Post by Cornish Terrier on Apr 6, 2020 6:23:22 GMT -5
Hi Laurin - take your time and work through the information and prepare a list of any questions you might need to ask your cousin. Once you have an understanding of the information and have received answers to any questions you might have it will make it much easier for us to work back and confirm details.
I'm in a quiet country town off the freeway here and I'm known so it is usually not too difficult for me to do what I need to do. Shopping can be a bit of a pain if there is no stock of things I want the cupboards are not bare. If food items I want are not available then usually an alternative can be found and I am okay for most other items at the moment.
Post by moontacurnow on Jul 11, 2020 21:42:22 GMT -5
Just checking base to see how everyone is I hope this day sees everyone well and safe. This virus has really shaken the world I am thinking of you all and praying all is well with all of you. I have been doing some research and have found a direct connection with Towednack Church. One of the carved bench ends is marked James Trewhella 1633 he would be my 9th? great grandfather so relevant to Cornish Terrier, Sue and Zibetha. Also bell ringers were Curnows so suspect they are related too. Sadly I did not win the massive lotto prize last week so Cornwall visit will have to be postponed lol But main purpose of this post is to wish you all well kind regards gans kerensa Laurin
Post by Cornish Terrier on Jul 12, 2020 23:32:37 GMT -5
Good to hear from you again Laurin
There is a break in the Towednack records but James Trewhela of 1633 does appear to be a direct ancestor. He was the Churchwarden at Towednack for a number of years and I believe he was born at St Erth probably in 1582.