Zennor

Zennor, (Cornish: Eglossenara), parish is named after Saint Senara to whom the Church is dedicated. It is situated in the Deanery and Hundred of Penwith; it is bounded on the north and east by the sea and Towednack, on the south by Towednack, Gulval and a detached portion of Madron, and on the west by Morvah and the sea. It is on the North coast about 5 miles west of St Ives. - Genuki

1841 Cs:

Ann Ustick,90,Independent,In county

Johanna Ustice,,20,Female Servant,In county - at home of farmer John Dale

1861 Cs:

George E m Alice of Zennor in Hayle?

1881 Cs:

25,Chylasson,1,

Catherine Eustice,Head,W,,51,Tin Miners Widow,Zennor Cornwall,,
,,,Rebeckah Eustice,Dau,U,,20,Tin Dresser,Lelant Cornwall,,
,,,George Eustice,Son,U,17,,Tin Miner,Lelant Cornwall,,
,,,Alice Emma Eustice,Dau,,,13,Tin Dresser,Lelant Cornwall,,

See MT letters 1 and St. Ives about enginner Geoge and Eliz Jane nee Thomas/

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