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red mail Local Preacher Richard James in Hayle Redruth
"Can anyone help me to find out more about my ancestor Richard James b1873 in Newlyn?". I heard through the grapevine that Richard was a local Preacher in the Weslyan Hayle circuit around 1910. I wish to have this confirmed. Richard 's Wife was a Ann james and they had 3 girls . All information is appreciated and thank you.
red mail Richard Thomas Family Redruth
still struggling with Richards wife . jane Richards does not fit with the date of my grandfathers birth . as he was born 1818 and his father was still alive in 1852 to witness his marriage . anne rablin was a possibility but that richard passed in 1840's / anne annaer :? if anyone can relate to the family please help . Thomas thomas their son moved to liverpool .but the others stayed . maybe farmed as farmer is on the wedding certificate as occupation for Richard in 1852
red mail Richard Thomas Family Redruth
Hi i am trying to trace a grandfather's family, Richard had a son Thomas Thomas a miner born 1817/18 Redruth ,this is all i have , apart from Thomas being in Liverpool and marrying Martha Kay in 1852. and his dad being down on the certificate as a farmer . So i would put his father about 1794.I am so stuck if anyone can help it would be a godsend
red mail Stephens family Cornwall Redruth
I am looking for info regarding the Stephens family tin miners from Redruth. Left Cornwall in 1819 approx. Mined in Warslow Staffs and settled in Coniston Lake District mining copper.
red mail Redruth & Camborne, Looking for information on Names Davis (Tin Miners) and Milner Redruth
I am looking into my family tree which seems to lead me to Redruth/Camborne with a lot of gaps. Does anyone have photos of Redruth Rugby Club or the Local Tin Mines from 1900-1920s. Or if you have any information on the names Davis which leads me back to Redruth and Camborne, and also Milner which I am still trying to work out if this could be Redruth also from mid 1850's -1920. If you have any information that you can help me with it would be appreciated. The people I am looking for are: Dora Milner Born 1895 (possibly Redruth) to John (Born 1872ish) and Bessie Milner (Born 1875) with 4 sisters (Bessie, Nellie, Susie and Phyllis) and 1 brother (Johnny) I think possibly some of the daughters along with Dora were born in Redruth, and possibly John and Bessie Married here. Dora Milner Married William Charles Davis (Charlie) in Redruth in 1920. Charlie was a Tin Miner, and played for Redruth Rugby Club, from my records it looks like he was born in 1893-94. (it seems to vary on some records) I have also found a Census for him as "Charles" from 1911 which I am sure is for him! Where his Father is James Davis born 1854 and Mother Annie born 1864 born and living in Camborne. Many thanks for your help.
red mail Information on Dunn Illogan Highway
Please can anyone tell me when /where Edwin Dunn died. Born around 1853 in Breage, Cornwall. He married a Mary Richards and had a son Thomas Edwin. We believe Mary went to the poorhouse where she died in 1890 and from the death certificate it says Edwin Dunn has already died. His father died in 1888 and he was an Edwin. We cannot find any information on Edwin Dunn at all after 1881 on the census. Any information greatly appreciated. Thank you for reading this entry Judith
red mail REYNOLDS/HARRIS/WILLIAMS/Davis/Vyan/Mitchell/BILLING Illogan
Looking to share information with people researching the same families from Illogan/Gorran/St. Blazey areas. 1500-1990 - John VYAN m. Priscilla MITCHELL (1755), Joseph DAVIS m. Mary Vyan (1791), Michael WILLIAMS m. Elizabeth Davis (1826), John HARRIS m. Elizabeth Williams (1845), John Henry REYNOLDS m. Emma Harris (1873), Michael Mitchell Roskrow Reynolds m. Louisa CHESTERFIELD (1901), - sister Henrietta Reynolds m. William Henry COCK of Kea GR - I have documents and Pictures to share
red mail BLAMEY Gwennap
Grace BLAMEY baptised 10 Nov 1804 at Gwennap,daughter of Daniel and Grace BLAMEY. Grace married Joseph GRIBBLE or GRIBBELL at Gwennap 20 March 1825,witnesses were John BLAMEY & James GRIBBELL. Their daughter,Grace Blamey GRIBBLE married James LANE at Illogen 24th July 1854 before sailing to South Australia. James LANE'S father was a watchmaker in HELSTON. Would be pleased to hear from anyone related or with infomation about this family. Bev
Thomas Williams Elizabeth Paull St Agnes
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.
William J & Cecelia Bowman Camborne
My Grandparent's family tree are a complete mystery. My father, William Bowman (1928-2013) never knew grandparents or Aunts and Uncles. His older brother Ambrose (1923-1963) and his surviving brother, Brian (b1927) were equally in the dark. The only information we have been able to glean is as follows: William J Bowman (7/1885-9/1953) was a clockmaker and watchmender for many years in Camborne, Cornwall. Cecelia Marie (probably nee Morgan or possibly O'Hare)(9/10/1898-6/1979), his wife was a 'pocket rocket' - short and slight in stature - but everyone stood to attention when she walked into the room, apparently! They married circa 1922. She rarely went to church, but all her boys attended the Catholic School in Camborne and the house (at New Terrace, Treswithian), was regularly visited by Nuns. When Ambrose, her eldest died in 1963, 8 years after his wife, Cecelia brought up their son. There are rumours of elopement and ties to London, Suffolk, Liverpool and Ireland... but nothing concrete. If anyone can offer some insight into either of my mysterious grandparents, I'd be grateful.

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