Post by quicksilver on Oct 24, 2009 9:06:53 GMT -5
Dear Cornish friends,
Edward Parnall married Elizabeth Carlyon. You can see from the census record attached, they settled in Tuckingmill and were responsible for helping building Roskear Church. Edward was born in 1808 in Cuby near Tregony, and Elizabeth was born in 1817 in St Martin in Meneage. She was baptised in Manaccan. My question is when exactly were they married? If you look at the family you'll estimate 1835-7, probably in the St Keverne district, near Elizabeth's parents' home. Henry Parnall (Edward's youngest son) is my wife's ggrandfather.
I am a new member and this may need referring to CT. I appreciate it isn't a specific Penwith question, but perhaps some kind person can help?
Post by quicksilver on Oct 28, 2009 17:51:27 GMT -5
Thank you for your reply, any further joy with this marriage date and place for Edward Parnall = Elizabeth Carlyon? Newlyn has tracked it down I hear, and would really love to know. Kind Regards Quicksilver