1] William Mollard baptised 19 May 1817 in Germoe - was the son of John Mollard and Alice Tyrack. I have not been able to find him in the 1841 census but there is a possibility that he may have died before the census. There was a death in Helston R.D. vol. 9 page 78 of a 23 year old that fits. Upon checking Cornwall OPC for a burial record, the only one that came up was for a Mary Anne on 23 Apr. 1841 age 33 in Breage. Can anyone who may have access to burial records to find the burial? 2] Elizabeth Tyrack Mollard baptised 4 May 1823 in Germoe - is the sister of the William above. She can be found in 1841 with parents and siblings in Germoe. She is with her widowed Father in 1851 in Germoe [occ. Farm Lab.] - her mother died in 1849. Her father died in 1854 and she can be found in 1861 with her married brother Richard and his wife and daughter in Germoe [occ. Ag. Lab.]. Checking on Cornwall OPC for likely burials there were none and as for possible marriage there was one Elizabeth Mollard on 8 Mar. 1875 to a Matthew Williams but she was aged 19. A witness was Alice Mollard and she indicated that her father was John deceased. I also have an Alice Mollard who married William Thomas Jennings but that marriage was in 1878 but she named her father as James and he didn't die until 1883. I can't find this Elizabeth or her husband after marriage. 3] Francis Mollard baptised 16 Feb. 1817 in Germoe - was the son of William Mollard and Mary Piper. He can be found in the 1841 census with parents and brother James in Germoe where he was a Tin Miner. I found a likely death via Cornwall OPC of a Francis Mollard age 39 which looks promising. He died on 10 Jul. 1855 in Liskeard and a article from the Royal Cornwall Gazette shows his burial on 20 Jul. and that he was late of Germoe and was Captain of Wheal Trewetha Mine. This looks promising. I wonder if anyone has access to newspapers in Cornwall that might shed a little more detail on him or if we can find him on the 1851 census?