Thomas Tremellen and Elizabeth Nancarrow

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  1. Genie1

    Genie1 Well-Known Member

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    The above were married on 27 June 1829 at St Austell.
    According to the 1851 census,Thomas was born at Gwinear and was a copper miner. Elizabeth was born 1807 at Creed. The 1851 census has them living at 1851 at Harriess Pennpillick, Tywardreath, St Austell, Cornwall with wife and 4 children.
    HO107,Piece 1906.Folio 170.Page 32.
    There are 4 children.
    William born 1834. He transforms into Tremelling and marries Grace Rogers.I have found his descendents.
    I know nothing of his siblings at the moment.
    Catherine 1838 born St Ewe.
    Thomas 1840 St Ewe.
    John N (probably Nancarrow) born 1849.
    I don't remember how but I have Elizabeth (their mother) parents as Thomas Nancarrow and Catherine Webb.
    I can't find the family in 1841.
     
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    I should have said that John N was born at St Blazey.
     
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    Is this them?

    Thomas Tremely Male 35 1806 Cornwall, England
    Elizabeth Tremely Female 35 1806 Cornwall, England
    with children

    HO107/146/8/43/17
     
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    There is a family transcribed as Tremely (by Ancestry) in 1841 at St. Ewe that could be them.
    I can't make out Thomas's occupation though.

    Thomas 35
    Elizabeth 35
    Frances 10
    Elizabeth 9
    William 7
    Thomas 8 months
    Catherine 3
     
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    Snap! That's the family I found
     
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    The occupation is nearly unreadable isn't it
     
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    GRO has a death.

    TREMELLING, CATHERINE
    Age: 14
    1852 J Quarter in SAINT AUSTELL Volume 05C Page 89Cornwall OPC has

    Cornwallopc has

    Burial - 5-Apr-1952
    Parish Or Reg District - Tywardreath
    Katherine TREMELLING
    Age: 14
    Residence: Penpillick in Tywardreath

    The same address as the 1851 census
     
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    Others on that page also have the same occupation.
    I thought that my handwriting was bad!
     
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    Thanks for that,Chimp.
     
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    I put in name variants but Tremely didn't appear.
     
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    Daft Bat Administrator. Chief cook & bottle washer! Staff Member

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    Occupation looks like something driver to me.....

    Hang on....

    Perhaps T Miner for Tin Miner?
     
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    I have found Elizabeth Tremellon in 1881 and she is a widow living at Penpillick.
    RG11. Piece 2299.Folio 107 .Page 7
     
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    Sorry I can find the post on here (maybe another site) that has helped me find several people. That is using wildcards in the search box in this case i put in Trem*
     
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    Just done what you suggested and found this.
    1871
    RG10.Piece 2259.Folio 43.Page 12.
    Name as Tremetter and a boarder. Looking at the actual census it is possible that it should be Tremellon? Birth place is Grampound instead of Creed.But is the right area.
     
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    AnnB Editor in Chief who is Hot off the Press!

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    I agree Jan :)
     
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    There was me racking my brains for a occupation to do with mining Starting with F. :headbang:
     
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    He is a copper miner in 1851.
    No luck with finding anything about the children. Bar 1845 William.
     
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    Transferable skills. ;)
     
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