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other Cornish Eustices, emigrés and immigrants

organised by place name A-Z, then emigrant destinations and immigrant sources at end

Sources for this infomation vary from original documents to transcripts. Typos are always possible. Remember the problem with spelling variants and clerical errors in the original documents. In extremisis, try the Ustick files. Any queries or errors may be sent to info@bpfe.eu.

 

see also scattered refs to rents in various places in Godolphin papers

Anthony ***Bodmin***Botallack***Bradock***Breage***Broadoak***Budock*** Camborne*** Carnmarth*** Constantine***

Coverack - see St.Keverne**Crantock*** Creed*** Crowan*** Duloe*** Edgecombe, Hedgecumbe and Mt. Edgecombe

(including Cotehele)*** Falmouth*** Feock*** Fowey*** Germoe***Golant or St. Sampson*** Gorran*** Gulval*

Gwennap*** Gwinear*** Hayle****Helston*** Illogan*** Kea*** Kenwyn*** Ladock*** Lanivet*** Lanreath*** Lanteglos

Launceston ... Liskeard*** Lostwithiel***Ludgvan*** Maker*** Madron*** Marazion*** Mawgan-in-Meneage*** Mawnan ***

Menhenniot ***Mevagissey ***Michaelstow ***Morval ***Morewnstow ***Mylor ***Newlyn and East Newlyn

Newquay ***Northill ***parish or location not known ***Padstow ***Perranuthnoe ***Penryn*** Penzance

Perranzabuloe*** Phillack *** Pillaton***Porthleven*** Quethiock*** Redruth**** Roche*** Ruan Major*** StAllen***

St Anthony see Anthony***St Austell*** St Blazey*** St. Breock*** St. Buryan see Ustick file ***St. Breward***

St Cleer*** St. Columb **St. Crantick*** St. Devoran*** St. Enoder*** St. Erme*** St Erth*** St. Ewe*** St. Gennys***

St. Germans*** St. Gluvias ***St. Hilary *** St. Ives*** St. Just*** St. Keverne and Coverack*** St. Keyne***

St. Mabyn ***St Mellion ***St. Mewan ***St. Neot *St. Pinnock*** St. Sampson see Golant

St. Stephen in Brannel*** St. Stephens by Saltash*** St. Thomas**St. Tudy***St Wenn *** St. Winnow***

Scilly Isles*** Sithney***Stithians***Tallard*** Towednack*** Tregony**Treneglos**Truro *Tuckinghill***Tywardreath*

Uny Lelant*** Veryan*** Wadebridge *Warleggan*** Wendron ** Withiel*** Zennor

 

emigrés to:

Australia - Coverack/St Keverne, Crowan, Feock, Gwithian & Gwinear, DL, Camborne, Helstonston***

New Zealand - Redruth, Breage**

Quebec - St Ives**

South Africa- St. Keverne and Coverack *(and see Ken article)

USA - DL Richard, DL Richard via Wales, Breage, Camborne, Gwinear, Redruth, Truro. Note that "Eustis is one of several towns in Lake County dating to the 1870s, a post Civil War era when settlers moved southward from other states into the Florida frontier. Eustis is named after Colonel Abraham Eustis from Bledlow, Bucks, who served in the U.S. Army in Florida during the early nineteenth century." - http://www.eustis.org/home/history.html and http://www.roneustice.com/general_abraham_eustis.htm.

Note, named cultivars of limequat: Eustis (Citrus japonica × Citrus aurantiifolia) = key lime crossed with round kumquat, the most common limequat. It was named after the city of Eustis, Florida (Eustace Famlies Post, November 2012).

See also The town of Eustace, on U.S. Highway 175 some ten miles northwest of Athens in northwestern Henderson County, Texas. named after Captain W.T. Eustace, born in Lancaster County, Virginia, August 24, 1845.

Basingstoke - St. Keverne and Coverack *Devonport - St. Keverne and Coverack 88*Huddersfield - Gwinear*Marlow - St. Keverne and Coverack ***Norwich - Porthleven && Scotland - Crowan, Truro****South Shields 1871 Cs shows John Eustiss, born Cornwall, at Three Indian Kings, 14 Market PLace (an area of cheap lodgings) as a boarder and dock labourer aged 31. This was an area of cheap lodgings. ****Ulverston (Lancaster) - Redruth**Wales - DL Richard, DL John, Crowan**

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immigrants from:

Southampton - Falmouth**Liverpool - Falmouth**

Note Plymouth is just across the Tamar, with a line in St. Budeax back to at least 1580, some of whom left wills. In St Budeax in 1640 William Eusteis married Urselaw Knighton, which is taken by one historian as proof of wealth and social status - there was Spanish gold moving about Plymouth in those days and Knightons had their share. Names include Thomas, Wilmot, Stephen, Georgem, William, Henry.

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