excluding direct line (q.v.)
Crowan and Leedstown increased their population with rise of mining then faded as the industry declined. The 1569 Muster Rolls have no family entries at all. From a start of two familes in the early 17thC, a very large population of Eustices grew up here, spreading to other mining areas (Camborne, Wales) then overseas (Australia, South Africa and USA). Old shafts and empty fields mark what used to be a source of work. An early assocation with Ludgvan, to the West is still be be unpicked.
The parish of Crowan (Cornish: Egloskrowenn) is situated in the Deanery and Hundred of Penwith. It is bounded on the north by Camborne, on the west by Wendron, on the south by Sithney and Breage, and on the west by St Erth and Gwinear. The parish is named after its patron, St Carwenna. The manor of Clowance was in this parish. The house was the main residence of the St Aubyn family ... The chief villages besides the Churchtown, are Leedstown, Praze-an-Beeble, Nancegollan, Townsend, Cargenwen, Drym, Trethannas, Trevoole and Releath. - Genuki
Saint Crewenna was an Irish missionary, 5th century, who accompanied Saint Breaca. The Latin name has been recorded as both Crewanus (1201) and in female form.
1806 there was a flood in Crowan (from a watersprout?) and Wheal Abraham was flooded
After the 1848 entries for baptism there is a whole page of census taken by the local vicar. these are taken from it:
1831 there were 773 inhabited houses, with 820 families in them, 11 houses being
built and 60 uninhabited,
141 families were employed chiefly in agriculture and 59 families chiefly in trade, handicraft and manufacture. "Others" 620.
4332 people in all, 2133 males and 2199 females, Male servants over 20-4, female
servants over 20 -79. There were 39 occupiers of land who employed labour, with
95 registered as agricultural labourers.
"Wholesale merchants, Capitalists, Bankers, Professional and other Educated Men -2"
These employed 615 men outside agriculture.
"Retired, injured and diseased males -36"
Males of 20 -930 (l presume that means over 20) Not 20 - 120. Females of 20 -120
In Crowan parish register 5/12/1851 an entry is made, unsigned by the vicar, and later crossed out. It says "Mary Ann, daughter of Jane, a single woman" baptised from Breage workhouse. The minutes of the PU in Helston had no entry for that area or name but on page 111 it says that no relief is to be given to those with base children being nursed outside as from 1853. On page 31, Michelmas quarter (?) they minute a decision that relief be discontinued to Margaret Eustice of Crowan, with no reason given.
Cousin Jack by Show of Hands
|Photos linked here or held by PE|
Gathering of freemasons, date unknown, showing Iveys and Lambert Eustice - held as D66. Possibly GL born 1879, m 1904
|Crowan parish church 1982||view from Leedstown towards Horsedown, 1982 - empty landscape.|
|Centre and sum total of Leedstown 1982|
Place names and records with early associations and leads:
Kerthen Wood is an area of old mine workings north of the Marazion-Leedstown Rd. mentioned 1711 will Henry. Richard paid taxes 1728-36, George 1729-37. Francis is mentioned in a lease with his wife Joan, sons Francis and Henry and Grandson Henry (of Francis) 1731.41. This is the son of George but note that the records (Godolphin Estate papers DDGO 294,292) spell the name Ustice and Ustick as if interchangeable, or as if one is a confusion with the Ustick family. Jane had a holding in 1788.
Jane has tenancy of land near Kerthen 1788 - St Erth or Crowan?
Information relating to document ref. no. GO/749 - Receipt by churchwarden of St. Erth and others for receipt of poor rate, small tithes, and land tax on Kerthen Wood. [Cornwall Record Office, Godolphin of Godolphin] Date range: 1719 - 1723.
The DDGO papers
mention a tenement 1711 with Richard 'the only surviving'. 1748 Richard(and Alexander
Trenell) mentioned with son Richard and a connection with Sampson Sandys. Richard
paid rates 1729-37
The area is east of Kerthen and references to Carsize Common occur often in later enrties. Note work to be done disentangling Eustice/Usticks in this area and clerical confusions leading through rents and wills back to Ludgvan.
