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Amelia Lawrence - (Tresmeer - Cornwall)
Im looking for the decendants (or any information on this branch of the Lawrences) of Amelia Lawrence b 1868 to William H Lawrence and Margot ?. Brother was Robert Henry Lawrence MD b 1870 m Alice Selina Gertrude Perry b 1870 from Ramsgate. They hadone son Hugh Robert Lawrence.
red mail EBBOTT & BAKER families & the Wescott farm - (Tresmeer - Cornwall)
In the Tremaine Church yard there is a The tombstone that reads :- “Sacred / To the Memory of / John Ebbott of Westcott in this Parish / who finished his course May 29 1825 aged 73 years ./ ALSO in memory of WILMET his wife / Who departed this life on the 2? day of January 1845 / Aged 91 years” John Ebbott and Wilmot Baker are my 5x great grandparents. Research on the IGI reveals that John Ebbot married Wilmot Baker on 26 Jun 1775 in the same church in which they were eventually burried. According to the book "Our Cornish Heritage Genealogies of Reed, Rowe, Ebbott and related families Immigrants to Jefferson County, Wisconsin" by S.D.Reed. when Wilmet’s father, John Baker, died she inherited the family farm “Westcott”. The notion that the John Ebbott owned or at least lived on “Westcott” is reinforced by its mention on the his gravestone. The inheritance is further confirmed by the transcription of John Baker’s will. I am interested in making contact with any other Ebbott/Baker researchers. I am also interested in learning about the “Westcott” farm and the other Baker holdings in the area, as there appear to have been several according to John Baker’s will. Sandra
red mail John & Ann WICKETT - (Tresmeer - Cornwall)
John Wickett and Ann u/k had five children baptised at Tresmeer between 1793 and 1804. I am seeking the baptism and marriage details of John & Ann. Is anyone able to help please?
red mail MARTIN in Treswithian - (Treswithian - Cornwall)
1843 - JOHN MARTIN was born at Treswithian, or Cornish Daws, a large village, about half a mile west of Cambourne. *Cambourne had three fairs annually, viz. March 7, June 29, and November 11: also a show for cattle on Whit-Tuesday. The buildings of Cambourne displayed both uniformity and elegance; the town had the finest land and sea prospects in the county, and was surrounded by many inclosures of rich and fertile pastures. (*Universal British Directory 1791).
red mail Appleyard Family..connection to Trethewey? - (Trethewey - Cornwall)
Seeking any information on Basil(Bill) Harry Appleyard, born August 1916, possibly in this area. Older brother named John, and sister possibly Blanche or Edith. Fathers' name either Henry or Harry(?), ran a restaurant in Yorkshire at some point. Bill was in the British 8th Army and served in Egypt and Italy during WW2. Family connection to this area possible as I have it as a middle name.
red mail Free Help Available - (Trethurgy - Cornwall)
I'm the OnLine Parish Clerk for Treverbyn Parish, and have lots of references and databases which I'll check upon request. No genealogical info after 1900, as of now.
red mail Osborne - (Trevalgan - Cornwall)
I was born here and want to find the family history - any knowledge would be appreciated.
red mail Missing name - (Treverbyn - Cornwall)
Trying to find maiden name of lady who married Charles Champion we found her as Mary from Windsor born 1840 married in Exeter?but can't put name on tree if anyone can help be pleased as i've traced back my tree on Champion's til'1813 and would love to find this out,my family Chcmpions were clay workers from Cauldendown Stenalees Treverbyn near ST Austell.
Trevigro In South Hill Parish - (Trevigro - Cornwall)
I am the Online Parish Clerk (OPC) for South Hill and live in the parish. I have loads of information on the parish, its people and its history. Over 50,000 people in my database, so feel free to contact me.
