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STANLEY ELEANOR ELSIE WILLIAM-STANLEY JANE-BRAMBLE HILDA LILIAN- LUCINDA LOUISA

1883 1885 1888 1889 1894 1894 ADELAIDE 1896 1900

m Kezia-Maud Tregenza 1895

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JOHN-WILSON ANNE WILLIAM-STANLEY BRAMBLE-NEWTON

1918 1923 1925 1929

m Jean Robertson m Mavis Fleming m Arleen-June Moore

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| BARRY-WILLIAM MARGARET CAROLE JANE-ELIZABETH |

| 1948 1952 1954 1958 |

| m Christine-Gladys Young |

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| ALLAN-BARRY SUZANNE JENNIFER-GAYE MARK-ANDREW AMANDA-LEE JAMES-WILLIAM

| 1973 1977 1962 1963 1966 1971

| m Renee Buse

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| RACHEL

| 1995


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LAUREL-JEAN KEVIN-JOHN BRUCE-DAVID

1947 1949 1951

m Susanne-Maree Josefski m Susan-Joy Williams

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TIANI JAMES NATHANAEL JASMINE KATHERINE- CLARE-ELISE BRETT LAUREN

1985 1986 1989 1998 MICHELLE 1981 1983 1988

1979 m Amy Wardlaw



NOTES ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 part C
STANLEY born 14JAN1883 St Erth, baptised 14JUN1883 St Erth (parish register no.770 p.96)

ELEANOR (=NELL) born 17SEP1885 Churchtown St Erth (RootsWeb gives 17NOV1885 St Erth), baptised 20NOV1885 to William of Port St Erth (parish register no.982 p.111), at 1891 census Carnhell Village Gwinear scholar age 5, at 1901 census staying with grandmother and aunt (both MARTHA) 31 New Row St Erth age 15, at 1911 census age 25 born St Erth married to William-Douglas Craddock (shop assistant age 25 born Paul) living 12 Redinnick Place Penzance

ELSIE born 24JUN1888 Gwinear, birth announcement Cornishman 05JUL1888 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk baptised 18NOV1888 (in non- conformist church) Gwinear, at 1891 census age 2, at 1901 census age 13 born Cornwall Gwinear living with uncle and aunt (JOHN and MARY), awarded a book prize in June and in December a certificate of honour St Erth National School (27JUN1901 &31DEC1901 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), also mentioned (24JUL1902 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), embarked 29APR1911 with sisters JANIE and LOWE [sic] with their mother SELINA on ship Athenic from Plymouth for Cape South Africa

WILLIAM-STANLEY born 21AUG1889 (or SEP) born Churchtown Gwinear, baptised 05JAN1890 Gwinear (in non-conformist church), at 1891 census age 1, at 1901 census living with grandmother and aunt (both MARTHA) 31 New Row St Erth age 12 born Gwinear, awarded a book prize St Erth National School (27JUN1901 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk),probably WILLIAM won a school prize St Erth (16APR1903 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), probably WILLIAM won a first class certificate for water colouring at St Erth (14 JAN1904 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)at 1911 census single age 21 born Gwinear Cornwall living Church Town St Erth with grandmother MARTHA, departed 23JUL1913 gardener age 23 on ship Roscommon from London for Townsville Queensland Australia, met wife at Charters Towers [137 kilometres from Townsville], married 07JUN1916 Conclurry, died Nundah Australia

x KEZIAH-MAUD born 06MAY1885 Talbot (north of Ballarat), a cousin of her husband’s, died 26JUL1974 Nundah

JANE-BRAMBLE (=JANIE) born 10MAR1893 Carnhell Green Gwinear (10MAR1894 in Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9..2.1/S5CQ-JQ8), won a prize at St Ives National School (23MAY1901 & 30JAN1908 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), embarked 29APR1911 with sisters ELSIE and LOWE [sic] with their mother SELINA on ship Athenic from Plymouth for Cape South Africa, married before 1928 Vere-Clifford Robinson (born 29JUN1894 South Africa died 21JAN1933), four children (1 son + 3 dau ?)

