Muriel Elsie Thomson

F, b. 15 February 1886, d. 12 June 1902
FatherAdam Merrie Thomson b. 12 Jul 1841, d. 7 Mar 1902
MotherMary Withell b. 15 Apr 1858, d. 30 Aug 1905
     Muriel was born on 15 February 1886 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Muriel died at age 16 on 12 June 1902 at Surrey Hills, Victoria, Australia.

Florence K King

F, b. September 1878, d. after 1930
FatherWalter J King b. Feb 1855, d. b 1928
MotherMary Jane Withell b. 27 Jun 1857
     Florence was born in September 1878 at Edinburgh, West Lothian, Scotland. St Cuthberts. Film 0223991 GRO ref Vol.685-1 Enum. Dist.41 p.5 WHERE DID I GET THIS . Have entered year as stated in 1900 US Census.1,2 Florence died after 1930.

Citations

  1. [S413] 1900, Detroit Ward 3, Wayne, Michigan:.
  2. [S223] 1881 UK Census.

Gertrude M King

F, b. October 1880
FatherWalter J King b. Feb 1855, d. b 1928
MotherMary Jane Withell b. 27 Jun 1857
     Gertrude died . Gertrude was born in October 1880 at Edinburgh, West Lothian, Scotland.

John Bone gent of Padstow and Probus

M, b. before 13 July 1742, d. 27 January 1814
FatherRichard Bone gent of Probus b. b 20 Sep 1703, d. b 14 Oct 1781
MotherAnn Andrew b. s 1705
ChartsAncestors Margaret Wain 12 gen.
     John was born before 13 July 1742 at Probus, Cornwall, England.1,2
     Because he was a younger son he may not have inherited substantial assets in the Probus area and an alternative was to begin some type of business. John became a grocer and merchant in Padstow. He married Maria Blake on 12 May 1774 at the church of St. Petroc, Padstow, Cornwall, England.3 At the Quarter Sssions held at Lostwithiel on 11 January 1775, William Nance, alias Nancey, alias Jack Ass Nancey, late of Padstow was convicted of stealing an iron axe valued 1d., from John Bone. The sentence was a public whipping.4 John Bone gent of Padstow and Probus
     On 16 August 1778 John Blake added a codicil to his will, stating that his son-in-law John Bone owed him money. John Blake expressed his desire that his daughters should be treated without partiality. However because there had been some prior disposal of funds, the arrangements were more complicated. William Corkhill, the husband of Jenny had already been advanced the sum of one hundred pounds. John had also advanced money to John Bone, husband of Maria and the two men had embarked on several joint ventures. Therefor Maria Bone and Jenny Corkhill were to receive no benefit or share until Betty Blake and Dorothea Blake had likewise received one hundred pounds. on 16 August 1778 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.5 He was
     In 1785 John Bone was appointed as Overseer of the Poor for Padstow. in 1785 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.6 John Bone was granted the assignment of Long Acre with the adjoining orchard and stable on 23 August 1785. The other parties were Joan Reynolds wid., Nicholas Reynolds of Oakhill, Som. gent, his son John Reynolds of Shipwicks gent, John Chard of Oakhill and Nancy his wife, Bestey and Susanna Reynolds of Padstow, spinsters; was granted the assignment of Long Acre with the adjoining orchard and stable.7 He signed a Contract on 5 June 1797 at Padstow, Cornwall, England; A Covenant was made to levy fine to extinguish interest by 1) Wm. Corkhill of Whitehaven, Cumb. and Jenny his wife, Charles Hellyar of Padstow esq. and Betty his wife, John Bone of Padstow and Maria his wife, daus. of John Blake of Padstow, gent.in favour of (2) John Mably of St. Minver, gent. The properties named were:-Ivey's tenement, Pearse's tenement and Trevone, Lower Common Field (all in Trevon), Tregerran Vean and Carvadal, 3¼ acres on Porthmeyan, the Horse Mill Meadow, Herbert's Ground in Tretharrop (1 farthing) The Higher alias Roper's Ground (3 fields) on Trethillick. Lobb's Close on Trethillick, Tretharrop Meadow, 4 Cottages and Close in Tregona, Tregingey Hales, Keharick.8 Sometime before 1809, John and Maria moved to Probus as their place of residence. They were to remain there for the remainder of their lives and were buried in the churchyard;
     By 1809 it appears John and Maria had moved to Probus. Maria was also to be involved in some of the land transactions. They were both involved with a fine to Charles Prideux for 3 messuages, 3 gardens and 30 acres in Padstow.9 He left a will on 16 November 1812 at Probus, Cornwall, England; This will names his wife Maria and children Betty Blake Peter, Ann Bone, Blake Bone and John Dyer Bone as beneficiaries, thus confirming that he was the John Bone who established himself in Padstow and finally retired to his birthplace of Probus.10 John died His stated age in the burial entry was 71 years, confirming that the 1742 baptism/birth in Probus was the correct one. on 27 January 1814 at Probus, Cornwall, England.11

