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Tree of Henry Vingoe b.1770 & Grace Mann

Associated Surnames Index 

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L.  M.  N. O.  P. Q. R. S. T. U. V.  W . X. Y. Z. 

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A.  Adams  -  Agerton

B.  Badcock - Bagley - Bailey - BanksBarnes - Barton - Bell - Berryman, Stephen 1819 - 1850 - 1879 - Berryman, William     Henry C - Blewett, Thomas Batten 1845 - Blewett, Thomas Batten 1883 - Bramble  - Branson - Breach Brown  

C   cann - Carter -Cleversley  - Clift - Coulter -  coupland  1 - Cottam  - Chevillard - Cooper 1. 

D  Davies Jessie -  Davies, John Sampson - R. J. Davies [1] - R.J.Davies  [2]  -  Dawson  - Dennis  - Dine  -  Draper  -  Dorman

E   Easton  - Ellis  -  Elphick Elliot

F.  FLETCHER  

G  Gilbert  Gregg GribbleGould  - Garrett

H   Harvey, Robert Leah 1837 - Harvey, Phillis - Harvey, Abednego 1884  - Hitchens HODDER - Hughes, Mary 1939 [GEN 5]  

      Hughes, Mary 1939 [GEN 6] - Humphrys, William 1878 - Humphreys - Harris - Haylock - Haydon   

 J   James 1  - James, Mary Ellen - Jeffrey - JeffriesJefferson Jelbard  1 & 2  -  Jenkins - Jordan - Jones

      Jenkerson Johns

K   Kettless - KING

L    Lake

M   Mann  - Mark - Mathews  - McKenzie - MewseMcDonald -  Mott 

N    New - Napier - Nicholas 1 & 2 - Nichols 1 - Nicholls -  Nieland - Nelson - North

O    Oates  - Olsson

P    Payne  1.   2.  - Pearce  - Perry   -  Pickup  -  Pritchard  - Pope  - Pollard 1.  2.Pender

R    Rawlings - Richards  1.  2.  3.  4. - ReedRODDA - Roberts - Rowe -- Reynolds 1. & 2.

  - Rutherford 1. & 2.
 - Rawes

S    Sampson - Sandercock - Shore -  SimsSmith 1.  2.  3. - Spencer  - Strick -  Spall

T    Taskes  - Thomas  1 - TREGURTHA   1  2. 3.  - TrevelyanTreeve 1. - Thevenin - Thrower - Taylor

V   Vingoe  - Viner

W   Weeks - Wills 1. 2.  3.  - Willis 1. & 2.

  - Williams  - Wootton 1. - Ward - Wallis - WrightWylie

 

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Vingoe Christian names

 

A.  ARTHUR 1887  -  ANNIE 1871  - ALFRED 1892 ALYSON   -  ALFRED  1869  -  ANNIE  MARION 1894  -  

     ANGELA  -  ANDREA    - 

B.  BEATRICE LILLIAN 1895  -  BRIAN TRELOAR 1930 -  BARRY  T.  -   BERTHA MARGARET (Peggy)  1919

CCOLIN KEITH 1948CHRISTINE M CAROLINE  J -  (CISSIE) Martha  Louisa 1867    COLLEEN -

      CECIL GEORGE 1901 -  ( CISSIE ) Mary Louisa 1906

D.  DENNIS HUGH 1947  - DOREEN 1924  - DAVID P.  -  DENNIS   -  DOROTHY   

E.  EDWARD 1811  -  EMILY 1866  -  EDITH M  -  ELIZABETH 1869   EMMELINE 1881 -   ELSIE M. 1918  -    ELIZABETH ROBERTS 1872 

      EDITH 1872  -  ELIZABETH GILBERT 1848  -  

F.   FRANCIS 1800  - FRANCIS JAMES 1864  - FRANCIS JAMES 1888  - FRANCIS J. W. 1919 -  FRANCIS  - FRANCIS WARWICK (Frank)  1910 

G.  GRACE 1840  -  GEOFFREY SPENCER 1928  

H.  HENRY 1767 -  HENRY ELLIS 1802  -  HARRIET 1866 - HELENA 1867 -  HUGH 1887HUGH 1913  -  HELEN 1918 - HORACE 1882 

I.    IRENE 1920

J.   JANIE 1890 -JOHN 1798 - JOHN 1861 - JOHN ARTHURJOHN DAVIES 1915 - JOHN FRANCIS 189 - JANET  1944 - JAMES   SAMPSON 1917 

K.

L.   LORETTA 1907 - LAURIE DENIS 1950 - LAWRENCE 1890 -  Lawrence C - LAWRENCE  MARK LEONIE  -  LILLIAN 1885  - LISA      

M.  MARGARETTA 1824 - MARGARET ELLIS 1806  - MARY ANNIE 1883 -  MARY P  -  MICHAEL  MARGARET 1883 MABEL 1878   

       MARGARET GILBERT 1851 -  MARGARET 1856  -  MARY ANN ?   MARTHA LOUISA (Cissie) 1867  - MARY LOUISA (Cissie) 1906  - 

N.   NORMAN 1905  -  NADINE    -  NELLIE MAY 1898  -

O.

P.   PHILLIP A PHYLLIS 1906 - PETER - PHYLLIS KATEPAULA ANN  

Q.

R.  RHODA J. 1893 - RHODA  A. 1917RICHARD MANN 1804 - RICHARD ELPHICK 1845 -RICHARD HENRY 1879 - RICHARD 1885 

      RICHARD HENRY 1903 -RICHARD CECIL  1916 -ROBERT 1875ROBERT 1909ROBERT 1936 - ROMA VIOLET  1904 - RONALD 1917 

      RONALDROSEMARY -  RUBY WINIFRED 1899  

S.   SARAH JANE 1841SANDRA MAureen 1943 - SYBIL 1911 -  STANLEY 1915 - SARA 1874  -  SARAH ANN 1875   -   SARAH ANN 1859 

      SYDNEY L 1926STANLEY GSYDNEY GORDON 1898 [marr.1]- 1898 [marr.2] - SYDNEY ALFRED 1930 - SYDNEY MARTIN

T.  THOMAS ELLIS 1816  [marr.1]   marr.2] - THOMAS ELLIS 1842 - THOMAS ELLIS 1873 - THOMAS ELLIS 1902 - THOMAS ELLIS 1914 

     TRACEY JANE 

U.

V.  VIOLET  [see ROMA VIOLET] 1904

W.  WILLIAM HENRY  1839WILLIAM HENRY 1846 - WILLIAM HENRY 1880 - WALTER EVERETT  1899   WILLIAM CHARLES 

 

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Generation Colour Code

  ........1             2             3   .........4  ........5   ........6   .........7.   ..........8   .........9   ........10   .........11  

 .........12   .........13  2nd Marriage

 

1.   Henry VINGOE    born ? circa 1770 -  died 10 Feb,1843 - buried 12 Feb 1843 Paul Churchyard

.........+ Grace MANN  bt 12 Oct 1771, Paul -bur  08 Aug 1832  Cholera Cemetery  Paul.

