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OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
1851 census Mylor Bridge HO 107/1911

THOMAS

Tregenza

head

married

60

farmer25 acres

Mylor

ISABELLA

Tregenza

wife

married

50




Mylor

AMELIA

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

29

dressmaker

Mylor

JOHN

Tregenza

son

unmarried

20

employed at home

Mylor

HARRIET

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

15




Mylor

ANN

Tregenza

sister

unmarried

50

gentleman’s cook

Mylor

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

grand-daughter

unmarried

8

scholar

Mylor

MARY A.

Tregenza

grand-daughter

unmarried

6




Mylor

1891 census Bells Hill Mylor RG12/1833 from www.findmypast.co.uk



Joseph

Jenkin

head

married

54

Shipwright Royal Navy

Mylor

Harriet

Jenkin

wife

married

54




Mylor

Arthur

Jenkin

son

unmarried

22

Fitter

Banff Scotland

AMELIA

Tregenza

boarder

unmarried

69




Mylor

Amelia is older sister of Harriet
1901 census Bells Hill Mylor RG13/2225 page 16 schedule 85

Joseph

Jenkin

head

married

64

Naval pensioner

Mylor

Harriet

Jenkin

wife

married

64




Mylor

Arthur

Jenkin

son

unmarried

32

Marine engine maker fitter

Scotland

AMELIA

Tregenza

boarder

unmarried

79




Mylor

Amelia is older sister of Harriet

OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
1901 census 16 Basset Road Camborne RG13/2243 page 3

LUCY-V.

Tregenza

head

single

45

Housekeeper

Camborne Cornwall

ELIZABETH

Tregenza

sister

single

38

Draper’s clerk

Camborne Cornwall

John

Loch *

boarder

single

17

Bank clerk

Endellion Cornwall

David-B.

Gamble

boarder

single

23

Mining student

(not given)

* maybe Lock

1901 census General Shop Main Street Mylor Bridge RG13/2225 page 2



SARAH-B.

Tregenza

head

single

47

Grocer and general dealer

Cornwall Mylor

HARRIET-A.

Tregenza

sister

single

50

Grocer’s assistant

Cornwall Mylor

ISABELLA-E.

Tregenza

sister

single

45




Cornwall Mylor

1911 census Tregoweth Farm Mylor RG14/13882 from www.1901censusonline.com



WILLIAM-THOMAS

Tregenza

head

married

62

farmer

Mylor Bridge Cornwall

ALICE-ADA

Tregenza

wife

married

44




Kensington Place London

THOMAS

Tregenza

son

single

18

farmer’s son working on farm

Mylor Bridge Cornwall

MARY-ANNA

Tregenza

daughter

single

17

farmer’s daughter dairy work

Mylor Bridge Cornwall


OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
1861 census Basset Road Camborne RG9/1583 St Martins Camborne district 2 folio 34 page 11 schedule 46 from www.freecen.org.uk

EDWARD-E.

Tregenza

head

married

36

schoolmaster

Mylor Cornwall

ELIZA

Tregenza

wife

married

39




Paul Cornwall

LUCY

Tregenza

daughter




5




Camborne Cornwall

KATE

Tregenza

daughter




3




Camborne Cornwall

HARRIET

Tregenza

daughter




1




Camborne Cornwall

Mary-A.

Hocking

sevnt

single

17

house servant

Guernsey

1851 census Mylor Bridge HO107/1911 district 2d folio 114 page 23 schedule 96 from www.freecen.org.uk



THOMAS

Tregenza

head

married

34

farmer of 29 acres

Mylor Cornwall

MARY-ANN

Tregenza

wife

married

29




Mylor Cornwall

WILLIAM

Tregenza

son

-

4




Mylor Cornwall

AMELIA

Tregenza

dau

-

2




Mylor Cornwall

HARRIET

Tregenza

dau

-

1m




Mylor Cornwall

1871 census Mylor district 4 schedule 25 from Kindred Konnections



THOMAS

Tregenza

head

widower

79

farmer of 18 acres

Mylor Cornwall

AMELIA

Tregenza

dau

unmarried

49

dressmaker

Mylor Cornwall

Francis

Rowe

servant

unmarried

14

farm sv indrs

Mylor Cornwall


OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)

1891 census Basset Road St Martins Camborne RG12/1850 district 2 folio 35 page 20 schedule 135 from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk



CHARLES-E.

Tregenza

head

single

26

out of a situation due to bad health

Camborne Cornwall

LUCY-V.

