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OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 8 continued
Notes on Charlotte Hall and Ernest Tregenza written in 1977 by Graeme Wood (from email 2011)
On 12 May 1888 Ellen Martha gave birth to a daughter, who was named Charlotte Hall. Charlotte was the tenth and youngest child of Ellen Martha and Anthony Hall's total family. Charlotte Hall lived at Longbeach till the age of 15 and then for the next 8 years went to work as a housemaid at Oamaru, Wellington and finally at Timaru. Ernest Cecil Tregenza had a section next door to where Charlotte used to work in Timaru, on which he used to grow vegetables for sale. It was while delivering vegetables to the house next door that Ernest first chanced to meet Charlotte.
Charlotte (age 23) married Ernest (age 25) at the Mathesons House, 43 Woodhore Street, Woodhore, Dunedin and they settled at 18 Hobbs Street Timaru. In 1920 Charlotte and Ernest moved to 22 Hobbs Street, where he moved his business and built stables. The homestead, built of Oamaru stone still stands today.
Ernest had already set up a shingle carting business in 1904 at the age of 19, with one Clydesdale draught horse and a dray. In those days he had to load the dray by hand which was very hard work. The business grew, till in later years when he decided to retire, he sold the business to his oldest son, George Ernest Tregenza. The site where Ernest obtained the shingle from was along the seashore near the lagoon and the Smithfield Freezing Works in Timaru. Later George set up business on the right hand side of the wharf in Caroline Bay, where he used a drag line to obtain the shingle from the sea. Ernest Cecil Tregenza used to mow hay with a two horse team mower. The Waimataitai School grounds in those days were mowed regularly by Ernest. The hay was then tied into stooks and after about a week depending on the weather, the hay was then loaded onto a flat deck truck with a two pronged pitch fork. The hay was then carted to Ernest Tregenza's property at 22 Hobbs Street Timaru, where the hay was man-handled once again and stacked into a hay stack.
Ernest kept 31 Clydesdale draught horses until the early 1950s until he gradually mechanised his business to modern Bedford trucks. It took a team of seven draught horses to pull a dray, one shafter, one horse on either side of the main shafts, 3 pulling horses and one leader. The whole horse team was certainly needed on steep muddy hillside sections where shingle was often delivered. Ernest had a great love of animals and he kept the retired draught horses until the day he died. Ernest had seen the passing of an era when animals were set aside for petrol driven machines.
Continued on the next page.

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 8 continued
Notes on Charlotte Hall and Ernest Tregenza written in 1977 by Graeme Wood (from email 2011) continued
A house cow was also kept for butter, milk and cream. The cream was separated and put in a small hand driven churn. Over two dozen fowls were also kept. Charlotte had a busy life looking after the six children, milking the house cow twice daily, making the butter and feeding the fowls. As if this was not enough, along with her other domestic chores, she used to bake for the workmen and prepare the morning and afternoon teas which they had in the kitchen sitting around a long wooden table. Clothes hung from the ceiling of the kitchen on a large clothes rack which was pulled up on pulleys. There was a constant heat from the coal range which always had a large black stock pot simmering away on it. Clothes were always boiled in a copper and then rinsed in cold water and blued with the old type of blue bags.
Once the business was sold and the children were well off their hands, Charlotte took up outdoor bowls, which she played at the Ashby Bowling Club. It was not long before she represented Timaru in the New Zealand Championships. At the age of 70 Charlotte started playing an accordion by ear and always had a tune for anyone visiting.

Extracts from ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074 show the shift from New Zealand to Australia:

“The three boys JACK (=JOHN), JIM (=JAMES-MONTAGUE) and CHARLES(-HENRY) moved from New Zealand to Western Australia around 1907. Jack and Jim the married twins May and Mary Brown in Albany. May died after her marriage to Jack and also her mother (appendicitis complications).”

“Later the families moved to Beverly area to farm wheat. They also farmed and lived around Albany, Dangin, Corrigin and Quairading. The families of EDWARD and JEAN live in the Mandurah region of Western Australia. The family has been farming in this general area for over 100 years.”


Note: Dangin, Quairading, Corrigin, Caroling, Beverley and Badjaling are close together in a part of the wheat belt due east of Perth Western Australia but Albany is on the south coast of Western Australia and some way from the Beverley area while Mandurah is on the west coast south of Perth and now a dormitory town of it.

OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 8 continued


1861 census 11 Trevecca Liskeard District 11 folio 9 page 12 Schedule 56

from website www.freecen.org.uk



Names and ages on Tiptree sailing from UK*

arriving Lyttelton Christchurch **



Ship’s list A Ship’s list B

Joseph

Lukey

head

married

48

grocers shop

Penzance




Joseph

49

Joseph

49

farm labourer

Sarah

Lukey

wife

married

45




Camborne

Sarah

47

Sarah

47




Mary-A.

