Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Blake family at St Erney near Landrake, Cornwall

The first Blake family to look at in Cornwall will be the family at St E[a]rney and Landrake. The property which they owned there became the property of Francis O’Dogherty, Esquire and he inherited the property from his Blake ancestors. This will be in three parts with this first section being a look at the information that I found on the Blake family at St Erney.This represents the lion's share of my work this past month although I haven't worked away at it for very much of that time.

Thomazin Blake daughter of Philip Blake and Joan Palmer (d/o of John Palmer) baptized 17 Jul 1806; Philip Blake O’Dogherty, 25, of St Erney, bachelor, yeoman, son of Francis Blake O’Dogherty (will probated in 1828 and found online as a transcription: http://www.cornwall-opc.org/Par_new/l_m/pdfs/landrake_will_odogherty.pdf ), gentleman and Thomazine Blake, 35, of Landrake, spinster, daughter of Philip Blake, Gentleman married 2 Aug 1842; witnesses: Betsy Trewens and T Blake.

One item I have not yet resolved is the parentage of Francis Blake O’Dogherty who left his will in 1828. He was married to Catherine Johns according to his will. His children were named Mary O’Dogherty, Nicholas Blake O’Dogherty, Philip Blake O’Dogherty, William Blake O’Dogherty and Bernard John Blake O’Dogherty. In “A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall: Compiled from the Best Authorities and Corrected and Improved from Actual Survey; Illustrated, edited by Joseph Polsue, Volume 1: Truro: William Lake, Boscawen Street, London: John Camden Hotten, Piccadilly. 1867.

On page 355 is recounted “ in the north aisle is a funeral hatchment dated 1770, bearing the arms of Blake impaling, azure, a saltire argent between four birds or [this particular designation belonged to Smith of Tregonack, with this discovery presumably it is a misunderstanding that these arms refer to Richard Blake and Elizabeth Blake. There was a Blake Smyth marriage 15 Sep 1710 at Sheviock]. The Blakes of S. Erney are by family lore said to be of the same family as Robert Blake, the celebrated admiral under the Parliament, during the Commonwealth.” On page 356 is found “The manor of Trelugan or Treluggan …….the barton became the property of the family of Blake [during or after the reign of Henry VII]. The heiress of Mr. Francis Blake carried it in marriage to one of the O’Dogherty family, and it was afterwards inherited by Francis O’Dogherty, Esquire.”

For future use, the website: http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/arms/cornwallfull.html
lists the particular coats of arms by blazon for Cornwall which is where I found the answer to "azure, a saltire argent between four birds or." The Blake arms for the Calne family are also attributed to the Blake family of Comb and mentioned on this Cornwall website. Is Richard Blake married to Elizabeth Blake descendant of the Comb Blake family? I do not know how the Blake family at Comb, Devon connect back to the Calne Blake family yet either as mentioned.

The information above from A complete parochial History of the County of Cornwall etc  implies that the Blake family were at Trelugan during the early part of the 1500s. In the latter part of the 1300s (1371) There was a John Blake and an Adam Blake at Lostwythiel near Penryn. In 1406 there was a John Blake at Senecote. Of interest it is just 1 mile to Penquite (one of the properties for the Blake family of St Erney) from Lostwithiel. Landrake is 17 miles from Lostwithiel as is St Erney. I could not locate Senecote.

Francis Blake O’Dogherty (son of Philip Blake O’Dogherty and Thomazin Blake) married Mary Kegwin Geake daughter of Thomas Geake and Elizabeth Blake. Is this Elizabeth Blake the daughter of Henry Blake and Elizabeth Worth? The marriage took place 15 Feb 1828 at Landrake with St Erney with the groom being of St Germans and a bachelor and tanner, the bride of Landrake, spinster (father not named), with witnesses Edward Geake, and Mary Blake). With other witnesses Henry Blake, Charles North [Worth?] Blake, and Edward Geake. Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Blake and Elizabeth Worth, has brothers named Charles Worth Blake and Henry Blake according to the parish registers for St Erney (Find My Past).

Who would Francis Blake of Trelogan in the 1500s have been? The Blake Pedigree Chart at the Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office does have a Francis Blake in that time period that isn’t already connected into another line (he receives only a line entry but is shown as using the Blake crest normally associated with the Calne Blake family). It is Francis the son of Thomas Blake and Edith Ivey. He is the fourth son in this family with Roger the eldest brother (married to Wraxed Gastrill) and his estimated birth would be in the mid 1500s but I haven’t really looked into these records beyond a blog post earlier which includes the will of  Thomas Blake of Burbage:
http://kippeeb.blogspot.ca/2013/12/will-of-thomas-blake-yeoman-burbage.html

Could this Francis be the father of the wife of (unknown) O’Dogherty who inherited the property which then passed back into the Blake family at a later date only to pass back to the O’Dogherty family in the 1800s? Interesting these thoughts on the origin of this line at St Erney that it could be related to the Calne Blake line or the Admiral Robert Blake line. Perhaps I will locate a family tree for the O’Dogherty family which will be helpful.

Could the Blake family at St Erney share ancestry with Admiral Robert Blake as mentioned in the book above? Remembering he was one of the most famous Blake members during the 1600s, there would likely have been a desire to be connected to his line. This was not something that was mentioned in the online tree at the Portbury website: http://www.portbury-hundred.co.uk/admiralreport.htm with my again warning that I did find errors in this website and one needs to check the individual entries. I did enter this entire tree into Legacy and offered it to the creator of this particular website but did not hear back. Once I reach the trees for Somerset I will put up a descendant list but I am still adding to the tree. Looking at this tree for a Richard Blake married to an Elizabeth Blake in 28 Sep 1732 at Landrake, neither Richard nor Elizabeth appear on this chart on the Portbury website. The greatest number of the descendants at St Erney near Landrake appear to be descendants of Philip Blake (son of Richard and Elizabeth it would appear) baptized 1 Jan 1734. Richard and Elizabeth appear to have baptized only the one child at Landrake but the will of Richard mentions daughters Elizabeth and Grace married to John Dade and later Rokeby Scott. Grace was baptized 15 Jul 1739 at St Earney. There is a separate registry for St Erney dating from 1555 – 1812  which has been transcribed by Find My Past and the other four baptisms of their children were located.

"On the 5th May 1764 "Rokeby Scott of parish of St. Andrew's, Plymouth, Lieutenant in ye 68th Company of Marines," was married at Landrake, co. Cornwall, by licence, to "Grace Dade, widow." She was widow of John Dade, Esq., and daughter of Richard Blake of Trelogan alias Treluggan, Co. Cornwall, Esq., to whom she is also stated to have been coheir. In the Registers of St. Erney's, which adjoins Landrake, the baptism of "Grace da. Of Mr Richard Blake and Elizabeth his wife privately May 22, Received publick baptism July 15, 1739," and the same Registers record the marriage of "Mr Richard Blake and Mrs Elizabeth Blake," 28 Sept 1732 and the burials of "Richard Blake of Trelogan, Esquire," 3 Jan 1770, "Elizabeth Blake, widow," 2 June 1772, and "Mary Dade daughter of Grace Scott," 25 Apr 1767; also the baptisms of "Philip," "Elizabeth," and "Richard," children of "Mr Richard Blake and Elizabeth his wife."

