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NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (CHARLES born 1863 see Newlyn Family 1)
HARRY-HARVEY born September quarter 1889 St Columb district (5c87), at 1891 census age 1 born Padstow living with parents, at 1901 census age 11 born Cornwall Padstow living with parents, Truro School 1904-1907 prize at Truro Wesleyan College (19OCT1905 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), Penzance District Education Committee - H.H. Tregenza of Paul (07JUL1904 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), 1907 steward for athletics (06JUN1907 West Briton www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), various prizes at Truro Wesleyan College speech day 05AUG1907 West Briton www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at Westminster [Teacher] Training College (16JAN1908 & 09DEC19019 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), BA degree London, at 1911 census son single schoolmaster age 21 born Padstow Cornwall living with parents, medal card document (Victory and British medals) WO 372/20 1914-1920 (see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) private Royal Sussex Regiment 8920 private East Surrey Regiment 28201 received Victory and British medals, married Cotton or Ellis March quarter 1939 Barnet district, died 08SEP1943 of 64 Eton Avenue East Barnet, administration dated 31JAN1944 (Bodmin) to widow ELIZA-ROBERTS

x LYLIE (= ELIZABETH-ROBERTS) died 13MAR1970 64 Eton Avenue East Barnet Hertfordshire, will dated 10SEP1970 (Ipswich)



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)

newspaper articles from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk



CHARLES-WILFRID born 1891 approx. Mousehole, at 1891 census age 6 months born Mousehole living with parents, at 1901 census age 10 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, won races for under-14s Mousehole (17JUL1902 & 14AUG1902 Cornishman), won race (13AUG1903 Cornishman), won swimming race (27AUG1903 Cornishman) and again in Elementary Schools' Swimming Association (10SEP1903 Cornishman), of Mousehole school (24DEC1903 Cornishman), of Mousehole School (04AUG1904 Cornishman), Truro Wesleyan College 1904-1909 (football captain 1909), honours with distinction in Chemistry (16FEB1905 Cornishman), First class honours at Cambridge University local examinations at Truro College (14FEB1907 West Briton), various prizes at Truro Wesleyan College speech day 05AUG1907 West Briton), 1907 involved in cricket swimming and stewarding athletics (23MAY 06JUN 01JUL & 29JUL1907 West Briton), in Penzance swimming matches 23AUG1907 (West Briton 26AUG1907 ), acted in ‘As You Like It’ in Truro College Christmas concert (West Briton 23DEC1907 ), at Truro college 916JAN1908 Cornishman), MA Cantab. Mathematical tripos first class honours Downing College (23JUN1910 Cornishman), Cambridge blue, University of London Intermediate Examination in Science, University of Oxford Diploma in Education, "just elected to a foundation scholarship of £50 for mathematics" (06JUL1911 Cornishman), at sea fisheries committee in 1936/7 chairman (West Briton 29AUG1907 28NOV1907 Western Morning New 25SEP1930 06MAY/17DEC1931 16JUN/19SEP1932 02/04MAR1935 24SEP/27NOV1936 01JAN/18MAR/14APR/02JUL/16SEP/16DEC1937 22DEC1938 02JAN1939 02JAN/28SEP/12DEC1940 and gave chairmanship 10JUN1941), deputation to London to see fisheries minister (24FEB1934 Western Morning News), 1912 Maths and Science master Biensis Glion-sur-Montreux Switzerland, 1913 Maths tutor St George’s College Kingsway W.C., 1914 maths master King Edward’s Grammar school Chelmsford, won swimming races at Chelmsford (20JUN1914 18JUL1914 & 25JUL1914 Essex Newsman), 1914-1915 maths master Queen Mary’s School Basingstoke, war service 1915-1916, orderly for British Red Cross Society gives date of entry as 14AUG1915 received Star Medal card document WO 372/20 dated 1914-1920 (see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk), 1919-1921 maths master Ackworth School near Pontefract Yorkshire, married March quarter 1920 St Albans district, 01JUL1920 register teacher number 38958 living 24 Springfield Mount Leeds 2, 1922-1927 senior maths master Marling School Stroud Glos., 1927-1930 senior maths and physics master Marling School Stroud Glos., at League of Nations Union meeting (25OCT1927 Gloucester Citizen), chaired assistant masters meeting at Marling School (09JUL1928 Western Daily Press), 1930-1934 headmaster Secondary School Malmesbury Wilts.(13DEC1930 07NOV1931 01AUG1932 & 03FEB1934 Western Daily Press), honorary secretary of the League of Nations Union Malmesbury (30MAR1933 Western Daily Press), gave lecture and participated in debates Malmesbury Literary and debating Society (30NOV1933 18JAN1934 25JAN1934 & 15FEB1934 Western Daily Press), 1934 onwards Her Majesty’s Inspector of schools, he and wife gave £5 to Sir Quiller-Couch memorial fund (Western Morning News), on retirement awarded a CBE, lived Holly Cottage Madron where he worked on the genealogy of the Tregenza Family and created a collection of records and other materials, died 10APR1974 Holly Cottage Madron Penzance, will dated 06JUN1974 (Bristol)
NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)

