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Richard Penhallurick - Cornwall England
Posted by: Tiffany Salls Date: August 13, 2001 at 02:16:07
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Hello!

It was so great to find a message board for the Penhalluricks! I am just beginning my genealogical research. Primarily I use the Family History Centers and National Archive building in So California, USA.

Richard Penhallurick is my great great maternal grandfather. He married an English woman from a rich family in Cornwall England. They came over to the US. I am going to write more later, but I just wanted to send a message to see if anyone might have a Richard Penhallurick in their tree.

Boy its 2am here in California, so I am going to finish up this message and post a more detailed one later.

Just a few more tidbits:

When Richard Penhallurick and his wife moved to the US, they had several sons and daughters (tba). One of his sons, Martin Penhallurick, changed his name over the course of time. It now became Pennhallick. My grandmother carried the new last name from birth. Most of the family resided around the Moses Lake, Seattle, and Spokane areas of Washington, USA.

I'll be adding more later. Drop me a line. I am excited that there are a few Pennhalluricks out there active in the online genealogy world.

Til later,
Tiffany Salls


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