Source: Miscellanea Genealogica Et Heraldica, edited by Joseph Jackson Howard, LLD, FSA, Volume II, second series and published at London: 1888 by Mitchell and Hughes, 140 Wardour Street W. page 240

There is a tree online at World Connect

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cspeed&id=I170

that is thinking along the lines that I am in some instances although I differ on a number of items. For instance there isn’t any proof for putting Henry Blake into the family of Henry Blake and Margery Bake located in the next blog under parish records for St Erney and they are the earliest marriage recorded 22 Jun 1605. The person has correctly put Urcilla Blake, Dorathy Blake, Bridgett Blake and Philip Blake into their family but has missed the baptisms of Mary in 1606, Nicholas in 1608, and Anne in 1611. There could be a son Henry between Nicholas and Anne but this does not show up in the registers on the OPC Cornwall database. But he could have been baptized at St Erney although not found on Find My Past.

Then Henry Blake (the son added by the other researcher) is said to have married a Johan 19 Jan 1636 in Maker and had sons John baptized 10 Mar 1636 in Maker and Henry baptized 10 Mar 1640 in St Germans and a daughter Creswell. This son John could match up with a Mr. John Blake married to Mrs Grace Smyth and the son Henry could match up with a Mr Henry Blake married to Mrs Ursula Wallis. Mr. John Blake married Mrs. Grace Smyth at Sheviock 30 Sep 1663 and Mr. Henry Blake married Mrs. Ursula Wallis at St Germans 26 Dec 1677. All of these places are closeby. Both families baptized their children at Sheviock. But I hesitate to put these families together at the moment but the proximity is interesting.I will begin the St Erney family with these two families.

Continuing with the online tree John’s son Thomas was said to have married Judith Martyn 10 Mar 1696 in Maker and their children being John 1697, Martyn, 1698, Thomas 1700, Judith 1701, and Richard 1703 all baptized at Maker. I found on Find My past the marriage between Thomas Blake and Judith Martyn to be 10 Mar 1695/96 at Maker, son Martyn baptized 5 Aug 1698, son Thomas baptized 19 Jul 1700, daughter Judith baptized 5 Dec 1701, son Richard baptized 9 Apr 1703 and daughter Elizabeth baptized 23 Jul 1706 all at Maker. This Richard (1703) is then said to be married to Elizabeth Blake 28 Sep 1732 at St Erney (his daughter Grace's marriage has him at Treluggan which is just seven miles from Maker). No parents noted for Elizabeth in this online tree. However, Find my past has a couple of possibilities. Elizabeth Blake daughter of Philip Blake was baptized at St Erney 8 Feb 1698.  Elizabeth Blake daughter of Thomas Blake was baptized 23 Jul 1706 at Maker but she would have been Richard's sister so excluded. There is a Philip Blake, son of John and Grace Blake who could be the father of Elizabeth at St Erney. This would have made Richard and Elizabeth first cousins.

The online tree does marry an Elizabeth Blake (said to be a daughter of Richard Blake and Elizabeth Blake and I am unable to verify that) to Francis B O’Dogherty with their marriage 8 Sep 1770 at Stoke Damerel, Plymouth with children Elizabeth Conyngham O’Dogherty baptized 8 Sep 1771, Francis Blake O’Dogherty baptized 28 Jul 1772 at St Erney, Elizabeth O’Dogherty baptized 28 Aug 1773 at St Erney and Wilhelmina O’Dogherty baptized 13 Mar 1776 at St Erney and Mary O’Dogherty baptized 30 May 1778 at St Erney. This son Francis is then said to be married to Catherine Fortus Blake daughter of Philip Blake and Elizabeth Drewston [should be Denstowe] which is incorrect as their daughter Catherine died unmarried which fits with the will of Philip and the burial records. Francis Blake O’Dogherty identifies his wife as Catherine Johns in his will of 1828 mentioned above. So an interesting online tree but has errors. The census for the Philip O'Dogherty family follows (he married Thomasine daughter of Philip and Joan Blake and this couple actually married at Plymouth).

The census for this O’Dogherty family denoted as Family 24 follows.
1851 Census
Family 24, St Erney
Philip O’Dogherty, head, married, 32 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Thomasin O’Dogherty, wife, married, 42 years, born at Landrake
Francis O’Dogherty, son, 7 years, born at Landrake
Betsey O’Dogherty, daughter, 5 years, born at Landrake
Philip O’Dogherty, son, 3 years, born at Landrake
Joan Blake, mother in law, widow, 80 years, born at Landrake; buried 20 Jul 1860, aged 89 years of Treluggan, St Erney (this is Joan Palmer married to Philip Blake and the mother of Thomasin)

1861 Census
Family 24, Treluggan, St Erney
Thomasin O’Dogherty, head, widow, 53 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Fraqncis B O’Dogherty, son, unmarried, 17 years, , born at St Erney
Elizabeth B O’Dogherty, daughter, , 15 years, , born at St Erney
Philip B Blake, son, , 13 years, , born at St Erney

1871 Census
Family 24, Wootton, Landrake cum St Erney
Francis B O’Dogherty, head, unmarried, 27 years, farmer, born at St Erney
Thomasin O’Dogherty, mother, widow, 63 years, , born at Landrake

1881 Census
Family 24, Wootton, Landrake cum St Erney
Francis B O’Dogherty, head, married, 38 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Kegwin O’Dogherty, wife, married, 41 years, , born at St Germans
Catherine Worth O’Dogherty, daughter, 7 years, , born at Landrake
Francis B O’Dogherty, son, 5 years, , born at Landrake
Elizabeth B O’Dogherty, daughter, 3 years, , born at Landrake
Henry Blake O’Dogherty, son, 1 year, , born at Landrake
Catherine K Geake, sister in law, unmarried, 45 years, retired farmer, born at St Germans

1891 Census
Family 24, Wootton, Landrake with St Erney
Francis Blake O’Dogherty, head, married, 47 years, farmer, born at St Erney
Mary Kegwin Blake, wife, married, 50 years, , born at St Germans
Francis Blake O’Dogherty, son, 15 years, , born at Landrake
Henry Blake O’Dogherty, son, 11 years, , born at Landrake
Charles Blake O’Dogherty, son, 9 years, , born at Landrake
Catherine Kempthorne Geake, visitor, unmarried, 56 years, living on her own means, born at St Germans

1901 Census
Family 24, 6 Harbour View, Saltash
Francis B O’Dogherty, head, widower, 56 years, retired farmer, born at St Erney
Elizabeth B O’Dogherty, daughter, single, 23 years, governess private school, born at Landrake
Catherine K Geake, sister in law, single, 66 years, living own means, born at St Germans

1911 Census
Family 24, 4 Windsor Terrace, Saltash
Francis Blake O’Dogherty, head, 67 years, widower, retired farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake O’Dogherty, daughter, 33 years, single, , born at Landrake

Initially I took on the task of looking at all the Cornwall wills but decided this was not working well for me. I then extracted all the baptisms, marriages, banns and burials at Landrake and Landrake with St Erney and I collected the census (1911 to 1841). I numbered the different families and attempted to keep them together through the census. I debated going from 1841 to 1911 but did do the reverse. I may rethink that for the next place in Cornwall. It is difficult I find as I do not have any knowledge of the Blake family in Cornwall other than the medieval presence and what I have collected.