Family

Maria Blake b. b 9 May 1753, d. b 30 Oct 1826
Marriage*He married Maria Blake on 12 May 1774 at the church of St. Petroc, Padstow, Cornwall, England.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S529] Probus Parish Register"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N5DX-Q53 : accessed 2 April 2016), John Bone, 13 Jul 1742; citing PROBUS,CORNWALL,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 916,955,.
  2. [S338] Mary James, Will 1763.
  3. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  4. [S209] Cornwall Quarter Sessions, Quarter Session Order Books, QS/1/4/44-51.
  5. [S119] John Blake gent, Will 1786.
  6. [S275] Padstow Parish Records, Overseers of the Poor.
  7. [S62] Prideaux Brune Family Papers, PB 1/177.
  8. [S205] Trethillick, Deeds, Prideaux Brune Family Papers, PB/1/266/1,2.
  9. [S62] Prideaux Brune Family Papers,.
  10. [S288] John Bone, Will 1812, Bone, John Will 5332/1.
  11. [S285] Cornwall Burial Index, Cornwall Family History Society.

Maria Blake

F, b. before 9 May 1753, d. before 30 October 1826
FatherJohn Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
MotherJoan Martin b. b 8 Sep 1715, d. 16 Jul 1790
ChartsAncestors Margaret Wain 12 gen.
     Maria was born before 9 May 1753 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 She married John Bone gent of Padstow and Probus on 12 May 1774 at the church of St. Petroc, Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Maria Blake moved at Padstow, Cornwall, England; Sometime after the death of her husband John Bone, Maria moved back to Padstow, probably to be with her widowed daughter, Betty Blake Peter.2 She was also granted Limited Administration to certain messuages, Lands and Tenements in the village of Trelowsa which had been part of the estate of William Peter who died intestate a bachelor leaving his brother Dr. Thomas Peter to take possession. Thomas made a will bequeathing Trelowsa to Charles Peter who had in turn appointed Maria Bone as one of the Trustees for his estate. On the decease of Charles, the trustees so named applied to administer the remainder of the lease; The original lease was made by William Peter of Padstow gent who died intestate, a batchelor, then Thomas Peter his only brother, then Charles Peter, then sons of Charles - Thomas, John and William.

A Mary Peter spinster ofthe same parish was also a witness to the declaration.2
     Maria died before 30 October 1826 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Her stated age was 73.3 She was buried on 30 October 1826 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1

Family

John Bone gent of Padstow and Probus b. b 13 Jul 1742, d. 27 Jan 1814
Children

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  2. [S274] Maria Bone, Lease of Trelowsa, Padstow.
  3. [S78] Letters from Padstow and Ireland to Betty Blake Morrison in Newfoundland, 1845 - 1910,.

