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BROKENSHIRE Thomas married Ann PENBERTHY 1803

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Groom: Thomas BROKENSHIRE.
Bride: Ann PENBERTHY.

Date married: 12 April 1803.
Place: Helston, Cornwall, England.

Witness 1: Thomas PENBERTHY.
Witness 2: John. (Surname not recorded)

Ann died 1844 was buried in Tywardreath, Cornwall, on the 28 February 1844, aged 72 years. This gives her year of birth as circa 1872. Going back to the baptism records I find Ann PENBERTHY baptised on the 20 September 1774 at Sithney, Cornwall. Parents named as Thomas PENBERTHY and Honor.

See post: PENBERTHY Thomas married Honor PATTEN 1873

Nine Children located Cornwall Baptism Records for Thomas and Ann.

[1]

Amelia BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 22 April 1804 Luxinyan, Cornwall. *
Died: -

[2]

Sally BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 22 April 1804 Luxinyan, Cornwall. *
Died: -

[3]

William BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 29 December 1805 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[4]

Jenefer BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 16 April 1809 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[5]

Charles BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 14 October 1810 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[6]

James BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 07 February 1813 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[7]

Marianne BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 23 July 1814 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[8]

Elizabeth BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 09 September 1816. Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

[9]

John BROKENSHIRE.
Baptised: 14 February 1820 Luxinyan, Cornwall.
Died: -

* Amelia and Sally appear to be twins.

Sources:
OPC Database.

JN 33084

Surnames: 33084 BROKENSHIRE PATTEN PENBERTHY
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