Information on strays from Gerrans & St Anthony found elsewhere



I'm trying to track any information I come across relating to the activities of the parishioners of Gerrans & St Anthony in Roseland in other parishes. I'm also recording information on Gerrans & St Anthony residents appearing in the West Briton. In the 'source' column you will see where I have obtained the information. Note that I am not necessarily recording all the information that is available (particularly with regard to Parish Records) so I suggest you go to the source to obtain anything else that might be there.

You will find the sources as follows:
OPC - you can find the OPC's email address and/or their website address from http://www.cornwall-opc.org/ and select 'Parish Index'
C-PROP - you can search the C-PROP parish records database for yourself at http://www.cornwall-opc-database.org/
West Briton - here I have included the full text but you can also go looking for other relevant information at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad/
Bible Christian Magazine - see  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~biblechristianmag/title.html
London Gazette - see http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/home.aspx?GeoType=London
CRO - Cornwall Record Office, Truro http://crocat.cornwall.gov.uk/dserve/DServe.exe?dsqApp=Archive&dsqCmd=Index.tcl


If you have any records to add to this page then please email the information to me at the address on the home page.

SurnameForenamedd_mmmYearEventLocationNotesSource
ADAMS(Maria)Nov1846Death GerransAt Pollaughan, in the parish of Gerrans, the wife of Mr. Wm. ADAMS, of Veryan, aged 45 years. West Briton 20th Nov 1846
ALLEN- (dau)20-Dec1839BirthSt Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 20th ult., the wife of Mr. Thomas Allen, miller, of a daughter.West Briton 10th Jan 1840
ALLENMary Ann09-Aug1844 Death St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony, on Friday last, aged 17 years, MARY ANN, daughter of MR. THOMAS ALLEN, miller.West Briton 16th Aug 1844
ANDAINEdith Elizabeth20-Nov1884 Baptism St Just in Roselanddau of William (blacksmith) and Thirza ANDAIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDAINFrederick James14-Apr1882 Baptism St Just in Roselandson of William (Smith) and Thurza ANDAIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDAINGeorge Henry23-Feb1873Baptism St Just in Roselandson of William (blacksmith) and Thirza ANDAIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDAINMary Louisa28-May1877Baptism St Just in Roselanddau of William (blacksmith) & Thirza ANDAIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDAINWilliam17-Sep1870Marriage St Just in Roselanda blacksmith of Gerrans to Thirza TIDDYmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDAINWilliam Henry10-Sep1871Baptism St Just in Roselandson of William (blacksmith) & Thurza ANDAIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
ANDREWGrace19-Oct1674Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Peter HAINEPhillimore (C-PROP)
ANNEARJohn03-Feb1799MarriageTruro, St. Clementsof Gerrans to Grace LEANM Topham (C-PROP)
BAKERWilliam16-Mar1844Death GerransAt the Parsonage, Gerrans, on Saturday last, the Rev. W. Baker, aged 81 years, who for fifty-three years, had been curate and rector of that parish. Mr. Baker's uncompromising integrity, his conciliatory manners, his humane disposition, and his correct discharge of all the relative duties of life, gained him the sincere goodwill of all his parishioners, and the solid esteem of those, who, from long intimacy, had the opportunity of appreciating his many excellencies.West Briton 22nd Mar 1844
BALLElizabeth Ann22-Jan1837Marriage GerransOn Sunday last, at Gerrans, Mr. E. Eddy, tailor, to Miss Mary Ann BallWest Briton 27th Jan 1837
BALLJabez25-May1869Marriage St Just in Roselanda mariner of Gerrans to Emily Pascoemy transcription (C-PROP)
BALLJohn05-Nov1726BaptismPhilleighson of Alexander BALL of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
BALLThomas11-Oct1755MarriageManaccanof Gerrans to Elizabeth ROBARTS Diane Donohue (C-PROP)
BALLThomas10-Mar1849Death GerransAt Trewithian, Gerrans, on the 10th inst., suddenly, Mr. Thos. Ball, carpenter. Royal Cornwall Gazette 16th Mar 1849
BALLThomas12-Mar1849Inquest GerransCORONER’S INQUEST The following inquest has been held before Mr. Carlyon, coroner: - On Monday last, at Trewithian; in the parish of Gerrans, on the body of Thomas Ball, carpenter, aged fifty-six.  Deceased had been remarkably healthy, from his childhood; but a short time since he was observing to a friend that he had never taken a dose of even the most simple medicine in his life.  On Saturday last he went to bed between nine and ten o’clock, apparently in good health; but about quarter past twelve his wife heard a little gurgling in his throat, and called to her son who was sleeping in an adjoining room, and who came in immediately.  He found his father ill, and he died in about a minute afterwards.  From the evidence of Mr. Prynn, surgeon, it appeared that death was caused by congestion of the brain or apoplexy; and a verdict was returned to that effect. Royal Cornwall Gazette 16th Mar 1849
BARGUSRichard24-Feb1708Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Anne RICEPhillimore (C-PROP)
BEARDCharles Henry17-Sep1837BaptismPhilleighson of Charles BEARD a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
BEAUCHANT(dau)14-Mar1852Birth TrewithianAt Trewithian, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 14th instant, the wife of GEORGE BEAUCHANT, Esq., a daughter. West Briton 26th March 1852
BEAUCHANT(dau)27-Oct1857Birth GerransAt Rosevine, on the parish of Gerrans, on the 27th ult., the wife of G. BEAUCHANT, Esq., of a daughter. West Briton 6th Nov 1857
BEAZELYDorcas18-Apr1798MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Thomas HAWKINSmy transcription (C-PROP)
BEDFORDWilliam, (Mr)02-Feb1761 Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Miss Dorothy KEMPE Phillimore (C-PROP)
BEHENNAConstance16-Jul1842Death GerransAt Gerrans, on Saturday last, Mrs. Constance BEHENNA, aged 69 years.
Having checked the age in the parish record image and the West Briton image, it is clear that both transcriptions are correct!
West Briton, 22nd July 1842
BEHENNAIsaacFeb1852Crime GerransSTEALING MEAT  -  A man called ISAAC BEHENNA, was committed to the sessions last week by Mr. CREGOE, for stealing from an outhouse belonging to Mr. EDWARD JOHNS, butcher, of Gerrans, about fourscore pounds of fresh beef.  Some circumstances induced Mr. Johns to suspect the above person, and he obtained a search warrant from the magistrate, and the stolen meat was discovered concealed in the bed.  A neighbouring house was also submitted to a search, but the officers lost scent; they explored the premises very narrowly, but they forgot to peep into a well, where, (as well as truth) lay a portion of the booty.  It seems that a small gang of worthless fellows have lately been engaged in a crusade against the poultry courts, and gardens in that parish and the recent discovery it is hoped will lead to the detection, and breaking up of their nefarious avocation. West Briton 20th Feb 1852
BEHENNAIsaacFeb1852Crime GerransISAAC BEHENNA, 24, was charged with entering the dwelling house of EDWARD JOHNS, and stealing a quantity of beef and pork.  Prosecutor is a butcher of the parish of Gerrans.  On the 6th of February he had some salted beef and pork in his back kitchen, adjoining the dwelling-house.  He shut the door that evening and went to bed, but did not recollect whether he locked the door.  Next morning (Saturday) it was found the meat had been stolen; the quantity was above four score weight.  Having had information, a search warrant was obtained, and prosecutor, with MERRIFIELD, a constable, and LEWARNE, a blacksmith, went to prisoner's house, where part of the beef and pork was found in two earthen pans, and the remainder concealed in a bed-tie.  A bag belonging to prosecutor was also found in prisoner's house.  Lewarne was called, and gave evidence that on Friday night he was in his blacksmith's shop about twelve o'clock; it was a bright moonlight; he hear a footstep, and looking outside he saw Isaac Behenna, who was then going towards Trewithian, where prosecutor lives.  Verdict, Guilty; Five Months' Hard Labour. West Briton 2nd Apr 1852
BENNETTFrancis11-Feb1770BannsPhilleighFrancis BENNETT of Gerrans to Abigail JOHNS of Philleighmy transcription (C-PROP)
BENNETTFrancis30-Apr1770MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Abigail JOHNSmy transcription (C-PROP)
BENNETTJane18-Sep1859BurialPhilleighof Curgurrel in Gerrans aged 85my transcription (C-PROP)
BENNETMiriam29-Apr1742Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Richard JENNINGS Phillimore (C-PROP)
BENNETTEleanor29-Dec1752Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Edward JOHNPhillimore (C-PROP)
BENNETTSLavinia16-Jul1850MarriagePhilleighof Trewithian in Gerrans to James LANGDONmy transcription (C-PROP)
BEST(Capt)19-Feb1852Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on the 19th instant, Capt. BEST, only son of Lieut. BEST, R.N., to Miss LORINDA MAY, both of Gerrans. West Briton 27th Feb 1852
BEST(Lieut)10-Sep1855Death PortscathaSUDDEN DEATH  -  On Monday the 10th instant, Lieut. BEST, chief officer of the Coast Guard at Portscatha, whilst fishing, was suddenly seized with illness, and put on shore; and shortly after arrival at his house, he expired in his son's arms.
Entry under Deaths, the  same issue:
At Portscatha, Gerrans, on the 10th instant, suddenly, and much respected and lamented, Lieut. BEST, R. N., for many years chief officer in the coast guard service on that station.
West Briton 21st Sep 1855
BILLINGElizabeth24-Mar1863Death PortscathaBILLING – At Portscatha, Gerrans, on the 24th March, Elizabeth, widow of the late Rev. William Billing, Independant Minister, of the former place, aged 73 years. Royal Cornwall Gazette 3rd Apr 1863
BLAMEYJoan14-Jul1711MarriageSt. Ermeof Gerrans to Peter HARRISM. Topham (C-PROP)
BLAMYGeorge26-May1720MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Lora ROBINSSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
BOHENNAIsaac26-Aug1727BaptismPhilleighson of Nicolas BOHENNA of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
BORLASEJohn Blitchford17-Mar1899 BurialSt Just in RoselandJohn Blitchford BORLASE of Treluggan, Gerrans, aged 77my transcription (C-PROP)
BORWELLMaria Frances11-Sep1850 MarriageGerransAt Gerrans on the 11th instant, John Russell BAKER, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, London to Maria Frances, eldest daughter of the Rev. J.H.C. BORWELL, curate of Gerrans.West Briton 20th Sep 1850
BULLENBertha Adeline02-Jun1904BurialKenwynage 27, abode Rosevine, Gerrans (has headstone)Carol Hughes (OPC)
BURNET(Jane)22-Jan1841Death GerransCHILD BURNT: On the 22nd ultimo, a little girl about three years old, daughter of Mr. Henry BURNET, of Gerrans, while her mother was up stairs and her father in an adjoining room, caught her clothes on fire, and although her father ran to her assistance immediately, the child was so dreadfully burnt that she died on the 10th instant West Briton, 19th Feb 1841
CANNING-11-Jan1856Petty Sessions Ruan High LanesANOTHER GAME LAW CASE At the petty sessions at Ruan High Lanes, on Monday last, JOHN TREGUNNA, a servant man to Mr. CANNING, of St. Anthony in Roseland, was charged at the instance of SIR SAMUEL SPRY, with being found in the pursuit of game. The prosecution was conducted by MR. MOORMAN, in the absence of MR. CHILCOTT, and the defence by MR. STOKES.   The only prominent feature in the case seemed however to be the paucity of circumstances which the accusing party possessed of criminating the defendant, in the offence against the game laws.   It appeared by the evidence, that Mr. Canning desired Tregunna, his own servant, to place his own gin, at a certain point in his own land, to catch a rabbit. On Tregunna going in the morning to look after the gin, Sir Samuel's gamekeeper jumped over the hedge, and said he had found a pheasant in the gin, which he immediately seized possession of. The appearance of the gin, however, indicated that no traces of a struggling bird could be observed, and Mr. Canning identifying the instrument as his own, there not a scintilla of evidence to substantiate the charge, and the prosecutor was in an instant out of court. The magistrates immediately dismissed the case, with the significant remark that "it ought never to have been brought there." West Briton 11th Jan 1856
CANNINGJohn30-Oct1803Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Susanna LAWREY Phillimore (C-PROP)
CANNINGSusan28-Oct1846Marriage St Anthony in Roseland

At St. Anthony in Roseland, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. H. T. RODD, Thomas BENHAM, Esq., architect, London, to Susan, fifth daughter of the late John CANNING, Esq.

West Briton 30th Oct 1846
CANNINGSusannah26-Oct1848Death St Anthony in RoselandAt ST. ANTHONY in ROSELAND, on the 26th ult., Susannah, relict of the late John CANNING, Esq., aged 75 years. West Briton 3rd Nov 1848
CHAPMAN(Mr)07-Oct1871News item TrewithianA Good Shot - Mr Chapman, of Trewithian, was particularly successful with his gun on Saturday, bringing down twenty partridges, one hare, and three rabbits in quick succession on his farm. Out of 25 shots he killed 24 times, and had not his tobacco pipe and pouch been in his hands, when the 25th bird rose, he would in all probability have been again successful.Royal Cornwall Gazette 14th Oct 1871
CHIPMANFanny30-Apr1865BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 53my transcription (C-PROP)
CHIPMANJonathan27-Apr1890BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 60my transcription (C-PROP)
CHIPMANMary Jane12-Oct1903BurialPhilleighof Lanhoose, Gerrans aged 79my transcription (C-PROP)
CLARKEdward11-Sep1823Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Marianne BARRETT Phillimore (C-PROP)
COLLETTElizabeth03-Feb1831BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 67my transcription (C-PROP)
COLLETTElizabeth29-Apr1862BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 72my transcription (C-PROP)
COLLETTHannibal23-Feb1853BurialPhilleighof Treleggan in Gerrans aged 81my transcription (C-PROP)
COLLETTHannibal20-Feb1853DeathGerransAt Treleggan in the parish of Gerrans, on Sunday last, Mr. Hannibal COLLETT, aged 81 years.West Briton 25th Feb 1853
COLLETTNancy17-Dec1848BurialPhilleighof Treleggan in Gerrans aged 45my transcription (C-PROP)
COMBE-31-Jan1852Birth GerransAt Gerrans, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. J. COMBE, of twins. West Briton 6th Feb 1852
CORNERRichard18-Mar1843MarriagePhilleighof Portscatha in Gerrans to Mary LANGDONmy transcription (C-PROP)
COUCHJane04-Feb1720MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to John SEORLESharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
CREGOE-21-Feb1845Birth Gerrans

At Gerrans, on the 21st ult., the wife of Mr Edward CREGOE, mason, of a son.

