Clark(e) of Liskeard, Cornwall *Updated 2015*

Clark Family of Cornwall, England

(Updated October 2015)

Generation One

1. John1 Clark, b. c. 1650, d. 1700 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, buried 31 May 1700 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,1 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England. Estimated birthyear would be about 1650-1660.
The only other burial for a John Clark in St. Mewan was in 1755.

This William could be another son in this family?
Lease for 99 years on lives of (2) and Joan, daughter of John Carthew of St Ewe, tinner; to commence after death of Stephen Robins of St Winnow, esquire
(1) Richard Arundell of Lanherne, esquire
(2) William Clark of St Mewan, tinner
Property Tenement in St Ewe, formerly enclosed out of commons of Tregenna, now in tenure of (2) and John Carthew of St Ewe, tinner
Consideration £8
Rent 6s. 8d.
Date: 17 August 1717.

He was married to Mrs. John Clark, on c. 1681,2 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2

Children:
2. i. Matthew2 Clark b. 1682.
ii. James Clark, b. 1684 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 4 Jan 1684 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2, d. 1766 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,1 buried 28 Feb 1766 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1
iii. Peter Clark, b. 1687 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 24 Jan 1687 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
Generation Two

2. Matthew2 Clark (John1), b. 1682 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 28 Oct 1682 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 d. c. 1744 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1 There are two burials for Matthew Clark in St. Mewan: 13 Jul 1743 and 14 Nov 1745. No ages listed.

He was married to Joan Treliphan, on 27 Dec 1708 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, b. c. 1680, d. 1758 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,1 buried 12 Jun 1758 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1

Children:
3. i. Phillip3 Clark b. 1709.
ii. Matthew Clark b. 1711 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 1 Oct 1711 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 d. 1712 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,1 buried 22 Dec 1712 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1
4. iii. Matthew Clark b. 1713.
iv. Thomas Clark b. 1715 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 30 Oct 1715 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
v. Loveday Clark b. 1717 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 10 Jan 1717 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
vi. John Clark b. 1718 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 12 Jan 1718 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
vii. William Clark b. 1725 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 15 Nov 1725 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
Generation Three

3. Phillip3 Clark (Matthew2, John1), b. 1709 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 18 Oct 1709 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 d. 1768 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, buried 3 Apr 1768 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.5

He was married to Jennepher Hammett, on 24 Nov 1741 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.5

Children:
i. John4 Clark b. 1742 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,5 baptized 11 Sep 1742 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.5
ii. Jenefer Clark b. 1745 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,5 baptized 12 May1745 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.5
iii. Laurence Clark b. c. 1747 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, d. 1747 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, buried 1 Jun 1747 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England. Burial record says “daughter of Philip Clark”.

4. Matthew3 Clark (Matthew2, John1), b. 1713 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 16 Nov 1713 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 d. 1780 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,1 buried 26 Feb 1780 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1

He was married to Loveday Knight, on 6 Jul 1735 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,4 b. 1709 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, baptized 1 Jan 1710 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, d. 6 Aug 1780 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.1 Loveday: Loveday was the daughter of Amos and Alice Geach who were married 21 Jul 1695 (Knight family researcher-not checked).

Children:
5. i. Phillip4 Clark b. 1736.
6. ii. Thomas Clark Sr b. 1738.
7. iii. Matthew Clark III b. 1740.
iv. Elizabeth Clark b. 1742 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 8 Jan 1742 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
Generation Four

5. Phillip4 Clark (Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1736 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 18 Nov 1736 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 resided in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.5

He was married to Prudence Rosevear, on 4 Oct 1762 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.5

Children:
i. Grace5 Clark b. 1768 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,5 baptized 13 Nov 1768 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.5
ii. Matthew Clark b. 1763 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,5 baptized 24 Jul 1763 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.5
iii. Elizabeth Clark b. 1765 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,5 baptized 8 Apr 1765 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.5

6. Thomas4 Clark Sr (Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1738 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 3 Apr 1738 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 resided in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3

He was married to Catherine Lang, on 13 Sep 1765 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.4

Children:
i. Ann5 Clark b. 1768 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 5 Jan 1768 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.2 One record has baptism date as 3 Jan, the other 5 Jan.
8. ii. Thomas Clark b. 1770.
9. iii. Henry Clark b. 1772.
iv. William Clark b. 1774 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3,2 baptized 20 Feb 1774 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3,2

He was married to Mary Clark, on 15 Jan 1805 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.4 Mary: Mary’s maiden name was also Clark.

v. Catherine Clark b. 1776 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 25 Dec 1776 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 d. pre 1778 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3
10. vi. Catherine Clark b. 1778.
vii. John Clark b. 1781 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 9 Sep 1781 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.2
viii. Loveday Clark b. 1786 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 5 Mar 1786 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.2

7. Matthew4 Clark III (Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1740 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 30 May 1740 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2

He was married to Patience Ivy, on 27 Jul 1766 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.4 Patience: She was “of St. Austell”.

Children:
i. Benjamin5 Clark b. 1767 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 9 Aug 1767 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
ii. Matthew Clark b. 1769 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 26 Mar 1769 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
iii. Richard Clark b. 1771 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 17 Mar 1771 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
iv. Elizabeth Clark b. 1773 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 8 Aug 1773 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
v. Loveday Clark b. 1776 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 15 Sep 1776 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.2
Generation Five

8. Thomas5 Clark (Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1770 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 17 Jun 1770 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 d. 1833 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England, buried 1 Jan 1833 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6 Son of Thomas and Catherine Clark of St. Ewe, Cornwall.
Thomas was living at Sticker, St. Mewan, at the time of his death. I assume he was living with his daughter Mary and her family in Sticker.

He was married to Mary Broad, on 21 Jan 1797 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, Eng.

