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Looking For Ellacott of Wales and Cornwall

Journal by trefore

My father, Kenneth John Ellacott was born in Pontypridd, Wales. His father, whom I did not know was apparrantly born in Cornwall and was an engineer in the tin mining industry. He went to the coal mines of Wales when the tin dried up.

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on 2007-10-24 08:48:13

trefore , from Brisbane, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Oct 2007. is researching the following names: ELLACOTT, OGDEN, THOMAS and 3 other(s).

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by allycat on 2007-10-24 09:12:32

Do you know your grandparents names?

Search for Cornwall in the top right-hand corner of this website and go through the 30 odd links regarding Cornwall.

Check out FamilySearch it seems that there are records of the ELLACOTT surname going back to the 1500s Devon England and quite a few records for ELLACOTT family members in Glamorgan, Wales.

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by ismason on 2011-08-18 10:08:16

sombody rang me from cornwell obout 2007 -8 and advised me that they knew of me i came from scotland and have been here for many years i was to return however i did not i was i a car accident and it appears some of my information may have been compromised my name being isabelle mason stewart akka mary stewart i went to ballarat high school and i remember uncle john uncle george and i am aware there may be a brother i went to school with the fletchers stevens peter adrian barnes i knew a lot of scotts already here if somebody will help me trace my tree i would apprieciate it i was very young when i came here and very shy and lonely i married a boy with the surname phillips my life has been sad but not unhappy i was very young when i had my first child unfortunately she is deceased i have two others someone has it seems may have compromised my infomation and if it can be rectified i would apprieciative so if someone could link me would be helpfull

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