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The picture is of Nanjizal Cove, Trevilley which is to the south of the Lands End at Sennen, Cornwall, in the U.K. 

Originally a black and white print I have digitally enhanced it using Corel Photo paint.


Welcome to the updated Vingoe Family web site. Since the site first went on line in March 2001 we have made contact with many other people with connections to the family. We have recently spent some time redesigning and updating the records and have moved to this 'ads free' site. To all those who have sent us information we say a big 'thank you' and if you have any interesting stories, poems or pictures or indeed anything about the forbears that is not recorded here then please get in touch with us. We will endeavor to find room for them on the site. 

As we have read the faint written words on  some old tattered document their trials and tribulations have brought a lump to the throat. Sitting in comfort before a blazing fire, and living in  more secure  times, we have little comprehension of their struggle to survive against the odds. You can almost feel their presence willing you to discover more so that their story can be told.

In tracing my family tree we have collected much information on Sennen and the surrounding parishes. The people who lived and worked in the Lands End district tended to be multi-skilled: farmers and fishermen with a touch of mining thrown in.  If you had visited the far west of Cornwall in the 1600's you would have found a small population but sheep and goats by the thousands grazing the land.

However, one thing is certain it was a hard life and the frequent harvest failures on both land or sea meant that smuggling and free trading was also part of their trade. My family appear to have been closely connected by to the trades of free trader and privateer, and in the opposing  maritime  occupations of Revenue Officer and Coast Guard. They apparently sailed very close to the wind indeed. Many have blank  church records: they disappear from the scene for years to reappear in neighbouring parishes. Some may have paid the ultimate penalty and were drowned at sea, their deaths going unrecorded. 

In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries many sought new lives overseas and some of their history is recorded here. There have been heroes: family members include holders of the Victoria Cross and  Military Medal; also a  George Cross winner and two Lifeboat Coxswains. There are also those who in time of war paid the supreme sacrifice. 

All this and more you will find within these pages so please browse the site and we hope you enjoy your visit. Please keep coming back as we update pages all the time. You will find other Web Sites with a Cornish or Genealogy interest on the Links Page and we will endeavor to provide a  number of resources here to help those of you who are doing research connected with Cornwall, whilst at the same time hoping that you will share your knowledge with others through  the site. 

We would welcome any info on the remaining anonymous relatives that you may know of.We try to collect the female lines as well, although difficult with the change of surname. Offspring of these females often married back into the various lines to ensure the continuing landholdings were kept 'in the family'. They were cousins in reality as well as in law and were often joined in complicated patterns of kinship. So if you find a connection and want more information then please get in touch.

Below are just some of the Vingoe lines which we have researched. We will be adding more in the future so if you cannot find your particular line then contact us giving as much information as possible and we will try to answer your query. Also if  you have information you wish to add or have any corrections to the data on the site then let us know.

It is important that all data on this site is checked with the original source that we quote. We are only human and mistakes can be made even though we do our best not to make them.

George & Sandra  Pritchard (nee Vingoe).



Descendants of Jenkin VINGOE    Descendants of John VINGOE     Descendants of William VINGOE       



Quaker Branch

West Penwith Dwelling 1660








     Tree of Jenkin Vingoe c1640 & Mary Reed


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Line of John & Joan  VINGOE of Sennen, Cornwall:

the  common Ancestors of  all lines found so far. 

I give the lines down from  John & Joan Vingoe's sons, John and William VINGOE, who were known to have produced children. In John's will of 1656 their 5 sons are mentioned; William, John, Jenkin, Martin & Peter In his Will John VINGOE  decided that his property would go to their eldest son, William VINGOE  on the death of his widow, Joan. In a will  dated 1662  Edmund Nicholas names his three married daughters; as Joan Vingoe, Jane Bottrell and Charity Harry.

In the will of Joan Vingoe, widow, in 1685, only 4 grandchildren are referred to by name.. Her grandson WILLIAM  VINGOE JNR., who stood to inherit under his own father's will, did not receive any bequest  from Joan and was therefore  allowed to sign  her Will as a witness. He also appears to have written the name of Joan Vingoe against her mark.

The Will of   Joan Vingoe dated 1684/5


The last Will and Testament of Jono Vingo Widow of John Vingo.