Dr. Thomas Peter

M, b. 20 December 1796, d. 20 July 1859
FatherCharles Peter of Treator, gent b. b 23 Oct 1774, d. 30 Mar 1814
MotherBetty Blake Bone b. b 29 Nov 1775, d. 27 Jul 1830
     Thomas was born on 20 December 1796 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 He was enrolled as a medical student at St. Bartholomew Medical school at London, England, in 1818.2 He married Mary Ann Ariell on 21 September 1821 at London, England. Mary Ann was the daughter of a watchmaker in London. Thomas and Mary were married in Clerkenwall which was the London district of the watchmakers. Her father made an allowance to support Thomas while he was studying and this financial support was to continue for the rest of their married life.. A Dwelling house in Padstow owned by Thos. Peter late of Padstow now of Westminster, surgeon was sold to John Tredwien of Padstow, shipwright.3 A Further Mortgage was taken out on Treator, Trenyow and Trevone on 24 November 1821 by Thos. Peter of Padstow, surgeon and Dorothea Maria Peter of Treator, spinster from John Downing of Budock, gent. and Francis Camborne Paynter of St. Columb Major, gent..4
Thomas practised as a medical doctor at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2 The sale of Treator by public auction took place on 11 June 1823 at 4 pm at Osborne's Hotel in Padstow, following extensive advertising both locally and in London. Immediately after the sale of the main estate a High rent of 13s.4d. per annum payable out of the lands of the late Humphrey Prideaux,esq was also offered for sale.5 Spreety Meadow, Padstow was sold by Thomas Peter of Padstow, surgeon to his sister Dorothea Maria Peter of Padstow spinster for the consideration of 18 pounds. This transfer was to pay the inheritance of 600 pounds owed to Dorothea by Thomas Peter as directed by their father in the marriage settlement and will.4 Thomas died at age 62 on 20 July 1859. He was buried after 20 July 1859 at St Blazey, Cornwall, England.

Family

Mary Ann Ariell d. Sep 1882
Marriage*He married Mary Ann Ariell on 21 September 1821 at London, England. Mary Ann was the daughter of a watchmaker in London. Thomas and Mary were married in Clerkenwall which was the London district of the watchmakers. Her father made an allowance to support Thomas while he was studying and this financial support was to continue for the rest of their married life.. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register, "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NFB3-1BY : accessed 04 Jul 2014), Thomas Peter, 20 Dec 1796; citing Padstow, Cornwall, England, reference page 15; FHL microfilm 1596067.
  2. [S141] Letter from Karen Gale, Vancouver CA.
  3. [S62] Prideaux Brune Family Papers, PB/1/225/1,2.
  4. [S62] Prideaux Brune Family Papers,.
  5. [S300] The Times London, 21 May 1823 Sale of Treator p.2 Issue 11877, Col A.

William Peter

M, b. 1801, d. 26 September 1826
FatherCharles Peter of Treator, gent b. b 23 Oct 1774, d. 30 Mar 1814
MotherBetty Blake Bone b. b 29 Nov 1775, d. 27 Jul 1830
     William was born in 1801 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. William died on 26 September 1826 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.

John Peter

M, b. before 2 April 1798, d. 19 January 1830
FatherCharles Peter of Treator, gent b. b 23 Oct 1774, d. 30 Mar 1814
MotherBetty Blake Bone b. b 29 Nov 1775, d. 27 Jul 1830
     John was born before 2 April 1798 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Following his marriage in 1819, John remained in Padstow where he was to become a husbandman and farmer.1 He resided, at Trenearn, Padstow, Cornwall, England, in 1819. He married Mary Mitchell in 1819. John died following a shooting accident on 19 January 1830 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2 He was buried on 25 January 1830 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. M;
     This report taken from the West Briton newspaper, appeared in The Times of London on Tuesday 26 January 1830. "On Tuesday last, seeing a flock of wild geese in his neighbourhood, went in pursuit of them, accompanied by his apprentice, a lad about 13 years of afe. Each carried a gun. Mr. Peter had a single barrelled, and the lad cariried a double-barrelled piece. On coming to a hedge near the geese, Mr. Peter cocked both locks of the lad's gun, and desired him to fire when he should give the word. Mr. Peter fired, and immediately turned to the lad, saying "Fire". The boy discharged both barrells, and being unable to raise the gun sufficiently, the contents were lodged in the head of his unfortunate master, which was literally blown to pieces, and he fell dead on the spot, leaving a widow in a state of pregnancy, and four infant children to lament their irreparable loss."3

Family

Mary Mitchell b. s 1800
Marriage*He married Mary Mitchell in 1819. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  2. [S34] John Peter 1830, Monumental Inscription.
  3. [S289] Mr. John Peter, The Times Obituary.

