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part of a letter from John Faull and Don Bousfield 11NOV1997

  • Lorraine Thistleton [3b Cleave Road Gillingham Kent ME7 4AY] confirming the tree plus giving some more dates and details

  • John Seagrove, son of LILY (Mylor family 4) giving additional information about JOHN-LEAR plus family and EDWARD-ELLIS and particularly about the schooner (see below) plus a copy of the painting of it from the National Maritime Museum Greenwich. He is writing a book about JOHN-LEAR and the schooner (2013).

  • Hattam family tree www.hattam.co.uk

  • reading parish registers (including Truro Museum microfilm) - some records are missing - this may be because they are not Mylor or due to parents being non-conformist. Source of BETSY and ROBERT 1777 not known.

  • copy of readings of records by Arthur Childs a cousin of Alice Morrell

  • Cornwall Online Parish Clerks’ baptisms www.cornwall-opc-database.org

  • Cornish will abstracts from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com

  • the marriage certificate of LUCY-ELIZABETH to George Hazell 1875

  • IGI and other records from www.familysearch.org including the record of AGNES-COLLINS

  • Boyd’s Index of Marriages (some supplied by John Faull and Don Bousfield)

  • Phillimore Marriages

  • reading of Falmouth parish church registers

  • a photograph of gravestone of ROBERT 1785 and ANN in Paul churchyard

  • Kelly’s Directory 1883

  • “Notes on Mylor” p153

  • legal documents (leases etc.) from www.nationalarchives.org.uk

  • notices in West Briton newspaper from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com

  • pre-registration records from www.freereg.org.uk

    continued

    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
    Created using information from:
    continued

    1. www.ancestry.com

    2. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

    3. Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SG1K-4S8

    4. 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1891 census from Les Smith, Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net, reading of census fiches, www.findmypast.co.uk, Kindred Konnections and www.freecen.org.uk plus www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

    1871 census Mylor district 4 schedule 025 via Kindred Konnections and Les Smith

    Francis

    Rowe

    unmarried

    servant

    14

    farm sv undrs

    Mylor

    THOS

    Tregenza

    widower

    head

    79

    frmr 18 acres

    Mylor

    AMELIA

    Tregenza

    unmarried

    daughter

    49

    dressmaker

    Mylor



    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
    Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net supplied the following census records:

    EDITH-A born 1856 probably

    1881 census 16 Trevenson St Camborne


    John

    Champion

    married

    head

    30

    tin mining clerk

    Illogan

    Edith-A

    Champion

    married

    wife

    25

    wife

    Illogan

    but note 1881 census Fore Street Lanteglos-by-Fowey

    Albert

    Cossentine

    married

    head

    29

    carpenter

    Polruan

    Edith-A

    Cossentine

    married

    wife

    24

    wife

    Illogan

    Albert employed 2 men and 3 boys (apprentices)

    LUCY-ELIZABETH born 1851 probably

    1881 census 27 Lansdown Road Swindon Wiltshire


    Lucy-E ((George))

    Hazell

    married

    wife (head)

    30

    wife of boiler-maker

    Foel Illogan

    Foel might be Pool ?

    but note 1881 census Trelawne Forde Park Wolborough Devon



    Lucy

    Blenkiron

    widow

    head

    31

    no occupation

    Illogan

    1851 census 1 Pumpfield Pool Illogan HO 107/1915 from reading of fiche



    JOHN L.

    Tregenza

    married

    head

    32

    National school master

    Mylor

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    married

    wife

    30

    National school mistress

    Mylor

    HELENA

    Tregenza




    dau

    2




    Illogan

    LUCY-ELIZTH.

    Tregenza




    dau

    2m




    Illogan

    Susan

    Mammon/Hammon

    unmarried




    18

    general servant

    St Earth*






    * badly written could be Sark, York or Earth (probably St Erth)



    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
    1851 census 9 Trevenson Moor Illogan from reading of fiche

    FRANCIS.

    Tregenza

    married

    head

    56

    Agric. labourer

    Mylor

    GRACE

    Tregenza

    married

    wife

    70




    Mylor

    Fanny

    Newton

    unmarried

    lodger

    78

    sempstress

    Illogan

    1841 census Mylor village Kerrier HO 107/138/10 folio 58 page 17 (ages to nearest 5 years) from www.freecen.org.uk



    FRANCIS.

    Tregenza

    45

    Ag. lab.

    Cornwall

    GRACE

    Tregenza

    55




    Cornwall

    JOHN-L.

    Tregenza

    20

    Shoe maker

    Cornwall

    1891 census Fore Street Illogan RG12/1849 folio 10 page 13 schedule 98 from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk



    JOHN L.

    Tregenza

    married

    head

    32

    Illogan school board clerk

    Mylor

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    married

    wife

    30




    Holy Island Northumberland

    Catherine

    Bath

    servant




    19

    domestic servant

    Stithians

    1901 census Tolgus Hill Redruth RG13/2240 page 7 schedule 47 from www.1901censusonline.com



    Thomas-N.

    Jenkin

    head

    married

    36

    Journalist and printer

    Redruth

    Jessica-F.

    Jenkin

    wife

    married

    37




    Pool

    Irene-N.

    Jenkin

    daur




    12




    Pool

    Ruby-E.

    Jenkin

    daur




    10




    Pool

    Arthur-M.

    Jenkin

    son




    3




    Redruth

    JOHN-L.

    Tregenza

    f-in-law

    married

    82

    Late school master

    Mylor Bridge

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    m-in-law

    married

    81




    Northumberland Berwick on Tweed

    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)

    1841 census Woodlands Mylor HO107/138/10 district 3 folio 45 page 14 from www.freecen.org.uk (to the nearest five years)



    John

    Bennetts

    45

    independent

    Cornwall

    Emily

    Bennetts

    55




    Cornwall

    John

    Bennetts

    15




    Cornwall

    William

    Bennetts

    12




    Cornwall

    John

    Florens

    25

    male servant

    Cornwall

    Mary

    Nicholls

    27

    female servant

    Cornwall

    ANN

    Tregenza

    55

    female servant

    Cornwall

    1881 census 20 Grove, Idle West Riding of Yorkshire RG11/4478 Bradford district folio 50 page 13 from www.findmypast.co.uk



    Arthur Ogden

    Taylor

    son/head

    single

    1




    Hanley Staffordshire

    Frances Jessica Lemon

    Tregenza

    visitor

    single

    20




    Illigan * Cornwall

    Harriet

    Nettleton

    servant

    single

    23

    general servant

    Birstwith Yorkshire

    * Illogan

    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)

    1841 census Mylor Village HO107/138/10 district 4 folio 60 page 21 from www.freecen.org.uk (to the nearest five years)



    THOS.

    Tregenza

    50

    farmer

    Cornwall

    ISABELLA

    Tregenza

    45




    Cornwall

    THOS.

    Tregenza

    20

    ag. lab.

    Cornwall

    EMELIA

    Tregenza

    20

    dressmaker

    Cornwall

    EDWARD

    Tregenza

    15

    carpenter apprentice

    Cornwall

    ISABELLA

    Tregenza

    14




    Cornwall

    JOHN

    Tregenza

    10




    Cornwall

    HARRIET

    Tregenza

    5




    Cornwall

    Mary Ann

    Oates

    3




    Cornwall

    William

    May

    15

    male servant

    Cornwall

    1841 census Mylor Village HO107/138/10 district 4 folio 57 page 15 from www.freecen.org.uk (to the nearest five years)

    HENRY

    Tregenza

    55

    ag. lab.

    Cornwall

    ELIZABETH

    Tregenza

    50




    Cornwall

    HENRY

    Tregenza

    20

    ag. lab.

    Cornwall

    ELIZABETH

    Tregenza

    15

    labourer

    Cornwall

    JOHN

    Tregenza

    14




    Cornwall

    THOS.

    Tregenza

    11




    Cornwall


    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)

    1871 census Illogan district 11 schedule 77 from Kindred Konnections



    JOHN-F.

    Tregenza

    head

    married

    52

    schoolmaster

    Mylor

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    wife

    married

    50




    Holy Island Durham

    LUCY-E.

    Tregenza

    daughter

    unmarried

    20

    drapers assistant

    Illogan

    EMMELINE

    Tregenza

    daughter

    unmarried

    17

    drapers assistant

    Illogan

    EDITH-A.

    Tregenza

    daughter

    unmarried

    15

    scholar

    Illogan

    1871 census Mylor district 4 schedule 25 from Kindred Konnections



    THOS.

    Tregenza

    head

    widower

    79

    frmr 18 acres

    Mylor

    AMELIA

    Tregenza

    daughter

    unmarried

    49

    dressmaker

    Mylor

    Francis

    Rowe

    servant

    unmarried

    14

    farm sv indrs

    Mylor

    1881 census Main or County Road Illogan RG11/2333 district 11 folio 25 page 13 schedule 78 from www.freecen.org.uk



    JOHN-L.

    Tregenza

    head

    married

    62

    ship owner

    Cornwall Mylor

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    wife

    married

    60




    Co. Durham Holy Island

    Mary

    Hawrener

    servant

    unmarried

    16

    general servant domestic

    Tresco Scilly Isles


    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
    1861 census Trevenson Girls National School House Illogan RG9/1582 district 12 folio 35 page 3 schedule 12 from www.freecen.org.uk

    JOHN-L.

    Tregenza

    head

    married

    42

    National schoolmaster

    Cornwall Mylor

    SARAH

    Tregenza

    wife

    married

    40

    National schoolmistress

    Co. Durham Holy Island

    HELENA

    Tregenza

    daughter




    12

    scholar

    Cornwall Illogan

    EMMALINE

    Tregenza

    daughter




    7

    scholar

    Cornwall Illogan

    EDITH-A.

    Tregenza

    daughter




    5

    scholar

    Cornwall Illogan

    FANNY-L.

    Tregenza

    daughter




    9m




    Cornwall Illogan

    Nanny

    Selwood

    servant

    unmarried

    25

    general servant

    Cornwall Illogan

    Eliza

    Roberts

    servant

    unmarried

    29

    general servant

    Cornwall Illogan

    1861 census Church Town St Erth RG9/1588 district 10 folio 19 page 3 schedule 16 from www.freecen.org.uk



    Thomas-R.

    Blamey

    head

    married

    25

    National schoolmaster

    Cornwall Mylor

    Frances-Bilton

    Blamey

    wife

    married

    25

    National schoolmistress

    Cornwall Mylor

    Thomas-R.

    Blamey

    Son

    unmarried

    5m




    Cornwall St Erth

    Emily

    Tonkin

    boarder

    unmarried

    16

    pupil teacher *

    Cornwall Illogan

    LUCY-E.

    Tregenza

    visitor

    unmarried

    10

    scholar

    Cornwall Illogan

    Alice

    Curnowe

    servant

    unmarried

    26

    house servant

    Cornwall Ludgvan

    * National School

    1861 census house behind Trevenson National School for Boys Illogan RG9/1582 district 12 folio 34 page 1 schedule 16 from www.freecen.org.uk



    FRANCIS.

    Tregenza

    head

    widower

    65

    agr lab

    Cornwall Mylor

    Mary

    Gilbert

    hoskpr

    widow

    64




    Cornwall Illogan

    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 1 (continued)
    Notes:

    • Creed parish is an agricultural area with no village. Passing through the parish is the Falmouth to St Austell turnpike which was built with a large bridge (Grampound = Grand pont). Close to the bridge a small village developed (Grampound) that held most of the parish's population, later a chapel was built there and Grampound parish created despite the short distance to Creed parish church. Creed is directly between St Stephens and Mylor parishes.

    • “I heard John Tregenza, late parish sexton (father of the present sexton) say that his grandmother was lived in a house on that part of Trefusis called Cragoes and that the minister of the parish lodged with her.”

    A quote from the Mylor Parish Clerk in October 1873 found in ‘The History of the Parish of Milor’ 1873 by Olivey page 113

    [there were three sextons JOHN 1756, JOHN 1787 and JOHN-BEELS 1819 the grandmother must have been ANN née Shole]



    • The vessel Helena Tregenza was built by Massey’s of Portreath as a two-mast schooner which it remained. Operated for 45 years of UK coastal trading. There are three original paintings as follows: one by Reuben Chappell held in National Maritime Museum Greenwich (C:\Users\Jonathan\Desktop\Trellis Cottage a.jpgHelena Tregenza photo PX9977[1].JPG ), two by Le Clerk the Antwerp ‘pier head’ paintings held by John C. Seagrove. Schooner lost 17NOV1916 at 50 degrees north 4 degrees west 6 miles off Tintagel Head. Information from John Seagrove (son of LILIAN Tregenza Mylor family 4) who is writing a book on the schooner and so has further information. He is interested in contacting living relatives of JOHN-LEAR and particularly of HELENA Barber née Tregenza her son Cyril Barber (married solicitor of Liverpool) and daughter Ethel (married). The table below gives some activities of the schooner

    Notes (continued):

    • some activities of the schooner Helena Tregenza from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

    24FEB1870

    ‘The new schooner recently built at Portreath “Helena Tregenza” in entering St Ives harbour last week became entangled

    with the “Saxon” and sustained some damage’ (West Briton)



    14NOV1870

    ‘Shipping casualty – the schooner Lady Tregenza of Portreath put into Padstow on Monday evening, making water,

    having struck on a rock in coming out of Portreath in the morning’ (West Briton 17NOV1870)



    24JUL1874

    arrived Cardiff from Penarth. (Western Mail 28JUL1874)

    19SEP1874

    arrived Cardiff from Penarth. (Western Mail 22SFEP1874)

    09OCT1875

    arrived Irvine from Falmouth (Glasgow Herald 12OCT1875)

    20OCT1875

    departed Irvine for Port Rush (Glasgow Herald 21OCT1875)

    08JAN1876

    In the Helena Tregenza from Hayle – Capper Pass and Son, 200 tons slag (Bristol Mercury)

    2-4DEC1876

    arrived at the Tees from Antwerp – ballast (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 05DEC1876)

    23FEB1877

    arrived from Portreath – copper ore Williams and Foster (Western Mail 24FEB1877)

    23FEB1877

    departed Neath for Hayle – coal Dynevor Coal Co. (Western Mail 24FEB1877)

    03APR1877

    departed Neath for Hayle – coal Dynevor Coal Co. (Western Mail 04APR1877)

    17JUL1877

    departed Neath for Hayle – coal Dynevor Coal Co. (Western Mail 18JUL1877)

    10DEC1877

    departed Neath for Portreath – coal Glyncorrwg Coal Co. (Western Mail 11DEC1877)

    22SEP1879

    departed Neath for Portreath – coal Dynevor Coal Co. (Western Mail 23SEP1879)

    25OCT1879

    departed Neath for Portreath – coal Dynevor Coal Co. (Western Mail 27OCT1879)

    22JUN1880

    arrived West Bute Dock Cardiff from Hayle – 135 – ballast (Western Mail 23JUN1880)

    24JUN1881

    signalled off the Lizard passing west (Western Mail 25JUN1881)

    09NOV1883

    departed from Middlesbrough for Newport – Paull, 230 tons pig iron (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 10NOV1883)

    29MAR1884

    arrived Middlesbrough from Dordt – Paull, ballast (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 31MAR1884)

    04APR1884

    departed from Middlesbrough for Cardiff – Pall (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 05APR1884)

    29JUN1884

    arrived Tyne Dock with timber (Shields Daily Gazette 29JUN1884)

    27SEP1884

    Helena Tregenza (schooner) Par to Stockholm put into Elsinore damaged by collision (London Standard 27SEP1884)

    06DEC1884

    Helena Tregenza (schooner) of Hayle towed into Dover after collision in channel with unknown barque –

    extensive damage to hull lost main topmast (Morning Post 08DEC1884)



    09DEC1884

    Abo for Charlestown with cargo of staves at Dover making water lost sails (Aberdeen Journal)

    Notes (continued):

    • some more activities of the schooner Helena Tregenza from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

    16APR1886

    arrived Middlesbrough from Dordt – Paull, b. (Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 17APR1886)

    28JUN1886

    departed Honfleur for Newcastle – Paull (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 01JUL1886)

    11AUG1886

    arrived Shields from Fowey (Shields Daily Gazette 12AUG1886)

    19AUG1886

    departed Shields for Penzance (Shields Daily Gazette 19AUG1886)

    06MAY1887

    arrived Morlaix from Glasgow (Glasgow Herald 11MAY1887)

    29AUG1887

    arrived Shields from Dordt ((Shields Daily Gazette 30AUG1887)

    18MAY1888

    arrived from Hamburg at Nieuwe Waterweg 18MAY1888 (Cornishman 24MAY1888)

    27OCT1888

    arrived the Wear river from Pentewan (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 29OCT188)

    05DEC1888

    arrived Fowey (the Tyne river - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 07DEC1888)

    06DEC1888

    arrived Par (the Wear River - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 08DEC1888)

    22FEB1890

    departed Neath for Calstock – Heltre – 230 –coal (Western Mail 24FEB1890)

    29MAY1890

    departed the Tyne river for Plymouth (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 30MAY1890)

    28JUN1890

    departed Nieuwe Waterweg for Sunderland (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 30JULDEC1890)

    01AUG1890

    departed the Wear river for the Tyne (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 02AUG1890)

    02AUG1890

    arrived on the Tyne from Sunderland (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 02AUG1890)

    27AUG1890

    arrived Truro from the Wear river (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 29AUG1890)

    30APR1891

    arrived on the Tyne from Dordt (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 01MAY1891)

    09MAY1891

    departed the Tyne for Falmouth (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 11MAY1891)

    02JUN1893

    departed Ymuiden for Sunderland – Ruffles owner (Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette 05JUN1893)

    13OCT1893

    arrival Newport from Newcastle (Western Mail 14OCT1893))

    21OCT1893

    departed Newport for Par – 230 – coal – Rennie, Wilkinson & C0. (Western Mail 21OCT1893)

    18MAY1894

    departed from Glasgow for Plymouth – Brown 136, coal (Glasgow Herald 19MAY1894)

    12FEB1894

    arrived Glasgow from Penryn – Brown 136, granite (Glasgow Herald 13FEB1894)

    22FEB1894

    departed from Glasgow for Falmouth – Brown 136, coal (Glasgow Herald 23FEB1894)

    06SEP1894

    arrived Glasgow from Penryn – Brown 135, granite (Glasgow Herald 08SEP1894)

    17SEP1894

    departed from Glasgow for Swansea – Brown 135, coal (Glasgow Herald 19SEP1894)

    24SEP1894

    arrived Prince of Wales dock Cardiff from Glasgow (Western Mail 25SEP1894)

    Notes (continued):

    • some more activities of the schooner Helena Tregenza from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

    01OCT1894

    departed Prince of Wales dock Swansea for Charlestown - 230 – coal – Cwmaman Co. (Western Mail 02OCT1894)

    15MAY1897

    departed Cardiff for Charlestown (Shields Daily Gazette 17MAY1897)

    01SEP1897

    departed the Wear river for Teignmouth (Shields Daily Gazette 02SEP1897)

    16OCT1897

    arrived on the Tyne river from Plymouth (Shields Daily Gazette 16OCT1897)

    24APR1899

    arrived Swansea Prince of Wales dock from Hennebont - load of pitwood - W.Davies & Co (Western Mail 25APR1899)

    24JUN1899

    departed Swansea Prince of Wales dock for St Ives (Western Mail 26JUN1899)

    30JUN1899

    departed Swansea Prince of Wales dock for Cherbourg (Western Mail 01JUL1899)

    08SEP1899

    arrived Swansea North dock from Briton Ferry – 115 – nil (Western Mail 11SEP1899)

    22SEP1899

    arrived Cardiff Bute West dock (Western Mail 23SEP1899)

    16JUL1900

    departed Port of Tyne for Shoreham (Shields Daily Gazette 17JUL1900)

    26JUL1900

    departed Tyne River for Faversham (Shields Daily Gazette 26JUL1900)

    21SEP1900

    departed Middlesbrough for the Tyne (Shields Daily Gazette 24SEP1900)

    22OCT1903

    arrived Gravesend from Ostend (Shields Daily Gazette 22OCT1903)

    03MAY1904

    arrived Appledore from Runcorn with clay (Western Times 04MAY1904)

    22AUG1904

    arrived the Tyne from Par (Shields Daily Gazette 23AJUG1904)

    05SEP1904

    berthed in Tyne Dock (Shields Daily Gazette 05SEP1904)

    10SEP1904

    arrived the Tyne from Exmouth (Shields Daily Gazette 10SEP1904)

    18SEP1904

    arrived Exmouth from the Wear (Sunderland Daily Echo 21SEP1904)

    14APR1906

    departed Exeter for Teignmouth (Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 17APR1900) week-ending 14APR1906

    17JUL1909

    departed Dartmouth for Teignmouth (Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 20JUL1909)

    21JUL1909

    arrived Teignmouth with no load (Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 23JUL1909) week-ending 21JUL1909

    17FEB1908

    The two-masted schooner “Helena Tregenza” owned by Messrs. Nurse Bros. of Gloucester, with coal from Newport,

    was driven on the rocks at Charlestown, St. Austell Bay, Cornwall, early yesterday, and the chances of getting her off

    are remote. The crew are safe. (Manchester Courier and Western Times 18FEB1908)