Lukey

dau

unmarried

15




Liskeard

Mary-A.

17

Mary-Ann

17

trans to s/w

Joseph

Lukey

son




13

work to mine

Liskeard










Jacob

Lukey

son




12

work to mine

Liskeard

Jabes

16

Jabez

14

trans to s/m

Sarah-J.

Lukey

dau




10




Liskeard

Sarah-Jane

14

Sarah-Jane

13

trans to s/w

Elizabeth

Lukey

dau




9




Liskeard




Lydia




Lydia

8




Alice

Lukey

dau




6




Liskeard




Martha




Martha

7




Martha

Lukey

dau




4




Liskeard

** left Plymouth list A London 20OCT1863 list B

** arrived 23DEC1864 list A 24JAN1864 list B

List B gives Captain Davis, Surgeon superintendent Dr Shield 1650 tons

1851 census Doublepools Callington District 3b folio 224 page 28 Schedule 110 from website www.freecen.org.uk



EDWARD

TregenSOE

head

married

36

miner

Lelant

ELIZABETH

TregenSOE

wife

married

32

-

Camborne

ELIZABETH

TregenSOE

dau

unmarried

8




Camborne

EDWARD

TregenSOE

son

unmarried

6




Camborne

MARTHA

TregenSOE

dau

unmarried

3




Callington


OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 8 continued
1861 census RG9/1526 Callington District 1 folio 8 page 11 schedule 56 from website www.freecen.org.uk

EDWARD

TregenSOE

head

married

46

copper miner

Lelant

ELIZABETH

TregenSOE

wife

married

41

-

Camborne

ELIZABETH-A.

TregenSOE

dau

unmarried

18

dressmaker

Camborne

EDWARD

TregenSOE

son

unmarried

16

copper miner

Camborne

1871 census Callington District 1 Schedule 303 from website Kindred Konnections



EDWARD

Tregenza

head

married

56

tin miner

Lelant

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

wife

married

52

-

Camborne

1881 census Fore Street Callington FHL film 1341548 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2283 Folio 41 page 13 from Lyn Nash



EDWARD

Tregenza

head

married

66

tin miner

Lelant

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

wife

married

63

-

Camborne

1891 census Back Lane Callington RG12/1809 district 1 folio 15 page 24 schedule 166 www.freecen.org.uk



ELIZABETH

TregAnza

head

widow

73

-

Camborne


OTHER INFORMATION ON ST ERTH FAMILY 8 continued
Notes:

  • See also EDWARD married ELIZABETH in Unconnected Family 20 and Unconnected Family 79.

  • EDWARD married ELIZABETH and children use surname TregenSON, TregenSOE or TregAnza

  • LUCY born 1910 approx., died 1910 age 8 months http://bdmhistoricalrecords.identityservices.govt.nz

  • H.A. Young alias TREGENZA sentenced to 6 months imprisonment (Auckland Star vol. LXV issue 262 page 3 05NOV1934)

  • records of this family from New Zealand newspapers but unable to ascertain which of them exactly due to repeating first names and initials:

    • Mr. Tregenza departed Wellington on Ringarooma for Sydney via the East Coast and Auckland (New Zealand Herald vol. XVI issue 5647 page 4 22DEC1879)

    • Mr. Tregenza departed 14FEB1901 on Wainui [Worrall] for Nelson and Coast (Marlborough Express vol. XXXV issue 37 page 2 )

    • Mr Tregenza, a young man, thrown a few days ago by horse into Waiau river swam to an island saved later (The Press vol. LIV issue 9852 page 6 08OCT1897)

    • J. Tregenza scored 557 out of 950 at Timaru Main school and awarded £34 (South Canterbury Press vol. XLVII issue 7780 page 3 06FEB1891) [JOSEPH?]

    • property of J. Tregenza at Stag and Spey disposed of to Mr W. Lawson (Marlborough Express vol. XXXIX issue 155 page 2 05JUL1906)

    • J. Tregenza of Waimataitai advert to sell a good sheep dog (Timaru Herald vol. LXII issue 2944 page 1 06MAY1899) [JOSEPH?]

    • J. Tregenza second in high school 100 yards race under 14s (Timaru Herald vol. LIII issue 5266 page 3 17OCT1891) [JOSEPH?]