Oatfield; Richard and Mary with sons Richard and James 1711 will. Mary paid rates 1729-37 as widow. This is a farm on the He1ston-Crowan road.
Protestation Bill 1641 - Richard and William Yestes
Poll Tax 1660 no entry, but may have no return for this parish.
Hearth Tax 1660-64 - first surviving entry is Michaelmas 1664: Richard Ustes taxed on two hearths and John Ustes on one.
Rates 1728-37, from acounts of overseeers, Crowan, CRO:
Richard paid rates on Kerthen 1728-36
George ditto 1729-37
Mary (widow of Richard, see 1711 will) paid rates on Oatfield 1729-37
Richard paid rates on Carsize 1729-37
N.B. EM says there is only one accunt book extant and 1728 return is incomplete.
John Eustis made 1692, proved 1694, for £109. Tenement Kerton (Wood?) left to son Henry. Witnessed and signed by George Eustis.
Henry Eustice proved 1711 for £282 tenement Kerton and one called Treneer to son Henry. Wtinessed and signed by Henry Eustice of Carsize.
Richard Eustis made 1710, proved 1711 for £99. Estate called Oatfield left to wife Mary then divided between sons Richard and James.
Elizabeth Eustis leters of admin to son Henry 1701/2 for £6, including annuity of £1 overdue for 5 years to son George.
The first stages might involve a Richard or William married to Elizabeth (DL q.v.). It may be that William m Jane Brothes of Breage 1639. Early connections also include St Earth, Gwinnear, Germnoe etc. I have tried to check Ludgvan but records at that period were damaged (by flood?) and the relevant pages not available or legible.
Many mis-attributions are published and speculation has circulated - see letters including SB1.
family groups by male forename a-z
NB this excludes direct line q.v.
Francis; George; Henry; James; John; Nicholas; Paul; Peter; Richard; Thomas; William
leads from female marriages
Will or admin bind 1759, 1794
Francis son of George b 1703 m Jane Williams (direct line)
PR DDGO (q.v.) has Jone, she born c1709. See letter EM6
Francis born 1703 son of George Usstess. Married Joan Williams 1732 as Ustis. His son Francis bpt 1733 Ustis. Leases referr to him as Ustick (q.v. for ref) 1731 then Ustice 1741.
Margery or Mary
(EM has Jone for 1748)
Henry from DDGO
but could be confusion with his brother Henry
Francis and Grace
implied from baptism but no mge entry -
see mge at St Erth and Camborne
If same pair thern add son George 1801 from that parish
Francis and Mary
Note St Erth family
bpt Esther 7/4/1820 St. Erth, F a miner
MC has bpt Ustice Crowan
I have no PR at Crowan for this
|John who married Eliz Edwards 1839|
See direct line and G of Francis at St Erth.
G witnessed will of John 1694 Kerthen.
MC shows George of Charity 2/9/1725 and of George Jan 1735. I have no record of these two. See DL George.
A George is buried 1740. John has a George 1687 B Transc. Ann d of George bt probably 1715 from B. Trans. and Anne of G Ustis 24/9/1732 from MC
G m Elizabeth Ansech 31/1/1747.
George m Rebecka Reynolds 31/1/1757 or 58.
He signed, she used X.
|Mary bt 16/5/62|
MC shows George of Rebecca 21/4/94
I have no record of this
George m Mary Rodda
He signed Ustis, she used X.
Will 1809 is thatcher, see EM for Australian connections.
Perhaps son John and Mgt Cabbna?
|m Phillipa Davey q.v.|
George m Ann Reed
10 or 18 April 1793
He a miner and used X.
Perhaps son Wm and Dorothy?
George m Thomasine Symons
both illiterate, he may bne son Wm & Ann Williams
Cf Perranuthnoe G&T with Bpts 1845-48
for these three children entered as miner
|m Ann? see Breage and Germoe trees|
Note a G went to the USA 1847 (Don p22). Paul -ace sent a tree from G who went to Michigan USA 1865, for which I have no appropriate birth. TBC 11
Will for John 1694 has Henry and Henry will 1711 witnessed Henry.
First bpt is Henry son George 1695 (DL) but BT has possible Henry son John 1690.
Francis born 1733 has Henry in DDGO but not traced PR. Name attached Carsize and Kerthen (q.v.)
(from will 1711 witnessed by Henry)
bt 30th MC
as underage in will
but not in PR
see confusion in records
and cf Breock.
Henry m Elizabeth
NB note on my transcipt says could just be John
Mother's name not listed for births so this family group is based on father's name only - Cf Henry and Jane above.
m James Eade 1746 Breage?
see Rusch letters for details
see confusion in records
and cf Breock.
MC only and they do not have 1711 Ruth so could be error
Henry buried 1734 and James of H decd 1734 so this Henry seems likely candidate.
Other Henry burials 1773, 1774 as a child, 1784, 1785, 1811 as an infant.
Henry m Mary Ann Pool
John Rutgar 30/4/
Henry m Martha Bartle
|Thomas 24/3/1772||Henry bpt 14/5/72||John Bpt 14/11/73|
Henry m Eliz Simons
Note Henry and Eveline below
Henry m Honour Heather of Gwinnear
At Ann's baptism was miner - sone Richard anad Catherine?
Crowan as of
|Elizabeth 17/11/16 Crowan|
Henry m Philippa Commins
both signed. bt 23 H entered as miner, thereafter miller
but could be misreading?
1841 Philippa alone; a851 shown married but alone and proprietor of houses.
20/6 or 7/1823
(SCH this date)
mc HAS 31/7/31
See will 1923 Flintshire
m Eliz Mildron
(Mildman from DL)
as labourer, but 1851 Cs before marriage and all bpts is gardener.
Elisabeth Ann Hore
MC has Jane Hore
Phillippa Jane Comins
SCH has Penzance area
Henry of Crowan m Mary Ann Gard Falmouth 12/8/1803
Henry & Eveline/Aveline
for first bpt H carpenter, second joiner.
c..f. Henry who m Eliz Simons 1800.
Mary Ann Walters 16/9/1832
Henry and Grace
1851 Cs copper miner
1871 Cs engine driver
1881 Cs Camborne mine engine driver
1871 Cs = 17
1871 Cs = 18
died infant by deduction from Cs
with Mary q.v.
possible connection Australia
|m Rodda?||family Camborne q.v.|
James buried 1734 as son of Henry, 1762, 1777 (child)
James son of Richard 1703, son of Henry 1729
James Hill son of Ann Eustice 1805
Miner James & Susanna son William Hocking 13/8/1826
miner James & Elizabeth daughter Grace 10/4/1842. Cf Gwinnear
Mary wife of James (miner) died in childbirth 12th May 1840, aged 26, informant F? Eustis occupier Carisze Common D93)
miner James m Honour Ralph Jeffrey
2/11/1861, he illterate and son of
Peter the carpenter
no PR but see 1871 Cs
Ann c 1865
James, miner, son on Richard and Grace Pooley
m Mary Rowe Muffa/et 28/1/2/1833 and signed
Father's will indicates left England before 1851
Mary buried 14/5/1840 aged 25 Crowan??? after which he married Eliz Simms Floyd - info Dawna-see chart DL
Gwinnear Feb 1836 (bt 21st)
info from Dawna 10/3/1986
John will 1694 related Kerthen tenement has children: Henry, John, Richard, Elinor Tamblyn and wife witnessed George. Henry executor. This may be DL so see discussion with Dawna
Mary 1684 BT
buried 15/4/1687 BT
|George 1687 BT||Henry 1690 BT|
m Mary 1694?
see Oatfield DDGO
There is room for confusion here and we may have two John families, one adult in 1694 and one being created.
John m Anne 1708 and 06 1711?
John buried 1737/8 BT. PR has burials 1732 and 1735.
will 1763 has unamed wife with chidren John, Henry, George, William, Mgt, m John Mitchell of Crowan, Eliz m Joseph Tregloan of Breage, Jane or Jennifer under age. Copy D85
John m Mgt Cabbna
28 April 1729
son Richard and Mary?