Children:
11. i. John6 Clark b. 1797.
12. ii. Mary Clark b. 1798.
iii. Joseph Clark b. 1801 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 11 Jan 1801 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6 I can’t find any records after his baptism that are definitely this Joseph Clark. There is a marriage for a Joseph Clark 4 Aug 1823 to Ann Snell in St. Stephen in Brannel. Witness was John Clark. But no proof this is him.
There are also a few Joseph Clarks, born c. 1801 in England..in the US. He may have immigrated.

9. Henry5 Clark (Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1772 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3,2 baptized 8 Nov 1772 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3,2 d. 1815 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 buried 2 Dec 1815 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 resided in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3 At the time of his death, Henry was age 42 and living at Parra Moor, St. Ewe.

He was married to Elizabeth Youlton, on 24 Jun 1800 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,4 b. c. 1764 in Cornwall, England, d. 1848 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 buried 30 Jan 1843 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6 Elizabeth: At the time of her death, Elizabeth was age 84 and living at Lower Sticker, St. Ewe.

Children:
13. i. Catherine6 Clark b. 1800.
ii. Elizabeth Clark b. 1803 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 20 Feb 1803 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3
iii. Henry Clark Jr b. 1804 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 25 Nov 1804 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3

10. Catherine5 Clark (Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1778 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3,8, baptized 21 Jun 1778 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3 In 1851, Catherine was a widow. She was living with son William and his wife and child. Son James was living with them too.

She was married to Thomas Tregenza, on 23 Aug 1798 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England, b. 21 Feb 1771 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,2,8 baptized 15 Sep 1771 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,2 d. pre 1851. Thomas: He was the son of John & Ann Tregenza of St. Ewe, Cornwall.
In 1841, daughter, Catherine Tregenza Hicks, and her sons, lived with Thomas and Catherine.
Daughter Matilda Vivian, and her son Richard age 10, also lived with the couple.

Children:
14. i. Matilda6 Tregenza b. 1803.
15. ii. Catherine Tregenza b. 1801.
iii. Elizabeth Tregenza b. c. 1811 in Cornwall, England.8
16. iv. William Tregenza b. c. 1818.
v. John Tregenza b. 1826 in Cornwall, England.8
vi. James Tregenza b. c. 1826 in Cornwall, England.8,9 In 1851, James was age 33 and single. He was living with his mother and brother, William, and his family in St. Ewe.
Generation Six

11. John6 Clark (Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1797 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England, baptized 30 Jul 1797 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England, ,6 d. 1853 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England, , resided in St. Columb and St. Austell, Cornwall, Eng, occupation Copper Miner.11, , Agnes’father’s name is listed as “John Clark” on her death certificate.
In 1820’s the family lived at Ruthoes, St. Columb Major. John was a miner.
In 1841, the family lived in St. Columb Major.
In 1851, the family lived in St. Austell.
Wife Ann was widowed by 1861. The record for John Clark d. 1853 in St. Austell is only one in Death Index that comes close to a match.

At least one child was baptized at Bible Christian, St. Ervan.

He was married to Ann Mann, on 23 Nov 1822 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, Eng, b. c. 1803 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England,13, , (daughter of Julius Mann and Elizabeth Brokenshire [1779 – ]), baptized 29 May 1803 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England,18 resided Church St.North in Liskeard, Cornwall, England,13 d. 1892 in Liskeard, Cornwall, England. ,20 Ann: 1851 Census says she was born in St. Mewan, Cornwall.
Ann is listed as “widow” in 1861 Census. In 1871, 1881 and 1891, Ann was living with Elizabeth and her children.
In 1871 they were still on Church St. In 1881 and 1891 they lived on Pound St.

Children:
17. i. Joseph7 Clark b. 1823.
18. ii. William Clark b. 1825.
19. iii. Jane Clark b. 23 Dec 1826.
iv. Ann Clark b. 1 Nov 1829 in St. Columb, Cornwall, Eng,16,11, baptized 10 Nov 1829 in Bible Christian, St. Ervan, Cornwall, Eng,22 d. post 1851. In 1841 and 1851, Ann was living with her parents.
20. v. Thomas Clark b. 26 Oct 1831.
21. vi. James Clark b. 27 Dec 1833.
22. vii. Elizabeth Clark b. 7 Oct 1836.
viii. Ellen Clark b. Jan 1839 in St. Columb, Cornwall, Eng.16,11, There is a death record for Ellen Clark in 1864 in St. Austell. Could be this Ellen.
23. ix. Agnes Ann Clark b. 1 Dec 1841.
x. Mary Jane Clark b. c. 1845 in St. Neot, Cornwall, England,11,13 d. Oct 1865 in Liskeard, Cornwall, England,6 buried 10 Oct 1865 in Liskeard, Cornwall, England,6 resided Church St.North in Liskeard, Cornwall, England, occupation Mine Girl. Mary Jane was age 20 at time of her death.

12. Mary6 Clark (Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1798 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3, , , baptized 25 Nov 1798 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 d. 1867 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 buried 11 Nov 1867 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,26 occupation Innkeeper.26 In 1861, Mary was a widow and listed as being an Innkeeper in St. Mewan. Sons, Joseph and Walter, lived with her.

