William Cragoe of Broadock and St. Pinnock, Cornwall [Crago family tree]

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Born in Braddock, Cornwall, England on to William Crago and Honour Wilton. William Cragoe married Elizabeth Hocking and had 5 children.

He passed away on 05 Feb in St. Pinnock, Cornwall, Of Birth: Braddock, Cornwall, England. Born in Braddock, Cornwall, England on to William Crago and Honour Wilton. William Cragoe married Elizabeth Hocking and had 5 children.

He passed away on 05 Feb in St. Pinnock, Cornwall, England. 2) William Crago b. abt of St Pinnock, Cornwall, England, who seems to have immigrated to Ontario,Canada between andwith 13 known Crago surnamed descendants.

3) John Crago b. abt of St Pinnock, Cornwall, England, who seems to have immigrated about to Ontario, Canada, with 9 known Crago surnamed descendants.

Parish History [edit | edit source]. PINNOCK, ST., a parish, in the union of Liskeard, hundred of West, E. division of Cornwall, 4 miles WSW from is a place of worship for Calvinists. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source].

Births, marriages and deaths were kept by the government from July to the present day. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II Trago Farmhouse St. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II Stone Hedge Metres East of Trago Farm St. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II Treverbyn Lodge St. Neot, Cornwall, PL14 II* Treverbyn Vean St.

Neot, Cornwall, PL14 II Milestone at Sx St. Neot, Cornwall, PL14 II West Largin Railway Viaduct. The booklets are available in Cornwall at the Cornwall Centre (formerly known as the Cornish Studies Library), and is also available in the Cornwall FHS Library. The Census of Bradock (RG9/), Enumeration District 2, is available on-line from the Cornwall Online Census project.

On 30 SeptGeorge Crago married Elizabeth Allen in St Austell. census shows children thus; Ellen, 5 John, 4 Elizabeth Ann, 2 Joseph, 1 Crago family of Liskeard/St Austell mid s (Cornwall) Page 1 James Arthur Bunt. From St Pinnock. Cornwall. sailed to New Zealand on the "Waitang" to Christchurch leaving 7 September and arriving on the 7 December she married Hezekiah CRAGOE in Braddock on 5th Jan /6.

He was from Braddock, the son of Hezekiah Cragoe and Patience GUMMOW(sometimes spelled GUMMAH). William Bunt.

On this page you'll find the most common surnames in eighteenth-century Cornwall, parish by parish, taken from the names of brides in marriage registers from to I've amalgamated spelling variants of names as far as possible and just entered the most common local spelling in the list below. Why the eighteenth century rather.

CORNISH WILLS PROVED AT THE PREROGATIVE COURT OF CANTERBURY: The following is a list of persons who held lands in Cornwall, or resided in Cornwall, and had wills proved at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Neot, Cornwall, PL14 II St Pinnock Viaduct St. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II West Largin Railway Viaduct Broadoak, Cornwall, PL14 II Milestone at Sx St. Neot, Cornwall, PL14 II Trago Farmhouse St. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II Stone Hedge Metres East of Trago Farm St. Pinnock, Cornwall, PL14 II Treverbyn Lodge.

Records deposited coverthese registers are kept at the County Record Office, County Hall, Truro TR1 3AY. The Family History Library has microfilmed parish register transcripts frommarriage transcriptions from and parish registers from Since its beginning inthe society has aimed to become a ‘centre of excellence’ by encouraging Cornish family history research.

This is being achieved by publishing a quarterly Journal, co-ordinating the transcription and indexing of over 5 million original records, maintaining a research library in Truro for members and the general public and offering a means of worldwide contact.

William Crago was born on month dayat birth place, to William Cragoe and Patience Crago (born Gummow). William was born on August 12in Braddock. Cornwall. Elizabeth Ann Crago baptised 13 Mar in St.

Neot, Cornwall 5. Mary Ann Crago 2 Dec baptised in St. Neot, Cornwall. John Tamblyn Crago 2 Aug - # aged 66 wed Fanny Rowland, 12 Mar in St.

Pinnock Cornwall who died 29 Nov in England. He wed Jane Pascoe - 16 Dec # a daughter of Elizth Mitchell. A parishe situate upon the north sea coaste, wherin is a greate hill called St Anns Ball, one of the higheste hills in Cornwall: A verie Riche hill in Tynn-workes." Nearly two hundred years later, Lysons Cornwall, volume III of the Magna Brittania,provides further insight into the history of St Agnes.

The history of Cornwall, from the earlist records and traditions, to the present time Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Cornwall Online Census Project, Transcript of RG9/ (Part 1). BROADOAK, or Bradock, a parish in Liskeard district, Cornwall; 2 miles SSW of Doublebois railway station, and 4 NE by E of Lostwithiel.

It includes West Taphouse hamlet. The parish has been called: Broad Oak, Broadoak, Brodehog, Bradock, Braddock; it is now mainly referred to as Braddock. Cornwall Online Census Project, Transcript of RG12/ (Part 1). Census information for this parish ( - ) is held in the Cornwall Record Cornwall Family History Society offers a census search service for its members.

