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Thomas Williams Elizabeth Paull
Thomas Williams and Elizabeth Paull.Thomas Williams b.1812 Helston.Cornwall.He was a Printer/Compositer by trade.When he married in Weston Super Mare in 1856 he stated that he was a widower.I had previous information that Thomas Williams had married Jane Dawe but thanks to C/Fox members this proved to be the wrong one.Once more a big thanks that was really appreciated. Gerry.
red mail Littlejohn, Thomas, Rule
Martha Littlejohn 1785 -1849, married John Barnard 1808 Somerton Somerset- 2 children, second marriage Elias Thomas 1819 Somerton Somerset. Elias was a circuit Wesleyan Minister, 6 children born in various locations, Martha living in Cornwall in 1827-1849, Elias died 1842. Daughter of this couple Martha Thomas married Edward Rule 1852 and immigrated to Australia - love to get in touch, Julie
George INNIS
I would like to contact anyone who is following up the descendants of George INNIS who was resident in St Agnes during the 17th Century. He had five children, known variously as INNIS or NINNIS
red mail Davey St Agnes Cornwall
I am looking for information on Percy Lionel Davey who was born in St Agnes, Cornwall in 1888 or 1889. His parents were Renford and Marie. Percy married Bertha and they had a son, Renford who was born, I think, in Cambs.I'm hoping to find out more about Percy's parents and his brothers (I think he had two.)
red mail Williams - Retallack.
Seeking any information on the following: William Henry Williams, born 1836 at St. Agnes,Cornwall, married Francis Retallack at St. Agnes Cornwall in 1856. Their children were Emma (1857-1892) and William Henry (1857-1927) The family migrated to Australia where William died in 1863. Francis then married a John James in Castlemaine Victoria Australia in 1865. She died in Rockhampton Queensland in 1911.
red mail Chynoweth
looking for Chynoweth line, St Agnes, Cornwell England. John b. 1721 marries Jane of Cornwell. Son John b. 1747 marries Elizabeth b. 1753. Son James Chynoweth: b. 1775, marries Mary Roberts of Cornwell. A son, Joseph: b. 1800-1837 St Agnes marries Elizabeth Hunn Lander b. 1804 Calstock Parish, Cornwell. Joseph d. Calstock Parish. Their son: James Lean Chynoweth: b. 1823-1887 Stoke Damerels, Devon married(1845) Elizabeth Symons 1824-1915 of Stoke Damerels, Devon. Son: Joseph Chynoweth Sr. b.1845 Liskeard, Cornwell married Sarah Goldsworthy b. 1845 Cornwell,the marriage in 1864 at the Liskeard Registar Office. Their first son Joseph, Jr. is born in England 1866 and marries Grace in 1892,the family moves to Calumet, Houghton, Michigan, USA to work in the coal mines.
red mail Davey - St Agnes
I would be very grateful for any information on the Davey Family. My maternal great grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Davey was born and raised in/around St Agnes (1867-1877). Her father is listed on her marriage certificate as a farmer. The family (2 daughters(?) & 3 sons all left at different times during the 1880/1890s (I believe at least 2 members did return to live in the village later). The boys left to make their fortunes mining gold, first in South Africa and later Klondike. The girls went in to service, I believe. My great, Aunt Hilda Plowman, did return to live briefly in St Agnes during the 1980s. Sadly, I did not take the opportunity to write down our family's history. Any help would be much appreciated.
CHARLES TIPPET Abt 1801 - JUNE 1849 Charles was born at St Agnes near Truro where he was a copper miner. He married Mary Nicholas June 14, 1823 at St Agnes near Truro Cornwall. They had seven children - William, Charles, James, Mary Ann, Richard, Simon, Isaac and Henry. Charles died in June 1849 in Cornwall leaving Mary with all of the children. At the time of the 1841 census they were all living at Croft Prince St Agnes. All children were living at home at the time.
red mail rosemundy
would anyone out there know where Rosemundy in cornwall is, as I have my GGGGGrandparents wedding certificate and they were married St Mary's church in rosemundy, and I am having trouble finding it on the map cheers Val from down under
red mail Epiphany rest home
Does anyone remember The Epiphany rest Home in St Agnes , probably doring the 40s or 50s. my grandfather convelesed in one. On his postcard it says The House , st agnes.I dont know if he was injured during the war or if he had a medical problem. any help would be very gratfully recieved.think it is st, agnes in cornwall.
red mail Nicholas and Barkla
I am interested in any information on William Nicholas born about 1771 who married a Joanna Barkla born about 1770 that lived in St Agnes and had a child named James Nicholas born 1802 and died 1879 who married a Ann Nettle b.1803 - d.1865. I am at a standstill at the moment, so any help would be appreciated.
red mail Harris
Trying to trace info on Richard Harris who is the father of Nicholas Harris born 1815/6. Nicholas married Susannah Trewelling at St. Ewe, Cornwall 1839.
