Descendants of Thomas Henry Liddicoat

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS HENRY7 LIDDICOAT (THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born September 27, 1852 in Penear Farm, Gorran, Cornwall, and died March 18, 1924 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall. He married CATHARINE JANE WILLIAMS June 03, 1874 in Registry Office St Austell, Cornwall, daughter of SAMUEL BROWN WILLIAMS. She was born Abt. 1856 in Padstow, Cornwall, and died October 03, 1922 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Notes for THOMAS HENRY LIDDICOAT:

Certified Copy of an entry of Marriage

1874 Marriage solemnizes at the Registry Office in District of St Austell in the County of Cornwall as June 17, 1874.

Thomas Liddicoat, 21 years Bachelor, Fisherman, residing at Gorran Haven. Father Thomas Liddicoat, Fisherman.

Catherine Jane Williams, 21 years, spinster, Domestic servant residing at Gorran Haven.

Father Samuel brown Williams [deceased], Shipwright

Married in the Registry Office by Certificate "X" the mark of Thomas Liddicoat

C. J. Williams in the presence of us "X" the mark of Harriet Liddicoat

Caroline Vercoe

 

Occupation: Fisherman, fishing out of Gorran Haven, owned the boat called the "IRIS" These boats fished from Gorran Haven from about April up to October catching crabs and lobsters, also owned the "The boat called "The GLEANOR"

More About THOMAS HENRY LIDDICOAT:

Burial: March 21, 1924, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Occupation: 1881, Fisherman

Notes for CATHARINE JANE WILLIAMS:

Gravestone Inscription reads: - In loving memory of Catherine Jane beloved wife of Thomas Liddicoat died October 3rd 1922 aged 66 years. In thy presence is fullness of joy. Also Thomas beloved husband of the above died at Gorran Haven March 18th 1925 aged 71 years.

More About CATHARINE JANE WILLIAMS:

Burial: October 04, 1922, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Census: 1881, St Goran Parish

Occupation: June 03, 1874, Domestic servant

 

Children of THOMAS LIDDICOAT and CATHARINE WILLIAMS are:

2. i. ANN8 LIDDICOAT, b. Abt. 1885, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

ii. LILY HELENA LIDDICOAT, b. Abt. 1891, Gorran Haven, St Austell; d. January 04, 1963, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Notes for LILY HELENA LIDDICOAT:

Occupation: Lily ran the fisherman's CO-OP at Gorran Haven

Gravestone Inscription reads: - In loving memory of Lily Helena Liddicoat died 4th January 1963. In heavenly love abiding.

Gravestone Inscription reads: - In loving memory of Lily Helena Liddicoat died 4th January 1963. Heavenly love abiding.

More About LILY HELENA LIDDICOAT:

Baptism: December 15, 1891, Gorran Church

Burial: St Gorran Cemetery, St. Austell

3. iii. FLORENCE LIDDICOAT.

iv. JOHN THOMAS LIDDICOAT, b. Abt. 1877, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; d. May 12, 1958, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; m. ELIZABETH CATHERINE; b. Abt. 1866, Gorran Haven, St Austell; d. December 28, 1957, Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

Notes for JOHN THOMAS LIDDICOAT:

Occupation: Fisherman, fishing out of Gorran Haven, owned the boat called "MAYDIE", mainly fishing for crabs and lobsters

Gravestone Inscription: - In loving memory of Elizabeth Catherine beloved wife of John Thomas Liddicoat died 28th December 1957. Also John Thomas Liddicoat her beloved husband died 12th May 1958. In Gods keeping

More About JOHN THOMAS LIDDICOAT:

Burial: May 14, 1958, Gorran Church, St Austell

Occupation: Retired Fisherman

Residence: Oakroyd. Gorran Haven, St Austell

Notes for ELIZABETH CATHERINE:

Gravestone Inscription: - In loving memory of Elizabeth Catherine beloved wife of John Thomas Liddicoat died 28th December 1957. Also John Thomas Liddicoat her beloved husband died 12th May 1958. In Gods keeping

More About ELIZABETH CATHERINE:

Burial: December 31, 1957, Gorran Church, St Austell

v. NICHOLAS LIDDICOAT, b. Abt. 1875.