Monday, September 15, 2014

BIFHSGO Conference - 19 - 21 Sep 2014

We were slated to be in France in September so did not organize having a Guild of One Name Studies at the BIFHSGO Conference,  first miss in a few years. As it turned out my sciatica and arthritis have been bothering me for over a month now so am finding it difficult to sit for periods of longer than a few minutes initially although I can now manage 20 minutes and hope to increase that!

This is going to be a really exciting Conference however and I am very sorry to miss hearing all the excellent speakers that are coming. Especially as it is English family history and Janet Few is streamed in talking about North Devon and Paul Milner's talks will be excellent. Debbie Kennett will be speaking on DNA and these talks will also be very interesting.

http://www.bifhsgo.ca/cpage.php?pt=126

Luckily we went to France in May and June as I would find a bus trip very very difficult these past six weeks. It is amazing actually how fast time passes. I did have xrays and hope to have an MRI so that I can go and review the therapy exercises that I use for sciatica! Remembering my last dealings with a torn rotator cap and getting therapy for that it could be a little while before anything really happens! In the meantime I walk a lot.


Beechwood Cemetery and the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada

Yesterday was a special day at Beechwood Cemetery with a walk guided by two members of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada - Sylvia Powers and Dorothy Meyerhof. They did an excellent job preparing the booklet and then leading us to the various graves of descendants of United Empire Loyalists buried at Beechwood Cemetery. This is the 100th year of formation of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada.

Myself, I do not have any United Empire Loyalists ancestors. My first emigrant ancestor arrived here in the summer/fall of 1818 well after the American Revolution and the War of 1812-1814.  However, my husband has a number of Loyalists lines both here in Ontario and in New Brunswick. Hence he is a member of the United Empire Loyalists and can use UE after his name.

A quick thought on who United Empire Loyalists were. They were individuals in the American colonies who decided they preferred rule under England to being part of the United States of America. In making the choice it became necessary for many of them to abandon their farms and livelihoods in the old American Colonies and move north to Canada where they could remain under English rule. They came from many many different countries in Europe as well as the British Isles but they were predominantly not English which is rather fascinating in itself. Their losses were, in some cases, enormous and they never recovered their fortune that they left behind. But come they did and their determination to make new homes once again hacked out farms, villages, towns and cities in the wilderness of Ontario and the Maritimes. Canada's greatness today can be measured in part by their success in creating new homes here. It is cold here in Canada and forbiding even yet as soon as you are 100 miles from the Canadian border but the children of these Loyalists moved west and opened up all those lands right to the Pacific Ocean along with others but I am left to wonder if the great movement west would have happened so successfully and quickly without the great numbers of Loyalist ancestors who made the trek.

It was a rather cold day here and my sciatica and arthritis are still with me but will hopefully subside soon. My accomplishment level for the past two months on my research has been rather extremely low. I still hope to return to my transcriptions in early October. It seems strange not to be sitting at my computer for eight hours a day. Mostly I get in just one or two hours and that on emails and maintenance of items for the most part.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Penquite Landrake Cornwall Blake family and others

I am still continuing to work on the Blake family at Landrake (with St Erney) Cornwall family. Life has been rather busy and a recurrent back problem has sidelined me for a while. Hope to be back at blogging by early October.

The Blake family at Landrake has been quite an interesting place to start looking at the Blake family in Cornwall. There does appear to be a continuous line of Blake there from the 1600s on. I am left to wonder if this line goes back to the earliest records in the Calendar of Patent Rolls. I shall have to pursue that link later but will keep it in the back of my mind.

Gardening is also going to take up my time although perhaps not quite as much as usual. But early October should see me back at transcription of the PCC wills and the county wills. I need to complete Gloucester wills from the Consistory Court at Bristol. There are twelve remaining.

Time has passed and moving on from Gloucester I need to decide where next. I have about 30 wills from Family Search for the Winchester Court which would be interesting to do but I would also like to complete the PCC wills in a reasonable time frame so suspect that I will return to that set of records. That would be the five wills from Hertfordshire. Then two in Huntingdonshire would follow.  On to Kent after that where there are twenty six wills to transcribe. Perhaps I will be able to complete this grouping by Christmas. That brings me closer to London and Middlesex where there are so many both PCC and Diocesan Courts.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Cornwall Blake family at Landrake - Accumulated data

The first Blake family to look at in Cornwall will be the family at St E[a]rney and Landrake. The property which they owned there became the property of Francis O’Dogherty, Esquire and he inherited the property from his Blake ancestors.

Initially I took on the task of looking at all the Cornwall wills but decided this was not working well for me. I then extracted all the baptisms, marriages, banns and burials at Landrake and Landrake with St Erney and I am now in the process of collecting the census (1911, 1901, 1891 and 1881 are completed thus far). I am naming the different families and attempting to keep them together through the census. I debated going from 1841 to 1911 but did do the reverse. I may rethink that for the next place in Cornwall. Eventually I will separate out the family lines where I can in a new blog posting and in that way attempt to put together the first Cornwall line. It is more difficult I find as I do not have any knowledge of the Blake family in Cornwall other than the medieval presence and what I have collected.

