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Caddy Cornwall St Just/ St Hilary

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Re: Caddy Cornwall St Just/ St Hilary

Posted: 20 Sep 2011 11:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Trewenneck/Caddy/Orchard/Bice
Thank you all for the information so far. Very mysterious. The Trewenneck's (sp?)
arrived in Adelaide in 1852. There was a brother, Henry and his sister Elizabeth, both of whom came with spouses and families. It gets really interesting with Elizabeth being married to her first cousin John Henry.
Plain Henry was a blacksmith and John Henry was a potter. They all had lots of children, some of whom intermarried with their cousins and also married other Cornish families in SA, Orchards, Landaff Mathews, Bice, Pappin and Purton. The Caddy name pops up at least 3 times as a middle name for boys in both Plain Henry and John Henry's children.
I am still curious to know where it came from? One of the Mothers' mothers perhaps?
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
ClaireGreen29 8 Aug 2008 9:03PM GMT 
raycaddy1 30 Sep 2008 2:32PM GMT 
beachnanna 28 May 2010 6:26AM GMT 
maxfishermoto... 20 Sep 2011 1:09AM GMT 
ClaireGreen29 20 Sep 2011 5:21PM GMT 
RobertAlunChi... 31 Oct 2013 1:02PM GMT 
skyscraper201... 11 Sep 2011 12:41PM GMT 
ClaireGreen29 11 Sep 2011 10:01PM GMT 
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beachnanna 21 Sep 2011 5:15AM GMT 
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