Proved at Sennen 20th July 1685. Will dated 28th February 1684,5.

In the name of god amen: Acording to the computtation of the Church of England 

I Jone: Vingo of the parish of Sennen widow in the County of Cornwall being all this time sick in body but of sound perfect memory praise be given to you our maker this my last will and testtomen in manor and form followorth.

I do give and bequeath my soule unto almighty god my maker and my body to a christian burial.

I give and bequeath unto Petter Vingo my son my little pan and my little croake (crock)and my old cupboard.

I give and bequeath unto my son Jenkin Vingo my best board (table) and my cupboard.

I give and bequeath unto my son Jenkin Vingo one cow called by the name of "Bloganian".

I give and bequeath unto my son Petter Vingo  one heiffer of two years.

I give and bequeath unto my grandchildren two pounds cash money and to my grandson John Vingo the son of John Vingo one silver spoon.

I give and bequeath unto Henery my grandson the son of William Vingo one ewe.

I give and bequeath onto Richard Bottrell the older one ewe.

I give and bequeath unto Gzard Harry six pence.

I give and bequeath unto Polly Hicks the daughter of Israel Hicks of the Island of Scilly two shillings and six pence.

I give and bequeath unto the parish of Ludgvan two pounds to the poor.

I give unto the poor of Sennen parish two pounds.

I give unto my sister Jane Bottrell six pounds.

I give unto Richard Bottrell the older six pounds.

I give unto Jane the daughter of John Vingo my son my best chest.

All the rest of my goods movable and unmovable do I bequeath and give to William Vingo and John Vingo my sons whom I do make and appoint my true and lawful executors for to see that all this my Will may be fulfilled wittness my hand and seale the day and year find  above written 



                                                                                                                      Jono  X  Vingo (seal)

 The sign of John Williams

 The sign of Elizabeth Nicholas

  Signed William Vingo Jnr.


  Ref. DSB 441/1 Cornwall County Records Office.



William's other son, HENRY VINGOE  is left a small bequest, as are JOHN VINGOE  and JANE VINGOE, children of her  other son John VINGOE. There are other grandchildren mentioned  but they are not named.  It does not help that records for Sennen  only start in 1695.Joan's grandson William and his wife Agnes  had  only one son, William VINGOE c 1693. This was probably William  who married  c1721 to 1] Ann  ?, who bore him children John, Elizabeth, Ann & Joan [1722-1730] He  may also  have been William who in 1730 Sennen  married  2] Mary Daniel of Sancreed.  If so Mary bore him further children named William, Henry & Richard [1730-36.] The birth dates would appear to be contiguous, with no repetitions in their Christian names. Also the various land holdings of the children would appear to confirm this is the same William. 

WILLIAM VINGOE  [c1693] holds  land around Trevilley, Trevescan & Churchtown in Sennen. There is no record of his death or burial or that of his two sons William and Henry by his second wife Mary. Eldest son John [c1722] by first wife Ann, inherits the land in Trevescan in Sennen. His  youngest son Richard [c1736] by wife Mary, inherits Trevilley and property in Sennen Churchtown. According to old deeds  in the possession of descendants of this Lands End line, this consisted of  a parcel of land on which stood the First and Last Inn as well as various stables and barns. Next door to these Richard  built the  Dower House for his widowed mother Mary.  

The Dower house, Sennen Church Town.

A Hutchens family will dated & proved in 1747 shows that a 'William Vingoe  of Trevilley' was still alive then. He is mentioned as a  beneficiary and as partner  in the fishing boats and seines etc. William and his two elder sons, William & Henry,  must have perished  at sea around 1747/8 leaving youngest son Richard as the sole heir. He married Mary Penberthy in  1763: the Dower House is believed to have been built for his mother's occupation around that date. 

Richard's wife Mary bore him two sons and two daughters between 1764 & 1773, but died herself by 1777. Father Richard married again  in 1780 to Mary Williams of St Buryan. She was only 30 years old when they married but she bore him no children and was buried in her home parish of St Buryan in 1815, two years before husband Richard died. Eldest son, William  VINGOE [c1767] married Mary HUTCHENS 1797 St Buryan and had two daughters, Mary & Margaret. William died  of consumption at Trevilley in 1800. His younger brother Richard VINGOE [c1773] appears never to have married and is not mentioned in his father's will of 1817. There is a mention in  The Royal Cornwall Gazette in an  advert for a 'Sale of Land' in 1803. Richard the elder was buried in Sennen in 1817, and his sole heir "to all his lands and possessions" was his granddaughter Mary VINGOE  [b1798]. Her sister Margaret [b1800] had  died in 1813.  Richard's younger son Richard must have been deceased or missing  as there is no mention of him at all.