Wason of St. Agnes
Thomas Squire Wason was baptised on 10 January 1763 at St. Agnes His parents were Thomas and Mary Wason. Can anyone help? Where are the Parish Registers held? Why would an infant have been named 'Squire'? Any help much appreciated.
red mail LUKE
Have family tree going back centuries in St Agnes, Mithian area but need to link up with other branches.
red mail REYNOLDS
Searching for any info on my G. Grandfather Samuel Reynolds. He was born in the 1860's. He married Agnes Annie Brace. His father was named John Reynolds who worked in the tin mines as an overlooker. Got his marriage cert. and his death cert. but no joy with his birth cert. Can anyone help please.
red mail NANCE
I am lookiing for anything to do with the Nance family in St Agnes. A daughter Elizabeth Nance married John Banfield, my 2 x great grandfather, but I do not seem to be able to trace the family in the area she was born. They lived all their lives around, St Just, St Ives, St Agnes and Halsetown, until they moved away to Wales in the mid 1800s. Any information to point me in the right direction will be gratefully received.
Wilmot Wills
Wilmot was christened 26 Mar 1722 in St. Agnes, son of John Wills and Elizabeth, his siblings were Elizabeth, John, Matthew, Richard Any help appreciated
red mail Hawke Mary
Looking for ancestors and siblings of Mary Hawke born 1848-1851 Truro possibly St Agnes. She emigrated to NZ and married there in 1873. Have absolutley no info prior to her arriving in NZ so anything at all would be really appreciated.Lorraine
red mail Whitehouse
Looking for information re: Frances Anne Whitehouse, born June 6 1961, Rosemundy, St Agnes, Cornwall
red mail Doody family St.Agnes
I am looking for relatives or friends of Jack Richard Doody born London 15.11.1912 and died 15.10.1989 Wheal Kitty,St.Agnes. Jack was my father's brother.
Looking for a birth record for Catherine Gribbin or Gribben (Kitty) who married John Tredinnick in 1819 in St. Agnes. I think she was born around 1798.
I'm trying to trace the origin of Joanna Henwood who married William Tonkin in 1801 in St. Agnes. At the time Joanna was recorded as being a 'sojourner'. the couple had Elizabeth 1801,Joanna 1805, John 1808, Mary, 1812, Henry 1816 & James 1820. I think she died between 1851 & 1867. Her date of birth about 1776.
John Rolley / Tinner / Mining surveyor
Has anyone any information on JOHN ROLLEY 1743 - 1804. He is described as - 'a Cornishman' He was a tinner then a mining surveyor and ended up managing a mine for Lord Cawdor in Mydffai, Carmarthenshire. But it is his origins which are a mystery. There are many family connections with St. Agnes and a tin mine near there at Mithian and I wondered whether he came from that area ? Any help at all much appreciated
red mail WILSON, James b. 1801 Chief Coastguard St. Agnes
James WILSON b. BUDE 1801 was Chief Coastguard St. Agnes, Cornwall 1830 age 29. He married Kezia Lawrence. He drowned at sea 1831 'by the capsizing of a boat'. Can anyone tell us anymore?
red mail Thomas Cocking
I'm looking for (1)Thomas Cocking b. <1795> St Agnes, Cornwall. Children (2)John Cocking <1823> and (3)Ann Cocking <1824> Crantock, Cornwall. I cannot locate any further details Thomas (1). Any help would be appreciated. John (2) married Martha Henwood b. 29 May 1832 in <1860> There children where Anne, Thomas, Catherine, Julia, John, and Mary. All born in Crantock
red mail SOLOMON
I would love to hear from any descendants of SOLOMON families in and around St. Agnes. 1850 to 1950. Richard Solomon and Eliza Aver,Richard Solomon and Eliza Bray, John Solomon and Elizabeth Reynolds, Edwin Solomon and Catherine Salmon,Thomas Solomon and Harriet, Richard Solomon and Clara Jennings,Thomas Solomon and Nancy Crapp, John Solomon and Annetta Harris, etc. These were all married 1850 - 1900 My Grandmother was Mary Jane Solomon of St.Agnes.