West Briton 7th Mar 1845
CREGOE-02-Feb1852Crime GerransMALICIOUS TRESPASS  -  On the 2nd instant, two men called SNELL and JOHNS, were committed to Bodmin goal, to hard labour for one month, by Mr. GWATKIN, for committing a malicious trespass by tearing off the roof of a little summer cot, standing in a picturesque spot on the cliffs of Gerrans bay, belonging to Mr. CREGOE of Trewithian.  The inducement to perpetrate this outrage was, the circumstance of Mr. Cregoe being the committing magistrate some time since, that sent Snell to goal for an offence against the game laws.  We very much concur with the general expression of public opinion on the oppression of the game laws taken as a system; but we cannot too strongly protest against encouragement being given in those cases to poachers, who are the greatest pests of every rural district where they are found.  In addition to idleness, drunkenness, and other vices, if in their nocturnal excursions game cannot be found, the neighbouring hen roosts, and corn lofts, answer their purpose full as well.  They go armed and are desperate even to murder when obstructed and deserve the repudiation of all good members of society, although the description of the game laws given by Blackstone may be very correct, that they were a bastardship of the odious and oppressive forest laws, enacted by William the Conqueror. West Briton 20th Feb 1852
CREGOEHannah07-Sep1887Death PortscathoAt Portscatho, September 7, Hannah Cregoe, aged 81. West Briton 19th Sep 1887
CREGOEJ. Garland 1855Death CheltenhamTHE LATE Mr. J. GARLAND CREGOE  -  Since the deceased of this worthy and respectable gentleman, (late of Gerrans,) some malignantly ingenious persons, have invented a tale, fraught with circumstances very incompatible with his well-established good character, and calculated to tarnish his memory.  To obviate this, and to vindicate his good name, an old friend deems it necessary to refer to the statement of the particulars at the time as given in the Cheltenham paper, where it seems, that having been found in the gravel walk of his garden motionless, he was carried into his house, and medical aid promptly obtained, but it was found that life was extinct.  The very sudden event rendered a coroner's inquest imperatively necessary, which consequently took place, and a post mortem examination into the cause of death was adopted.  The operation was performed by Mr. ELEAM, a very respectable surgeon at Cheltenham, with the assistance of Dr. SPEER and Dr. PREBLES, two eminent physicians in the same town.  They discovered on examining the head a large coagulum of blood pressing on the brain, arising from the bursting of some vessel, and producing apoplexy.  On looking into the chest they discovered a contraction of the right ventricle of the heart, which rendered the flow of blood into that organ a matter of difficulty, by obstructing the free return of blood  from the head, and occasioning there, congestion and a rupture of one of the vessels of the brain.  All these appearances made clearly demonstrative to the medical men the real cause of death, and the coroner and jury unhesitatingly returned a verdict - Died of apoplexy, induced by a contraction of the ventricle of the heart obstructing the return of blood from the head."  This finally establishes the fact and defeats the malicious insinuations of gossips and slanderers. West Briton 23rd Feb 1855
CREGOELaura01-Jun1845Death Trewithian, GerransAt TREWITHIAN, in the parish of GERRANS, on Sunday last, Laura, second daughter of Mathew Garland CREGOE, Esq., after a lingering and painful illness, sustained throughout with Christian fortitude. Of retiring and studious habits, this young lady cherished but a limited intercourse with society, depending chiefly for her enjoyments upon those resources which a cultivated taste amply furnished her: reading music and her masterly pencil were her constant occupation. Finding delicate constitution assailed, she yielded at once to the stern dispensation, and contemplating the awful monitor in the distance, in the flower of youth, in the midst of affluence, and in the fullness of earthly joy, she surrendered to the Approaching separation from this world, with a murmur, and with a calmness and serenity, continuous even in pain, and only derivable by a reflecting mind from promises revealed, assurances brightened, and emotions genuinely religious. To her family, and the few who knew and valued her, her many virtues and qualities will long present a theme of endeared remembrance. West Briton 6th Jun 1845
CREGOEMatthew Garland (Esq)04-Aug1803MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Ann Coryton KEMPEmy transcription (C-PROP)
CREWESGeorge Murton06-Nov1849 MarriageSt Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Martha PADDY my transcription (C-PROP)
CREWESNicholas31-May1658MarriageSt. Michael Penkevilof Gerrans to Jane JELLION of of LamorrenM Topham (C-PROP)
CROXALLElizabeth28-Mar1841Death GerransAt Gerrans, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth Croxall, aged 89 years West Briton 2nd Apr 1841
CROXALLJane17-Oct1841Death PortscathoAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on the 17th instant, Jane, wife of Mr. Thomas CROXAL, aged 25 years West Briton 22nd Oct 1841
DASHGrace11-Mar1874BurialPhilleighof St Gerrans aged 71my transcription (C-PROP)
DASHHannah30-Dec1891BurialPhilleighof Portscatho, Gerrans aged 84my transcription (C-PROP)
DASHJohn23-Oct1627Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrance to Elizabeth BRAYPhillimore (C-PROP)
DASHJoseph28-May1883BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 80my transcription (C-PROP)
DASHSarah17-May1763Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Charles GREENPhillimore (C-PROP)
DAVYJohn27-Oct1720MarriageSt Goranof Gerrans to Ann HENNADiana Neave (C-PROP)
DAVYJohn17-Aug1730MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Margaret PADDYSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
DAVYNicholas05-Jan1696Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Alice PENHALLOW Phillimore (C-PROP)
DAVYNicholas25-Apr1725Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Anne PEARCEPhillimore (C-PROP)
DILLON(Captain)29-May1847Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent Chapel, Portscatha, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. W. JAMES, CAPTAIN DILLON, to MRS. OXENBERRY, both of that place. West Briton 4th June 1847
DILLONJoseph10-Dec1756MarriageRuan Lanihorneof Gerrans to Agnes CHOSSEN by licence Carol Hughes (OPC)
DILLONMary12-May1741Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to William PADYPhillimore (C-PROP)
DILLONWilliam25-Nov1751MarriageRuan Lanihorneof Gerrans to Grace PORTER Carol Hughes (OPC)
DILLONWilliam (Capt)25-Sep1869 Death PortscathaDILLON – At Portscatha, Sept 25, Capt. William Dillon, aged 74. Royal Cornwall Gazette 2nd Oct 1869
DINGLEMargaret31-May1850BurialPhilleighof Tregearoon in Gerrans aged 34my transcription (C-PROP)
DIXONJoseph24-Nov1849article St Anthony in RoselandNEW POTATOES - On Saturday last a small sample of very fine new potatoes was exhibited at Falmouth. They were the produce of JOSEPH DIXON, of St. Anthony in Roseland, were planted in June last, and have thriven and attained perfection in the open air without any other protection than a mat hung over them at night. Dixon has been very successful with his potatoes for some time past, and has been in advance of most other cultivators by two or three months. His present success, however, much exceeds what he has hitherto accomplished. West Briton 30th Nov 1849
DIXONThomas25-Nov1751Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Jane DREWPhillimore (C-PROP)
DOWRICKWilliam06-Oct1849Marriage St Anthony in RoselandAt Budock, on Saturday last, Mr. William DOWRICK, of St. Anthony in Roseland, to Miss Sarah NETHERTON, of the former parish. West Briton 12th Oct 1849
DREWETTJames22-Oct1862MarriageChacewaterof Gerrans (age 24, B, County Policeman, father John, occ. Farmer) to 
Amelia TIPPETT (age 19, S, abode Chacewater, father Samuel, occ. Mine agent) 
Witnesses James Stanaway & James Williams
Carol Hughes (OPC)
DUNNHannah24-Dec1878Burial St Just in RoselandHannah DUNN of Gerrans, aged 95my transcription (C-PROP)
DUSTOWAnn29-Jun1828BaptismPhilleighdau of James DUSTOW a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
DUSTOWJames26-Sep1824BaptismPhilleighson of William DUSTOW a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
DUSTOWJohn31-Jan1835BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 17my transcription (C-PROP)
ENDEANEdwin27-Mar1853BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 1y 10mmy transcription (C-PROP)
ELGAR(Mary)-1850DeathSt Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, the wife of Mr. Henry ELGAR, aged 75 yearsWest Briton 13th Dec 1850
ESCOTTChrissie Edward20-Oct1895BaptismScilly, Isles ofof William (Master Mariner.Sailor) and Catherine Edward of GerransDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
ESCOTTReginald George28-Oct1895BaptismScilly, Isles ofof William (Master Mariner.Sailor) and Catherine Edwards of GerransDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
ESCOTTWilliam04-Sep1889MarriageScilly, Isles of (St Marys)of St Gerrans to Catherine Edwards ESCOTT of St MarysDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
EXBRIDGEJoane06-Jan1679Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to James LAWRYPhillimore (C-PROP)
FERREL-03-Oct1847Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on Sunday last, the infant son of Mr. Stephen FERREL. West Briton 8th Oct 1847
FERRELJames13-May1847MarriagePhilleighof Tregassa in Gerrans to Susanna COLLETTmy transcription (C-PROP)
FITTEOCKWilliams14-Oct1693Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Avies GIDLEYPhillimore (C-PROP)
FRENCHEmma09-Jul1865BaptismPhilleighdau of John FRENCH a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
FURZEEllen26-Nov1877Burial St Just in RoselandEllen FURZE of St Anthony, aged 23my transcription (C-PROP)
FURZEElizabeth Ann14-Sep1862BaptismRuan Lanihorneto John Peter & Elizabeth Jane FURZE of Portscatho, marinerCarol Hughes (OPC)
FURZEJames02-Dec1879Burial St Just in RoselandJames FURZE of St Anthony, aged 58my transcription (C-PROP)
FURZEMary Jane29-Jul1854MarriageRuan LanihorneJacchous JULIAN, aged 24, son of William to Mary Jane FURZE of Gerrans, aged 25Carol Hughes (OPC)
GATLYRobert16-May1756MarriageHelstonof Gerrans to Alice COCKAIN of HelstonDon Carkyk (OPC & C-PROP)
GEORGEFrancis-1726MarriageRuan Lanihorneof Gerrans to Milson GRUBBCarol Hughes (OPC)
GILLMANJames10-Oct1862BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 86my transcription (C-PROP)
GREEN- (son)23-Dec1839BirthPortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on the 23rd ult., the wife of Mr. John Green, tailor, of a son.West Briton 10th Jan 1840
GREEN- (dau)24-Mar1842Birth GerransAt Gerrans, on the 24th ult., the wife of Mr. Henry GREEN, a daughter. West Briton 8th April 1842
GREENElizabeth26-Sep1876Burials BodminAsylum, aged 34, formerly of St GerransLDS film 1545323 img 495
GREENEmma02-Jun1877Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to William GREETmy transcription (C-PROP)
GRIFFITHSJohn Henry12-Nov1882BaptismMullionof Parland McAusland(Coastguard) and Matilda of St.Anthony in Roseland (born 18th Dec)Pat Banks (C-PROP)
GROSE- (son)17-Aug1877Birth PortscathaGROSE – At Portscatha, Aug. 17, the wife of Mr. John Grose, of a son. Royal Cornwall Gazette 24th Aug 1877
GRYLLSJane26-Nov1849Inquest PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on Monday last, on the body of JANE GRYLLS, aged seventy-two years. Deceased had enjoyed remarkably good health all her lifetime. On Sunday evening, she went to the Independent Chapel, apparently as well as ever she had been. Just at the close of the service, however, she was observed to fall back and died instantly. Mr. PRYNN, surgeon, being examined, stated his opinion that from the extreme suddenness of her death, it was caused by hypertrophy of the heart, and the jury returned a verdict to that effect. West Briton 30th Nov 1849
HAMBLYThomas Henry25-Dec1856BaptismSt Isseyborn in GerransSusan Old, OPC
HANNAFORDUry Nicholls04-Jan1907 Estate-URY NICHOLLS HANNAFORD, Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35. NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any debts, claims, or demands upon or against the estate of Ury Nicholls Hannaford. late of Prospect House, Portscatho, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Widow, who died at Prospect House aforesaid, on the 14th day of May, 1906, and whose will, with nine codicils thereto, was duly proved by Matthew Hunkin Lelean, of Mevagissey, in the said county, Gentleman, and .John Stephens, of St. Austell, in the said county, Solicitor, in the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, at the Bodmin District Registry, on the 21st day of July, 1906, are hereby required to send, in writing, the particulars of their debts, claims, and demands to the undersigned Carlyon and Stephens, the Solicitors of the said executors, at their offices, situate as stated at the foot of this notice, on or before the 15th day of February, 1907; and notice is hereby also given, that at the expiration of the last mentioned day, the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said executors have then had notice; and that the said executors will not be liable for the said assets, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person of whose claim the said executors have not bad notice at the time of the distribution.—Dated this first day of January, 1907. CARLYON and STEPHENS, of St. Austell, 103 Cornwall, Solicitors to the said Executors. London Gazette
HARDENHenry15-May1863Partnership Gerrans etc.NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership for some tune past carried on by Messrs. Edward Michael Prynne and Henry Harden, as Surgeons and Apothecaries' in the parishes of Saint Just, Saint Anthony, Gerrans, and Philleigh, in the county of Cornwall, was this day dissolved by mutual consent.—Dated this 9th day of May, 1863. E. M. Prynne. Henry Harden. London Gazette
HARRIESJohn23-Apr1745BurialSt. Hilaryof GerransDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
HARRISAgnes11-Mar1726BaptismPhilleighdau of Peter HARRIS of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
HARRISAnn09-Feb1766Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to George PEARCEPhillimore (C-PROP)
HARRISChristian14-Mar1741Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Hugh WAKUMPhillimore (C-PROP)
HARRISHenry11-Apr1903BurialPhilleighof Trewithian, Gerrans aged 13daysmy transcription (C-PROP)
HARRISHenry Esquire25-Feb1830BurialCamborneof Roseteague in Gerrans aged 81Sally Cann (C-PROP)
HARRISJethro24-Dec1856Death GerransAt Lanhoose, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 24th ult., Mr. Jethro HARRIS. West Briton 2nd Jan 1857
HARRISJethro25-Dec1856Burial St Just in Roselandof Lanhoose, Gerrans aged 66my transcription (C-PROP)
HARRISJohn04-Jan1762MarriageRuan Lanihornehusbandman of Gerrans to Elizabeth BLAMEYCarol Hughes (OPC)
HARRISJohn21-May1846Death GerransAt Pelone, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 21st instant, Mr. John HARRIS, aged 77 years. West Briton (29th May 1846)
HARRISMary-1805BannsSt Just in RoselandBanns of marriage with William PASCO of St Just published 22nd & 29th Sep & 6th OctMaryanne Till (OPC)
HARRISNicoll09-Nov1751MarriageFeockof Gerrans to James DOWRICK of PhilleighM. Topham (C-PROP)
HARRISPeggy24-Aug1837Burial St Just in RoselandPeggy Harris of Lanhoose in the Parish of Gerrans, aged 49my transcription (C-PROP)
HARRISPeter14-Jul1711MarriageSt. Ermeof Gerrans to Joan BLAMEYM. Topham (C-PROP)
HARRISRichard07-Jun1846Burial St Just in Roselandof Lanhoose, aged 95my transcription (C-PROP)
HARRISThomas07-Jun1879Burial BodminAsylum (formerly of Gerrans, aged 82.LDS film 1545323 img 510
HARRISWilliam05-Dec1782Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Ann VINCENTPhillimore (C-PROP)
HARTLEYMary12-Nov1844Lunacy ex GerransNOTICE - Pursuant to an order of the Lord Chancellor, made in the matter of MARY HARTLEY, a person of unsound mind, the Creditors of Mary Hartley, of Rosewarne and Rosteage, in the County of Cornwall; of Bath, in the County of Somerset; and late of Park-Street, Grosvenor-Square, in the City of Westminster; the wife of Wenchcombe[?] HENRY HARTLEY, Esquire, are by their solicitors, on or before the 24th of December, 1844, to leave their claims of debts before the Commissioners in Lunacy, at their Office, No. 45, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Middlesex; and are, on or before the 4th day of February, 1845, to establish such claims before the said Commissioners, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said order. Dated, November 12, 1844. West Briton
6th Dec 1844 and repeated on 24th Jan 1845
HAYEAnn Hill19-Oct1848Marriage TruroAt St. Mary's Wesleyan chapel, Truro, on the 10th instant, Mr. Richard OLIVE, to Miss H. STODDEN; and on the 19th, Mr. Thomas STODDEN, to Miss Ann Hill HAYE, all of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 20th Oct 1848
HAYESCharlotte31-Mar1853Marriage GerransAt Gerrans on the 31st ult., Capt. John NETTLE of Feock Lead Works, to Miss Charlotte HAYES, of PorthscathaWest Briton 8th Apr 1853
HAYESEdward01-Mar1825Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Philippa DUNNPhillimore (C-PROP)
HAYESHarriet Anna01-Jun1836BaptismCamborneof George (Mariner) and Elizabeth of GerransSally Cann (C-PROP)
HAYESRichard01-Feb1835Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Catherine ANDERSON Phillimore (C-PROP)
HAYESStephen14-Feb1854Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on Tuesday last, Capt. Stephen HAYES, at an advanced age. West Briton 17th Feb 1854
HEARLEWalter12-Jun1899BurialPhilleighof Curgurell, Gerrans aged 80my transcription (C-PROP)
HEMSBYElizabeth13-Sep1858Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to George Robins of St Just my transcription (C-PROP)
HENDERSONJohn29-Dec1734Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Thomasin HILL of Gerrans Phillimore (C-PROP)
HICKS- (dau)25-Apr1849Birth St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 25th ultimo, the wife of Mr. HUMPHRY HICKS, of a daughter. West Briton 11th May 1849
HICKSCharlotte13-Jun1845Death TruroAt TRURO, on Friday last, after a lingering illness, Charlotte eldest daughter of Thos. HICKS, Esq., of LANHAY, in the parish of GERRANS. This amiable person bore her long suffering with exemplary patience and resignation, and her memory willing be dear to all who knew her West Briton 20th Jun 1845
HICKS(Charlotte Barbara)20-Dec1846 DeathLanhay, GerransAt Lanhay, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 20th ult., the wife of Mr. Thomas HICKS, yeoman, aged 45 years West Briton 8th Jan 1847
HICKSHarriet12 Dec1814BurialSt Just in Roselandan infant of Lanhoose, GerransMaryanne Till (OPC)
HICKSH. J. (Miss)23-Nov1843Marriage St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 23rd ult., Mr. U. G. SANDERS, of Halvose, near Helston, to Miss H. J. HICKS, second daughter of the late John Hicks, Esq., of Porth, in the above parish.
Note the date on the marriage certificate is definitely 16th Nov
West Briton 1st Dec 1843
HICKSHenry27-Mar1874Bankruptcy TruroThe Bankruptcy Act. 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In -the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Henry Hicks, of Gerrans Church Town, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Grocer, Tailor, Draper, and Outfitter. NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at the offices of Mr. William Jenkins, Solicitor, Post Office-buildings, Falmouth, in the county of Cornwall, on the 10th day of April, 1874, at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon precisely.—Dated this 25th day of March, 1874. WM. JENKINS, Falmouth, Attorney for the said Debtor.