newspaper articles from www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

x JULIA-MARY-ROCKLAND 1905 onwards private music teacher, 1916-1917 and 1919-1920 music mistress Newbury Grammar School, 1920-1921 violin and piano teachers Ackworth School, 1924-1930 music mistress Cotsworth School Stroud Gloucestershire, played music for 30th celebration of PSA Fellowship at Stroud Old Chapel (06APR1925 West Briton), played music at various events in Painswick and at Marling School Stroud (18JUL1927 03DEC1927 14DEC1927 Gloucester Citizen), 1930 resigned music mistress Malmesbury Secondary School Wiltshire, 18MAR1931 in orchestra Stinchcombe Hill music festival at Dursley (Western Daily Press 20MAR1931), 24FEB1933 participated in Ingleside P.N.E.U. School (Cirencester) Concert (Cheltenham Chronicle 25FEB1933), played violin in sisterhood concert Westport Congregational Church (Western Daily Press 04MAR1933 ), in amateur theatricals Malmesbury (02DEC1933 Western Daily Press), died 30OCT1961 St Just, will (Bodmin) dated 08JAN1962 to CHARLES-WILFRED retired His Majesty’s Inspector

WALTER-ARCHIBALD born 01AUG1892, at 1901 census age 8 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, first in swimming race Penzance and district elementary schools swimming association (12SEP1901 Cornishman), Penzance swimming races and "won two first prizes" (13AUG1903 Cornishman), "recently won a ?scholarship/grant? open to Devon and Cornwall at Truro ?? tenable for two years and valued at thirty guineas per year. " (31DEC1905 Cornishman), Truro Wesleyan College 1906-1911 (in races Cornishman [27AUG1908 www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk], football captain 1911, senior prefect), Cornwall Wesleyan Methodist Council for Mousehole (14MAY1903 Cornishman), various prizes at Truro Wesleyan College speech day 05AUG1907 West Briton), in Penzance swimming matches 23AUG1907 (West Briton 26AUG1907), Cambridge local examinations at Truro College (13FEB1908 Cornishman), prize for winning swimming match Mousehole Wesleyan Day Schools (22OCT1908 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), qualified for the London examination on result of the Cambridge local exams (03NOV1910 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk ), at 1911 census at Truro Wesleyan College age 18, BA London, MA Oxon., 1912-1917 assistant master Kent College Canterbury, 1917-1918 military service, medal card WO372/20 London Regiment second lieutenant 1914- 1920 see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, second lieutenant London Regiment Silver War Badge 384191 discharged 1916 www.forces-war- records.co.uk 1918 assistant master Alford Grammar school, 1918-1919 assistant master Northampton Town and County School, 1919-1920 form and house master Kingswood School Bath, 01JUL1920 Teachers’ Registration number 40076 address Haileybury College, 1923-1926 form and house master Framlingham College, 1926-1927 senior modern language master Mathematical School Rochester, 1927 Assistant Master Haileybury College Hertford, probably W. Tregenza selling car (02/04SEP1943 Western Morning News), departed 12JAN1953 teacher age 60 on ship Strathmore from London for Adelaide Australia, bachelor, when retired lived Boslandew Paul



