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red mail Fanny Gill born about 1860 in St Tudy or parish of St Breward
I am searching for details of my gg Fanny Gill who emigrated to Adelaide Australia in 1879. She later married a Robert Cook and had 7 children. I think that her parents were Joseph Gill and Elizabeth Ann Hambly Hoskin.
red mail Ann Jinks b. abt 1830, Jenks Jenkins marr Francis George Norman Sr b abt 1830
Hi I am searching for the above who are listed in the Norman Family Bible to have been living in St Tudy mid 1800. Anns family a brother Thomas, & a Henry; a cousin Florence and Aunt Ann Smith. Francis father is Francis George Norman Sr b abt 1828, Jr born Jan 8 1846. Ann Jinks Norman was a school teacher around 1860, Francis Sr was a collector of bird guana for making fertilizer. Notes say Ann could see the cemetery Sr was buried in from the school she taught in. Francis George Norman Jr came to America and was in the Royal Navy 1862 to 1873
red mail Jonathan Hawkins 1783
Jonathan Hawkins b 1783 st tudy. som of william hawkins and elizbaeth phillips. anyone connected with this family? thanks jane
red mail Bastards of St Tudy
Hi can anyone give me any information on James Bastard and family, they lived at Tintern Manor, the father was Samual Bastard c1859 and married Elizabeth Rowse had a son William Bastar who married Varina Storer. Also information on garden competitions held in St Tudy around 1915 onwards would be helpfull. Thanks Kim
red mail Sleeman family
Researching the Sleeman family originally from St Tudy and then South Hill, Cornwall. In particular Daniel 1791 and Susannah 1771.
red mail St.Tudy
Looking for relatives of Thomas Christopher Andrew. His son Christopher Andrew came to America with his wife Mary J. Munday looking for any info.

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