4. vi. CATHARINE(KATE) JANE LIDDICOAT, b. January 06, 1875, Gorran Haven, Cornwall; d. June 07, 1956, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

5. vii. EDWIN LIDDYCOAT, b. January 17, 1878, Gorran Haven, Cornwall; d. May 17, 1933, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

viii. WILLIAM NICHOLAS LIDDYCOAT, b. January 17, 1878, Gorran Haven, Cornwall; d. October 14, 1941, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Notes for WILLIAM NICHOLAS LIDDYCOAT:

Occupation: Fisherman, fishing out of Gorran Haven with his twin brother Edwin. They owned the boat called the "Valiant". Named after the Navy war ship they served on. During the First World War he won the DSM whilst serving on the Valiant. The Valiant was part of the Grand Fleet under Jericho. The Battle took place at Jutland on the 31st May 1916???. There were only 4100 medals presented during that period. Mentioned in the London Gazette of 15th May 1916 (Stoker Petty Officer William Nicholas Liddycoat, O.N. 115654)

Ships &c., served in

Vivid 11

Hussar

Cambridge

Medea

Sulln

Sirius

St George

Saphire11

Blake

Euryalus

Calssy

Dartmouth

Valiant

Granted stokehold certificate 9th August 1912 (Gallipoli) awarded DSM as per London Gaz 15th May 1916

Fought in the Battle of Jutland

Joined the Royal Navy 29th October 1895 for 12 years carried on serving 29th October 1907 to completion 26th Oct 1920

Gravestone Inscriptions reads: - In loving memory of William Nicholas Liddicoat beloved son of Thomas and Catherine Liddicoat died October 14th 1941 aged 63 years Until the day dawns.

More About WILLIAM NICHOLAS LIDDYCOAT:

Burial: October 17, 1941, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Occupation: 1891, Farm Labourer

ix. SAM B. LIDDICOAT, b. Abt. 1881, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. ANN8 LIDDICOAT (THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born Abt. 1885 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall. She married BERT DAWE.

More About ANN LIDDICOAT:

Occupation: 1891, Scholar

 

Children of ANN LIDDICOAT and BERT DAWE are:

6. i. WINIFRED9 DAWE.

ii. EVELINE DAWE.

Notes for EVELINE DAWE:

Occupation: School teacher

 

3. FLORENCE8 LIDDICOAT (THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) She married WILLIAM COWLING.

More About FLORENCE LIDDICOAT:

Occupation: 1891, Scholar

Notes for WILLIAM COWLING:

Occupation: Plumber at Fowey

 

Children of FLORENCE LIDDICOAT and WILLIAM COWLING are:

7. i. PHILIP9 COWLING.

ii. ANNIE COWLING, b. October 21, 1908; m. WILFRED PAUL.

More About ANNIE COWLING:

Christening: January 03, 1911, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

8. iii. JACK COWLING.

iv. PHYLLIS COWLING, m. RODNEY BILLING.

 

4. CATHARINE(KATE) JANE8 LIDDICOAT (THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born January 06, 1875 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall, and died June 07, 1956 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall. She married JOSEPH HOCKING August 29, 1896 in St Austell, Cornwall, son of JOSEPH HOCKING and MARIA BUNNY. He was born July 14, 1873 in Mevagissey, Cornwall, and died May 05, 1947 in Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

Notes for CATHARINE(KATE) JANE LIDDICOAT:

Catherine died about the age of 74, of cancer of the liver.

More About CATHARINE(KATE) JANE LIDDICOAT:

Burial: June 09, 1956, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Occupation: 1891, Census Post woman

Notes for JOSEPH HOCKING:

Joseph was athletic and a wonderful tap dancer. He ran a green grocer's business. He died at about 76. He came from a family of 10 children; his mother brought them all up. He had Parkinson's disease and died of heart attack going up hill on horseback. His mother died at age of 95, in her sleep

More About JOSEPH HOCKING:

Baptism: October 09, 1906, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Burial: May 08, 1947, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

 

Children of CATHARINE(KATE) LIDDICOAT and JOSEPH HOCKING are:

9. i. EMILY MARY9 HOCKING.

