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Treglown - St Gluvias-Cornwall
Posted by: Noreen Weitkamp Date: February 22, 2002 at 18:34:54
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Hi Cousins all, I am researching the Treglowns' who lived in and around St Gluvias, Penryn area, Treluswell, Cornwall. I have access to the 1871 census and the 1881 census but I would really appreciate it if anyone has an 1841 census and could look up one or two things for me.
I have quite a bit of research that I would love to share with anyone who is interested in this branch of the family. I don not think that many of them emmigrated, and not all were miners, several were agricultural workers.
Noreen


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