CORNISH VOLUNTEER LOOK-UP LIBRARY
The Library was created 9 May 1998 through the collective efforts of the Cornish Mailing Lists on Rootsweb
1 March 2013
FIRST INTERNATIONAL PHILLIPS OF NANCE CORNISH CLAN GATHERING APR. 19 - APR. 21, 2013 FALMOUTH
Join us at a gathering for descendants of William PHILLIPS (b. Illogan 1779, d. Redruth 1884) and his wife Elizabeth WITHIELL (b. Perranzabuloe abt 1784, d. Redruth 1856) married 16 Feb 1809 in Perranzabuloe. During the gathering we will visit the we will visit Nance Farm, the ancient manor house where our ancestors were reared. It is now a B & B.
For more information contact Meli Moore
CURNOW HOMECOMING - MAY 4-5, 2013 MARAZION
(ACH'13) will take place at Marazion on the weekend of May 04/05 of this New Year. It is the latest in a series of
worldwide CURNOW family reunions held since 1990 when more than 300 cousins attended the very first at St. Hilary. Subsequent gatherings have taken
place in Cornwall, Australia, and the USA. Now it's time to return to the Cornish homeland during the beautiful spring season and link the reunion to
other traditional events taking place at that time of year - Saturday, April 27th Trevithick Day at Camborne, a celebration of steam power
Wednesday, May 1st "May Day" at Padstow, when the famous 'Obby 'Oss tours the townWednesday, May 8th "Furry Day" at Helston, with dancing in the streets.It is a pleasure to invite all folks named Curnow, Curnoe, or Curno, their
descendants, and those who are simply friends of the clan to attend this celebration of roots in the Cornish homeland. For more information, contact Howard Curnow or Bill Curnow
&25 February 2013
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contributed by Geoff Semmens
Cornwall Online Census Project - PROJECT COMPLETE!
Bibliotheca Cornubiensis, Vol I & II 1874, Vol III 1882
G.C. Boase and W.P. Courtney, London, Longman's Green
|Kelly's Directory of Devonshire & Cornwall 1883 ed||Open|
|Pigot's National Commercial Directory of Cornwall 1830 facsimile ed 1993||Open|
|Essays in Cornish Mining History by D. B. Barton (1968 and 1970) (Indexed)||Maurine Nuttall|
Commissioners in Lunacy - Record of Patients - a
patients from 1857-1906. The pages have printed rows and columns with headings and each patient has been entered by hand (a nice example of how people used to write)
|Stone & Quarrymen of Cornwall and Devon A Genealogical Directory of stone workers, including builders and related industries, 1750 - 1900. Over 17,000 names listed and many, many strays Contributed by Joan in Colorado||On Line Resource|
A combined index which currently includes Towednack Churchyard, Longstone Cemetery, St.Euny Redruth (part), Penponds Cemetery, Camborne Centenary Wesleyan Cemetery, Camborne Parish Churchyard (part), Barnoon Cemetery, Quethiock Churchyard, Quethiock Cemetery, Landrake Churchyard and Callington Churchyard (part)
This is a library of selected Cornish book suggestions for your reading pleasure.
Nevada County, CA, USA - Genealogical Society
CORNISH LIST CHRISTMAS VIRTUAL CHRISTMAS PARTIES
14th Annual 2010 Christmas Party Blog (courtesy of Jennie Towan)
CORNISH WEB SITES excellent links
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