    • EDWARD labourer witness in a law case at Timaru (The Press vol. LXI issue 11840 page 8 12MAR1904)

    • E. Tregenza prize for spring dray horse up to 15cwt at Timaru Show (The Press vol. LV issue 16668 page 10 31OCT1919)

    • E. Tregenza arrived 02OCT1928 on Ulimaroa from Sydney (Auckland Star vol. LIX issue 233 page 4 02OCT1928)

  • Miss M. Tregenza passenger for San Francisco on board Tahiti in Wellington may have come on ship from Sydney (Evening Post vol. CIV issue 15 page 12 18JUL1927)

  • Sanders Tregenza Law (solicitors) 150 Great South Road, Papatoetoe 2025 New Zealand (Manukau city near Aukland) (www.justuce.govt.nz)

  • New Zealand immigration records from www.cornwall-opc.org

  • WILLIAM TregZanza single man age 18 agricultural labourer left London 20MAY1879 on Rakaia arriving Wellington NZ 09SEP1879

  • ANN age 27 servant left 19APR1875 on Star of India arrived Lyttleton/Canterbury NZ 01AUG1875

  • EDWIN age 21 farm labourer left 19APR1875 on Star of India arrived Lyttleton/Canterbury NZ 01AUG1875

  • ELIZABETH age 22 servant left 19APR1875 on Star of India arrived Lyttleton/Canterbury NZ 01AUG1875

LELANT FAMILY
AMOS

1842


m1 Sarah Russell

m2 Margaret Eddy

|

|

1_______________________|_____________________________2______



MINNIE-B JOSEPH-R JOHN HELEN HENRY

1865 1871 1877 1879 1891

m Emily Beverley | m Margaret-Gyles Hollow

| ____|__ |

| ETHEL |

________________________|___________ 1900 ______|_______________________________

MINNIE-ISABELLA HARRY JOHN-CROCKER HAROLD-AMBROSE

1902 1911 1920 1921

m Lillian Fairley m Enid-Marie Bennett

| |


| |

______|____________ |

SUSAN-ELIZABETH |

1942 |


______________________________|____

HARRY-MARK NIGEL-BENNETT

1952 1955

NOTES ON LELANT FAMILY (AMOS born 1842 see St Erth family 2)
MINNIE-B born 1865 approx. St Erth., 1881 census tailor age 16

JOSEPH-R born 1871 approx. Canada, 1881 census scholar age 10

JOHN born 02MAR1877 St Erth, 1881 census age 4, at 1891 census apprentice iron moulder age 14 born St Erth living with parents, moved from Lelant to Brighouse Yorkshire 1909 but at 1901 census head of household iron moulder age 23 born Cornwall Lelant living 5 Victoria Street Raistrick Brighouse, foreman iron moulder at birth 1911 and marriage 1936 of son HARRY, note in 1926 on Cornish colonies in England mentions a group of Hayle men went to Brighouse including Tregenza a fireman (Western Morning News 22FEB1926 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), was president of Bradford Cornish Association 1936, died 1963 Brighouse Calder district age 86

x EMILY born 1878 approx. Brighouse, at 1901 census wife age 22 born Yorkshire Mirfield, died 1966 Calder district age 88

HELEN born 20MAY1879 St Erth, baptised 30AUG1879 St Erth (parish register no.627 p.78), 1881 census NELLIE age 1 born 1880 approx. St Erth, at 1891 census ELLEN scholar age 11 born St Erth living with parents, ELEANOR married James Sandoe (December quarter 1898 Penzance district 5c 451 record not found), mother's help of Lelant Downs at illegitimate birth of ETHEL 1900, Cornishman newspaper states NELLIE of Lelant Downs married James Sandow St Andrew Street St Ives at Penzance Register Office (Cornishman 31JUL1902 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), NELLIE Tregenza married James Sandow record September quarter 1902 Penzance district volume 5c page 418, lived St Ives

HENRY born 01AUG1891 Lelant Downs Uny Lelant, baptised 06NOV1891 Uny Lelant (parish register book 8 page 193 no. 1541), at 1911 census plate layer railway single age 19 born Lelant living with parents at Carntiscoe Lelant Downs, went to Great War (WWI 1914-1918) medal card document WO372/20 covering period 1914-1920 (see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) private in Devon Regiment, Worcester, Somerset Light Infantry Royal Engineers received Victory and British medals, married 09FEB1916 railway packer age 24 Uny Lelant (parish register page 111 record no. 221), plate-layer at baptism of HARRY-AMBROSE 1921, probably H. Tregenza with freehold cottage Lelant Downs (20JUN1934 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), died in 06APR1969 at death lived ‘Sunrise’ Rose-an-Grouse, will (Bristol) dated 18AUG1969

x MARGARET-GYLES (=MAGGIE) born 1893, at marriage age 23 (father John-Husband Hollow fisherman), lived ‘Sunrise’ Rose-an-Grouse St Erth, died 09JAN1976, probate (Bristol) 01NOV1976 £54,920 reference 760801088P
ETHEL born 16DEC1900 Lelant Downs Uny Lelant R.D. (see certificate March quarter 1901 volume 5c page 204 - no father)

NOTES ON LELANT FAMILY (continued)
MINNIE-ISABELLA born 24MAR1902 Halifax, married Bentley, lived Plympton