26th May 1874

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In the Matter of a Special Resolution for Liquidation by Arrangement of the affairs of Henry Hicks, of Gerrans Church Town, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Grocer, Tailor, Draper, and Outfitter.   The creditors of the above-named Henry Hicks who have not already proved their debts, are required, on or before the 13th day of June, 1874, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to me, the undersigned, Thomas Webber, of Market Strand, Falmouth, in the county of Cornwall, Merchant, the Trustee under the liquidation, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend proposed to be declared.—Dated this 18th day of May, 1874. THOMAS WEBBER, Trustee.
London Gazette
HICKSJohn28 Oct1808BurialSt Just in Roselanda yeoman of Lanhay, Gerrans aged 69 years died of the palsyMaryanne Till (OPC)
HICKSMary12-Jun1848Marriage TruroAt Bethesda chapel, Truro, on Monday last, MR. GEORGE SAWLE, to MISS MARY HICKS, both of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 16th Jun 1848
HICKSMaey28-Nov1857Marriage Gerrans At Gerrans, on the 28th ult., William P. HUGOE, Esq., surgeon, of Navenby, Lincolnshire, third son of Liet. Hugoe, of Feock, to Mary, only surviving daughter of Thomas HICKS, Esq., of Lanhay, in the former parish. West Briton 4th Dec 1857
HICKSPriscilla6-Dec1842Death Gerrans At Gerrans, on the 6th instant, Mrs. HICKS, wife of Mr. Charles Hicks, of the Coast Guard, aged 64 years West Briton 16th Dec 1842
HICKSRichard (Captain)31-May1852 Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland on the 31st ult., Capt. RICHARD HICKS, of St. Anthony, to Miss SARAH RICE, of St. Mawes. West Briton 11th Jun 1852
HICKSThomas15-Jan1818MarriageKenwyn
of Gerrans by Lic. to Charlotte Barbery HUGOE
Witnesses M Oates & Richard Warren
Carol Hughes (OPC)
HICKSThomas7-Jan1846Death GerransAt Lanhay, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 7th instant, after a lingering illness, Thomas eldest son of Mr. Thomas HICKS, age 24 years. West Briton 16th Jan 1846
HICKSThomas25-Jul1849MarriageFeockof St Anthony Roseland to Ann PETERSM Topham (C-PROP)
HICKSThomas (Mr)06-July1855Grand JuryBodminSworn of the Grand JuryWest Briton 6th Jul 1855
HICKST25-Jul1849Marriage FeockAt Feock, on the 25th ult., Mr. T. HICKS, of St. Anthony in Roseland, to Mrs. PETERS, of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 3rd Aug 1849
HILLEdward Hayes01-Jan1855Death GerransAt Tregear, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 1st instant, after a lingering illness and much regretted by his neighbours for his friendly disposition and hospitality, Edward Hayes HILL, Esq.West Briton 12th Jan 1855
HILLFerdinando27-Nov1708Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Elizabeth HAYNEPhillimore (C-PROP)
HILLFerdinando04-Jan1778BannsPhilleighFerdinando HILL of Gerrans to Elizabeth HITCHINS of Philleighmy transcription (C-PROP)
HILLFerdinando26-Jan1778MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Elizabeth HITCHINSmy transcription (C-PROP)
HILLFrederick05-May1848Death St Anthony in Roseland

At St.Anthony in Roseland, on Friday last, Frederick, youngest son of the late John HILL, Esq., aged 17 years.

West Briton 12th May 1848
HILLG03-Mar1853MarriageKeaAt Kea, on the 3rd instant, Mr. G. HILL, jun., of Gerrans, to Emily, daughter of Mrs. E. ROBERTS, of the former parish West Briton 11th Mar 1853
HILLGeorge13-Oct1812MarriageKenwynof Gerrans by Lic. to Eliza BAKER
Witnesses William Sarah & Nicholas Brown
Carol Hughes (OPC)
HILLGeorge (Mr)06-July1855Grand Jury BodminSworn of the Grand JuryWest Briton 6th Jul 1855
HILLGeorge11-May1858Court case WestminsterCOURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, WESTMINSTER, MAY 11. Sittings at Nisi Pries, before Mr. Justice COLERIDGE, and Common Juries. NASH v. Hill. - Mr. Edwin JAMES, Q.C., and MR. HAWKINS, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. ROWLEY for the defendant.   The plaintiff, George Nash, was a schoolmaster, residing in the Grove, Hackney, and he sued the defendant, George Hill, a shipowner, residing near Falmouth, to recover the sum of GBP70 13s. 6d. for work and labour, and upon an account stated. The defendant pleaded the general issue, and also the statute of limitations.   It appeared the plaintiff formerly resided at Falmouth, and had been employed by the defendant, who was a ship’s husband and part-owner of a vessel called the "Acastus," to keep the accounts of the ship, for which he was to be paid by a percentage on the profits upon the freight. On the 10th of March, 1852, at the request of the defendant, the plaintiff had met the part-owners to settle their accounts, which included various sums due to the plaintiff, and which were then settled and signed. It was upon the account so stated that the plaintiff chiefly relied to recover in this action. The writ in the action was issued on the 6th of March, 1858, and it was contended on the part of the plaintiff, that though the items included in the account were some of them more than six years old, the statement of the account was an acknowledgement and promise to pay, which took the case out of the statute.   Mr. ROWLEY, for the defendant, contended that the statement of the account was no evidence of a promise to pay, and was quite consistent with the plaintiff’s having been paid at the time. - Mr. Justice COLERIDGE directed the jury to find for the plaintiff, for the sum of GBP12, and gave the plaintiff leave to move the Court to increase the amount by the sum of GBP58 13s 6d., if the Court should be of the opinion that the statement of the account took the case out of the statute. West Briton 21st May 1858
HILLJohn16-Mar1819Marriage Mylorof Gerrans to Mary Goodfellow of Mylor Peter Relph (C-PROP)
HILLMary Ann07-Aug1838Marriage GerransOn Tuesday, the 7th instant, at Gerrans, by the Rev. W. Baker, the Rev. Henry Bullock, of Tavistock, to Miss Mary Ann Hill, only daughter of Mr. George Hill, of Tregassick, in the parish of Gerrans.West Briton 17th Aug 1838
HILLThomasin29-Dec1734Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to John HENDERSONPhillimore (C-PROP)
HILLSMary10-Jun1844Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 10th instant, MARY, daughter of MR. HENRY HILL, of the Coast Guard service. West Briton 28th Jun 1844
HITCHENSFrancis William23-Jan1885BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 15my transcription (C-PROP)
HITCHENSRichard Henry31-Jan1885BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 17my transcription (C-PROP)
HITCHENSW.04-Nov1851Marriage St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on Tuesday last, Mr. W. HITCHENS to Miss M.A. JENKIN, both of that parish. West Briton 7th Nov 1851
HITCHINGSHenry30-Jul1825Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Thomasine ROGERS Phillimore (C-PROP)
HITCHINGSMaria15-Mar1879Burial St Just in RoselandMaria HITCHINGS of St Anthony, aged 71 my transcription (C-PROP)
HITCHINGSMary Elgar19-Jan1891 Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Samuel Arthur GILBERT my transcription (C-PROP)
HITCHINSMatilda17-Nov1877Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Samuel KITT my transcription (C-PROP)
HOBBSEdward22-Dec1685Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Jennifer THOMASPhillimore (C-PROP)
HOOPERAndrew20-Jan1838MarriageRuan Lanihorneof Gerrans, aged 28, son of Andrew to Jane TRETHOWAN, aged 29, dau of WilliamCarol Hughes (OPC)
HOOPERJames23-Apr1836MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Ann GAYmy transcription (C-PROP)
HUDDYJames25-Sep1821Insolvency BodminAt the Borough of Bodmin, in the County of Cornwall, on the 16th day of October 1821, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. James Huddy, formerly of the Borough of Tregoney, and late of the Parish of Gerrans, in the County of Cornwall, Saddler. London Gazette
HUGOJohn Martin05-Nov1878MarriageSt Evalspouse: Caroline DREWSusan Old, OPC
HUGOEElizabeth18-Feb1732MarriageSt GoranSamuel PADDY to Elizabeth HUGOE of St Anthony (N.B. might not be St Anthony in Roseland)Diana Neave (C-PROP)
HUGOEJohn11-Dec1768BannsPhilleighJohn HUGOE of St Anthony to Dinah WAKEHAM of Philleighmy transcription (C-PROP)
HUGOEJohn02-Feb1769MarriagePhilleighof St Anthony to Dinah WAKEHAMmy transcription (C-PROP)
HUGOEJohn Martin29-Jan1887Death GerransAt the Manor House, Treluggan, Gerrans, January 29, John Martin Hugoe, second son of the late Lieut. Hugoe, R.M., aged 58 West Briton 31st Jan 1887
HUTCHINGS- 1855Removal GerransTHE COAST GUARD  -  Mr. ALEXANDER RENAUD, late acting second master, has been appointed chief officer of the Gerrans Bay station, vice HUTCHINGS, removed.  Mr. WILLIAM F. GREET has been removed from Gorran haven to Mevagissey, vice Lieut. W. SAMUEL, placed on the Coast Guard retired list. West Briton 2nd Nov 1855
INCLEDONSusan22-Dec1852Death GerransAt Gerrans, on Wednesday last, Mrs. SUSAN INCLEDON, aged 87 years. West Briton 24th Dec 1852
INCLEDONJemima02-Apr1855Death GerransAt Lanhay, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 2nd instant, Miss Jemima INCLEDON, aged 87 years. West Briton 13th April 1855
INCLEDONZenobia03-Dec1733Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to George WALTERSPhillimore (C-PROP)
JAMESElizabeth06-Jun1842DeathPenzance6th June 1842 -On Monday last, at Penzance, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev. William JAMES, of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, aged 19 years oldWest Briton, June 10th, 1842
JAMESElizabeth23-Oct1846Inquest PortscathaThe following inquests have been held before JOHN CARLYON, Esq., coroner, since our last report: On Friday last, at Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the body of ELIZABETH JAMES, aged 54 years, the wife of a respectable superannuated boatman of that place. The deceased, for some weeks previous to the 18th September last, had been observed to labour under a great degree of mental anxiety and despondency, but no cause could be assigned for it, as she lived happily with her husband, and they appeared to have every comfort about them. On the morning of that day, however, her niece, on entering the house, was horror struck at seeing her lying of the floor with her throat dreadfully cut, and a razor lying by her side. An alarm was immediately made, and some persons having entered the house, placed her in a chair, and carried her up to bed, where she lingered in a hopeless state until Thursday last, when death terminated her existence. Subsequental to the committal of the rash act, she acknowledged that she had done it with her own hand, in a moment of weakness, which she could not get the better of. Verdict, that the deceased committed self destruction by cutting her throat with a razor, whilst labouring under a temporary fit of insanity. West Briton 30th Oct 1846
JAMESJ (Rev)12-Nov1853Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on Saturday the 12th inst., Rev. J. James, Independant Minister, aged 57 years. Royal Cornwall Gazette 18th Nov 1853
JENINGSusanna24-Aug1738Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Thomas JANEPhillimore (C-PROP)
JENKINM.A. 04-Nov1851Marriage St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on Tuesday last, Mr. W. HITCHENS to Miss M.A. JENKIN, both of that parish. West Briton 7th Nov 1851
JENKINGAnne13-Dec1844Death PlaceAt Place, near St. Mawes, on the 13th instant, in the 95th year of her age, Mrs. ANNE JENKING. She passed through her long life beloved and respected by all who knew her, but by none could she be more highly valued than by the family with whom she lived the last thirty years.West Briton 20th Dec 1844
JENNINGS-27-Oct1840Birth GerransAt Treloan, in Gerrans, on the 27th ult., the wife of Mr. J.C. JENNINGS, mariner, a son West Briton 13th Nov 1840
JENNINGS-13-Jul1843BirthGerransAt Treloan, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 13th instant, the wife of Mr. J.C. Jennings, mariner, of a daughter.West Briton, July 28th 1843
JENNINGSAvis14-Apr1781MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to John WARDmy transcription (C-PROP)
JENNINGSElizabeth16-Apr1676Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Peter RICHARDSPhillimore (C-PROP)
JENNINGSGrace17-Feb1736MarriageRuan LanihorneWilliam FORD to Grace JENNINGS of GerransCarol Hughes (OPC)
JENNINGSHenery21-Nov1731MarriageTruro, St. Clementsof Gerrans to Rebecca PHILIP of GerransM Topham (C-PROP)
JENNINGSJohn16-Apr1764MarriageSt. Keverneof Gerrans to Jane COLLECTDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
JENNINGSJohn4-Mar1843Death GerransOn the 4th instant, at Gerrans, Mr. John Jennings, aged 84 yearsWest Briton 17th Mar 1843
JENNINGSJohn06-Dec1866MarriageHelstonof Gerrans to Elizabeth JEWELL of Helston.Don Carkyk (OPC & C-PROP)
JENNINGSMargaret11-Mar1726BaptismPhilleighdau of George JENNINGS of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
JENNINGSMartin02-Oct1726BaptismPhilleighson of Richard JENNINGS of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
JENNUNGSRebecca20-Jan1760BannsPhilleighWilliam LEAVERS of Philleigh to Rebecca JENNUNGS of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
JENNINGSRichard29-Apr1742Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Miriam BENNET of Gerrans Phillimore (C-PROP)
JENNINGSThomas24-May1852Prosecution TruroCOMPLAINT AGAINST VAN PROPRIETORS - On Monday last, four van  proprietors, WILLIAM JAMES, JOHN JAMES, and JOHN STEVENS, each of St. Agnes, and THOMAS JENNINGS, of Gerrans, were summoned before the Truro magistrates, in consequence of a complaint preferred on behalf of MISS BARLOW, shopkeeper at the West Bridge, Truro, that the defendants had obstructed the public thoroughfare with their vans. Mr. Stokes appeared on behalf of the defendants, whose case appeared to be as follows. Some time since, in consequence of complaints that the vans were a public obstruction at the West Bridge, a committee was appointed by the Truro Improvement Commissioners, who decided that the vans should stand in a certain position at the West Bridge, so as to leave a passage of sixteen feet on each side of the line of vans.  But Miss Barlow considering that they were still an obstruction to persons entering her shop, laid information against the four defendants, who were convicted under the Truro Improvement Act, and though not fined, were ordered to pay the costs, 8s.6d. each. It appears that the local act gives no power either to the Improvement Commissioners or the Town Council, to allot places for the vans to stand, and that on complaints being made, and the slightest obstruction of the thoroughfare proved, the magistrates are compelled, under the act referred to, to convict the defendants. In the present instance, it is stated that the tradesmen generally at the West Bridge do not desire the removal of the vans, and the case being considered one of some hardship to the van owners, a subscription has been entered into, and the costs, altogether 34s. have been refunded to them. West Briton 28th May 1852
JENNINGSThomas23-Mar1872Death GerransSUDDEN DEATH – The sudden death of Mr. Thomas Jennings, late innkeeper of the “Royal Standard,” at Gerrans village, took place on the evening of the 23rd instant, within ten minutes of his entering his house on returning from Truro.  He has been long in an ailing condition, but on Friday and Saturday last he appeared much better than usual;   on entering his house, however, he exclaimed to his wife “Oh! Elizabeth, how I am suffering in the stomach,” and fell back in a chair and expired.  Mr. Carlyon held an inquest on the body on Wednesday, when a verdict of “died from natural causes” was given. Royal Cornwall Gazette, Sat 30th Mar 1872
JOHNElizabeth06-Feb1702Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Bennett HENDYPhillimore (C-PROP)
JOHNS-17-Mar1846Birth GerransAt Gerrans, on the 17th ult., the wife of Mr. Geo. JOHNS, Innkeeper, of a daughter. West Briton 3rd April 1846
JOHNS-02-Feb1852Crime GerransMALICIOUS TRESPASS  -  On the 2nd instant, two men called SNELL and JOHNS, were committed to Bodmin goal, to hard labour for one month, by Mr. GWATKIN, for committing a malicious trespass by tearing off the roof of a little summer cot, standing in a picturesque spot on the cliffs of Gerrans bay, belonging to Mr. CREGOE of Trewithian.  The inducement to perpetrate this outrage was, the circumstance of Mr. Cregoe being the committing magistrate some time since, that sent Snell to goal for an offence against the game laws.  We very much concur with the general expression of public opinion on the oppression of the game laws taken as a system; but we cannot too strongly protest against encouragement being given in those cases to poachers, who are the greatest pests of every rural district where they are found.  In addition to idleness, drunkenness, and other vices, if in their nocturnal excursions game cannot be found, the neighbouring hen roosts, and corn lofts, answer their purpose full as well.  They go armed and are desperate even to murder when obstructed and deserve the repudiation of all good members of society, although the description of the game laws given by Blackstone may be very correct, that they were a bastardship of the odious and oppressive forest laws, enacted by William the Conqueror. West Briton 20th Feb 1852
JOHNSAnn04-May1887DeathAustraliaJOHNS – In Australia, May 4, Ann, relict of Edward JOHNS (late of Portscatho), aged 70.West Briton 11th July 1887
JOHNSCatherine05-May1849Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to James PRIMEmy transcription (C-PROP)
JOHNSCharles14-Jul1850MarriageLondonIn London, on Sunday last, Mr Charles JOHNS, saddler, of Gerrans, to Ann, widow of the late Mr Wm. STEPHENS, innkeeper, of Ruanlanihorne, both in this county. West Briton 19th July 1850
JOHNSEdwardMay?1844Marriage Truro