She was married to Joseph (Whittier, Whithair) Whitehair, on 30 Jun 1821 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 b. 1798 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,25 baptized 18 Nov 1798 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 d. 1860 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 resided Sticker in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,24,25 occupation Blacksmith,24,25 buried 6 Apr 1860 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6 Joseph: Joseph’s parents, Walter and Elizabether, also lived at Sticker, St. Mewan. Burial records state Walter Whiheir, age 79, resided Sticker, St. Mewan, was buried 24 Mar 1834 and, Elizabeth, age 63, resided Sticker, St. Mewan was buried 18 Dec 1834.
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Children:
24. i. William7 Whitehair b. 1821.
ii. Isabella Whitehair b. 1823 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24 baptized 7 Sep 1823 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6
iii. Joseph Libby Whitehair b. 1825 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,25,26 baptized 4 Sep 1825 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,25 occupation Blacksmith.25 In 1861, Joseph was 33, unmarried, and living with mother in St. Mewan.
iv. Thomas Matthew Whitehair b. 1827 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,25 baptized 2 Sep 1827 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 resided in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,25 occupation Tin Miner.25
v. Elizabeth Whitehair b. 1829 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,25 baptized 18 Oct 1829 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6
vi. Mary Ann Whitehair b. 1831 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 17 Jul 1831 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 d. 1836 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 buried 23 Mar 1836 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6 Mary Ann was 5 years old at the time of her death.
vii. Louisa Whitehair b. 1833 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 25 Dec 1833 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 d. 1839 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 buried 14 Feb 1839 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6 Louisa was 5 years old at the time of her death.
viii. Diana Whitehair b. 1836 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,25 baptized 13 Mar 1836 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.6
ix. Walter Whitehair b. c. 1840 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.24,25,26 Can’t find a baptism for Walter.

13. Catherine6 Clark (Henry5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1800 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 25 Dec 1800 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 d. 1860 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 buried 14 Nov 1860 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 resided in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England.6

She was married to James Luke, on 2 Sep 1820 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 b. c. 1801 in Cornwall, England, d. 1842 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 buried 28 Sep 1842 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 occupation Miner.6 James: I’m not sure of James’ birthplace, but there were quite a few other “Lukes” in St. Blazey in 1841. Chances are he was born there.

The family seems to have lived in St. Ewe at least through 1827. Their first 3 children were baptized there.
They were in St. Blazey by 1830.
They lived in St. Blazey in 1841.

Children:
i. Elizabeth Clark7 Luke b. 1823 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 28 Sep 1823 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6
ii. James Luke Jr b. 1825 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 20 Mar 1825 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6
iii. Henry Luke b. 1827 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 9 Sep 1827 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.6
iv. Jane Luke b. 15 Apr 1830 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England, baptized 24 Jul 1830 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England.
v. William Luke b. 1835 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 25 Dec 1835 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England.6
vi. Mark Hodge Luke b. 1840 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England,6 baptized 1 Mar 1840 in St. Blazey, Cornwall, England.6

14. Matilda6 Tregenza (Catherine5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1803 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,3 baptized 26 Dec 1803 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England. In 1841, Matilda and son, Richard, lived with her parents in St. Ewe.

She was married to Mr. Vivian.

Children:
i. Richard7 Vivian b. c. 1830.

15. Catherine6 Tregenza (Catherine5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1801 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,8,9, ,3 baptized 20 Dec 1801 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.3 In 1851, Catherine’s mother was living with her and son, John.

She was married to Mr. Hicks.

Children:
i. John7 Hicks b. c. 1841 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.28

16. William6 Tregenza (Catherine5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. c. 1818 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.8,9, In 1841, William lived with his parents in St. Ewe.
In 1851, William and Louisa lived in St. Ewe. William’s mother and brother, James, lived with them.

In 1871, William was a widower. Son, Tom, and daughter, Catherine, lived with him in Linkinhorne.

He was married to Louisa Luke, on 29 Aug 1845 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England,4 b. c. 1824 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England.9 Louisa: She was the daughter of Samuel Luke.

Children:
i. Louisa7 Tregenza b. c. 1849 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.9
ii. William Tregenza Jr. b. c. 1850 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.9
iii. Thomas Tregenza b. c. 1853 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.29
iv. Catherine Tregenza b. c. 1861 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England.29
Generation Seven

17. Joseph7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1823 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England,16,11 baptized 27 Jul 1823 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England,17 d. post 1861, occupation Copper Miner; Lead Miner; Tin Miner.16, , Joseph was a witness for sister, Jane’s, wedding in St. Neot in 1848.

In 1851 Joseph was working as Lead Miner in Creeland, Scotland. His wife, Martha, and son, John, were living with Martha’s parents in Liskeard.
Martha must have joined Joseph and probably died in childbirth since his second son, William, was born in Creeland.

In 1861 Joseph, Elizabeth and both sons were living in Ashburton, Devon, England. Joseph was working as Tin Miner.

He was married to (1) Martha Benny, b. c. 1827 in Callington, Cornwall, England,15, d. pre 1854. Martha: Daughter of John and Elizabeth Benny.
In 1841, Martha, age 15, lived with parents in Liskeard.
In 1851, Martha and son, John, were living with her parents in Liskeard, while husband, Joseph, was in Scotland.
She joined him in Scotland, where second son was born.

Children:
i. John8 Clark b. c. 1847 in Callington, Cornwall, England.33, In 1861, John, age 14, lived in Ashburton, Devon with father and step mother.
ii. William H. Clark b. c. 1854 in Creeland, Scotland,32, occupation Soldier.35 In 1861, William lived with father and step mother in Ashburton, Devon.
In 1871, William was a soldier stationed at District Royal Marine Barracks, East Stonehouse, Devon. Birthplace listed as Scotland.
In 1881, there is a William Clark, 28, a marine on board a vessel in Devon. His birthplace is listed as East Stonehouse, but that could be an error.

He was married to (2) Elizabeth ?? Clark, b. c. 1836 in Ashburton, Devon, England.32

18. William7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1825 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England,17,16, baptized 3 Apr 1825 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England,17 d. 2 Feb 1894 in Moonta, South Australia, Australia, occupation Tin and Copper Miner.36 In 1841, William, age 15, was a servant on a farm in St. Columb Major.
In 1851, William, Jane and family lived at Ley Village in St. Neot.
Based on children’s birthplaces, the family emigrated to Australia c. 1854.

He was married to Jane Pearce, on 19 Sep 1847 in Liskeard, Cornwall, England, b. 27 Oct 1826 in Redruth, Cornwall, England,36 d. 7 Mar 1918 in Moonta, South Australia, Australia.

