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Robard Traweek: where was he born?

Journal by durward

I have in my research that he was born in Cornwall County, England. Where in Cornwall County?

Surnames: TRAWEEK
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on 2007-07-09 19:54:06

durward has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2007. is researching the following names: TRAWEEK, STOCKMAN.

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by carlyvevers on 2010-02-18 15:34:14

What year? i have a traweek somewhere on my family tree and most my family are from cornwall

by allycat on 2010-02-18 16:19:31

Cornwall Online Parish Clerks

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by durward on 2010-02-18 18:56:54

Robarde Traweek, dob: 13 Nov 1668; death: 1730 on HMS Plymouth out of England; married to Elinor Hall who died the same year. I have 2 sons listed: Robert Traweek born 1700 in Stafford Co., Virginia AND George Traweek born about 1709 in Virginia

by patricialee on 2010-08-15 13:26:06

I also found robert trawick b.1700 est. died in 1788 onslow co , n.c. is there any info before robard traweek b. 1668. cornwall co. england ?

by vwatson on 2019-06-10 21:09:10

I have a parish record for Robert Traweek marrying Elinor Hall 13 Nov 1668 Shadwell, Middlesex, England. Middlesex is now London. I can't find any parish records for a Robarde Traweek born in England. I can't find any parish record for Robert Traweek marrying Eleanor Hall in London in 1698 and the daughter of Frances Hall.

I do have a copy of a Canterbuy Prerogative court record will showing Robert Traweek, mariner, dying in Virginia; he was attached to the HMS Plymouth. He left his property to his son George. In the will dated 10 May 1729, Robert is listed as "widower." The will does not mention a wife's name, but George is left in the guardianship of Thomas Bignall after the death on 17 August 1730 (this date is inferred as it the one given for George's being a guardian).

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