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
JOHN-BERNARD born 29MAR1894 Penzance district volume 5c page 251, at 1901 census age 7 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, 1906 Mousehole Wesleyan School photograph in the West Cornwall Album [historical] section of ‘The Cornishman’ newspaper 09MAY1974, in Penzance swimming matches 23AUG1907 (West Briton 26&29AUG1907 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), swimming for Mousehole in matches at Penzance (27AUG1908 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), prize for winining swimming match Mouseholes Wesleyean Day Schools (22OCT1908 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), swimming matches (19AUG1909 & 17aug1911 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk), at 1911 census at Truro Wesleyan College age 17, Truro School 1908-1912, BA Birmingham, married September quarter 1924 Birmingham district, 22FEB1932 a special meeting of Dover Education Committee to consider headmaster for Barton Road School present J.-B. Tregenza (Canterbury) later he was appointed headmaster of the boy’s department despite changing school 7 times in 12 years (Dover Express 26FEB1932 18MAR1932 & 30DEC1932 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), 08MAR1934 appointed vice-president of National Union of Teachers Dover Branch (Dover Express 16MAR1934 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), other activities as headmaster (Dover Express 29JUL1932 & 20JAN1933 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), resigned as headmaster with effect from 03SEP1934 to take up the double appointment of superintendent and headmaster of a large orphanage in Purley (Dover Express 11MAY1934 08JUN1934 15JUN1934 13JUL1934 www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) [he was headmaster Reedham Orphanage School Surrey], lived St Just in 1954-1980, died September quarter 1980 Kerrier district (vol. 21 page 0210)

x LAETITIA-KATHLEEN (=KATHY) born 21SEP1901, lived St Just 1954-1981, lived Mawnan Smith near Falmouth 1986-1999 (1995 with son), died 25DEC1999

DOUGLAS born 25JUL1896 Mousehole, at 1901 census age 4 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, at 1911 census son single at school age 14 born Mousehole Cornwall living with parents, passed Oxford junior exam (17AUG1911 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), passed Cambridge local examinations (04SEP1913 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), Truro Wesleyan College 1912-1914, BA, departed 13SEP1927 teacher age 31 with Mr A. and Mr L. two brothers on ship Gascon from London to Port Said Egypt, teacher of French & English 1929/32 Cairo, departed 12SEP1931 teacher age 35 on ship Barrabool from Plymouth to Port Said Egypt, private tutor 1932/1939, married June quarter 1941 Stratford district, teacher of French and English at Bideford Grammar School 1942/61, author ‘Departed days - Mousehole revisited [or remembered ?]’ 1984, lived Penolva Paul in 1995

x ANN from Halwyn, died circa 1992



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
EDWARD-LESLEY(IE) born 15MAY1898 June quarter Penzance district (Mousehole), at 1901 census age 2 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, at 1911 census son single at school age 12 born Mousehole Cornwall living with parents, Truro School 1913-1914, medal card (British medal) WO372/20 covering period 1914-1920 (see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) Lieutenant in Supply and Transport Corps and second lieutenant in Indian Army Reserve of Officers won British medal and an Indian medal (see photograph May Peshawar 1918 Lt Tregenza), departed 02FEB1922 superintendent Indian Police age 23 on ship Trafford Hall from Liverpool for Bombay India, joined Indian Police Service 11MAR1922 offg. dist[rict] sup[erintenden]t Central Prov[ince]s FEB1925 conf[irme]d MAR1828, ICS (deputy inspector general Indian police), married December quarter 1928 Penzance district, probably Mr & Mrs E. Tregenza mourners at funeral of Mr. T.H. Bird of Mousehole (29JUN1929 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), departed 31AUG1933 policeman age 35 with wife and son on ship Rawalpindi from London for Bombay India, second marriage December quarter 1944 Penzance district, county magistrate, Licensing Justice (10MAR1949 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), lived Mousehole, died 05JUL1976 (gravestone Paul cemetery)

x ARABELLA-M.-H. (HELENA) born 1911 approx., departed 31AUG1933 married age 22 with husband and son on ship Rawalpindi from London for Bombay India

x JOYCE born 1925 approx., died 02DEC1990 age 65 (gravestone Paul cemetery)

ALAN born 08JAN1900 Mousehole, at 1901 census age 1 born Cornwall Mousehole living with parents, at 1911 census son single at school age 11 born Mousehole Cornwall living with parents Truro Wesleyan College 1914-1917, BA London, MA, departed 13SEP1927 teacher age 251 with Mr L. and Mr D. two brothers on ship ‘Gascon’ from London to Port Said Egypt, taught in Egypt, French teacher Penzance grammar school, spoke on modern languages (02SEP1930 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), married March quarter 1953 Truro district, probably Tregenza letting house in Mousehole (07JUN1926 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), died 16MAR1976 Mousehole, 05JUL1976 administration with will (Bristol) 25OCT1976 £19,898 reference 760803124G

