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James GOLDSWORTHY
Elizabeth RULE
Francis CARVOSOW
(1756-1796)
Elizabeth HONEY
(1729-)
Thomas GOLDSWORTHY
(1797-)
Elizabeth CARVOSOW
(1795-)
Martin GOLDSWORTHY
(1823-1860)

 

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Mary KNEEBONE

Martin GOLDSWORTHY 42,510

  • Born: 1823, Redruth, Cornwall, England 42,510
  • Christened: 2 Feb 1823, Redruth, Cornwall, England 42
  • Marriage: Mary KNEEBONE on 11 Jul 1844 in North Country, Redruth, Cornwall, England 42,510,515
  • Died: 1860, Brazil, South America at age 37 42

bullet   Another name for Martin was Martin GOLDSWORTHY 42.,510

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bullet  General Notes:

[Goldsworthy-Kneebone.FBK]
Dead by Dec 1875 - at time of Williams wedding.
Seemingly dead by 1661 census, as his wife has a different name. Maybe died in Brazil
BRAZIL:
In 1807, Napoleon's army marched on Lisbon. Two days before the invasion, the Portuguese Prince Regent, later to become Dom João VI, set sail for Brazil. Soon after arriving, he made Rio de Janeiro the capital of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarve; Brazil became the only New World colony to serve as the seat of a European monarch. In 1822 the Prince Regent's son, Pedro, who had been left behind to rule the colony when his father returned to Portugal, pulled out his sword and yelled the battle cry 'Independência ou morte!' (independence or death). Portugal was too weak to fight its favorite son, so Brazil became an independent empire without spilling a drop of blood.
During the 19th century, coffee replaced sugar as Brazil's major export
When diamonds were discovered by alluvial gold miners in Brazil in 1725, Indian diamond sources were near exhaustion and European demand for the stone continued unabated. From 1730 to 1870 Brazil was the world's major source of diamonds. Indeed, mining in Brazil was so active that by the late 1730s production far exceeded demand, and diamond prices fell by as much as 70%. Beginning in 1850, production rose again, following the discovery of rich deposits in Bahia, but after 1861 it rapidly declined as deposits were depleted, leading to a great shortage of rough diamonds in the European cutting centers in the late 1860s
Cornwall & Devon: -Calendar of Wills Administrations and Accounts relating to the counties of Cornwall and Devon in the Consistorial Archidiaconal Court of Cornwall, 1700-1799
Archdeaconry of Cornwall, Wills and Administrations. Part 2, 1700-1799.
Anne, Who was Wife of Fulk Fitzwaryn, Son and Heir of Fulk Fitzwari
County: Cornwall
Country: England
Goldsworthy, Martin, Gwennap 1790
Cornwall & Devon: -Calendar of Wills Administrations and Accounts relating to the counties of Cornwall and Devon in the Consistorial Archidiaconal Court of Cornwall, 1700-1799
Archdeaconry of Cornwall, Wills and Administrations. Part 2, 1700-1799.
Anne, Who was Wife of Fulk Fitzwaryn, Son and Heir of Fulk Fitzwari
County: Cornwall
Country: England
Goldsworthy, Joseph, Gwennap 1789 42

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation. 42,510 Miner

• Residence, 1844. 42,510 'North Country'

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, Bef 1861. 42,510


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Martin married Mary KNEEBONE, daughter of Simon KNEEBONE and Jane DUNN, on 11 Jul 1844 in North Country, Redruth, Cornwall, England 42,510.,515 (Mary KNEEBONE was born in 1826 in Redruth, Cornwall, England 42.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

[Goldsworthy-Kneebone.FBK]

Witnesses Simon Kneebone and J C Corby 42

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