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Re: I have Learned The Following About My Grandfather, Patrick Dingle
Posted by: Robert L. Dingle Date: April 30, 2001 at 14:39:55
In Reply to: I have Learned The Following About My Grandfather, Patrick Dingle by Mary Beth Dingle Hunnewell of 352

I must have your email wrong as I tried to send one and it was't delivered. Iwas sending an attachment of a map of cornwall which I will be visiting before years end to see some of mf kin in Englan. Your husband chuck had a posting and ask about counties and cities there. I will do some genealogy work in Breighton and in St blazeyand a few others. St Miniver, Illogam, St Erth, and Padstow are on the west cost. There seems to have lost of travel between these places and Ireland in the 1700s. John Dingle born 22 feb. 1934 in Kerwin Parish and was maried in 1757 to mary Brown who was christened in ST erme Parish in 19 june 1738. They tried three times to have a child named peter the thire time it lived. He was born 8 december 1777. We knoiw nothing of him but he is not connected to our peter dingles. Its possible that he could have had a son named peter born between 1795 to 1827.If he had a son named peter he could have been born in the time period you state. Not much definite help but a good theory since they werew determine to have a peter.

yours Robert L. Dingle ding2222@lycos.com


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