Since my last post I have found some websites for the Ruberry family.
The first is 'The Ruberry Family of Cornwall'
Then 'Peasants to Puddles' This one is by Nicky Rowberry
Also 'The Rowberry One Name Study'
If you world-wide google search them all they should come up top of the list.
The Rubery Family of Cornwall is a very good site and if you scroll down and sideways it will give you a large family tree. To add to that tree - James Ruberry married Audrie Tucker 28.9.1686 in Constantine. John Ruberry from Germoe married Jael Kittoe from Breage 10.12.1713 in Perranuthnoe. Thomas Ruberry married Elizabeth Williams 22.12.1722 in Perranuthnoe Joseph Ruberry married Mary Sackerly 26.12.1735 in St Just.
An extract from an land indenture dated 13 June 1848 between Rev John Rogers and James Dunstan, in what is today Canon's Town: "All those fields or closes of Land lately brought in from the Common containing by estimation about six acres part of the Tenement of Collorian situate in the parish of Ludgvan bounded on the South by the Turnpike Road leading from Hayle to Penzance on the East by premises on occupation of William Odgers on the North by Crofts on the occupation of Richard and Samuel Blight and on the West by premises on the respective occupations of William Ruberry and Vivian Stephens "
Post by Cornish Terrier on Oct 8, 2008 4:29:02 GMT -5
Thankyou Team - I now have something to do tonight. ;D
A bit of work to do with my long-projected move but will look at all your messages properly later on tonight.
Appears to be some good stuff there and all is very much appreciated.
Londoner - yes, there does seem to be another case of 'double enumeration' here with young Richard Ruberry.
When I first mentioned this possibility with, I think, the family of Robert and Catherine QUICK people seemed to think 'it could not be' - but we seem to be seeing more and more occurrences appearing throughout the threads on this Board.