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ROWE Richard married Margery CARGEEG 1833

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Groom: Richard ROWE.
Bride: Margery CARGEEG.

Date married: 12 January 1833.
Place: Gulval, Cornwall, England.

Witness 1: William MAJOR.
Witness 2: John CARBIS.

Marriage note.
Margery recorded in the marriage records as Marjery CARGEEG.
CARGEEG also recorded as CARGEEGE.

Possible baptism for Margery is 22 October 1809 in Madron, Cornwall.
Baptism recorded as Margery CARGEEGE.
Father named as John.
Baptism note.
Place of baptism recorded OPC Datebase as Panzance.
This appears to be an error and should be Madron.

Margery's parents may have been John CARGEEG and Margery WILLIAMS
married 05 November 1804 in St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, but not confirmed.

Possible death for Margery is 1883.
Age: 74 years.
Buried: 23 December 1883, Gulval, Cornwall.
Residence: Trevarrack, Gulval, Cornwall.

Seven children located Cornwall Baptisms records for Richard and Margery.


Mary ROWE.
Baptised: 21 April 1833, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


Grace ROWE.
Baptised: 01 February 1835, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


John ROWE.
Baptised: 26 February 1837, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


Delia ROWE.
Baptised: 09 January 1839, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


Richard ROWE.
Baptised: 06 June 1841, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


Alexander ROWE.
Baptised: 19 May 1844, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -


William ROWE.
Baptised: 12 July 1846, Gulval, Cornwall.
Died: -

OPC Database.

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