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red mail Rusden
looking for any info on Betty Rusden who married Antonio Pucati(spelling?) in Penryn in October 1790. Pucati was a mariner so not sure where he came from.
red mail Jolliffe of Penryn Cornwall
Does anyone have info on Thomas Jollife, and his offspring, living in Penryn near Falmouth late 1700s / early 1800s. He was an officer of the Inland Revenue.
red mail Thomas Pascoe Barnicoat
Looking for information on Thomas Pascoe Barnicoat (Penryn). Thomas was Great,Great,Great Grandfather. Have his Bible showing 10 Children. His Grandson Frederick Barnicoat arrived U.S. in 1880s. Can trace his Mother/Father back to St, Gluvias. (Maybe).
red mail Bonallack
I am researching relatives living in Penryn,dates around 1730,The Bonallack,Holmes,Turner or Penley family.Most moved to Stoke damerel in devon.
red mail Jeffery,Williams,Davis
Hello. I would like any information on the following families. Would appreciate any replies.
red mail Collins.
Looking for Collins family. Olive May (previous living in St Gluvias Street)married a dutch mariner Anthony Houweling. Olive had 3 brothers Reggie, Gordon,Kenneth and sister Lillian.Olives eldest 3 children born in Penryn before moving to Holland with her husband in 1946. Like to know more background dates etc about mother's (Olive)family.
red mail Francis Treloar
I am researching Francis Treloar who was born 16 April 1823. I don't think the father was married to the young lady with the surname Bunny. Francis came to Australia, found gold and married Sarah Biggs and did well for himself. He was born and lived at Penryn, Cornwall His parents died when he was very young and he lived with Mr. Symons. Like to know more about Penryn,I do have a photo of the narrow hilly cobbled streets. Trying to find out if his mother was related to a Thomas Bunny/Bunney who came over in 1848 on the same ship as Francis. Hope you can help
red mail Pascoe/Odgers
I am looking for a HENRY PASCOE who I believe married a JERUSHA ODGERS on 2 Aug 1835 in the parish of Gluvias. Henry was born in PENRYN in 1815, his father was also named Henry.
red mail Rosman, Bant, Kemp, etc.
I am looking for any Rosman and various spellings of this surname including Rosomond, Rosamond, and Rossman etc, from Cornwall. My great great grandfather was Edwin Joseph Rosman born in St. Gluvius, Penryn in September of 1824. His parents were Edward Rosman and Martha (nee`Bant) and living in many villages in western Cornwall and had a number of children. Edwin J. Rosman`s mother was Martha Bant and her parents were Mathew Bant and Jane Kemp of Falmouth. Edwin J. Rosman came to British Columba, Canada in about 1854 or earlier. Edwin`s father; Edward Rosman was an accountant and one of his clients was Henry Pering Pellow Crease. Edward Rosman never left Cornwall, England and so he wrote to Henry Pering Pellow Crease who also moved to British Columbia, Canada, and I have copies of their correspondence which has some family information on the Rosman`s. I am looking for any other family from the Rosman, Kemp and Bant families.
red mail JOHN SMITH TANNER Family
I am looking for any imformation about the CHILDREN OF JOHN SMITH TANNER who was born in Penryn and baptised at St Gluvius in 1781. His wife was Elizabeth (nee Jose) also from Penryn. They were married at St Gluvius in 1803, normally newly weds start a family straight away, but I can only find three childrens' birth records some 13 years after marriage; Joseph Jose b.1816, Richard Hurd b.1817 and William b.1818. John Smith Tanner's father was also called John and was born in Beckley Sussex, he came to be in Penryn as a soldier.

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