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NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
THOMAS (actually RICHARD-THOMAS-BENJAMIN-TREWAVAS) fisherman Mousehole, probably = THOMAS-RICHARDS born December quarter 1837 Penzance district (IX165), baptised 22OCT1837 St Paul Paul, at 1841 census scholar age 3 living Mousehole, at 1851 census scholar age 13 born Paul, at 1861 census fisherman age 22 living 6 Chapel Street Mousehole, = THOMAS-BENJAMIN-RICHARDS married 07MAY1864 Paul fisherman age 27 father ROBERT mason, at 1871 census married fisherman age 33 born Paul 1838, 1874 electoral roll (number 4836) gives THOMAS house owner Mousehole, at 1881 census married fisherman age 43 born Mousehole, probably Mr. Thos Tregenza living in Fore Street Mousehole 1888 (houses for sale in classified Cornishman 19JUL1888 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), at 1891 census fisherman (notem) age 54 born Mousehole living 27 North Street (?Mousehole?), at 1911 census head of household widower retired fisherman age 73 born Mousehole living Fore Street Mousehole with grandson EDWARD-J.

x MARY born 1836 approx. Mousehole, at marriage age 28 of Mousehole father James Harry fisherman, at 1871 census married wife fisherman age 34 born Paul 1837, at 1881 census married wife age 44 born Mousehole, at 1891 census married wife age 54 born Mousehole, died 17NOV1907 Mousehole " illness for over 12 months" (Cornishman 21NOV1907 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) and December quarter 1907 Penzance district age 71 volume 5c page 160, funeral at Paul 27NOV1907 (Cornishman 28NOV1907 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk


SARAH-TREWAVAS born approx. 1850-54 Paul, probably SARAH-JANE baptised 25DEC1853 Paul (IGI & Cornwall Online Parish Clerks’ baptisms) lived Mousehole, at 1861 census scholar age 7 living with John, Mary and Oliver Babcock at 1 Millpool Place Mousehole (John and Mary grandparents and Oliver uncle [mother’s brother]), at 1871 census at home age 17, married Robert McLary (story of marriage not being allowed and so elopement or moving away to live together), at 1881 census SARAH-J wife of Robert McClary living with him at Angle Street St Just in Penwith

and sons William-R age 2 and Alfred-C age 1 all born Mousehole



NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)

all newspaper articles from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

JOHN-SAMUEL born March quarter 1855 Penzance district (Mousehole) volume 5c page 359, baptised 29APR1855 Paul, at 1861 census scholar age 6 born Paul living with parents, at 1871 census mason age 16, at 1881 census unmarried mason age 26 living with parents, first marriage 02MAY1882 Paul, builder of Mousehole 1883, in 1887 J.S. Tregenza and his men moved the ‘ponderous stone’ to the new Dolly Pentraeth memorial site in Paul churchyard (letter in 22MAR1935 Western Morning News), at 1888 living Brook Villa Mousehole with fruit and flower gardens (for sale in classifieds Cornishman 02AUG1888), at 1891 census builder and farmer at Trevithal head of family with no wife and four young sons at born Paul, second marriage 05APR1893 Paul age 38 builder of Trevithal Paul witnesses John-Matthews Bodinar and Gertrude Bodinar, 1889 Kelly’s directory farmer Trevithal Paul, on Paul School Board (Cornishman 21FEB1900), tenant of a farm (JUN1901 Cornishman), of Trevithal (24OCT1901 Cornishman), 1902 Kelly’s directory farmer Trevithal Paul, building a wall at Stone's shoot Newlyn (01MAY1902 Cornishman), Trevithal Paul (11JUN1903 Cornishman), 1906 Kelly’s directory farmer Trevithal Paul, at 1911 census [see Newlyn Family 2] head of household married builder age 56 born Mousehole living Lane Reddin Jack Lane Newlyn, 1913 counterpart annual tenancy agreement rent £17 T. Leah John S. Tregenza of Newlyn builder three fields called Paul Hill and Lean Carne document reference number X 573/282, set up and ran J. S. Tregenza and sons builders mostly of houses in Newlyn (many manhole covers in the Lidden Estate, Elm Tree Close etc. bearing the company name), ledger on barking of nets and building work 1875-1881 document X856/1-4 at Cornwall Record Office (see), problems with carting earth away from works in Jack Lane, Choone (Chywoone) Hill and Street(Stret)-an-nowan Newlyn (Surveyor’s report Cornishman 08AUG1897), discussion of tender Paul Urban District Council (06FEB1902 Cornishman ), retiring from farming and selling his whole farm stock (13SEP1906 Cornishman)living in the Cabin Chywoone Hill Newlyn at marriage of daughter in 1925, at funeral of Vivian Thomas solicitor (21JUL1925 Western Morning News ), died 01JUL1931 Newlyn, note he had died age 76 so was no longer trustee of Mousehole Wesleyan Church (Western Morning News 01SEP1931 ), will dated 23FEB1932 (Bodmin) to SIDNEY-JOHN builder JOSEPH builder and OLIVER bank cashier