........................[d/o Richard MANN  & Dorothy TREGURTHA]

................... marr: 11 Nov 1797 Paul

Fact 1 Parents of Henry unconfirmed by any baptism record. They were most likely John VINGOE & Margaret ELLIS,  married in 1769  St Just. John Vingoe was bt Jun1742 Sennen and bur at Sennen Aug 1794. Margaret ELLIS was bt 1752 at St Buryan, and bur as a widow  Dec 1794  Sancreed. It almost certain that she was the widow of John VINGOE bur Sennen 1794 and had returned to her home parish of Sancreed when left a widow. 

Fact 2   Henry Vingoe & Grace Mann   marriage : Paul Parish Record 

Paul Church

Fact 3   1841 Census :  Henry Vingoe 70,  living with Henry Ellis Vingoe, Occupation: both fishermen

Fact 4   Henry Vingoe Reg. March 1/4 1843 PZ RO Ref 9/177 Died  10 Feb 1843 at  Newlyn, Age 70.

Fact 5  Henry Vingoe burial : Paul Parish Record Henry Vingoe, Age 73

Fact 6 According to the death notice in "The Cornwall Royal Gazette" Feb 17 1843 ,"died from starvation"  

Fact 7   Grace Mann baptism  & marriage:  Paul Parish Record  

Fact 8   Grace Vingoe burial :  Paul Parish Record  

Fact 9   Grace Vingoe died of cholera and was buried in a mass grave in the meadow acquired for the purpose of burying all victims of the epidemic. The headstones, now arranged around the perimeter wall of the cholera graveyard, do not relate to those buried within. These headstones were removed from the graveyard behind the Parish Schoolroom on the green opposite the church when that suffered a major clearance in the 1950's. The bodies were not exhumed.

             John VINGOE:  bt. 07 Oct 1798 Paul - died 06 Nov 1841 Exbury, Hampshire. 

..........................Occupation Coastguard Boatman  1822 - 1841 Died in Service  at Lepe New Forest Hants   (smugglers / coastguard  website)

.....................+  Grace Hitchens: bt        (photo)  - died  14 Aug 1837  HytheKENT 

..........................marr: 20-Apr 1822 Grade
                            John VINGOE     otp Signed     Occ Boatman
                            Grace HITCHINS otp Marked
                            Witnesses: William Carter & Henry Bray
      

 

Fact  1 Details in marriage entry

            marr: 20-Apr 1822 Grade
            John     VINGOE  otp   signed  Occ Boatman
           Grace HITCHINS otp   marked
            Witnesses: William Carter & Henry Bray                      

Fact  2 John Vingoe b 1798- d 1841 was resident at a 'house' [coastguard accommodation?] at Lepe in the New Forest,   Hampshire at the time of his death He was buried  09 Nov 1841.

 

Coastguard Cottages Lepe. (c) Robin Somes 2007

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             3   Margaretta VINGOE  bt 24 Aug 1824  Ruan Minor CON. (photo)  Birthplace MULLION

............................died March 1/4  1889 : Penzance Reg.

...........................+ Stephen BERRYMAN:  [bt 18 Aug 1819 - June 1/4 1856 ?]

............................marr.  20 April 1844 Paul    Occupation Fisherman

                4   Mary    BERRYMAN:  b Sep 1/4 1844 - bt  29 Oct 1844 Paul 

                4   Stephen BERRYMAN: b Sep 1/4 1845 - bt  08 Oct 1845 Paul - died  Dec 1/4 1845

                  Grace Harvey BERRYMAN:  bt 11 Mar 1849 Paul- bur Paul,

..................... + James PAYNE   

........................marr  June 1/4 1878 ?

........................James PAYNE   

........................... +  Evelyn Cox  b 1889 St. Ives
..........................Carolyn PAYNE  c1885
.............................+ Thomas Charles SIMONS 1884 Newlyn
...........................Grace PAYNE    

                4   Stephen BERRYMAN:  b March 1/4 1850 - bt 25 Oct 1853.Paul :   Photooccupation fisherman 

.........................+ Phillis Ann COULLS:   b 1858 Porthleven 

 .............................marr.  Jun 1/4 :1878 GRO Ref  Helston 5c 280    

                5     Stephen BERRYMAN  b Mar 1/4 1879 Porthleven  photo

............................+ ?

............................m Mar 1/4  : 1911 Helston

                5    William H .C BERRYMAN  b Oct 1880 Porthleven :  photo

............................. +  ?

.............................m Jun 1/4 1904 Penzance

                5    Louie Berriman  b 1882 Porthleven:

                5     Peter Berriman  b 1884   

                5    Lily Berriman     b 1889 

                5    John A Berriman  b 1891

 

Fact 5 Bapt. of  Margaretta Vingoe : Ruan Minor  Parish Record  Photo

Fact 6:  Death of Margaretta Berryman [nee Vingoe] :  Registered Penzance March 1/4 1889 : Ref  5c 175 

Fact 7:  John Vingoe  cause of death from "a disease of the heart & lungs"   Death Certificate : ref  Sylvie Vingoe

Fact 8:  Grace Vingoe- cause of death " of consumption"  Death Certificate  : ref  Sylvie Vingoe

Fact 9:  Parents of Stephen Berryman who married Margaretta Vingoe were, Stephen Berryman  bt 4 May 1794  Paul  &  Sarah Richards  bt 7 Dec 1794 Paul who married  8 June 1817 Paul.  Sarah was a daughter of Richard Richards and  Sarah MARK  who married 13 Oct 1777 Paul.  All the children  of Stephen and Sarah, xcept Stephen[ 1819] were given the middle name of Richards. Stephen [1819] had a sister named Mary Mark Berryman b1825 but  does not appear to have named his daughter Mary with Mark as a middle name. Sarah Berryman was know as "Queen of the Fisherwomen" and was at the dinner in Penzance Market Hall  in to commemorate Queen Victoria's Coronation in 1840.

Fact 10  Marriage of Stephen and Margaret  gives  Stephen as, 'full age, Labourer of Paul -Father: Stephen Berryman, Labourer.  Margaret as ' full age, Servant of Paul -Father: John Vingoe, Dead ' Witnesses were  Howell Richards & Charles Madan'

Fact  12    Stephen and Margaret's children's baptisms : Paul Parish Records.

Fact 13    Mary Berryman : birth registered  Sep 1/4  1844.  Ref. PZ 1X 179

Fact 14    Stephen Berryman : birth registered Sep 1/4 1845 Ref. Pz  IX 212 - death registered  Dec 1/4  1845  Ref. PZ IX 119

Fact 15   Grace Harvey Berryman : Only registration found was for a Grace Dunn Berryman : Mar 1/4 1846 which does not accord with her age of 22 on the 1871 Census where as her baptismal date of  1849 does  

Fact 16  Grace H Berryman : Marriage  June 1/4  1878 PZ Ref. 5c 400

Fact 17   Stephen Berryman : birth registered  Mar 1/4  1850   Ref. PZ  IX 234 bt 1853 does fit  approx age of 20  on the 1871

Fact 18  Stephen Berryman b 1850 : marriage Jun 1/4 1878

Fact 19   1861 census:  Margaret Berryman  widow : Living  St. Peter's Hill  near entrance to Primrose Court.