red mail GILL and FAULL
I am interested in learning everything about the GILL and FAULL families of St. Agnes, Cornwall, England. My William GILL chr. 17 Apr 1812, St. Agnes, son of William GILL and Mary FAULL. I know nothing of Mary FAULL'S parents, siblings or ancestors, and very little of her husband's, William GILL. Thanks in advance for any information you might be able to send to me.
red mail Jane Truen
Would apreciate any help in tracing Jane Truen who was born in St Agnes abtb 1774.she married John Tresize also of St Agnes on the 23rd Dec 1799.would like to find out who her parents were when she died etc. Many Thanks
Moyle of St Agnes
Looking for information on Eliza Croft Moyle born approx. 1824-1826 St Agnes near Truro to John Wills Moyle and Mary Richards Sampson.
Hawke Family
I would be interested in any information about Philip Hawke b1826 or his descendants. He married Mary Ann and had a huge family. They moved to Caldbeck in Cumbria to run a lead mine. i believe there is some connection with Mount Hawke and tin mines
red mail John Tippett
My G. Grandfather John Tippett b. St. Agnes 1826 to Thomas & Grace (possibly nee Morton) Tippett. One brother Benjamin b. 1828. Would like info on any other siblings or parents. John married Elizabeth Williams of Redruth in Wesleyan Chapel, Copperhouse, Hayle, Cornwall in June 1849. They left 2 weeks later for South Australia. He was a mining engineer and brought out to install machinery in copper mines in South Australia. Please contact Jan
red mail looking for family
My grandmother Edith Maude was born to Thomas Albert-Solomon and Mabel Solomon formerly Mabel Tonkin in St. Agnes Sept 14, 1901. My great grandfather died 5 years later and my grandmother and great grandmother came to U.S. My great grandfather was a blacksmith and they lived on Peterville. I am looking for the rest of my family.
red mail Harris
Searching for any info abt Grace Harris born abt 1833. Marr Thomas Merratt abt 1833 in St Agnes. Migrated to Australia 1875
red mail Tracing other relatives of
my great father John James Mortimer b.1870 approx. Married into the Hicks family of Craig Villa. Eldest son is John Richard Arthur Mortimer, my grandfather born 1895 in Llantrisant Glamorgan.. Also had Bert, Cyril, Florence,and Helen.
red mail Whiston
I am looking for any information on James Whiston, Coastguard of Vicarage Road St Agnes. 1870s-1880s. In particular I wonder if anyone knows exactly where he lived.
red mail Martha Ellen Wyatt
I would like any information on the above person. She was born in 1865 in St Agnes to Eliza or Elizabeth. I cannot find a birth certificate under the name Wyatt so she may have been registered under a different name as her mother was only 15 and therefore unmarried. She appears with her mother in 1881 census in Falmouth(mother widowed). Her father is listed on marriage certificate (1884)as Samuel Wyatt - Labourer - Deceased.
Harris Family
Looking for information on Thomas Harris, Occupation: Smelter & Boilermaker, born 1816. Went to South Australia on the Barque 'Richardsons' about 1848, leaving Swansea. Daughter Sarah Harris born at sea, possibly in Bay Of Biscay.
My grandmother was Elizabeth MITCHELL born in 1853. Her parents were James MITCHELL born 1818 died 1880 and Susan COCK born 1820 died 1893. Her brothers were Richard, James, John, Philip, Thomas and Samuel. Thomas may have died young. Sisters Nancy and maybe Ann. I've traced Philip's family but no one else.
Am looking for information about the Pryor family that lived in the Cornwall area
I am looking for any relatives of a John Tonkin and Mary Richards who lived in St Agnes in the early 1800s. My great great grandfather was their son Simeon Richards Tonkin b 1837.
red mail St Agnes
Thomas STEPHENS born 9 April 1837; parents Stephen STEPHENS and Elizabeth SYMONS(?); migrated to Australia before 1861; married Elizabeth Ann HICKS 11 July 1861 at Creswick, Victoria; had 7(?) children; died 5 September 1900 at Clunes, Victoria. Anyfurther information would be appreciated.
red mail William Moon
William Moon married Mary Lawrence in 1822 in St Agnes. Children MaryAnn, Catherine, William,James Alexander, Samuel and John
red mail Jeffery
Names: Jeffery

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