Parish Registers at Landrake with St Erney
Baptisms
Ursula Blake daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 29 Feb 1760
Elizabeth Blake daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 16 Apr 1762
Henry Blake son of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 20 Jul 1767
Grace Blake daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 7 Aug 1769
Richard Blake son of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 26 Jul 1771
Catharine Blake daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 6 Aug 1773
George Blake son of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 19 Nov 1775
Thomas Blake son of Philip and Elizabeth Blake baptized 1 Mar 1778
Betsey Blake daughter of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 1 Oct 1792
Henry Blake son of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 29 Jul 1795
Philip Blake son of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 2 Jul 1798
John Blake son of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 1 Jun 1801
Elizabeth Blake daughter of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 7 Sep 1801
Maria Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 15 Aug 1803
George Blake son of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 4 Oct 1803
Mary Blake son of Thomas Blake and Maria Palmer (d/o of John Palmer) baptized 28 Nov 1805
Philip Blake son of Richard Blake and Philadelphia Lang (d/o William Lang of St Stephens) baptized 10 Mar 1806
Thomazin Blake daughter of Philip Blake and Joan Palmer (d/o of John Palmer) baptized 17 Jul 1806
Thomas Blake son of Thomas and Maria Palmer Blake baptized 27 Apr 1808
William Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Lang Blake baptized 9 Mar 1808
Richard Blake son of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 14 Jun 1810
John Palmer Blake son of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 28 Jun 1810
Richard Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 16 Nov 1810
John Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 8 Dec 1812
Thomas Blake son of Philip and Jane Blake baptized 22 Jul 1812
Mary Elizabeth Lang Blake daughter of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 12 Jul 1814, farmer at Penquite
Thomas Biddick Blake son of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 12 May 1814, farmer at Penquite
John Blake son of John and Betty Blake baptized 2 Apr 1815, farmer at Trebeana
William Cornish Blake son of John and Betty Gilbard Blake baptized 26 Dec 1816, farmer at Trebigian
Grace Rebecca Blake daughter of Philip and Joan Blake baptized 11 Nov 1816, Gent Farmer at Brighter
Peter Blake son of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 2 Apr 1816, farmer at Penquite
Francis Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 3 Dec 1818, farmer at Penquite
Philip Blake son of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 19 Feb 1818, farmer at Penquite
Grace Catherine Blake daughter of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 3 Dec 1818, farmer at Penquite
Grace Blake daughter of John and Betty Blake baptized 10 Dec 1818, farmer at Trebigian
George Henry Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 14 Dec 1820, farmer at Penquite
Henry Blake son of Thomas and Maria Blake baptized 10 Jan 1822, farmer at Penquite
Thomas Blake son of Richard and Philadelphia Blake baptized 18 Nov 1824, farmer at Penquite
George Blake son of Philip and Ann Blake baptized 10 Sep 1828, farmer at Brighter
William Maynard Blake son of Philip and Ann Blake baptized 16 Aug 1829, farmer at Brighter
Henry George Blake son of Philip and Ann Blake baptized 16 Aug 1829, farmer at Brighter
Charles Blake son of Philip and Ann Blake baptized 5 Jun 1832, farmer at Brighter
William Francis Blake son of Richard and Ann Blake baptized 4 Jun 1835, farmer at Coombe
Richard Blake son of Richard and Ann Blake baptized 29 Dec 1837, farmer at Coombe
Elizabeth O’Dogherty Blake daughter of George and Elizabeth Blake baptized 8 Mar  1838, farmer at Trewotton
Mary Catherine Blake daughter of George and Mary Blake baptized 1 Oct 1840, farmer at Landrake
Philip Blake son of Richard and Mary Blake baptized 31 Dec 1840, farmer at Landrake
Sidney Montgomery Blake son of George and Mary Blake baptized 24 Nov  1841, farmer at Landrake
Armand Maynard Blake daughter of Richard and Jemima Mary Blake baptized 25 Jan 1843, farmer at Landrake
George Frederick Blake son of George and Mary Blake baptized 1 Jan 1845, farmer at Landrake
Francis O’Dogherty Blake son of George and Mary Blake baptized 16 Dec 1847 yeoman living at Wootton Landrake
Mary O’Dogherty Blake daughter of William Maynard Blake and Elizabeth O’Dogherty baptized 21 Jul 1869 farmer living at Brightor, Landrake
Mary O’Dogherty Blake daughter of William Maynard Blake and Elizabeth O’Dogherty baptized 21 Jul 1869 farmer living at Brightor, Landrake
Hugh William Blake son of  William Maynard Blake and Elizabeth O’Dogherty baptized 18 Mar 1872 farmer living at Brightor, Landrake

Banns
Richard Blake of Landrake and Ann Popplestyle of Landrake, 16, 23, 30 1830s
William Magor Blake of Landrake, bachelor and Louisa Raby of St Germans, spinster, 8, 15, 22 Sep 1872
Marriages
Henry Blake and Margery Bake married 22 Jun 1605
Silvester Blake and Johan Wynacott married 25 Nov 1636
Zacharye Hensey and Mary Blake married 13 Oct 1640
Arthur Helland and Elizabeth Blake married 7 Aug 1675
Thomas Budge and Mary Blake married 28 Oct 1711
Philip Blake and Mary Rawe married 5 May 1712
William Edy and Jane Blake married 5 Nov 1713
Mr Richard Blake and Mrs Elizabeth Blake married 28 Sep 1732
Walter Blake and Mary Parsons married 25 Jul 1743
Nicholas Littleton of Landrake and Thomasin Blake of Landrake married 30 May 1782; witnesses: John Blake and Sarah Oram
Jonathan Palmer of Landrake, Bachelor, and Ursula Blake of Landrake, spinster married 1 Mar 1786; witnesses: C. Blake and Edward Bennett
Philip Blake of Landrake, Farmer, and Joan Palmer of Landrake, spinster married 14 Jul 1791; witnesses: C (Senr) Blake, Jonathan Palmer
Samson Rundle of St Mellion, farmer and Mary Blake of Landrake, spinster married 2 Aug 1791; witnesses: C (Senr) Blake and Philip (junior) Blake
Thomas Blake and Maria Elizabeth Palmer married 7 Aug 1800
William Peters of St Germans, B, Yeoman and Elizabeth Blake of Landrake, S, married 27 Nov 1820; witnesses: William Maynard, Maria Elizabeth Blake, Thomas Blake and Mary Ann Peters. With consent of Thomas Blake father.
Thomas Geake of St Germans, B, Tanner and Elizabeth Blake of Landrake, S, married 15 Feb 1828; witnesses: Edward Geake, Mary Blake, Henry Blake, Charles North Blake, Edward Geake
Henry Blake of St Erney, B, and Emma Palmer of Landrake, S, married 8 Jun 1831; witnesses Wm Palmer, C W Blake and T Keast
Richard Blake of Landrake, Yeoman, and Ann Popplestone of Landrake, S, married 7 May 1834; witnesses: Richard Popplestone and Richard Royal?
George Blake of Landrake and Mary O’Dogherty of Landrake married 23 Feb 1837; witnesses: Richard O’Dogherty and Joseph Nicholson
Philip Blake O’Dogherty, 25, of St Erney, bachelor, yeoman, son of Francis Blake, gentleman and Thomazine Blake, 35, of Landrake, spinster, daughter of Philip Blake, Gentleman married 2 Aug 1842; witnesses: Betsy Trewens and T Blake
William Edwards Brooking, full age, of St Stephens, bachelor, yeoman son of John Blake, yeoman and Catherine Grace Blake, full age, of Landrake, spinster, daughter of Richard Blake, yeoman married 17 Jun 1847; witnesses: Thomas Blake, ? Lang
Nicholas Rundle, full age of Stoke Climsland, bachelor, farmer, son of Thomas Blake, farmer and Grace Catherine Blake, full age, of Landrake, spinster, daughter of Philip Blake, farmer, married 1 Oct 1863; witnesses: William OUgh and Thomas Panter
William Maynard Blake of Brightor, bachelor, farmer son of Philip Blake and Elizabeth O’Dogherty Blake of Wiseandra, spinster, daughter of George Blake, farmer married 3 Apr 1866; witnesses: Mary Catherine Blake, Hugh N Littleton