Tregenza

sister

single

35

teacher board school

Camborne Cornwall

LIZZIE

Tregenza

sister

single

28

drapers clerk

Camborne Cornwall

1881 census 6 Sea View Terrace Camborne RG11/2334 district 3 folio 76 page 40 schedule 221 from www.freecen.org.uk



ELIZA

Tregenza

head

widow

59




Paul Cornwall

LUCY

Tregenza

daughter

single

25

governess

Camborne Cornwall

ANNIE

Tregenza

daughter

single

19

drapers assistant

Camborne Cornwall

LIZZIE.

Tregenza

daughter

single

18

pupil teacher

Camborne Cornwall

CHARLES

Tregenza

son

single

16

teacher (school)

Camborne Cornwall

1901 census New Row Mylor Bridge RG14/13883 from www.1901censusonline.com



HARRIET

Tregenza

head

single

60

Private means

Cornwall Mylor

Bennett

Lee

nephew

single

18

Student for elementary school teacher

Cornwall Mylor

1901 census Bassett Road Camborne RG14/13883 from www.1901censusonline.com



LUCY-V.

Tregenza

head

single

54

Housekeeper of boarding house

Cornwall Redruth


OTHER INFORMATION MYLOR FAMILY 2 (continued)
Note:

  • John of Tregoweth Farm Mylor queries Edward Ellis married but there is a record.

  • Mr Sobey says that a first cousin to Johnnie and Annie Tregenza called Charles ran a private school in Camborne and had a daughter called Lucy. This may be confused with Edward-Ellis, uncle to Johnnie and Annie, who was a school teacher in Camborne and had children called Charles and Lucy (unless Charles took over and was married with daughter Lucy).

  • Children of THOMAS and MARY-ANN probably born in Mylor Bridge and probably non-conformist yet baptisms of eight children occurred in 1853 and 1857 in Mylor church.

  • Note block baptisms in 27MAR1853 and 01NOV1857 (IGI) presumed all brothers and sisters.

  • See AMELIA born 02SEP1821 record in Unconnected Family 77

  • IGI records EDWARD baptised 13OCT1850 Truro and see Unconnected Family 79 for THOMAS-ALLEN baptised 14NOV1847 Truro parents EDWARD and ELIZABETH

MYLOR FAMILY 3

HENRY-SHOLL

1788

m Betsy


__________________|___________________________________________________________________________________________________

EDWARD HENRY WILLIAM ELIZABETH-ANN THOMAS-JOHN THOMAS-RICHARDS CHARLES

1818 1820 1823 1826 1828 1830

m1 Mary-Ann Pearce m Fanny Webster m Amelia Medlyn

m2 Mary-Ann Sheppard | |

| ______|__________ MYLOR FAMILY 5

| WILLIAM-HENRY

| 1851


| m Rebecca Stephens/Moore

| |____


| ADA

| 1879


1_____________________________________________________________________________________________

EDWARD-HENRY ALFRED-ERNEST CHARLES-NICHOLAS EDWARD-HENRY

1850 1852 1855 1862

m Elizabeth- K'nard Reid m Emma-Patience Fearnside m Amelia Jackman

| | |__________________________

CANADIAN FAMILY 1 | EMMA-AGNES EDWARD

| 1888 m ?

____________________________________|_________________

NETTIE CHARLES-E CHARLES-HERBERT 1896

1883 m1 Margaret-D. Harland-Smith

m2 Pat Close

1_________________|_______________________

KATHLEEN-DOROTHY MARGERY-ELINOR

1923


NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 3 (HENRY-SHOLL baptised 1788 see Mylor Family 1)
EDWARD baptised 11JAN1818 Mylor, first marriage 28OCT1845 at Budock parish church labourer in Budock (see certificate), servant at birth of EDWARD-HENRY 1850, 1851 census general servant age 30 at 56 Tregear Street Flushing with son Edward wife Mary-Ann and her father John Pearce a former miner, ostler at birth of ALFRED-ERNEST 1852, a coffee-house keeper at court case about killing of his son EDWARD-HENRY in 1858 (see son’s entry), at 1861 census eating house keeper age 39 Market Street Falmouth and 05OCT1862 when Edward born, 1862 ran horse gig cab, 1864 was a carrier, second marriage 18JAN1871 Christ Church cathedral Hamilton Canada, in 1871 census as TregAnza, died 04JAN1891 age 71 London Ontario Canada

x MARY-ANN born 1820 Perran-ar-Worthal, spinster of Budock at marriage (father John miner born Constantine, mother Mary Williams), age 36 at 1861 census (father John Pearce soldier pensioner age 78 in household), died 20SEP1870 (UK, USA or Hamilton Canada ?)