Paul -ace had Mary
and MC neither
Paul -ace Mgt
MC has 19/7
not in willbut only burial was Jan 46 so check dates in PR
= Jenifer in will?
|possible marriage Gwinnear 1753||m Mary Rodda?|
John m Eliz Hoskin 23/11/1778 as tinner
|John and Mary Cf Camborne as possibe lead?|
|John and Martha|
son of Richard and
m Margery Williams
John then miner Carsize
|m Hannah q.v.|
a John buried as infant 1806
John m Catherine Thomas 18/1/1830
note admin Bond 1828 for Crowan John m Patience D84. Note also a Patience age 2 in 1841 Cs in the house of Martha Davey.
John m Patience Edwards
he then farmer Keton
m Stephen Silverton Goldsworthy
15/1/1842 She signed.
Not of full age, daughter of John the farmer
m William Eade
John m Christian Arthur 24/3/1825
John m Christian Nicholas 30/6/1825
children for a " J and N pair" (check did that mean J and pair) when John was a miner:
John 16/4/26 and 24/12/26
son of Wm and Wliz Glasson
m Rosalie Ann Ward
second marriage to
|Daniel Lewis 1854||Edward A|
Note D90 from Dawna on John G born 1806 which she identifies as this one, born 1806. See docs for argument.
son Richard and Grace
m Betsy Gundry
9/2/1829 - John witnessed
then moved family to Wales, where
further children and whendce line of
descent for Eurwen Mascall (q.v.)
John m Eliz Pascoe 9/1/1837
John m Eliz Carter 1837/8 (She ? widow Camborne Cs. 1851Cs, 81C s)
John m Elizabeth Edwards 26/1/1839
Children of a John and Eliz pair: Eliz Jane 30/3/1837; Richard 29/10/38; Martha 9/2/40; John Henry Edwards 6/4/1840 (C - John a miner); Christina 4/10/46; William 1/12/46 (se also Wm to Wm and Jane/Jennifer 1840) ; Frances James 2/3/47. See 1841 Cs to show John and Wm as borthers, Jane and Martha as sisters with possible Sally or Lettey?? For all bpts John = miner
|John and Grace|
John then a miner
Cf pair St. Gluvias with later progeny and Breage bapt of Sally.
John b. c. 1818
m Ann b.c. 1823 Sithney
(from Camborne 1851Cs)
c 1839 Cs
PR shows 2/9/38 to a John and Mary
Is mother Mary Ann??
c 1842 Cs
PR no entry
c 1845 CAMBORNE
|John c 1849 Camborne|
above or below could be son Thomas and Phillipa?
This from 1841CS
John miner b c. 1816
m Mary b.c. 1821
|Mary Ann 2/9/1839|
Cf John and Mary Ann Scillies List. NB: John m Mary Gundry 24/2/1838, witness Thomas, he aged 21 and Mary 17
It seems reasonable to assume this pair from the Camborne 1851 Cs are the same as the pair from Crowean 1841 Cs and that the wife was Mary Ann from Sithney, born circa 1821-23. This makes it reasonable to assume she was Mary Ann Gundry and they married 1838.
Nicholas (from R and A??)
m Anne Sarah
MC has 21/10
m Richard Pope? (See Boyland letter)
as widow went to Hobart Australia?
See Boyland letter
Nicholas m Catherine Thomas 15/4/1815, Peter as witness
|Paul m Mary Ann|
30/7/1861, father then a miner
Try Germoe of St Erth?
Peter m Eliz Jenkin
as carpenter and signed
Peter - ice
a Pater witnessd the marriage
of Thomas Bastard to Mary Eustice
of Helston 3/12/1801
|m Davey 95-6?|
Peter m Ann Water or Walters
7/9/1805 (as yeoman?)