Burials
Roberte Blake buried 30 Oct 1613
Alice Blake buried 16 Apr 1625, widow
Prisilla Blake buried 12 Apr 1637, daughter of Henry
Bridget Blake buried 20 Apr 1637, daughter of Henry
Henry Blake buried 21 Jan 1664
Margery Blake buried 29 Mar 1665, widow
Dorothy Blake buried 24 Feb 1689
Grace Blake buried 5 Dec 1701, daughter of Mr Philip Blake
John Blake buried 30 Nov 1707, son of Mr Philip Blake
Mr Henry Blake buried 14 Nov 1710
Katherin Blake buried 156 Aug 1716
Ursula Blake buried 7 Jun 1716, widow
Mary Blake buried 13 Dec 1719, wife of Philip Blake of Morva
Mrs Mary Blake buried 10 Mar 1733, widow
Thomazin Blake buried 3 Jan 1740 1740, wife of Henry Blake
Richard Blake buried 26 Oct 1752
Ja Blake buried 1 Jan 1755
James Blake buried 18 Jan 1755, son of Walter Blake
Phillip Blake buried 28 Jun 1764
Henry Blake buried 16 May 1765
George Blake buried 5 Nov 1776
George Blake buried 6 Nov 1776
John Blake buried 23 Jun 1783, 29 years
Elizabeth Blake buried 30 Jan 1794, 59 years
Mr Philip Blake buried  25 Feb 1808, 74 years of Penquite
Francis Blake buried 16 Jun 1810, 1 year
Thomas Blake buried 20 Jan 1811, 2 years 6 months
Grace Rebecca Blake buried 27 Nov 1816, infant of Brightor
John Blake buried 19 Jan 1819, 61 years of Trebigian
Grace Blake buried 17 Mar 1826, 56 years of Cutivet
Catharine Blake buried 24 Sep 1827, 54 years of Cutivet
Peter Blake buried 21 Nov 1827, 11 years of Penquite
George Blake buried 30 Jan 1829, 6 months of Brightor
Elizabeth Blake buried 2 Sep 1831, 65 years of St Earney
Philadelphia Blake buried25 Apr  1839, 59 years of Penquite
Richard Blake buried 2 Jan 1839, 28 years of Coombe
Philip Blake buried 15 Aug 1840, 76 years of Landrake
Philip Blake buried 2 May 1840, 22 years of Penquite
Henry Blake buried 4 Aug 1846, 79 years of Landrake
Francis O’Dougherty Blake buried 6 Apr 1849, 1 year 4 months of Wootton, Landrake
Richard Blake buried 20 Jun 1850, 79 years of Landrake
Elizabeth Philadelphia Lang Blake buried 31 Jul 1850, 8 months of St Stephens
Philip Blake buried 27 May 1851, 45 years of Landrake
John Blake buried 23 Mar 1853, 38 years of Landrake
Ann Blake buried 9 Mar 1853, 58 years of Landrake
Mary Blake buried 31 Jun 1859, 48 years of Wisewandra (error in date?)
Joan Blake buried 20 Jul 1860, 89 years of Treluggan, St Erney
Charles Worth Blake buried 20 Jul 1861, 53 years of Tregarrick in the Parish of Menheniot
Thomas Blake buried 8 Apr 1862, 84 years of Penquite, Landrake
George Richard Blake buried 21 Sep 1864, 8 years of Landrake
Henry Blake buried 14 Jun 1864, 42 years of Landrake
Bessie Blake buried 2 Nov 1864, 6 years of Landrake
Thomas Bedden Blake buried 15 Mar 1865, 50 years of Penquite, Landrake (Bedden on certificate but known as Biddick)
Thomas Blake buried 11 Feb 1869, 56 years of Oak Meadow Cottage, Landrake
Maria Elizabeth Blake buried 6 Nov 1871, 91 years of Penquite, Landrake
Philip Blake buried 30 Mar 1874, 75 years of Botus Fleming
Bertha Biddick Blake buried 18 Aug 1875, 12 years of Round, Landrake, Church Town
Hannah Blake buried 9 Sep 1875, 75 years, of Landrake, Church Town
John Palmer Blake buried 10 Jan 1877, 66 years of Penquite, Landrake
Henry Blake buried 17 Oct 1879, 76 years of St Erney
George Frederick Blake buried 23 Jun 1880, 35 years of Trewandra, Landrake
George Blake buried 29 Jan 1881, 77 years of Trewandra, Landrake
William Magar Blake buried 2 Mar 1886, 42 years of Lower Town, Landrake
Emma Blake buried 22 Mar 1890, 79 years of Flagstaff, Landrake
Janet Donan Blake buried 17 May 1892, 76 years of Landrake Church Town
Sydney Montgomery Blake buried 25 May 1892, 50 years of Tartan Down, Landrake
Mary Blake buried 22 Apr 1899, 93 years of Penquite, Landrake
Jane Blake buried 17 Jan 1905, 79 years of Pounds, Landrake
William Maynard Blake buried 27 Apr 1911, 81 years of Tartan Down, Landrake
Louisa Blake buried 27 Aug 1918, 68 years of Lowertown, Landrake
Mary Maria Palmer Blake buried 1 Sep 1919, 69 years of 1 Windsor Terrace, Saltash
Thomas Vigurs Blake buried 17 Feb 1922, 66 years of 7 Windsor Terrace, Saltash
Mary Catharine Blake buried 30 Jan 1924, 83 years of Tartan Down, Landrake
Elizabeth O’Dogherty Blake buried 6 Jul 1926, 88 years of Tartan Down, Landrake
Mary O’Dogherty Blake buried 17 Dec 1932, 63 years of Landrake

1911 Census Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney
Family 1 Tartan Down Tideford, St German
Mary Katherine Blake, head, 90, single, born at Landrake
Elizabeth O’Dogherty Blake, sister, 73, married, 45 years, 2 children, 2 living, retired farmer, born at Landrake
William Maynard Blake, 81 married, 45 years, 2 children, 2 living, retired farmer, born at Landrake

Family 2, 3 Windsor Terrace, Saltash
Mary M P Blake, head, 61, single, born at Landrake
Thomas Vigurs Blake, brother, 56, single, born at Landrake

Family 3, Landrake and St Erney
Emma Blake, visitor, 46, single, born at Landrake

Family 4, Morley House, Plymouth
Mary O’Dogherty Blake, servant, 40, single, born at Landrake (living at Wilcocks residence)

Family 5, Plymouth
Hugh W Blake, boarder, 38, single, gardener, born at Landrake (living at Clemo residence)

Family 6, West super Mare
Grace Blake, 33, Single, English Mistress, born at Landrake

1901 Census Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney

Family 1 and 5, Tartendown Cross Cottage, Landrake
Mary K Blake, head, single, 60, born at Landrake
William M Blake, brother in law, married, 71, retired farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth O.D. Blake, sister, married, 65, born at Landrake
Hugh W Blake, nephew, single, 28, farmer’s son, born at Landrake

Family 2, Pound Farm House, Landrake
Thomas V Blake, head, single, 46, farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, mother, widow, 74, born at Looe
Mary M P Blake, sister, single, 50, born at Landrake

Family 3, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire
Emma D Blake, housekeeper, single, 37, born at Landrake (living with Thomas, MD, family)

Family 4, St Budeaux
Mary Blake, servant, single, 28, cook/dairywoman, born at Landrake

Family 7, Stoke Climsland
Richard Blake, head, married, 64, Farmer, born at Landrake
Mary J Blake, wife, married, 65, born at Stoke Climsland
Magor R Blake, son, married, 28, born at Stoke Climsland
Dolly K Blake, daughter in law, married, 25, born at Stoke Climsland

1891 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney
Family 1, Brightor
William M Blake, head, married, 61 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth O D Blake, wife, married, 52 years, born at Landrake
Mary O’Dogherty Blake, daughter, single, 21 years, born at Landrake
Hugh William Blake, son, single, 19 years, born at Landrake

Family 1a, Tartendown Cross
Mary Catherine Blake, head, single, 50 years, born at Landrake
Sidney Montgomery Blake, sister, single, 49 years, born at Landrake

Family 2
Jane Blake, head, widow, 65 years, farmer, born at Looe
Thomas Vigur Blake, son, single, 36 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Emma D Blake, daughter, single, 30 years, born at Landrake

Family 2a, Penquite
Mary Blake, head, single, 85 years, born at Landrake
Mary Maria Palmer Blake, niece, single, 40 years, born at Landrake

Family 7, Islington, London (living with Paige family, William P (born Stokenham, Devon and Mary M.S. Paige (born St Martins Cornwall))
Magor R Blake, nephew, single, 17 years, tea broker, born at Landrake
Irene L Blake, niece, single, 6 years, born at Landrake