James Henry ELLIS of Trewellard Cliff Farm - (Trewellard - Cornwall)
In 1925 James Henry Ellis was a Farmer at Trewellard Cliff Farm (which apparently no longer exists and has been mainly absorbed into Trewellard Manor Farm). James had a daughter, Leona, born abt 1903, who married John James Taylor in Pendeen in 1925. Any information about this particular Ellis family (there seem to be a lot of Ellises hereabouts!) would be very welcome.
red mail Trewen - (Trewen - Cornwall)
Can anyone accurately describe the parish and village of Trewen?
red mail Tinney, John, 1825-1870 - (Trewen - Cornwall)
I am looking for information on John Tinney, my GrGrandfather, who was married to Ann Barber. In the 1861 Census, he supposedly was in America, but he came back as my Grandmother was born in 1867. My GrGrandmother was a widow in the 1871 Census, but there isn't any record of John Tinney's death. Is anyone else looking for him?
red mail Parnell/Colwill at Trewen - (Trewen - Cornwall)
Looking for descendents of John and Mary Parnell of Trewen and John and Jane Colwill also of Trewen.
red mail Edward Vivian - (Tuckingmill - Cornwall)
Edward Vivian youngest son of Charles Vivian and Mary Tippet (my 4x great grandparents) was living here in 1841. He worked for the Bickford Smith & Co`s Safety Fuse Works. He was boarding with his first cousin William Vivian (Iron Founder) and his family at Tuckingmill. Edward was born at Neath Abbey (Glam.) in 1801 and died at 38, Pendarves St. Tuckingmill in 1886. He was a Sunday School Teacher there for nearly 60 years.
red mail Tolgarrack, Tuckingmill - (Tuckingmill - Cornwall)
My 4x grt. grandfather Charles Vivian may have retired to Tolgarrack, Tuckingmill, Camborne abt. 1820 with his family after being employed in Neath, Glam. by The Neath Abbey Iron Comp. 1793 - early 1800s and later probably at Tredegar in the Parish of Bedwellty. Still trying to find the exact whereabouts of the latter, he was probably employed by The Tredegar Iron Company. His dau. Elizabeth married Johnathon Miles in 1818 at St Sannan`s Parish Church, Bedwellty. Jonathon was a Patternmaker at The Tredegar Iron Company. His son Charles Vivian was employed there in 1830 as Agent. His son John Vivian died at Tredegar in 1838 of an accident. His dau. Mary died at Tolgarrack in 1850 after moving there from Tredegar. She was living with her sister Elizabeth and her family in 1841 at Tredegar. His son William Vivian died in 1872 at Tollgarack. Edward Vivian died at Tuckingmill in 1886 his youngest son. Both William and Edward were born blind.
red mail Charlotte Tredinnick - (Tuckingmill - Cornwall)
I am trying to find information on my Grandmother, Charlotte and her family. She married my Gradfather Edward Capel(l) and lived in Truro where Edward was a Police Officer (and I believe the Mace Bearer?) Any help would be gratefully received.
red mail WILLS mary hannah - WILLS john - (Tuckingmill - Cornwall)
i am looking for info on mary hannah wills born 1853 died april 13th 1928, her mother emilia or amelia i have no info about. mary had 4 sisters , clara who married fredrick williams , annie who married john mitchell, ellen who married john barker and the last sister is unknown. mary married john wills who was 56 yrs old when he died (march 25th 1905) and they had 2 children that i know of lillie born jan 19 1881 in brea died 15 oct 1948 aged 67 and herbert cecil wills a private in the army medical core 74769 who died april 12 1919. from what i can gather my family were all from the camborne area of tuckingmill 68-70 pendarves street . if you have any info i would appreciate it .
red mail ROWE, VIVIAN, TONKIN, WELLINGTON, RUNDLE - (Tywardreath Highway - Cornwall)
Wm Tonkin m Elizabeth RUNDLE in 1840 on arrival in Sth Australia. His parents William & Elizabeth WELLINGTON emigrated to SA in 1847 along with there family Jane & John ROWE, Mary & William THOMAS, John, Joel, Absalom, Harriet, Elizabeth, Jabez, Samuel & Charles. John ROWE's sister Ann Croggan ROWE and her husband William WALKOM also came to SA. As far as I can determine Elizabeth RUNDLE was the eldest daughter of John RUNDLE. Her mother was possibly also Elizabeth. John ROWE was a blacksmith in the 1840 Census. Father William, mother Elizabeth VIVIAN (widowed 1828). She remarried to a John DAVEY (1840 census) in 1835.
