- 1941 Submit Photo / Document
Has 46 ancestors but no descendants in this family tree.
||Clara Edith Euphemia Williams |
||Dunveth, St. Breock, Cornwall, England
||St. Breock, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
||14 Mar 1941
||Hillside, Truro, Cornwall, England
||16 Mar 1941
||Truro, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
|| Submit Headstone Photo |
- Clara never married but farmed with her two elder brothers until their deaths
in 1914. Durind the first war Clara moved in with her sister Emma and brother in
Richard Magor. She stayed with this couple till Richard's death and then with
Emma until her death.
In the "Doidge's Annual of 1887" for the western counties, on page 189 is the
start of a [Third prize tale for 1887]. It is called "The Heroine of Holyrood
Terrace; or, The Results of an Accident on Plymouth Hoe," by Amy Torre, of
Wadebridge. Amy Torre was Clara Edith Euphemia Williams.
||18 Jun 2004 |
|| John Williams, b. 1817, Dunveth, St. Breock, Cornwall, England , d. 18 Jun 1889, Dunveth, St. Breock, Cornwall, England (Age 72 years) |
|| Mary Magor, b. 1821, Parish, Lansallos Barton, Cornwall, England , d. 24 Jun 1896, Dunveth, St. Breock, Cornwall, England (Age 75 years) |
||St. Breock, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart