I think not. Both the IGI and the parish register for Zennor say that the parents of the Nanny Michell baptised on the 24th December 1826 were Daniel ( a shoemaker) and Sarah. They also had baptised at Zennor a Jane and a Mary Ann - at least.
The only marriage at Zennor in my records is Daniel Michell and Sarah Phillips married in Zennor on 30 December 1804. However it is likely that there was more than one couple with the same christian names in my view.
I had John Baragwanath and Mary Ann Dunstone as the parents, which is were things cascade from here differently for me into the past.
The children of Ann Michell and William Baragwanath are: Ann 1848 - 1938 (my direct Relation) Jane 1851 - Prudence 1853 - John 1855 - (Is this first Male Child of significance, named after father usually)
Let me know what you think about these observations.
Toy - Budock, Constantine, St Ives. Richards - St Ives Fry (Try) - St Ives, Devon Warren - Bristol Williams - St Ives Baragwanath(many mispellings) - Towednack Trevarthen (Trevarton) - St Erth Polkinghorne (Polkinghorn) - Breage Hingston - Towednack
Post by Cornish Terrier on Oct 6, 2011 1:11:28 GMT -5
G'day Snydly - since you last asked about this family I have managed to find a little more.
Nothing has changed about the parents of William Baragwanath and he is still the son of William and Jenifer (Dunstone).
It is the 'other' William that I have found a little more about.
William Baragwanath bp. 16th January 1820 Towednack son of John Baragwanath and Mary (nee Dunstone) was married 18th August 1844 at Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, to Maria Loveland who was born at St Pancras, London 13th December 1829 and baptised 4th January 1830 to Robert and Maria (nee Sims) Loveland.
William Baragwanath was a boiler maker and died of 'softening of the brain' 21st September 1888 at Graceland, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, USA at the age of 68 years 9 months.
William and Maria had three children born in Hertfordshire prior to 1850 and then in about 1851 the first of another seven children was born in Chicago.
Post by Cornish Terrier on Oct 6, 2011 6:34:41 GMT -5
(was Daniel) **Samuel** had been previously married to Elizabeth Christopher 29th July 1763 at Zennor.
Is this a typo above on your part ?
No, Samuel (meaning Daniel's father) had been previously married to Elizabeth Christopher by whom he had four children that I am aware of - Jane (1764), Elizabeth (1765), Anne (1767) and Samuel (1769-1769). Daniel was the second child from Samuel's second marriage to Sarah Phillips.
And this part contradicts something written earlier in the same post:
Daniel Michell and Ann Phillips - just to help clarify things a little.
Daniel Michell was resident at Penzance when he died in 1848 and had married Anne Phillips at Zennor 28th December 1800.
I am not sure what is confusing you about this. The Daniel who married Anne Phillips was the son of Robert Michell and Jane Quick and he was baptised at Zennor 28th December 1772 as I said. He married Anne Phillips at Zennor 28th December 1800 and when he died in 1848 the burial register records that he was 'of Penzance' which means that he was living at Penzance at the time of his death and was brought back to Zennor for burial.
She was baptised at Zennor 24th December 1826 and was the last of nine children of Daniel Michell and Sarah Phillips who married at Zennor 30th December 1804
Not sure just where in the conversation this was but the 'last of nine children' of Daniel and Sarah was Catherine Michell baptised 5th September 1819 at Zennor. She married John Hocking at Zennor 16th March 1844.