At Bethesda chapel, Truro, by the REV. W. MOORE, Mr. EDWARD JOHNS, of
Trewithian, to ANN, daughter of CAPT. ALEXANDER PETERS, of Portscatha,
Gerrans.

West Briton 10th May 1844
JOHNSEdwardFeb1852Crime GerransSTEALING MEAT  -  A man called ISAAC BEHENNA, was committed to the sessions last week by Mr. CREGOE, for stealing from an outhouse belonging to Mr. EDWARD JOHNS, butcher, of Gerrans, about fourscore pounds of fresh beef.  Some circumstances induced Mr. Johns to suspect the above person, and he obtained a search warrant from the magistrate, and the stolen meat was discovered concealed in the bed.  A neighbouring house was also submitted to a search, but the officers lost scent; they explored the premises very narrowly, but they forgot to peep into a well, where, (as well as truth) lay a portion of the booty.  It seems that a small gang of worthless fellows have lately been engaged in a crusade against the poultry courts, and gardens in that parish and the recent discovery it is hoped will lead to the detection, and breaking up of their nefarious avocation. West Briton 20th Feb 1852
JOHNSEdwardFeb1852Crime Gerrans ISAAC BEHENNA, 24, was charged with entering the dwelling house of EDWARD JOHNS, and stealing a quantity of beef and pork.  Prosecutor is a butcher of the parish of Gerrans.  On the 6th of February he had some salted beef and pork in his back kitchen, adjoining the dwelling-house.  He shut the door that evening and went to bed, but did not recollect whether he locked the door.  Next morning (Saturday) it was found the meat had been stolen; the quantity was above four score weight.  Having had information, a search warrant was obtained, and prosecutor, with MERRIFIELD, a constable, and LEWARNE, a blacksmith, went to prisoner's house, where part of the beef and pork was found in two earthen pans, and the remainder concealed in a bed-tie.  A bag belonging to prosecutor was also found in prisoner's house.  Lewarne was called, and gave evidence that on Friday night he was in his blacksmith's shop about twelve o'clock; it was a bright moonlight; he hear a footstep, and looking outside he saw Isaac Behenna, who was then going towards Trewithian, where prosecutor lives.  Verdict, Guilty; Five Months' Hard Labour. West Briton 2nd Apr 1852
JOHNSHenry13-Oct1853MarriageTruro At Bethesda Chapel, Truro on the 13th instant, Mr. William JOHNS, to Miss Elizabeth TIPPET; and Mr. Henry JOHNS, to Miss Jane WEBB, all of the parish of Gerrans West Briton 14th Oct 1853
JOHNSJohn03-Jan1855Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 3rd instant, John, only son of Mr. John JOHNS, registrar of St.Just district. West Briton 19th Jan 1855
JOHNSJohn (Capt)08-Jan1880Death at seaPortscatho – Sudden Death
News came here on the 8th inst., that the schooner ‘Royal Adelaide’ of this place which was on a voyage from Fowey to Rouen, had put back to St Mawes creek with the captain (J J Johns) dead, which proved too true.  The poor fellow in his usual health, without one moment’s warning, fell on the deck dead.  He was 55 years of age.  An inquest was held when the coroner’s jury returned a verdict of “Died from the visitation of God”.  The remains of the deceased were buried in Gerrans Churchyard on Sunday when a large number of persons attended.  Captain Johns leaves a wife and two children who mourn his loss.  He was much respected by his late employer and by all who knew him.
Royal Cornwall Gazette Fri 16th Jan 1880
JOHNSMargaret22-Jun1853Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, on the 22nd ult., Mrs. Margaret JOHNS, aged 76 years.West Briton 15th Jul 1853
JOHNSMary23-Jun1750MarriageFeockof Gerrans to Stephen JENNINGSM. Topham (C-PROP)
JOHNSMary04-Sep1849Inquest GerransCORONERS' INQUESTS  -   the following inquests have been held before Mr. CARLYON, coroner:  On Tuesday last, at Gerrans, on the body of MARY, the wife of JOHN JOHNS, aged 48 years, who was found dead in her kitchen last Monday evening. She had been following her usual occupations all the day, apparently in her usual health, and was heard blowing her fire only five minutes before she was found as above described. Verdict, found dead. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
JOHNS(Peggy)14-Apr1848Death GerransAt Gerrans, on Friday last, Mrs. JOHNS, relict of the late Mr. William JOHNS, aged 65 years. West Briton 21st Apr 1848
JOHNSStephen19-Jan1841Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Nancy WILLIAMSmy transcription (C-PROP)
JOHNSStephen10-Feb1855Death GerransAt Rosevine, in the parish of Gerrans, on Saturday last, Mr. Stephen JOHNS, aged 66 years. West Briton 16th Feb 1855
JOHNSStephen24-Mar1855Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Eleanor STANTONmy transcription (C-PROP)
JOHNSStephen John5-Sep1905Burial St Just in RoselandStephen John JOHNS of Portscatho, St Gerrans, aged 50my transcription (C-PROP)
JOHNSWilliam 13-Oct1853 MarriageTruro At Bethesda Chapel, Truro on the 13th instant, Mr. William JOHNS, to Miss Elizabeth TIPPET; and Mr. Henry JOHNS, to Miss Jane WEBB, all of the parish of Gerrans West Briton 14th Oct 1853
JONES(dau)22-Aug1851Birth GerransAt Treloan, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 22nd ult., the wife of Mr. Thomas JONES, of a daughter. West Briton 5th Sept 1851
JONES(Mrs)  1856 DeathGerrans At Treloan, in the parish of Gerrans, of consumption, the wife of Mr. James JONES, farrier, &c., of Truro, aged 32 years. West Briton 17th Oct 1856
JONESAnn04-Mar1877Death GerransJONES – At Gerrans, March 4, Mrs. Ann Jones, aged 84. Royal Cornwall Gazette 23rd Mar 1877
JULIFFMary Jane08-Jul1855BaptismPhilleighdau of Joseph JULIFF a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
JULYANE (Mrs)30-Aug1852Marriage St AnthonyAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 30th ult., Mr. M. W. PARKYN, of Place Mills, to Mrs. E. JULYAN. West Briton 20th Sept 1852
KEMPESamuel30-Jun1778Insolvency BodminTHE following Persons being Commission of Warrant Officers in His Majesty's Land or Sea Service, and having surrendered themselves to the Keepers or Gaolers of the respective Prisons or Gaols hereafter mentioned, pursuant to the Directions of.an Act of Parliament passed in 'the Eighteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intituled, An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors ; and, for the Relief of Bankrupts in certain Cases; do hereby give this Publick Notice, that they" do intend to take, the Benefit of the said Act, at the next General Special Sessions, or General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be held in and for the County, Riding, Division, City, Town, Liberty, or Place, or any Adjournment thereof, which shall happen next after twenty one Days from  the First Publication of the under-mentioned Names. And they do hereby give Notice, that true and perfect Schedules, containing a Discovery of all their Real and Personal Estates (hereafter to be sworn to) are now ready to be delivered to any Creditor applying for the same to the said Keepers or Gaolers, or their Deputies, in such Manner as by the said Act is directed.   Surrendered to the Keeper of the Sheriff's Ward or Prison at BODMIN in the County of Cornwall,

First Notice. Samuel Kempe, late of the Parish of St. Gerrans in the County of Cornwall, Gentleman. A Lieutenant in His Majesty's Marine Service, belonging to the Portsmouth Division, on Half Pay,

4th July 1778.  Second Notice

7th July 1778. Third Notice
London Gazette
KENDALLIsaac12-Jul1842Death St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 12th instant, MR. ISAAC KENDALL, carpenter, aged 62 years.West Briton 22nd Jul 1842
KENDALLJohn18-Oct1856Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Mary WILLIAMS of St Just my transcription (C-PROP)
KENDALLMartha06-Dec1850Death St Anthony in RoselandAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on Friday last, Mrs. Martha KENDALL, aged 71 yearsWest Briton 13th Dec 1850
LAITYJames Louis George31-Mar1896 BankruptcyTruroNotice of First Meeting & Public Examination James Louis George LAITY of Portscatho Cornwall, Travelling Draper. Truro Court, First Meeting Apr 9th 1896 at 12 noon, public examination Apr 25th 1896, at 11.45 am date of order Mar 26th 1896

22 May 1896

Notice of Dividend James Louis George LAITY of Portscatho, Cornwall, Travelling Draper a dividend of 5s 3p in the pound – payable on May 30 1896