HARRY born 07NOV1911 at 14 Woodhouse Lane Raistrick Brighouse (Halifax district West Riding of Yorkshire), married 08AUG1936 St John the Divine Church Raistrick motor engineer and bachelor age 24 of 19 Gooder Lane Raistrick

x LILLIAN born 1914 approx., spinster age 22 in private service at Slead Hall Brighouse at marriage
JOHN-CROCKER born September quarter 1920 Penzance possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

HAROLD-AMBROSE (=HARRY) born September quarter 1921 Penzance district, married 01SEP1951; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x ENID-MARIE born 1926 approx.; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
SUSAN-E born 02APR1942, married possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
HARRY-MARK born December quarter 1952, married September quarter 1974; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

NIGEL-BENNETT born February quarter 1955 Kerrier district



OTHER INFORMATION ON LELANT FAMILY
Constructed from information from:

  1. Unconnected Family 50 (Halifax) was added here (see below)

  2. recollections of MARGARET-GYLES

  3. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

  4. birth certificates of HENRY 1891 and ETHEL 1900

  5. marriage of HARRY-AMBROSE from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com

  6. records of wills

  7. www.nationalarchives.org.uk

  8. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

  9. 1881 and 1891 census from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net, www.findmypast.co.uk, http://freepages.rootsweb.com and www.freecen.org.uk plus 1901 and 1911 censuses from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

Unconnected Family 50 (family of HARRY 1911 of Raistrick Brighouse Halifax) constructed from:



  1. the marriage certificate of HARRY to Lillian Fairley and his birth certificate 1911

  2. letters from MINNIE-ISABELLA Bentley née Tregenza,

  3. a letter from HARRY

  4. a cutting from Brighouse Echo 6JAN1961, about JOHN 1877 and Cornish people in Bradford

1881 census Start Toll Gate St Erth FHL film 1341562 PRO ref.RG11 piece 2340 folio 38 page 5 from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net



AMOS

Tregenza

head

married

37

ag lab

St Erth

SARAH

Tregenza

wife

married

35




St Erth

MINNIE-B

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

16

tailoress

St Erth

JOSEPH R

Tregenza

son




10

scholar

Canada

JOHN

Tregenza

son




4




St Erth

NELLIE

Tregenza

daughter




1




St Erth

OTHER INFORMATION ON LELANT FAMILY (continued)

1891 census Hosking Lane Uny Lelant RG12/1853 folio 162 page 7 from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk



AMOS

Tregenza

head

married

40

railway packer

St Erth

MARGARET

Tregenza

wife

married

45




Gulval

JOHN

Tregenza

son




14

apprentice iron moulder

St Erth

ELLEN

Tregenza

daughter




11

scholar

St Erth

1901 census 5 Victoria Street Raistrick Brighouse Yorkshire RG13/4117 page 86 from www.1901censusonline.com



JOHN

Tregenza

head

married

23

iron moulder

Cornwall Lelant

EMILY

Tregenza

wife

married

22




Yorkshire Mirfield

1911 census Carntiscoe Lelant Downs RG14/14034 from www.1901censusonline.com



AMOS

Tregenza

head

married

63

plate layer railway

St Erth Cornwall

MARGARET

Tregenza

wife

married

66




Ludgvan Cornwall

HENRY

Tregenza

son

single

19

plate layer railway

Lelant Cornwall

Note:


  • a HARRY born around 1912 in Liverpool region in Unconnected Families 59 and St Erth family 3

  • In the 1930s Brighouse was transferred from Halifax district to Calder district

MYLOR FAMILY 1
ROBERT

1710


m Ann Shole

______|_______________________________________________

ANNE THOMAS ROBERT JOHN

1746 1750 1752 1756

m1 Mary Ethorne m Charity m Sussanah Baston

m2 Hanora Symons | Tallack |

2_________________________________________|_________________ | |

JOHN JOHN MARY ANN ELIZABETH | |

1778 1784 1786 1788 1790 | |

____________________________________|_______ |

AGNES-COLLINGS BETSY ROBERT |

1773 1775 1777 |

|

______________________________________________________________________________|______________________________________________



SUSSANAH ROBERT JOHN HENRY- THOMAS EDWARD FRANK MARY- ANN- ELIZABETH ANN

1784 1785 1787 SHOLE 1791 1793 1794 RICHARDS BASTON 1800 1803

m Ann m Abigail 1788 m Isabella m Grace 1795 1798

| Richards | Beel m Betsy | Hitchens | Lawer

| | | Boaden | ______|_____

| MYLOR FAMILY 6 | MYLOR FAMILY 2 JOHN-LEAR

NEWLYN FAMILY 1 MYLOR FAMILY 3 1818

m Sarah English

__________________________________________________________________|_________________________________________________

?????? HELENA LUCY-ELIZABETH EMMELINE-MARY EDITH-ANN FRANCES-JESSICA-LEMON

1847 1849 1851 1854 1856 1860

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (ROBERT born1710 see St. Stephens Family)
ANNE baptised 20MAR1746 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), perhaps = ANNE married William Williams of Wendron 01JUN1775 (Boyd’s Index)