I have since discovered a death registration of a Richard Vingoe in Bodmin District on the Civil Death Registers Jun 1/4 1867 GRO ref 5c 62. His age is given as 84 but there are often age errors when patients have spent years in institutions. I have also found a burial in the local parish church records. Richard VINGOE bur 30-Apr 1867 Bodmin  Age 84  Bodmin Asylum  [resident of Sennen] age 84. As Mary was still a minor I presume some male relative acted as guardian until she reached majority. She married Henry Hodge TRUDGEN in 1826 at Sennen. With her marriage the name of Vingoe was extinct in this line.

 I have split the various branches of the Vingoe line into the separate trees after the grandchildren of John and Joan Vingoe as recorded in  both  wills and made certain assumptions which will remain un-provable as no written Sennen records are extant.

There are also a couple of  base born children baptised to two  Sennen girls with the  name of Richard Vingoe. The first was Richard Vingoe 1789 son of  Jane TREGEAR.  The father may have been a Richard Vingoe  above but unlikely. Jane married Stephen Vingoe nine years later.  Son Richard was brought up by Stephen as his own and when Richard married he named his first-born son Stephen. It is possible that Stephen was the natural father, although  Richard was not a name much used by this branch. I have placed this Richard  in the Henry VINGOE & Eleanor line Their son James had a son  Stephen  who married Jane TREGEAR, the mother of Richard Vingoe 1789.

There is also Richard Vingoe  bt 17 Aug  1807 Sennen: base son of Christiana MURLEY.  This Richard Vingoe settled in Scilly with Ursula LEGG by the time of 1841 census. He was a sea captain and later a pilot, a favorite occupation among several branches of the Vingoe line. His children's names were: Richard & John Legg; Ann Elizabeth; Sarah Jane & Sarah Francis. Clues as to his ancestry lie in the pattern of the names and points to the line of Henry Vingoe  & Eleanor of St Just; his son James  1734 -1810 and wife Amy Courtney c1736-1797, and their descendants. Christiana/Catherine  had another child: 14 Mar 1814 Christiana  d/o Catharine Murley of Sennen, base. She later married a Thomas Harvey 25 Sep 1824 St Buryan. Christiana  bt 27 Dec 1794 St Buryan was the dau of William & Margaret Murley. Her sister Julia Murley, bt 15 Aug 1806 married John Vingoe in 1826. I can find no Bastardy Bonds in Sennen Parish for these children so both Richards' mothers must have had support  for any  illegitimate children. Base children of Vingoe females usually had family support without recourse to parish relief. There is one other base born Vingoe male child: John Vingoe bt 03 Oct Ludgvan, mother Jane Vingoe [name entered as Vinjoe]. Jane was a sister of Stephen and Israel. Her son was the John Vingoe who married  Julia Murley in St Buryan 16 Sep 1826. A witnesses was Thomas Harvey, Julia's sister Christiana's husband.

I have also divided off a later section of the line of grandson Henry Vingoe [1665- 1725] & Eleanor, as I can find no written records of the parentage of my  4x grandfather Henry  VINGOE  c1771  who married Grace MANN in Paul in 1797.



Generation Colour Code

           1             2               3              4              5              6            7              8             9            10           11          12            13


    Marriage + 2]

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         1      John VINGOE:   c 1580 - died  c1656  Sennen. Will proved in Canterbury during Interregnum.

......................Only adult Vingoe [over 18 years old]  mentioned in the 1642  Protestation Return  of Sennen

      ...................+ Joan NICHOLLS :  c1615 - died 1685 Sennen 

...........................................[Father Edmund  NICHOLLS:  b Ludgvan - died Sennen]

      ......................... Joan's Will  written 28 Feb 1683/4 - proved 1685 


          2   Martin VINGOE:   c1656 -  before c1684

.....................[mentioned in  the Will of his father, John VINGOE 1656 but not mentioned in his mother Joan's Will, written 1684.

