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Stephen(in) Bawden & Elizabeth Jelbert

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Stephen(in) Bawden & Elizabeth Jelbert

Posted: 16 May 2007 1:13PM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Surnames: BAWDEN, JELBERT, GILBERT, REYNOLDS, VIVIAN, KITTO, DENNIS, KNOTWELL
I am from their oldest son Stephen b 6 April 1812, ch 25 April 1813 in Redruth, Cornwall, UK.
Stephen and Elizabeth Jelbert (nee Gilbert): married in Redruth 17 August 1809. He was a blacksmith and victualler at Redruth Inn on E. Fore St. (census) and was christened 19 May 1755 in Perranuthnoe, Cornwall.
His parents: Stephen and Lucretia (no maiden) married 14 October 1754
a. Stephen ch 19 May 1755 who married Elizabeth Jelbert [Gilbert]
b. Elizabeth ch 5 November 1756
c. Jane ch 16 April 1759
Stephen and Elizabeth Jelbert (Gilbert) married 17 August 1809 in Redruth, Cornwall. She was born 1 June 1791 and died 2 April 1851 in Redruth.
Her parents: Richard Gilbert b 24 October 1763 in Illogan, Cornwall, married 4 January 1789 in Redruth to Elizabeth Reynolds who was born 26 December 1765 in Redruth. Richard and Elizabeth Reynolds Gilbert also had a son Richard Gilbert born 1 November 1789 in Redruth.
Richard’s parents were Edward Gilbert and Anne Rogers (no info on either). Elizabeth Reynold’s parents were Wm Reynolds and Joan (no maiden?)
Stephen and Elizabeth Jelbert Bawden had, in Redruth:
1. Stephen - b 6 April 1812, ch 25 April 1813, married Mary Terrill born 8 April 1817 in Redruth, dtr of Samuel and Mary Hough Terrill of Redruth.
2. Harriet – ch 5 March 1815 – possibly housekeeper (June 1870 US census) for English couple in Franklin Twnshp, Naughton Cnty, MI; 23-yo miner Matthew H. Dennis, 22-yo wife Eliza Jane and 1-mo son William John.
3. Edwin - ch 30 March 1817. Joined gold rush to Alaska, mined gold for wife’s ring, married Elizabeth Kitto(e) in Redruth against her father’s wishes – not in same “station”, came to Mineral Point / Linden (US) and set up blacksmith shop. They had 5 children. Edwin / Edward died of horse kick in the head in early 40 yo.
4. John- ch 18 April 1819 no info
5. Henry - ch 1 April 1821 no info
6. Elizabeth – ch 15 March 1823: came to US (no date) as part of brother Stephen’s (1 above) household in 1860. It is not known if she came with Stephen and Mary but 1860 federal census says she was part of his household. She was married and divorced at this point. She came with dtr.
7. Caroline – ch 5 October 1825. Married Thos Vivian b. 1826 in Redruth. Dtr Caroline Bawden Vivian married John Henry Harris
8. Matilda – ch 19 July 1830. Came to US (no date) possibly with sister Elizabeth. 1860 federal census says she was part of brother Stephen’s household in Rockingham Twnshp. She married Mr. Knotwell (no name, no date or location) and they had a child named M B Knotwell (Oakdale Memorial Gardens database). I'm guessing by the history of naming children, it was probably a dtr named Matilda Bawden Knotwell. The child (no gender in the records) died at 5 yrs of brain fever (cholera) and is buried with grandparents Stephen and Mary. There is no burial info for Matilda or Knotwell in Oakdale.
I'd love to trade info with anyone.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
bawdengenes 16 May 2007 7:13PM GMT 
genea102 3 Oct 2007 5:49AM GMT 
bawdengenes 3 Oct 2007 4:03PM GMT 
Bawden4 23 Feb 2008 1:40AM GMT 
Bawden4 23 Feb 2008 1:44AM GMT 
genea102 23 Feb 2008 6:35AM GMT 
johntyner2001 27 Jan 2009 2:22PM GMT 
Bawden4 27 Jul 2011 7:44PM GMT 
Bawden4 14 May 2014 12:47AM GMT 
johntyner2001 16 May 2014 8:09PM GMT 
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