Children:
i. John8 Clark b. c. 1848 in St. Neot, Cornwall, England,36 d. 28 Feb 1929 in Mitcham, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
ii. William H. Clark b. c. 1850 in St. Neot, Cornwall, England,36 d. in 1935.
iii. James Clark b. 23 Oct 1853 in St. Neot, Cornwall, England, d. 5 May 1926 in Cowell, South Australia, Australia.
iv. Ellen Clark b. 25 Dec 1855 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
v. Emma Clark b. 2 Aug 1857 in Yankalilla, South Australia, Australia.
vi. Jane Clark b. 2 Jun 1859 in Yankalilla, South Australia, Australia.
vii. Thomas Clark b. 7 Mar 1861 in Ringay Farm, South Australia.
viii. Joseph Clark b. 8 Feb 1863 in Salt Creek, South Australia, Australia.
ix. Loveday Clark b. 8 Feb 1863 in Salt Creek, South Australia, Australia.
x. Henry Clark b. 7 Feb 1865 in Myponga, South Australia, Australia.
xi. Ernest Mann Clark b. 14 Mar 1867 in Myponga, South Australia, Australia.
xii. Sydney Clark b. 14 Oct 1869 in Bald Hills, South Australia, Australia.

19. Jane7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 23 Dec 1826 in St. Columb, Cornwall, Eng,16, , , , , , ,22 baptized 13 Jan 1827 in Saint Ervan, Cornwall, Eng,22 d. 1919 in St. Neot, Cornwall, England, ,43,14 occupation Domestic Servant.41 In 1881 Jane was working as a servent in the the home of Nicholas Mitchell in St. Neot. Her two youngest sons were living with her daughter, Ellen, and her husband. From 1891 to 1901, Jane and youngest son, Joseph, lived together in St. Neot.
In 1911, Jane, age 84, lived on her own in St. Neot.

She was married to John Chapman, on 14 Sep 1848 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG, b. c. 1824 in St. Breward, Cornwall, Eng,39,38,45 d. 1870 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,40 buried 7 May 1870 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,45 resided St. Neot Village in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,39 occupation Copper Miner.38,39 John: Couple was married by Banns. Witnesses were Jospeh Wirren and Joseph Clarke.
In 1851, Joseph Wirren was a lodger, miner, boarding with Jane’s family.
In 1851, Family lived on Fore St. in Tywardreath, Cornwall. In1861 and 1871, they lived in St. Neot.
John’s cause of death was listed as Consumption.

Children:
i. John8 Chapman b. b. 1849 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.38,40,39
ii. William Chapman b. c. 1851 in Tywardreath, Cornwall, Eng,38,39,40, , , d. Pre 1930 in East Bangor, Northhampton, PA, resided in E. Bangor, Northampton, PA, occupation Quarryman.47 William emigrated to US in 1881 before his marriage. He must have come back to Cornwall, married and eventually William, Elizabeth and Edmund moved to the US in 1889.

He was married to Elizabeth Jane Deacon, on Dec 1887 in Totnes, Devon, Eng, b. 1867 in England.48,47,46 Elizabeth: In 1900 Elizabeth is listed as having given birth to 9 children with 6 living.
Jane’s brother, Samuel, was boarding with the family in 1910.
In 1930, Elizabeth was widowed. Her daughter, Ellen, was widowed as well and living with Elizabeth with her children.
Elizabeth’s brother, Samuel also lived in the home.

iii. Henry Chapman b. c. 1853 in Tywardreath, Cornwall, Eng.39,40
iv. Mary Jane Chapman b. c. 1858 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,39,40 d. 1873 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,45 buried 12 Feb 1873 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.45 Cause of death was Consumption. Sister and father also died of same thing.
v. Ellen Chapman b. c. 1860 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.39,40

She was married to Hart Williams, b. c. 1847 in Luxelyun, Cornwall, Eng,41 resided St. Neot Village in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,41 occupation General Laborer.41

vi. Elizabeth Chapman b. c. 1862 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,40 d. 1872 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,45 buried 10 Oct 1872 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.45 Cause of death was Consumption. Her father died of same disease 2 yrs earlier.
vii. Nicholas Chapman b. c. 1865 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,40 d. 1879 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG,45 buried 27 Apr 1879 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.45 Nicholas was age 14 at time of his death. He also died of consumption.
viii. James Chapman b. c. 1867 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.40
ix. Joseph Chapman b. c. 1870 in St. Neot, Cornwall, ENG.40

20. Thomas7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 26 Oct 1831 in St. Columb, Cornwall, England, , , ,22, baptized 13 Nov 1831 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, Eng,22 d. 8 Jan 1904 in Suffolk, NY, occupation Miner,50 resided in Rockland, Octonagon, Michigan, resided in Mount Hope, Rockaway,Morris Co, New Jersey,50 buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY.53 In 1851, Thomas was living with his parents in St. Austell, Cornwall, England.
Family emigrated sometime prior to 1858, when Elizabeth was born in New York.
In 1860, the family lived in Rockland, Ontonagon, Michigan. The Census form lists the Post Office as “Minnesota Mine”.
In the 1850’s, at the height of the copper boom, the Village of Ontonagon reached a population of 6,000. The Minesota mine which operated near Rockland 1846-1865
paid out millions of dollars in dividends.

When the mines in Rockland closed, the family moved to New Jersey, sometime between 1865 and 1869.. In 1870, The family was living in Rockaway, Morris Co, NJ in same house as Thomas’ sister, Agnes and her family. Thomas and Agnes’ husband, Nicholas, were Miners.

In 1880, the family still lived in Mt. Hope, NJ. Only Esther, John, William, Luella and Laura lived at home.
In 1900, Thomas and Mary lived with daughter Esther and her family in Suffolk, NY. Thomas is listed as immigrating in 1850, however that is not correct. He was still in England in 1851.