x MARY-ANN (MARIANNE) widow on marriage and of Hamilton Ontario

HENRY baptised 05NOV1820 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1841 census ag. lab. age 20 (to nearest 5 years) at parents’ home Mylor village, at 1851 census unmarried oyster dredger age 30 lodger at house of Webster family 77 Mylor Bridge, probably = HENRY married June quarter 1851 Falmouth district, labourer of Mylor Bridge at birth of son WILLIAM-HENRY 1851, at 1861 census lived household 27 Nan Trelew Mylor married fisherman age 41 born Mylor and ABIGAIL with family of Mylor Family 6 were living at household 27 two doors away, quoted as labourer of Mylor Bridge at his son’s WILLIAM-HENRY marriage 1878 though he died before 1871 census and probably = HENRY died June quarter 1865 Falmouth district



x FANNY born approx. 1808 Mylor, at 1861 census age 53 born Mylor also present in household were two Webster relatives Jane age 28 mariner’s wife and Grace age 1, at 1871 census widow age 63, at 1881 census widow age 73 head of household former housekeeper born Tregew [film 13415555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 40 page 3] possibly FANNY died June quarter 1886 age 76 Falmouth district volume 5c page 128

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
WILLIAM born 1823, baptised 1825 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), IGI record baptism 31AUG1823 Mylor, probably WILLIAM age 14 at quarter sessions of the court on 05JAN1838 charged with Edward Griffiths Preston age 20 of stealing two shirts property of John Hodge of Mylor notice in the West Briton newspaper (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com), probably WILLIAM age 14 tried 02JAN1838 Cornwall for larceny sentenced to 14 days imprisonment and to be whipped then tried 28MAR1838 Cornwall Lent Assizes for stealing a watch from the house of Jane Cock at Budock on 08MAR1838 larceny before convicted of felony punishment 10 years transportation (see various detailed newspaper reports of Royal Cornwall Gazette 05APR1839 and Western Times 06APR1839 (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), received onboard prison hulk “York” moored at Gosport on 26APR1839 (single, can read and write, labourer convicted and imprisoned twice before), 26MAY1839 transferred to prison hulk “Euryalus” moored at Chatham, surgeon states 190 boy and 10 men prisoners embarked at Sheerness from “Euryalus” 06NOV1839, departed London on first voyage of the “Runnymede” 20DEC1839 arrived Hobart Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) 28MAR1840 (99 day voyage with 200 convicts master W.B. Forward and Surgeon Peter Fisher) – on voyage sick or hurt (cynanche tonsillaris 01JAN1840 to 07JAN1840) and (dol.Lat. ? 12MAR1840 to 14MAR1840), description - labourer - height 4 feet 5 and a quarter inches - complexion ruddy - head large - hair brown - no whiskers - visage oval - forehead high - eyebrows brown - eyes light hazel - mouth large - chin round - native of Falmouth, conduct record in Tasmania - crime transported for stealing a watch – previous offence stealing potatoes – 03AUG1840 assigned Port Arthur – 15OCT1844 14 days solitary confinement for misconduct at Point Puer – 26MAR1849 certificate of freedom, emancipation records – 25OCT1879 a month in house of correction for vagrancy at Hobart – 08DEC1879 three months in house of correction for being idle and disorderly at Hobart, possibly the WILLIAM Tregenza arrested for pilfering at the South Star Company in Sebastopol Victoria 03JAN1899 (‘The Mercury’ Hobart) (from Convict Records via Patricia [Trish] Symonds psym8950@bigpond.net.au ] [see also http://www.cornwall-opc.org/Resc/pdfs/convicts.pdf referring to jngwheeler@bigpond.com and http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au] though possibly also WILLIAM in 1851 census unmarried agricultural labourer age 28 born Ladock lodger at 9 Treloweth Uny Lelant St Erth

ELIZABETH-ANN baptised 22JAN1826 Mylor (IGI & Truro Museum microfilm), at 1841 census labourer age 15 (to nearest five years) at parents’ home Mylor village, may be ELIZABETH at 1851 census is head of household unmarried charwoman age 24 born Mylor living Mutton Row Penryn with brother THOMAS unmarried blacksmith age 18 and children ELIZA-ANN age 6 and WILLIAM age 3 (both must be illegitimate), may be ELIZA- ANN of Penryn married George Buckingham of HMS St George 06APR1864 St Gluvias or more likely married March quarter 1854 Falmouth district (Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ).



NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
THOMAS-JOHN baptised 05OCT1828 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), see lease document reference WH/1/644 with brother WILLIAM see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, is probably the same person as THOMAS-JOHN (head of Mylor Family 5) who ran ferry boat Falmouth to Flushing, called black-eyed JACK, at 1841 census at parents’ home Mylor village age 14, at 1851 census unmarried blacksmith age 18 living with sister ELIZABETH at Mutton Row Penryn, married 03JAN1856 St Gluvias, at 1861 census blacksmith age 27 born Penryn living Manchester Buildings Falmouth, blacksmith of Winchester Buildings Falmouth Town at birth of HENRY 1869, at 1871 census blacksmith age 36 born Mylor living Beacon Street Falmouth, he was a smith of Beacon Street Falmouth at birth of LILLA 1873, at 1881 census age 48 boatman on seas of 1 Dunning’s Yard Falmouth born Mylor, boatman in 1887 at marriage of daughter EMMA

x AMELIA (Medlyn, Mealin etc.) born 1839 approx. Penryn/Falmouth, at 1881 census age 42 born Penryn, at 1891 census head of family married age 51 living 5 Prince Street Falmouth, at 1901 census head of household servant domestic (works on ‘own account’) widow age 60 (last digit not clear) born Falmouth Cornwall living 2 Jeffrey’s Cottage High Street Falmouth with son JOHN, at 1911 census [see Mylor Family 5] head of household widow house keeper at home age 73 born Penryn Cornwall living behind 45 High Street Falmouth with son JOHN

THOMAS-RICHARDS baptised 25AUG1833 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm & IGI), at 1841 census age 11 at parents’ home Mylor village

CHARLES of Camborne doubtful (no record found), Lucy and Elizabeth suggested as daughters and Charles as school-master (confusion ? with EDWARD-ELLIS Mylor Family 2)


WILLIAM-HENRY born 17NOV1851 Mylor Bridge (see certificate), baptised 21DEC1851 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1861 census scholar age 9 born Mylor, at 1871 census unmarried agricultural labourer age 19, married 10JAN1878 Wesleyan Methodist Church Falmouth labourer age 26 to Rebecca Moore widow age 42, at 1881 census agricultural labourer age 29 living Mylor Bridge married with 6 step children (Moore) and one of his own, 1891 census head of family married age 39 agricultural labourer employee living Mill Tenements Restronguet Ferry Mylor Bridge with own daughter and four step children (Moore), at 1901 census head of household agricultural worker age 49 born Cornwall Mylor living Mill Lane Mylor, 10 year lease rent £7 and 17 shillings from William Francis Tremayne of Carclew to William Henry Tregenza of Mylor dwelling house and garden now occupied by the lessee near Mill Quay at Mylor Bridge also Cliff close near Mill Quay 1906 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

x REBECCA born 1836 St Kea (maiden name probably Stephens but mother age 95 surname Buzza), first marriage Henry Moore, second to WILLIAM, at 1881 census age 45 born St Kea living Mylor Bridge [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 44 page 11], at 1891 census wife age 55, at 1901 census wife age 65 born Gwennap



NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
ADA born DEC1879 Mylor (or Kea according to the website familysearch.com)(Falmouth district December quarter 1879 volume 5c page 157), baptised 1880 Mylor (Truro Museum microfilm), at 1881 census age 1 born Mylor living Mylor Bridge [film 1341555 PRO ref RG11 piece 2315 folio 44 page 11], at 1891 census scholar age 11 at home, at 1901 census single age 21 born Cornwall Mylor living with step-sister Emma Brown née Moore and family, married 17NOV1904 at Mylor tp Samuel-Chalres Rawling of Mylor
EDWARD-HENRY born 03MAR1850 Flushing, baptised 06MAY1850 Mylor (IGI & Truro Museum microfilm), at 1851 census born Mylor but no age given, died 27FEB1858, shot dead 1858 age 8 by young male cousin of Tregoweth Farm Mylor for walking on his wall (see as reported Royal Cornwall Gazette on page 8 19FEB1858 and report of court case on page 12MAR1858 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), gravestone in Mylor churchyard

