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    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] End of Rootsweb mailing lists - creation of replacement Cornwall genealogy groups.io group
    2. Bret Busby
    3. Hello, everyone. Please read all of the way to the end of this message. It may seem monolithic, but, I aim for complete clearness, and, to avoid any misunderstandings. I am the List Administrator of the Rootsweb Cornish genealogy lists; cornish-ancestors cornish-family cornwall-australia eng-con-bodminmoor The following message was posted to the Rootsweb Listowners Announcements list; On Tue, 7 Jan 2020, RootsWeb Administration wrote: > > Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2020 01:35:06 > From: RootsWeb Administration <rwmailinglists@ancestry.com> > To: rootsweb-listowners-announcements@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROOT-LO-ANNOUN] RootsWeb Mailing Lists > > Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be > discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept > incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools > will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be > put into an archival state. Administrators may save the emails in their list > prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available > and searchable on RootsWeb. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, > Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the > genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry > registered > account. Thank you for being part of the RootsWeb family and contributing to > this community. Sincerely, > The RootsWeb team > > Two options have arisen for subscribers to Rootsweb genealogy mailing lists relating to the County of Cornwall, which is also, the Duchy of Cornwall. From the Cornish-Gen mailing list, Wesley Johnston has created a group that is a Google group facility. He has published a web page with instructions regarding how to join that group, at http://www.wwjohnston.net/famhist/cornish-gen-info.htm As has been done by other Rootsweb genealogy mailing lists List Administrators, I have created a group on groups.io, at https://groups.io/g/Cornwall-place-genealogy which provides a mailing list facility (which is apparently, superior to the Rootsweb genealogical mailing list facility). This has been done, by agreement with Yvonne Bowers, the List Administrator of the Rootsweb genealogy mailing lists; ca-cornish cornish cornish-gen to merge her (first two listed above) lists with my abovenamed lists, in the migration to the new group at groups.io In this, I welcome anyone from the cornish-gen list, who decides to join my groups.io group, and, from any other Rootsweb Cornwall place oriented list, or, otherwise, has an interest in genealogy relating to the County/Duchy of Cornwall, as I believe that Wesley Johnston would welcome anyone from any of the other lists relating to the Cornwall County/Duchy, who decide to join his google group. I believe that Yvonne's Rootsweb mailing lists are far bigger, and, more active, than my Rootsweb lists, so, the merging should be beneficial for all who migrate to either or both of the two groups on offer. Some people prefer google groups; some people prefer groups.io groups. I do not compete with Wesley Johnston, in what he has done with his google group. What I suggest, is that, if you prefer google groups, join Wesley Johnston's google group; if you prefer groups.io groups, join my groups.io group. Or, you can join both, and, if you find that, after a month or so (or, whenever - the choice would be up to you), you prefer one group to the other, you can quit the group that you prefer less, and stay with the one that you prefer; or, if you are inclined, you can stay with both. The web page at https://groups.io/g/Cornwall-place-genealogy includes the group description, and other information about my groups.io group. The reasons that I chose that group name, are these: 1. the word "genealogy" is present, to avoid any confusion with other (possible) groups that may be concerned with current events in Cornwall, or, discussions about politics or other things that do not involve genealogy, such as the biosphere (?), etc. 2. the word "place" is present, to separate this group from discussions of genealogy relating to the Cornish and Cornwall family names, and, any related family names, such as Kurnow. You can create an account, from that web page, and, search for other genealogical, or other, groups that may interest you, or, you can subscribe to the mailing list, directly, by sending an email message to Cornwall-place-genealogy+subscribe@groups.io As that email address contains the plus symbol, you need to ensure that you use exactly that email address, if you use this method. Please subscribe, and, post an introductory message, stating your lineage, and, any queries that you have. Remember; this (Rootsweb) mailing list, and, all Rootsweb mailing lists, are scheduled to cease operation, as of 02 March 2020. -- Bret Busby Group owner - https://groups.io/g/Cornwall-place-genealogy Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    01/13/2020 10:52:30
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    06/01/2015 01:16:34
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] JOHNS FAMILY
    2. Bob Bolitho via
    3. Hi Jeanette The Cornwall online parish clerks database indicates that the father of Silas Johns was Thomas Johns. The database also tells us that Thomas Johns married Joanna Eva on 13 Jan 1823 at St Hilary, and after Joanna's death in Jan 1824 giving birth to son Josiah, Thomas (widower of St Hilary) married Jane George on 1 Aug 1824 at St Erth. The following children of Thomas and Jane were baptised at St Hilary: Trevenen 19 Jun 1825 James 14 Sep 1828 Jane 28 Apr 1833 Silas 17 Apr 1836 Elizabeth Anne 16 Jun 1839 Thomas Johns was buried on 9 Oct 1846 at Ludgvan, aged 50, of St Hilary. His widow, Jane, appears in the 1861 census at St Hilary, aged 66, born Sennen, living with unmarried sons Trevennen and Silas. This information leads me to believe that she was the Jane George baptised on 10 Apr 1796 at Sennen, daughter of John and Honour George. Jane Johns was buried on 8 Apr 1862 at St Hilary. Bob Bolitho Researching families of St Just in Penwith, Pendeen, Morvah and Zennor On 27/09/2014 8:25 PM, David and Jeanette Hutchison via wrote: > Hi everyone > > I'm new to this list and was hoping someone may have information on the > JOHNS family who lived in St Hilary, Cornwall. > > Names of interest > THOMAS JOHNS husband of JANE RAWLINGS > > SILAS JOHNS is my main interest. SILAS married an Elizabeth Ellen Semmens in > May 1862 LUDGVAN. > > Thank you > Jeanette > > > --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com