x ELIZABETH (=BETSY =BESSIE) born 1860/1861 approx., at marriage age 21 living Kymiel Paul father Joseph Pollard, died 05OCT1889 age 29 of tuberculosis Trevithal Paul, buried 08OCT1889 Paul (non-conformist)

x MARY-WEYMOUTH (=MINNIE) born 1854 approx. Paul, age 28 of Trembath Madron at marriage father John M Bodinnar cooper, involved in fete and sale of work at Paul (09SEP1909 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), at 1911 census [see Newlyn Family 2] wife age 46 born Paul living Lane Reddin Jack Lane Newlyn, died 08MAR1915 Newlyn, will dated 01JUN1915 (Bodmin) of MARY-WEYMOUTH of Rough Lee Newlyn to JOHN-SAMUEL widower and builder. Her sister Gertrude Bodinar married Harold Harvey (the Newlyn School painter). She was known as Aunt Gert to members of Newlyn Family 2. During the First World War Harold and Gertrude Harvey lived in one of a pair of semi- detached houses Maen Cottage behind Elm Terrace while Joseph and Nannie Tregenza and family (of Newlyn Family 2) lived in the other. No other houses were in the area then. Harold Harvey painting ‘The Blue Door’ shows Maen Cottage and view.



NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
EDWARD-CHARLES born Mousehole 1856 June quarter [5c 361], baptised 17AUG1856 Paul, died at Mousehole, buried 14SEP1856 Paul

ELIZA-ANN born APR/MAY 1857 Mousehole, baptised 08JUL1857 Paul, died 31AUG1857 Mousehole (death notice in Royal Cornwall Gazette 11SEP1857 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), buried 04SEP1857 Paul age 5 months

ANNIE-M. born 1859, may be ELIZA-ANN baptised 08JUL1857 Paul (IGI), at 1861 census age 2 born Paul living with parents, may be AGNIS daughter born Paul domestic assistant at home age 12 at 1871 census, at 1881 census age 22 living with parents, married second cousin JOHNNIE (JOHN HENRY BENNETT) of MYLOR Family 2 (see for details of the rest of her life), story of their planning meetings at mutual cousins (children of EDWARD-ELLIS) in Camborne