He was married to Mary A. Hooper, on c. 1858,52 b. Sep 1831 in England,50,51,52 d. 1912 in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY. Mary: One researcher has her parents as Richard Hooper (1799-1846) and Elizabeth Rouse (1800-1881) of St. Austell.
In 1860, Mary A is listed as being born in NY, however, in other census data she is listed as being born in England.
1870 and 1880, she is listed as being born in England. In 1900 she is listed as immigrating in 1850.
In 1900, Mary is listed as having given birth to 8 children, with 6 living.

Children:
i. Elizabeth8 Clark b. c. 1858 in New York.50
ii. Esther Clark b. 8 Jun 1859 in Michigan,50,51,52, , d. 14 Feb 1927 in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY, resided in Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY.52,55,56 In 1880, Esther was age 23, and living with her parents in Mount Hope, NJ.

She was married to James Ezra Hawkins, on c. 1888,52 b. Jul 1862 in New York,52,55 d. 1951 in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY, resided in Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY,52,55 occupation Surfman – Life Saving Service Co.,52 buried in Mt. Pleasant Cem, Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY. James: Oldest son was born in Little Falls, Passaic, New Jersey.
In 1900, James and Esther lived next door to Sedina and Catherine Hawkins who were probably James’ parents.
In 1920, James and Esther lived alone in Brookhaven. James was retired.
In 1925, James was listed as “Ezra J.”
In 1930, James was widowed and living with daughter and her family in Brookhaven.

iii. John Clark b. c. 1861 in Michigan.50,51 In 1880, John was 18 and still living with his parents in Mount Hope, NJ.
iv. William R. Clark b. Jan 1862 in Michigan,50, , , , occupation School Teacher; Poultry Farmer,57,58,59,60 resided in Passaic County, NJ.57,58,59 In 1900 the family lived in Pompton, NJ and William worked as a school teacher.
In 1910, the family lived in West Milford, NJ and William was a farmer.
In 1920 and 1930 the family lived in Bloomingdale, NJ and William was still farming.
In 1930, only the couple’s three youngest children lived with them.

He was married to Mabel ?? Clark, on c. 1896,57 b. Dec 1876 in New York,57,58,59,60. Mabel: In 1910, Mable was listed as giving birth to 7 children with 6 still living.

v. Luella Clark b. c. 1865 in Michigan,50,52,55 d. 1935 in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY, resided in Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY,52 buried Mt Pleasant Cemetery in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY. Both Luella and sister, Esther’s, husbands were surfmen for a Lifesaving Services Co.
In 1921 Luella was a member of the Republican County Committee of Suffolk.

She was married to Frank L. Howell, on 03 Nov 1891 in Mt. Hope, Morris, New Jersey, b. Jan 1870 in New York,52,55,61 d. 19 Jun 1925 in Center Moriches, Suffolk, NY, resided in Brookhaven, Suffolk, NY,52,55 occupation Surfman – Lifesaving Services; House Carpenter.52,55 Frank: In 1900 Frank and Luella lived next door to James (74) and Mary (70) Howell. These are probably his parents.

In 1920, Frank and Luella lived alone in Brookhaven.

vi. Elmer E. Clark b. 28 Oct 1869 in Rockaway, Morris, NJ,50, , baptized 03 Mar 1871 in Mt. Hope Methodist, Rockaway, Morris, NJ.62 He was 8mos at the time of the 1870 Census. Not with family in 1880, probably died young.
vii. Laura Clark b. c. 1870 in Rockaway, Morris, NJ.51
viii. Anna Reina Clark b. Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,62 baptized 15 Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,62 d. pre 1880 in Mount Hope, Morris, NJ.51 Probably died as infant. She was not with the family in 1880.

21. James7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 27 Dec 1833 in St. Columb, Cornwall, Eng,16,11, baptized 5 Jan 1834 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, Eng,22 resided Village in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG, occupation Copper Miner.65,64 James is not listed with the family in 1871 or 1881. Sarah is not listed as “widow” though, she is listed as “married”.

He was married to Sarah ?? Clark, b. c. 1831 in Phillack, Cornwall, Eng,65, d. post 1901,44 resided in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG.66 Sarah: In 1881, still listed as “married” and “Miner’s wife”, but James not listed. In 1901, Sarah is age 72, widowed, living in St. Cleer with grandchildren Samuel, William, Fred and Emily Hawke.

Children:
i. John8 Clark b. c. 1856 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,64, occupation Copper Miner, ,66 resided Village in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG.66 In 1891, Sarah and children are in St. Cleer. Sarah is listed as “married” not widowed, but John is not there.

He was married to Sarah J. ?? Clark, b. c. 1860 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,66 resided in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG. Sarah: I.

ii. William Clark b. c. 1860 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG.65,64 Not listed with family in 1871.
iii. Emily Clark b. c. 1862 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,68, ,69 d. Post 1901, resided in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,66 occupation Dressmaker.66 Still living with her mother in 1881. In 1901, Emily was widowed and visiting Frances Wadling in St. Cleer. Emily’s children were living with her mother.

She was married to William J. Hawke, b. c. 1860 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,69 d. pre 1901,44 resided in St. Cleer, Cornwall, ENG,69 occupation Copper Miner.69 William: In 1891, The family lived in St. Cleer.
In 1901, four of the children, Samuel, William, Fred and Emily were living with Sarah Clarke, 72, Widow in St. Cleer. Their mother’s mother.

iv. Mary J. Clark b. c. 1864 in St. Cleer, Cornwall, England.68,70 Still living with mother in 1881.