Henry Peter

M, b. say 1803, d. 17 November 1810
FatherCharles Peter of Treator, gent b. b 23 Oct 1774, d. 30 Mar 1814
MotherBetty Blake Bone b. b 29 Nov 1775, d. 27 Jul 1830
     Henry was born say 1803. Henry is referred as the fourth son of Charles Peter and Betty Blake his wife.. He was buried on 17 November 1810 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Henry died on 17 November 1810 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2

Citations

  1. [S115] Padstow, St Petroc, Bishop's Transcript.
  2. [S34] Henry Peter 1810, Monumental Inscription.

Dorothy Maria Peter

F, b. 25 November 1799, d. 13 January 1867
FatherCharles Peter of Treator, gent b. b 23 Oct 1774, d. 30 Mar 1814
MotherBetty Blake Bone b. b 29 Nov 1775, d. 27 Jul 1830
     Dorothy Maria Peter was baptized on 25 November 1799 at St Petroc, Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 She married Martin Richards on 11 September 1836 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2 Dorothy died at age 67 on 13 January 1867 at Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.3

Family

Martin Richards b. 1 Jun 1788, d. 15 Aug 1843
Child

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  2. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register, FP170/1/11 Marriages 1803-1837.
  3. [S34] Monumental Inscription.

Martin Richards

M, b. 1 June 1788, d. 15 August 1843
     Martin was born on 1 June 1788. He married Dorothy Maria Peter on 11 September 1836 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Martin Richards left a will on 12 February 1839 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2 He appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Padstow, Cornwall, England; The family were living at Avon Cottage. Martin stated his age as above 50 and had independent means.3 Martin died at age 55 on 15 August 1843.

Family

Dorothy Maria Peter b. 25 Nov 1799, d. 13 Jan 1867
Child

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register, FP170/1/11 Marriages 1803-1837.
  2. [S290] Martyn Richards, Will 12 February 1839, Copy.
  3. [S5] 1841.

Dorothea Blake

F, b. before 26 September 1756, d. 29 October 1788
FatherJohn Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
MotherJoan Martin b. b 8 Sep 1715, d. 16 Jul 1790
     Dorothea was born before 26 September 1756 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Dorothea died She died intestate. Administration of her goods was finally sought by John Bone, husband of one of her sisters, on behalf of her three surviving sisters as next of Kin. A citation to this effect was served on Betty Hellyer and Maria Bone dated 30 January 1810. Jenny Corkhill had previously renounced her interest in letters of administration. John Bone was granted administration on 19 March 1810. on 29 October 1788.1

Citations

  1. [S204] Dorothea Blake, Administration of goods., testamantary Bundle 1800-1819.