Family 7a, Stoke Climsland
Richard Blake, head, married, 34, farmer, born at Climsland
H Blake, son, single, 28 years, born at Climsland
Elizabeth Ann Blake, daughter, single, 25 years, born at Climsland
William Francis, son, single, 23 years, born at Climsland
Magor Percy Blake, son, 18 years, born at Climsland

Family 8, Liskeard
Wm Charles Blake, head, married, 74 years, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 72 years, born at Liskeard
Annie Mary Hooper, grand daughter, single, 15 years, born at Pimlico, London

Family 9, Barnes, Surrey
George H Blake, head, married, 70 years, born at Landrake
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 69 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Georgina A Blake, daughter, single, 44 years, born at Devonport, Devon

Family 10, St German
Philip Blake, head, married, 50 years, coal and manure merchant, born at Landrake\
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 50 years, born at Plympton, Devon
Simmons Blake, son, single, 21 years, born at St German
Armanel Blake, daughter, single, 18 years, born at St German
Amelia Blake, daughter, single, 16 years, born at St German
Richard Blake, son, single, 14 years, born at St German
Philip Blake, son, single, 11 years, born at St German

Family 11, Camberwell, London
Kate C Blake, wife(?), married, 32 years, born at Landrake

Family 12,
Janet Blake, head, widow, 75 years, retired schoolmistress, born at Redruth

1881 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney

Family 1
William M Blake, head, married, 51 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 43 years, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, daughter, 11 years, born at Landrake
Hugh W Blake, son, 9 years, born at Landrake

Family 1a, Stoke Dameral, Devon
Mary C Blake, visitor, unmarried, 40 years, born at Landrake
Sidney M Blake visitor, unmarried, 39 years, born at Landrake (with the Nicholson family)

Family 1b
John Blake, head, widower, 70 years, farmer, born at Landrake
William M Blake, son, married, 40 years, born at Landrake
Louisa Blake, daughter in law, married, 32 years, born at Liskeard
Magor R Blake, grandson, 7 years, born at Landrake
Emma G Blake, grand daughter, 3 years, born at Landrake

Family 2, Penquite
Mary Blake, head, single, 75 years, born at Landrake
Mary M P Blake, niece, single, 30 years, born at Landrake

Family 2a
Jane Blake, head, widow, 54 years, born at Landrake?
Thomas V Blake, son, 20 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Emma D Blake, daughter, unmarried, 20 years, born at Landrake

Family 7a, Stoke Climsland
Richard Blake, head, married, 43 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary J Blake, wife, 44 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Frederick Blake, son, 21 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Richard Blake, son, 18 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Elizabeth Blake, daughter, 15 years, born at Stoke Climsland
William Francis Blake, son, 11 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Magor P Blake, son, 7 years, born at Stoke Climsland

Family 8, Liskeard
William C Blake, head, married, 60 years, cooper, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 61 years, born at Liskeard
Emma I Hooper, daughter, widow, 35 years, born at Liskeard

Family 9, Coryton, Devon
George H Blake, head, married, 60 years,
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 58 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Georgina  P A A Blake, daughter, unmarried, 30 years, born at Awpyease, Devon

Family 10, St Germans
Philip Blake, head, married, 40 years, Manure Merchant, born at Landrake
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 40 years, born at Plympton St Mary, Devon
Amelia Blake, daughter, 6 years, born at Tideford
Richard Blake, son, 4 years, born at Tideford
Philip Blake, son, 1 years, born at Tideford
Elizabeth Vosper, visitor, unmarried, 35 years, born at Plympton St Mary

Family 12, Landrake
Janet Blake, housekeeper, widow, 62 years, born at Illogan (household of Richard O’Dogherty)

Family 13, Lezant
William Blake, head, widower, 73 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Olivia Blake, daughter, unmarried, 34 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Selina Blake, grand daughter, unmarried 19 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Jane Popplestone, sister in law, unmarried, 86 years, born at Landrake

Family 14
Emma Blake, head, widow, 70 years, born at Landrake
Anne P Natherwood, niece, unmarried, 46 years, born at Devonport, Devonshire

Family 15, St Mary Magdalene, Cornwall
John Blake, father in law, widower, 68 years, born at Landrake (living with Hartop family, Bridget M Hortop 27 years, born at Egg Buckland Devon))

Family 16, Lezant
Francis Blake, head, married, 63 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Clara Vinjeot, niece, unmarried, 34 years, born at Mather

Family 17, Kenwyn
Kate E Blake, visitor, unmarried, 28 years, born at Landrake (visiting Thomas family)

1871 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney

Family 1
John Blake, head, widower, 69 years, farmer, born at Landrake
William M Blake, son unmarried, 30 years, born at Landrake

Family 1a
George Blake, head, widower, 67 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary C Blake, daughter, unmarried, 30 years, born at Landrake
Sidney M Blake, daughter, unmarried, 29 years, born at Landrake
George F Blake, son, unmarried, 27 years, born at Landrake

Family 1b
William M Blake, head, married, 41 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 33 years, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, daughter, 1 year, born at Landrake

Family 2, Penquite
John Palmer Blake, head, unmarried, 60 years, merchant and farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, sister, unmarried, 64 years, born at Landrake
Mary M P Blake, niece, unmarried, 20 years, born at Landrake
Marie E Blake, mother, widow, 90 years, born at Landrake

Family 2a
Jane Blake, head, widow, 45 years, farmer, born at Looe
Thomas V Blake, son, unmarried, 17 years, born at Landrake
Catherine E Blake, daughter, unmarried, 18 years, born at Landrake
Emma D Blake, unmarried, 10 years, born at Landrake
Bertha B Blake, daughter, 7 years, born at Landrake

Family 8, Liskeard
William C Blake, head, married, 50 years, cooper, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 51 years, born at Liskeard
Emma J Blake, daughter, unmarried, 28 years, born at Liskeard
John P Sarjent, brother in law, unmarried, 53 yeears, born at Liskeard

Family 9, Willesden, Middlesex
George Henry Blake, head, married, 47 years, police Constable, born at Landrake
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 46 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Georgina P Blake, daughter, unmarried, 23 years, born at New passage, Devon
Rosina G Blake, daughter, unmarried, 20 years, born at Devonport
Alice F Blake, daughter, unmarried, 17 years, born at London
William Henry Blake, son, 14 years, born at London

Family 10, St German
Philip Blake, head, married, 30 years, Coal and Manure Merchant, born at Landrake
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 30 years, born at Plympton, Devon
Simmons Blake, son, 1 year, born at St German
Henry Blake, son, 2/12 year, born at St German

Family 12
Janet D Blake, head, widow, 52 years, schoolmistress, born at Illogan

Family 13, Lezant
William Blake, head, married, 63 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 65 years, born at Landrake
Olivia Blake, daughter, unmarried, 24 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Jane Blake, daughter, unmarried, 22 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Jane Popplestone, sister in law, unmarried, 77 years born at Landrake
Selina Blake, grand daughter, 9 years, born at Stock Climsland

Family 16, Lezant
John Blake, head, married 58 years, farm baliff, born at Landrake
Mary A Blake, wife, married, 49 years, born at Eggbuckland, Devon
Jane Blake, daughter, unmarried, 26 years, born at Eggbuckland, Devon

