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County (historic)

Primary Place

Study started circa

Sub-places (e.g. hamlets) within study

Old photos of buildings/places

Old postcard views

Overview of Study

Old photos of past residents

Primary resources

Secondary resources

Electoral rolls/poll books

Website

Blog

Facebook page or group

Twitter

Additional source material to hand

Study owner

Population in 1881

Monumental inscriptions

Trade directories

Probate office summaries

Family histories

Obituary notices

Newspaper extracts

Will transcriptions

Tithe apportionment

Contact name (if different)

Contact email

Baptism registers date from

Burial registers date from

Marriages registers date from

Baptism transcriptions

Marriage transcriptions

Burial transcriptions

Parish Registers:





Census transcriptions:

1841

1851

1871

1861

1881

1891

1911

1901

Local history/timeline

Militia lists

Online / social media presence

Additional comments from study owner/contact

Current status

Look-up service for offline records?

Study registered

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The following study has been registered and is also on the Worldwide One-Place Study Register:


Cornwall

Online Parish Clerk scheme

Cornwall OPC


I am Online Parish Clerk for the Cornwall parishes of St. Ives, Halsetown and Towednack. My website also includes material covering all 14 ancient parishes of the West Penwith peninsular (see left).

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Towednack

A place study for local and family history research transcribing original and historical documents. Transcripts listed may be partial - this is a continuing study.








Rick Parsons

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Online


Offline

Online


Online



Online


Online



Online



Online



To do

To do

Online


Online


Online


1848


1677


1683

Online



Online


To do

To do



To do


Online

To do


Online


Online

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Online

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CornwallOPCs

@CornwallOPCs


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1998

Active



Priorities for 2014: To keep working at it!

Extensive - see website


05 Mar 2014

west.penwith@oneplacestudy.org


Yes


*The 1841-1891 census transcriptions are accessible via links provided to the Cornwall Online Census Project

© Graham Horn and licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Licence

Towednack One-Place Study