Post by Cornish Terrier on Jan 19, 2009 6:57:33 GMT -5
I notice some important names here to which you have connections (e.g. TREWHELLA ;D) but there seems to be something missing.
Did you ever hear about the feline that was introduced to it's family history?
Seems there were connections to MOUSHOLE and as soon as it heard that this particular CATTRAN so QUICK in WATT it thought was the WHITE direction it had forgotten it was from 'up country' and got lost so it decided to find somewhere to get a NOTEpad.
Our friend found a stationary store (one that was not moving!) and spoke to the MANN about his family and his requirements.
The owner, feeling very PAWLEY, thought he had a NO-ALL on his hands and was very suspicious of every EDDY in the conversation. (He was also wary of how many NICHOLLS this customer might have to spend.)
Friend feline finally had his map and PADSTOWed away and was about to DRIFT when the stationer (who by now knew his name) called PAUL would you like a PENWITH that?
PAUL was on his way again but was soon unsure of his surroundings.
Fortunately he met up with a friendly canine and asked directions - and didn't that CURNOW something.
Mind you when our feline friend asked for a ROWE across the HAYLE he very soon got a HARRY up and almost broke a KNEEBONE trying to escape through the BRAMBLE.
I know! - stick to the subject.
Must admit I need to do a check as I have many, if not most, of those names in my database!
Which are actually in my direct line and which are in directly associated liines is what I have to look at.
Post by viewbank3084 on Sept 3, 2014 2:46:13 GMT -5
Over the past 20 odd years I have collected a lot of data on the RICKARD family from St. Enoder, St. Colan, St. Columb Minor and Major, East Newly, Crantock, St. Austell and St. Stephens in Brannel to mention just the main places. If anyone would like to share data or ask a question please contact me.