Jane Osborne and brother Henry Osborne of Illogan

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    I find it more exciting to have ancestors like this than 'oh he was an Ag Lab and did nothing wrong" with this sort of stuff you get an idea what the people were like instead of once every 10 years at census time.
     
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    Elizabeth Ann may have been the daughter of Edward Sincock and Mary Jane Iddy (Eddy?)
    Edward has Jane Hasborn probably Osborne?
    Jane mother Mary Jane Eddy.
    Elizabeth Jane has jane Osborn.
    Can't find William Henry 1849
     
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    I agree.
    Last one to find is Jane's brother. Wonder what he got up to.
     
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    The Children for Jane and Edward Sincock, according to an online tree are:-

    Thomas Sincock 1848–
    William Henry Sincock 1849–
    Edward Sincock 1851–1885
    Elizabeth Jane Sincock 1853–1923
    John Sincock 1857–1858
    John Sincock 1858–1881
    Mary May Sincock 1860–1943
     
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    Henry? Didn’t Henry die?
     
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    I can't remember now o_O can't even remember when he was born ?
     
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    I haven't a death for him in my tree.
     
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    Baptised 4th Dec 1827.
     
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    On your other thread a while back. Henry Osborne 1859 Penzance. Did you follow that one up?
     
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    Now found a report about a Henry Osborne of Paul,Churchtown ,Penzance.
    He shot himself in the hand by accident.He is the son of Henry at the same address.
    Cornish Telegraph.21 September 1859.
     
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    Hmmm not sure that Henry Osborne is yours. There is a death in 1880 for a Henry Osborne of Paul,Churchtown ,Penzance. he was aged 71 giving a birth of 1809.
     
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    I am sure he not mine. They stayed in the Illogan area.
    I believe that my Henry's father died March 1830 at Illogan Highway.
     
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    Ah yes, under Osborn. Gosh, such an early age to die of "decline".
     
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    Mining didn't help their health.
    I haven't found his wife's death yet.
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    In 1861 she was with her unmarried children Elizabeth and Andrew at Illogan Highway.
     
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    Fascinating thread this!
     
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    FMP have a death of William Henry Sincock, 5 March 1851 age 15 months ,at Ohalloran Hill,Adelaide. Is he Jane and Edward's son?
     
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    Jane's nephew Samuel born 1857 at Illogan emigrated to Gympie,Australia with his wife and 2 daughters and had more children.
    I have all of his details.
    Nieces of Jane I can't find are
    Elizabeth Jane Osborne born 1852 at Illogan .Last seen in 1891 age 31 living with family at Blowing House, Barncoose Terrace, Illogan, Redruth, Cornwall.
    Mary born 1858 at Illogan .Last seen 1881 at Blowinghouse Road, Illogan, Redruth, Cornwall with parents and siblings.
    Nephew William Henry Osborne 1854 at Illogan.Last seen in 1871 at Highway,Old Workhouse,Illogan,Redruth,Cornwall.
    I have been lookung at marriages in the Redruth District to see if I can find them in later censuses but no luck yet.
    William and Jane Osborne are the parents of the above.
     
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    Found a marriage June qtr 1885 marriage between Mary Osborne and John Nicholls.
    Looked for births for Nicholls with mother Osborne and found Emily born 1887 and Ethel Jane born 1886.Both in the Redruth district.
    The 1891 census the family were living at Trevingey Terrace,Redruth and she is now Mary A ,born Redruth and year of birth is 1862
    1901 has the family living at St Day,Gwennap and Mary A and still born at Redruth.There are 2 more daughters-Edith 1891 and Hilda. Both of these girls have Mayne as a mother.
    I think that Mary A is the 2nd wife of John Nicholls.
    There is a marriage between John Nicholls and Mary Ann Mayne in September qtr 1890.
    CornwallOPC has a burial 20 February 1890 for Mary Nicholls age 28 at Blowinghouse,Redruth.
    Blowinghouse is where (if she is the right Mary)her mother is living in 1891.
    Am I on the right track?
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    Can't find the burial now:headbang::headbang::headbang: Maybe I made a mistake in the first place.:rolleyes:
     
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    South Australia is a hard place to research records. I always have trouble finding anything on there.

    There is a site which I think hold records (or says it does) but you need to be a member to see the records. At $110 (around £59)I think I'll give it a miss

    Or you can get a transcription for a death cert for around £13

    A lot of money to pay for a twiglet on a branch.
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