HILDA born 07AUG1894 Carnhell Green Gwinear (see certificate), died March quarter 1895 Redruth district age 0, maybe another HILDA born and died 1908 see

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sknowles&id=I16904

LILIAN-ADELAIDE born 06AUG1895 Carnhell Green Gwinear

NOTES ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 part C (continued)
LUCINDA born 15JUL1896 Carnhell Green Gwinear, at 1911 census LUCILLA single age 14 born Gwinear staying with her mother SELINA at the home of her sister ELEANOR and husband in Penzance

LOUISA born 1900, won a prize at St Ives National School (23MAY1901 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), probably = Miss Lowe Tregenza who embarked 29APR1911 with sisters ELSIE and JANIE with their mother SELINA on ship Athenic from Plymouth for Cape South Africa, married Lazarus Kaplan from Lithuania set up legal firm Kaplan and Strachan in Nairobi, three children, lived USA in 2008


JOHN-WILSON (=JACK) born 30JUL1918 Charters Towers Queensland; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x JEAN born 1915, died 1990

ANNE born 1923, married Arthur-Raymond (=Ray) Powell, three daughters and three sons

WILLIAM-STANLEY born 04AUG1925, married 1947, died 1977

x MAVIS born 1926, died 1988

BRAMBLE-NEWTON born 12NOV1929 Northgate Queensland, postal contractor, married 16DEC19961, lived Beerwah, died 11SEP1999 Beerburrum

x ARLEEN-JUNE born 23JUN1942 Cleveland Queensland, salesperson in hardware store
BARRY-WILLIAM born 1948, married 1970

x CHRISTINE-GLADYS born 1949

MARGARET born 1952, married Garry Lovelock, divorced, Garry deceased by 2008

CAROLE born 1954, married Nazif Kizilkan; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JANE-ELIZABETH born 1958; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
ALLAN-BARRY born 1973

x RENEE divorced, probably RENEE living Morayfield Queensland, see facebook entry

SUZANNE born 1977; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

NOTES ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 part C (continued)
JENNIFER-GAYE born 07NOV1962; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

MARK-ANDREW born 16NOV1963; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


AMANDA-LEE born 17AUG1966, married 04SEP1993 Andrew-David Pickering possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JAMES-WILLIAM born 08JUL1971; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.


RACHEL born 1995
LAUREL-JEAN born 1947 Nundah, married 1971 David Burgess; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

KEVIN-JOHN born 1949 Brisbane, married 1984; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x SUSANNE-MAREE (=SUE)

BRUCE-DAVID born 1951 Brisbane, married 1977; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x SUSAN-JOY
TIANI born 1985 Rabaul Papua New Guinea

JAMES born 1986 Rabaul Papua New Guinea

NATHANAEL born 1989 Toowoomba

JASMINE born 1998 Taree


KATHERINE-MICHELLE born 1979, married Timothy Kelly (one daughter), see facebook entry

CLARE-ELISE born 1981

BRETT born 1983

x AMY


LAUREN born 1988

ST ERTH FAMILY 5

part D

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LILLIAN HARRIET-IRENE JOHN-HEDLEY AUDREY DAISY-GWENDOLINE

1896 1897 1899 1901 1906


NOTES ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 part D
LILLIAN born 1896 approx. Gwinear, at 1911 census single daughter factory hand age 15 born Gwinear living with mother, 26JUL1911 domestic age 16 embarked with mother, brother and three sisters on ship Royal Edward departing Bristol for Quebec Canada

IRENE born 1897 approx. Gwinear, at 1911 census single daughter factory hand (fuse factory) age 14 born Gwinear living with mother, 26JUL1911 domestic age 15 embarked with mother, brother and three sisters on ship Royal Edward departing Bristol for Quebec Canada

