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Feock Cornwall
FEOCK was one of the last Celtic places in England, for it claims that as late as the 17th century a vicar had to speak Cornish so that the old folk could understand him. Certainly it is a delightful place, cli... more
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Stevens / Penrose connection
A connection seems to exist between Julianna Penrose and the family of John and Jane Stevens of Feock through Jane , who was a Nicholls before marriage. The connection was through Julianna's husband.
Roberts Family
I am researching the Roberts family from Feock in Cornwall. My grandmother was Edith Roberts born in 1868 at St Day. Her father was John Roberts born 1840 in Feock and Elizabeth Curnow born 1840 in Ruan Lanihorn. Edith also had siblings: Charlesborn 1863 in Feock, William John born 1866 at St Day, Thomas born 1870 at Hayle, Catherine born 1872 at Penzance, Francis born 1874 at Penzance, Mary born 1876 at Penzance, Lydia born 1878 at Penzance and Philip born 1879 at Penzance. At the time of the 1881 Census they were living at 1 Stanford Ter Alverton. William John came to Australia in 1884 and Edith marries James Dixon and came to Australia prior to WW1
red mail Williams Family Parish Of Feock
Descendants of William & Tabitha Brown Williams: 1841 census for Feock Parish in Narabo, and then later found in Carnon Down, Devoran and Gwennap (where William & Tabitha were married in 1793.) Known children: William Henry, Jane/Jenefer, John, Edward William, Thomas, Mary Ann, Martha, William, Joseph, Henry, Jeremiah*, James, Richard, Robert, Nancy. I descend from Jeremiah and have lots of information/research to share on these lines. Many of this family are buried in the churchyard of St. Feock.
red mail Sarah Paynter, 1881, census
Searching for any information on Sarah,her seafaring husband,Richard,and/or their 5 children;Sarah(1874),jane(1875),John(1877),William(1878),Mary(1880 or 1881)

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