THOMAS baptised 26MAR1750 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), first marriage 01APR1777 Mylor (parish register), second marriage 02JAN1781 Probus (Boyd’s Index), possibly = THOMAS buried 19APR1794 Creed, possibly = THOMAS victualler Grampound 1797 (but see date of HANORA re-marriage)

x MARY buried 07MAR1778 Mylor (parish register)

x HANORA = HONOR of Probus, probably = HONOUR TREGENZA widow married 09DEC1794 William Goyen (= Gogen) sojourner of Creed (if so re-married 7 months after death of husband THOMAS) [Phillimore Marriages], mentioned with daughters MARY and ANN in will 25MAR1799 of John Symonds senior of Grampound (her father ?)

ROBERT baptised 24SEP1752 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), married 11AUG1773 Mylor (parish register)

x CHARITY = CHARITY TREGENZA widow married 24NOV1783 Richard Bennetts mariner Mylor (parish register)

JOHN baptised 26SEP1756 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), married 27FEB1784 Mylor (parish register), sexton and labourer, buried 01MAY1815 Mylor age 60 (parish register) however Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SG1K-4S8 gives birth 12JUL1760 Mylor

x SUSSANAH born approx. 1758, sexton for many years, 24DEC1827 paid 6d as customary for baptising a child (“Notes on Mylor”), buried 11MAY1831 Mylor age 73 (parish register) Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SG1K-4S8 gives birth 06JAN1762 Mylor


JOHN baptised 03DEC1778, also JOHN baptised 02DEC1781 Mylor parents THOMAS and HONORA in IGI, buried 16MAR1783 Mylor (parish register)

JOHN baptised 13JUN1784 (Truro Museum microfilm), buried 19AUG1788 Mylor (parish register)

MARY baptised 25JUN1786 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), possibly = MARY TREGENZA of Grampound married James Coul of St Neot 18JUL1803 [Phillimore Marriages]

ANN baptised 19AUG/OCT1788 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), possible = ANN TREGENZA of Grampound married William Hotten Grampound 15SEP1814 [Phillimore Marriages and www.grampound.org.uk] or possible = ANN TREGENZA in 1841 census (HO107/138/10 district 3 folio 45 page 14) female servant in the Beenerrs family at Woodlands Mylor age 55 (to nearest five years)

ELIZABETH baptised 27DEC1790 Creed, buried 25JUN1791 Creed

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
AGNES-COLLINGS baptised 25OCT1773 Mylor, first marriage 14DEC1798 St Mary’s Truro to Michael Lampshire (Lampier) born 01JUN1777 St Allen (Boyd’s Index) [RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: my family contact Kristien DeFreitas kdefreitas@iname.com], second marriage 01APR1799 St Mary’s Truro (Boyd’s Index) to William Law a soldier 62 Foot Regiment [see IGI and RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Lampshire contact Cathy Lampshire clampshire@fullerton.edu]

BETSY baptised 30MAR1775

ROBERT baptised 02MAR1777, buried 04MAY1777 Mylor (parish register)
SUSSANAH baptised 18APR1784 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), probably married 10NOV1807 Hugh Weeks of Stythians (sic) (parish register), Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SG1K-4S8 gives this marriage and child Hugh born 26OCT1815

ROBERT baptised 17JUL1785 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), married 24MAY1813 Falmouth (parish register) bachelor witnesses Ann Honey and William Uren, mason at St Paul Newlyn at baptism of EDWARD 1818 and of THOMAS-RICHARDS 1831 ELIZABETH-HONORA-RICHARDS 1834 & THOMAS-BENJAMIN-RICHARDS 1837, at 1841 census mason age 50 to nearest 5 years living Mousehole, mason at marriage of daughter SUSAN in 1847, at 1851 census at Mousehole widower mason age 65 born Mylor (census enumerator gave his name as RICHARD in confusion over use of Richards as a second name), at 1861 census age mason 75 approx. living with son THOMAS at 6 Chapel Street Mousehole, died 02FEB1867 age 83 (see photograph of his gravestone in Paul churchyard), probably ROBERT mentioned in deed of partition by lease and release in which Edward Primrose Tregurtha of Newlyn gent. releases his moiety to Thomas Leah of Newlyn gent. and vice versa of a wide variety of houses and other buildings in Newlyn including a house occupied by ROBERT Tregenza with stables, pound and pigsty document X 573/11/1.2 in Cornwall Record Office not all legible as skins stuck together no title or date but no later than 1797 (see www.nationalarchives.org.uk).