JOHN-HEDLEY (=JACK) born September quarter 1899 Redruth district volume 5c page 206, at 1911 census single son at school age 11 born Gwinear living with mother, 26JUL1911 age 11 embarked with mother and four sisters on ship Royal Edward departing Bristol for Quebec Canada

AUDREY born 1901 approx. Gwinear, at 1911 census single daughter at school age 10 born Gwinear living with mother, 26JUL1911 age 10 embarked with mother, brother and three sisters on ship Royal Edward departing Bristol for Quebec Canada



DAISY-GWENDOLINE born 09MAR1906 Camborne, at 1911 census single daughter factory at school 5 born Gwinear living with mother, 26JUL1911 age 5 embarked with mother, brother and three sisters on ship Royal Edward departing Bristol for Quebec Canada


OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5
Constructed from information from:

  1. Unconnected Families 2 (St Erth), 30 (Australia), 41 (Gwinear), 61 (Durham), 62 (Liverpool) and 136 (Camborne) were added here (see below)

  2. an email from Katy Baker about WILLIAM married Jane and Selina Bramble and daughter LOUISA including link to families information on RootsWeb and from http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sknowles&id=I16904 and from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/1851_ed1a.htm which included additional census data

  3. letter from Mr & Mrs Jefferree

  4. letter from Mr Blewett

  5. letter and tree from Lorraine Thistleton

  6. Alice Morrell including marriage record ROBERT to Sarah Birch 1855 and readings of general records from Arthur Childs her cousin

  7. material from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net including the memorial inscription: “Mary Tregenza 23APR1927 77 also John her husband 29APR1927 73 also children Martha Lucinda 04JUN1902 36, Wilson died in Africa aged 23”.

  8. Sandra Tregenza PO Box 932 Geelong 3220 including the marriage record MABEL-NEWTON Tregenza married William Francis Thomas 28DEC1904 Queensland

  9. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074 added details of later generations of part C

  10. email from Graeme Bell son of ELIZABETH-JOAN gm.bell@bigpond.com 21AUG2012

  11. baptism and burial records from Cornwall Online Parish Clerks www.cornwall-opc-database.org

  12. baptism, marriage, burial and IGI records http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/

  13. birth certificates of HILDA 1894, RICHARD-FRANCIS 1895, JOHN 1853, ELEANOR 1885 and ELEANOR 1841

  14. marriage certificates of WILLIAM to Jane-Sampson Bramble 1882 and Selina Bramble 1908, ROBERT to Sarah Birch 1855, GEORGE to Lucy Bailey 1917, ELSIE to Reginald Lawry 1919, FRANK to Caroline Lancaster 1930 and CHRISTINA-KATIE to John-Oscar Franklin 1933

  15. Rootsweb Stonemen (details of workers in stone, builders etc.) http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stonemen/TRE-TRE.htm

  16. Robinson Family Tree http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com

  17. www.facebook.com

  18. http://search.atomz.com

  19. www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

  20. Passenger lists leaving UK from www.findmypast.co.uk

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Constructed from information from (continued):

  1. Armed Forces registration event (death) and British Army Service records from www.findmypast.co.uk

  2. National Archives of Australia http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au

  3. Tasmanian archives http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au

  4. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

  5. http://pipl.com

  6. www.mundia.com/au

  7. Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/3SSP-BCW

  8. http://trove.nla.gov.au Digitised newspapers in National Library of Australia

  9. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au National Archives of Australia especially armed service enlistment records

  10. extract from an undated newspaper cutting about May Butcher from Bryan Evans great nephew of Henry Butcher by email and from http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz (see below 'Notes')

  11. New South Wales assisted immigrants arriving in Sydney 1860-1879 www.records.nsw.gov.au

  12. 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 censuses from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com, www.freecen.org.uk, www.findmypast.co.uk, Kindred Konnections, via Les Smith and Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net plus 1901 and 1911 censuses from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Unconnected Family 2 (which was what is now part A but without the daughters of HENRY 1865 and children RICHARD-F. 1895 and JAMES-H.-N. 1919 although it had the children of WILLIAM 1860 now in part C) was constructed from

  1. reading of Gwinear and St Erth parish records

  2. memories of people (general shop, church cleaner and blacksmith) in St Erth of granny Tregenza and the family of JOHN 1854

  3. a letter from Mr Blewett of St Erth, son of ELIZABETH 1863.

