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Cardinham Cornwall
CARDINHAM has one of the best Celtic wheel crosses in Cornwall, keeping company with its medieval church, fine and spacious, and built of granite. Its roofs have their fine oak timbers, and the church has a ma... more
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red mail William Sandercock
William Sandercock, (Saundercock), married Mary Verren on 25th Jan 1729. They had 5 children Mary, William, Thomas, Joseph, Anne and Richard. Richard married Mary Bennett on 13th Oct 1760. and had a number of children of which Ann married Johnathan Ellicott on 4th Oct 1804. Johnathan was the son of Thomas and Margaret Ellicott. Any details regarding the Sandercock, Verren, Bennett and Ellicott families would be highly appreciated.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Cole Elicott Families
I would appreciate any information regarding William Cole & Elizabeth Elicott (Ellicutt)who lived in Cardinham (Cornwall)circa 1825. Any details regarding the Cole & Elicott families would be appreciated.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Cole Families
In the early 1800’s there were two Cole families living in Cardinham. They do not appear to have been closely related. Family 1 comprised Thomas and Elizabeth (nee Wherry), with four male children, Thomas (bap 11/1/1818), Nicholas (bap 1/5/1825), Abel Wherry (bap 24/12/1826) & John (b 1831). John married Mary and moved to Landulph with two sons Christopher and William, Abel married Eliza and moved to Gwennap with three sons William, Christopher and John Charles, Nicholas married Betsey and moved to St Cleather with three sons Thomas, Richard and William. The second family comprised William (bap 1/11/1818) & Elizabeth (nee Ellicott), with three children Gertrude Ann (bap 19/2/1837), Jonathan Ellicott (bap 27/4/1840) and William (bap 6/8/1843). Gertrude moved to the Isle of Wight and married Edward Burnett, with ten children, Elizabeth, Edward, William, Alfred, Emily, Ada, James, Eleanor, Ernest and Christina. William married Mary (nee Wilton) and moved to St Cleer with six children Gertrude, William, Mary, Ernest, Bessie and John. He later moved to St Neot and married Emma with two children Lucy and Elizabeth. A brother to William was Richard (b 1796) and Mary (nee Hancock) who lived in Warleggan with their daughter Mary (bap 24/9/1837). William and Richard were descended from Daniel and Mary.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Errata - The Coles of Cardinham
Further to the entry regarding the ‘Coles of Cardinham’, there are two errors in the text. 1. William and Richard had a brother, John bap 17/8/1794, and two sisters, Elizabeth bap 28/9/1800, abd Mary bap 11/3/1804, 2. The parents of William and Richard were Henry Cole bap 3/3/1765 and Elizabeth Henwood bap 29/4/1767. I apologise for the previous errors.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Cole, Cowl, Coll, Lean, Wherry, Weary, Manear, Meneer, Stick
Lean's,Cole's ect From most areas of Cornwall. Pengelly's From Looe and surrounding areas. Allen, Stick Manear's from St.Austell and surrounding areas

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