Primrose Court, Newlyn

Fact 20   Stephen Berriman [sic] Death June 1/4 1856   Ref. PZ 5c 197. not confirmed  by sight of death certificate.

Fact 21   1871 Census:  Margaret BERRYMAN, widow with all 3  children unmarried living at District 5 sch. 007 [Newlyn]    Margaret's occupation : seamstress : Mary: 27  Domestic duties : Grace: 22  Net Mending :  Stephen: 20  Fisherman

Fact 22  1881 Census :  Margaret BERRYMAN. on her own living  Boase St., Newlyn : Dressmaker

Fact 23  1881 Census :  Stephen BERRYMAN. married with  two children . Fisherman. Family living  Sithney Parish census area :  mother & 2  children give place of birth as Porthleven

Fact 24  1891 Census Stephen Berriman [sic]  Age 41 Living in Porthleven with Phyllis age 33 and the following children:  Stephen Berriman 13 :William H C Berriman 10 : Louie Berriman : 9 : Peter Berriman 7 : Lily Berriman 2 :John A Berriman : 1m

Porthleven

Fact 25   Stephen Berryman b 1850 :  marriage registered   Jun 1/4 1878 Helston :  Ref 5c  280  

Helston Church

Fact 26  Stephen Berryman :  birth registered  Mar 1/4  1879  Helston : Ref 5c 195 

Fact 27 Stephen Berryman :  b 1879 : marriage registered  Mar 1/4 1911  Helston: Ref  5c 253

Fact 28  William Henry C Berryman : birth registered Dec 1/4 1880 Helston   Ref  5c 170   

Fact 29 1901 William Henry b 1880  living in Pontypridd Wales

Fact 30  1901 Census :  Stephen Berryman b. 1850 living in Sithney also sons John 10  Scholar Peter 17 -  Fish packer:

Fact 31   Marriage of  William H C Berryman  b. 1880 :  marriage registered Jun  1/4 1904 Penzance :  Ref.5c 371

          2 Francis VINGOE  bapt. 28 September 1800  Paul, . 19 June 1868 Newlyn, buried 21 Jun 1868  Paul  Photo

................+ [1] Honor RICHARDS    bapt :  18th Dec 1796  Paul : died  : 12 March : buried  14 March 1854  :Registered Mar 1/4 1854

................................[ Parents Thomas RICHARDS   & Ann .POLLARD]

 .................. m :   22 Jan 1822 Paul

               3   Benjamin RICHARDS  [Vingoe] sic  :  bapt. 26 Dec 1824 

               3  Nancy James RICHARDS [Vingoe] sic : bapt.  2 Nov 1828

               3  John RICHARDS  [Vingoe] sic : bapt.  16 Jan1831

          2  Francis VINGOE  b 28th Sept 1800 

2nd Marriage Lucretia  NICHOLAS  27 May 1855 Paul.  Photo

.......................   b Mousehole- bt 14 Nov 1813  Paul.  

.......................................[parents Robert NICHOLAS  & Lucretia  RODDA  m 21 Jul 1802 Sennen] 

.........................died  Jun 1/4 1889. Newlyn.  b. 23 Apr1889  Paul.

.................................................No Issue                                                                                                                                                      

Fact 1:  Baptisms of Francis Vingoe and Honor Richards  : Paul Parish Records

Fact 2:  Marriage of Francis Vingoe and Honor Richards  : Paul Parish Records 22 Jan by  banns.  Honor Richards made her mark. Witnesses were  Richard Cotton & William Mann.

Fact 3: Francis' occupations: 1829-1831 Navy: 1831-1835 Coastguard: Master of Fishing boat 'Gem'. Naval & Coastguard records per Sylvie Vingoe.

Fact 4:  Three children  Ben, Nancy and John  [listed as Vingoe] were born to  Honor's brother, Benjamin Richards and his wife  Mary Smith TASKES who  married 1 Jan 1824  at Paul.  Sadly both parents died in the cholera epidemic and are  buried in the cholera meadow at Paul ; Mary Richards  3 Sep 1832  & ten days later her husband, Ben Richards, buried  13 Sep 1832. Francis & Honor  Vingoe appear to have brought up their 3 children who survived and on  the 1841 census they are recorded as Vingoe. 

Fact 5:  Baptisms/marriage/burials of Richards family  :  Paul Parish Records.

Fact 6:  Dates of deaths of Francis  Vingoe and Honor Vingoe:  per Sylvie Vingoe

Fact 7:  Burial of  Honor Vingoe: 14 Mar 1854 'of Newlyn aged 57' Paul Parish Records

Fact 8:  Burial of  Francis Vingoe: 21 Jun 1868 'of Newlyn age 68' Paul Parish Records

Fact 9:  Death of  Honor  Vingoe  Registered  : Penzance. Mar 1/4 1854 :  Ref  5c  241.

Fact 10:  1841 Census. Francis and  Honor Vingoe living at Fore St., Newlyn +  3 children with surname Vingoe, which should read Richards. Also with them is another  child, George Angwin age 10.

Fore Street, Newlyn

Fact 11:  1851 Census. Francis Vingoe, age 50  was on his boat "Jem"[GEM] listed as Master & net owner.         Crew were Nichs. Mann M. 67; Wm Kelynack M. 50: Wm H Tregurtha M. 38: John Nicholas U. 25:  Thos. C. Roberts U. 17: 

 Fact 12: 1851 Census. Living with Honor Vingoe, age 52 at Trewarvanneth (Trewarveneth ) Street was her nephew, George Angwin un. age 20, who was one of the 4 children listed as living with them on the 1841.

 Fact 13:  Francis'  marriage to  his second wife, Lucretia Nicholas, 27  May 1855 states he was  of  ' full age, widower of Paul parish, fisherman : father Henry Vingoe, Fisherman'. Lucretia was ' off full age' and made her mark. Her father was listed as 'Robert Nicholas, Fisherman.' Witnesses were William Harry & James Richards.

Fact 14: 1861 Census.  Benjamin Richards, age 36, Fisherman: lodger with Francis Vingoe  & his  second wife, Lucretia at  North Corner  Ben was originally listed  with his  brother & sister as a Vingoe on the 1841. He was a son of Honor's  brother, Ben and his wife, Mary, who died in the cholera epidemic of 1832.

North Corner, Newlyn

Fact 15:  1871 Census.  Lucretia Vingoe, 57 Fisherman's widow & visitor Grace Tregurtha 14 [a relative of  Francis] living District 4 [ Trewarveneth Street, St. Peter's Hill,  Church St. & Boase St. area of Newlyn].

Fact 16:  1871 & 1881Census  Ben Richard is age 46/ 56, a fisherman, S : lodging at  Trewarveneth St. with James  & Ann Maddren.   

Fact 17:  1881 Census. Lucretia Vingoe,  age 67: Fish Dealer, living at North Corner, Newlyn..

Fact 18:   Lucretia Vingoe : Death Registered  Jun 1/4 1889 : Penzance  : Ref  5c 180. 