    09/28/2014 05:50:43
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] JOHNS FAMILY
    2. Bob Bolitho via
    3. Hi Jeanette Silas Johns took part in a wrestling match at Long Gully, Victoria, on 26 Dec 1866, so he must have left Cornwall between 1863 and 1866. In the 1871 census his wife (Ellen) and daughter (Emily Jane) were still in Cornwall, living with Ellen's father, Gideon Semmens, at Ludgvan. Ellen and Emily Jane arrived in Melbourne on 29 Apr 1879 on the Northumberland from Gravesend. Ellen died in Jan 1883 when typhoid fever struck the family in Eaglehawk while Silas was away working as a mining manager at Temora in New South Wales. She was buried on 31 Jan 1883 at Eaglehawk cemetery. Silas died on 24 May 1890 at Sailors Gully, Victoria, and was buried on 26 May 1890 at Eaglehawk cemetery. Bob Bolitho Researching families of St Just in Penwith, Pendeen, Morvah and Zennor On 27/09/2014 8:25 PM, David and Jeanette Hutchison via wrote: > Hi everyone > > > > I'm new to this list and was hoping someone may have information on the > JOHNS family who lived in St Hilary, Cornwall. > > > > Names of interest > > > > THOMAS JOHNS husband of JANE RAWLINGS > > > > SILAS JOHNS is my main interest. SILAS married an Elizabeth Ellen Semmens in > May 1862 LUDGVAN. > > > > Emily Jane Johns was born in 1863. Their next child was born in Victoria, > Australia in 1880. > > > > I haven't been able to find any record of SILAS leaving Cornwall and would > appreciate help with this. > > > > Thank you > > Jeanette > > --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com

    09/28/2014 04:19:26
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] JOHNS FAMILY
    2. David and Jeanette Hutchison via
    3. Hi everyone I'm new to this list and was hoping someone may have information on the JOHNS family who lived in St Hilary, Cornwall. Names of interest THOMAS JOHNS husband of JANE RAWLINGS SILAS JOHNS is my main interest. SILAS married an Elizabeth Ellen Semmens in May 1862 LUDGVAN. Emily Jane Johns was born in 1863. Their next child was born in Victoria, Australia in 1880. I haven't been able to find any record of SILAS leaving Cornwall and would appreciate help with this. Thank you Jeanette