EDWIN-TREWAVAS born 1861 Paul, at 1871 census scholar age 9, at 1881 census pupil teacher age 19 staying with uncle and aunt EDWARD and KEZIAH in Liscard Cheshire, married 01AUG1896 St Austell, probably E.T. Tregenza giving recitations at Pentewan Board School (15MAR1900 Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), Penzance District Education Committee (24MAR1904 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), "new schoolmaster of Paul Council School arrived at Belle Vue last Friday from Pentewan where he spent the last 13 years as master" and "with a beautiful oak clock on his leaving for Penzance." (19MAY1904 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at Mousehole (14JUN1909 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family 3] head of household married head master age 49 born Paul living Tregonissey Mousehole, school-master for example at enlistment of son NORMAN-KELLY 1918, chapel organist and steward, presided over a literary evening of Mousehole Wesley Guild (11JAN1927 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), mourner at funeral of Mrs Jane Edmonds Ladner (15AUG1933 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), appointed to Penzance Free Church Council at St Clement’s Methodist Church Mousehole (31JAN1934 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), approached to be councillor on re-organisation of local government (Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), produced first family tree, lived Parc Lynes Mousehole, died 04AUG1961 Mousehole, will dated 28???1961 (month unclear) to Kathleen-Osmond widow and NORMAN-KELLY retired bank manager



x HARRIET born 1873 approx. St Austell, at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family 3] wife age 38 born St Austell living Tregonissey Mousehole, presided over a meeting of Mousehole Women Liberals (26NOV1930 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), died 31JAN1968 of 19 Donnington Road Lidden Penzance, will dated 26APR1968 (Bodmin)

NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)

all newspaper articles from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

CHARLES baptised 08JUN1863 Paul, at 1871 census scholar age 7, at 1881 census mason age 17 living with parents, at 20JAN1897 auction CHARLES failed to buy freehold meadow near the parade Mousehole, 21AUG1897 just failed to be elected clerk to the board of Paul Board School (Cornishman 26AUG1897), newspaper reports of various committees Paul Newlyn and Penzance in first decade, at 1901 census head of household builder and contractor employer age 37 born Cornwall Mousehole living Millpool Paul, built a floor for Newlyn Infants School (31JAN1901 Cornishman), took oath as new magistrate (08MAY1902 Cornishman), 08MAR1907 builder and nominated for election to county council to represent St Paul and was successful (West Briton 07&28MAR1907 and 07NOV1907), at Paul Urban District Council meeting spoke about Newlyn Harbour and fish market (West Briton 30MAY1907), chairman of meeting to raise money for fishermen of 'Orlando' that sank (West Briton 24OCT1907), at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family 2] head of household married builder age 47 born Mousehole Cornwall living Boslandew Paul, 1922 lived Tavis Vor offered himself for re-election to county council for Paul parish and various activities as councillor (08MAR1922 25FEB1925 19MAR1925 24SEP1925 Western Morning News ), at funeral of Vivian Thomas solicitor (21JUL1925 Western Morning News ), advertising for organist at Mousehole Wesleyan Church the honorary secretary living Tavis Vor (09JAN1929 Western Morning News), possibly mourner at funeral of Mr .A.H. Laity (01NOV1930 Western Morning News), alderman at meeting of council of school managers (02FEB1931 Western Morning News ), Mousehole Wesleyan Church the honorary secretary (03FEB1931 Western Morning News ), county council activities (19NOV1931 Western Morning News ), magistrate (26NOV1931 20DEC1932 23NOV1933 Western Morning News), sea fisheries committee see note at end of Mousehole Family 2, opened Penlee Bowling Green as deputy mayor (14MAY1934 Western Morning News ), various activities as Mayor of Penzance 1934-1936 (election 10NOV1934 Western Morning News & 16NOV1934 Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - activities 02/10JAN/16MAR04/26APR1935 12/15/25/26JUN1935 22AUG/31OCT/02NOV1935 23/27JAN1935 Western Morning News), mourner at funeral of Mrs Jane Edmonds Ladner (15AUG1933 Western Morning New), opened Hayle Liberal Association’s new hall (03NOV1933 Western Morning News ), chairman of Penzance Education Committee (29SEP1934 Western Morning News ), vice-chairman and chairman of Cornwall Insurance Committee (01NOV1934 & 29OCT1936 Western Morning New), deputy mayor (10NOV1936 & 15DEC1936 Western Morning News ), other activities as alderman (03MAY1937 10NOV1938 29JUL1939 Western Morning News ), at funeral of Mr. F.J. Prideaux at Paul (07SEP1938 Western Morning News ), alderman for Paul Urban District Council (photograph in the West Cornwall Album [historical] section of The Cornishman newspaper 30MAY1974), at Le Grice funeral as council official and representing Newlyn Harbour Commissioners (15JAN1942 Western Morning New), died 13NOV1947 Cliff Cottage Mousehole, will dated 30JAN1947 to CHARLES-WILFRID and WALTER- ARCHIBALD, sale of Cliff Cottage Mousehole and two adjacent cottages from his estate (03/06/13DEC1947 18/21FEB1948 Western Morning News)

NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
x NELLIE born 1864 St Austell, at 1901 census wife age 37 born Cornwall St Austell, at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family 2] wife age 47 born St Austell Cornwall, died 1937

all newspaper articles from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

HERBERT born 1867 Mousehole Paul, at 1871 census scholar age 3, at 1881 census scholar age 13 living with parents, at 1891 census single mason age 23 born Mousehole living with parents, first marriage 07OCT1896 Paul age 28 builder of Mousehole father JOHN-R builder witness JOHN-R, master builder at death of first wife 1900, at 1901 census builder, fish and catch (word indistinct) merchant (employer) widower age 33 born Cornwall Mousehole living St Clements Terrace Mousehole, Cornish ditties from Mousehole (09JUL1903 Cornishman), in group of people meeting Mr Asquith at Penzance (Cornishman 26NOV1903), Paul Urban District Council (14JAN1904 Cornishman), second marriage September quarter 1904 Penzance district [5c419], 1906 Kelly’s directory lived Coronation Place Mousehole (on court list), at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family 1] head of household married fish curer age 43 born Mousehole living The Cliff Mousehole, house to let (07FEB1922 05MAY1922 21/22FEB1934 Western Morning News ), at funeral of Vivian Thomas solicitor (21JUL1925 Western Morning News ), 12AUG1925 presided over a League of Nations meeting on the north pier Mousehole (14AUG1925 Western Morning News ), letting studio at Mousehole (17OCT1930 Western Morning News ), gave children’s address at Mousehole Wesleyan Church (20OCT1931 Western Morning News ), mourner at funeral of Mrs Jane Edmonds Ladner (15AUG1933 Western Morning News ), letting house in Mousehole (06/29/30AUG 17OCT1934 01FEB/20MAY02AUG1935 17JUN1936 Western Morning News ), at funeral of Mr. F.J. Prideaux at Paul (07SEP1938 Western Morning News), died 17DEC1956 Mousehole, will dated 29JAN1958 (Bodmin) to VAUGHN-LLOYD bank official

x EMILY-SANDS (or SANDYS) at marriage age 25 of Mousehole father John Partridge a London City Missionary, died 09JUN1900 Mousehole Paul age 29 of phthisis pulmonaris 6 months wife of HERBERT master builder C. Tregenza brother-in-law in attendance.

x EDITH-JULIA born 1877 approx. Paddington London, at 1911 census [see Mousehole Family1] wife age 34 born Paddington London, died 07JUN1965 Mousehole, administration dated 24SEP1965 to VAUGHN-LLOYD bank manager



NOTES ON NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
ELIZABETH-ANN born 24JAN1841 St Just, at 1841 census age 5 months living with parents, at 1851 census scholar age 10 born St Just, married William Runnalds (mistake in records for Reynolds) 09JUL1865 St Just in Penwith (IGI), probably the Mrs Tregenza who ran Cape Cornwall cafe, children William Annie Nicholas John James Jane & Edith