ALFRED-ERNEST born 10OCT1852 Market Strand Falmouth, scholar age 7 at 1861 census, married 27MAR1878 Winsor Ontario, 1881 census engineer age 28 married Church of England living Windsor Essex Ontario [film 1375917 number C-13281 district 181, sub-district M division 3 page 78 household number 387], train engineer on GWR in Hamilton Ontario Canada, died in train accident 1890/1891

x ELIZABETH-K'NARD born 1859 Hamilton Ontario, 1881 census Scottish origin age 22 married Presbyterian living Windsor Essex Ontario [film 1375917 number C-13281 district 181, sub-district M division 3 page 78 household number 387], died 04FEB1921 Detroit USA

CHARLES-NICHOLAS born 08JAN1855 Market Strand Falmouth, scholar at 1861 census, married 11DEC1879 Hamilton Canada, 1891 census age 36 house 12 Ward 7 district 72 Hamilton City Ontario1891 www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census, at 1901 census age 46 of ward 7 Hamilton Ontario, arrived Ellis Island New York 1903 age 47 married English on Oceanic from Liverpool last place of residence Hamilton Ontario www.ellisisland.org , "Cornishmen in Hamilton ... C.N. Tregenza of Falmouth who expressed his pleasure that a Cornishmen's association had been formed in the city. He spoke chiefly of his native county and told of..." (Cornishman 07MAY1908 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), died 04SEP1948

x EMMA-PATIENCE born 1858 approx., at 1881 census age 23 born England Canadian Methodist living Hamilton City Ontario, 1891 census age 33 wife living with CHARLES-NICHOLAS and NETTIE Hamilton City Ontario, at 1901 census wife age 43 living with husband and son and daughter

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
EDWARD-HENRY born 05OCT1862 Market Street Falmouth, married Detroit USA, lost hand, railway worker in 1882

x AMELIA
EMMA-AGNES born 16SEP1888 Middlesex London Ontario

EDWARD

x ?
NETTIE born 16MAY1883, at 1891 census age 8 living with parents, at 1901 census age 17 living with parents, married Mr Thomas, then married Mr Evans of Toronto



CHARLES-E died young

CHARLES-HERBERT born 18JAN1896 Hamilton Canada, at 1901 census age 5 living with parents, unmarried stenographer of 47 Delaware Avenue Hamilton Ontario (next of kin Mother Emma of same address) joined Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 10APR1916 as sergeant (previously in 13th Royal Regiment Hamilton), departed 31DEC1937 married executive age 41 with wife and two daughters on ship Washington from Southampton to New York, arrived Detroit Michigan age 44 09SEP1940, Social Security number 113-01-6224 issued New York before 1951, departed 20JAN1954 executive age 58 with daughter Margery on ship Mauretania from Southampton to New York, died 14FEB1985.

x MARGARET-D. born 1899 approx., 25OCT1926 married housewife age 25 with daughter embarked on ship Alaunia departing Southampton for Quebec Canada, 31DEC1937 age 38 with husband and daughters embarked on ship Washington departing Southampton for New York, died 1972

x PAT, in www.intelius PATRICIA-A and CHARLES-H. are relatives and registered as living in Thetford Vermont.


KATHLEEN-DOROTHY born 1923 approx.; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

MARGERY-ELINOR born 1929 approx.; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.



OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3
Constructed from information from:

  1. David Tregenza, 155 Cedarwald Drive, Rochester, Michigan 48306 USA (of CANADIAN FAMILY 1) on EDWARD 1818 and ALFRED-ERNEST

  2. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

  3. an extract of letter from Miss Bertha Bunn about her aunt MARY-ANN Tregenza neé Pearce.

  4. a letter from Mr & Mrs Jefferree 18SEP1974

  5. a letter from Charles-Herbert Tregenza of New York and Bermuda in 1970s

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

  7. Convict Records from Patricia (Trish) Symonds psym8950@bigpond.net.au

  8. the marriage certificates of WILLIAM-HENRY to Rebecca Moore and EDWARD to Mary-Ann

  9. the birth certificate WILLIAM-HENRY 1851

  10. pedigree chart, family group, IGI and individual records from www.familysearch.org

  11. Canadian census 1891 www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census

  12. Canadian census 1901 http://automatedgenealogy.com

  13. Canadian immigration records from www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/immigration

  14. Canadian soldiers in the First World War records from www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/cef

  15. Detroit border crossings 1905-1957 www.ancestry.co.uk

  16. leases from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

  17. copies of birth entries at Somerset House

  18. photograph of the gravestone of EDWARD-HENRY 1850-1858, Mylor and Mylor church