for her bpt Peter a carpenter
A Peter is witness to marriages 2/9/1758; 13/12/63;28/8/63; 20/5/64;29/6/65; 9/2/66;15/4/1815
Peter m Grace Thomas
Grace widow 1851Cs,
Peter carpenter 35,44; joiner 37
MC has 31/12/1832
My PR shows then to Richard and Grace
but Cs backs up MC so my PR record
probably in error
(E. Ann on Cs)
4 months old for 1841 Cs but no record of birth at all
5 years old 1851 Cs
but no PR record
|m Sussanna (sic) Rodda 5/11/1859|
Peter born 1831 to Thomas and Philippa Davey moved with family to Camborne
Richard 1641 Protestation Return; 1698 R witnesses Lugvan communion document; 1711 R at Carsize; 1711 will Oatfield mentiones R and wife Mary with John, R, James, Mary, Ruth, Honour - D86 might be almost illegible copy; 1748 R son of R (23) Carsize. See EM6
from parish records:
Richard Ustis m Mary 29 April 1694
possibly son of John born 1679?
bt April 1692
m Mgt Cabbna q.v.
|Mary 1694||daughter (Ruth?) 16 Dec 95||Richard 16 Oct 1702||James 23 Jan 03||Honour 20 May 05|
Richard m Grace Phillips 28 April 1733
Before this marriage but after previous Richard left a will, there are progeny to a Richard as follows:
Jane bt June 1722; John 17 Oct 1729; Mary 19 April 29 (MC only not in parish record); MC also has Richard 7 April 1724 but neither PR nor BT confirm it. This would accord with the Richard son of R who was 23 in Carsize record. I do have a R son of R bt 14 April 1735.
After the marriage date we have this Richard plus:
William bt 11 Dec 1738; Grace Oct, Nov or Dec 16th 1740-41 BT only of R and Grace; Henry bt 16 Dec 1744 of R and G
Richard and Mgt bt Hannah 25th JUne 1758 (m Simmonds 1782??)
Richard Eustice m Eleanor Williams
5 Feb 1787 or 88 as a tinner, signed with X. (Kay opts for 88)
17 Dec 1789 (MC shows bt 12 April)
b5th April 1790/bt9/12/1790
m William Watters (check Walters?) 9/9/1809
Eight children, of whom Eleanor Watters m Henry Bosnako 25/12/1834 Crowan and settled South Australia 1854. This info from Kay Hinnrichsen.
Richard of Gwinnear m Sarah Noble
28 Sept 1810
1814 was a miner of Gerwick, 16 of Crowan
to widow Sarah
|NB: 1810 19/12 burial of an infant Sarah but no birth recorded; Cf Sarah born to Sarah Gwinear|
son of John & Mgy Williams
m Johanna Stevens 28/7/1832 when a miner
|John 31/1/36||Richard 18/3/37|
not in PR but MC and census
|Richard m Anne Allen 18/8/1750 St Hilary|
m Ann Sarah b 2/3/54 Crowan
and daughter Anne??
see letter Boyland
8/11/61 or 62
|Francis 5/10 66|
Richard and Jane had daughter Jane 7/11/1756 and separate entry 1757
Richard and Grace
I have no marriage for them
Cf R and G Tremaine m Camborne 1826,
with son John 1826. 1851 Grace widow Camborne
Mary and William
R then husbandman
from here on
R a miner
My PR transcript shows
Wm henry 32 but I think
this is an error for Peter and Grace q.v.
circa 42 by Cs but no PR or MC
There is a will 1814 I have not yet seen
Richard's son William m Susan Huthnance Phillack 1848 - see Camborne tree
|Thomas and Eliz|
Elizabeth bpt 27/5/1748
but I have guessed name as Uztazt
son on George and Mary Rodda
bpts 1813 onwards miner. For George as of Wellsarah (?)
m Philippa Davey
1851 Cs Camb widow of 66,
pauper and ex copper mine girl.
1871 Cs aged 90
see Camborne entry.
m Sarah Hicks
He illiterate but a Thomas signed as witness.
First 3 baptisms and 1841 Cs miner
1851 Cs copper miner Centenary Row, Camborne. Mary Hicks, widow, and family lived with them.
Thomas and Sarah children below
m Mary and/or
|m Grace q.v.|
|m Grace and descendants Camborne|
m Harriet Bryant and went to Australia?
see Paul -ace for details
Patience m Richard Trestrail (miner)
17/7/1859, father a mason?
A William present 1641 Protestation returns may have married Jane Brothes of Breage 1639
1730 12th April Wm baptised no parents named.