Upton Cross In Linkinhorne Parish - (Upton Cross - Cornwall)
I am the Online Parish Clerk (OPC) for Linkinhorne and live by the parish. I have loads of information on the parish, its people and its history. Over 50,000 people in my database, so feel free to contact me.
red mail SWAN INN - (Ventonleague - Cornwall)
Im looking for any information on the history of Ventonleague, particularly the whereabouts of the Inn which I am told existed around 1840-1850 Believed to be know by locals as "The Swan"
red mail Key Family - (Wadebridge - Cornwall)
The Key family were originally from St Breoke, I have rather a lot of information regarding this family and am happy to share it. If anyone has any onfo at all regarding this family nsame I would appreciate hearing from them.
red mail Bonney in wadebridge - (Wadebridge - Cornwall)
Looking for Bonney family in Egloshayle and St. breock.
Spettigue Family - (Warbstow - Cornwall)
1. Susannah (Sunsanna) SPETTIGUE b. c.1768 m. John MANICOM b. 1750 2. Richard SPETTIGUE chr. 10 July 1743 Treneglos m. Mary MOISE/MOYSE 3. Edward SPETTIGUE m. Elizabeth DAW/E 4. Silvester SPETTIGUE m. Mary SWIPE/SWINE 5. Silvester SPETTIGUE
red mail Heard/Stacey - (Week St Mary - Cornwall)
Does anyone have John and Mary Ann (Stacey) Heard of Week st Mary in their tree? They married in 1855 and John gives his father's name as William Pethick a farmer. Have been unable to find a link so far.
red mail HEARD/WEEK ST MARY - (Week St Mary - Cornwall)
As child visited an Aunty Phyl(lis)PETHICK -had a son Jim.Lived on farm nr.Camelford.Don't recall uncle.Have photocopy pic of a JED PETHICK.Name PETHICK on list of mourners for Fred BLUETT.Also understand I may have possible connection HEARD family.My genes are Saltern/Bluett.but these other names keep cropping up.Am only just starting research so 'Any'info would be much appreciated.Happy hunting.
red mail CLEMENTS - (West Looe - Cornwall)
Interested in making contact with anyone who has CLEMENTS, QUILLER and KEAST names in Talland, Polperro and West Looe.
red mail Colwill - (Whitstone - Cornwall)
William & Elizabeth Colwill of Tankins cottages Whitstone. They had 5 daughters...Louisa,Elizabeth Ann, Emma,Ida Caroline & Mary Eliza. Emma my grandmother married John Coombe about 1900 and lived at Tankins until grandad died in 1946. Anyone know of this family and also the history of Tankins farm & cottages at Whitstone. Mary .