ROBERT born 04MAY1843 Churchtown St Just, at 1851 census scholar age 7 born St Just, at 1861 census unmarried mason age 17 living with parents born St Just, arrived age 21 Australia 01MAY1865 on 'Clara' out of Plymouth/Falmouth, builder, first marriage 30NOV1871 Bridget Dunn at Narracoorte South Australia, second marriage Harriet Morris nee Harley 07OCT1907, died 10SEP1918 aged 75 Goroke Victoria Australia

x BRIDGET died 19DEC1895, buried Narracoorte Cemetery

x HARRIET no issue, second marriage (nee Harley), died SEP1935, buried Goroke Cemetery


WILLIAM born 1845 St Just, at 1851 census scholar age 6 born St Just, at 1861 census mason age 16 living with parents born St Just, at 1871 census stonemason age 26 born St Just
MARY-I (or -J) born 1847/8 St Just, at 1851 census age 3 born St Just, at 1861 census unmarried scholar age 13 living with parents born St Just, married Henry Treglown born 1848 Gulval (date ?), possibly MARY at 1851 census wife age 33 of Samuel Richard Nankervis tin dresser living Boscaswell with four children and his mother in law Cathrine White, at 1861 living Pendeen with three oldest children, possibly MARY daughter of ROBERT Tregenza of St Just who was in USA with husband Samuel Nankervis miner of Boscaswell when he murdered their infant in a woodland near Ringtown Catawisa County (Charge of Murder Against Two St just People from Anthracite Monitor re-reported in Royal Cornwall Gazette www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ).

JOHN born 10SEP1851 Bosavern St Just (see certificate), at 1861 census scholar age 9 living with parents born St Just, stonemason age 19 at 1871 census, travelled extensively (Mousehole > Africa > Mousehole > America > Africa > Australia), visited America with brother Ted was builder and singer (on Mississippi boat), landed in Albany Western Australia, took building job on the Overland Telegraph repeater station at Eucla around 1875, went to Melbourne Australia 1876 on his way to Narracoorte where ROBERT 1843 had settled, moved to Penola to work on the North End Pub where he met his wife, married 5JUL1890 Penola South Australia ? age 30, lived Penola, died 15APR1931 Penola of chronic Bright’s disease (Border Watch [Mount Gambier] 23APR1931 page 3 obituary)

x AGNES-JANE born 22OCT1867, died 1951

EDWARD (=TED) born 10JUL1855 Bosavern St Just, at 1861 census age 5 living with parents born St Just, stonemason age 15 St Just 1871 census, associated with story of a miner in South Africa called NED ? TREGENZA



OTHER INFORMATION ON THE NEWLYN FAMILY 1
Constructed from information from:

  1. Sandra Tregenza of Geelong

  2. Adrian Eddy www.eddya.freeserve.co.uk/AEtree_database_folder/dat71.htm

  3. Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

  4. a letter from Vaughn Tregenza (of Mousehole Family 1)

  5. a letter with a photograph of Edward and Kezia from Mrs Elizabeth Morris née Tregenza (of Liverpool Family 1)

  6. Hattam family tree www.hattam.co.uk and records collected concerning it

  7. ‘Tregenza in Australia 2007’ by John G. Pedler of 4 Monaro Crescent Newton South Australia 5074

  8. letter to Mrs Nagle about Joseph Trewavas with a newspaper cutting

  9. Mrs Alice Morrell with records copied by her cousin Arthur Childs

  10. copies of records from Lorraine Thistleton

  11. recollections from members of the family

  12. marriage and death certificate of JOHN 1851 from Sally-Ann Clarke

  13. birth certificates of ROBERT 1843, JOHN1851, EDWARD-CHARLES 1856 and EDWARD 1855

  14. the marriage certificates - ROBERT to Ann Mathews 1840, ROBERT to Elizabeth Wearn 1881 & SUSAN Tregenza to George-John Richards 1847

  15. death certificates of ROBERT DIED 1885 and of EMILY-SANDYS 1900 first wife of HERBERT