Joan Martin

F, b. before 8 September 1715, d. 16 July 1790
FatherWilliam Martin yeoman b. 14 Jul 1671
MotherJoan Moyle b. s 1690, d. a 3 Jul 1749
ChartsAncestors Margaret Wain 12 gen.
     Joan was born before 8 September 1715 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Joan signed a marriage settlement with John Blake gent circa 14 September 1743 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Was Land Contract on 14 February 1783 at Pentonlenna Street, Padstow, Cornwall, England; John Mably of St Minver gent. and Joan Blake of Padstow, widow.
details not yet available.1 Joan Martin left a will on 9 April 1789 at Padstow, Cornwall, England; In the Name of God Amen I Joan Blake of the parish of Padstow and County of Cornwall Widow do hereby make Ordain Publish & declare this to be my Last Will and Testament in manner and form hereafter following_
Imp- I Give and devise to my Daughter Betty Blake my Silver Tankard, I give and devise unto John Mably Junr and Charles Kent of the Parish of St Minver Yeomen and Walter Hicks of the Parish of Lanulion, their Exers Administrators and Assigns, All the Garden Stable and Courtelage adjoining the House John Bone now lives in, In Trust, to and for my Daughter Maria, now wife of the said John Bone, to her sole separate and peculiar use, and by her to be enjoyed or put to what use she shall think proper
Lastly all the rest residue and remainder of my Lands and tenements Real and Personal Goods Chattels Credits and Money and all other my Effects whatsoever or wheresoever I give and Devise unto the said John Mably Charles Kent and trhe said Walter Hicks, In trust for my three Daughters, Jenny Corkhill, Betty Blake, and Maria Bone, equally to be divided between them Share and Share alike. And my further Will and meaning is, that if one of my said executrixes shall sue or disturb the other of them, or bring any Action either in Law or Equity, or enter any Caveat in any Ecclesiastical Court, against this my last Will and Testament, then She or they are n ot, nor shall not, have any Benefit or advantage of this my last Will and Testament. But the same to be and remain the property of the said John Mably, Charles Kent, and Walter Hicks, In Trust to and for the other Executrix or Executrixes, In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my Hand and Seal, this Ninth day of April in the Year of our Lord one Thousand seven Hundred and Eighty nine, 1789

Signed Sealed Published and declared by the said Testatrix for and as her last Will and Testament in presence of Us who subscribed our names as Witnesses to the same in her presence and in presence of Each other.



Charles Hellyar
John Hetherington
Christian Clemocs                    Joan Blake.2
Joan died on 16 July 1790 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.3

Family

John Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
Children

Citations

  1. [S206] Deeds, Pentonlenna Street, Padstow, Prideaux Brune Family Papers.
  2. [S272] Joan Blake Widow, Copy WIll 1789, Copy will held in PB Archive - ref PB/5/93.
  3. [S115] Padstow, St Petroc, Bishop's Transcript.

William Henry Pawlyn Withell

M, b. 5 April 1892, d. 1 April 1976
FatherRichard Pawlyn Withell b. 26 Jun 1860, d. 20 May 1920
MotherAnna Rachel Bowman b. 17 Apr 1851, d. 20 Jan 1930
     William was born on 5 April 1892 at Pentewan, St Austell district, Cornwall, England. Richard Pawlyn registered the birth and gave his occupation as farmer..1 He appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 at Rockwood, Manitoba, Canada;      
Name: Pawlyn Withell
Birth Date: Apr 5 1892
Birthplace: England
Location: Rockwood
Relationship to Head of Household: son
Film #: T-6435
Division #:            7
Page #:            1
Entry #:            3
Family #:            1
Immigration:            1894
Census Year:            1901.

William Henry Pawlyn Withell began military service on 26 October 1914 at Winnipeg, Canada, He gave his name as Henry P Withell and his residence was 338 Atlantic Avenue Winnipeg. His next of kin was R P Withel and he was unmarried. His occupation had been a conductor (with the Canadian Railways?) and he was willing to serve overseas. His age was calculated as 22 years 6 months.
The medical examination reported him as fit for enlistment. His height was 6ft 6ins, girth when fully expanded was 36 ins with a 2 in. expansion. Complexion fair, eyes grey and hair brown. Religion Wesleyan.2 He put his own life in danger to help some wounded soldiers. During the worst of the bombardment, Stretcher bearer Smith was badly wounded whilst dressing another man. Pte Withell went out and dressed both their wounds and remained with both these men until they died. He was out in the open for several hours with no other protection than a shovel covering his head. on 4 April 1916 at St Eloi, France.3 He was honor on 11 October 1916; for bravery when serving in France.4 He married Mary Garnet; Recheck Winnipeg Free Press.5 William died at age 83 on 1 April 1976 at Vancouver, Canada. His death was reported in the Winnifred Free Press on Thursday. April 1st, 1976