Fact 19:  Lucretia Vingoe : Burial  23 Apr 1889  ' Lucretia Vingoe of Newlyn age  75'. Paul Parish Records

           2   Henry Ellis VINGOE:  b 22 Aug 1802 Paul - d 26 Jun 1875 age 73 after falling down steps at Albert Wharves,  Penzance photo    

 ....................        Bur 29 Jun 1875 Paul  occ: Fisherman

....................   +  Sarah TREVELYAN:  bt 15 Oct 1815 Paul - bur 1883 age 68  Death GRO Ref d  Dec 1/4  1883 age 68

..................................[d/o William TREVELYAN  & Dorothy TREGURTHA]

....................        marr:  24 Oct 1841 ..at   Paul Parish Church

  

Fact  1 Henry Ellis Vingoe bapt Paul Parish Record .

Fact 2  Henry Ellis Vingoe  & Sarah Trevelyan married  1/4 Dec 1841 PZ RO  Ref  9/257 & Paul parish record

Fact 3  Henry Vingoe death age 73,  Jun 1/4  1875  PZ RO  Ref 5c/226 * Report in newspaper

Fact 4  Sarah Trevelyan bt. Paul Parish Record

Fact 5  Sarah Vingoe death recorded as  'Sally' age 68,  Dec 1/4 1883 PZ RO  Ref 5c/179.

Fact 6  1841 Census Henry E. Vingoe at Fore St, Newlyn . Unmarried living with father  Henry

Fact 7  1851 Census Henry & Sarah Vingoe living at Fore St. Newlyn Town  

Fact 8  1871 Census Henry & Sarah  living at different addresses on  Boase St Newlyn Dist. 4 Sch.66/7

Boase Street, Newlyn

Fact 9  1881 Census  Sarah Vingoe widow living at  St. Peters Court Newlyn  

Fact 10  No Issue  from the marriage of Henry Ellis Vingoe & Sarah Trevelyan

WEST BRITON & CORNWALL ADVERTISER -  THURSDAY JUNE 24th 1875

"On Monday afternoon an old man named Henry Vingoe ,a fisherman residing at Newlyn, accidentally fell over a steep fight of steps at the Albert Wharves and received such injuries that no hopes are entertained of his recovery." 

Photo shows the Albert Warf or Pier at the top with the steps in question half way along.

 WEST BRITON & CORNWALL ADVERTISER - THURSDAY  EVE  JULY 1st 1875

FATAL ACCIDENT

"An inquiry was held at Newlyn on Monday by Mr. Grenfell, county coroner, concerning the death of Henry Vingoe ,the fisherman who was killed by falling over some steps at the Albert Wharves, Penzance. A verdict of accidental death was returned." 

 

           2  Richard Mann VINGOE  bt 28 Oct 1804.  Paul - died 24  Oct 1880 Clifton Terrace, Newlyn. bur  27 Oct 1880 Paul  occ: Fisherman

................     + Ann STRICK:  bt 12 Oct 1800  St Buryan   d/o William STRICK  & Catherine RAWLINGS.

........................marr:  01 Nov 1830 Paul   

...................................NO ISSUE

 

Street an Nowan, Newlyn. by Stanhope Forbes

 

Fact 1  1841  Richard & Ann Vingoe living  Street-an- Nowan, Newlyn

Fact 2 1871 Richard M Vingoe  Occupation  Fisherman

Fact 3  1881 Ann Vingoe  Fisherman's widow : 5 Clifton Terrace Newlyn.

 

     5 Clifton Terrace Newlyn.

 

 

 

         2    Margaret Ellis VINGOE baptised 25 May, 1806 at Paul. buried 4 August  1810 at Paul. Age 4

 

           Edward VINGOE baptised 11 August, 1811  Paul- died  2 Jan 1877 from Polio: buried  7 Jan 1877 Paul

............  Mary ELPHICK  b 3 Jun 1811 West Firle, SUSSEX  parents Richard & Sarah ELPHICK.

..............married   1838 Lewes SUSSEX :  died 11 May 1889 : buried at Paul

Fact 1   Polio cause of Edward Vingoe's death : per Sylvie Vingoe 

Fact 2   1871 Census. Edward Vingoe's wife, Mary Vingoe, listed as a dressmaker.

                3   William Henry VINGOE  : born 10 Jun 1839 - Died on 13 Jun 1839 

Fact 1 Edward's Occupation:  1833--1841 Coastguard. Afterwards  a  Fisherman. 

Fact  2  William Henry infant died  from debility  at Coastguard Station, Cumberland Fort,  Southsea. HANTS.  Facts 1 & 2 per Sylvie Vingoe

                3    Sarah Jane VINGOE  : bapt October 3, 1841 Paul.

......................+   William Henry BADCOCK  bapt: 7 March 1841 Paul

...............................[Parents John BADCOCK & Rachael  REYNOLDS m 18 Sep 1830 Paul]

.......................marr:   28 Feb 1864. Paul 

Fact 1 Marriage:  William Henry Badcock 23 Mariner of Newlyn  -Father: John Badcock, Mariner.         Sarah Jane Vingoe 23 of Newlyn  - Father: Edward Vingoe, Fisherman.   Witnesses: Edward Vingoe, James Hosking.   Paul Parish Record

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                    4   Edward John BADCOCK b 28 Jan1866 Paul. 

 ..........................+  Jane THOMAS of  St. Ives 1891

                         5  William Henry BADCOCK b 1892

.................................+ Dulcie SANDERCOCK at Cawsand

                        5      Edward John BADCOCK  b1893

..................................+ Edna DYER-SMITH

                                  6   Ian BADCOCK

.....................................+   married ? 

                                     7   Christopher BADCOCK

                                     7   Jemima BADCOCK

                                     7   Jeremy BADCOCK: all born Cawsand.

                          5  Margaret BADCOCK  b 1895 

.................................+ Thomas Jennings BERRIMAN  m 5 July  1919

                               6   Margaret Daphne BERRIMAN

                               6   Monica Joyce BERRIMAN

...................................+  Keith Kitchener BRANSON  m JohannesburgSOUTH AFRICA

                               6  Edward Henry Terence BERRIMAN .

                               6  Ian BERRIMAN

                        5  Ethel May BADCOCK  1898

.................................+ Phillip JEFFREY

                                6   Phyllis Margaret JEFFREY

                               6  Jean Elizabeth JEFFREY 

                          5  Sarah Elizabeth BADCOCK b. March 1901

                   4  Louisa BADCOCK:   b1867 Newlyn - 1933

                   4 William Henry BADCOCK:   b1870 Newlyn

                   4  Frederick BADCOCK:     b1875 Newlyn

 

Fact 1  Baptism of Edward John  Badcock  :  Paul Parish Record   

Fact2  1871 Census: William Henry Badcock, Fish Buyer, living at North Corner ,Trewarveneth St., Newlyn

+ wife Sarah Jane Badcock & children Edward  J Badcock, Louisa Badcock & William Henry Badcock : 

Trewarveneth Street, Newlyn

Fact 3  1881 Census: William H & Sarah J  now have fourth child, Frederick. Son, Edward, is a messenger boy. 

