Post by anothernoall on Mar 4, 2008 18:59:14 GMT -5
Thankyou both Cornishmaid and Cornish Terrier,
I agree with you both, im pretty sure it is Cogar even though I dont think my father in law will ever accept this ;D There are Cogans living in Phillack around the same time Mary Cogar was born but i cant find any immediate connections to that...I think ill just let that one slide!
As for the Towednack link, i found a fourth cousin once removed of his that moved there, I wonder if that will be close enough to please
I was wondering, (in a sweet and pleading way of course!) if anyone had researched the ancestry of Elizabeth Ninnes (b1921/20 i cant remember off the top...)? There were so many Ninnes at Towednack im wondering if this could be the start of the story he knows.
That said, nearly all the stories i was told at first ive managed to discount, So a good job i found some real history to soften the blow ;D
I'm afraid I haven't taken Elizabeth's side back any further than her father William Ninnes (as stated in the marriage transcript) at the moment.
My husband has Ninnes' on his mother's side, and I know my husband's gran's brother has done quite a lot of work on the Ninnes'/Baragwanaths and his findings are kept at the St Ives Archive Centre. I haven't yet had time to get down there recently to have a look at it. Whether this is the same Ninnes family I am unsure, but they probably join somewhere along the line.
If you do go searching for her ancestry, don't forget the myriad of spelling variations used for surnames.. Ninnes, Ninnis, etc. These things are sent to try us
Elizabeth married William Bryant Noall in 1843, so at least we have the 1841 for reference. This may well be it:
HO107/144/5, ED: 1; Folio: 8 Page: 8, Address: Wharf, St Ives NINNIS William M 55 Fisherman Cornwall NINNIS Betsey F 55 Cornwall NINNIS Betsey F 20 Tailoress Cornwall
Baptism for Elizabeth on 13 February 1820, daughter of William and Elizabeth Ninnes (William listed as a fisherman).
Could this then be the marriage of William and Elizabeth? 7 Jun 1818 William NINNIS & Elizabeth HUMPHRYS
I can find no other siblings for Elizabeth. It looks as though William Ninnes married Elizabeth when he was in his 30s.
If you want this taken further or would like some help exploring Elizabeth's ancestors, it would be a good idea to start a new thread under St Ives
Post by jasmineamber123 on Nov 19, 2016 18:35:31 GMT -5
Hello there! Hoping this thread is still active :/ My grandmother is Frances bray (noall) her parents were William Bryant noall and Mary Johanna noall (perkin) Williams mother and father were honor john and William Bryant I would also love info on the noalls !