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Uglows in Tremaine

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The origin of name is believed to be 'Farm of a stone' (O.J.Padel). The village is situated in North Cornwall near the Devonshire border. The nearest villages are Warbstow, Treneglos and Tresmeer.

Population:

1841 107
1991 75
1998 100

Statistics: 1057 acres of land, 5 of water - more statistics here!

Maps


Tremaine is north of Launceston

1. The whole of Cornwall
2. Here is a wonderful map to get you to Tremaine - you can change the scale as well as get the local weather and cinema listings!

Family 1: George and Elizabeth Mark

George marries Elizabeth Mark in 1752 in Jacobstow and they start their family in Tremaine but are predominantly a  Week St Mary family where they have another 6 children - Family 1a

  • Nicholas 1777 (a later child of George and Elizabeth born in Week St Mary) marries  Mary Bridgman in the village in 1808

Miscellaneous

  • 1796 Edward 1775 marries Margery Hoskyn (1776-1827) and buried in Jacobstow) in Tremaine
    • Their first daughter, Ann, is born in Tremaine but the family is raised in Jacobstow - Family 3c.
  • 1825 Edward 1803 marries Mary Ebbott in the village
  • 1837 George 1812 from Warbstow marries Mary Jenkins in the village
  • 1845 Thomas 1822 marries Arminel Metherell in the village

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