    09/27/2014 12:25:02
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA Digest, Vol 6, Issue 1
    2. Woolcock
    3. This Digest did not arrive properly - the body of the message was blank, and there were only attachments. Among these were a list of topics, but there was no further detail on two of these. I am interested in the one 'PhD research on wives left behind? by 19th century emigrant Cornishmen. can you help? (Trotter, Lesley)', but have nothing but this title. Cheers Patricia Woolcock From: cornwall-australia-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:cornwall-australia-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of cornwall-australia-request@rootsweb.com Sent: 28 August 2012 9:19 PM To: cornwall-australia@rootsweb.com Subject: CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA Digest, Vol 6, Issue 1

    08/29/2012 03:08:37
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] JOHN WATERS HOSKING
    2. Patricia Nalder
    3. Dear all I am seeking information on the HOSKING/HOSKEN FAMILY in Cornwall. John Water Hosking and Jane ELLIS are reported to have come to Australia on the "Time and Truth" no record with their names can be found on the shipping register. The ship left Plymouth on Sept 17th 1852 and arrived in Geelong on Jan 5th 1853. The 1851 UK Census shows them as living with Jane's parents in Sancreed John aged 23 and Jane aged 21. I believe his parents are also on the same page. It seems that on arrival in Australia John and Jane changed their name to HOSKING from HOSKEN. The 1841 UK Census shows the Ellis family in Saint Just. Have not at this stage confirmed this. Any information would be greatly appreciated. The Hosking family history in Australia is being collated. Regards Patricia Patricia Nalder - my husband's grandmother was a Hosking.

    08/28/2012 03:18:30
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] PhD research on wives ‘left behind’ by 19th century emigrant Cornishmen – can you help?
    2. Trotter, Lesley
    3. PhD research on wives ‘left behind’ by 19th century emigrant Cornishmen – can you help? Many Cornish family histories include passed down memories of wives who remained in Cornwall while their husbands emigrated in search of work opportunities around the world throughout the 19th century. However, as yet, these women have largely been neglected when the story of Cornish Emigration is told. Through the Institute of Cornish Studies, University of Exeter, I am carrying out postgraduate research that explores the experiences of these wives: were they were reunited with their husbands either in Cornwall or abroad? How did they cope financially, practically and emotionally in their absence? What were the long-term consequences for the family? Can you help with this research? I would very much like to hear from anyone who has such a story in their family and/or has surviving letters between the husband and wife, or other correspondence or documents that contain information about couples separated by emigration from Cornwall in the period 1800 to 1914. Does anyone know of a diary kept by a wife who found herself in this situation? Any information would be gratefully received, and full acknowledgement given in the resulting PhD thesis and intended book. If you think you can help please contact me via email or at the address below. If you are able to share copies of letters or documents to aid this research, digital images or photocopies would be most welcome, but please do not risk sending original documents by post. Many thanks, Lesley Trotter PhD Researcher Institute of Cornish Studies. Email: ljt210@exeter.ac.uk Postal address: Lesley Trotter, The Institute of Cornish Studies, Peter Lanyon Building, The University of Exeter - Cornwall Campus,
 Penryn,
Cornwall TR10 9EZ,
 United Kingdom.

    04/28/2012 04:53:20
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] WILLIAM MARTIN IN CORNWALL
    2. Graham Littler
    3. Hello Mailers, I have been researching my Wife's ancestors. She was a Martin. I have found reasonable evidence to suggest James Martin, Son of William Martin b.1802, Maker, Cornwall and his Mother Mary Ann Martin b.1806, came to Australia in the ship Matoaka, arriving in Sydney on the 19th May, 1855. Would there be material available for the life of William Martin in Cornwall and his Wife Mary Ann Martin and their Marriage. Regards, Graham Littler, Brisbane, Australia.