Fact 4  1901 Census:   Edward John Badcock believed visiting Sculcoates  in Hull Yorkshire on business as the rest of the family are in St Ives :

Fact 5 At the time his will was drawn up (19th November 1938), Edward John Badcock (son of Sarah Jane Vingoe) was living at 6 Godrevy Terrace, St Ives and was a retired fish buyer.  He gave his son Edward his holding of 100 shares in R.R. Bath and Newlyn Ice Company Limited and he gave his friend John Martin his holding of 50 shares in the Newlyn Gaiety Theatre Company Limited.  His daughter Ethel May Jeffrey was living with him at the time.  His children Ethel, Edward, William Henry and Margaret (Berriman) were to each receive 20 pounds and his grandchildren Phyllis Jeffrey, Jean Jeffrey, Joyce Berriman, Terence Berriman and Ian Berriman were to each receive 10 pounds.  He does not mention his youngest, Sarah Elizabeth Badcock, nor his grandchild Margaret Daphne Berriman, so I don't know what happened to them.  I presume his wife had died.

View of St Ives from the top floor of Seabirds House.

The view from Seabird House, Godrevy Terrace today.

 Additional information on the Badcock descendants per  Maureen Branson   & Sylvie Vingoe

  

              3   Richard Elphick VINGOE :  b 21 Nov 1845 -  died 11 Dec 1906

....................+ Jane  Mary WILLIS :   bt 18 Sep 1854 Paul - d 1915

...............................[parents Arthur WILLIS  & Jane Tonkin HODDER:  marr: 27 Jan 1851 Paul]

........................marr:  08 Apr 1883 Paul : 

Fact 1: Marriage: Richard Elphick Vingoe age 29, Fisherman of Newlyn, father Edward Vingoe, Fisherman. Jane Mary Willis age 29, father Arthur fisherman. Witnesses Richard Pollard and John W Harvey  Paul Parish Records

 

               4  Mary Annie  VINGOE: b 31 July bt 04 Sep 1883  Newlyn St Peter  of  North Corner- d 03 Oct  1960 Sydney, AU

....................... + Abednego HARVEY:  b 31 Jul 1884 Street Nowan, Newlyn - d 08 Dec 1957, AUS

..................................[Parents Abednego Harvey 26 Aug 1860- 1919 & Jane Carter 1862- 1930]

 ..................................marr: 21 Oct 1909 

                       5   Sylvia May  HARVEY:   b. 1910 Newlyn - d. 1911 bur Paul Cemetery.

                       5   Harold HARVEY:   b. 01 Nov 1911 Newlyn - d. 06 May 1992

............................  +  Brenda Mary Johns:  b. 09 Oct 1914 Sydney- d. 21 May 1985 

...............................marr.  18 June 1938.  Punchbowl, Sydney, 

                           6   male HARVEY

                           6   male HARVEY

                           6   male HARVEY

                           6   male HARVEY

 

                      5.    Mary Annie  HARVEY:  b. 26 Nov Newlyn 1912. -d. 11 Aug 1997

                      5.    Abednego   HARVEY: [aka Ben[ b 05 Nov 1913 Newlyn - d 30 Jun 1998

                      5.    Betty          HARVEY:  b. 24 Sep 1917 Sydney, AUS -  d 30 Oct 1972 Sydney AUS

                      5.    Peggy         HARVEY:  b. 08 Jun. 1919, Sydney, AUS

                      5.    Arthur Thomas  HARVEY: [aka Archie] b. 28 Nov 1922 Sydney AUS -

                      5.    Richard      HARVEY:  b. 01 Jul 1924 Sydney, AUS - ?

 

Fact  1.   Abednego Harvey emigrated to Australia on the  "Osterley" 03 July 1913   See Link.

Fact  2.   Mary Annie  Harvey sailed on the "Commonwealth" with her three children to join her husband  Photo

Fact  3    Mary Annie and three children  arrived in Australia on the  30 Oct 1915.

Fact  4    Abednego's ashes were spread at a previous home "Kingsgrove" 

Fact  5    Mary Annie's ashes were spread in the grounds of the Uniting Church, Greenacre.

Above  information was kindly provided by Barry Harvey, a descendent of Mary Annie & Abednego Harvey

Barry has also provided much more information which can be found here : contact  Barry Harvey 

 

            4  Richard VINGOE: b 08 Jan 1885 North Corner Newlyn -bt 17 Mar 1886 St Peter's Newlyn - d 08 Jan 1973 St Petersburg, Florida USA.

...........................+ Edith ? b 1889 - d Feb 1981  Duchess, New York State. USA

                     5   Emily VINGOE:  b 08 Oct 1902 NY  - d June 1966 Poughkeepsie, Duchess, New York State

 

1881
Piece: RG11/2344 Place: Penzance -Cornwall Enumeration District: 6
Civil Parish: Paul Ecclesiastical Parish: St. Peter Newlyn
Folio: 118 Page: 21 Schedule: 111
Address: Hope
VINGOE Wm. Hy. Head M M 36 Fisherman Paul
VINGOE Sarah Ann Wife M F 30 Fisherman Wife Paul nee
ROBERTSm 1879
VINGOE Elizabeth R. Dau - F 9 Scholar Paul
VINGOE Edith Dau - F 8 Scholar Paul
VINGOE Mable Dau - F 3 Scholar Paul
VINGOE William Hy. Son - M 1 - Paul  b 1880
 

Thursday 25 January 1883   Cornishman

Street-an-Nowan, Paul, of Rheumatic Fever, Mr. William Henry Vingoe, fisherman, aged 37. .[1846]

 

 

 

Fact 1  Jane Mary Willis was a  gggrand dau of William Willis 1731 & Margaret Vingoe1732 who marr: 1753 Paul

 Margaret Vingoe was a dau of John Vingoe & Mary Reed  marr:  1729 Sennen.

Fact 2   1871  Richard E. Vingoe, Fisherman living with parents at   North Corner, Newlyn

Fact 3   1881 Census Richard E. with parents & Jane M Willis and parents all  living North Corner, Newlyn

Fact 4   1891 Richard E & Jane M with 4 children Mary, Jane Richard & Arthur living at Fore St. Newlyn.

Fact 5   1901 Census  Family living at  South Fore St , Newlyn:  Richard age 52 Fisherman, Jane, age 46, dau Mary a charwoman at home, & sons Richard age 16  Fisherman & Arthur age 14

            4   Arthur VINGOE:  b 02 Aug 1886 : bt 28 Sep 1886  St Peter's Newlyn of North Corner- d 1917  WW1

.......................+ Jessie DAVIES  * [d/o John Sampson Davies b1867 & Annie Vingoe b 1872]

.........................marr:  25 December 1914 

 

 

In Memory of Deck Hand A VINGOE

11237/DA, H.M. Drifter "Reliance III.", Royal Naval Reserve
who died age 30
on 01 October 1917
Husband of Jessie Vingoe, of Penwith House, Newlyn West, Cornwall.
Remembered with honour
TROUVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY

Arthur Vingoe  1916.jpg (22322 bytes)  Trouville Cem  Calvados War Grave Arthur Vingoe.jpg (58406 bytes)

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Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

Arthur  Vingoe is commemorated on 1914-18  War Memorial, Newlyn and at War Grave Commission memorial ,Newlyn.

 He is buried at Calvados in Normandy. Trouville-sur-Mer is a coastal town at the mouth of the River Touques, 12 kilometres north-west of Pont l'Eveque. The cemetery is in the south of the town in the Rue de Manoire. The cemetery contains two Commonwealth burials of the First World War and two from the Second World War, located in the French Military Plot which lies between the two entrances.

 

 

Jessie Davies:  b 1895 [ d/o Annie Vingoe & John Sampson Davis]

 

 

 

 

 

After the death of husband Arthur Vingoe she remarried to  James Masefield and had 3 more children.

Fact 2   Arthur Vingoe & Jessie Davies were 2nd cousins, once removed

             

                    5  John Davies VINGOE  b14 July 1915 - died 1983

.............................. +  Ms HUGHES   m Wolverhampton 1939

.                         6  Mary P VINGOE   b Wolverhampton

................................. +  Mr. NEW. m   1963

                             7  Male NEW

                                   8   Male NEW

                                   8   Male NEW

                                   8   Male NEW

                             7  Male NEW

                             7 Male NEW

                                  8 Female NEW

                                  8 Female NEW

                             7 Female NEW

                                   8   Male NEW

                                   8  Male NEW

 

                         6  Phillip A VINGOE  b Wolverhampton

..........................................+  Ms WOOTTON  m  1968

                             7   Female VINGOE 

                             7   Male VINGOE

 

             4    Janie VINGOE: b 05 Sep1889: bt 14 Apr 1890 - d 30 Aug 1891 Newlyn.  Buried 01 Sep 1891 Paul

 

Fact 1. Janie Vingoe died of pneumonia following measles. Death certificate names her as "Annie."

 

 

 

       2    Thomas Ellis VINGOE . bapt  July 7 1816  Paul  - Died by drowning  23 Sept 1879. Occ:  fisherman. 

  

Drowned off Whitby, YORKSHIRE. 23 September 1879  Newspaper report of Coroner's Inquest

          
..............+[1]  Margaret Pollard GILBERT:  b 1821 Paul - d  08 Sep 1851  -bur 12  Sep 1851 Paul.

............................[parents Thomas JELBARD/GILBERT &  Eliz POLLARD  marr: 20 Jul  1817 Paul]

.........................................[Eliz POLLARD b 1796 [parents Will. POLLARD & Mary RICHARDS Raginnis, Mousehole]

.............................. marr: 13 Oct 1839 Paul.

 

Fact 1  Thomas E Vingoe bapt Paul Parish Record

Fact 2   Margaret Pollard Gilbert bapt & burial :  Paul Parish Record

Fact 3   Marriage of Thomas E. Vingoe  & Margaret P. Gilbert  per Sylvie Vingoe

Fact 4  Thomas E Vingoe [ I ] married twice in Paul Parish church

Fact 5  Thomas E Vingoe I:  First wife  Margaret Pollard Gilbert  had  5 children.  She died  of  'post natal  diarrhoea  & erysipelas of three weeks duration' per Death Cert.  She died 8 Sep 1851, 12 days before her infant daughter Margaret &  was buried 12 Sept 1851, age 34 according to Paul Parish burial records. Their fifth child, bt Margaret Gilbert Vingoe, was born sometime in late August 1851. She died a month  after  her birth and was buried on 21 Sep as 'an infant'  according to Paul Parish Records.

Fact 6   Thomas E Vingoe I:  Second wife was Mary Ann Wills, a widow with 2 children by her first husband, Samuel Payne. The children were:  Samuel  Payne b 1850 & Mary Payne b 1852. Thomas E. & Mary Ann Vingoe  went on to have 6 children together. I have inserted the two Payne children in descendant order as  Thomas Ellis Vingoe brought them up within  his first & second families. The 2nd family line descendants follow on in order . I have made a note** where this 2nd Family starts.

If reader wishes go straight to the 2nd family  line 

Fact 7    1841 Census T E & Margaret Vingoe +  Grace 11 months, living  Back Street off Regent Court.         

Occupation :  Fisherman. Next door is  Margaret Gilbert : net mender [ mother-in-law]

Fact 8    1851 Census. T. E  & Margaret + 4 children + Grace + Thomas E + William Henry + Elizabeth Gilbert. also living with them is Elizabeth Gilbert, age 61, m other-in-law : widow: fish seller.

Fact 9   1871 Census.  Thomas E & Mary Ann  with  6 children : Margaret + Sarah Ann + John + Francis + James + Martha Louise & Alfred. Also living with them are:  Sam Payne 21 fisherman + Mary Payne 19 dressmaker + James Wills 75 shipwright, father-in-law. They are living at Dist. 3 Shed. 156. Three children [by  his first wife Margaret ] have married and left home. The fourth, Elizabeth Gilbert Vingoe is living with her married sister,  Grace Harvey in Dist. 4 Shed. 168

Fact 9  Report on Coroners inquest in Whitby Gazette,  18 October 1879.    

Fact 10 . The grave was marked by a headstone which recently had to be replaced following storm damage 

 

          3  Grace VINGOE:  bt 16 Aug 1840 Paul - died 1876/81

..................+  Robert Leah HARVEY . b 1837 Paul  - drowned  25 Nov 1886 -buried  28 Nov 1886

......................marr:  17 April 1859  Paul

                  4  Robert Henry  HARVEY:  b 1860   Newlyn, Paul - died 1866

                  4  William  C        HARVEY:  b 1861  Newlyn, Paul.

                  4  Margaret         HARVEY:   b 1863  Newlyn, Paul

                  4  Robert  Henry HARVEY:   b 1867  Newlyn, Paul

                  4  Andrew             HARVEY:   b 1868  Newlyn, Paul

                  4   Grace              HARVEY:   b 1874  Newlyn Paul

                  4   Charles            HARVEY:   b 03 Jun 1878 - d 1963 OHIO

                  4   Thomas E         HARVEY:   b 1875  Newlyn  Paul

                  4   Joseph              HARVEY:   b 1876  Newlyn  Paul

 

Fact 1:   1871 Census : Occupation  Fisherman.  Robert L  &  Grace Harvey with 4 children + sister Elizabeth Gilbert Vingoe [later to marry Thomas Batten Blewett]

Fact 2: Grace Harvey of Newlyn:  buried 02 Jan 1880 age 39:  Paul Parish  Burial Record

Fact 3   1881 Census:  Robert L Harvey, widower. Fisherman, living at  9 Pascoe's Court, Nr Green St Newlyn, [Madron Parish].  Sons, William and Robert also fishermen.  Ref F H Library film no. 1341564   RG 11 Piece/Folio  2347/51  p 33 

Fact 4:  Buried by Coroners Request . He was going to work in the dark; fell off the quay into water and was drowned.  Paul Parish  Burial Record

Fact 5:  1891 Census : Grace Harvey age 16,  Pupil Teacher in orphanage at Madron [Workhouse ?] Her cousins Margaret V G Blewett, age 11 and  Martha A Blewett, age 5 were also resident as  orphan scholars     