Williams buried 1746, 1760, 1767, 1795, 1807 ....
|William m MaryPearce 24/6/1765|
|Mary 23/2/1766||Richard 6/2/1768|
|Wm m Dorothy Glasson 17/2/1765|
|John 22/12/1765||William 6/12/1767||Henry 30/6/1770 Sithney if same pair q.v.||Anne 2/7/1773 MC only||George 12/9/1773 m Ann Reed?|
m Joseph Rodda 1803?
|William m Mary Body 4/8/1791 or 1792, as miner who used X|
MC has bpt 21/1 and 3/2/99 bpt 4/6
one of these two had James 8th July 1805
Wiliam ad Mary 1797??
|William m Mary Reynolds 23/12/1804 as blacksmith|
|William m Ann Williams 9/11/1805||for last two childern father a miner|
see Wm and Jane/Jennifer below
m Thomasine Symmons?
MC has 3rd
|William Henry m Charlotte Rodda|
15/3/1838 Both of full age and parents dead. Wm signed, she did not.
1841 Cs a miner born circa 1811. 1851 Cs Ch shown married to head of house but Wm not shown.
William Henry 8//1/1838
MC has 1839 but probably in error
|Elzabeth 11/7/1841||Jane circa 1843||Anna Maria 18/4/1845||John circa 1849|
William m Jennifer/Jane Reynolds 3/2/1821 - the two names interchangeable. She born 1801-2, btp 7/3/1802, daughter of John Reynolds of Crowan b1778-9?
For most children Wm given as miner from Crowan, but for Richard miner from Breage. Could be clerical confusion of Wm the carpenter who married Jennifer/Jane Phillips and lived same area?
Mother's name entered from Parish Records
1851 Cs wife widow living with Reynolds family Camborne, her late husband entered as mine agent.
Sally Reynolds 26/4/1828
Bettsy Reynolds 25/7/1830
1851 may be living in Shakerly household Camborne as servant
|possibly Henry born 30/12/32 and buried 15/12/33 aged 1?|
William m. Jennifer/Jane Ward 28/11/1829
son of Richard and Grace Pooley?
For most children entered as carpenter but not for Henry - maybe I misrecorded that one?
1841Cs shows Jane a dressmaker with this family and no William. 1851/71 Cs Camborne q.v.
DL has Eliz R aged 20 living in Shakerly houshould Camborne 1851 as servant.
|Jennifer 11/1/1835||Henry 11/9/1836|
birth cert shows Jennifer used / mark and from 'Praze Crowan'
Elizabeth Margaret Ward 25/10/1840 birth cert shows Jennifer used / mark and from 'Carsize Crowan'
Note Richard born to William and Jenefer Sept 1851 "near Hayle" see EFA pdf which has Wm 1810-April 10 1851 and Jenefer Jane 1814-1886 Worked Wheal Agar (Redruth) then to Australia.
The William who married Jennifer/Jane Phillips 25/10/1830 has no progeny so far but the William and Jennifer family in Germoe (q.v.) hail from a William born Crowan circa 1802. Dawna Lund has this pair with Ann (1837), Jane (1843), William (1846) and George (1847 Marzian (= Marazion??)) See D92 to be checked.
William Henry m Grace 4/4/1861
baptised Henry (father a miner) then moved to Gwinnear and Camborne
Crowan Cs 1871 shows:
Wm Henry 38 mine labourer born Crowan
Grace 34 Gwinnear
Eliz 6 Gwinnear
Susan 3 Crowan
Emily Ann 1 Crowan
Camborne 1881 Cs shows:
Wm Henry tin miner 47 Crowan
Grace 43 Gwinnear
Bessie 18 Crowan
Henrietta 16 Crowan
Susan (p?) 13 Gwinnear
Emily Ann 11 Crowan
Mary Grace 6 Camborne
Rosina 4 Camborne
Emelia 11 months Camborne
I have enetered William Henry as son of Thomas and Sarah Hicks (born 3/7/35 and in 1851 Cs Camborne as a gas works lab). He had a sister Rosina. Thomas in turn is son of Thomas (m Phillipa Davey), son of George and Mary Rodda. See Cambourne trees and attached notes.