  4. a letter from GEORGE-ROSEWALL of Camborne.

  5. records from letter from Mr & Mrs Jefferree.

  6. copies of records etc. from CHARLES-WILFRID.

  7. records of wills

Unconnected Family 30 (now part B) was constructed from:



  1. a letter 11MAY1991 from Joan E Bowman (husband P M Bowman) of Estevan Saschatchewan Canada, whose mother is the daughter of JAMES and sister of JAMES. There may be grandson and son of JAMES called JAMES !

  2. New South Wales (NSW) Microfiche of Births Deaths and Marriages via Sandra Tregenza PO Box 932 Geelong 3220 Victoria Australia.

  3. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074 who provided information that corrected and joined Unconnected Family 30 as part B

Unconnected Family 41 ((WILLIAM-)JOHN 1873 married to ELEANOR and their two children) was constructed from:



  1. a letter from Mr & Mrs Jefferree including birth of HARRIET-IRENE and JOHN-HEDLEY

  2. marriage certificate of JOHN and ELEANOR 1894

  3. birth certificate of HARRIET-IRENE 1896

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Unconnected Family 61 (JAMES-H.-N. wife and children) was constructed from:

  1. the marriage certificate of JAMES-HEDLEY-NIXON to Louisa Wilson (which connected the families)

  2. index of general registry records matching maiden names

Unconnected Family 62 (JAMES-C. wife and child) was constructed from:



  1. the marriage certificate of JAMES-STUART and Gladys Williamson (which connected the families)

  2. index of general registry records matching maiden names

  3. for Seaman’s Identity card and discharge document obtained from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Unconnected Family 136 (ELEANOR née Hendra and her children) was constructed from:



    1. from 1911 census

    2. birth certificate of DAISY-GWENDOLINE 1906 (which connected the families)

1851 census 26 Little Mill St Erth Parish from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com



William

Birch

head

unmarried

27

miner

St Erth

Mary

Birch

wife

widowed

24




St Erth

Mary-Ann

Birch

daughter




3




St Erth

Elizabeth

Birch

daughter




2




St Erth

ROBERT

Tregenza

visitor

unmarried

20

miner

St Erth

1871 census St Erth Parish district 10 schedule 065 from the website Kindred Konnections, Lyn Nash and Les Smith



Bessie

Birch

grand-daughter

unmarried

22

general servant

St Erth

ROBERT

Tregenza

head

widowed

70

labourer

St Erth

ELINOR

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

30

housekeeper

St Erth

ELIZ.

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

28

general servant

St Erth

Eliz.-Ann

Trevarton

grand-daughter




10

scholar

St Erth

These must be daughters respectively of JANE 1838 married Edward Trevartha in 1858 and MARY 1826 married William Birch in 1847

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)

1871 census Little Mill St Erth Parish RG13/2332 district 12 schedule 054 from Les Smith and www.freecen.org.uk



JAMES

Tregenza

head

unmarried

35

chainmaker

St Erth

MARTHA

Tregenza

wife

unmarried

36




St Erth

JAMES

Tregenza

son

unmarried

19

shovelsmith

St Erth

JOHN

Tregenza

son

unmarried

17

stone mason

St Erth

MARY

Tregenza

daughter




15




St Erth

ROBERT

Tregenza

son




13

scholar

St Erth

WM.

Tregenza

son




10

scholar

St Erth

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

daughter




7

scholar

St Erth

HENRY

Tregenza

son




5

scholar

St Erth

ANN J.