  19. passenger records from www.ellisisland.org

  20. passenger lists for passengers leaving UK from www.findmypast.co.uk

  21. notice in the West Briton newspaper (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com)

  22. www.intelius

  23. www.cornwall-opc-database.org

  24. www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk

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

  26. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
Constructed from information from (continued):

  1. 1851, 1861, 1871 and 1891 census records from reading census fiches, www.findmypast.co.uk, Kindred Konnections and Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net plus 1901 census from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

1851 census 56 Tregear/Tregew Street Flushing from letter of Mr & Mrs Jefferree and by reading the fiche



EDWARD

TregenzO

head

married

30

general servant

Mylor

MARY-ANN

TregenzO

wife

married

27




Mylor

EDWARD

TregenzO

son

unmarried

1




Mylor

John

Pearce

father-in-law

widower

69

formerly a miner

Constantine

1851 census Mutton Row Penryn HO107/1911 district 2d folio 572 page 12 schedule 55 from www.freecen.org.uk



ELIZABETH

Tregenza

head

unmarried

24

charwoman

Mylor

THOMAS

Tregenza

brother

unmarried

18

blacksmith

Mylor

ELIZA-ANN

Tregenza

daughter




6

charwoman’s daughter

Mylor

WILLIAM

Tregenza

son




3

charwoman’s son

Falmouth


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
1861 census Market Street Falmouth district 2 folio 54 page 36 schedule 174 first source unknown later found in www.freecen.org.uk

EDWARD

Tregenza

head

married

39

eating house keeper.

Mylor

MARY-ANN

Tregenza

wife nee Pearce

married

36




Perran

ALFRED-ERNEST

Tregenza

son

unmarried

7

scholar

Falmouth

CHARLES-NICHOLAS

Tregenza

son

unmarried

5

scholar

Falmouth

John

Pearce

father-in-law

widower

78

soldier pensioner *

Constantine

Sarah

Michell

servant

unmarried

22

house servant

Kenwyn

Mary-Ann

Bash

boarder

unmarried

20

dress maker

Mylor

John

Pearce

boarder

unmarried

39

master mariner

Mylor

Chas

Bannister

boarder

unmarried

34

seaman

Plymouth

Octavius

Drew

boarder

unmarried

27

livery stable keeper

Kenwyn

* also mentioned in one source as ‘ex-miner’

1881 Mylor Bridge FHL film 1341555 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2315 folio 44 page 11 from Lyn Nash



WILLIAM

Tregenza

head

married

29

ag. lab.

Mylor

REBECCA

Tregenza

wife

married

45




St Kea

Emma

Moore

stepdaughter

unmarried

21




Mylor

Charles

Moore

stepson

unmarried

19

ag. lab.

Mylor

Edward

Moore

stepson




16

ag. lab.

Mylor

Thomas

Moore

stepson




11

scholar

Mylor

George

Moore

stepson




10

scholar

Mylor

Richard

Moore

stepson




8

scholar

Mylor

ADA

Tregenza

daughter




1




Mylor


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
1891 census Mill tenements Restronguet Ferry Mylor Bridge RG12/1833 district 4 folio 45 page 18 schedule 127 from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk

WILLIAM

Tregenza

head

married

39

agricultural labourer

Mylor

REBECCA

Tregenza

wife

married

55




Mylor

Edward

Moore

stepson

unmarried

21

gardener domestic

Mylor

Thomas

Moore

stepson

unmarried

21

agricultural labourer

Mylor

George

Moore

stepson

unmarried

20

agricultural labourer

Mylor

Richard

Moore

stepson

unmarried

18

gardener domestic

Mylor

ADA

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

11

scholar

Mylor

1861 census 27 Nan Trelew Mylor 308/1 RG9 1564



HENRY

Tregenza

head

married

41

fisherman

Mylor

FANNY

Tregenza

wife

married

53




Mylor

WILLIAM

Tregenza

son




9

scholar

Mylor

Jane

Webster*

visitor

married

28

**

St Kea

Grace

Webster*

visitor




1




Mylor

* FANNY formerly Webster so these are her relations ** mariner’s wife

Note: ABIGAIL and family of Mylor Family 6 were living at 25 NanTrelew


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
1841 census HO107/138/10 folio 57 page 15 Mylor village (ages to nearest 5 years) from www.freecen.org.uk

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

1871 census Mylor district 4 schedule 18 from Kindred Konnections



FANNY

Tregenza

head

married

63

ag. lab.

Mylor

WM.-H.

Tregenza

son

unmarried

19

ag. lab.

