Not a person I know but a fishing lugger from St. Ives that I thought may perhaps have something to do with the St Ives Noall's? HeatherC
From the Birmingham Daily Post (Birmingham, England), Monday, August 30, 1880
The fishing lugger Nannie Noall of St. Ives, Cornwall, was run down on Friday near the Rundlestone, Land's End, by the cattle steamer Aurora, of Dublin, bound for Glasgow, the lugger being literally cut in two. Out of the seven hands on board the lugger five were saved but the captain, named TOMAN, and his nephew, a boy of fourteen, were drowned.
Post by cornishmaid on Dec 20, 2008 17:28:56 GMT -5
Are you calling my great granny a lugger?
I think there must be a connection, but I've yet to find exactly what it might be. My great grandmother Nannie Noall Toman was born in 1887; her parents were Peter Husband Toman and Mary Uren; Peter's parents being Peter Husband Toman and Elizabeth Thomas Hart; Peter's parents being Thomas Toman and Prudence Husband. Through Prudence Husband's side we come to Emblem Noall, hence the Noall connection.
Thank you for this information, will file for future investigation
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