29 Jan 1897

Notice of Release of Trustees James Louis George LAITY of Portscatho, Cornwall, Travelling Draper – date of release Dec 15th, 1896  
London Gazette
LAMPSHIRECaroline20-May1866BaptismSt. Martin in Meneagedau of George (Mariner) and Caroline of GerransDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
LAMPSHIREGeorge21-Nov1865MarriageSt. Martin in Meneageof Gerrans to Caroline TREWIN of St MartinDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
LAMSHIREFrederick John24-Nov1867BaptismSt. Martin in Meneageson of George (Mariner) and Caroline of GerransDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
LAMPSHIREJames08-Oct1831MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Mary BENNETTmy transcription (C-PROP)
LANGDONJohn23-Oct1845MarriagePhilleighof Trewithian in Gerrans to Jane MORSEmy transcription (C-PROP)
LANGDONPhilippa10-Sep1844Death GerransAt Percurnick, in the parish of Gerrans, on Tuesday last, MRS. Philippa LANGDON, late of the Roseland Inn, Trewithian, aged 80 YearsWest Briton 13th Sep 1844
LANGSWORTHYJohn04-Dec1869MarriageSt Columb Minorspouse: Charlotte Elizabeth GLANVILLESusan Old (OPC)
LASKEYMalachi22-Jan1761MarriageFeockof Gerrans to Hannah TURNERM. Topham (C-PROP)
LAWRY(Mr)08-Sep1849DeathSt Anthony in RoselandAt ST. ANTHONY In ROSELAND, on Saturday last, Mr. LAWRY, aged 80 years; for forty of which he was a respected member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society. West Briton 14th Sep 1849
LAWRYCatherine Caroline09-Aug1839MarriageCreedof St Anthony, in Roseland to E. J. (Rev) STURGES at Creed Church, on the 30th ultimo.West Briton (C-PROP)
LAWRYMary30-Aug1818BurialLamorranof St Anthony in RoselandSharon Symons (C-PROP)
LAWRYMary09-Jun1821BurialLamorranof St Anthony in RoselandSharon Symons (C-PROP)
LAWRYMary05-Jun1849Marriage St Anthony in RoselandAt St Anthony in Roseland, on the 5th instant, Mr. T. USHER, maltster and brewer, of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, to Mary, youngest daughter to Mr. James LAWRY, of Place Barton, in the former parish. West Briton 15th Jun 1849
LAWRYSamuel (Mr)06-July1855Grand JuryBodminSworn of the Grand JuryWest Briton 6th Jul 1855
LEESamuel31-Oct1822MarriagePhilleighof Portskatho in the parish of Gerrans to Jenefer PADDYmy transcription (C-PROP)
LEVERTONMary02-Dec1849BurialPhilleighof Trewithian in Gerrans aged 73my transcription (C-PROP)
LEWARNERichard17-Oct1818Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Betsey GREENPhillimore (C-PROP)
LLOYDWilliam Hynam01-Nov1827Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary Jane NICHOLS Phillimore (C-PROP)
LOBBSamuel02-Dec1879Marriage St Just in Roselanda farmer of Tregear, Gerrans to Jane Pascoe my transcription (C-PROP)
LOBBWilliam14-Jun1887Death GerransAt Gerrans Churchtown, June 14, William, eldest son of Mr. Richard Lobb, of Tregear bottom, aged 50. West Briton 16th Jun 1887
LOWEREdward02-Mar1858Inquest PortscathaOn Tuesday last, at Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the body of Edwin LOWER, age six years, who died from injuries he received by catching his night-dress on fire. It appeared that his mother left him home unwell in bed, and went below stairs to fetch a cup of water for him, and during her momentary absence he got out of bed and lit a rag at the fire with which he set fire to his night-dress. Verdict, "Accidental death." West Briton 5th Mar 1858
MANLYGeorgeJun1848Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent chapel, Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, MR. GEORGE MANLY, to MISS E. H. WEBB, both of that place. (no date mentioned)West Briton 16th Jun 1848
MARSDON- (dau)Dec1854Birth St Anthony in RoselandAt Porth Cottage, St. Anthony in Roseland, the wife of Capt. MARSDON, a daughter. West Briton 29th Dec 1854
MARTINThomasin04-Nov1726BaptismPhilleighdau of John MARTIN of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
MAYLorinda19-Feb1852Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on the 19th instant, Capt. BEST, only son of Lieut. BEST, R.N., to Miss LORINDA MAY, both of Gerrans. West Briton 27th Feb 1852
MAYMathilda07-Feb1843Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on Tuesday last, MR. WM. PETERS, agent to the Truro Shipping Company, to MISS MATHILDA MAY, of Portscatha, Gerrans West Briton 10th Feb 1843
MAYRichard (Captain)31-Jul1856 Marriage PenwerrisAt PENWERRIS, FALMOUTH, on the 31st instant, Captain Richard MAY, of the "Jane May," of GERRANS, to Constance Ann, daughter of the late Mr. John DUNKIN, of MYLOR. West Briton, 1st Aug 1856
MAYThomas23-Jun1874Bankruptcy TruroThe Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. la the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Thomas May, of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwal1, Retired Master Mariner. NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at the offices of Messrs. Genn and Nalder, Solicitors, Church-street, Falmouth, Cornwall, on the 11th day of July, 1874, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely.—Dated this 18th day of June, 1874. GENN and NALDER, Church-street, Falmouth, Cornwall, Attorneys for the said Thomas May

8th Sept 1874

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro, In the Matter of a Special Resolution for Liquidation by Arrangement of the affairs of Thomas May, of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Retired Master Mariner. THE creditors of the above-named Thomas May who have not already proved their debts, are required, on or before the 29th day of September, 1874, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to roe, the undersigned, John Roberts, jun., of Falmouth, Cornwall, Accountant, the Trustee under the • liquidation, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend proposed to be declared.— Dated this 1st day of September, 1874. JOHN ROBERTS,.jun., Trustee.
London Gazette
MAYThomas09-Aug1884Death PortscathoMAY – At Portscatho, Gerrans, August 9, Mr Thomas May, aged 46. Royal Cornwall Gazette 15th Aug 1884
McCRUDENJames23-Jun1887Death PortscathoAt Portscatho, June 23, James McCruden, late Sergt.-Major of the 6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, and formerly of the 81st foot, Lancashire Regiment, aged 48 West Briton 4th Jul 1887
MENEARHenry19-Mar1797MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Patience BENNETTmy transcription (C-PROP)
MENEARWilliam21-Jul1793MarriagePhilleighof Gerrance to Elizabeth WARD
MERIFIELDHenry24-Apr1860Insolvency TruroWHEREAS a Petition of Henry Merrifield, of the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Boot and Shoe Maker, Dealer and Chapman, an insolvent debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Cornwall, at the Townhall, in Truro, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Henry Merrifield, under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said Henry Merrifield is hereby required to appear before the said Court, on the 11th day of May next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors' assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said Henry Merrifield, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Reginald Rogers. Registrar of the said Court, at his office, No. 4, St. Mary's-street. Truro, the Official Assignee of the t-state and effects of the said insolvent. London Gazette
MERIFIELDJohn15-Apr1851Insolvency BodminCOURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. Saturday the 12th day of April 1851. ORDERS have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee the Estates and Effects of the following Persons: On their own Petitions. ….   John Merifield, late of Gerrans, Cornwall, Master Mariner.
In the Gaol of Bodmin.

22nd April 1851

Before the Judge of the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Bodmin, on Wednesday the 7th day of May 1851, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely. John Merifield, late of the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Master Mariner, previously of the same place and occupation, and formerly of the same place and occupation.
London Gazette
MERRIFIELDF (Mr)16-Jun1854Death GerransAt Gerrans, on Friday last, Mr. F. MERRIFIELD, aged 40 years. West Briton 23rd Jun 1854
MICHELLAnthony31-Dec1697Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Philip THOMASPhillimore (C-PROP)
MICHELLElizabeth13-Mar1897Burial St Just in RoselandElizabeth MICHELL of Portscatho, aged 67 my transcription (C-PROP)
MICHELLJohn Henry15-Apr1892 Execution of WillSt AustellJOHN HENRY MICHELL, Deceased. Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees." 'NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and persons  having any debts, claims, or demands upon or against the estate of John Henry Michell, late of Rosevine, Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Gentleman (who died on the 6th day of November, 1891, and whose will was proved in the Bodmin District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 8th day of April, 1892, by Cecelia Michell and Henry James Bramble, the executors named in the said will), are hereby required to send in the particulars of their debts, claims, and demands to the said executors, at the office of their Solicitors, Messrs. Coode, Shilson, and Co., at St. Austell, in the county of Cornwall, on or before the 14th day of May, 1892 ; after the expiration of which time the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which the said executors shall then have had notice; and that the said executors will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person of whose debt, claim, or demand they shall not have had such notice as aforesaid.—Dated this 14th day of April, 1892. COODE, SHILSON and CO., St. Austell, Cornwall, Solicitor for the Executors. SAMUEL SMITH, Deceased. Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35. London Gazette
MICHELLRalph11-Aug1883 MarriageSt Just in Roselanda farmer of Treleggan, Gerrans to Elizabeth Grace BORLASE of Trethewel, St Just my transcription (C-PROP)
MICHELLReginald Ewart22-Feb1890 BurialSt Just in RoselandReginald Ewary MICHELL of Gerrans, aged 5 monthmy transcription (C-PROP)
MICHELLWilliam John16-May1889Burial St Just in RoselandWilliam John MICHELL of Gerrans, aged 10 months my transcription (C-PROP)
MINORSAnn31-Oct1741Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Henry WEBBPhillimore (C-PROP)
MORSEJane23-Oct1845MarriagePhilleighof Trewithian in Gerrans to John LANGDONmy transcription (C-PROP)
MUSHALLAnn9 Apr1817BurialSt Just in Roselandof Tregassow, Gerrans aged 69 yearsMaryanne Till (OPC)
MUSHELLEdward03-Jul1823Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Susanna DASHPhillimore (C-PROP)
NANCEKIEVILL-13-Jan1840Death GerransAt Gerrans, on the 13th instant, the infant son of Mr. James NANCEKIEVILLWest Briton 24th Jan 1840
NANKIVELLJ.P. (Mr)05-Oct1870 Presentation GerransPresentation to a Corn Merchant for Honourable Dealings.

On Wednesday evening, the 5th last, about 50 of the leading farmers of the district, amongst whom were Messrs. Giles Williams, T. Blamey, J. and J. Hocking, W. Dingle, T. Cleave, P. Thompson, C. Reynolds, W. L. Earle, J. Earle, J. Trounce, R. Clemow, J. Roberts, J. Martin and R. Lanyon met at the "White Hart" hotel, to o honour to Mr J. P. Nankivell, corn merchant, of Gerrans, by presenting him with an elegantly chased and valuable silver tea service, in recognition of his honourable dealings with them during the last 21 years as a corn buyer.. Mr Giles Williams, jun., of Barn, Ruanlanihorne, presided over the meeting, and the presentation was made by Mr W. Colliver Blamey, of Penhale, Veryan. Both gentlemen as well as Mr. John Martin of Truro, Mr. S. Cleave, Merther, Mr. James Hocken, Ardevoran, in addressing the meeting, spoke in the highest terms of the satisfactory and honourable manner in which he had done business with them; the latter referred to the same principles, and straightforwardness existing in Mr Nankivell's father before him. The two fathers had done business, and now the two sons did, with equally satisfactory results. Each speaker bestowed high eulogiums on the recipient's conduct. Mr. Nankivell made a lengthy speech in response, in the course of which he tendered his heartfelt thanks for the handsome testimonial. He did so with much feeling, which arose from their praise and remarks of approval bestowed on him. He must say that during the 21 years he had done business with them as a corn merchant, he had had gentlemen, in every sense of the word, to deal with, and his object had been, as his father's was before him, to deal with, and his object had been to deal as honourably as it was possible to do, not for the sake of praise - never dreaming that it would be noticed in the handsome manner it was that evening, but for honesty's sake. It was intensely gratifying to find that one's conduct and mode of dealing was appreciated, that such a number of gentlemen with whom he did business had confidence in him; it made a man proud to feel that those around him would implicitly trust him. The testimonial would be of treble value to him, coming from whom it did. "We like the gift when we the giver prize." He must say, on the score of fair and honourable dealing, that if he merited a testimonial they as richly did. The service would be handed down to his family as an heirloom. In conclusion, he trusted they might live long to enjoy ach other's society and to do business, if it could be done with satisfactory results.
West Briton 13th Oct 1870

NANKIVELL
John Peter08-Apr1873Bankruptcy TruroThe Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In the Matter of a Bankruptcy Petition against John Peter Nankivell, of the parish of Gerrans, and also of Truro, both in the county of Cornwall, Farmer and General Merchant. UPON the hearing of this Petition this day, and upon proof satisfactory to the Court of the debt of the Petitioner, and of the trading, and of the acts of Bankruptcy alleged to have been committed by the said John Peter Nankivell having been given, it is ordered that the said John Peter Nankwell be, and he is hereby adjudged bankrupt.—Given under the Seal of the Court this 2nd day of April, 1873.

31st March 1874

In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. A First and Final Dividend of Is. Id. in the pound has been declared in the matter of John Peter Nankivell, of the parish of Gerrans, and also of Truro, both in the county of Cornwall, Farmer and General Merchant, adjudicated bankrupt on the 2nd day of April, 1873, and will be paid by me, at my house, 26, River Street, Truro, on and after the 31st day of March, 1874.— Dated this 27th day of March, 1874.

4th Aug 1874

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In the Matter of John Peter Nankivell, of the parish of Gerrans,. and also of Truro, both in the county of Cornwall, Farmer and General Merchant. UPON reading the report of the Trustee of the Bankrupt, dated the 29th day of July, 1874, reporting that the whole of the property of the bankrupt has been realized for the benefit of his creditors, and that a dividend to the amount of one shilling and one penny in the pound bad been paid, the Court being satisfied that the whole of the property of the bankrupt has been realized for the benefit of his creditors, and that a dividend to the amount of one shilling and one penny in the pound has been paid, doth order and declare that the bankruptcy of the said John Peter Nankivell has closed.—Given under the Seal of the Court this 29th day of July, 1874.
London Gazette
NICHOLLS- (dau)21-Aug1841BirthPortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on the 21st ult., the wife of Mr. John NICHOLLS, mariner, of a daughter.West Briton 3rd Sep 1841
NICHOLLS- (dau)Nov1854Birth PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, the wife of Capt John NICHOLLS, of the schooner "George," a daughter.  West Briton 17th Nov 1854
NICHOLLS- (dau)17-Oct1875Birth Portscatho

NICHOLLS – At Portscatho, October 17, the wife of Mr. William Nicholls, of a daughter.

