Jodie Emmons in California, USA at 14:44:6 Wednesday August 25 99
I visited Cornwall in 1997 and had a wonderful time. I stayed in Penzance and traveled by bus to the towns nearby. I hope to return one day.
Lorna Bell in Western Australia at 12:53:37 Wednesday August 25 99
Love your new idea. I am Bill Bell's wife,
he and Lyn Schryver told me to have a look
at the new toy. This looks good. Bill and
I both have our own internet we have lots of
fun in our old age. Lorna
Don and Jude Ripper in Sale, Victoria, Australia at 12:26:29 Tuesday August 24 99
G.G.Grandson of Edwin Ripper and Priscilla Kendall of Redruth - emigrated to Adelaide on the
"Lysander" arriving 1851. The tracible Ripper line runs out in about 1490 around Breage and
Crowall. Always on the lookout for more cousins.
Alan the page and its links are great
Rachael Hawken in Down and out in Redruth and
Camborne. at 1:46:47 Tuesday August 24 99
Hey Alan...visit my so-called page if you like. I like in Brea, Redruth ( nr
S.Crofty). Know it? I would've joined your webring, but I don't think you'd approve of my site. Not that's there's anything bad about it, mind. It's just a personal thing. Oh well, have a look at it, cause I need to increase traffic. Take care, love R xxx
Allen Pellymounter in San Diego, California at 0:44:42 Tuesday August 24 99
'Just got back from Cornwall Saturday after spending one week at the Trinity House Cottages at Lands End (Eclipse Chasing) and a second week at St. Blazy Gate with
reletives. We spent some time seeking out our family heritage.
Paul Holt in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at 10:9:53 Monday August 23 99
An excellet site, keep up the good work.
I am originally from Truro, but now live in Riyadh. it is good to see Cornwall is kept on the map.
Ann Langdon in Wasilla, Alaska at 0:39:0 Monday August 23 99
My Langdon ancestors came to New York in the 1600's. When I found that the name "Langdon" was first recorded in Cornwall, I was thrilled that my people might have Cornish roots but wondered whether they were truly Cornish or transplanted Englishmen. I have heard that the name is Old English, meaning "Long Hill" but have also heard that it is Cornish, meaning, "Church Town." I am hoping for more information on the name, and in the meantime I am having a great deal of fun following the Cornish on the internet. Thank you for this website.
Jack hayes in Wales at 15:19:50 Sunday August 22 99
Nice setup, and thank you for a great site.
Jack Researching Wellington's (Cornwall)
lawrence dow in oakland California USA at 4:8:57 Sunday August 22 99
Have you ever heard of a name like Dow in
your studies of Cornish, Breton, Welsh; we
know we are from UK but don't know where.
Your website is much appreciated. The
resurgence of the Cornish language is great!
Helen Bohl in Swartz Creek Michigan at 20:17:38 Saturday August 21 99
Just found your site.I"m new at all this,enjoing finding Cornish Pages. My gggrandfather was born in St.Ives,John Huthnance and Elizabeth James,they moved to Camborne where my gggrandfather was born-John
Huthnance. He Married GRace Roskilly and had a daughter Elizabeth Mary who married
Trestrail, then John Huthnance married Grace Eva,they had 10 children with my g grandfather Jorn Henry was the oldest.Other relatives may have moved to Australia and New
Zeland. I'm trying to trace them.
MARGARET ANNE BROKENSHIRE in ALLENTOWN PENNA USA at 19:41:57 Saturday August 21 99
I HAVE MANY RELATIVES THERE SURNAMES BOOKMAN AND BROKENSHIREGRANDPARENTS BORN IN MT CARMEL PENNA USA NEED A LITTLE ASSISTANCE MY G GRANDFATHER WAS NICHOLAS BROKENSHIRE GRANDFATHER THOMAS BROKENSHIRE DAD WILLIAM IS STILL WITH US BEAUTIFUL PLACE CORNWALL
Jacqueline Pearce Downen in Borrego Springs, California at 18:18:26 Saturday August 21 99
Had a lovely visit to Cornwall, 1983, what a beautiful place. my Ancestors are from there supposed to have been there for 150
years..Pearce, Osborne, Furse, Williams, Waters...to name a few...hope to return. Love your web site. Thank you, Jackie Pearce Downen
Shannon Chenoweth Graham in Jefferson City, Missouri USA at 1:21:11 Saturday August 21 99
Cornwall is the land of our ancestors the Chynouth. We are enjoying all things Cornish until we can get to the real thing.
Sue Walther in
Wymondham, Norfolk, UK at 22:36:59 Friday August 20 99
Like the photos. Last time I crossed on the King Harry, there was a dinghy nearby upturned in the mud, called
Katherine Russell-Richard in Canada at 1:39:10 Thursday August 19 99
Nice website. Made my day. Born in Redruth
in 1945. Family still in Cornwall. Maybe they
will see this note. If they do Hi one and all.
Iain in Crewe, Cheshire at 0:51:59 Thursday August 19 99
I am looking for anyone with the connected surname Dawe who may have been related to my GGGrandfather George H
Dawe, who married Selena in Stoke Climsland and had a son Frederick W Dawe in 1871.
Any information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
John c. Carbis in The Royal Hospital at Chelsea at 18:56:37 Wednesday August 18 99
Very good and thanks from one Cornish person to another.
I'm still trying to put the Carbis web site together and then on the air.
Stuart Bray in Portsmouth, Hants (originally from
Helston) at 17:12:46 Tuesday August 17 99
Great page and some lovely pictures.
Bob & Irene POLKINGHORNE in Hamilton NEW ZEALAND at 4:10:25 Tuesday August 17 99
Where are all the POLKINGHORNE'S, we have just recently got a computer an this is a great way to reach people and learn about all the other Cornish Cousins. Looking for Polkinghorne's from
Breage, Crowan, Gwinear,
St Erth. Some of our lot went to Australia and then to N.Z. William, William James. !! Email us if you know of any. Great Site.
Marion Howard in Wisconsin, USA at 22:9:58 Monday August 16 99
I'm looking for descendants of William and Martha Northey Painter (Paynter) who lived in Gwennap area early 1800's. Their son William came to Wisconsin about 1853.
Paul Jack in George Town, Tasmania. at 13:12:21 Monday August 16 99
Great site Alan, found it when just looking for a site on Cornwall since finding I had Cornish heritage quite a way back. Keep it up!