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The MULLEN - PEARCE family

The following details of the MULLEN - PEARCE family have been researched by Sal Langley, great-niece of Thomas and 'Hettie'.

Email: Sal Langley

 


 

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GENUKI
Cornwall / Calstock

Calstock Archive Trust.

 
Thomas Gilbert ('George') MULLEN

grandson of William and Elizabeth Jane HOSKIN, who married in Calstock in 1869.

born 1898

married Frances Harriet ('Hettie') PEARCE in the 2nd Quarter of 1924 in the Tavistock Registration District

became a Gold Miner at Britannia Mines, British Columbia.

died 1949

Frances Harriet ('Hettie') PEARCE

daughter of John and Minnie PEARCE of Calstock/Gunnislake

born c 1901

Siblings included:-

  1. John Henry, baptised 15 May 1891, All Saints, Calstock, height abt 5' 8", hair dark/bro, eyes grey/hazel, complexion fresh/fair, tattooed in several places, born 15 Sep 1890? (naval record available)

  2. Arnold Percy, baptised 26 Jul 1892, All Saints Harrowbarrow. Height abt 5' 8", dark brown hair, grey eyes, dark complexion, born 1 Mar 1890? (naval record available)

  3. William Henry, baptised 28 Sep 1894, St Annes Gunnislake. Height 5' 9", hair brn, blue eyes, fair complexion, born 16 Jul 1890? (naval record available)

  4. possibly Thomas Henry born 17 Feb 1896, height 5' 2", fair hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion (naval record available)

  5. Stanley Thomas baptised 18 Jun 1897, St Annes Gunnislake

  6. Minnie baptised 17 Oct 1899, Albaston BC Chapel

  7. Vera born c 1904

  8. Elizabeth Doris born 1907

  9. Edith born 1908

  10. Gladys born 1913

(Did anyone give their correct date of birth when joining the navy?)

EMIGRATION

Extracted from the Passenger List of S.S.Ausonia, part of the Cunard Line, which departed Southampton for Quebec Montreal on 10 October 1925

MULLEN , Thos (a 27-year-old miner) and MULLEN, Hettie (a 23-year-old H'wf), of Gunnislake Cornwall.

His last permanent place of residence is given as 'Other Parts of the British Empire', hers as England. For both of them, the Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence is stated as Canada.

 

SUMMARY OF BRITISH AND ALIEN PASSENGERS
 
NATIONALITIES NUMBER OF PERSONS
 
 
Adults of 12 years and upward
 
Children between
1 and 12 years
Infants
Accompanied by
Husband or Wife
 
Single, or unaccompanied
by Husband or Wife
 
Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females
British Subjects 23 23 58
59
95
93
13 20 3 2
Aliens { Transmigrants 3 3 17 22 9 3 - 2
Non-transmigrants 1 1 4
3
6 - - - -
                 
Total 27 27 79 121
123
22 23 3 4
        Scale? Equal to
S------? Adults
(in pencil: 308 B.N.A.)
  Total Number of Adults ...      ...      ...     ...      ...      ...      ... 256 256
  Total Number of Children between 1 and 12 years ...     ... 45 27
  Total Number of Infants ...      ...      ....     ...      ... 7 -
  Grand Total ......... 308 283
               

We hereby Certify that the above is a correct List of the Names and Descriptions of all the passengers who embarked
at the Port of Southampton.

Signed  Geo Gibbons  Master.
O A Barrand  Emigration Officer.

Countersigned    W Boke?  Officer of Customs at (Blank)

Date stamped Customs House Southampton, 12 October 1925
 

 
 

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