    17NOV1917

    abandoned in the Bristol Channel – the King awarded the silver medal of gallantry to Julius Jorgenson (chief officer)

    Evert Walberg (second officer) and seamen Ingvald Strom and Nordal Anderson of Norwegian steamship Argo of

    Haugosund for rescuing the shipwrecked crew of the schooner Helena Tregenza


    Royal Cornwall Gazette

    Saturday 13h November 1869

    page 5 column 1
    PORTREATH
    Launch of a SCHOONER – About twelve months ago Mr Massey, builder of the much admired schooner ------ laid down another schooner, and in a very short time all the shares were appropriated. The Vessel ----- ?05 feet long, 23 feet broad and 11 feet 3 inches deep is calculated to carry 250 tons and is built -------- of £2,300. She is classed A1 at Lloyd’s for ---------- is strongly built, beautifully modelled and tastefully finished. The sails were supplied by Mr W. ?Hastings? of St Ives and the ropes by the Sparnon Gate Patent Rope Company Redruth. On Wednesday ?night? about four o’clock she went off the blocks in the presence of hundreds of delighted spectators, and will be ready for the sea by the 18th inst. As Miss Tregenza ------ the bottle from her hand, she said “Good ------ -------- the ‘Helena Tregenza’ in the hope that ------ ------- be a credit to thy builder, a success to thy owner ---- pride of the port.” At seven the owners, their friends and the work people, seventy in all, sat down to a substantial supper, in a commodious room, kindly let by Messers Williams and Co. After supper Mr. Tregenza, the chairman, made a few suitable remarks ------ of the sentiments expressed by his daughter at the launch. A number of gentlemen whose names were associated with the toasts replied during the --------- Dr. Bain spoke strongly in favour of the -------------- of the new ship and expressed himself ?in accord? with the way in which Mr. Massey ------------ the contract. Mr. Richards, touchingly ------ the death of the late Mr Michael Michell his ---- colleague and whom he said all present knew to be ----- of great heart, amiable disposition, and upright ----. Dr Mitchell after thanking the chairman ---- the proceedings so the day which he characterised as pleasant and satisfactory. We hear preparations ----- ready making to lay down a sister ship, Mr. Tregenza having promised to assist Mr Massey in forming a company.

    Copied from a scanned online version of the newspaper from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk
    MYLOR FAMILY 2
    THOMAS

    1791


    m Isabella Hitchens

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    MARY-ANN THOMAS ELIZABETH AMELIA EDWARD-ELLIS ISABELLA JOHN HARRIET

    1815 1817 1819 1821 1824 1827 1830 1836

    m Mary-Anna Bennett m Eliza Vivian m Mary-Jane Champion

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    | JOHN LUCY-VIVIAN KATE HARRIET ANNIE ELIZABETH CHARLES

    | -ELLIS 1857 1858 1861 1863 1864 1866

    | 1856


    __________________|______________________________________________________________________________________________________

    ELIZABETH MARY WILLIAM AMELIA HARRIET CHARLES SARAH ISABELLA JOHN LAURA

    -JANE -ANN -THOMAS 1849 -ANNA -HENRY BENNETT -ELLIS -HENRY 1862

    1843 1844 1847 1853 -BENNETT 1857 1857 -BENNETT

    m Alice-Ada Springer 1854 1859

    | | m Annie Tregenza

    ________________________|______________________ |

    THOMAS-WILLIAM MARY-ANNA-BENNETT MYLOR FAMILY 4

    1893 1894

    m Lilian-Ruby Julian

    |___________

    JOHN-HUGH

    1928

    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (THOMAS baptised 1791 see Mylor Family 1)

    MARY-ANN baptised 16APR1815 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm) 25MAR1815 (19th century Oates family documents), married 10DEC1836 to Nicholas Oates (born 17NOV1812 died 19DEC1897) of St Erme, died 30OCT1837 just after giving birth, daughter survived and was called Mary- Ann Tregenza Oates born 15OCT1837 baptised 08NOV1837 Methodist Chapel (at 1841 census age 3 living with her grandparents THOMAS and ISABELLA Tregenza, at 1851 census living in Saint Mawes with her father [who had married again in 19OCT1840 to Mary-Renfree born 10SEP1816] and his other children, married Charles-Vincent Hosking in Falmouth in 1860 [vol. 5c page 304] and her name at marriage was Mary- Ann Tregenza Oates).

    THOMAS baptised 12APR1817 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1841 census ag .lab. living with parents Mylor village age 20 (to nearest five years), married 05FEB1842 Parish Church St Gluvias EDWARD witness (see certificate), farmer resident at ?Comfort? Mylor at birth of MARY-ANN 1844, part of Allen’s Tregew Mylor (31 acres 2 roods 18 poles) to be let by tender on expiration of leases to THOMAS Tregenza and John Bray (Royal Cornwall Gazette 08OCT1852 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), won court case as grocer of Mylor against Johns for unpaid bill £14- 8s-10d at Falmouth County Court 16MAR1858 (Royal Cornwall Gazette 19MAR1858 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), at 1861 census age 44 born Mylor farmer of 28 acres employing a boy, 99 year lease of 1865 (THOMAS son of THOMAS Tregenza of Mylor) rent 2 shillings Sir Charles Lemon of Carclew to Nicholas Johns of Mylor nurseryman and Richard Hoskin of Penryn merchant Methodist chapel on piece of land 48 feet by 35 feet, won court case as grocer of Mylor against John Tregoning for unpaid bills at Falmouth County Court 09JUL1870 (West Briton 14JUL1870 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), at 1871 census age 52 farmer of 30 acres, farmer of Rose Hill farm, 1874 has leasehold with THOMAS junior for Kemp and others (electoral roll no. 4125 and 4126), at 1881 census born St Gluvias age 63 farmer of 76 acres married Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], farmer and grocer at Mylor Bridge 1883 (Kelly’s Directory), farmer at Mylor Bridge 1889 (Kelly’s Directory), died 02SEP1890 farmer Mylor, will and codicil (Bodmin) dated 04JUL1891 to sons WILLIAM-THOMAS farmer Mylor and JOHN-BENNET farmer Mylor, deceased farmer at marriage of WILLIAM-THOMAS 1892, 1893 document reference WH/1/717 agreement with Robert Henry Bennett concerning leasehold by daughters HARRIET, SARAH-BENNETT, ISABELLA-ELLIS and LAURA see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, 1885 document reference WH/1/708 a 99 year lease rent £1-7-0 Arthur Tremayne of Carclew to Thomas Tregenza consideration £80 lessee’s daughters HARRIET and ISABELLA see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, an assignment of leasehold THOS. sen. of Mylor Bridge farmer to Jn. May of Mylor Bridge shoemaker consideration £20 letter concerning rent see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

    x MARY-ANNA born 1822 St Gluvias, at 1861 census age 38 born St Gluvias, at 1871 census age 46, at 1881 census age 57 farmer’s wife married to THOMAS Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], at 1891 census head of household widow farmer employer age 68 born St Gluvias living Rose Hill farm Mylor, 1899 document reference WH/1/718/1,2 99 year lease with Arthur Tremayne of Carclew and Robert Henry Bennett of Budock to MARY-ANN widow of Mylor and daughter ISABELLA-ELLIS Tregenza of ground at Mylor Bridge bounded on east with poors’ house premises rent £2 and 8 pence see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk , died 12JAN1900 Mylor Bridge wife of late THOMAS (18JAN1900 Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk )



    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    ELIZABETH baptised 01JUN1819 Mylor

    AMELIA baptised 02SEP1821 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1841 census dressmaker living with parents Mylor village age 20 (to nearest five years), at 1851 census unmarried dressmaker age 29 born Mylor, at 1861 census unmarried dressmaker age 39 born Mylor, at 1871 census dressmaker age 49 at home, at 1881 census unmarried head of family age 60 with niece and nephew in law living Mylor Bridge [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 40 page 3] at 1891 census single age 69 born Mylor living with sister HARRIET Jenkin and family Bells Hill Mylor, at 1901 census single age 79 born Mylor living with sister HARRIET Jenkin and family Bells Hill Mylor, probably AMELIA died age 82 (03MAR1904 Cornsihman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)


    EDWARD-ELLIS born 31OCT1824 Mylor, baptised 18NOV1824 Methodist Church Mylor Bridge, at 1841 census carpenter apprentice living with parents Mylor village age 15 (to nearest five years), at 1851 census unmarried age 26 schoolmaster at Redruth Union Workhouse, married March quarter 1853 Redruth district, schoolmaster at birth of JOHN-ELLIS 1856, in 1858 Edw. E. Tregenza Camborne British School won a teachers’ prize for colours/geometry/perspective/model at Penzance School of Art (Royal Cornwall Gazette 14MAY1858 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), 1871 census Camborne district 2 schedule 013 schoolmaster age 46, on 1874 electoral roll an owner occupier at New Road Camborne, died 06MAY1880 Camborne schoolmaster, will dated 17JUN1880 (Bodmin) to JOHN-LEAR shipowner Pool

    x ELIZA born 06MAR1822 Paul, age 49 at 1871 census, at 1881 census widow age 59 born Paul living 5 or 6 Sea View Terrace Camborne, Coll. Corn. notes Vivian Eliza born 06MAR1822 married EDWARD master of a private school at Camborne and that they had children


    ISABELLA born 24FEB1827, baptised 11MAR1827 Mylor Bridge Methodist, at 1841 census living with parents Mylor village age 14, mentioned in a 99 year lease between Sir Charles Lemon of Carclew and her father (see his entry), probably = ISABELLA married December quarter 1849 Falmouth district, probably = ISABELLA died 18AUG1901 Mylor

    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    JOHN born 25DEC1830, baptised 18JAN1831 Mylor Methodist, at 1841 census living with parents Mylor village age 10 (to nearest five years), at 1851 census unmarried employed at home age 20 born Mylor, after a boating accident (see Coroner’s Inquest 05AUG1850 reported in Royal Cornwall Gazette 09AUG1850 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ) when a friend died and he had a lucky escape he joined the Wesleyan church and dedicated his life to Jesus, when engaged to Mary Champion her mother said the Champion family was going to Australia and if he wanted to marry Mary he would have to come as well, married 06JUL1854 St Gluvias, went to Australia 1854, on arrival he present his ‘note of removal’ to Reverend Mr Draper and became associated with the church in Gawler Place, he was appointed to open and run the first country school Gawler River, a local preacher in the Gawler circuit, moved to Bowden and worked for his father –in-law and was involved in the Sunday school, later moved to Port Gawler became in charge of the day school, as there were no Wesleyans there he became active in the church, also active in Tod Street Wesleyan Church (where ?), also schoolmaster Woodville at some time, he was caught in a storm on his way to Gawler Town to hear Rev. Mr Taylor preach, he caught a cold that developed into tuberculosis, he returned to Bowden to die among family, died Saturday 04AUG1866 at Bowden

    x MARY-JANE born 1832, family and husband went to South Australia by ship Magdalena from Plymouth (Falmouth ?) arrived Port Adelaide 14JAN1855, family were ship's chandlers, ran a general store after husband’s death, died 01MAR1910 after ailing for sometime from an internal complaint (Cairns Post 05FEB1910 page 4)