x VERA (=Mrs Oglesby) died NOV1974

NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
LEON-ARTHUR born March quarter 1902 Penzance district (06FEB1902 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), at 1911 census son at school age 9 born Mousehole Cornwall living with parents, Truro Wesleyan College 1916-1918, BA Kings College University of London, won swimming races at St Ives and Looe Regattas (St Ives 13AUG1927 & 08AUG1930 Looe 05/08AUG1930 Western Morning News www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk ), probably Mr L Tregenza teacher age 27 embarked 13SEP1927 with Mr A and Mr D. (brothers) on ship ‘Gascon’ at London for Port Said Egypt, ship’s passenger list of ‘Strathmore’ from Sydney to London (1952 ?) see www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, probably temporary captain service number 147854 in Pioneer Corps ‘mentioned in dispatches’ awarded War and Star medals fought in Italy including Monte Cassino Anzio Salerno San Marino etc gazetted 19JUL1945 (www.forces-war-records.co.uk), married December quarter 1953 Birmingham district, no children, author, lecturer in classics Cairo University, lived Boslandew Paul, lived Prospect Bungalow Paul TR19 6TZ in 2000 approx.

x MARJORIE

MARY-VIOLA born 1903 approx., 1911 census daughter at school age 7 born Mousehole Cornwall living with parents, died 26NOV1911 age 8 from diphtheria at Boslandew Paul (volume 5c page 304) (23NOV1911 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk), present at funeral "Mr & Mrs Tregenza (parents) Messrs. Harry Walter and John plus Masters Douglas Allan Leslie and Leon Tregenza (brothers)" (07DEC1911 Cornishman www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk),
MARY-A born March quarter 1942 Rugby district, unmarried, died approx. SEP2006
CHARLES
MARGARET married March quarter 1957 Barnet district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
DEREK-JOHN born 10JUN1926 Roche (September quarter St Austell district), Truro Wesleyan College 1940-1943, then Sandhurst officer training, in the Indian Army, Ghurkha major in Army, married 20SEP 1958 Milton Ernest (September quarter Bedford district), lived Mawnan Smith near Falmouth in 1995 and 2011, died age 86 Mawnan Smith due to a stroke after a fall either 07MAR2013 or 14MAR2013

x MARY-ELIZABETH-HOWARD born 22FEB1933; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.



NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
JENNIFER-KATHLEEN-MARY born 20JUL1959 (September quarter Bedford district); possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

VIVIENNE-ROSEMARY born 04FEB1961 Penang Malaysia page (6)53 Armed Forces Registration Event (birth), married 21SEP2002 Paul Church; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

MARION-ELIZABETH born 19MAR1964 Hong Kong page (6)108 Armed Forces Registration event (birth), married 05JUN1999 Tredegar House Newport Wales; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
DAVID-LESLIE born 1931 approx., married March quarter 1956 Penzance district; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x SHEILA-MAUREEN

ROMOLA-L born 11OCT1945 Penzance district, married Holloway December quarter 1966 Hampstead district

EDWARD-ALAN born 14FEB1947 Penzance district, married 28FEB1976 Mousehole; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

x SHARON born as Sharon Rosewall in Penzance; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

RACHEL-VIOLA born 09DEC1948 Penzance district, married March quarter 1971 Penzance district, married August 1984; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JOYCE-CAROLINE born June quarter 1950 Penzance district, married; possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.

JANET-E born March quarter 1952 Penzance district, married June quarter 1974 Penzance district

NELLIE-CLARE born December quarter 1954 Penzance district, married March quarter 1973 Pembroke district

NOTES ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
ROSS-LESLIE born 11JUL1977 (September quarter Truro district 21-0181); possibly a living person so personal information has been reduced.
DELIA-L born 1956 December quarter Penzance district, died age 4 & half from pneumonia

TRACEY-L born December quarter 1961 Redruth district



OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2

Constructed from information from:



  1. Unconnected Family 54 (Stratford/Rugby) was added here (see below)

  2. emails from Rachel(-Viola) Munro née Tregenza May and June 2007

  3. letter from LEON-ARTHUR 03APR1971

  4. letter from JOHN-BERNARD 28JAN1972

  5. letter from Margaret Nagle née Tregenza 03DEC1998

  6. card from MARION

  7. email from David Turnidge david.turnidge@virgin.net with a photograph of Lieutenant (LESLEY) Tregenza Peshawar May 1918