Royal Cornwall Gazette 23rd Oct 1875
NICHOLLS- (son)05-Apr1853Birth GerransAt Gerrans on the 5th instant, the wife of Mr. H. NICHOLLS, mine agent, a son.West Briton 15th Apr 1853
NICHOLLSHenry04-Dec1824Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary MAYPhillimore (C-PROP)
NICHOLLSJohn Henry03-Jul1903Estate -Re JOHN HENRY NICHOLLS, Deceased. Pursuant to the 29th sec. of the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees'' NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of John Henry Nicholls, deceased, late of Portscatho, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Master Mariner (who died at Portscatho aforesaid on the 29th day of November, 1902, and whose will was duly proved by Charles Nicholls and William John Nicholls, the executors therein named, in the Principal Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 31st day of January, 1903), are hereby required to send, in writing, particulars of their claims or demands to Mr. William Jenkins, Solicitor, Falmouth, in the said county of. Cornwall, on or before the 3rd day of August next, and notice is hereby given that at the last mentioned day the said Charles Nicholls and William John Nicholls will proceed to distribute the assets of the said John Henry Nicholls amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they then have had notice; and that they will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person of whose claim the said Charles Nicholls or William John Nicholls have not had notice at the time of the distribution.—Dated this 3rd day of July, 1903. W JENKINS, Falmouth, Solicitor to the said in Executors. London Gazette
NICHOLLSJulia25-Oct1881Burial BodminAsylum, formerly of Gerrans, aged 29LDS film 1545323 img 531
NICHOLLSNicholas23-Oct1884MarriageLittle PetherickSpouse: Caroline WILLIAMSSusan Old (OPC)
NICHOLLSNicholas Hayes22-Mar1887 DeathGerransAt Trewince, Gerrans, March 22, Nicholas Hayes, infant son of Nicholas and Caroline Nicholls, aged 3 months. West Briton 24th Mar 1887
NICHOLLSNicholas13-Nov1894Estate TruroIn the Matter of a Deed of Assignment, for the Benefit of Creditors executed by Nicholas Nicholls. NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons having any claims against the estate of Nicholas Nicholls, of Trewince, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Farmer, are required to send in particulars of such claims to the undersigned, on or before the 30th day of November instant, in default whereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend about to be declared—Dated, Truro, 7th November, 1894. MARRACK, NALDER, and HOCKIN, Truro, Solicitors for the Trustee under the said Deed. London Gazette
NICHOLLSNichols John Henry10-May1863BaptismPhilleighson of John NICHOLLS a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
NICOLASSarah04-Nov1722BaptismPhilleighdau of Hugh NICOLAS of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
NICOLSAnn15-Apr1707MarriageSt. Michael Penkevilof Gerrans to Nicholas STEPHENS of MertherM Topham (C-PROP)
ODGERS- (son)16-May1885Birth WoolwichODGERS – At Warwick House, Woolwich, May 16, the wife of William James Odgers, formerly of Portscatho, of a son. Royal Cornwall Gazette 22nd May 1885
ODGERS(Miss)31-Jul1841MarriageSt Goran"On Saturday, the 31st ultimo, at St. Goran, Mr. John PETERS, of the ""Azores"" packet, to Miss ODGERS, both of Portscatha"West Briton 20 Aug 1841
ODGERSWilliam Billing17-Aug1853MarriagePortscatha At the Independent Chapel, Portscatha, on Wednesday last, Mr. William Billing ODGERS, of London, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Lieut. J.F. COOK, R.N., and niece of Mrs. BATE, of Tregassa, in this county.West Briton 19th Aug 1853
ODGERSWilliam Billing05-May1887Death PortscathoAt Eshcot, Portscatho, May 5, William Billing Odgers, late of Canonbury, London, in his 63rd year. No cards.West Briton 9th May 1887
OLIVEJulia Anna28-Apr1850BaptismFeockof Nicholas (mariner) & Caroline of GerransM.Topham (C-PROP)
OLIVERichard10-Oct1848Marriage TruroAt St. Mary's Wesleyan chapel, Truro, on the 10th instant, Mr. Richard OLIVE, to Miss H. STODDEN; and on the 19th, Mr. Thomas STODDEN, to Miss Ann Hill HAYE, all of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 20th Oct 1848
OLIVERichard18-Oct1875Death Portscatho

OLIVE – At Portscatho, October 18, Mr. Richard Olive, aged 76

Royal Cornwall Gazette 23rd Oct 1875
OLIVERRobert17-Feb1795MarriageSt Goranof St Anthony in Roseland to Betty JENKIN by licenceDiana Neave (C-PROP)
OLIVERWilliam John Nicholls01-Feb1866MarriageFeockof Gerrans to Martha STEPHENSM Topham (C-PROP)
OLIVEY(Miss)01-Apr1852Marriage TruroAt the Registrar's Office, Truro, on the 1st instant, Mr. JOHN NANKIVELL, merchant, of Pendower, to Miss OLIVEY, of Gerrans. West Briton 9th April 1852
OXENBERYElizabeth23-Apr1851Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. Elizabeth OXENBERY, aged 95 years. West Briton 9th May 1851
OXENBERRY(Mrs)29-May1847Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent Chapel, Portscatha, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. W. JAMES, CAPTAIN DILLON, to MRS. OXENBERRY, both of that place. West Briton 4th June 1847
OXENBURYMichael14-May1803Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Anthony to Hannah JENNINGS Phillimore (C-PROP)
PADDYCatherine14-Oct1799MarriagePhilleighof Gerrance to Benjamin WARDmy transcription (C-PROP)
PADDYMary27-Dec1720LeaseSt Anthony in RoselandLease for 99 yrs. Geo. Spry of Place, esq., to Mary Paddy of St. Anthony-in-Roseland, wid. 2 houses with gdn and orchard late in occ. of Phil. Paddy, Mary P.'s decd. husband, part of Place Barton. (see also entry for VOSPER)CRO ref S/279
PADDYPhilip24-Jun1713Lease St Anthony in RoselandLease for 99 yrs. Jn. Worth of Penryn, esq., and Geo. Spry jun. of Place, esq., to Phil. Paddy of St. Anthony-in-Roseland, husbandman. Plot of land in Winston's Hill, part of Place Barton. CRO ref S/283
PADDYStephen29-Sep1787MarriageSt Goranof Gerrans to Dorothy EDDYDiana Neave (C-PROP)
PADYWilliam12-May1741Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary DILLON of Gerrans Phillimore (C-PROP)
PARKYNM W30-Aug1852Marriage St AnthonyAt St. Anthony in Roseland, on the 30th ult., Mr. M. W. PARKYN, of Place Mills, to Mrs. E. JULYAN. West Briton 20th Sept 1852
PASCOCharles09-Jan1741Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Jennifer THOMASPhillimore (C-PROP)
PASCOSolomon04-Jan1706MarriagePhilleighof St Gerrans to Susanna BENNETTSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
PASCOECharles Henry26-Sep1880BaptismPhilleighson of John PASCOE a farmer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
PASCOPasco24-Jul1725Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Ann LIBBYPhillimore (C-PROP)
PASCOEFrancis John21-Dec1865BaptismLansallosof Antony (Coastguard) and Jane Anna of GerransSue Dent (C-PROP)
PASCOEJames23-Apr1880BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 68my transcription (C-PROP)
PASCOEJane12-Aug1902BurialPhilleighof Tregear, St Gerrans aged 84my transcription (C-PROP)
PASCOEJohn22-Dec1846Death Portscatha At Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 22nd ult., Mr. John PASCOE, mariner, aged 49 years. West Briton 8th Jan 1847
PASCOEMary21-Feb1704MarriagePhilleighof St Gerrans to John DAVISSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
PASCOEStephen29-Jan1878BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 74my transcription (C-PROP)
PASMOREWilliam24-Feb1828BaptismPhilleighson of Roger PASMORE a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
PASSMOREGrace Ann14-Nov1852BaptismPhilleighdau of William PASSMORE a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
PEARCECharles11-Mar1899MarriageKenwyn Charles PEARCE (age 32, B, occ Blacksmith, abode Gerrans, father Charles (dec), occ Blacksmith) to Annie Mary JONES (age 27, S, abode Kenwyn, father William, occ Farm labourer) Witnesses Philip Jones, Alice Rose Morison & Maria KinsmanCarol Hughes (OPC)
PEARCEDaniel07-Oct1784MarriageSt. Keverneof Gerrans to Margaret LANYONDiane Donohue (C-PROP)
PEARCEEdith05-Oct1887MarriageTruro At the Methodist Free Church, Truro, October 5, by the Rev. J.W. Harbord (brother-in-law of the bride), assisted by the Rev. J. Cockin, the Rev. Thomas LETCHER, of Liskeard, to Edith, youngest daughter of Mr. P. PEARCE, Gerrans. West Briton 10th Oct 1887
PEARCERichard28-Jan1808MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Mary RUSSELLmy transcription (C-PROP)
PEARCESamuel19-Feb1842Death GerransAt Gerrans, at the 19th ult., Mr. Samuel PEARCE, aged 82 yearsWest Briton 4th Mar 1842
PENALIGONAndrew15-Jan1855BaptismSt Isseylater married Matilda WELCH on 28 Oct 1876Susan Old (OPC)
PENVERJames16-May1840Death GerransAt Gerrans, on the 16th instant, Mr. James PENVER, sail-maker, aged 55 years.West Briton 29th May 1840
PERRIMANBessie Dingle04-Nov1877BaptismPhilleighdau of William Thomas PERRIMAN a labourer of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
PERRYMANFlorence06-Jul1877BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 16mmy transcription (C-PROP)
PERSEDaniel23-Nov1706MarriageSt. Ermeof Gerrans to Enstance HOCKENM. Topham (C-PROP)
PETERS- (son)20-Aug1841BirthPortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on the 20th ult., the wife of Mr. James PETERS, grocer, of a sonWest Briton 3rd Sep 1841
PETERS- (son)19- Oct1852Birth Portscatha At Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 19th inst., the wife of Capt. THOMAS PETERS, a son. West Briton 29th Oct 1852
PETERS- (son)19-Oct1852Birth PortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on Tuesday last, the wife of Captain Thomas Peters, of a son. Royal Cornwall Gazette 22nd Oct 1852
PETERS- (son)22-Nov1854Birth Portscatha At Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 22nd ult., the wife of Capt. Jabez PETERS, a son.  West Briton 8th Dec 1854
PETERS- (Mrs)25-Jul1849Marriage Feock At Feock, on the 25th ult., Mr. T. HICKS, of St. Anthony in Roseland, to Mrs. PETERS, of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 3rd Aug 1849
PETERSAnnMay?1844Marriage Truro At Bethesda chapel, Truro, by the REV. W. MOORE, Mr. EDWARD JOHNS, of Trewithian, to ANN, daughter of CAPT. ALEXANDER PETERS, of Portscatha, Gerrans.West Briton 10th May 1844
PETERSCharles Eldred03-Oct1881 Marriage St Just in Roselanda merchant of Portscatho to Elizabeth Dalby MICHELL my transcription (C-PROP)
PETERSElizabeth06-Aug1844Death PortscathaAt Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 6th inst., Elizabeth, the wife of MR. JOHN ODGERS PETERS, mariner, aged 28 years West Briton 16th Aug 1844
PETERSJames14-Jul1853MarriageFeockof St Gerrans to Elizabeth TRY……? [Having searched FreeBMD I suspect this is Elizabeth TREGANOWAN]M Topham (C-PROP)
PETERSJohn09-Jul1841Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on Friday last, Capt. John PETERS, late of the schooner 'Olive Branch,' aged 53 yearsWest Briton 16th Jul 1841
PETERSJohn31-Jul1841MarriageSt GoranOn Saturday, the 31st ultimo, at St. Goran, Mr. John PETERS, of the ""Azores"" packet, to Miss ODGERS, both of PortscathaWest Briton 20 Aug 1841
PETERSJohn Penhallow04-Jun1846BurialPhilleighGentleman of Curgurrell in Gerrans aged 83my transcription (C-PROP)
PETERSJoseph21-Nov1840MarriageTruroOn Saturday last, by licence, by the Rev. W. MOORE, at Bethesda chapel, Truro, Mrs. Joseph PETERS, draper, to Miss VERCOE, both of Gerrans.West Briton 27 Nov 1840
PETERSLewis24-Oct1900MarriagePorthlevenof Gerrans to Annie NICHOLLS of PorthlevenDamien Willey (OPC & C-PROP)
PETERSThomas27-Nov1839MarriageTruroAt the Bethesda chapel, Truro, on the 27th instant, Mr. Thomas PETERS, to Miss PILL, both of Portscatha in Gerrans.West Briton 29th Nov 1839
PETERSWm.07-Feb1843Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on Tuesday last, MR. WM. PETERS, agent to the Truro Shipping Company, to MISS MATHILDA MAY, of Portscatha, Gerrans West Briton 10th Feb 1843
PILL(Miss)27-Nov1839MarriageTruroAt the Bethesda chapel, Truro, on the 27th instant, Mr. Thomas PETERS, to Miss PILL, both of Portscatha in Gerrans.West Briton 29th Nov 1839
POLLARDAnn14-Aug1725MarriagePhilleighof St Anthony in Roseland to ? -ll?Sharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
POPEElizabeth05-Dec1756BannsPhilleighJames SYE of Philleigh to Elizabeth POPE of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
PRIMEJames05-May1849Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Catherine JOHNSmy transcription (C-PROP)
PRYNNEEdward Michael15-May1863 Partnership Gerrans etc.see entry for HARDEN, HenryLondon Gazette
QUINTRELLCharles06-Jun1791MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Elizabeth RICHARDSmy transcription (C-PROP)
RAWSONRobert27-Apr1877Bankruptcy TruroThe Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Robert Rawson, late of Flanders Hall, Harley. in the county of Warwick, but now of Porth, in the parish of Saint Anthony-in-Roseland, in the county of Cornwall, Gentleman.   NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at No. 5, Quay-street, Truro, in the county of Cornwall, on the 9th day of May, 1877, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely.—Dated this 23rd day of April, 1877. ROBERT DOBELL, Jun., 5, Quay Street, Truro, Solicitor for the said Debtor.