              3   Thomas Ellis VINGOE  II : bt 16 Sep 1842  Paul - bur  03 Dec 1901 Paul Municipal  Cemetery, age 59  Cause of death : A tumour 

.......................+ Harriet WEEKS:  27 Aug 1843  Paul

.................................[d/o Hugh WEEKS: b 1815-d 08 Aug 1868 age 54 & 2nd wife Martha BARR 1817-bur 27-Mar 1891 Paul age 74 of Newlyn
..........................................m 05 Jun 1843 Paul]

........................marr:  07 May 1865 Paul - d 30 Mar 1927  age 83 : buried  Paul Municipal Cemetery

 

Fact 1    Thomas E Vingoe bapt : Paul Parish Record 

Fact 2     Thomas E Vingoe  occ Fisherman but was employed in later years by Cornwall County Council,  as a  teacher of net-making, rope-splicing and other nautical skills at the Institute in Newlyn. Obituary  ' Cornishman'  Penzance 3 Dec + 7 Dec 1901

Fact 3     Thomas E Vingoe b1842  death MI   Sheffield Road Cemetery, Paul

Fact 4     Harriet Weeks bapt :  Paul Parish Record

Fact 5     Harriet Vingoe death  MI Sheffield Road Cemetery Paul

Fact 6    1881  Martha WEEKS, widow age  64 : b Newlyn with son Henry age 22 single : mason : living at North Corner

              4   Harriet VINGOE: b Newlyn  bt: 28 Jan 1866. Paul - d  02 Dec 1953 

                      Unmarried lived with widowed sister Emmeline at Prospect Place, Newlyn 

......................Buried  with parents.    Paul Municipal Cemetery.   

 

Fact 1    1871/81 Census :  unmarried

Fact 2    1891 Census  : domestic duties : unmarried.

Fact 3    1901Census : with parents :  unmarried age 31

Fact 4    MI  Sheffield Road Cemetery, Paul.

 

                  4   Helena VINGOE  b: 1867 m  1898 

........................... +  Frederick REYNOLDS  b 1866 Newlyn  [Parents John & Ellen Reynolds] 

Fact 1     1871/81 Census

Fact 2     1891 Census :dressmaker : unmarried 

Fact 3     Marriage  of  Helena Vingoe  :  Reg. PZ  Sep  1/4  1898  :  Ref. 5c/389

 

                 4   Elizabeth VINGOE  b: 1869  d:  30 March 1937  Prospect Place Newlyn.

............................. Buried with parents.   Paul Municipal Cemetery. Unmarried.

Fact 1     1871/1881 Census .unmarried

Fact 2     1891 Census  domestic work at home. unmarried

Fact 3    1901 With parents unmarried age 31

Fact 4     MI inscription Sheffield Road Cemetery, Paul


                   4   Annie VINGOE:  b 1871 Newlyn -

........................+ John Sampson DAVIES.. b 1867 Penzance -d 1937 / 8 Newlyn?  

.................................................[Parents John DAVIES : [Sailor] and Ellen BRAMBLE : Penzance]

.........................marr c1894 

 

                                          

                        John Sampson DAVIES & Annie VINGOE                                Annie VINGOE from a family photo of her and her children

                                  

 

Fact 1  John S Davies on 1881 age 14 Blacksmith  living at  Queen St.  Penzance. Father occ. Mariner  Absent from home

Fact 2. Photo of John Sampson Davies and Annie Vingoe. This is in a mounting with the photo studio name of Dan W.Volkryn, Randfontein, Transvaal. Clearly it was taken whilst they were both in the Johannesburg area in about 1920, assuming they were late 40`s when the picture   was taken.   Photo and Information supplied by Phil Vingoe  Gr. Grandson of this couple.

Fact 3  John S Davies had a foundry in Doornfontaine, Johannesburg, SA during 1890-1900 gold rush

Fact 4. John S Davies was an "Out-Lander" in the Kruger Republic and acquainted with Cecil Rhodes. He witnessed the 'Jameson Raid' which triggered the Boar War. There is, reputedly, a Davies St. in Johannesburg named for the family. Facts per. Malcolm Davies: Great Grandson, 

Fact 5.  Annie Vingoe on 1881 Census

Fact 6.  Annie Vingoe on 1891 Census  : Domestic work at home 

 

Fact. 1. There is no sign of John Davies [father of John Sampson Davies] recorded on 1871 or 1881 Census. However, he is present at the marriages of two of his sons: Walter Davies b1867 to Mary Phyllis Maddern 10 Aug 1890 St Peter's Newlyn, and Alfred James Davies b 1874 to Blanche Jenkin 23 June 1895 St Peter's, Newlyn

 

                                                                               

                                          Jessie Davies: b 1895                                                                            Arthur, Jessie & son John Davies VINGOE.

                        Photos supplied by her Grandson Phil Vingoe

 

                5   Jessie DAVIES L  b 1895 Newlyn - died 1968  Wolverhampton

                   4   +  married 1] Arthur  VINGOE:   b1886 - killed in action 1917 WWI  (in this line by marriage)  

 

 

Fact 1  Arthur Vingoe & Jessie Davies were 2nd cousins, once removed.  They shared descent from Henry VINGOE:  Jessie  was a g.g. granddaughter and  Arthur was a g grandson.  The descendant lines of  6, 7 & 8  above also appear under Arthur Vingoe's line, but as generations 5, 6, & 7       

 

  

In Memory of Deck Hand A VINGOE

11237/DA, H.M. Drifter "Reliance III.", Royal Naval Reserve
who died age 30 on 01 October 1917
Husband of Jessie Vingoe, of Penwith House, Newlyn West, Cornwall.
Remembered with honour
TROUVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY

Arthur Vingoe  1916.jpg (22322 bytes)  Trouville Cem  Calvados War Grave Arthur Vingoe.jpg (58406 bytes)

 click on photos to see larger view

Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

Arthur Vingoe is commemorated on 1914-18  War Memorial, Newlyn , and at War Graves Commission burial site in France. He is buried in Calvados, Normandy at Trouville-sur-Mer, a coastal town at the mouth of the River Touques about 12  Kilometres north-west of Pont l'Eveque. The cemetery is to the south of the town in the Rue de Manoire. It contains two Commonwealth burials from the First World War, and two from the Second. The graves are located in the French Military Plot which lies between the two entrances.

 

Fact 2. Jessie remarried after the death of Arthur Vingoe to a James Masefield and had 3 more children.  See HERE

BACK TO SURNAMES   

                          6   John Davies VINGOE. 14 Jul 1915 -died 1983

.................................................+  Mary  HUGHES   Wolverhampton 1939

                            7  Mary Patricia VINGOE  b Wolverhampton 

.........................................................+  Mr. NEW  1963

                             7  Male NEW

                                    8   Male NEW

                                    8   Male NEW

                                    8   Male NEW

                             7  Male NEW

                             7 Male NEW

                                   8 Female NEW

                                   8 Female NEW

                             7 Female NEW

                                    8   Male NEW

                                    8  Male NEW

 

                            7   Phillip  Arthur VINGOE:  b Wolverhampton 

   .................................+  Ms. WOOTTON  1968

                               8  Female VINGOE

                               8   Male VINGOE

 

                           Jessie DAVIES:  b1895 Newlyn - died 1968 Wolverhampton    

 

2nd Marriage  James Masefield.

