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PENBERTHY Thomas married Honor PATTEN 1773

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Thomas PENBERTHY and Honor PATTEN were married in Sithney, Cornwall on the 14 November 1773. Witnesses to the marriage were John PATTEN and William PASCOE.

Possible death for Thomas is 1810 in Helston, Cornwall, aged 66 years.
Buried 18 November 1810 in Halston.

Possible death for Honor is 1821 in Helston, Cornwall, aged 72 years.
Buried 21 January 1821 in Halston.


Eight children located Cornwall Baptism Records for Thomas and Honor.


[1]

Ann PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 20 September 1774, Sithney, Cornwall.
Died: -
Married: Thomas BROKENSHIRE.
Date: 12 April 1803.
Place: Helston, Cornwall.
See Post: Thomas BROKENSHIRE married Ann PENBERTHY 1803.


[2]

Mary PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 05 February 1776, Sithney, Cornwall.
Died: -


[3]

Jane PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 09 March 1777, Sithney, Cornwall.
Died: -


[4]

Elizabeth PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 08 January 1781, Wendron, Cornwall.
Died: 1786 Helston, Cornwall, aged 5 years.
Buried: 05 October 1786 in Helston, Cornwall.


[5]

Honor PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 30 January 1784, Helston, Cornwall.
Died: -


[6]

Elizabeth PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 25 January 1790, Helston, Cornwall.
Died: -


[7]

Amelia PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 19 January 1790, Wendron, Cornwall.
Died: -


[8]

Sarah PENBERTHY.
Baptised: 04 August 1793, Helston, Cornwall.
Died: -


Sources:

OPC Database.

Corrections and further details to help complete this family record would be appreciated. Thank you.

Surnames: BROKENSHIRE PASCOE PATTEN PENBERTHY
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