x ANN born 1756 (Newlyn ?) or 1794 (gravestone in Paul churchyard), parents Sarah Trewavas born 1730 St Buryan married Mr Richards of Newlyn, spinster at marriage, died 07MAR1841 age 47 at Mousehole, buried 10MAR1841 Paul

JOHN baptised 15APR1787, labourer, married 1816 Mylor(Boyd’s Index), at 1851 census head of household Trelew Mylor Bridge sexton age 63 born Mylor

x ABIGAIL born 1785, at 1851 census age 66 born Mylor, at 1861 census head of household 25 Trelew Mylor Bridge age 69 labourer’s widow born Cuby, East Kerrier Petty Sessions three boys through stones at ABIGAIL and her chimney they were ordered to pay damages and costs (Royal Cornwall Gazette 06MAR1862 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), = ? ABIGAIL died June quarter 1863 Falmouth (5c152)

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
HENRY-SHOLL (? SHOLE = grandmother's name) baptised 02NOV1788 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), sawyer Mylor Down, married 1817 Mylor(Boyd’s Index), labourer at time of marriage of EDWARD 1818, at 1841 census ag. lab. age 55 (to nearest five years) Mylor Village, died March quarter 1844 Falmouth district vol. 9 page 57

x BETSY born 1791 approx. Cornwall, at 1841 census age 50 (to nearest five years) Mylor Village



NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
THOMAS baptised 30MAR1791 Mylor (1790 on Truro Museum microfilm ?), married 1814 Mylor (Boyd’s Index), two 99 year leases dated 1816 both rent 10 shillings Sir William Lemon of Carclew to THOMAS of Mylor labourer lessee wife SARAH and daughter MARY-ANN document references WH/1/637 and WH/1/638 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, a 99 year leases dated 1817 rent 5 shillings Sir William Lemon of Carclew to THOMAS of Mylor labourer his daughter MARY-ANN and Mary-Ann daughter of Abraham and Mary Sweet of Mylor waterman to Agnes Bastard of Mylor document reference WH/1/643 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, a 14 year lease rent £9 Sir William Lemon of Carclew to THOS. Of Mylor yeo. two closes at Mylor village late occupant Jn. Hender see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, a 14 year lease rent £25 25DEC1821 Sir William Lemon of Carclew to John Hender of Mylor a victualler of an inn or public house at Mylor Bridge lately called the Griffin Inn was known by the sign of the Red Lion now and for sometime past in occupation of John Hender also garden of Thomas Tregenza’s tenement document WH/1/662 at Cornwall Record Office (see www.nationalarchives.org.uk), described as yeoman of Mylor Bridge at birth and baptism of son EDWARD-ELLIS 1824, 30JUL1826 cash received of T. Tregenza for the parish apples £3 (“Notes on Mylor”), a 99 year lease dated 1830 rent £2 and 10 shillings Sir Charles Lemon of Carclew to Ann Watkins of Mylor piece of ground already marked out late occupant THOMAS Tregenza document reference WH/1/691 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, a 99 year lease dated 1841 rent 10 shillings - also counterpart - Sir Charles Lemon of Carclew to THOMAS of Mylor - consideration £30 - several cottages sometime built by THOMAS on plot of land document mentions daughter ISABELLA document reference WH/1/6391,2 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, a 99 year lease rent 17 shillings and 6 pence William Lemon of Carclew to Thomas Porter of Mylor wife Agnes and William Porter nephew of lessee consideration lessees within three years to build substantial dwelling houses with stone walls and slate roofs the rest of the plot to be used for gardens and other conveniences plot of ground already marked out part of a meadow at Mylor Bridge in occupation of Thomas Tregenza no reference or date (document WH/1/689/1.2 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, at 1841 census farmer Mylor village age 50 (to nearest five years), farmer when first son married (1842), at 1851 census farmer of 25 acres Mylor Bridge HO 107/1911 age 60 born Mylor, a 99 year lease dated 1858 THOS. of Mylor yeo. Rent 10 shillings from Sir Chas. Lemon of Carclew consideration £12 lessee’s wife Isabella and Daughters Isabella and Harriet see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, at 1861 census married age 69 born Mylor farmer of 15 acres employing a boy, at 1871 census farmer of 18 acres age 79 household included AMELIA daughter age 49 and Francis Rowe age 14 servant, a 99 year lease dated 1873 rent 10 shillings Arthur Tremayne of Carclew to THOMAS of Mylor yeoman lessee’s daughter AMELIA document reference WH/1/641 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, died 16FEB1878 labourer Mylor Bridge see "Notes on Mylor", will principal dated 04JUL1879 to son THOMAS farmer Mylor, son EDWARD-ELLIS schoolmaster Camborne and nephew JOHN-LEAR ship-owner Pool

x ISABELLA born 1797/1799 Mylor (parents John and Mary Hitchens), at 1841 census Mylor village age 45 (to nearest five years), at 1851 census age 50 born Mylor, at 1861 census age 66 born Mylor, died 1871 Mylor



NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
EDWARD baptised 06MAR1793 Mylor, George-Ernest Tregenza of Timaru New Zealand claimed (see his letter) Edward in Unconnected Family 35 is this Edward but now this unconnected family forms St Erth Family 8 (this family has Collings as a maiden name and St Erth 8 has Collins)
FRANK=FRANCIS baptised 09FEB1794 Mylor, labourer, married 1817 Mylor (Boyd’s Index) (story that married at Camborne on moving to that area), at 1841 census ag. lab. married age 45 (to nearest 5 years) of Mylor Village, at 1851 census household 9 Trevenson Moor Illogan married agricultural labourer age 56 born Mylor (lodger Fanny Newton sempstress [sic] age 78), at 1861 census agricultural labourer widower age 65 born Mylor living behind Trevenson National School for Boys with Mary Gildert as housekeeper, at 1871 census widower age 75 retired agricultural labourer Illogan parish two widows (Mary Gilbart pauper age 74 and Elizabeth Paull age 77) as boarders, died June quarter 1873 age 79 Redruth district volume 5c page170

x GRACE born 1781 Mylor, at 1841 census age 55 (to nearest 5 years), at 1851 census wife age 70 born Mylor


MARY-RICHARDS baptised 29NOV1795 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm)

ANN baptised 29JUL1798 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), buried 08OCT1798 Mylor (parish register)

ELIZABETH-BASTON baptised 26JAN1800 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm)

ANN born 1801 approx. Mylor, baptised 08APR1803, at 1851 census unmarried gentleman’s cook born Mylor in household of brother THOMAS



NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)

JOHN-LEAR baptised 09NOV1818 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1841 census living with parents age 20 (to nearest 5 years)shoemaker, married 29DEC1845 at Mylor by Rev. E. Hoblyn, at marriage master of Trevenson school near Pool see notice in the West Briton newspaper (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com), 06NOV1847 (announced in Northampton Mercury of that Saturday) received lower class first division teaching certificate after studying at Battersea Teacher Training School (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), met SARAH future wife at Battersea Teacher Training School (London archive material researched by John Seagrove), miner of Tuckingmill at baptism of LUCY- ELIZABETH 1851, shoemaker then teacher (first to get certificate in Cornwall) and ship-owner, at 1851 census national schoolmaster age 32 born Mylor, in 1853 a 99 year lease from St Charles Lemon of Carclew to JOHN-LEAR of Pool Illogan schoolmaster with wife SARAH and daughter HELENA rent 16 shillings and consideration £110 property occupied by William Tallack document reference number WH/1/805 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, won geometry prize at Penzance School of Art (reported in Royal Cornwall Gazette 30SEP1859 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at 1861 census married national schoolmaster age 42 born Mylor living Trevenson Girls National School House, in 1862 a 99 year lease from St Charles Lemon of Carclew to JOHN-LEAR of Pool Illogan schoolmaster lessee wife SARAH and WILLIAM plus son of George Rogers rent £2 and consideration £2 and 10 shillings document reference number WH/1/655 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, in 1862 a 99 year lease from St Charles Lemon of Carclew to JOHN-LEAR of Pool Illogan schoolmaster with wife SARAH and s. William George rent £1 plus 15 shillings and 3 pence document reference number WH/1/705 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, in 1862 assignment of a mortgage for £210 Betsy Millett and Eliza Smith Millet of Penzance spinsters and George Rogers of Mylor coachman to JOHN- LEAR Tregenza of Illogan schoolmaster document reference number WH/1/704 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, dissolved partnership with J. Nancarrow in a rope-makers and general merchant business. principal shareholder at time of building (builder Tom Massey built in Portreath in 1869) of a 2-mast 150 ton schooner registered in Hayle (captain J Fox) named HELENA TREGENZA after his daughter (see other information), wanted notice for rope spinners apply to Mr Tregenza Pool (West Briton 06OCT1870 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), at 1871 census Illogan parish district 11 schedule 077 JOHN-F schoolmaster age 52, headmaster of Trevenson Basset School for Boys at Pool for thirty years (information from John Trelease of Mawnan Smith via John Seagrove, manager of Tregenza Shipping Company with four coastal schooners based at Portreath (information from John Seagrove), 17MAR1873 presented with silver inkstand by children and teachers of Pool Boys Scholl where he had been teacher for nearly 30 years from page 8 Royal Cornwall Gazette 22MAR1873 (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), ship-owner in 1875 at marriage of daughter LUCY-ELIZABETH, at 1881 census lived at Main or County Road Illogan, in 1883 Kelly’s Directory clerk to Illogan School Board and ship owner, 20SEP1888 presided over table at the tea in Pool Infants’ school-room after the Harvest Festival Service in Trevenson church (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), involved in Pool’s Basset Institute (Cornishman 18OCT1888 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), at 1891 census head of household married Illogan School Board clerk age 72 born Mylor, at 1901 census late school master age 82 born Mylor Bridge living with married daughter (JESSICA = Mrs Jenkin) Tolgus Hill Redruth, died NOV1905 Leeds