  16. individual records from www.familysearch.org

  17. marriage and death record copied from South Australia archives

  18. records of wills and administrations

  19. reading of Falmouth parish church registers

  20. Kelly’s directories 1883, 1889, 1902 and 1906

  21. 1874 electoral roll

  22. 1968 telephone directory

  23. cuttings of photographs in the West Cornwall Album [historical] section of The Cornishman newspaper 09MAY1974, 30MAY1974 & 18JUL1974

  24. rootsweb (stonemen files) http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stonemen/TRE-TRE.htm

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

  26. undated newspaper cuttings (possibly from the Cornishman) about activities of CHARLES 1864 Mayor of Penzance (surname misspelt in one)

continued

OTHER INFORMATION ON THE NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
Constructed from information from: (continued)

  1. will record of HERBERT died 1956

  2. extract from the 1934 Methodist Local [lay] Preacher’s Who’s Who

  3. a tree from www.eddya.freeserve.co.uk via a Google search with information on the MARY-ANN-RICHARDS Tregenza marriage to Richard Candy

  4. tenancy agreements and ledger from Tregenza business at Cornwall Record Office see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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

  6. photographs of some of this family

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

  8. www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

  9. hand drawn map of the graveyard of St Paul’s church Paul near Mousehole marking graves and nearby houses

  10. some sayings of HERBERT 1867 recorded from DOROTHY 1897 (Newlyn family 2)

  11. Pedigree Resource File http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SPBW-XVX

  12. 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881 & 1891 census records from reading of fiche, Kindred Konnections, www.freecen.org.uk, www.findmypast.co.uk, Alice Morrell, Les Smith and Lyn Nash [lynnash@webaxs.net] plus 1911 census from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

1881 census Angle St St Just in Penwith FHL film 1341565 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2350 folio 93 page 5 from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net



Henry

Treglown

head

married

33

tin miner

Gulval Cornwall

Mary-J.

Treglown

wife

married

31




Gulval Cornwall

ROBERT

Tregenza

boarder

widower

66

stone mason

Falmouth Cornwall


OTHER INFORMATION ON THE NEWLYN FAMILY 1 (continued)
1881 census 3 Market Sq Paul FHL film 1341563 PRO ref. RG11 piece 2344 folio 7 page 7 from Lyn Nash lynnash@webaxs.net

Robert

Mc Clary

head

married

26

mason

Mousehole Cornwall

Sara-J.

Mc Clary

wife

married

27




Mousehole Cornwall

William-R.

Mc Clary

son




2




Mousehole Cornwall

Alfred-C.

Mc Clary

son




1




Mousehole Cornwall

Note: in1851 in Regent Terrace Mousehole there was Elizabeth McClary married head of household with children but no husband and in Chapel Street Robert McClary widower head of household with children

1871 census Mousehole district 2 schedule 033 from Kindred Konnections via Les Smith



JOHN

Tregenza

head

married

57

builder

Paul Cornwall

SARAH

Tregenza

wife

married

43




Paul Cornwall

SARAH

Tregenza

daughter




17

at home

Paul Cornwall

JOHN-SAMUEL

Tregenza

son




16

mason

Paul Cornwall

AGNIS

Tregenza

daughter




12

asst.dom.

Paul Cornwall

EDWIN

Tregenza

son




9

scholar

Paul Cornwall

CHARLES

Tregenza

son




7

scholar

Paul Cornwall

HERBERT

Tregenza

son




3

scholar

Paul Cornwall

1871 census Grosvenor Road Peel Terrace Liscard Cheshire (Birkenhead district) RG10 piece 3753 folio 71 page 59 from www.findmypast.co.uk



EDWARD

Tregenza

head

*

42

*

Cornwall

REZIA **

Tregenza

wife

*

31

*

Devon

BESSIE

Tregenza

daughter

*

6

*

Devon

EDWARD

Tregenza

son

*

1

*

Devon

* no condition (married etc.) or occupation supplied ** should be KEZIA
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