Thank you Yvonne. I will try to supply you with my supporting data using some of what you last sent me. I only hope this is not too long (and detailed) a reply.
"Henry Trevaskis married Jane Simons on July 23, 1775 at St. Erth, and their son Henry was born Aug 18 1776."
Below is the Henry (son of Henry & Jane), baptized August 18, 1776 (1851 census year – 76 yrs. = 1775)
1851 Census Churchtown 21
Williams William Head M 41 Copper miner Gulval
Williams Jane Wife M 40 St. Erth
Their children: Prudence 18 dress maker St. Erth, Jane 16 at home St. Erth, Catherine 14 at home St. Erth, Henry 9 scholar St. Erth, Betsy 6 scholar St. Erth and Ann 1 St. Erth
Jane’s father (same Henry as above) Trevaskis Henry Father-in-law Widower 76 (at time of census; therefore born in ~1775) Annuitant (receives an annuity) Died Mar. 29, 1852; Married to Prudence Stevens, who died Aug. 6, 1817 at age 38 St. Erth
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sterth/bapindex.htm ST ERTH, CORNWALL, UK GENEALOGY PAGE
Baptisms 1776 - 1780
Surname Child Father / Mother Baptism Date
Trevascus Henry Henry / Jane 18-Aug
"John (Trevaskis) & Anne Curnow had two Henry's. One was born May 6 1777, and one Oct 27 1781 (this 2nd one is the Henry who married Mary Blight)."
Piece: HO107/142 Place: Penwith-Cornwall Enumeration District: 7Civil Parish: Gwinear Ecclesiastical Parish: -Folio: 15 Page: 23Address: Nomansland
Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
TREVASKIS Henry M 60 Copper Miner Cornwall (Born ~1781; son of John & Ann Trevasis; married to Mary)
TREVASKIS Mary F 65 Cornwall Born Nov. 23 1777, William & Jennifer Blight (??)
TREVASKIS Mary F 25 Cornwall Born Mar. 30, 1806; s/b age 35 (census error??)
"In the Gwinnear census of 1851, film 221070 Reawla Lane there was a John Trevaskis aged 36, tin miner, married to Frances 38 years born St Erth. They had children John 12, Elizabeth 9 (this is Elizabeth Ann Trevaskis, my husband’s great-grandmother, that married Edward John Tremelling; see below) Ann 8, Thomas 5, Jane 3, Eliz 1 and Emma 1 month. The first 2 chn were born at St. Erth, next 2 at Phillack, and last three at Gwinear."
Birth: 02 SEP 1841 (this ties to the census records in the U.S.)
Christening: 01 NOV 1846 Saint Erth, Cornwall, England
Father: JOHN TREVASKIS
And from our research when we were in England:
When we looked for the marriages in Gwiniar Parish for the year 1865 we found:
DATE NAMES PROFESSION FATHER PROFESSION
JUNE 10,1865 EDWARD TREMELLING MINER WILLIAM MINER
ELIZABETH TREVASKIS JOHN MINER
And I also found in my research on the Latter-day Saints Intn'l Gen Index
Christening: About 1845 Gwinear,Cornwall, , , England
Spouse: EDWARD TREMELLING
Marriage: About 1862 Gwinear,Cornwall, , , England
"The information . . . has been very thoroughly researched and is printed in an excellent book called Trevasks - The Cornish Connection . . . "
We have also gotten info from researchers, but it was some time back. What we have are pages (copies) of documentation from the booklet entitled “Trevaskis - - Directory of a Surname” by Allan Edward Trevaskis USA, and Robert James Trevaskis, Australia. The distant relative who put our copies together felt that my husband’s Elizabeth Ann was the daughter of Edwin Trevaskis and Lavinia (Richards). Edwin’s 2nd great-grandfather was Samuel Trevaskis, born ~1667 and married to Mary Lowry. I have a smaller Family Tree file of this family. What we were given by the relative is incorrect since the Elizabeth born to Edwin and Lavinia was born in 1847 and she would have been too young, besides according to the marriage record her father was a John. We even have a certified copy of a birth certificate for that Elizabeth. So I have been trying my best to correct this family assumption.
Thank you again, for all of your efforts; what you gave did help. Sincerely, Karen
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