    03/14/2011 07:37:19
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] KNEEBONES FROM MENHENIOT
    2. Maureen Power
    3. Is anyone also researching Kneebones from Menheniot? I have traced back to William Kneebone, born abt 1690. Family migrated to Victoria, Australia around 1850 (ô¿ô) Maureen Maureen A. Power P.O. Box 63, EAGLEHAWK. Victoria 3556 AUSTRALIA <mailto:mapower46@bigpond.com> mapower46@bigpond.com ph 03 54469186 mobile 0413 334 269

    12/09/2010 12:57:01
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] SEMMENS family
    2. Petal & Clea Smith
    3. Hi Neville, you may want to think about placing your query on the AUS- SA-YORKE mailing list. Link below... can also search the archives http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/AUS/AUS-SA-YORKE.html Good luck Marianne On 08/12/2010, at 11:18 AM, Neville Lee wrote: > Hi Listers, > > I have come across a NICHOLAS SEMMENS (Breage) m. SARAH ROBARTS > (Ludgvan) 1828. A daughter SARAH SEMMENS m. WILLIAM GAY at Ludgvan > on 16/7/1853. > > A son WILLIAM GAY b.1858 (?) arrived in Moonta Mines, SA in 1884. He > m.ELIZABETH SARAH SIMMONDS (SEMMENS) WILLIAMS on 5/9/1885 in All > Saints Church Moonta Mines. > > To shorten the story ELIZABETH SARAH was raised by JOHN SEMMENS and > wife MARY at Moonta Mines, Barossa (?) and Adelaide. I am assuming > there is connection between the Cornwall and SA SEMMENS families. > > Hoping some lister might be able to shed some light on this for me. > > Neville Lee > Kariong NSW

    12/08/2010 05:00:08
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] Bennetto famoly
    2. David Bennetto
    3. HI ! to all geneas. I have been researching my Bennetto ancestors for a couple of years,and have come to the proverbial “brick wall”. My GGrandparents, Tom and Sarah, (nee Tibballs) I beleive, were married in Lyttleton on 11th. April 1882. I cannot find where and how each family came to NZ nor any info on their parents. My GGGrandfather came from Liskeard, Cornwall; he married Jane Cracole ( or Crowley). That is all the info I can come up with. Can anybody help? Kindest regards David Bennetto

    12/08/2010 04:59:21
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] SEMMENS family
    2. Neville Lee
    3. Hi Listers, I have come across a NICHOLAS SEMMENS (Breage) m. SARAH ROBARTS (Ludgvan) 1828. A daughter SARAH SEMMENS m. WILLIAM GAY at Ludgvan on 16/7/1853. A son WILLIAM GAY b.1858 (?) arrived in Moonta Mines, SA in 1884. He m.ELIZABETH SARAH SIMMONDS (SEMMENS) WILLIAMS on 5/9/1885 in All Saints Church Moonta Mines. To shorten the story ELIZABETH SARAH was raised by JOHN SEMMENS and wife MARY at Moonta Mines, Barossa (?) and Adelaide. I am assuming there is connection between the Cornwall and SA SEMMENS families. Hoping some lister might be able to shed some light on this for me. Neville Lee Kariong NSW

    12/08/2010 04:18:57
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] [CORNISH-ANCESTORS] family search
    2. Susan Herring
    3. Hi, I'm also researching the Berriman's from Troon farm. I am a descendant of Andrew Berriman who moved to Australia in 1855. Susan