          2   Peter  VINGOE:  born before c1656 -  bur. 1707 Sennen

.....................[mentioned  in  the Will of his father, John VINGOE  1656 & also in his mother Joan's Will, written 1684]                                                          

         2    Jenkin  VINGOE:   born before c1656 -died ?

.....................[1.mentioned 1657 in  Will of his father, John VINGOE 1656] 

.....................[2 mentioned in his mother Joan's Will,  written 1684: no burial record found in Sennen]

          2    John  VINGOE:   born before c1656 - bur. 1709  Sennen 

......................[mentioned  in the Will of his father, John VINGOE 1656:also in his mother Joan's Will, written 1684]     

          2  William VINGOE: c 1635 - died before 1695  Sennen.

..................+  Grace ?   [Grace VINGOE widow  buried 1727 Sennen]

.....................married c 1660 ?


     William VINGOE c1635 was referred to in the very brief  Will of his father John VINGOE in

     1656. He was also referred to in the 1684 Will of his mother Joan, but he was not named as

     a beneficiary. His son William Vingoe jnr. c1662 was a witness to the will of grandmother

     Joan, but again was not mentioned as a beneficiary. He was presumably at least 21 years old

     on that date in order to legally witness his grandmother's signature. I have assumed, therefore,

     a date of c1662 for William jnr. and a date of c1635 for William Snr.


     The eldest surviving son, William Snr. inherited under his father John's Will when he attained

     the age of 21. His son, William Jnr. c1662 would similarly have inherited from him and was not

     mentioned as a beneficiary under his grandmother's will, thereby satisfying yet another legal

     requirement which allowed him to witness his grandmother Joan's signature. I have given Joan

     a birth date of c1615, which would make her about 70 years  old when she died in Sennen in 1685.

     She was probably not the first wife of John Vingoe who died in 1648 as there were two other males

     named Vingoe living in Sennen who paid taxes: a Jenkin and a Digory, who were Quakers and

     possibly father and son. I have reason to believe Digory was a son of John by a previous wife,

     whom he married  in Mawgan-in-Meneage sometime before 1619.


    I have lately discovered that John Vingoe, who married Alice Richard 08 Jan 1620 Mawgan in Meneage

    died, and his widow Alice was very likely John's 2nd wife. He  married Christen Reskille in 1605 who

    died in 1619. They had a dau bt Philip in Mawgan in Meneage but I could not find any other children.

    In his will of ---  Matthew Harry of Sennen  mentions his wife Alice and describes Digory Vingoe as his

    son in law, which in this instance means his step-son. The John Vingoe who married Joan Nicholas may

   have been another son of John Vingoe, born 1605-1619, perhaps from his first marriage to Christen Reskille.

    It's not clear who the 2 men named Jenkin Vingoe were, except one was a son of John & Joan.

    The other may have been a son of Digory who had been married. In his will Digory named 2 daughters:

    Jane who married Samuel Stephens [Quaker records] and Sarah married - - - Buspidnick

    There is no record for any baptism or marriage for either Jane or Sarah Vingoe.   

    The unknown Jenkin was a convert to Quakerism, as was Digory, and both were imprisoned  for their

    beliefs in "Doomsdale" at  Launceston Castle jail,  which possibly meant they were father and son.




             3  William VINGOE:   c1662-bur.1730 Sennen  [Will] 

..................+ Agnes ?   c1673 - buried 1747 Sennen. 

.......................marr:  c1694 Sennen

              4  William VINGOE:  c1694 Sennen - died c1748 

........................+ 1] Ann ?  

...............................married  c1721


  Branch No. 1  

The Lands End



Bruce - Bottrell - Badcock - Boase - Barnes - Bennett - Bolitho - Courtney  Chellew  Carnpezack - Cardel - Chellew - Cardew - Dennis - Glasson - Guy - Hutchins - Harvey  Harry- Humphreys - Humphry - Hicks - Hollow - Head - Jacka - James - Johns - Lambert  Maddran/Maddern/Madron/ - Mann - Mitchell - McCarthy - Matthews - Nicholls - Oliver Pearce - Permewan - Pentreath - Pascoe - Paul - Proves - Reed - Rouffignac - Rawling Robinson - Schollar - Stewart - Thomas - Trevaskis - Tregarthen - Tonkin - Vingoe -Williams  - White

Tree of William Vingoe 1694 & Ann [Unknown]

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       + 2]  Mary DANIEL:  [b1705 Sancreed - d 1794 Sennen] 

...................married  1730 Sennen.