  8. email from VIVIENNE and LAMORNA updating parts of the family

  9. letters from CHARLES-WILFRID

  10. letter from Muriel wife of VAUGHN 22JUN1997

  11. letter about DOUGLAS 19OCT1971 from the headmaster of Bideford Grammar School

  12. general registry records and family recollections

  13. records of wills and administrations

  14. cutting of obituary notice CHARLES-WILFRID died 25APR1974

  15. cutting about LEON, WILFRID, ALAN and LESLIE on the occasion of the expulsion of LEON from his post in Cairo University by the government in reprisal for expulsion in the UK

  16. photograph in the West Cornwall Album [historical] section of ‘The Cornishman’ newspaper 09MAY1974 (see Newlyn Family 1 file)

  17. cutting from The Cornishman 17JUN2010 about the 75 anniversary of Jubilee Pool Penzance mentioning CHARLES who opened it as mayor and some relatives of his who were at the anniversary

  18. lists of pupils at Truro Wesleyan College at the Royal Institution of Cornwall

  19. photograph of the greengrocer’s shop of DAVID-LESLIE

  20. photograph of the memorial inscription of EDWARD-LESLIE

  21. copy of a memorial inscription CHARLES, his wife NELLIE and daughter MARY-VIOLA

  22. www.facebook.com including facebook entries of ROSS and mother SHARON

  23. www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

  24. West Penwith Resources http://west-penwith.org.uk

  25. www.forces-war-records.co.uk

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

OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)
Constructed from information from (continued):

  1. Armed Forces Registration Events (births) from www.findmypast.co.uk

  2. telephone conversation with Dennis Carter 24MAR2013 about Major DEREK Tregenza

  3. Teachers’ Registration Council from www.findmypast.co.uk

  4. passenger lists leaving UK from www.findmypast.co.uk

  5. Indian Police records from www.findmypast.co.uk

  6. www.britishnewspaperarchives.co.uk

  7. www.sharontregenza.com

  8. wikipedia (SHARON)

  9. YouTube (ROSS)

  10. 1891 census from www.findmypast.co.uk plus 1901 and 1911 censuses from www.1901censusonline.com (see below)

Unconnected Family 54 (DOUGLAS, his wife and MARY-A. his daughter) was constructed from:



  1. general registry records

1891 census 14 Gurnick Street Paul, Mousehole Cornwall RG12/1856 folio 14 page 22 www.findmaypast.co.uk



CHARLES

Tregenza

head

married

27

builder

Cornwall Mousehole

NELLIE

Tregenza

wife

married

27




Cornwall St Austell

HARRY-H.

Tregenza

son




1




Cornwall Padstow

CHARLES-W.

Tregenza

son




6m




Cornwall Mousehole

Clara-E.

Harvey

sister in law




15

scholar

Cornwall Padstow


OTHER INFORMATION ON MOUSEHOLE FAMILY 2 (continued)

1901 census Millpool Paul Cornwall RG13/2252 page 7 www.1901censusonline.com



CHARLES

Tregenza

head

married

37

Builder & contractor (employer)

Cornwall Mousehole

NELLIE

Tregenza

wife

married

37




Cornwall St Austell

HARRY-H.

Tregenza

son

single

11




Cornwall Padstow

CHARLES-W.

Tregenza

son

single

10




Cornwall Mousehole

WALTER-A.

Tregenza

son

single

8




Cornwall Mousehole

JOHN-B.

Tregenza

son

single

7




Cornwall Mousehole

DOUGLAS

Tregenza

son

single

4




Cornwall Mousehole

EDWARD-L.

Tregenza

son

single

2




Cornwall Mousehole

ALAN

Tregenza

son

single

1




Cornwall Mousehole

1911 census Boslandew Paul Cornwall RG14/14062 from www.1901censusonline.com



CHARLES

Tregenza

head

married

47

builder

Mousehole Cornwall

NELLIE

Tregenza

wife

married

57




St Austell Cornwall

HARRY-H.

Tregenza

son

single

21

schoolmaster

Padstow Cornwall

DOUGLAS

Tregenza

son

single

14

school

Mousehole Cornwall

EDWARD-LESLIE

Tregenza

son




12

school

Mousehole Cornwall

ALAN

Tregenza

son




11

school

Mousehole Cornwall

LEON-ARTHUR

Tregenza

son




9

school

Mousehole Cornwall

MARY-VIOLA

Tregenza

daughter




7

school

Mousehole Cornwall

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