Camborne 1861 Cs has a William of 22, copper miner born Crowan, married to Mary J (22 of Camborne) with daughter jane of one month.
Wm m Mary Whear 23/9/1820 and Wm witnessed
Wm m Mgt Rapson 6/5/1837
leads from female marriages.
These are marriages I have not yet tied to families, or got round to checking. As they are connected they will slowly be removed from this list.
1729 Oct Hannah -is to Adrian Stephens, but Cf St. Breock and note MC has 1629. Cf Eleanor 1765.
1735 Catherine to John Trewascus 12/4
1754 Ann -ice to Ed Bryant 15/4
1758 Mary -is to William Harris of Mullion, husbandman, 7/2?
1758 Eleanor to Mathew Bennet 30/9
1759 Elizabeth -ice to Joseph Trgeloan 26/12. Both ocal, he signed name, she used X. IN presence of William -is. Cf will Breage as daughter of John.
1765 Eleanor -ice and Adrian Stephens 9/3, she used X, Henry -is witnessed and signed.. Cf Hannah 1729.
1768 Grace -icde to Thomas Bryant 1/2. He a tinner of Lelant (?), she used x.
1768 Jane -ice to Thomas Ward 13/11 in presence of John -is.
1781 Hannah -ace to Thomas Simminds, mariner, 13/7
1782 Eleanor -ice to James Williams 9/2, she used X.
1791 Eleanor -ice to Edward Lasson, tinner 30/6
1792 Mary -ice to William Reed, tinner 20/2
1795 Elizabet6h -is to Henry Rowe, blacksmith, 25/10, she used X
1795 Rebecca -is to Henry Pacoe, miner, 9/11 she used X
1795 or 6 -is Margaret to Stephen Davey, miner, inpresence of Peter -is, 5/12
1796 Ann -is to John Harvey, miner, 7/7 or 2/7
1796 Hannah -is to Ezekial Williams miner 17/7, but check that name as it is also the vicar's.
1796 Mary -is to William Rodda, miner, 16/10
1798 Jane to Richard Bryant
1799 Ann to John Williams, tinner 26/12
1800 Catherine -is to Richard Reed 17/11
1801 -is to Thomas Bastard of Helston 3/12
1803 Dorothy -is to Joseph Rodda 5/9
1807 Mary to Thomas Scandlin 26/12
1808 Mary -is to Colon Williams 17/10
1809 Eleanor to William Walters 9/9
1811 Jenifer -ace to William Tenby 10/3
1820 Maragaret to Benjamin Rodda, both signed and Richard witnessed 8/4. TBC8 possible tree.
1821 Jennifer to John West 17/10 illit.
1821 Grace to James Holman 4/11 both illit but Richard witnessed and signed. TBC10 possible tree.
1823 Mary to Joseph James both illt 12/6
1829 Eliz to James Hocking, she illit, 4/2
1829 Mary to Jame Barkle, she illt and Richard witnessed 9/4. TBC9 possible tree.
1829 Martha to Steven Davey, both illlit 31/8
1829 Ann to John Pascoe, both illit, Richard witnessed
1829 Eliz to John Harry, both illit, 24/9
1832 Catherine to John Rogers, both illiterate, 11/6
1832 Eleanor to Nicolas Rooda, both signed, 28/1
1833 Mary m Martin Pascoe, miner, 14/7, both illit
1836 Mary m James Nathans (?) 25/2 both illit
1838 Ann, daughter of William, to John Lean 16/9, she illit
1840 Margaret to Edward Rodda 15/3, daughter of William, miner and illit.
1852 Jane to James Reed, mine agent, 21/2. Daughter of Henry whose profession illegible but could just be manufacturer??
1759 Patience m Richard Tresail (?) 17/7. She dauighter of Thomas, a mason(?) and illit; he a miner.
1861 note Catherine Eustice Reed daughter of William Reed and Cf Mary m William reed 1792
1865 Matilda Ann to James Rodda, miner, 11/6, as daughtrer of Peter the carpenter who signed as witness
1872 Mary Ann m Johnson Rodda, miner, daughrter of Henry , miner. Signed -ace.25/1
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