    11/06/2010 01:16:02
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] Warrens of Madron, St Just in Penwith and Tregavarah
    2. Jo Kotylak
    3. Hi Everyone, I am a direct descendant of John Warren born 21 Mar 1783 Ludgvan, died 1 Jun 1876 Beechworth, Victoria. His wife was Jane Curnow. Now, I can only confirm details back to John - I BELIEVE his parents were William Warren 1747 St Just In Penwith and HIS wife Loveday Curnow, but I can't prove or clarify this. On Ancestry.com.au they have many trees with William with different wives. One tree has him dying in New York, although I would ask, why would he go there, and not to Australia where John was if he were going anywhere? But that's besides the point. I'd like to clarify who Johns parents were and where they died. I also have another problem. My nephew is marrying a girl who it turns out has Warrens from St Just In Penwith in HER family. Now a James Warren APPARENTLY married an Honor Madden, although again there are many versions of wifes names on Ancestry, and as my family tree prog points out there's 39 years between the two - a bit much, but anyway. James was born 28 Dec 1828 in Pridden, St Buryan. Now, I can't prove that. I DO know he died 1913 Nar Nar Goon, Victoria. The troublee is my first Warren family - well some of them settled at Beechworth, Victoria, and then one of James' descendants were born at Beechworth. What would be the odds of two completely different Warren families lobbing in Beechworth from the same town in the 1800's? I THINK they MUST be related, but I can't prove it. Can anyone help me please, I'm SO stuck. Sorry for the very long missive, but it's a convoluted problem. Best wishes Jo. -- ======= Email scanned by PC Tools - No viruses or spyware found. (Email Guard: 7.0.0.18, Virus/Spyware Database: 6.15100) http://www.pctools.com/ =======

    05/31/2010 09:20:19
    1. [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] John RUNDLE/Sarah RODDA marriage 1854 St Austell
    2. Dick Coleman
    3. I'm trying to help out my cousin in New Zealand whose gggf was John RUNDLE (1835-1896). John, a tin miner, emigrated from England to Australia about 1855, married in 1859 in Victoria, AU & died 1896 also in Victoria. The Australian certificates helpfully show that his parents were John (also a miner) & Elizabeth (formerly HAWKE), who, according to the IGI, married 11 Oct 1828 in St Mewan, Cornwall. Armed with this info, it should have been easy enough to find the family in the 1851 English census, but there are 2 or even 3 possible John RUNDLE-son-of-John-&-Elizabeth's in the frame. My cousin has also scoured shipping lists to trace his voyage to AU, and the one that stands out (from www.theshipslist.com) has John - married to a Sarah RODDA - on the Hoogly which arrived (ex Plymouth, Devon) in Adelaide, South Australia 19 Apr 1855. This is a bit of a surprise as according to his marriage certificate of 1859 in Victoria, John was a bachelor. The marriage of John RUNDLE to Sarah RODDA took place in late 1854 in St Austell, but even getting hold of the marriage certificate is not going to prove he's the 'right' John RUNDLE, even if it says that his father's name was John. My cousin has just traced a death record for Sarah in Adelaide in Sep 1855, sadly with a 5 week old son John, so it looks like John (the father) "reverted" to bachelor-hood, but there's still some uncertainty. Has anyone got parish records for the marriage in St Austell that may show the mother's name + any other details? Or any other ideas? Thanks Dick London, UK

    04/26/2010 11:52:17
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages
    2. Julie & Graeme Wheeler
    3. Hi Kay, Have you tried Dr Sharron Schwartz website for your Mexican research? http://projects.exeter.ac.uk/cornishlatin/index.php Julie from Camborne now in Australia -----Original Message----- From: cornwall-australia-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:cornwall-australia-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of rkherron1 Sent: Wednesday, 17 February 2010 4:09 PM To: Petal & Clea Smith; CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages Hi, I too have not heard anything for ages. I am descended from Thomas' and Manuells of Camborne and Kenwyn, and Carbis and Symonds families of Penzance. The OPR's have been really helpful in tracing ancestors but Cornish Miners in Mexico are very difficult to trace. Even with shipping lists to Australia for the Thomas family I have drawn blanks. Cheers, Kay Herron -------------------------------------------------- From: "Petal & Clea Smith" <csm46736@bigpond.net.au> Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 9:54 AM To: <CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-L@rootsweb.com> Subject: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages > Hi, > > Seems to be no messages coming through. > Is it just quiet or am I not receiving. > > Marianne > Trial email setting change: > "Return" for this List is set to return to message sender, not the whole > List. To reply to the whole List please use "reply all" setting. > > Note: > All emails are copyright to their authors. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > Trial email setting change: "Return" for this List is set to return to message sender, not the whole List. To reply to the whole List please use "reply all" setting. Note: All emails are copyright to their authors. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/18/2010 09:07:09
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] THOMAS, MANUELL
    2. Ken Ozanne
    3. Kay, I have some information about Thomas in Camborne. If you care to tell me what you have I may be able to help. Are your Manuells from Camborne? I have Camborne records, not Kenwyn (or at least only some). Be warned that my response may be slow - I'm travelling for the next few months and my contact to the net may be sporadic. But I will be at CRO by June and thus in as good a position as there is to help with Cornish stuff. I'll also be on the net there and at least some places in between. Best, Ken > Message: 6 > Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 16:08:45 +1100 > From: "rkherron1" <rkherron1@optusnet.com.au> > Subject: Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages > To: "Petal & Clea Smith" <csm46736@bigpond.net.au>, > <CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-L@rootsweb.com> > Message-ID: <5D7DE22E175A4232A32136733D3DE67B@kays> > Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1"; > reply-type=original > > Hi, I too have not heard anything for ages. I am descended from Thomas' and > Manuells of Camborne and Kenwyn, and Carbis and Symonds families of > Penzance. The OPR's have been really helpful in tracing ancestors but > Cornish Miners in Mexico are very difficult to trace. Even with shipping > lists to Australia for the Thomas family I have drawn blanks. > Cheers, Kay > Herron