22. Elizabeth7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 7 Oct 1836 in St. Columb, Cornwall, England,16,11,13,68,19,20, , baptized 17 Nov 1836 in Bible Christian, St. Ervan, Cornwall, Eng,22 d. post 1911, resided Pound Street in Liskeard, Cornwall, England,66,20 occupation Seamstress; Launderer.20 In 1861, Elizabeth was working as a seamstress and still living with her mother at age 24.
By 1871, Elizabeth is married with an 8 yr old child. We can assume she was married c. 1862.
She was still living on Church St. in Liskeard and her mother was living with her.
In 1891 , Elizabeth is widowed. She lived with her mother on Pound St., Liskeard.
In 1901, Elizabeth and son, William, lived with son Thomas (Nicholas) in Staffordshire.
In 1911, Elizabeth lived with son, William and his wife in Barnstaple, Devon.

She was married to Nicholas Thomas Rowe, on 13 Dec 1863 in Treverbyn, Cornwall, Eng,68,4 b. 1834 in Lanivet, Cornwall, England,2 baptized 24 Mar 1834 in Lanivet, Cornwall, England,2 d. 1873 in Liskeard, Cornwall, England.19,14 Nicholas: He was the son of Thomas and Sarah Rowe of Lanivet, Cornwall.
His parents had another son named Nicholas Thomas who was baptised 24 Mar 1833 and died 2 Apr 1833 in Lanivet.
In 1851, Nicholas was staying with his aunt and uncle in St. Austell.
In 1861, Nicholas was boarding in Liskeard.
In 1871, Elizabeth is listed as “Miner’s wife” with “husband abroad”.

Children:
i. Nicholas Thomas8 Rowe b. c. 1863 in Liskeard, Cornwall, Eng,68, ,71 d. 1899 in Devon, England, resided in Plymouth, Devon, Eng,73 occupation Asst. Grocer; Grocer.71 In 1871, Nicholas, age 8, lived with his widowed mother in Liskeard.
In 1881, Nicholas was working as an assistant to John Marsh, a grocer on Treville St. in Plymouth. There was another young man, John Baron, who was Nicholas’ age and from Liskeard also working there.
In 1901, he is listed as “Thomas”. Living in Alrewas, Staffordshire. Mother Elizabeth and brother William were livng with the family.

He was married to Selina Revel, on Sep 1886 in Plymouth, Devon, England,21 b. c.1863 in London.71

ii. Elizabeth “Bessie” Rowe b. c. 1867 in Liskeard, Cornwall, Eng.68, In 1871, Bessie, siblings and their mother lived with grandmother, Ann Clark, in Liskeard.
Bessie was not living with her mother in 1891, she may have been married by then.
In 1891 there is an Elizabeth Rowe, b. 1868, Liskeard, working as a servant in Compton Gifford, Devon. This could be her.
iii. William John Rowe b. c. 1869 in St.Cleer, Cornwall, Eng,68,20,71, resided in Liskeard, Cornwall, Eng,20 occupation Tailor; Political Agent.20,71,72 In 1891, William, age 22, lived with his mother and grandmother, Ann Clark, on Pound St in Liskeard.
In 1901, William, 32, and mother lived in Staffordshire with brother , Thomas (Nicholas), and his family. William was listed as being Political Agent
In 1911, William was married and living at 6 Victoria Street in Barnstaple, Devon His mother lived with the couple. William was listed as being a Political Agent.

He was married to Mary Norah (maiden name unknown) Rowe, on c. 1910, b. c. 1885 in Rathkenny, Meath, Ireland.72

23. Agnes Ann7 Clark (John6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1 Dec 1841 in Roche,Cornwall, England, ,11, ,51, d. 4 Sep 1926 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,76 buried Rockaway Presb in Mount Hope, Morris Co, NJ., resided in Rockaway Twsp,Morris Co.,New Jersey, occupation Housewife,Mine Girl. As a young girl, Agnes worked above ground at a mine. The girls would sort the rock brought up from the mines.

In 1910 and 1920, Agnes is listed as head of the family. Her son, John Charles, daughter, Nettie and grandson, Charles, lived with her.
Agnes died from a hernia for which an operation was strongly advised, however, she was relaeased from the hospital after an illness of 4 days. In Wallingford, the family lived at 411 Center St. where,until his death in 1996, her grandson, Ben Farrow, still lived.

It’s interesting that both Agnes and her brother named children “Elmer”.

She was married to Nicholas Cock Rundle, on 20 Oct 1862 in Liskeard, England, b. 7 Nov 1841 in St. Neot, Cornwall,36,65,77,51,78,45 (son of Hugh Brice Rundle [1812 – 1876] and Lydia Cock [1810 – 1863]), d. 1 Jun 1906 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, buried in Mt.Hope, Morris Co, NJ, resided 411 Center St. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, occupation Copper Miner; Carpenter; Janitor.65,77,51 Nicholas: In 1861, Nicholas, age 21, was single and living with his parents and siblings in St. Cleer.

Nicholas, Agnes and children immigrated to the US sometime beteen 1867, when son, Nicholas Brice, was born in England and 1869 when son William was born in Hancock, Houghton County, Michigan. Houghton County is on the Upper Penisula of Michigan.

Before moving to NJ, they also may have lived for a short time in Rockland, Ontonagon, Michigan where Agnes’ brother, Thomas Clark, lived and worked in the Minnesota Mine. In the 1850’s, at the height of the copper boom, the Village of Ontonagon reached a population of 6,000. The Minesota mine which operated near Rockland 1846-1865 paid out millions of dollars in dividends.

There was another Rundle family, from Cornwall, living in Ontonagon. Thomas Rundle b. 1836, his wife Louisa and sons Thomas and Alfred J., went on to be prominent residents of the county. I can’t find any connection with our Rundle family.

When the mines in Rockland closed, Nicholas and family, as well as Thomas Clark and his family, moved to New Jersey, sometime between 1869 and 1870..
In 1870, The family was living in Rockaway, Morris Co, NJ in same house as Agnes’ brother, Thomas Clark and his family. Thomas Clark and Agnes’ husband, Nicholas Rundle, were Miners in New Jersey.