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
x SARAH born 1821 Mylor, described as second daughter of Mr English riding-officer Mylor see notice in the West Briton newspaper (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com), born Lindisfarne Northumberland father John English customs officer, met JOHN-LEAR at Battersea Teacher Training College 1846 (London archive material from John Seagrove), at 1851 census schoolmistress age 30 no birthplace given, at 1861 census wife national schoolmistress age 40 born Holy Island County Durham, at 1871 census age 50 born Holy Island Durham, head mistress of girls school in Pool funded by the Basset family like the boys' school probably for similar length of time as husband JOHN-LEAR at nearby boys' school (information form John Seagrove), at 1891 census age 70 born Holy Island Durham, at 1901 census age 81 born Northumberland Berwick on Tweed living with married daughter (JESSICA = Mrs Jenkin) Tolgus Hill Redruth, died 1906 Leeds
A daughter born 25OCT1847 Pool birth notice Royal Cornwall Gazette 29OCT1847 (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), died before HELENA, may be FRANCES-MARIA born December quarter 1847 Redruth volume 9 page 243,

HELENA born 31MAR1849 (June quarter 1849 Illogan IX272 Redruth district) Pool birth notice Royal Cornwall Gazette 06APR1849 (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), baptised 27APR1849 Illogan, at 1861 census scholar age 12 born Illogan living with parents, schooner named after her by father (see notes below), schoolteacher, at 1871 census head of household age 22 born Cornwall living Boyces Rackenford Devon (South Molton district) with sister FRANCES, married Elijah Barber a schoolteacher of Leeds in December quarter 1872 Redruth, three daughters (Ethel was married) and one son (Cyril married solicitor Liverpool), died 02MAY1890 14 Cromer Terrace Leeds age 41, interned Lawnswood Cemetery 4pm 06MAY1890 (notice in Leeds Mercury 05MAY1890 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

LUCY-ELIZABETH born 04FEB1851 Pool (reported Royal Cornwall Gazette 07FEB1851 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), baptised 26MAR1851 Tuckingmill, at 1851 census age 2 months born Illogan, at 1861 census scholar age 10 born Illogan visiting the Blamey family living Church Town St Erth [note that they are teachers at the national school] at 1871 census at home unmarried age 20 and draper’s assistant, marriage 28SEP1875 Illogan parish church spinster age 24 of Pool married George Hazell bachelor age 24 boiler-smith of Pool, two sons

EMMELINE-MARY born 1854 September quarter Illogan Redruth district, at 1851 census age 2 born Illogan, at 1861 census scholar age 7 born Illogan living with parents, at 1871 census at home unmarried age 17 and draper’s assistant, married Rev. Thomas-Ogden Taylor Wesleyan minister September quarter 1878 Redruth district, one son



EDITH-ANN born Illogan 1856 March quarter Redruth district, at 1861 census scholare age 5 born Illogan living with parents, at 1871 census at home unmarried age 15 scholar, married John Champion mines accountant 02OCT1878 Camborne, three daughters and three sons, death 22DEC1919 Camborne (source Mariah Sjolund margerforce@hotmail.com)

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
FRANCES-JESSICA-LEMON/LEAR baptised 19AUG1860 Illogan, at 1861 census FANNY-L. age 9 months living with parents, at 1871 census age 10 born Cornwall living with sister HELENA in Devon, at 1881 census single visitor age 20 born Illigan staying at 20 Grove Idle West Riding of Yorkshire (Bradford district), married 28MAY1887 Illogan by Rev. H. Oxland rector to John N. Jenkin of Redruth (son of Mr J Jenkin proprietor of the Cornubian newspaper) see notice in West Briton newspaper http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com, however according to John Seagrove she married Thomas-Nicholl Jenkin journalist at the Cornubian and editor, at marriage described as late head mistress of Roskear Board School, at 1901 census wife age 37 born Cornwall Pool living Tolgus Hill Redruth with husband Thomas-N. Jenkin, two daughters and one son plus mother and father.

OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1
Created using information from:

  1. an email from Mariah Sjolund margerforce@hotmail.com and from her RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Mariah about EDITH-ANN

  2. an email from Cathy Lampshire clampshire@Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU and her RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project Lampshire family http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com

  3. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

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