Specific census information for this parish is available as follows: The Census of Boconnoc (HO/), Enumeration District 1, is available on-line from the Cornwall Online Census project.

Cornwall Online Census Project, Transcript of HO/ (Part 5). A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham. William Cornwall and his descendants: a genealogical history of the family of William Cornwall, one of the Puritan founders of New England, who came to America in or before the yearand died in Middletown, Connecticut, in the year by Cornwall, Edward Everett,   The following is a list of the civil parishes of Cornwall, England.

Click on a parish name to go to the parish Wiki article for research information. Roger was born on December 23in Broadoak (Braddock), Cornwall, England. Joan was born on December 11in Madron, Cornwall, England.

in St Pinnock, Cornwall, England. Constance was born on September 8in St Pinnock, to William Cragoe and Mary Cragoe. Elizabeth was baptized on month dayat baptism place. St Winnow (Cornish: Sen Gwynnek) is a civil parish in Cornwall, England, United name may be connected with either that of Saint Winnoc or Saint has a population ofwhich had increased to at the census.

The church town is on the east bank of the River Fowey south of of the village of Lerryn lies within the parish as does the Chapel of St. Cripstone Farm, Broadoak, Cornwall, England 1,2 Baptism: 15 Jul Wesleyian Methodist Chapel, Liskeard, Cornwall, England 2 (Son) Census 3 Apr Bodithiel Farm, St.

Pinnock, Cornwall, England; Principal=Jabez Scantlebury 1 (Son) Census 31 Mar Descendants Of Body Family, Originally From St. Pinnock, In Cornwall, Later St. Budeaux And Pennycross, In Devon And Then New Zealand.

- (St. Pinnock - Cornwall) ROBERT BODY, the son of another ROBERT BODY, from the Parish of BOCONNOC, CORNWALL, married MARY CONGDON, the Daughter of JOHN CONGDON, on 27 Decemberat ST. Kresen Kernow, 'Cornwall Centre' in Cornish, is the new archive centre for Cornwall There is no need to book in advance, however, if you do know what archives you.

Part of the 2% sample of the British census - Cornwall. The Rev. John Higginson was the interpreter and later wrote "William Cornwell of Sebrook-for he was there"-(Probably thought he lived in Saybrook but actually was Middletown then)!William Cornwall and His Descendants" by Dr.

Edward Cornwall (New Haven ) states Joan died without issue and his second wife Mary was the mother of his nine. Cornwall Online Census Project, Transcript of HO/ (Part 4). Cornwall Surname Registry at Cornwall GenWeb Genealogy & Family History for the Parishes of St.

Goran, Mevagissey, & Caerhays Genealogy of the UK - Cornwall a guide to finding online genealogy resources, including archives, libraries, surname lists, parish registers, cemeteries, directories, war memorials, electoral rolls, censuses. My 4th G grandfather was John Golley born abt in Gorran Cornwall and married Anne Vivian in in St Michael Caerhays Cornwall, England.

Their grandson John Richard Golley ()and his wife,Sarah Curnow Elizabeth Susan Parminter Cardell ( yes that is her full name)migrated to Sth Australia in on the ship 'Lord Raglan'. St Pinnock, Parish records look-up - GEACH «on: Monday 08 January 07 GMT (UK)» As far as I know their first child was born in so it should be before then.

Four Views on Hell by Clark H. Pinnock; John F. Walvoord; Zachary Hayes; William V. Crockett and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Day Month: Nov: Year: Parish Circuit Or Chapel: Pinnock, St.

Groom Fn: William: Groom Sn: ROWE: Groom Age: Groom Residence: otp: Groom Condition: Groom Rank. I was given a detailed genealogy for William CRAGOE of St. Clement and his unknown first wife were living in St.

Clement Parish by Their five children was born in the same parish. The CRAGOE's seem to have lived in St. Clement for about three more generations, before later descendants moved elsewhere in Cornwall, some. Welcome to WikiProject Cornwall Introduction. This WikiProject aims to organize and improve the quality and accuracy of information in Wikipedia articles about Cornwall and all things Cornish.

Since these articles are important for new users, research, education, and the pursuit of accumulated knowledge we hope for success in our efforts to provide a consistent format and standard to our articles. Henry Hill and Ann Littleton Warne were married Januin St.

Pinnock, County Cornwall, England. This may be Ann Hill's brother. William Husband Searle and Anne Hill were married Jby Banns, in the Parish of St.

Pinnock, County Cornwall, England, with the consent of .Samuel Coombe and Harriet Dunstan and their children in Cornwall. 5 William Jacka Snr, Blacksmith of St Day, Town life in Cornwall – William Jacka Snr’s parents, Samuel Jacka and Margaret Bray.

William Jacka Snr’s brothers and sisters. Mary, Samuel Jnr, Walter, Agnes and Benjamin Jacka. Thomas Jacka and Alice Hart. John Jacka.Earls of Cornwall, 2nd creation (c. ) Robert, Count of Mortain (c. –), norman and half-brother of William the Conqueror. William, Count of Mortain (–), peerage forfeit

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