29 May 1877

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869. In the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro. In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Robert Rawson, late of Plunders Hall, Harley, in the county of Warwick, but now of Porth, in the parish of Saint Anthony in Roseland, in the county of Cornwall, Gentleman. A SECOND General Meeting of the Creditors of the above-named person is hereby summoned to be held at No. 5, Quay-street, Truro, in the county of Cornwall, on Wednesday, the 6th day of June next, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely. A majority in number and value of the creditors then assembled may confirm the resolution come to at the First General Meeting, or a majority in number, representing three-fourths in value of such creditors, may, by resolution, declare that the affairs of the above-named person may be liquidated by arrangement and not in bankruptcy.— Dated the 28th day of May, 1877. ROBERT DO BELL, Jun., Solicitor, 5, Quay street, Truro, Solicitor for the said Debtor
London Gazette
RENAUDAlexander 1855Appointment GerransTHE COAST GUARD  -  Mr. ALEXANDER RENAUD, late acting second master, has been appointed chief officer of the Gerrans Bay station, vice HUTCHINGS, removed.  Mr. WILLIAM F. GREET has been removed from Gorran haven to Mevagissey, vice Lieut. W. SAMUEL, placed on the Coast Guard retired list. West Briton 2nd Nov 1855
REYNOLDSGeorge19-Apr1729Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary FURSEPhillimore (C-PROP)
RICHARDS-21-Oct1847Accident GerransAs Mr. RICHARDS, of Trewince, in the parish of Gerrans, was assisting one of his workmen at the threshing machine, on the 21st instant, his right arm was caught by the machinery, and so much crushed that it was obliged to be amputated.  The operation was performed by MR. BULLMORE, surgeon, of Falmouth, assisted by MR. PRYNN, of Veryan; and we understand he is doing well. West Briton 29th Oct 1847
RICHARDSJames R 1855Award  BELLEVUE HOUSE ACADEMY, NEAR PENRYN - At the half-yearly distribution of prizes at this establishment on Thursday the 14th instant, the successful competitors were Messrs. JAMES R. RICHARDS, Gerrans; HENRY BIRD, Liverpool; WILLIAM GEORGE, St. Gluvias; EDWARD OLIVEY, Mylor; WILLIAM KILBEE, Ireland; JOHN GLOYN, Penryn; JAMES GILL, Penryn; ROBERT GLOYN, Penryn; RICHARD OLIVEY, Myor; and WILLIAM BIRD, Liverpool. West Briton 22nd Jun 1855
RICHARDSMartha11-Feb1849BaptismPhilleighdau of Richard RICHARDS a labourer of Treleggan in Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
RICHARDSMary15-Jun1844MarriagePhilleighof Trewince in Gerrans to Richard JEWELmy transcription (C-PROP)
RICHARDSRichard16-Dec1856BurialTallandfrom the Parish of Gerrans aged 55Sue Dent (C-PROP)
ROBERTJohnSep1577Landlord GerransIn response to an Order in Council dated 1577 justices of the peace were required to submit an account of all the inns, taverns and ale-houses in the land. john ROBERT was named as the landlord of an inn in St GerrensOld Cornish Inns and their place in the Social History of the County: by H L Douch, published by D Bradford Barton Ltd. Truro, 1966
ROBERTSAnn-1799BannsSt Just in RoselandBanns of marriage with Thomas HOSKIN of St Just published 10th, 17th & 24th MarMaryanne Till (OPC)
ROBERTSMartin12-Oct1890 BurialSt Just in RoselandMartin ROBERTS of Gerrans, aged 79my transcription (C-PROP)
ROBERTSNancy 1871 News itemPortscathoAn Active nonagenarian - A few days since Mrs Nancy Roberts, of this place, was actively employed in the fish cellars, although in her 91st year, just as was hew habit more than 70 years ago. She has lived to see 48 grand-children and 44 great grand-children. Royal Cornwall Gazette 14th Oct 1871
ROBINS(Mary)12-Feb1855 DeathGerransAt Trewithian, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 12th instant, the wife of Mr. Jeremiah ROBINS, innkeeper. West Briton 23rd Feb 1855
ROBINSAzias Frances Blamey12-May1907 BaptismSt Just in Roselanddau of George (a baker) and Azias Frances Jane ROBINSmy transcription (C-PROP)
ROBINSBlanch01-Mar1854Inquest Gerrans The following inquests have been held by Mr. John CARLYON, county coroner; On Wednesday last, at Gerrans, on the body of Blanch ROBINS, aged 63 years, who died in a very sudden and unexpected manner on Monday night.  Verdict, "visitation of God." West Briton 3rd March 1854
ROBINSEleanora10-Feb1866Marriage St Just in Roseland of St Anthony to Thomas BENNETTO - note bride was a widow and daughter of Edwin PEAKEmy transcription (C-PROP)
ROBINSElizabeth30-Dec1837DeathGerrans On the 30th of December last, at Trewithian, in the parish of Gerrans, aged 49 years, Elizabeth Robins, after a protracted illness, which she bore with Christian patience, and a firm reliance through Christ, of a happy eternity. Her exemplary conduct and service of nearly [fo]rty years in one family, will be long and gratefully remembered.West Briton 12th Jan 1838
ROBINSJacob27-Apr1837DeathGerrans On the 27th ult., at Trewithian, in Gerrans, Jacob Robins, aged 79. During 59 years he had faithful hind in the family of Mr. G. Cregoe, Esq., and it is a pleasing duty to pay a tribute of respect to the memory of an old servant, who for more than half a century conducted the business of the farm at Trewithian with great skill; who was generally admitted to be one of the best judges of cattle in the neighbourhood; and who, during the long period of his servitude, managed all the sales and purchases on the estate with matchless fidelity and irreproachable honesty. He was followed to his grave by a numerous assemblage of persons anxious to pay the last indication of respect to sterling worth and undeviating integrity.West Briton 12th May 1837
ROBINSJeremiah31-Dec1870Marriage St Just in Roseland inn keeper (a widower) of Gerrans to Mary CHESTERFIELDmy transcription (C-PROP)
ROBINSun-named but possibly John10-Mar1843InjuryGerrans ANOTHER CHILD BURNT - On Saturday last, the wife of John ROBINS, of Trewithian, in the parish of Gerrans, went into the garden, leaving her little boy, not two years old, alone in the house; and during her absence the child caught his clothes on fire, and was so dreadfully burnt that but faint hopes are entertained of his recovery.West Briton
ROBINSMoses Charles Henry Blamey23-Mar1913 BaptismSt Just in Roselandson of George (a baker) and Azias Frances Jane ROBINSmy transcription (C-PROP)
ROSEVEARJoshua 1884Obituary  Obituary for Joshua RosevearBible Christian Magazine
ROSEVEARSophia30-Aug1842Inquest Gerrans'The following inquests have been held before J. CARLYON, Esq., coroner, since our last report - On Tuesday last, at Gerrans, on the body of Sophia ROSEVERE, a little girl about four years of age, who was found drowned on Sunday last, at Pelingey Mill Quay, near Gerrans church-town. It did not appear how the deceased got into the water, but shortly before she was taken out, she was seen on the quay playing with her little sisters, and some other children. Afterwards, two men came to the quay, when they saw the deceased floating on the water. They immediately took her out, but she was quite dead. Verdict, Found drowned.West Briton 9th Sep 1842
ROSEVEARSophia14-Aug1846Inquest GerransThe following inquests have been held by JOHN CARLYON, ESQ., since our last report: On Friday last, at Gerrans, on the body of SOPHIA ROSEVEARE, aged 3 years, who was found drowned in a mill-pool outside her father's house last Thursday. It did not appear that any one saw her fall into the water, but her father saw her playing with two of his other children a short time before; and on their returning without her, he went to look for her, and found her as described; she had no doubt fallen in. Verdict, found drowned. West Briton 21st Aug 1846
ROWEThomas06-Nov1890Marriage St Just in Roselandlabourer of Gerrans to Laura PADDYmy transcription (C-PROP)
ROWTERMary20-Oct1734Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Benjamin HARRISPhillimore (C-PROP)
ROWTERPatience19-Jun1739Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to John WEBBPhillimore (C-PROP)
SAULRichard23-Dec1762MarriageSt Gorana sailor of St Gerrans to Elizabeth BARNECOTEDiana Neave (C-PROP)
SAULRichard09-Jul1801MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Constance ALLENmy transcription (C-PROP)
SAWLE- (dau)12-Aug1884Birth GerransSAWLE – At Rosteage House, Gerrans, August 12, the wife of Mr. Frederick Sawle, builder, of a daughter. Royal Cornwall Gazette 15th Aug 1884
SAWLE(Capt.)29-Jan1857Marriage TregonyAt Tregony, on the 29th ult., Capt. SAWLE, of the schooner "Hero," of Gerrans, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. William ROWE, of Tregony. West Briton 6th Feb 1857
SAWLEEhud05-Jul1818Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Joanna WOONPhillimore (C-PROP)
SAWLEGeorge03-Aug1830MarriageFeockof Gerrans to Ann TREWEEKEM Topham (C-PROP)
SAWLEGeorge12-Jun1848Marriage TruroAt Bethesda chapel, Truro, on Monday last, MR. GEORGE SAWLE, to MISS MARY HICKS, both of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 16th Jun 1848
SAWLEMargery17-Sep1687Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Thomas LALEANPhillimore (C-PROP)
SAWLEStephen
Mary Ann
May1858 County CourtTruroTRURO COUNTY COURT - STEPHEN SAWLE v. MARY ANN SAWLE both of Gerrans. Mr. HOCKIN appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. STOKES for defendant. The action was for the recovery of GBP 6, money lent. Plaintiff and his wife were examined in support of their case. Defendant was also examined, and stated that the money had been paid her as dividends on shares in a vessel called the "Hero," of which plaintiff had formerly the management. His Honor thought defendant was mistaken, and gave judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed. West Briton 14th May 1858
SAWLEPhilippa30-Jan1731MarriageSt GoranSolomon PASCOE to Philippa SAWLE of GerransDiana Neave (C-PROP)
SAWLESusanna28-Feb1715MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Thomas COLLICKSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
SAWLEThomas (Capt)08-Oct1852Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 8th instant, Capt. THOMAS SAWLE, aged 62 years West Briton 22nd Oct 1852
SCANTLEBERRYJohn13-May1732Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Margery TERRILPhillimore (C-PROP)
SEAGERSelina23-Dec1899Burial BodminAsylum, Gerrans, aged 38LDS film 1545323 img 672
SELLWOODElizabeth10-May1730Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Jonathan CUNDYPhillimore (C-PROP)
SELLWOODThomas01-Apr1796MarriageRuan Lanihorneof Gerrans to Elizabeth HUGOECarol Hughes (OPC)
SHOREJohn04-Apr1853Inquest St Anthony in RoselandThe following inquest has been held before Mr. John CARLYON, since our last report. On Monday last, at St. Anthony in Roseland, on the body of John SHORE, sailor, aged 23 years, who was wrecked last Thursday night under the following circumstances:- From the evidence of John RUNDELL, it appeared that deceased and himself sailed from Alderney on Wednesday the 30th ult., in a smack called the "Two Brothers" twenty three tons register. They had no cargo but about twelve tons of ballast on board; about nine o'clock in the evening of the following day, they were off St. Anthony Point, about a mile from the shore, when a sea struck her, and before she perfectly righted, she was struck by a second one, which completely disabled her, and she drifted ashore about a mile to the east of the Lighthouse, where she soon went to pieces. Witness and deceased both got on an island rock, where they remained about half an hour. The tide was then flowing, and after deceased has assisted witness in pulling off his sea boots, witness made for the shore, which he reached with great difficulty. Witness saw deceased on the rock after he had got on shore, and heard him crying for mercy, but he could render him no assistance and in the course of a short time, a sea washed over the rock and witness saw nothing more of him until he was picked up near the spot the following Saturday. Verdict, "accidentally drowned." West Briton 8th Apr 1853
SHORTMary Louise22-Jan1908Baptism St Just in Roselanddau of James (a soldier) and Edith Jane SHORT of St Anthony my transcription (C-PROP)
SILLWOODRichard10-Feb1750Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Elizabeth HUGOEPhillimore (C-PROP)
SNELL-31-Mar1843Birth PortscathaWest Briton 7th Apr 1843, "At Portscatha in Gerrans, on the 31st ultimo, the wife of Mr. Peter SNELL, mariner, of a son."West Briton
SNELL-08-May1843Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in Gerrans, on the 8th instant, the infant son of Mr. Peter SNELL, mariner.West Briton 12th May 1843
SNELL-02-Feb1852Crime GerransMALICIOUS TRESPASS  -  On the 2nd instant, two men called SNELL and JOHNS, were committed to Bodmin goal, to hard labour for one month, by Mr. GWATKIN, for committing a malicious trespass by tearing off the roof of a little summer cot, standing in a picturesque spot on the cliffs of Gerrans bay, belonging to Mr. CREGOE of Trewithian.  The inducement to perpetrate this outrage was, the circumstance of Mr. Cregoe being the committing magistrate some time since, that sent Snell to goal for an offence against the game laws.  We very much concur with the general expression of public opinion on the oppression of the game laws taken as a system; but we cannot too strongly protest against encouragement being given in those cases to poachers, who are the greatest pests of every rural district where they are found.  In addition to idleness, drunkenness, and other vices, if in their nocturnal excursions game cannot be found, the neighbouring hen roosts, and corn lofts, answer their purpose full as well.  They go armed and are desperate even to murder when obstructed and deserve the repudiation of all good members of society, although the description of the game laws given by Blackstone may be very correct, that they were a bastardship of the odious and oppressive forest laws, enacted by William the Conqueror. West Briton 20th Feb 1852
SNELLBDec1852Death PortscathoAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, last week, Mr. B. SNELL, aged 80 years. West Briton 24th Dec 1852
SNELLGeorge Henry26-Jan1857Inquest PortscathaCoroners Inquest - On Tuesday, at Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the body of GEORGE HENRY SNELL, aged one year and nine months, who was found drowned in a small shallow well, from which the inhabitants generally are in the habit of getting their water.  The well is about two feet square, and inclosed by a door 2 feet 3 inches by 2 feet.  It is difficult to conjecture how he could have got into the well; but it is supposed that he might have been looking in, and was probably thrust in by the sudden closing of the door by a blast of wind.  Verdict, "accidentally drowned." West Briton 29th Jan 1857
SNELLMary JaneApr-Jun1862MarriageTruro Reg. Dist.to John Andrew COADSusan Old (OPC)
SNELLP (Capt.)12-Aug1849Death RotterdamAt ROTTERDAM, on the 12th ult., Capt. P. SNELL, of the schooner "Active," of GERRANS, in this county. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
SNELLThomas25-Dec1876Burial St Just in RoselandThomas SNELL of Gerrans aged 96my transcription (C-PROP)
SPRYAnna Maria09-Jan1894Use of Arms -Whitehall, December 30, 1893.
THE Queen having been graciously pleased to grant unto Tredenham Hugh Carlyon, of Witherdon, in the parish of Germansweek, in the county of Devon, Gentleman, eldest son of Horatio Carlyon, of Cadwell, in the parish of Saint Mary Church, in the said county of Devon, Gentleman, and grandson of Edward Carlyon, late of Tregrehan, in the parish of Saint Blazey, in the county of Cornwall, Esquire, a Major in Her Majesty's Army, and in the Commission of the Peace for the said county of Cornwall, and Anna Maria, his -wife, eldest daughter of Thomas Spry, late of Place House, in the parish of Saint Anthony in Roseland, in the said county of Cornwall, Esquire, Admiral in Her Majesty's Navy, and in the Commission of the Peace for the said county of Cornwall, and sister of Richard Spry, late of Basil, in the said county of Cornwall, Esquire, in the Commission of the Peace and a Deputy Lieutenant for the said county, all deceased, Her Royal licence and authority that he may, in compliance with a clause contained in the last will and testament of his maternal great uncle, the said Richard Spry, deceased, take and henceforth use the surname of Spry only in lieu of that of Carlyon, and bear the arms of Spry quarterly with his paternal arms, and that such surname and arms may in like manner be taken, borne, and used by his issue ; the said arms being first duly exemplified according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the College of Arms, otherwise the said Royal licence and permission to be void and of none effect: And also to command that the said Royal concession and declaration be recorded in Her Majesty's College of Arms.
London Gazette
STANTANJosiah28-Apr1868Bankruptcy TruroJosiah Stantan, of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Builder, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro, on the 22nd of April, 1868, is hereby required to surrender himself to John Gilbert Chilcott, Registrar of the said Court, at the first meeting of creditors to be held before the said Registrar, on the llth day of May next, at four o'clock in the afternoon precisely, at St. Mary's-street, Truro. John Gilbert Chilcott, of Truro, is the Official Assignee, and Messrs. Carlyon and Paull, of Truro, are the Solicitors acting in the bankruptcy.

