Floyd family Gwinear

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    Hannah Floyd baptised 1810 daughter of Thomas and Sarah Floyd.
    I haven't looked for siblings for her and thought that it is time to do so.
    Cornwallopc have 7 baptisms of children born to Thomas and Sarah between from 1804 to 1817.
    There is a Anna bapt 1804 and I presume that Hannah was name after her. 1804 Anna/Hannah died aged 3.
    Before I tread down that path I would like input into whether or not they are from one family.
     
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    There's a marriage of Thomas Floyd and Sarah Thomas, 28th May 1803 at Gwinear. by the way, there's quite a few Floyds in the register.
    Hugh.
     
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    You'll find it here at the Internet Archives
    Hugh.

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    FreeReg have transcribed the parish registers of Gwinnear, Genie. As Hugh has said above, marriage at Gwinnear on 28 May 1803 of Thomas FLOYD & Sarah THOMAS. Their first child, Anna, is baptised on 16 September 1804 and you should be able to ascertain the baptisms of their other children from FreeReg although interestingly they do not seem to have the baptism of Hannah in 1810 but FMP does. However, you are right to be wary, as there seems to be another Thomas FLOYD married to a Joan who is having children at about the same time. According to the transcripts on FreeReg, the Thomas FLOYD married to Sarah is a Miner by profession.

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    On CornwallOpc and I added Thomas and Sarah as parents and they had 7 children baptised at Gwinear.
    Can't find marriages.
     
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    I think son Thomas FLOYD, baptised in 1807, could have married an Ann HOSKING on 9 May 1846 at Gwinnear. His father shown as Thomas FLOYD and her father as Francis HOSKING. This couple are in Gwinnear in the 1851 census (HO107/1916, folio 394, page 1).

    Son Nicholas FLOYD, baptised 1813, looks to have married an Elizabeth Burall SEMS at Camborne on 21 May 1837 and they are in the 1851 census of Camborne (HO107/1916, folio 165, page 49)

    There is a possible marriage for son Richard, baptised 1814, at Gwinnear on 27 April 1833 to a Mary HOSKIN or another at Camborne on 25 March 1837 to an Elizabeth ROWE, but I cannot find him in census records so far to confirm whether either of these marriages are him.

    Son Philip, baptised 1817, looks to have married a Mary Ann as he is in the 1851 census of Illogan (HO107/1915, folio 446, page 14) but so far I haven't found an appropriate marriage. It looks as if mother Sarah may be living with them although she is shown as his 75 year old widowed daughter on the census form!!

    Janet
     
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    Hi Genie,I went back to around 1737 and found these marriages, hope they help.
    Hugh.
    Gwinear Marriages.
    Philip Floyd & junior & Grace Williams w 14th July 1739
    Richard Floyd & Florence Andrewartha 24th Dec 1743
    John Floyd & Christian Michell 26th Dec 1745
    Richard Floyd & Eliz Orister 11th July 1746
    Thomas Floyde & Mary Hamel w 4th Feb 1748
    John Floyde & Catherine Tregurtha 11th Sept 1749
    Thomas Floyde & Margaret Vivyan 15th Oct 1749
    Matthew Floyd & Elizabeth Jordan 18th Jan 1755
    Richard Floyd & Mary Williams 5th Feb 1756
    Peter Floyd & Mary Phillips 30th June 1760
    Peter Floyd & Patience Gundry 20th July 1760
    Philip Floyd & Mary Barkle 26th Dec 1767
    Richard Floyd & Jane Hendra 25th June 1769
    John Floyd & Elizabeth Davey 14th Feb 1774
    Thomas Floyd & Susannah Reynolds 3rd Mar 1778
     
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    Thanks for the information
    Now found a marriage of Philip on CornwallOpc and they were both living at Roseworthy Hill.His wife was called Mary Ann Trebilcock. Married 2 Feb 1839.

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    1861 has Sarah Floyd with the same family but her son has died.
    Broad lane,Illogan,Redruth.
    Sarah dies in the Dec qtr 1861.
     
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    Freecen has 1841 Philiap (sic)Floyd age 20 a blind miner with wife Mary age 25 and a child N.K at Merry Meeting Piece: HO107/141/5 Place: Penwith -Cornwall Enumeration District: 16
    Civil Parish: Camborne Ecclesiastical Parish: -
    Folio: 50 Page: 6
    Want to know who N.K is but I can't find the family on FMP.
    Can't find Sarah either.
     
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    There is no name recorded just "N.K." followed by ditto marks for the surname. However, it is recorded as a girl aged 1 month. :)
     
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    Just looked at Gov bmd and she was born 1841 J Quarter in REDRUTH UNION Volume 09 Page 241 but no christian name!
    Cornwall Opc has baptism of Mary Ann Floyd on 3 July 1841. Philip the father blind miner.
    Probably meant not Known.
     
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    That child was buried 21 Dec 1842 age 1. Family at Roseworthy Hill.
    Baptism of Mary Ann Floyd 23 Dec 1843 and family at Sunny Corner. Child of Philip.
    I can't find mother Sarah in 1841.
     
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    There is a burial on Family Search at Gwinear on 20th September 1820 of a Sarah FLOYD. No age is given, but it might be her. :)
     
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    Philips mother is living with them in 1861 and dies Dec qtr 1861.
     
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    Ah. Just missing in 1841 then...
     

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