In Mt. Hope, the family belonged to the Mt. Hope Methodist church which was built in 1868 by the mining company for their employees and their families. It has also served as a hospital, and, when needed, as a schoolhouse.Pews in this church were used by the well-to-do parishoners, while the balcony was thought to be sufficient for the miners and their families. The congregation dwindled and eventually the church was closed. Four of Nicholas and Agnes’ children, Elmer, Lucy, Nicholas B and William were all baptized at Mt. Hope Methodist Church in June 1872.

There is a “Rundle Ave.” in Mt. Hope, NJ. There is a David Rundle, with wife, Lavinia and children, Harry (Henry), John and Mary , who moved to Rockaway in late 1890’s, probably right after our Rundles moved to Connecticut. I can’t find any connection with this Rundle family.
In son, Nicholas Brice’s, marriage record, Nicholas C is listed as “Nicholas Rundle, Esq.”

The family is listed in Mount Hope in 1880. Sometime between then and 1893, the family moved to Wallingford, Connecticut. Nicholas C, and sons, Nicholas B, Elmer and Charles were listed as living on Whittlesey Ave, Wallingford and son William lived at 5 Simpson Street in the same time. Nicholas C. was working as a janitor.

Children:
i. Lucy Rundle8 I b. 20 Sep 1864 in England,76 d. 8 Nov 1864 in England.76
ii. John Rundle b. 19 Dec 1865 in England, d. 7 Mar 1866 in England.
iii. Nicholas Brice Rundle b. 19 Jun 1867 in Liskeard, England, ,77,51, , baptized Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope Methodist, Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,80 d. 24 Aug 1954 in Middletown, New Haven, CT, buried North Main ST. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, resided in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, occupation Foreman,NY Ins.Wire,Co. Born in England, lived in Michigan and New Jersey before moving to Wlfd.
1940 Census says that both Nicholas and Elizabeth finished 8th grade.

In 1899 Nicholas and Elizabeth traveled to New Jersey to visit with relatives.
In 1900, the family lived in Wallingford, CT. in same house as Nicholas’ brother, William.
In 1940, Nicholas and Elizabeth lived with dauther Ethel and her husband on N. Whittlesey Ave. in Wallingford.

Nicholas was a widower at the time of his death.

He was married to Elizabeth M. Burrow, on 20 Jun 1894 in Harmony, Warren Co, NJ, ,78 b. 1871 in New Jersey, , ,81 d. 16 Oct 1951 in Meriden, CT, buried in North Main St.,Wallingford,CT, resided in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. Elizabeth: “June 20, 1894 – Rev. J.E. Appley; A. Brice Rundle, Wallingford, CT (S. of Nicholas, Esq. & Agnes Rundle, nee Clark) married Elizabeth M. Burrow, Rockaway, NJ (D. of Richard & Grace Burrow, nee Kroslaker). ”
from: Marriages
Lower Harmony Methodist Church
Harmony, Warren County, NJ

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iv. William Rundle b. 27 Feb 1869 in Hancock, Michigan,80, ,77,51,46, baptized Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope Methodist, Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,80 d. 06 Nov 1954 in Austin, Travis, TX,88 buried 08 Nov 1954 in Austin, Travis, TX, occupation Owner of Trucking Company; Chauffer.47,46, At time of daughter Mary Agnes’ birth in 1895, the family lived on Simpson Ave and William worked as a “night watchman”.
In 1900, William and Margaret lived in same house as brother, Nicholas Brice and his family in Wallingford.
William was an engineer at Borough Electric Light Works, as well as running his own Concrete and Paving Co.
In 1910 and 1920, the family lived in Sommerville, Massachusetts.
In 1940, William was widowed and living in Yonker, NY with his daughter, Mary and her family.
Has headstone in cemetary on North Main St.,Wlfd., however according to Benford Farrow, and Texas death certificate, he is buried in Texas.
William’s death certificate has “Nicholas B.” as father and “Mary Ann Cock” as mother.

He was married to Margaret Ward Donavan, on 7 Dec 1892 in Manhattan, New York, New York,78,47, b. Mar 1871 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut,78,46 d. 12 Feb 1931 in Bronx, New York, NY, buried in North Main St.,Wallingford,CT. Margaret: Daughter of Thomas Donavan and Mary Elizabeth Ward.
Margaret’s birthplace was listed on daughter’s birth record.
I can’t find Margaret and her parents in 1880.
There is a NY Death record for Margaret Rundle, b. c. 1872, died 12 Feb 1931 in Bronx, NY. This fits becaus in 1940 William is a widower and is listed as living in New York City in 1935. I can’t find the couple in 1930, but it seems as if they may have been living in NY at that time.