  Branch No.2  

The First & Last Inn



                                Cowper - Daniel - Head - Hutchins - Neave-Hill  - Michie - Nicholl 

                                   Newsom -  Penberthy - Reed  - Trudgen - Toman  - Trahair


Tree of William Vingoe 1694 & Mary Daniel

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  Branch No.2b  

Isles of Scilly from the air





Tree of Richard Vingoe 1807 - Isles of Scilly

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                  4    Rebecca VINGOE: 

............................+ Joseph HEAD:  

...............................marr: 1724 Sennen

.........................5  Joseph HEAD:  1725 Sennen 

.........................5  Abraham HEAD: 1726 

.........................5  Ann HEAD:   1728 

.........................5  Eliz HEAD:  1732

                   4    Margaret VINGOE: 

...........................+ John  ADDECOTE:   

............................marr:   1735 St Buryan.

.......................5  Eliz ADDECOTE:  30 April 1739: St Bur.

                       5  Rebecca  ADDECOTE:  28 Dec 1741 St Bur.

                       5  Phillis ADDECOTE:    24 Nov 1744 St Bur.                                

.......................5   Mary  ADDECOTE:  17 May 1746 St Bur.

            3  Henry VINGOE:  c1665 - 1725 

..................+ Eleanor ?  b ? - bur  1737

 .....................marriage c1687


   Branch No.3   

Botallack Mine, St Just in Penwith


 Armstrong  - Arnold - Beames - Blight - Blunsum - Bottrell - Branwell -  Brierly

Bridgeman -Cardew -Carne -Casley - Champen -Chappel - Clemence -Clements                 

Courtney - Crocker - Daniel - Edwards - Ellis -Eggleston - Eva - Fleming - Foss - Friend

 Fry - George - Goodman - Grenfell - Hancock - Harvey - Hill - Hocking - Holla

 Honeychurch -Jenkin -Lawry - Luke -Lynch -Madder - Mayne -McKnight

Merryfield -   Mills - Mitchell -  Murley - Nankervis - Nicholls - Nicholas - Noy - Oats

Pascoe - Pears - Perrow - Polglaze - Permuen/Permewan - Robbins -  Rowe - Russell

Spice  - Santo - Semmens - Spencer - Taylor  - Tregear - Trembath -Tremewan -Trezise  -Thomas

Trudgen  -  Uren - Vingoe  - Wall -  Warren  - Watson  - Williams - Woolcock - White


Tree of Henry Vingoe 1665 & Eleanor

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  Branch No.3b  

Newlyn Narrows


Tree of Henry Vingoe 1665 Sennen & Eleanor ?

   split to form the NEWLYN line  of

Henry Vingoe of Paul



Adam  - Agerton -  Badcock - Bailey -  Banks - Barnes -  Berryman - Blewett - Breach - Bramble   Branson - Brown - Barton -  Bell - Bagley - Cann - Carter - Cleversley - Clift - Coulter -  Coupland  Cottam - Cooper - Davies - Dawson - Dennis - Dine - Draper  -  Dorman  - Easton - Ellis - Elphick  Elliot - Fletcher - Gilbert - Gregg -  Gribble - Gordon  -  Gould -  Garret  - Harvey - Harris - Haylock  Haydon - Hitchens - Hodder - Hughes -  Humphrys - Humphreys - James - Jeffrey - Jeffries  Jefferson - Jelbard - Jenkins - Jordon - Jones - Jenkenson - Johns - Kettles - Lake - Mann - Mark  Mathews - McKenzie - Mewse - McDonald - Mott - New - Napier - Nelson  - Nicholas - Nichols  North  -  Nieland - Oates - Olson - Payne - Pearce - Perry - Pickup - Pritchard - Pope - Pollard - Pender Rawlings - Richards - Reed  - Rodda - Roberts - Rowe - Reynolds - Rutherford - Rawes - Sampson  Sandercock - Shore -  Sims -  Smith  - Spencer - Strick - Spall - Taylor  -Taskes - Thomas - Tregurtha  Trevelyan - Treeve. -  Trevennen - Thrower  - Vingoe  - Viner - Weeks -Wills - Willis - Williams Wooten - Wright - Ward - Wallis -Wylie


