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Thanks Joanne, but I can't connect to Samuel MOYLE.
I'm still trying to establish whether Jane, who was wife of John MOYLE, a stonemason, living in Halvosso, Mabe, Cornwall, at the time of the 1841 Census with her family, including, their first son John, was in fact Jane PASCOE. I know that Jane PASCOE married John MOYLE, a stonecutter, at Wendron in 1826 and that the first children of that marriage were born at Halwin, in Wendron
It was the son John ( who also became a stonemason) who emigrated to Australia with his wife in 1853. He was born in Wendron ( 1827) and married in Mabe (1853). I have now traced all the descendants in Australia of this 1853 migrant stonemasonon, John MOYLE. My current assignment is to trace our Cornish ancestors. Hence my wish to confirm the maiden name of the 1841 wife of John MOYLE, stonemason,of Halvossa Mabe.