v. Lucy Rundle b. 18 Oct 1870 in Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,80, ,51 baptized Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope Methodist, Morris, NJ,80 d. 10 Apr 1886 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,94 buried Rockaway Presb. in Rockaway,Morris, NJ.94,53
vi. Elmer Rundle b. 27 Jan 1872 in Mt. Hope, Morris, New Jersey,80,51,78 baptized Jun 1872 in Mt. Hope Methodist, Mt. Hope, Morris, NJ,80 d. 6 Aug 1900 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, buried 8 Aug 1900 in Rockaway Presbyterian Cem, Rockaway, NJ, ,53 occupation Factory worker. Name in parish registers is listed as Elmira.
In late 1890’s Elmer was on the Wallingford Baseball team with brother Charles.
In 1900, Elmer was living in Wallingford with his parents.
In June 1900 there was a newspaper report that Elmer, who was undergoing treatment at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT was “improved”, however he then passed away in St. Francis in August of that year. There was a notice in the newspaper on Aug 3, 1900 that Elmer’s condition had become very serious and that his parents were summoned to Hartford.
Burial records says “died in Hartford, CT, age 28 years, 6 months”.
Funeral services were held at the Baptist Church in Wallingford before the remains were shipped to Rockaway for burial.
vii. John Charles Rundle b. 9 Jul 1873 in New Jersey,94, ,51,78, d. 13 Nov 1953 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,87 buried in North Main ST. Wallingford,CT,85 resided 411 Center ST. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, occupation Factory worker,Int.Silver.97 He seemed go by the name “Charles Rundle”.
Never married, bought (built?) house at 411 Center St., lived with Mother, sister Nettie and Nettie’s husband Ben Farrow.
At the time of his draft registration he was listed as a “filer” at the Marlin Rockwell Corp. (Gun Mfg.)
Charles was very athletic and involved in the Wallingford Baseball Association.
In 1900, J. Charles was living with his parents, brother and sister in Wallingford.
In 1930, J. Charles lived with his widowed sister Nettie and her son at 411 Center St. in Wallingford.
On draft documents he is listed as being of Medium height, Stout build, having Blue eyes and brown hair.
viii. George Clark Rundle b. 14 Nov 1876 in Mount Hope, Morris, New Jersey,96,51,78, , ,97 d. 16 Jul 1935 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,79 buried Holy Trinity in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,79 resided 326 N.Colony in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, occupation Paver,Railroad,Fireman.98,99 Twin of Nettie Rundle. According to Ben Farrow, George’s mother did not approve of him marrying a Catholic. Said “George can come home anytime, if he leaves that Catholic girl”
In Feb 1896 won the White Rose pool Tournament.
On 23 Oct 1899, there is an item in the New Haven Register saying that George Rundle and bride were just returned from their wedding trip and will be living on Colony St.
In 1900 the couple lived with Jen’s parents and brother in Wallingford.
In 1910 the family lived at 326 No. Colony with Jen’s parents. George owned his own concrete company.
In 1918, George and Jen lived at 326 No. Colony St, Wallingford, CT. George was listed as working for a gun mfg.
In 1920 the family still lived at 326 No. Colony. Jen’s father was deceased. Her mother was not with them.
In 1930, the family was living at 144 Church St. George is listed in census as working at the Roller Paper Mill. Jen’s mother lived with them.
George’s draft registration lists him as being of short height, medium build, with Blue eyes and brown hair.

He was married to Jane (Jennie) Claire Smith, on Oct 1899 in Holy Trinity, New Haven, Wallingford,CT,98,97 b. 7 Jul 1880 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, ,78,98,99,97, (daughter of Charles Edward Smith [1844 – 1910] and Margaret “Maggie” E. Wrynn [1857 – 1934]), baptized Holy Trinity in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, d. 22 Sep 1966 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,87,79 buried Holy Trinity Ce in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,79 resided 144 Church St. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, occupation Housewife. Jane: Jen entered the Convent School in Baltic in Nov 1892. In June 1893, there is a newspaper announcement that Mr and Mrs Charles Smith and their daughter Jen had returned from attending the Baltic Academy commencement in Baltic, CT. The Academy of the Holy Family is a private, Roman Catholic, all-girls high school in Baltic, Connecticut. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich.

In 1900, Jennie was age 19, she and husband, George Rundle, were living with her parents in Wallingford.

In 1910 Jen is listed as having given birth to 5 children with four alive.
SS#042-44-6117 “Grandma Jen” was an active member of Holy Trinity Parish in Wallingford.

ix. NettieBelle Rundle b. 14 Nov 1876 in New Jersey,76,51,78,97 d. 20 Aug 1951 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT,85 buried in North Main St.,Wallingford,CT, resided 411 Center St. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.97 Twin of George Clark Rundle.
In 1900, Nettie was single and living with parents in Wallingford.

She was married to Charles Benford Farrow, on c. 1906,98,97 b. in Canada,86 buried in North Main St.,Wallingford,CT, resided 411 Center St. in Wallingford, New Haven, CT, d. pre 1920 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.86,99 Charles: Charles was not living with the family at the time of the 1910 Census, however Nettie is not listed as a widow. She is listed as a widow in 1920.

24. William7 Whitehair (Mary6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Matthew3, Matthew2, John1), b. 1821 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6,24,30, , ,66, ,44 baptized 25 Dec 1821 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,6 occupation Blacksmith.103,104 In 1841, William was living with his parents and working as a Blacksmith like his father.
In 1851, William and Mary Ann lived in St. Just. William was working as a Blacksmith.
In 1861, the family lived in St. Austell. William was a Blacksmith.
In 1871 throgh 1891, the family lived in Calstock, Cornwall. William worked as Blacksmith at a mine.
In 1881, son John, daughter Mary and Mary’s husband and child, lived with William and Mary.
In 1891, William and Mary lived alone in Calstock.
In 1901, William was a widower and living with son, John, and his family in Devon.

Although the family lived in different locations, all of the children seem to have been born in St. Mewan.

He was married to Mary Ann Daniel, on 18 Jul 1846 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,4 b. c. 1821 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, England,6,30,102,103,66,104 d. pre 1901. Mary:.

Children:
i. William8 Whitehair Jr b. c. 1848 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,30,102 occupation Blacksmith.102 In 1861, William was 12 years old and working as Blacksmith assistant for his father.
ii. John Whitehair b. c. 1855 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,102,103,66 occupation Blacksmith.66,44 Two of John’s children were born in Charter Towers, Queensland, Australia between about 1891 and 1893.

He was married to Lucy (maiden name unknown) Whitehair, b. c. 1857 in Tavistock, Devon, England.44

iii. Joseph Whitehair b. c. 1856 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England.102,103
iv. Mary Ann Whitehair b. c. 1859 in St. Mewan, Cornwall, England,102,103,66. In 1881, Mary Ann and John lived with her parents.

She was married to Josiah Collicott, b. c. 1859 in Calstock, Cornwall, England,66 occupation Copper Miner.66

Information continued on Rundle of St. Neot page

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