    HARRIET born 10MAY1836, baptised 18SEP1836 Mylor Bridge Methodist, at 1841 census living with parents Mylor village age 5, at 1851 census age 15 born Mylor, at 1861 census unmarried shop girl in grocer’s age 24 born Mylor, married Joseph Jenkin possibly = HARRIET married March quarter 1863 Falmouth, at 1891 census wife age 54 of Joseph Jenkin Shipwright Royal Navy (employee) living Bells hill Mylor with son Arthur (fitter) and sister AMELIA age 69 as boarder, her and husband living Mylor in1919
    JOHN-ELLIS born 08DEC1856 New Road Camborne (see certificate)

    LUCY-VIVIAN born 1857 Camborne, named after mother - maiden name VIVIAN, spinster of Camborne, at 1871 census age 15, at 1881 census governess (P) living at 5 Sea View Terrace Camborne, at 1891 census teacher at the board school single age 35 living with brother CHARLES and sister ELIZABETH at Bassett Road Camborne, at 1901 census housekeeper age 45 16 Basset Road Camborne living with sister ELIZABETH, 1902 Kelly’s directory Misses Tregenza resident Bassett Road Camborne, 1906 Kelly’s directory Miss Tregenza resident Bassett Road Camborne, at 1911 census head of household single house keeper of boarding house with eight rooms at Basset Road Camborne age 54 born Camborne Cornwall, 1919 Kelly’s directory Miss Tregenza resident Bassett Road Camborne, died 18APR1925 spinster of 10 Bassett Street Camborne, will dated 30MAY1925 (London)



    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    KATE born 1858 approx. Camborne, at 1861 census daughter age 3 living at home

    HARRIET born 1862 Camborne, at 1871 census scholar age 11, may = Harriet Ball age 20 born Tuckingmill living in Davey's Row Illogan at 1881 census (FHL film 1341560 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2332 folio 75 page 3) wife to George M Ball pattern maker in iron foundry (E&M) age 25 (born St Blazey), see other HARRIET

    ANNIE born 1863 Camborne, at 1871 census scholar age 9, at 1881 census drapers assistant age 19 living at 5 Sea View Terrace Camborne

    ELIZABETH born 1864 Camborne, at 1871 census scholar age 8, at 1881 census pupil teacher age 18 living at 5 Sea View Terrace Camborne, at 1891 census draper’s clerk age 28 living with brother CHARLES and sister LUCY-V. at Bassett Road Camborne, at 1901 census single draper’s clerk age 38 living with sister LUCY-V.

    CHARLES born 1866 Camborne, at 1871 census scholar age 6, at 1881 census teacher (scho) living at 5 Sea View Terrace Camborne, at 1891 census head of household with sisters LIZZIE and LUCY-V. at Basset Road Camborne single age 26 out of work due to bad health
    ELIZABETH-JANE born 1843 March quarter Falmouth district, baptised 27MAR1853 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1851 census scholar age 8 born Mylor living with grandparents THOMAS and ISABELLA, at 1861 census unmarried age 18 born Mylor living with grandparents THOMAS and ISABELLA, married Nicholas-Treweeke Thomas

    MARY-ANN born 16OCT1844 Mylor (see certificate), baptised 27MAR1853 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1851 census scholar age 6 born Mylor living with grandparents THOMAS and ISABELLA, at 1861 census unmarried dairymaid age 15 born Mylor, at 1871 census unmarried daughter age 25 grocer at home, married John Dunn (ships carpenter from Isle of Wight, born approx. 1844) by 1881, at 1881 census grocer age 33 living with husband in AMELIA’s (unmarried aunt) house Mylor Bridge



    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    WILLIAM-THOMAS born 1847 Mylor, , in 1848 a 99 year lease to WILLIAM and THOMAS rent 5 shillings Sir Charles Lemon of Carclew to John Symons of Mylor yeoman piece of ground bounded on north with Tregenza’s house on east with high road and on west with John Rowe’s - document reference WH/1/644 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk possibly his father THOMAS including him in the lease for succession, baptised 27MAR1853 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm) of Tregoweth Farm Mylor, at 1861 census unmarried age 13 helping on farm born Mylor, at 1871 census unmarried age 23 at home, at 1881 census born Mylor age 31 farmer’s son Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], at 1891 census single age 40 farmer’s son employer born Mylor living with mother at Rose Hill farm Mylor, married 07JAN1892 St Johns Church Stratford West Ham bachelor age 38 farmer of Mylor, farmer at birth of MARY-ANNA-BENNETT 1894, probably W. Tregenza helping with Widows’ and Orphans’ fund from Mylor Carol Service (11JAN1900 Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), farmer W. Rose Hill Mylor Bridge 1902 (Kelly’s directory), at 1911 census head of household married farmer age 62 born Mylor Bridge living Tregoweth Farm Mylor Cornwall

    x ALICE-ADA born 1867 approx., spinster age 25 of Caernarvon Road Stratford at marriage, at 1911 census wife age 44 born Kensington Place London