 

                     5   Annie Margaret DAVIES:  b 27 Jun 1897  Newlyn - - died 02 Jul 1986  Akron, Ohio 

  ...........................+ William John  HAYDON: b 09 Dec 1894 Silverton, England - d 03 Aug 1966  Akron Ohio

 ..............................marr: 04 May 1918

.................................(Naturalization record; Obit; Photo of grave; census)

Annie Margaret with sister Lillian Maud

 

                           6   William Denis  HAYDON : b Silverton, England 09 Dec 1894

..................................+  marr ?

                               7  Denis Barrie HAYDON:  b 4 May 1921 Wales

......................................+  marr:  ?

                                   8  Cynthia HAYDON

Fact 1 Birth dates etc from Naturalisation application of Annie Margaret and William John Haydon

Fact 2 Arrived in USA  14 Dec 1925 from Southampton on  SS Mauritania.

Fact 3  Naturalisation application papers for Anne, William  Haydon, and son Dennis says they emigrated  in 1925.

Information on Haydon line per Lillian Vingoe [widow of Stanley. son of Hugh Vingoe]  Ohio, USA & Linda Mann's unstinting  research at Akron's County Courthouse for  the fast disappearing documentation.

Photo of Anne Margaret Davies provided by Phil Vingoe. 

 

                      5  Lilian Maude DAVIES:  b. 1902

 

 

                       5 Robert John DAVIES:  b 1900 Newlyn - d 1975, AUSTRALIA  ( An amazing story)

..........................+ 1]  marr:  Isobel  COUPLAND   ?  b1900 Merriton, Ontario, CANADA

 

Fact 1  Robert John Davies Lieut.  in Canadian Regiment WW1

To Read more about Robert John Davies go HERE

 

                           6   Robert J DAVIES  II  b 1920 Newlyn  - d 1995     

..................................+  Doris Lydia CANN:   b 1922  Plymouth, DEV 

.................................... marr:  1939  Plymouth, DEV 

                               7  Malcolm J H DAVIES:     

........................................+ Sandra BANKS:   

                                   8  DAVIES:   Alive

                                   8  DAVIES:  Alive

 

                               7  Donna DAVIES: b1940- d c1990

                               7  Jacqueline DAVIES:

                               7  Penny DAVIES:

                               7  Helen DAVIES:

    

 

                           6  Graham DAVIES       

                           6  Barbara DAVIES       

                           June DAVIES

 

                      5  Robert John DAVIES G.C.  b Dec 1899

 

2nd Marriage  June DRAPER at Newcastle Upon Tyne 1947

 

                          6    Delphine Delamonte DAVIES b. March 1/4 1948, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland

                          6    Dimitri Louis Hamilton DAVIES b. 1958, Portland, Victoria, Australia

..................................+ M. Robyn Joye DORMAN

                                7  Lucinda Sarah Ann Hamilton DAVIES

 

Following his release from Prison Robert John Davies G.C. was divorced by his first wife. He remarried and the couple left to start a new life and family in Australia.   

 

                       5 Thomas Ellis DAVIES: b 30 Dec 1906 Newlyn   [T.E.D. aka Uncle Ted ]

..............................b 1907 Mar 1/4  Penzance 5c 201

 

..............................+ Bessie ? b 15 Dec 1907 Coatbridge, Scotland

..................................marr: 31 Aug 1929  Walkerville, Canada

.................................(info  from Declaration of Intention).

 

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                4   Thomas Ellis VINGOE  III  Occupation Fisherman, Newlyn Lifeboat Coxswain  & Methodist lay preacher.

............................bt  21 Nov 1873  Newlyn. CON-  d 05 Oct 1953 Newlyn - buried Paul Municipal Cemetery.

 

Fact 1: 1881 Census:  Thomas Ellis Vingoe III b 1873 Newlyn. with parents

Fact 2: 1891        "                     "              working as a fisherman unmarried 

Fact 3: 1901        "                      "                     "                      "                "

Fact 5:   Thomas E Vingoe  became the Second Coxswain of the  Eliz & Blanche II  Penzance lifeboat  in about 1907. His  Uncle Alfred Vingoe, only  4 years his senior , was coxswain.

Fact 6:  Thomas E Vingoe was made coxswain when the lifeboat Eliz & Blanch II  moved to Newlyn. He served from 1908-1913 and retired when the Eliz  & Blanche was moved to the Penlee Station. Photo

Fact 7 West Briton  reports Thomas E Vingoe was coxswain of Newlyn lifeboat, Eliz & Blanche that saved 14 lives  in the great gale of Dec 1911

Fact  8:  Lay Preacher at Ebenezer Chapel, Boase St, Newlyn and later at Primitive Methodist Chapel on Church Lane Newlyn. built 1927  Ref:  Large Red Leather presentation Bible on his retirement from the circuit.. [now lost]

               1]  Phyllis SAMPSON  

................................born 10 Nov 1880 Newlyn  [Parents Thomas SAMPSON & Phyllis  HARVEY]

...............................marr:  14 Jul  1901 Paul  - d 07 Jan 1948 Penzance Infirmary- bur Paul Municipal Cemetery, Sheffield

 

Fact 1 1881               Phyllis Sampson  b 1880 Newlyn. with parents. Higher Green St. Newlyn

Fact 2 1891                             "                 with parents

Fact 3 1901                             "            Unmarried.  Living at home with parents

Fact 4   Family Bible  & Paul Parish marriage record. Jul 1901 

Thomas E Vingoe  & Phyllis Sampson  of  Penwith House  were married at Paul Church  Witnesses:-  Thomas Sampson,  her brother  the lifelong companion of  Thomas Ellis Vingoe.  They are together in  every photo yet found. 

Grace Sampson. was her sister.

 

                         2] Caroline AGERTON [widow] of Carnmenellis, Wendron b 16 Feb 1902  - d circa 1985

..............................................marr.  15 Jun  1949  PZ Registry Office. 

 

                 5   Thomas Ellis VINGOE  IV  b 15 Feb 1902 Newlyn,   died  12 September 1912

 

Fact 1 :  Thomas Ellis  died  Penwith House, Newlyn  of  Diphtheria.

Fact 2 :  Birth & death recorded in Family Bible

Fact 3 :  MI  Sheffield Road  Cemetery, Paul..

                  5   Richard Henry VINGOE:  born 04 Aug 1903  Newlyn  - d 15 Jul 1996 age 93 Cape Province, SOUTH AFRICA

..........................+  Dorothy Elizabeth RICHARDS: born 03 Apr 1903   GRO Birth Reg  Jun 1/4 1903  Redruth 5c 175

................................... died  25 Aug 1998 age 95  Cape Province, SOUTH AFRICA

..............................married:  07 Apr 1928 Johannesburg

.....................................Wartime Service  of RichardVingoe No 3764 Staff Sergeant.  Africa Star & Clasp awarded 09 Jan 1948

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