Mylor Bridge

1851 census HO107/1917 district 1e folio 79 page 11 at 9 Treloweth St Erth Uny Lelant from www.freecen.org.uk



John

Hodge

head

married

44

farm labourer

Sithney Cornwall

Elizabeth

Hodge

Wife

married

45




St Just Cornwall

William

Hodge

son

unmarried

17

tin miner

St Erth Cornwall

John

Hodge

son

unmarried

14

tin miner

St Erth Cornwall

Robert

Hodge

son




5




St Erth Cornwall

WILLIAM

Tregenza

lodger

unmarried

28

agricultural labourer

Ladock Cornwall


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)
1901 census Mill Lane Mylor RG13/2225 page 19 schedule 131 from www.1901censusonline.com

WILLIAM-H.

Tregenza

head

married

49

agricultural labourer

Cornwall Mylor

REBECCA

Tregenza

wife

married

65




Cornwall Gwennap

Jane

Buzza

mother in law

widow

95




Cornwall Gwennap

Edward

Moore

son in law

single

36

market gardener

Cornwall Mylor

Thomas

Moore

son in law

single

31

agricultural labourer

Cornwall Mylor

Harry

Moore

grandson in law

single

17

pupil teacher national school

Cornwall Mylor

1901 census Main Street * Mylor RG13/2225 page 2 schedule 14 from www.1901censusonline.com



Emma **

Brown

wife

married

41




Cornwall Mylor

Alice

Brown

daur




12




Cornwall Mylor

Everard

Brown

son




11




Cornwall Mylor

George

Brown

son




10




Cornwall Mylor

Victoria

Brown

daur




6




Cornwall Mylor

ADA ***

Tregenza

step sister

single

21




Cornwall Mylor

* next door to SARAH-BENNETT Tregenza and household (Mylor Family 2)

** probably Emma Moore who married Mr Brown and was step-daughter of WILLIAM-HENRY married REBECCA Moore

*** ADA born 1880 true daughter of WILLIAM-HENRY and so Emma’s step-sister

1901 Canadian census district 69 sub-district g-2 ward 7 Hamilton Ontario http://automatedgenealogy.com/census



CHARLES

Tregenza

head

married

08JAN

1855

46

EMMA

Tregenza

wife

married

11JUN

1857

43

NETTIE

Tregenza

daughter

single

16MAY

1883

17

CHARLES-H.

Tregenza

son

single

18JAN

1896

5


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE MYLOR FAMILY 3 (continued)

Note:


  • ELIZA-ANN-BUNNY baptised 22MAR1846 Mylor (IGI) mother ELIZABETH

  • See Mousehole Family 4 and Unconnected Family 77 for THOMAS married AMELIA !

  • 1881 Canadian Census GEORGE born England approx. 1855 clerk age 26 married to EMMA born Ontario approx. 1858 age 23 both Methodist living Ward 7, Hamilton, Wentworth Ontario [film 1375893 number C-13257 district 149 sub district G division 2 page 27 household number 124] could perhaps be a mistake for CHARLES-NICHOLAS 1855 ?

  • WILLIAM 1823 was sentenced 02JAN1838 for larceny and on the same day ELIZABETH age 23 or 33 was also tried for larceny and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment – if a relative could be ELIZABETH 1819 Mylor family2 (cousin), ELIZABETH 1800 Mylor family 1 (aunt) or ELIZABETH 1826 Mylor Family 3 (sister).

MYLOR FAMILY 4

JOHN-HENRY-BENNETT

m Annie-M. Tregenza

|

|



__________________|_____________________________________________________________________________________

MARY-ANNAH HERBERT-CHARLES SARAH-MAY LILIAN FREDERICK RUBY-ISABEL

1888 1890 1893 1895 1899 1901

m Lillian-Maud Hall m Gwen Pengelly

| |

| ______|__



| ANGELA

| 1930


______|____________________________

KATHLEEN-ENID ELIZABETH-JOAN

1927 1931

NOTES ON MYLOR FAMILY 4 (JOHN-HENRY-BENNETT see Mylor Family 2 and ANNIE see Newlyn Family 1)
MARY-ANNAH (= POLLY) born 24AUG1888 Mylor, at 1891 census MARIA-A. age 2 living with parents at Mylor Bridge, at 1911 census daughter single house work age 22 born Mylor living with parents, married William Lambrick December quarter 1917 Falmouth district, died 1971