WITHELL, William Henry Pawlyn (Paul), 83, of Vancouver, husband of Mary
Withell.6

Family

Mary Garnet d. 9 Feb 1984
Marriage*He married Mary Garnet; Recheck Winnipeg Free Press.5 
Child

Citations

  1. [S187] England, Birth Certificate, Certified copy of an entry in a Register of Births.
  2. [S477] Henry Pawlyn Withell, No. 71443, No. 71443.
  3. [S523] William Henry Pawlyn Withell, 19001_485536548, L.G.29780, Withell, H.P. Cpl. Number 71443, 27th Infantry Battalion.
  4. [S523] William Henry Pawlyn Withell, 19001_485536548, Withell HP Canada Military Honours and Awards Citation Cards19001_485536548.
  5. [S455] Winnipeg Free Press, Tuesday Feb 14th 1984.
  6. [S455] Winnipeg Free Press.

Elizabeth Trevethan

F, b. before 27 December 1711, d. before 22 March 1733/34
     Elizabeth was born before 27 December 1711 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. She married John Blake gent on 16 July 1733 at St Petroc, Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Elizabeth Trevethan was buried on 22 March 1734 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Elizabeth died before 22 March 1733/34 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Elizabeth's death after only eight months of marriage suggests that her death would have been the result of childbirth..1

Family

John Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.

Jenny Blake

F, b. before 20 September 1744
FatherJohn Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
MotherJoan Martin b. b 8 Sep 1715, d. 16 Jul 1790
     Jenny was born before 20 September 1744 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. She married William Corkhill mariner in 1771 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. William listed his place of residence as Whitehaven. This was most likely the Port at which he had obtained his seaman's ticket..1 Jenny Blake signed a Land Contract on 22 August 1836 at Padstow, Cornwall, England; The Jenny Corkhill noted in the document may have been a grandaughter of this Jenny.2 Jenny died .

Family

William Corkhill mariner
Children

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  2. [S62] Prideaux Brune Family Papers, PB/1/340.
  3. [S182] International Genealogical Index, Family History Library, Salt Lake City.

Richard Blake

M, b. before 24 January 1746, d. before 28 December 1767
FatherJohn Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
MotherJoan Martin b. b 8 Sep 1715, d. 16 Jul 1790
     Richard was born before 24 January 1746 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. Richard died before 28 December 1767 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 He was buried on 28 December 1767 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.

Betty Blake

F, b. before 5 July 1750
FatherJohn Blake gent b. b 3 Nov 1712, d. 21 Oct 1781
MotherJoan Martin b. b 8 Sep 1715, d. 16 Jul 1790
     Betty was born before 5 July 1750 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. She married Charles Hellyar gent by linence on 20 May 1789 in the church of St Petroc at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Betty died .

Family

Charles Hellyar gent b. s 1760, d. b 1810

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.

Charles Hellyar gent

M, b. say 1760, d. before 1810
     Charles was born say 1760. He married Betty Blake on 20 May 1789 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Charles died before 1810.

Family

Betty Blake b. b 5 Jul 1750

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.

Thomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath

M, b. before 12 July 1712, d. 23 May 1784
FatherThomas Peter gent of Treharrock, St Kew1 b. b 24 Apr 1679, d. Apr 1727
MotherDiana (?) (Peter) d. b 16 Feb 1731/32
ChartsAncestors Margaret Wain 12 gen.
     Thomas was born before 12 July 1712 at St Kew, Cornwall, England.1 He married Mary Teague of Endellion on 10 March 1752 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England, In his marriage allegation and the parish register he is referred to as "Thomas Peter of St.Kew", but in later documents he was called "Thomas of Endellion". Phillimore lists Thomas Peter of St Teath and Mary Teague by license.
SO need to check if there was a William Teague in St Endellion or St Kew.. Thomas died on 23 May 1784 at Endellion, Cornwall, England. He was buried on 27 May 1784 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England. His name was added to the tombstone erected in memory of his daughter Mary who had died from smallpox when only 5 years old. This tombstone was later removed and installed as part of the stone floor of the parish church at Endellion.2

Family

Mary Teague of Endellion b. b 30 Jan 1732
Children

Citations

  1. [S291] St Kew parish records, Church of England, St Kew Parish, Cornwall.
  2. [S161] St Endellion Cornwall, Parish Register.

