaret Jane 1866 marr John JAMES. Annie b1867,Lilly b1869,Mary b 1872 & William b 1873
ann collins
ann collins who married john rowe late/mid 19c their son travelled and settled in australia
red mail Phillips
Looking for people who are descended from the PHILLIPS family of Tywarnhayle,Perranzabuloe from C16 onwards. Owned the Seiners and Miners Inn in Perranporth in C19th. Other family names include UDY, STEPHENS, TREBILCOCK, DAW.

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