HERBERT-CHARLES born 20NOV1890 Mylor, at 1891 census HERBERT-E. age 1 living with parents at Mylor Bridge, at 1911 census single farmer’s son working on farm age 21 born Mylor living with parents, married June quarter 1924 Penryn Wesleyan Church, died 13SEP1964 Penryn at death lived 53 The Terrace Penryn, administration (London) dated 19FEB196 to LILIAN-MAUD widow

x LILLIAN-MAUD born 30MAY1896 Feock, lived in Methodist Home Falmouth when widow, 1974 lived 35 Bohelland Road (electoral roll no.254), died December quarter 1982 Falmouth district (vol.21 page 0188)

SARAH-MAY born September quarter 1893 Penzance district, married Samuel Sobey September quarter 1918 Falmouth district, lived Ponsanooth, 1 daughter, 2 or 3 sons

LILIAN (=LILY) born 14APR1895 Carvinack Mylor, at 1911 census daughter single dress making age 16 born Mylor living with parents, married Charles Seagrove September quarter 1929 Falmouth district, son John Seagrove researcher of ship Helena Tregenza, died in childbirth 1934 Carvinack Farm.

FREDERICK (=DOUGHY) born 1899 approx. Mylor, at 1911 census son single scholar age 12 born Mylor living with parents, married in December quarter 1924 Budock (Falmouth district), died 1970, possibly FREDERICK-WILLIAM born 17JUN1899 died September quarter 1969 Redruth district volume 7A page 330

x GWEN probably Mrs. G. Tregenza awards at dairy school examinations at Mylor – first class for practical and very good for theory (19FEB1927 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk )

RUBY-ISABEL born September quarter 1901 Carvinack Farm Mylor (Falmouth District), at 1911 census daughter single scholar age 9 born Mylor living with parents, married Stanley Gainey March quarter 1923 Falmouth district, lived Penryn, 4 daughters, 2 sons


ANGELA born 12MAY1930 Falmouth district, baptised 1930, first marriage 23FEB1974, second marriage William Reed; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
KATHLEEN-ENID born 24APR1927 Carvinack Cottage Mylor, married 17APR1954; a living person so personal information has been reduced.

ELIZABETH-JOAN born 07JAN1931 Carvinack farm Mylor, married 04APR1953; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.



OTHER INFORMATION ON MYLOR FAMILY 4
Constructed from information from:

  1. recollections of the family and general registry records

  2. a letter and additional information from John Seagrove, son of LILIAN. He has researched and written a book on the schooner Helena Tregenza owned by JOHN-LEAR (see Mylor Family 1) who named it after his daughter.

  3. a letter from Angela Tregenza

  4. a letter from Dennis Carter

  5. email from Stephen Sobey

  6. a photocopy of newspaper cutting reporting the golden wedding of JOHN-HENRY-BENNETT and ANNIE at Mylor

  7. birth certificate of LILIAN 1895

  8. www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk

  9. 1891 census from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk plus 1911 census from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

1891 census Mylor Bridge RG12/1833 folio 39 page 6 from www.freecen.org.uk and www.findmypast.co.uk



JOHN-B.

Tregenza

head

married

32

Farmer (notem)

Mylor

ANNIE-M.

Tregenza

wife

married

32




Mousehole

MARIA-A.

Tregenza

daughter

unmarried

2




Mylor

HERBERT-E.

Tregenza

son

unmarried

1




Mylor

1911 census Carvinick [Carvinack] Mylor RG14/13882 from www.1901censusonline.com



JOHN-B.

Tregenza

head

married

52

farmer

Mylor Cornwall

ANNIE-M.

Tregenza

wife

married

52




Paul Cornwall

MARY-ANNAH

Tregenza

daughter

single

22

house work

Mylor Cornwall

HERBERT-C.

Tregenza

son

single

21

farmer’s son working on farm

Mylor Cornwall

SARAH-MAY

Tregenza

daughter

single

18

farmer’s daughter dairy work

Mylor Cornwall

LILLIAN

Tregenza

daughter

single

16

dress making

Mylor Cornwall

FREDERICK

Tregenza

son




12

school




RUBY

Tregenza

daughter




9

school

Mylor Cornwall

OTHER INFORMATION ON MYLOR FAMILY 4 (continued)
Note:

  1. the farm next to Carvinack had an unrelated Tregenza family in it (in 1930s)

  2. John Seagrove and Dorothy Seagrove born 1930 were brought up by HERBERT-CHARLES and LILLIAN-MAUD until their father Charles Seagrove remarried

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