Family 16a, Lezant
Francis Blake, head, married, 55 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 63 years, born at Stoke derhall, Devon
Mary A Blake, daughter, unmarried, 25 years, born at Lezant
Eliz J Stephens, niece, unmarried, 23 years, born at Maker

Family 18, Liskeard
Henry Blake, head, married, 76 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, wife, married, 71 years, born at Liskeard
Jane Blake, daughter, unmarried, 48 years, born at St Keyne

Family 19, Botus Fleming
Philip Blake, head, married, 72 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Harriet Blake, wife, married, 71 years, born at Landulph
Mary Broad, niece, married, 43 years, housekeeper, born at Landulph
Nicholas May Broad, nephew, unmarried, 12 years, born at Botus Fleming

Family 20
Henry Blake, head, married, 68 years, landowner and farmer, born at St Erneys
Emma Blake, wife, married, 60 years, born at Landrake

Family 21, Menheniot
Richard Blake, head, married, 60 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, wife, married, 53 years, born at Menheniot
Arabella Blake, daughter, unmarried, 25 years, born at Menheniot
Mary J Blake, daughter, unmarried, 22 years, born at Menheniot
Richard Blake, son, unmarried, 20 years, farmer, born at Menheniot
Tamzine Blake, daughter, 15 years, born at Menheniot
Susan M Blake, daughter, 13 years, born at Menheniot

1861 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney
Family 1, Penquite
John P Blake, head, unmarried, 50 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Thomas B Blake, brother, unmarried, 46 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Thomas Blake, father, married, 83 years, landowner, born at Landrake
Marie E Blake, mother, married, 81 years, born at Landrake

Family 1a
George Blake, head, widower, 56 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Elizabeth O’D Blake, daughter, unmarried, 22 years, born at Landrake
Mary C Blake, daughter, unmarried, 20 years, born at Landrake
Sidney M Blake, daughter, unmarried, 19 years, born at Landrake
George F Blake, son, unmarried, 16 years, born at Landrake

Family 1b, Penquite
Hannah Blake, head, widow, 60 years, farmer, born at Milton, Devon
Sarah Ryall, daughter, unmarried, 39 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Mary P Blake, daughter, unmarried, 24 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Hannah Blake, daughter, unmarried, 22 years, born at Stoke Climsland

Family 2
Henry Blake, head, married, 39 years, general merchant and farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, wife, married, 35 years, born at Looe
Mary P Blake, daughter, unmarried, 10 years, born at Landrake
Catherine E Blake, daughter, 8 years, born at Landrake
Thomas V Blake, son, 6 years, born at Landrake
George R Blake, son, 5 years, born at Landrake
Bessi J Blake, 3 years, born at Landrake
Emma D Blake, 1 month, born at Landrake

Family 7, Stoke Climsland
Richard Blake, head, married, 23 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Jane Blake, wife, 24 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Frederic Blake, son, 1 year, born at Stoke Climsland

Family 8, Liskeard
William C Blake, head, married, 40 years, master cooper, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 41 years, born at Liskeard
Emma J Blake, daughter, unmarried, 18 years, born at Liskeard
Charles A Blake, son, unmarried, 15 years, born at Liskeard
Mary E Blake, daughter, unmarried, 14 years, born at Liskeard
John P Sargent, boarder, unmarried, 43 years, master builder, born at Liskeard

Family 9, Paddington, Middlesex
George Henry Blake, head, married, 37 years, Police constable, born at Landrake
Amelia Blake, wife, married, 37 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Georgiana Blake, daughter, 15 years, born at New Passage, Devon
Grace Blake, daughter, 13 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Jeanetta Blake, daughter, 11 years, born at Bridestow, Devon\
Rosina Blake, daughter, 9 years, born at Devonport, Devon
Alice Blake, daughter, 7 years, born at St Marylebone, Middlesex
William Blake, son, 5 years, born at Paddington, Middlesex

Family 12
Thomas Blake, head, married, 48 years, farmers assistant, born at Landrake
Janet D Blake, wife, married, 42 years, school mistress, born at Illogan

Family 13, Stoke Climsland
William Blake, head, married, 53 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 55 years, born at Landrake
Sally Blake, daughter, unmarried, 20 years, born at Stoke Climsland
George Th Blake, son, unmarried, 18 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Olivia Blake, daughter, 14 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Jane P Blake, daughter, 12 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Jane Popplestone, visitor, unmarried, 66 years, born at Landrake

Family 16, Lezant
Francis Blake, head, married, 44 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 52 years, born at Morice Town, Devon
Mary A Blake, daughter, unmarried, 15 years, born at Lezant
William F Blake, son, 13 years, born at Lezant
Elizabeth J Curtis, niece, 12 years, born at Milton Abbot, Devon

Family 18, St Keyne
Henry Blake, head, married, 66 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, wife, married, 62 years, born at Liskeard
Jane Blake, daughter, unmarried, 38 years, born at St Keyne
Arminal Blake, daughter, unmarried, 29 years, born at St Keyne
Emma Blake, daughter, unmarried, 22 years, born at St Keyne
Philip Blake, son, unmarried, 27 years, born at St Keyne
Thomas E Blake, son, unmarried, 24 years, born at St Keyne

Family 19, Botus Fleming
Philip Blake, head, married, 62 years, yeoman, born at Landrake
Harriett Blake, wife, married, 61 years, born at Landulph
Mary Broad, niece, married, 33 years, born at Landulph
Nicholas M Broad, 2 years, born at Botus Fleming

Family 20, St Erney
Henry Blake, head, married, 58 years, farmer, born at St Erney
Emma P Blake, wife, married, 50 years, born at Landrake

Family 21, Menheniot
Richard Blake, head, married, 49 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Jemima M Blake wife, married, 43 years, born at Menheniot
Philip Blake, son, unmarried, 20 years, born at Landrake
Armand Maynard Blake, daughter, unmarried, 18 years, born at Landrake
Arrabella Palmer Blake, daughter, 15 years, born at Menheniot
Mary Jane Blake, daughter, 12 years, born at Menheniot
Richard Blake, son, 10 years, born at Menheniot
Tamzine Blake, daughter, 5 years, born at Menheniot
Susan Maynard Blake, daughter, 3 years, born at Menheniot
Susan Maynard, sister in law, unmarried, 58 years, born at Menheniot

Family 22
John Blake, head, married, 59 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Grace Blake, wife, married, 56 years, born at Kennoin
William M Blake, son, unmarried, 20 years, born at Landrake

Family 23
William Blake, head, unmarried, 31 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Henry Blake, brother, unmarried, 31 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ellen Blake, cousin, unmarried, 21 years, born at St Keyne
Thomas Blake, cousin, unmarried, 23 years, born at St Keyne

1851 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney
Family 1, Penquite
Thomas Blake, head, married, 73 years, yeoman, born at Landrake
Maria Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 70 years, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, daughter, unmarried, 42 years, born at Landrake
John Palmer Blake, son, unmarried, 39 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Thomas Biddek Blake, son, unmarried, 35 years, farmer, born at Landrake
John Palmer, brother in law, married, 68 years, licenced victualler, born at Landrake

