There I was, desprately seeking more info about my ancestor Cosworth William MARTIN. I have a copy of his marriage certificate stating that he (first) married Fanny WHENNAN at the Chapel of St John Camborne, 5 March 1854.
So, I said to myself, self - why isn't their marriage in the Camborne PR for that year.
Then I discovered that the parish of Camborne was split in 1845 creating the parish of Treslothan - which is where they lived and were not doubt married. The parish of Tucking Mill was also created from Camborne in the same year. The parish of Penponds was created following another split of Camborne parish in 1854.
Just a word of warning for other Camborne researchers.
Post by bricklayer on Apr 19, 2019 13:45:09 GMT -5
Hi chrisu, We have a connection as my relative was Elizabeth Whennan, sister to Fanny, she married Richard Edwards 12 November 1848 at Treslothan, their daughter Elizabeth Ann married my great grandfather Henry Harvey. Also Cosworths second wife Jane Prisk her family came from only six miles from where I live.
Post by spikeharwood on Apr 19, 2019 19:35:35 GMT -5
Elizabeth and Fanny were two of at least nine children of James Whennan and Grace Coomb. A lot of these children ended up in South Australia. My mother was a Whinnen and I can trace her line in Cornwall back to 1635 (and potentially 1585). I have worked my way back to at least 1696 with the Whennan line but have never found a connection between the two lines.
Hi Chrisu, Hoping you might be of help, I have the death of Frances (Fanny) Martin nee Whennan as 26 May 1863 Callington Strathalbyn South Australia but unable to find the graveyard, I emailed S.A. Gov. but they have no record.
Post by spikeharwood on Nov 6, 2019 16:49:16 GMT -5
Hi bricklayer. I've had a quick look at the cemeteries in the Callington/Strathalbyn area, GenealogySA records, Ancestry and Trove but could find nothing (you've probably done all of that). There is on Find My Past a reference to her obituary which was published in the SA Primitive Methodist Record, October 1863, page 8. That might show the burial location and it might not. I'm inclined to think that if it did FMP would have provided it. That particular publication doesn't appear to have been published as part of Trove's newspaper database. There is a copy in the National Library, there might be one in the SA Library.
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