Desparately Seeking Help with my Cornwall Spry(e)s - (Whitstone - Cornwall)
Please anyone with any information on this family please get in touch. This is one of the lines that is giving me the most problems. Here goes: The first SPRY that turned up in my line was Susanna SPRY, b. abt. 1748. Her parents were Richard SPRY, Jr., b. abt. 1720 in Whitstone, Cornwall to Richard SPRY(E) and Luce SNOWE, and who married Elizabeth BOASE, also in Whitstone, Cornwall on July 1, 1746. Elizabeth BOASE was b. abt. 1722 in Penzance (possibly Madron) in Cornwall, England, to Robert BOASE and Margaret JOHN. Robert SPRY, Jr. and Elizabeth BOASE had four other children besides Susanna SPRY, who m. Richard YEO on May 23, 1774 in Whitstone, Cornwall England. They are as follows – Elizabeth SPRY, b. abt.1745; Mary SPRY, b. abt. 1746; English SPRY, b. abt. 1750, and finally Richard SPRY, b. abt. 1752 in Boyton, Cornwall, England. Richard SPRY, Jr. wife, Elizabeth BOASE, was b. abt. 1722 to Robert BOAS(E) and Margaret JOHN in Penzance (possibly Madron) in Cornwall, England, who were married Aug. 12, 1716 in Madron. Robert BOAS(E) was b. in Penzance, Cornwall, England and was buried Feb. 26, 1743/44 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. Besides Elizabeth BOASE, the couple had four other know children – Constance BOASE, b. abt. 1716 in Penzance, possbily in Madron; She married John GEORGE on July 13, 1746 in Madron; Ann BOASE, b. abt. 1718 in Penzance, possibly Madron, Cornwall; She married Richard BATTON; Robert BOASE, b. abt. 1720 in Penzance, and married Eleanor BISKEY on June 29, 1747 in Madron, and finally James BOASE, b. abt. 1720 in Penzance, (possibly Madron, Cornwall). Richard SPRY, Jr. was the son of Richard SPRY(E), b. abt. 1696 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England, and Luce SNOWE, who he married July 11, 1717 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England. Their other children included Thomas SPRY(E), b. abt. 1718; Richard SPRY, Jr. (mentioned above); Lucy SPRY, b. abt. 1723; James SPRY, b. abt. 1726, and Elizabeth SPRY, b. abt. 1728. Finally, Richard SPRY(E), b. abt. 1696, who married Luce SNOWE, was the son of Richard SPRY and Johan (or Joane) DROWNE, whom he married November 27, 1683 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England. Besides Richard SPRY(E), husband of Luce, had several other know brothers and sisters as follows: James SPRY, b. abt. 1684; Walter SPRY, b. abt. 1692; John SPRY, b. abt. 1700; Nathaniell, b. abt. 1704 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England, and finally, John SPRY, b. abt. 1707 in Whitstone, Cornwall.
red mail Nathaniel Jones, Week st Mary - (Whitstone - Cornwall)
Hi, I'm trying to verify my Great Grandmother's family. She was Evalina Kingdon (1859-1946) and was married to Nathaniel Jones of Dipper Farm, Week St Mary, Whitstone (1855 -1934). Evalina's father was Henry Kingdon. This is where uncertainty starts! My cousin has just done our family tree and has a Henry Kingdon born in Blisland 22/9/1833 who married a Mary Louisa Kestle (born 1842 possibly Withiel). In my tree I have another Henry Kingdon (born 1830 in Kingsand, Maker) married to a Matilda Burlace (1828-1902). I'm tending to think my cousin has got it right but am not sure. Has anyone got any info please. Sue
red mail Giles In St Teath - (Withiel - Cornwall)
Hello Cornish Cousins! I am researching my family, which centered around St. Teath after 1830. I was wondering if anyone out there is researching the Giles family (and related families) in St Teath and surrounding parishes up until the 1900s. I am also trying to track down any other Withiel-born Giles members that married, lived or had children in other parishes. My direct relatives, the family of my ggg-grandfather, William Giles, emigrated to Wayne County, Pennsylvania in 1857 from Treburgett hamlet in the parish of St. Teath. William Giles and his brother, John Giles, Jr., relocated from their birthplace in Withiel to St. Teath sometime in the 1830s, married ÒlocalÓ girls, bought or leased new farms, and started families. William married Catherine Mills from St. Tudy parish in 1835. John, Jr. married Mary Anne (unknown surname) from neighboring Michaelstow parish, although weÕre not sure of the marriage date yet. William and Catherine had at least 7 children, all born in St. Teath: Emily (1838), Catherine/Kathryn (1841), Mary (1842), Christopher (1844), John (1846), Grace (1848), and James (1850ish). John, Jr. and Mary Anne had 3 children, all born in St. Teath: Philip W. (1855), John (1857), and...

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