Family 1a, Wisewandra
George Blake, head, married, 46 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, wife, married, 39 years, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, daughter, 13 years, born at Landrake
Mary Catherine Blake, daughter, 10 years, born at Landrake
Sidney Montgomery Blake, daughter, 9 years, born at Landrake
George Frederic Blake, son, 6 years, born at Landrake
Janet Donan Withers, governess, unmarried, 30 years, governess, born at Illogan
Thomas Blake, brother, unmarried, 38 years, formerly draper, born at Landrake

Family 1b, Penquite
Philip Blake, head, married, 65 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Hannah Blake, wife, married, 51 years, born at Milton Abbott, Devon
Mary P Blake, daughter, 14 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Hannah Blake, daughter, 12 years, born at Stoke Climsland
Grace C Blake, daughter, 8 years, born at Stoke Climsland

Family 2, Pound Billy
Henry Blake, head, married, 28 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, wife, married, 25 years, born at Talland
Mary Maria Blake, daughter, 5 months, born at Landrake

Family 8, Barn Street, Liskeard
William Chas Blake, head, married, 33 years, master cooper, born at Landrake
Elizabeth Blake, wife, married, 31 years, born at Liskeard
Charles H Blake, son, 5 years, born at Liskeard
Mary E blake, daughter, 4 years, born at Liskeard
John Sargent, lodger, unmarried, 34 years, master carpenter, born at Liskeard

Family 13, Ringston, Stoke Climsland
William Blake, head, married, 43 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 45 years, born at Landrake
Rich Blake, son, 13 years, born at Landrake
Sally Blake, daughter, 10 years, born at Stoke
George Blake, son, 8 years, born at Stoke\
Olivia Blake, daughter, 4 years, born at Stoke
Jane P Blake, daughter, 2 years, born at Stoke

Family 16, Egg Buckland
John Blake, head, married, 38 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary A Blake, wife, married, 29 years, born at Egg Buckland
Mary J Blake, daughter, 6 years, born at Egg Buckland
Richard Blake, son, 1 month, born at Egg Buckland

Family 16a, Landell Farm, Lezant
Francis Blake, head, married, 33 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 42 years, born Morice Town, Devon
Mary Ann Blake, daughter, 5 years, born at Lezant
William Francis Blake, son, 3 years, born at Lezant
Emmeline Blake, daughter, 1 year, born at Lezant

Family 18, St Keyne
Henry Blake, head, married, 56 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Jane Blake, wife, married, 52 years, born at Liskeard
Jane Blake, unmarried, 29 years, born at St Keyne
Ann Blake, daughter, unmarried, 27 years, born at St Keyne
Susan Blake, daughter, unmarried, 26 years, born at St Keyne
Thomazine Blake, daughter, unmarried, 21 years, born at St Keyne
Arminal Blake, daughter, unmarried, 19 years, born at St Keyne
Emma Blake, daughter, 13 years, born at St Keyne
Ellen Blake, daughter, 11 years, born at St Keyne
Maria Blake, daughter, 7 years, born at St Keyne
William Blake, son, unmarried, 20 years, born at St Keyne
Philip Blake, son, unmarried, 17 years, born at St Keyne

Family 20, St German
Emma P Blake, visitor, married, 40 years, farmer’s wife, born at Landrake (visiting the Geake household)

Family 21, Trehawke, Menheniot
Richard Blake, head, married, 38, years, farmer, born at Landrake
Mary Blake, wife, 33 years, born at Menheniot
Armand May.. Blake, daughter, 8 years, born at Landrake
Arabella Palmer Blake, daughter, 5 years, born at Landrake
Mary Jane Blake, daughter, 2 years, born at Menheniot
Richard Blake, son, 5 months, born at Menheniot
Susan Maynard, lodger, unmarried, 48 years, retired schoolmistress, born at Menheniot

Family 22, Village
John Blake, head, married, 49 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Grace Blake, wife, married, 42 years, born at sea, Cornwall
William Magor Blake, son, 10 years, born at Landrake

Family 23, Lower Brightor
Philip Blake, head, married, 52 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Ann Blake, wife, married, 55 years, born at Landrake
William Blake, son, unmarried, 21 years, born at Landrake
Henry Blake, son, unmarried, 21 years, born at Landrake
Charles Blake, son, unmarried, 18 years, born at Landrake

Family 24, St Erney
Philip O’Dogherty, head, married, 32 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Thomasin O’Dogherty, wife, married, 42 years, born at Landrake
Francis O’Dogherty, son, 7 years, born at Landrake
Betsey O’Dogherty, daughter, 5 years, born at Landrake
Philip O’Dogherty, son, 3 years, born at Landrake
Joan Blake, mother in law, widow, 80 years, born at Landrake

Family 26, St Stephens by Saltash
John Blake, servant, unmarried, 32 years, born at Landrake (living with the Davey family)

Family 27, Much Estate, St Stephens by Saltash
Thomas Blake, head, married, 26 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Betey Blake, wife, married, 24 years, born at Landrake
Richard Blake, son, 3 years, born at Landrake

Family 28, Truvandra
Francis Steed, head, married, 46 years, farmer, born at Landrake
Sarah Steed, wife, married, 51 years, born at Landrake
Francis William Blake, nephew, unmarried, 16 years, born at Landrake

Family 29, Saltash
Thomazin Lyttleton (nee Blake), head, widow, 63 years, landed proprietor, born at Landrake
Eleanor Porter, sister, widow, 59 years, landed proprietor, born at Landrake

1841 Census at Landrake and St Erney or born at Landrake/St Erney

Family 1, Penquite
Richard Blake, 65 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
John Blake, 25 years, , born in Cornwall
Francis Blake, 25 years, , born in Cornwall
Grace Blake, 20 years, , born in Cornwall
Thomas Blake, 15 years, , born in Cornwall

Family 1b, Penquite
Thomas Blake, 60 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Maria Blake, 60 years, , born in Cornwall
John Blake, 30 years, , born in Cornwall
Thomas Blake, 25 years, , born in Cornwall
Henry Blake, 15 years, , born in Cornwall
Mary Blake, 30 years, , born in Cornwall

Family 1c, Wottin
George Blake, 35 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Mary Blake, 25 years, , born in Cornwall
Elizabeth Blake, 3 years, , born in Cornwall
Mary Blake, 1 year, , born in Cornwall

Family 20a, St Erney
Henry Blake, 70 years, farmer, born in Cornwall

Family 20b, Lantallock
Henry Blake, 35 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Emma Blake, 30 years, , born in Cornwall

Family 21, Landrake Village
Joan Blake, 70 years, independent, born in Cornwall
Tamzine Blake, 30 years, independent, born in Cornwall

Family 21a, Landrake Village
Richard Blake, 30 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Jemima Blake, 20 years, , born in Cornwall
Philip Blake, 5 months, , born in Cornwall

Family 21b, Landrake Village
John Blake, 40 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Joan Blake, 35 years, , born in Cornwall
William Blake, 6 months, , born in Cornwall

Family 23, Brightor
Philip Blake, 40 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Ann Blake, 40 years, , born in Cornwall
William Blake, 10 years, , born in Cornwall
Henry Blake, 10 years, , born in Cornwall
Charles Blake, 8 years, , born in Cornwall

Family 28, Truvandra
Francis Steed, 30 years, farmer, born in Cornwall
Sarah Steed, 35 years, , born in Cornwall
William Blake, 6 years, , born in Cornwall

Family 30, Landrake Village
John Blake, 25 years, shoemaker, born in Cornwall