        Tree of Henry Vingoe 1770 & Grace Mann

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   Branch No. 3c    

St Just & Breage

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Colour code for Generations

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


     1   John VINGOE: c1580 - died 1656 Sennen. Cornwall

..................[see notes as to estimated birth date - on Protestation Return of 1642 he was over 18 years]

................+ Joan NICHOLLS. c 1625 - d: 1685 Sennen.    [see Will written 28 Feb 1683/4]

         2   Martin VINGOE: before 1656 - died before 1685

....................[mentioned in 1656 in the Will of father, John but not 1685 in the will of mother Joan]

         2    Peter VINGOE: before 1656 - bur. 1707 Sennen 

....................[mentioned 1656 in the Will of father, John & also in 1685 in the will of mother. Joan]

         2   Jenkin VINGOE: before 1656 - died after 1685

......................[mentioned 1656 in the Will of father, John & also in 1685 in the will of mother. Joan] burial record

          2   John VINGOE: before 1656 - bur. 1709 Sennen

.....................[mentioned 1656 in the Will of father, John & also in 1685 in the will of motherJoan]


          2   William VINGOE: c1640 - died before 1695 Sennen.



William Vingoe [Snr] c1635 was mentioned in the 1657 Will of his father, John VINGOE, but not in that of his mother Joan in 1685 as he inherited his property under his father John's Will of 1657. His son, William in order to legally witness his grandmother Joan's will of 1685 was presumably at least 21 yrs by that date. I have therefore assumed a birth date of 1663 for him: and for his father William Snr a marriage date of c1661, and a possible birth date of c1640.

Joan must therefore have been born by at least c.1620 and was probably the 3rd * wife of John Vingoe c1580 who had married twice before in Mawgan in Meneage. I have entered the sons of his and her "Loins" as he states them in his will in order of mention. Presumably, William was the eldest and so at his father's death in 1657 was about 17 years old. Before the death of Joan their sons Martin, Peter and Jenkin had died and John and William had married. John had a son and a daughter who both married and moved to Paul Parish. William has two sons -William & Henry- who remained in Sennen Parish.

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Note Joan's date of birth remains the same at c 1622 poss Ludgvan but she was not the 3rd wife of John Vingoe of Mawgan who married twice.




James Vingoe & Amy Courtney


Jane Vingoe: bt:  07 June  1785 Sennen

base son

John Vingoe: bt: 03 Oct 1804 Ludgvan

Whilst pregnant Jane Vingoe was probably living with her married sister, Sarah BLIGHT in Ludgvan. Sarah was closest to her in age being just three years older. Their mother Amy  had died six years earlier and their widowed father James was probably living with his eldest daughter, Anne ELLIS in the Brane area of Sancreed.
Jane named her son John, which is interesting, as before this there were no male members in her  immediate  family tree of that name. Almost three years after her son was baptised Jane was married to Thomas SEMMENS on 28 Jan 1807 at Sancreed.  At St Just-in- Penwith there is a baptism record 07 Jun 1807 of a Thomas SEMMENS  with parents Thomas & Jane. No  further children of this couple are recorded as baptised in St Just, and so far I haven't found any records of children born elsewhere.Thomas was a son of Thomas and Ann [MARTIN] married  03 Feb 1778 Ludgvan. All their children were baptised in Ludgvan.

          Sarah     SEMMENS - 25 Oct  1778  Ludgvan
       Thomas     SEMMENS - 27 Apr  1782  Ludgvan
           Ann       SEMMENS - 13  Jun  1785  Ludgvan
             John    SEMMENS - 07  Aug 1792  Ludgvan
            John     SEMMENS - 27  Jan  1797  Ludgvan
James Martin   SEMMENS - 11  Jun  1799  Ludgvan







  Henry & Eleanor Vingoe of St Just has full ancestry line.