Mary Teague of Endellion

F, b. before 30 January 1732
ChartsAncestors Margaret Wain 12 gen.
     Mary was born before 30 January 1732 at St Kew, Cornwall, England. She married Thomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath on 10 March 1752 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England. Mary died .

Family

Thomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath b. b 12 Jul 1712, d. 23 May 1784
Children

Mary Peter

F, b. 1753, d. 1 March 1758
FatherThomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath b. b 12 Jul 1712, d. 23 May 1784
MotherMary Teague of Endellion b. b 30 Jan 1732
     Mary was born in 1753 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England. Mary died Small Pox on 1 March 1758 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England. She was buried on 2 March 1758 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England.

Rebecca Peter

F, b. before 20 April 1756
FatherThomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath b. b 12 Jul 1712, d. 23 May 1784
MotherMary Teague of Endellion b. b 30 Jan 1732
     Rebecca died . Rebecca was born before 20 April 1756 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England.

Thomas Peter

M, b. before 10 September 1759, d. before 1791
FatherThomas Peter of St Endellion and St Teath b. b 12 Jul 1712, d. 23 May 1784
MotherMary Teague of Endellion b. b 30 Jan 1732
     Thomas was born before 10 September 1759 at St Endellion, Cornwall, England. Thomas died before 1791 but a record has not been found. Otherwise he would have inherited the property at Treator which was entailed..

Mary Morrison

F
FatherDonald Morrison
     Mary died . Mary was born.

William Corkhill mariner

M
     William was born. He married Jenny Blake in 1771 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. William listed his place of residence as Whitehaven. This was most likely the Port at which he had obtained his seaman's ticket..1 William Corkhill mariner left a will on 28 November 1815; GET.

Family

Jenny Blake b. b 20 Sep 1744
Children

Citations

  1. [S221] Padstow, St Petroc, Parish Register.
  2. [S182] International Genealogical Index, Family History Library, Salt Lake City.

Maria Bone

F, b. before 10 September 1777
FatherJohn Bone gent of Padstow and Probus b. b 13 Jul 1742, d. 27 Jan 1814
MotherMaria Blake b. b 9 May 1753, d. b 30 Oct 1826
     Maria died . Maria was born before 10 September 1777.

Ann Bone

F, b. before 3 January 1779, d. 16 September 1857
FatherJohn Bone gent of Padstow and Probus b. b 13 Jul 1742, d. 27 Jan 1814
MotherMaria Blake b. b 9 May 1753, d. b 30 Oct 1826
     Ann was born before 3 January 1779 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. She married John Bryant Rev. on 5 September 1815 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.1 Ann died on 16 September 1857 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.2 She was buried after 16 September 1857 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. A tombstone is incribed in the memory of Ann Bryant wife of Revd. J Bryant, daughter of John Bohen formerly of Travorgiland, Holyrood in this county, and granddaughter of John Blake of this town.2

Family

John Bryant Rev. d. b 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S153] Letters from Susan Old,.
  2. [S34] Ann Bryant 1857, Monumental Inscription.

Maria Bone

F, b. before 2 July 1781
FatherJohn Bone gent of Padstow and Probus b. b 13 Jul 1742, d. 27 Jan 1814
MotherMaria Blake b. b 9 May 1753, d. b 30 Oct 1826
     Maria died .1 Maria was born before 2 July 1781 at Padstow, Cornwall, England.

Citations

  1. [S34] Monumental Inscription.

Dorothea Bone

F, b. before 11 February 1783
FatherJohn Bone gent of Padstow and Probus b. b 13 Jul 1742, d. 27 Jan 1814
MotherMaria Blake b. b 9 May 1753, d. b 30 Oct 1826
     Dorothea was born before 11 February 1783. Dorothea died .