Extracts from the Registers for the Parish of Mary Tavy
1806 - John Jenkin and Ann Mouls, both of Mary Tavy, by banns 20th December 1806.
John signed, but Ann made her mark. Witnessed by James Francis and Thomas Morgan Webb.
1809 - John Godsworthy, miner, and Ann Jenkins, widow, both of Mary Tavy, by banns 17 June 1809
John signed, but Ann made her mark. Witnessed by George Thomas and Thomas Morgan Webb.
25 October 1807 John s. of John and Ann Jenkin.
1 April 1810 Ann d. of John and Ann Goldsworthy.
26 November 1815 Margaret d. of John and Ann Goldsworthy of Blackdown, a blind miner.
6 July 1818 Elizabeth d. of John and Ann Goldsworthy of Brixwall, Blind miner.
15 April 1825 Thomas s. of John and Ann Goldsworthy of Brixwalls, Blind miner.
Burial - 1808
John Jenkin, miner 24 December 1808.
John Jenkin. 24 December 1808.
Therefore the two John Jenkin burials were of father and son.
John Godsworthy aged 77 died in Mary Tavy 5 January 1851.
There were no Goldsworthys in Mary Tavy on Sunday 30 March.