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Re: Do you have a Vingoe in your line

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Hi Yes my four times great grandmother Eliza Vingoe borne 7th April in 1816 in St Levan - Died 1896 in Pendeen St Just. Her Parents were Matthew Vingoe Born 1778 and Elizabeth Vingoe born 1776 Then the surnames changes to Guy and there is a lot of them. Eliza had I believe 14 children I also have a photo of Eliza I cannot find her burial place although I have a photograph of the headstone, maybe you could throw some light on it for me. So excited to find this site. Thank You Vivienne

Re: Do you have a Vingoe in your line

Hi Vivienne, I am trying so hard to make the connection, but it is eluding me. My maiden name is George - descended from the Georges of Mullion (Theophilus George m Grace Williams) We have our very own Dionysius Williams and every other reincarnation of the Sennen crew, and of course they were all smugglers, but the family link is hard to match up. I come to St Just and find Trembath's - my mother's line, my mother-in-law was a Harvey - from the St. Just Harveys (Thomas Harvey died in Bendigo, Aust. in 1883 - he was my husband's GG Grandfather). Then, of course, my husband is a Phillips - descended from the Scilly Phillips line (Wm Phillips m Charlotte Gendall in 1841). The names are all there... I can connect them all in my tree with dates and names, but so far I haven't been able to link them all together (which is probably a GOOD thing!) Difficult working from Australia - I have spent many long hours on the OPC website and Ancestry. I have made wonderful stories connecting my smugglers (Bobo and Richard George, Dionysius Williams, the Mundy family etc. but I think I am now fairly stumped. I would love to be able to connect the Rev. E.G. Harvey to my husband's line, because he was the vicar at St Mellanus and wrote a wonderful history of Mullion with slightly disparaging remarks about my George Line. What a great chapter that would make in the family history if I were able to connect the two. Sorry, I have rambled forever, but there has to be a link somewhere. Thank you for anything you can come up with.

Re: Do you have a Vingoe in your line


I am sure there must be at least one Vingoe somewhere in my tree!

I first came across your website when I was investigating my direct line of Nicholas ancestors living in Sennen. It popped up again today when I was looking for information on Newlyn for my direct line of ancestors Paul from Newlyn.

This visit I saw your suggestion to say hello and so I am!

Thanks for sharing so much knowledge in such an easy readable style.

Stay safe, Sue

Re: Do you have a Vingoe in your line


I have a 4g aunt Sarah Nicholas who married Hugh Vingoe in Sennen in 1773. I am specifically interested in this and any other Nicholas connection. My 5g grandfather Thomas also married aAnn Maddern in Sennen in 1746. Are there any matched to this line?