    AMELIA born 1849, baptised 27MAR1853 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm),, at 1861 census scholar age 12 born Mylor, married Robert Lee, probably = AMELIA married March quarter 1871 Falmouth district, her son Bennett Lee staying with her sister HARRIET-ANN at 1911 census

    HARRIET-ANN born approximately 1850, baptised 27MAR1853 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1861 census scholar age 10 born Mylor, at 1871 census unmarried age 19 at home, at 1881 census born Mylor age 28 farmer’s daughter unmarried Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], at 1891 census single age 37 domestic cook born Mylor living Rose Hill farmer Mylor, at 1911 census head of household single employed and ‘of private means’ age 60 born Mylor Cornwall living New Row Mylor Bridge with nephew Bennett Lee son of her sister AMELIA, died 26SEP1914 New Row Mylor Bridge, will (London) dated 12OCT1915, see other HARRIET

    CHARLES-HENRY-BENNETT baptised 1854 (01NOV1857 Mylor in IGI and Truro Museum microfilm), died when young.

    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    SARAH-BENNETT born September quarter 1853 Falmouth district, baptised 01NOV1857 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm),, at 1861 census scholar age 7 born Mylor, at 1871 census unmarried age 17 grocer’s assistant at home, at 1881 census born Mylor age 26 farmer’s daughter unmarried Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], at 1891 census daughter single age 35 grocer (notem) born Mylor living Rose hill farm Mylor, in 1901 census head of household single age 47 grocer and general dealer Main Street Mylor Bridge, died 24JUN1901 Mylor a spinster but Miss S. Tregenza grocer Mylor Bridge 1902 (Kelly’s Directory), administration (London) dated 17JAN1916 to WILLIAM-THOMAS farmer Mylor and JOHN-BENNETT farmer Mylor. The dates could match thus – the 1901 census was taken Sunday 31MAR1901 before her death date 24JUN1901 – the appearance of her in Kelly’s directory could be due to the delay in publishing the information gathered earlier for the directory – 15 years seems a long time to sort out her administration but she did die at a young age, had a business and no will plus she did not have a husband or children to which the estate could easily pass.

    ISABELLA-ELLIS baptised 01NOV1857 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1861 census scholar age 5, at 1871 census scholar age 14, at 1881 census born Mylor age 24 farmer’s daughter unmarried Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], 1891 census single age 33 housemaid born Mylor Rose Hill farm Mylor. probably not married, died 18AUG1901 age 45 Mylor, see other ISABELLA


    JOHN-HENRY-BENNETT born June quarter 1859 Falmouth district volume 52 page 221, baptised 04NOV1860 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1861 census age 2 born Mylor, at 1871 census scholar age 11, at 1881 census age 22 born Mylor farmer’s son unmarried Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], married 04JAN1888 Paul farmer of Mylor age 28 witness JOHN-R Tregenza and CHARLES Tregenza [see Newlyn Family 1], "John Tregenza of Carvinack Mylor ??? Miss Annie ??? Mousehole celebrated their we?? on Saturday" [04JAN1913] (09JAN1913 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk )), at 1891 census farmer (notem) age 32 Mylor Bridge, at 1911 census head of household married farmer age 52 born Mylor living Carvinick [Carvinack] Mylor, died 24OCT1944 Mylor, will (Llandudno) dated 13FEB1945 to HERBERT-CHARLES

    x ANNIE Tregenza of Newlyn family 1, second cousin to husband (her grandfather ROBERT younger brother of his grandfather THOMAS 1791), story that they visited their mutual cousins (children of EDWARD-ELLIS) in Camborne as an excuse to meet each other, at 1891 census wife age 32 born Mousehole has two children (see Mylor 4), at 1911 census wife age 52 born Paul Cornwall has six children (see Mylor 4)

    LAURA born September quarter 1862 Mylor, scholar age 8 at 1871 census, at 1881 census born Mylor age 18 farmer’s daughter unmarried Rose Hill Farm Mylor [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 34 page 7], at 1891 census age 25 born Mylor dairymaid singe living Rose Hill farm Mylor, married Thomas Hingston 15JUL1900 at Mylor (12JUL Cornishman & 26JUL1900 Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk )

    NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
    THOMAS-WILLIAM born 1893 approx, Mylor Bridge, farmer Mylor 1906 (Kelly’s Directory), Tregoweth Farm, at 1911 census single farmer’s son working on farm age 18 born Mylor Bridge, married September quarter 1924 Falmouth district, died 29AUG1931 at Falmouth Hospital farmer at Tregoweth Farm Mylor, funeral 01SEP1931 leaving the house at 2.30 (31AUG1931 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), administration (London) dated 29OCT1931 to his widow LILIAN-RUBY

    x LILIAN-RUBY died 11APR1973 Tregoweth Mylor, administration (Bristol) dated 14JUN1973



    MARY-ANNA-BENNETT born 26MAR1894 Rose Hill Mylor, at 1911 census single farmer’s daughter dairy work age 17 born Mylor Bridge, married Harry Hutchens June quarter 1918 Falmouth district
    JOHN-HUGH born March quarter 1928 possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
    OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2
    Constructed from information from:

    1. Unconnected Family 53 (Falmouth) was added here (see below)

    2. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

    3. letter from Lexie Nicholls

    4. Sandra Tregenza of P O Box 932 Geelong Victoria Australia

    5. email from Douglas Bilton relative of AMELIA 1849

    6. letters from John Seagrove mostly about JOHN-LEAR 1818 of Mylor Family 1 and the schooner Helena Tregenza

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