Tregenza

daughter




2




St Erth

1871 census St Erth Parish district 10 schedule 089 from Les Smith



ROBERT

Tregenza

head

married

40

miner

St Erth

SARAH

Tregenza

wife

married

41

dressmaker

St Erth

1881 census 38 Trebartha Place St Erth Parish http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com



ROBERT

Tregenza

head

married

50

tin miner

St Erth

SARAH

Tregenza

wife

married

51

dressmaker

St Erth

1891 census 17 Trebartha Place St Erth RG12/1853 folio 106 page 9 from www.findmypast.co.uk



ROBERT

Tregenza

head

married

62

factory labourer

St Erth

SALLY

Tregenza

wife

married

62




St Erth

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)

1851 (30 March) census St Erth Parish Chenalls household HO 107/1917 8 ED 1a folio 5



From www.freecen.org.uk, Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net and http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/1851_ed1a.htm

ROBERT

TregenZoE

head

married

49

coal porter

St Erth

ELIZABETH

TregenZoE

wife

married

46




Gulval

Richard

Potter

son-in-law

unmarried

20

miner

Gulval

JAMES.

TregenZoE

son

unmarried

19

blacksmith

St Erth

SARAH.

TregenZoE

daughter

unmarried

16




St Erth

JANE.

TregenZoE

daughter




13

scholar

St Erth

Francis

Potter

son-in-law




12

smiths boy

Gulval

ELLEN

TregenZoE

daughter




10

scholar

St Erth

ELIZABETH

TregenZoE

daughter




7

scholar

St Erth

ANN

TregenZoE

daughter




5

scholar

St Erth

Some of this via Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net who also provides

1871 Phillack parish district 1 schedule 024



Mary

Potter

head

widow

33







Francis-J.

Potter

son




5







Richard

Potter

son




3







ELIZABETH

TregenSa

mother-in-law

widow

66

was Dom Sv

Gulval

Note also marriage 24MAR1850 of ROBERT widow to Elizabeth Potter spinster.

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Seven sets of census information from RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Jamieson Stuart Reeves McBoyle (via Katy Baker)

from http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.sgi?op=GET&db=lucylocket&id=I13718 via Katy Baker


(1) 1861 census Uny Lelant household 6 Chenalls more detail from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/#sterth/1861_ed8.htm

JAMES

TregenSOE

head

28

chainmaker




MARTHA

TregenSOE

wife

26







JAMES

TregenSOE

Son

9

scholar




JOHN

TregenSOE

son

7

scholar




MARTHA

TregenSOE

daughter

5

scholar




ROBERT

TregenSOE

son

3







WILLIAM

TregenSOE

son

4 mo







Martha

Nicholas

mother in law

66

widow




(2) 1881 census Little Mill St Erth Uny Lelant RG11/2340 district 12 folio 42 page 13 schedule 66 www.freecen.org.uk and



http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/1881_44.htm

JAMES

Tregenza

head

married

42

blacksmith

St Erth

MARTHA

Tregenza

wife

married

46




St Erth

ANNE

Tregenza

dau




12

scholar

St Erth

FRANCIS-J

Tregenza

son




9

scholar

St Erth

HENRY

Tregenza

son

unmarried

15

blacksmith

St Erth

MARTHA

Tregenza

dau




4

scholar

St Erth

WILLIAM

Tregenza

son

unmarried

23

blacksmith

St Erth

Joseph

Whinnen

gson




1




St Erth

Mary

Whinnen

dau




24




St Erth

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
(3) 1891 census Little Mill Uny Lelant


JAMES*

Tregenza

57

MARTHA

Tregenza

55

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

26

FRANCIS

Tregenza

19

MARTHA

Tregenza

14

Samuel

Blewett

24

* head married to MARTHA born St Erth

(4) 1891 census Canon’s Town Ludgvan parish RG12/1853 district 2 folio 21 page 11 schedule 61 also from www.findmypast.co.uk



HENRY*

Tregenza

head

married

25

railway plate-layer

St Erth

CATHERINE-R.

