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from the Church of St. Blaise, St. Blazey

Transcribed by Julia Mosman, OPC,
for the St. Austell Genealogy & History website

General Note: when the recorder wrote "Ch Town" it was unclear if they meant Charlestown or Church Town. That designation was retained, and you can interpret what was meant. If the recorder wrote "Church Town" or "St. Blazey", they're shown as "St. Blazey C.T.".

1710 - 1750
1750 - 1799
1800 - 1813
1813 - June, 1837

LDS images "Baptisms,Marriages, Burials 1710-1812" were used to 1794, then changed to Burials, 1767 to 1813. These pages were headed " A true and faithful copy of the register of St. Blazey of those persons buried in woollen only..."; however, some pages did not have all the information contained in the originals, such as "son of" and both parent's names.

St. Blazey Family History Project

A compilation of birth, marriage, and death records, approximately 1815-1837, created by Wesley Johnson. The data may be very valuable, as long as one remembers that Wesley has formed individuals into family groups using census data, etc. He does not guarantee the groupings are infallible, however.


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