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hello, looking for information about Edward Whitta Wade and Whitta Wade from town of St. Agnes. Thank you for any assistance.

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on 2012-07-10 23:10:42

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by ALV on 2012-07-10 23:47:29

Is this St Agnes, Cornwall? Any year? Is Whitta son or father?

by lyss on 2012-07-11 10:03:23

Yes,it is St Agnes,Cornwall. Edward W Wade (1620-1675) the son. Married to Grace Wycles (1619-1698). Edward and Grace had a son- Gideon W Wade (1650-1710). We believe Edward's father was named Whitta Wade (1595-1645).
We do not know the name of Gideon W Wade's wife.
Thank you so very much for your interest.
Kindest regards,Missy

by ALV on 2012-07-12 01:33:22

Looking into this it seems that Edward was known as Edward Whitta as well as Edward Whitta Wade.

First try this site EDWARD WHITTA married GRACE WYCLES

Otherwise try contacting the Cornwall OPC for Perranzabuloe Parish BLANCHE CHARLES. St Agnes was part of the Perranzabuloe Parish until 1846. She might have some idea on how to progress

Best of luck.:)

by ALV on 2012-07-12 01:36:30

Sorry the link for Blanche Charles doesn't work - here is her email addy [email protected]

Also here is the Perranzabuloe OPC webpage.

by lyss on 2012-07-12 10:23:14

Dear Alv,
Thank you so very much for your assistance and so quickly!! If you ever visit
Louisiana,USA you must visit!! Kindest regards,Missy

by Janet10 on 2012-08-05 21:11:37

Hello Missy
Have you tried to discover the trade or work your Wades did?
Many miners migrated from Cornwall when the mines gradually closed when tin was cheaper mined in other countries. St Agnes had mines, and my own family had miners from there. I've also discovered that many families became itinerant travellers in their quest for mining jobs in Cornwall. If I can help in any way please get back to me at
[email protected]
Good luck

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