Tregenza

wife

married

27




St Ives

MARY

Tregenza

dau




4




Ludgvan

KATE

Tregenza

dau




2




Ludgvan

GEORGE-R.

Tregenza

son




1




Ludgvan


OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
(5) 1901 census Canon’s Town Ludgvan parish

HENRY*

Tregenza

head

married

35

railway plate-layer

St Erth

CATHERINE

Tregenza

wife

married

37




St Ives

ELIZA

Tregenza

dau




6




Ludgvan

GEORGE

Tregenza

dau




11




Ludgvan

ANNIE

Tregenza

son




14




Ludgvan

KATIE

Tregenza

dau




12







(6) 1891 census Carnhell Village Gwinear parish RG12/1852 district 9 folio 131 page 2 schedule 14



WILLIAM

Tregenza

head

30

GWR signal man

St Erth

JANE-S.

Tregenza

wife

28




Penzance

ELEANOR

Tregenza

dau

5

scholar

St Erth

ELSIE

Tregenza

dau

2




Gwinear

WILLIAM-S.

Tregenza

son

1




Gwinear

(7) 1891 census 9 Trebartha Place St Erth also from www.findmypast.co.uk



JOHN

Tregenza

head

37

stone mason

St Erth

MARY

Tregenza

wife

41




St Erth

WILLIAM-JOHN

Tregenza

son

19

railway porter

St Erth

M.-L.

Tregenza

dau

15




St Erth

HEDLEY

Tregenza

son

10

scholar

St Erth

HENRY-W.

Tregenza

son

3

scholar

St Erth

JAMES-E.

Tregenza

son

1




St Erth



OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
1841 census HO107/144/1 St Erth Bridge Cellars (possibly Chenalls Bridge) district 2 folio 21 page 1 www.freecen.org.uk

ROBERT

TregenSO

male

45

agricultural labourer

Cornwall

MARY

TregenSO

female

35




Cornwall

MARY

TregenSO

female

15




Cornwall

ROBERT

TregenSO

male

11




Cornwall

JAMES

TregenSO

male

9




Cornwall

SARAH

TregenSO

female

5




Cornwall

JANE

TregenSO

female

3




Cornwall

ELEANOR

TregenSO

female

4 mo




Cornwall

1911 census Church Town St Erth RG14/14031 from www.1901censusonline.com



William-Douglas

Craddock

head

married

25

shop assistant

Paul Cornwall

Eleanor

Craddock

wife

married

25




St Erth Cornwall

SELINA

Tregenza

aunt

married

46

not employed

Penzance Cornwall

LUCILLA

Tregenza

sister-in-law

single

14




Gwinear Cornwall

1891 census Little Mill lane St Erth RG12/1853 folio 122 page 6 from www.findmypast.co.uk



JAMES

Tregenza

head

married

57

blacksmith

St Erth Cornwall

MARTHA

Tregenza

wife

married

55




St Erth Cornwall

FRANCIS

Tregenza

son

single

19

gardener

St Erth Cornwall

MARTHA

Tregenza

dau

single

14




St Erth Cornwall

Samuel

Blewett

son in law

married

24

quay porter

St Erth Cornwall

ELIZABETH

Blewett

dau

married

26




St Erth Cornwall


OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)

1891 census Carnhell Willage Gwinear RG12/1852 folio 131 page 2 from www.findmypast.co.uk



WILLIAM

Tregenza

head

married

30

GWR signalman

St Erth

JANE-S.

Tregenza

wife

married

28




Penzance

ELEANOR

Tregenza

dau




5

scholar

St Erth

ELSIE

Tregenza

dau




2




Gwinear

WILLIAM-S.

