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for the Cornish Parish of St Stithians

Parish Registers
Births 1676 - 1900 Exp.
Marriages 1614 - 1900
Deaths 1676 - 1900 Exp.

Subsidies, Musters & Surveys
Survey 1522
Subsidy 1524-5
Tinner's Muster 1535 Subsidy 1543

Muster 1569
Voters List 1834

Taxes and Oaths
Poll Tax 1660
Protestation Return 1641
Hearth Tax 1664

Non-Conformist Records
Methodist
Quaker
Wesleyan

Photo Gallery Expanded

Signatures New

Census Records

Stithians Parish Map

Stithians Place Names

Cornwall Parish Map

Interesting Links

Stithians Notes & Queries

 

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 St Stithians
 

    My name is Michael Bath. I'm the Online Parish Clerk for St Stithians. Though I'm a third generation Canadian my antecedants spent about two centuries living, working and dying within the boundries of St Stithians and had been present in Cornwall from the early sixteenth century. As others have been so generous in assisting me in tracing my lineage I hope to give something back by helping others.

      Marriages and burials are now complete to 1900 from the existing, legible registers. As of Oct. 2009 baptisms are completed to 1900. As of Dec. 2009 baptisms and burials from 1676 from the Bishop's Transcripts have been added. I'll continue to add further information as it becomes available.   

      Should you have a story to tell, questions to ask, or information to relate, about St Stithians and its ancient residents, please feel free to write. I'm particularly looking for old photos to add to the Photo Gallery.

   Feb. 8, 2009 - Belerion books has announced the release of 3 CDs, "The Martin Family of Stithians in Cornwall", "Stithians Families 1" and "Stithians Families 2", by Edward Martin, the renowned genealogist.  This body of work details the lineages of the major families of Stithians, including the following names:

 Martin, Bath, Bishop, Dunston/Dunstan, Gill, Morton, Odger, Pearce, Penhalurick, Reed, Spargo, Andrew, Coode, Knuckey, Oppy, Phillips, Polsue/Polzew/Polsew, Sarah, Trelease, Trevena, Treweek, Veale, White, Williams, Winsor and many other names of people who married into these lines. 

 Together they comprise an indispensible resource for anyone doing family research in this parish. A must have!!

          Follow this link to Belerion Books to order your copy:   Stithians Families