    02/18/2010 05:31:58
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] messages
    2. KENNETH CAMPBELL
    3. Hi Elizabeth in Melbourne, I am in Sydney, OZ and I hope you can helo me after many years of searching because of so little to go on. My search is for JOSEPH BRAY, born England c 1834, father JOSEPH, mother not listed. I know there was a JOSEPH born in Illagon a little before 1834 and I dont think he is the one. Perhaps you can confirm this after the followng info. JOSEPH joined the Sappers and Miners in Devonport 1856 which was later incorporated into the Royal Enginrrts. He was posted to Spike Islans, Cok, Co. Cork, Ireland.There he married MARGARET CHAP<AN in 1857. They had three children and she died just after the birth of the third in 1862. In the meantime, JOSEPH was posted to Monreal, Canada in 1861 where he deserted the RE in August, 1863 and crossed into USA. He lived the rest of his life there and reaised another family with MARY QUELC, (no marriage found but in casr he was a Widower). He lived and died in 1899 in Burlington, Vermont VT, USA Does this ring a bell? Please reply to my E mail addrss, kcan7375@bigpond.met.au Regards to all, Lex Campbell, Sydney, Australia. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Eliz Cook" <elizcook@iinet.net.au> Cc: <cornwall-australia@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 1:41 PM Subject: Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] messages > Hi Sue and Marianne > I am descended form the Bryants of Illogan. > Elizabeth in Melbourne > Sue Cox wrote: >> You're the first Cornish Australian I've heard from for a long, long >> time! >> >> Sue Cox >> >> O > > Trial email setting change: > "Return" for this List is set to return to message sender, not the whole > List. To reply to the whole List please use "reply all" setting. > > Note: > All emails are copyright to their authors. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/18/2010 04:40:44
    1. Re: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages
    2. rkherron1
    3. Hi, I too have not heard anything for ages. I am descended from Thomas' and Manuells of Camborne and Kenwyn, and Carbis and Symonds families of Penzance. The OPR's have been really helpful in tracing ancestors but Cornish Miners in Mexico are very difficult to trace. Even with shipping lists to Australia for the Thomas family I have drawn blanks. Cheers, Kay Herron -------------------------------------------------- From: "Petal & Clea Smith" <csm46736@bigpond.net.au> Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 9:54 AM To: <CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-L@rootsweb.com> Subject: [CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA] No messages > Hi, > > Seems to be no messages coming through. > Is it just quiet or am I not receiving. > > Marianne > Trial email setting change: > "Return" for this List is set to return to message sender, not the whole > List. To reply to the whole List please use "reply all" setting. > > Note: > All emails are copyright to their authors. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CORNWALL-AUSTRALIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    02/17/2010 09:08:45