Tregenza

son




1




Gwinear

1901 census New Row St Erth RG13/2248 page 6 schedule 31 from www.1901censusonline.com



MARTHA

Tregenza

head

widow

67

Cornwall St Erth

MARTHA

Tregenza

dau

single

22

Cornwall St Erth

NELLIE

Tregenza

grand-daughter

single

15

Cornwall St Erth

WILLIE

Tregenza

grand-son




12

Cornwall Gwinear

No occupations are shown for any of them.

1901 census Turnpike Road Canon’s Town Ludgvan RG13/2247 page 13 schedule 68 from www.1901censusonline.com



HENRY

Tregenza

head

married

35

plate layer on railway

St Erth Cornwall

CATHERINE

Tregenza

wife

married

37




St Ives Cornwall

ANNIE

Tregenza

dau

single

14




Ludgvan Cornwall

KATIE

Tregenza

dau

single

12




Ludgvan Cornwall

GEORGE

Tregenza

son

single

11




Ludgvan Cornwall

ELIZA

Tregenza

dau

single

6




Ludgvan Cornwall

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)

1901 census New Row St Erth RG13/2248 page 10 schedule 61 from www.1901censusonline.com



JOHN

Tregenza

head

married

47

Cornwall St Erth

MARY

Tregenza

wife

married

50

Cornwall St Erth

HEDLEY

Tregenza

son

single

19

Cornwall St Erth

HENRY-W.

Tregenza

son

single

14

Cornwall St Erth

ELSIE

Tregenza

niece *

single

13

Cornwall Gwinear

JAMES-E.

Tregenza

son




11

Cornwall St Erth

FRANK

Tregenza

son




6

Cornwall St Erth

Mary

Rogers

visitor




9

Cornwall Penzance

Live near mother and sister both MARTHA * in part C

1911 census Church Town St Erth RG14/14031 from www.1901censusonline.com



MARTHA

Tregenza

head

widow

76




St Erth Cornwall

WILLIAM-STANLEY

Tregenza

grandson

single

21

domestic gardener

Gwinear Cornwall

1911 census Church Town St Erth RG14/14031 from www.1901censusonline.com



JOHN

Tregenza

head

married

57

mason *

St Erth Cornwall

MARY

Tregenza

wife

married

60




St Erth Cornwall

RICHARD-FRANCIS

Tregenza

son

single

16

blackman apprentice **

St Erth Cornwall

* mason (jobbing and repairing) **blackman [blacksmith ?] apprentice (shoring [shoeing?] and general smith)

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)

1911 census Union Street Camborne RG14/14001 from www.1901censusonline.com



ELEANOR

Tregenza

head

married

40




Gwinear Cornwall

JANIE

Tregenza

sister *

single

26




Gwinear Cornwall

LILLIAN

Tregenza

daughter

single

15

factory hand

Gwinear Cornwall

IRENE

Tregenza

daughter

single

14

factory hand (fuse factory)

Gwinear Cornwall

JACK

Tregenza

son

single

11

school

Gwinear Cornwall

AUDREY

Tregenza

daughter

single

10

school

Gwinear Cornwall

DAISY

Tregenza

daughter

single

5

school

Gwinear Cornwall

* JANIE Tregenza is single and yet sister to ELEANOR Tregenza who is married (née Hendra) – perhaps should be sister-in-law but more likely the surname is a mistake as WILLIAM-JOHN husband of ELEANOR does not have any sisters called JANE or JANIE

1861 census St Erth RG9/1588 folio 22 page 9 schedule 47 from www.freecen.org.uk



ROBERT

Tregenza

head

married

60

Coal porter

St Erth Cornwall

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

wife

unmarried

55




Gulval Cornwall

ELENOR

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

20

Plain servant

St Erth Cornwall

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

17

House servant

St Erth Cornwall

ANN

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

15

Copper order dresser *

St Erth Cornwall

* Copper ?ore? dresser
1861 census Little Mill St Erth RG9/1588 folio 51 page 14 schedule 67 from www.freecen.org.uk

ROBERT

Tregenza

head

married

29

miner

St Erth Cornwall

SARAH

Tregenza

wife

married

29




St Erth Cornwall



OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Note

  • Mr Blewett gives no MARY 1856 but adds ROBERT to that family and HARRY instead of JAMES 1832. He also gives GEORGE-ROSEWOOD initials as WT or WJ !!!