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        2     John  VINGOE:  c1640  Sennen - buried 1709 Sennen

.................married  c1670  

            3   Jane VINGOE: .c1672 Sennen

....................+  Edwin Hutchins of Paul: 

.........................married 30 Nov 1700 Sennen

           3   John VINGOE:   c1673   

..................+  marr:  c1693

...............4 John VINGOE : c1695 - bur 1760 Sennen. Will proved 1760 Paul.

......................+ Margaret REED:  c1700  - 1750 Sennen

.........................married 1729 Sennen


  Branch No.1  

Mousehole Harbour 



            Bottrell - Dennis - Hodder - Hutchens - Mann - Pentreath - Reed - Stevens -Willis                                      includes William Bottrell, a Cornish Folklorist known as  'OLD CELT'.                                     


Tree of John VINGOE  [c1695]  & Margaret Reed


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..............3  Richard VINGOE:  c1675 

.....................+ Sarah Paul  

........................married 1701 St Levan 


  Branch No.2  

Seed Drill invented in 1847 by William Henry VINGOE



     Altschwager - Argolls - Arthur - Aubrey -Arbuckle - Beckmeyer - Bernard - Biney -Bosence

     Buspidnick - Bolitho - Bennett - Bennetts - Boase   - Bradfoot - Brown - Burgess - Cardew 

    Chapman - Christophers  - Clow - Cook - Curnow - Caldwell -  Courtney - Cotton  -  Danne

    Dennis Davey - Durban - Daniel - Dobbin - Eddy - Eady - Elsworth -- Ellis - Freeman - Fry - Fulton 

    Gill  - Guy - Keogh - Galley - Goodman - George - Handsworth - Harris  - Hutchins -  Hicks  

    Hisgrove - Humphreys  - Hunter - Hosking - Hall - Harding - Jenkin - James - Johns - John

    Joyce  - Keegan - Kelynack - Kenny - Lanyon - Lowry  - Lean - Maddern - Marjorie  - Mattner

    Matters - McConachie  - McDonough - McKay - Milburn - Miller - Mitchell - Mathews - Mann

    Morrison  - Nicholls - Nicholas - Oats - Paul - Phillips - Quance - Reardon - Reseigh - Robert

    Roberts - Rodda -  Ruberry  Rule - Shillabeer - Slee - Stevens - Stone - Smith - Seymour - Stewart

    Thomas - Tonkin - Trahair - Trewavas - Victor - Ward - Warren - White - Webster - Whenan

    Williams - Wallis  - Woods - Weymouth  


Tree of Richard Vingoe 1675 & Sarah


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               3  Julian VINGOE :  c1677 -  died 1703 St Just

....................+  John HICKS : 

.....................married 1702  St Just

                   4  John HICKS  b1703- died1703


               3    Israel VINGOE:  c 1680.

....................+  Mary PROVES: 

.....................married  02 Dec  1711 Sennen.

                 4   Jane VINGOE:   bt 19 Oct 1712 Sennen

...........................+ William HILL: 

..............................marr: 14 Jan 1744  Sennen [off St Hilary]  

......................5  Jennifer HILL: bt 15 Oct 1746: Saint Hilary

......................5   Mary HILL: bt  02 Nov 1748: Saint Hilary

......................5  Eliz HILL: bt 26 May 1750: Saint Hilary

......................5  William HILL: bt 21 Jan 1752: Saint Hilary


               4   Mary VINGOE: bt 27 Dec 1714  Sennen

               4   Eliz VINGOE:   bt 05 Jul 1721 Sennen

               4  Eleanor VINGOE: bt 02 Jun 1725  Sennen

.....................+ John GEORGE:   13 Jun 1761 Sennen

........................No Issued found

              4     Israel VINGOE:   bt 31 Dec 1730  Sennen: 

                       No Marriage found -  No burial found.

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            3   Jane VINGOE:  c1685- d 22 Mar 1749

.................+ Matthew WILLIAMS:   - bur  06 Feb 1748 Sennen

 .....................married  - Oct 1711: Sennen


            3   Grace VINGOE:   c1689 - ?

....................+ Simon HEAD   c? - died 1720

 .......................married  1712  Sennen

                4  Eleanor HEAD:  bt 1714

                4  John HEAD:   bt 24 Jun 1716

               4   Simon HEAD: bt  1720        



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