15th May 1868

Josiah Stantan, of Portscatha. in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Builder, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the Court Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro, on the 22nd day of April, 1868, a public sitting, for the said bankrupt to pass his last Examination, and make application for his Discharge, will be held at the said Court, at the Townhall, Truro, on the 9th day of June next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said bankrupt to surrender, John Gilbert Chilpott, of Truro, is the Official Assignee, and Messrs. Carlyon and Paul!, of Truro, are the Solicitors acting in the bankruptcy.

16th June 1868

Josiah Stantan, of Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans in the county of Cornwall, Builder, adjudicated bankrupt on the 22nd day of April, 1868. An Order of Discharge! was granted by the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro on the 9th day of June, 1868.

3rd July 1868

At the County Court of Cornwall, holden at Truro, before J. G. Chilcott, Esq., Registrar:   Josiah Stantan, of Portscatha. in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of .Cornwall, Builder, adjudicated bankrupt on the 22ud day of April, 1868. A Dividend Meeting will be held on the 14th day of July instant, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely.
London Gazette
STANTANRichard29-Jun1844MarriageKenwynRichard STANTAN (age 70, W, occ Farmer, abode Gerrans, father Richard, occ Farmer) to Jane STANTAN (age 67, S, abode Penstrace, father James, occ Yeoman) Witnesses T G Hicks & Paul ClarkCarol Hughes (OPC)
STANTONWilliam31-May1841DeathGerransat Gerrans on the 19th ultimo, Mt William STANTON, aged 33 years, much lamentedWest Briton 4th June 1841
STEPHENFrederick25-Mar1918Baptism St Just in Roselandson of Edwin (a keeper) and Elizabeth STEPHEN of The Cellars, St Anthonymy transcription (C-PROP)
STODDENAnn06-Oct1841Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 6th instant, Ann, wife of Mr. Thomas STODDON, shoemaker, aged 63 years. West Briton 15th Oct 1841
STODDENH (Miss)10-Oct1848Marriage TruroAt St. Mary's Wesleyan chapel, Truro, on the 10th instant, Mr. Richard OLIVE, to Miss H. STODDEN; and on the 19th, Mr. Thomas STODDEN, to Miss Ann Hill HAYE, all of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 20th Oct 1848
STODDENPaul06-Jan1696Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Dorothy DREWPhillimore (C-PROP)
STODDENThomas19-Oct1848Marriage TruroAt St. Mary's Wesleyan chapel, Truro, on the 10th instant, Mr. Richard OLIVE, to Miss H. STODDEN; and on the 19th, Mr. Thomas STODDEN, to Miss Ann Hill HAYE, all of Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans. West Briton 20th Oct 1848
STONEJohn09-Feb1771MarriagePhilleighof St Anthony in Roseland to Elizabeth BUTLANDmy transcription (C-PROP)
SWAYNE(Mr)Apr1831Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, last week, Mr. Swayne, to Miss Maria Thomas, of Portscatha. (note: I cannot find this record in the Gerrans marriages)Royal Cornwall Gazette 9th Apr 1831
SYMONSCharles Turnan24-Jul1864BaptismPhilleighson of Charles James SYMONS a licentiate College of Physicians, Edinburgh of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
SYMONSEdgar James19-Apr1863BaptismPhilleighson of Charles James SYMONS a licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
THORNRobert Henry09-Sep1862MarriageHelstonof Gerrans to Ann EDWARDS of HelstonDon Carkyk (OPC & C-PROP)
THOMASAnn22-Jan1845Death PortscathaAt Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 22nd instant, Mrs Ann THOMAS, widow of the late Mr John THOMAS, of that place, Innkeeper.West Briton 31st Jan 1841
THOMASArthurOct1857 News Item GerransTHE NAVY - Mr. ARTHUR THOMAS, R.N. of Gerrans, has received his appointment, as master, to H.M. steam-sloop "Virago," on the south-east coast of America station. Mr. Thomas's son has just received a first-class certificate for navigation at Greenwich College. West Briton 23rd Oct 1857
THOMASDorothy Benson15-Mar1855 Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on the 15th instant, William Henry, youngest son of the late Mr. Hugh RICE, of St. Mawes, to Dorothy Benson, only surviving daughter of Mr. Samuel THOMAS, of Metherscolling, in the former parish. West Briton 23rd Mar 1855
THOMASElizabeth27-Nov1853Death GerransAt Gerrans, on Sunday last, Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. S. THOMAS, aged 25 years.West Briton 2nd Dec 1853
THOMASJohn13-Mar1778Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Martha RICHARDSPhillimore (C-PROP)
THOMASJohn Collette01-Jul1902Court ActionTruroIn the County Court of Cornwall, held at Truro. No. 1 of 1902. In the Matter of the Companies Acts, 1892 to 1900, and in the Matter of the CORNWALL DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE COMPANY: Limited. NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition for the winding up of the above named Company by the County Court of Cornwall, held at Truro, was, on the 20th day of June, 1902, presented to the said Court by John Collette Thomas, of Trewince, in the parish of Gerrans, in the county of Cornwall, Merchant, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at Truro on the 18th day of July, 1902; and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing, by himself, or his Solicitor, or Counsel, for that purpose; and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same, by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same.—Dated this 25th day of. June, 1902 J. MESSER BENNETTS, 7, Prince's Street, Truro, Solicitor for the Petitioner. NOTB.—Any person who intends to appear at the hearing of the said petition must serve on or send by post to the above named, notice, in writing, of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or, if posted, must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than six o'clock in the afternoon of the 17tb day of July. 1902. London Gazette
THOMASMariaApr1831Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, last week, Mr. Swayne, to Miss Maria Thomas, of Portscatha. (note: I cannot find this record in the Gerrans marriages)Royal Cornwall Gazette 9th Apr 1831
TIDDYWilliam16-Jul1836MarriageConstantineof St Anthony in Roseland to Mary PASCOE of ConstantineDamien Willey (OPC & C-PROP)
TILLERCharles14-Nov1726BaptismPhilleighson of Charles TILLER of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
TIPPETTElizabeth13-Oct1853MarriageTruroAt Bethesda Chapel, Truro on the 13th instant, Mr. William JOHNS, to Miss Elizabeth TIPPET; and Mr. Henry JOHNS, to Miss Jane WEBB, all of the parish of Gerrans West Briton 14th Oct 1853
TREGUNNAJohn11-Jan1856Petty Sessions Ruan High LanesANOTHER GAME LAW CASE At the petty sessions at Ruan High Lanes, on Monday last, JOHN TREGUNNA, a servant man to Mr. CANNING, of St. Anthony in Roseland, was charged at the instance of SIR SAMUEL SPRY, with being found in the pursuit of game. The prosecution was conducted by MR. MOORMAN, in the absence of MR. CHILCOTT, and the defence by MR. STOKES.   The only prominent feature in the case seemed however to be the paucity of circumstances which the accusing party possessed of criminating the defendant, in the offence against the game laws.   It appeared by the evidence, that Mr. Canning desired Tregunna, his own servant, to place his own gin, at a certain point in his own land, to catch a rabbit. On Tregunna going in the morning to look after the gin, Sir Samuel's gamekeeper jumped over the hedge, and said he had found a pheasant in the gin, which he immediately seized possession of. The appearance of the gin, however, indicated that no traces of a struggling bird could be observed, and Mr. Canning identifying the instrument as his own, there not a scintilla of evidence to substantiate the charge, and the prosecutor was in an instant out of court. The magistrates immediately dismissed the case, with the significant remark that "it ought never to have been brought there." West Briton 11th Jan 1856
TRICE-25-Nov1849 BirthGerransAt Rosteague House, in the parish of Gerrans, on Sunday last, the wife of Mr. TRICE, of a son. West Briton 30th Nov 1849
TRUANGeorge Frederick18-Jan1874 MarriageSt Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Eliza ROWE (nee ROBINS)my transcription (C-PROP)
TRUSCOTTCatherine28-Sep1827BaptismPhilleighdau of John TRUSCOTT a carpenter of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
TRUSCOTTEdmund29-Oct1825BaptismPhilleighson of John TRUSCOTT a carpenter of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
TRUSCOTTWilliam28-Dec1823BaptismPhilleighson of John TRUSCOTT a carpenter of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
TREFFRYElizabeth30-Nov1852 Marriage Gerrans

At Gerrans, on Tuesday the 30th ult., by the Curate, Mr Robert Woodward, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth Treffry.

Royal Cornwall Gazette 3rd Dec 1852
TREVANYONThomasin04-Jul1706Burial Philleighof St Gerans, wife of Robert, Gent.my transcription (C-PROP)
TUCKERJohn RuleOct1855Testimonial GerransTESTIMONIAL TO A CLERGYMAN - A testimonial of respect and regard has been presented to the REV. JOHN RULE TUCKER, by the inhabitants of Gerrans, on his leaving the curacy, in grateful appreciation of the zealous and faithful discharge of his ministerial duties. West Briton 19th Oct 1855
TUCKERMary20-Dec1778BannsPhilleighSolomon RUSSELL a mariner of Philleigh to Mary TUCKER of Gerransmy transcription (C-PROP)
USHERT05-Jun1849MarriageSt Anthony in RoselandAt St Anthony in Roseland, on the 5th instant, Mr. T. USHER, maltster and brewer, of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, to Mary, youngest daughter to Mr. James LAWRY, of Place Barton, in the former parish. West Briton 15th Jun 1849
VERCOE(Miss)21-Nov1840MarriageTruroOn Saturday last, by licence, by the Rev. W. MOORE, at Bethesda chapel, Truro, Mrs. Joseph PETERS, draper, to Miss VERCOE, both of Gerrans.West Briton 27 Nov 1840
VELLANOWETHHenry31-Jan1855Death GerransAt Merrose, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 31st ult., Mr. Henry VELLANOWETH, aged 72 years. West Briton 9th Feb 1855
VILLENOWETHJoseph02-Aug1870BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 3my transcription (C-PROP)
VINCENTJames05-Nov1850Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary Couch of St Justmy transcription (C-PROP)
VINCENTWilliam-1805BannsSt Just in RoselandBanns of marriage with Mary ELLERY of St Just published 12th, 19th & 26th May Maryanne Till (OPC)
VINCENTWilliam07-Jul1805Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Mary ELERYPhillimore (C-PROP)
VOSPEREdward25-Mar1725Lease St Anthony in RoselandLease for 99 yrs. Jn. Treise of Blisland, esq., and Geo. Spry of Place, esq., to Edw. Vosper of St. Anthony-in-Roseland, cooper. Plot of ground with house lately built by Edw. V., also plot of ground enclosed by Edw. V. out of Winston's Hill, adj. gdn of wid. of Phil. Paddy, now the wife of Edw. V., part of Place Barton. CRO ref S/280
WALTERDaniel19-Feb1706MarriagePhilleighof St Gerrans to Dorothy LUKESharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
WALTERSGeorge03-Dec1733Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Zenobia INCLEDON Phillimore (C-PROP)
WARD- (dau)02-Feb1842BirthGerransAt Trewithian, in Gerrans, on the 2nd instant, the wife of Mr. James WARD, mason, of a daughter West Briton 11th Feb 1842
WARDJohanna14-Jun1838BurialPhilleighof Gerrans aged 70my transcription (C-PROP)
WARDJohn10-Sep1844BurialPhilleighof Trewithian in Gerrans aged 81my transcription (C-PROP)
WARDJoseph24-Jun1816BurialPhilleighof Gerrance aged 18my transcription (C-PROP)
WEBBEdward02-Jan1780BannsPhilleighEdward WEBB a labourer of Gerrans to Margery DAVEY a spinster of Philleighmy transcription (C-PROP)
WEBBEdward08-Feb1780MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Margery DAVEY
WEBBE H (Miss)Jun1848Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent chapel, Porthscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, MR. GEORGE MANLY, to MISS E. H. WEBB, both of that place. (no date mentioned)West Briton 16th Jun 1848
WEBBJane13-Oct1853MarriageTruroAt Bethesda Chapel, Truro on the 13th instant, Mr. William JOHNS, to Miss Elizabeth TIPPET; and Mr. Henry JOHNS, to Miss Jane WEBB, all of the parish of Gerrans West Briton 14th Oct 1853
WEBBJohn19_jun1739Marriage St Just in Roselandof Gerrans to Patience ROWTERPhillimore (C-PROP)
WEBBERPeter13-Jul1717MarriageFeockof Gerrans to Elizabeth HUSBANDM. Topham (C-PROP)
WEBBER-06-Nov1900Court Case -To be sold, pursuant to two Orders of the High Court of Justice Chancery Division made in an action of re Webber Jenkins v. Webber 1900 W. 1396, with the approbation of Mr. Justice Cozens-Hardy, by Mr. William Rowe, the person appointed by the Judge, at the Red Lion Hotel, Truro, in the county of Cornwall, on Wednesday, the 28th November, 1900, at 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon, in two lots:-
Certain freehold and copyhold farms lands tenements and hereditaments called Lanhoose and Resores and Kearn Quay, situate in the parish of Gerrans in the county of Cornwall, in the respective occupations of Messrs. Trudgeon, Lobb and Chipman, together with a policy for £500 with the Scottish Equitable Insurance Company, payable on the death of the survivor of 3 lives.
Particulars and conditions of sale may be had gratis (in London) of Messrs. Mackrell Maton Godlee and Quincey, 21, Cannon-street, E.G., Solicitors; Messrs. Rowcliffes, Rawle and Co., 1, Bedford-row, W.C., Solicitors ; and (in the country) of Mr. G. A. Jenkins, Penryn, Cornwall, Solicitor; of the Auctioneer at Falmouth ; at the place of sale; and of Mr. Reginald N. Rogers, Falmouth, Solicitor.—Dated the 1st day of November, 1900.
London Gazette
WILKINSGeorge Pearce Canning20-Mar1882MarriageBreageof St Anthony in Roseland to Caroline EMMETT of Church TownAlthea (OPC)
WILLIAMSAmelia05-Nov1883MarriageLittle PetherickSpouse: Thomas NORTHCOTTSusan Old (OPC)
WILLIAMSAmelia28 May1948Death--Susan Old (OPC)
WILLIAMSBlanch03-Mar1715MarriagePhilleighof St Anthony to James OGERSSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)
WILLIAMSLavinia26-Oct1895Marriage St Just in Roselandof St Gerrans to William Peters GERMAN my transcription (C-PROP)
WILLIAMSMartha Jane14-Aug1857Burial St Just in Roselandof Lanhoose, Gerrans, aged 7my transcription (C-PROP)
WOODWARD- (son)18-Aug1843BirthGerransAt Gerrans, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. John WOODWARD, mariner, of a son.West Briton 25th Aug 1843
WOODWARDRobert30-Nov1852Marriage Gerrans

At Gerrans, on Tuesday the 30th ult., by the Curate, Mr Robert Woodward, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth Treffry.

Royal Cornwall Gazette 3rd Dec 1852
WOOLCOCKJohn02-Mar1730MarriagePhilleighof Gerrans to Elizabeth EDWARDSSharon Symons (OPC) (C-PROP)

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