  • baptism Ellen-Tregenza TREVASKIS to Edward and Jane. May be JANE 1838 married Edward Trevartha 1858 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/bap1861_65.htm

  • GEORGE-ROSEWALL states WILLIAM 1860 in Australia.

  • Other records appear in W Derby district: CONSTANCE-MARY died December quarter 1903 age 0

  • William Robinson billyr@saol.com gives JANE-BRAMBLE marriage from Robinson family in http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com

  • SALLY baptised 06SEP1835 St Erth base daughter to JANE - this record was erroneously placed in family instead of JOHN baptised 01MAY1837 may have lived in this family. Also note may = SARAH born approx. 1835 to this family at 1841 census.

  • Sandra Tregenza gives birth dates from NSW microfiche of children of JAMES and KESIAH as ELIZABETH 1879, MARTHA 1877, MATILDA-ANN 1880 and KESIA-MAUD as 1885

  • WILLIAM-HERBERT of St Erth Family 3 lived in Leopold Road but at a different number to JANICE of this family

  • HENRY elected captain (Cornishman 26APR1900) and HENRY 'gentleman in khaki with a topical verse on South AFrica' ((St Erth entertainment Cornishman 26APR1900) are probably from this family (both records from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)

  • " John Tregenza (sister-inlaw) [sic], Mr R.J. Nicholas (nephew), Miss Annie Firstbrook (niece), Miss Martha Firstbrook (niece), Mr Hedley ...." (computer scanned text from St Erth article in Cornishman 22AUG1907 from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) note JOHN 1835 and JOHN 1853 plus MARY and MARTHA both née Nicholas in part A

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 5 (continued)
Note

MARTHA 1877 married Henry Butcher

extract from the "Colonist" newspaper volume LX issue 14841, 03AUG1918 page 3 via http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz
A PERILOUS JOURNEY WOMEN BRUTALLY TREATED BY GERMANS

After nearly three months' perilous adventures and great sufferings two Englishwomen - Mrs Butcher and Mrs Taylor - arrived in Rotterdam with the former's two children. They travelled by way of Russia and Germany from Siberia, which they left at the time of the worst Bolshevist chaos. The little party began their hazardous journey in a waggon which had been bought for £30. They persuaded the authorities to mount it on a truck coupled to a train going to Petrograd, it being impossible to obtain accommodation the ordinary way. In this waggon, which was guarded against possible attack, the women and children spent four days never once stepping outside, being supplied with drinking water by a soldier whose services as a guard they obtained.


They arrive at Petrograd at the time when the capital was in the hands of extremists, who took away their passports for Sweden, where they had hoped o get a steamboat going to England. Thus cut off from railway communication they hired a sledge, on which they crossed the Gulf of Finland to the Aaland Islands. The journey across the ice lasted three days, in bitter cold. Their scheme of getting a boat form the Aalands was foiled, for a shock awaited them. they found the island in German occupation. They were immediately arrested by the invaders, who eventually sent hem under military guard to Germany, where they were kept in various prison camps.
Their final and worst experience was at Holzminden, a great mixed camp of soldiers and civilian prisoners of a score of different nationalities. Here they were only kept from starvation by some kindly Frenchwoman, who gave them food from parcels, as they found the black bread and bad soup, which was all the Germans provided, uneatable. Mrs butcher and her two children were put in a small room, where there was already a woman whose sufferings had driven her mad. The unfortunate creature's delirium terrified the children, but Mrs Butcher's request on this account for other accommodation was refused, the German official saying, "We have had to put up with this mad woman for a long time so must you." After several weeks at Holzminden the Germans released them and sent them with a number of other women refugees in a train to the Dutch frontier.

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