10. ii. SAMUEL BROWN HOCKING.

iii. WILLIAM JOHN HOCKING, d. April 13, 1971, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; m. GWENNIE COOMBE; d. February 11, 1995, Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

More About WILLIAM JOHN HOCKING:

Burial: April 17, 1971, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

Christening: October 15, 1901, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

11. iv. LILY HOCKING.

v. ELSIE HOCKING, b. September 20, 1904, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; d. January 1966, Coventry.

More About ELSIE HOCKING:

Baptism: May 05, 1905, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

 

5. EDWIN8 LIDDYCOAT (THOMAS HENRY7 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born January 17, 1878 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall, and died May 17, 1933 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall. He married LEONIE DOWNING, daughter of JOHN DOWNING. She was born 1875, and died June 05, 1951 in Truro Hospital, Truro, Cornwall.

Notes for EDWIN LIDDYCOAT:

Occupation: Fisherman, fishing out of Gorran Haven with his twin brother William. Owned the fishing boat called the Valiant, which was named after the Naval Warship they served on in the first world war. He was a part owner of the seine. On one occasion when a shoal of fish was seen from the cliffs one of the Billing family threw an old bedstead into the water to stop them from catching the Grey Mullet. Frank and Monroe Guy both went into the water with the seine shot around them, recovered the bedstead so that the net could be pulled ashore. Frank and Monroe Guy were each given a share for doing this good deed. Edwin was a cobbler in Gorran Haven when the weather was too bad to go to sea. During the time that he spent in the Navy he was presented with the following medals. The Great War for Civilisation 1914 - 1918 Long Service and good conduct Medal, and two other medals. His Royal Navy number was 280382 and he was a ch. stoker.

Gravestone Inscription reads: - In loving memory of Edwin Liddicoat died May 17th 1933 aged 56 years. At Rest.

More About EDWIN LIDDYCOAT:

Burial: May 20, 1933, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

More About LEONIE DOWNING:

Burial: June 09, 1951, St Gorran Church, Cornwall

Occupation: Made shirts for the Army

Residence: Mt Zion Cottage, Gorran Haven, St Austell

 

Child of EDWIN LIDDYCOAT and LEONIE DOWNING is:

12. i. RITA ISABEL9 LIDDICOAT, b. December 13, 1913, Gorran Haven, Cornwall; d. July 23, 2000, Penrice Hospital, St. Austell.

 

Generation No. 3

 

6. WINIFRED9 DAWE (ANN8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) She married PETER DARK.

Notes for WINIFRED DAWE:

Occupation: School teacher

 

Child of WINIFRED DAWE and PETER DARK is:

i. JEREMY10 DARK.

 

7. PHILIP9 COWLING (FLORENCE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) He married EDNA.

 

Children of PHILIP COWLING and EDNA are:

13. i. ELIZABETH10 COWLING.

ii. PHYLLIS COWLING, m. RODNEY BILLING.

 

8. JACK9 COWLING (FLORENCE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) He married JOYCE STRONG.

 

Child of JACK COWLING and JOYCE STRONG is:

i. DEBRA10 COWLING.

 

9. EMILY MARY9 HOCKING (CATHARINE(KATE) JANE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) She married GEORGE WHEELER.

More About EMILY MARY HOCKING:

Christening: April 03, 1897, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

 

Children of EMILY HOCKING and GEORGE WHEELER are:

i. CATHERINE10 WHEELER.

ii. MURIEL WHEELER.

 

10. SAMUEL BROWN9 HOCKING (CATHARINE (KATE) JANE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) He married EILEEN DURMAN.

More About SAMUEL BROWN HOCKING:

Christening: February 06, 1899, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

 

Children of SAMUEL HOCKING and EILEEN DURMAN are:

i. MICHAEL JOHN10 HOCKING.

More About MICHAEL JOHN HOCKING:

Baptism: September 18, 1938, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

ii. DAVID JOSEPH HOCKING.

More About DAVID JOSEPH HOCKING:

Christening: July 30, 1941, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

14. iii. BERNARD GEORGE HOCKING.

iv. PETER HOCKING.

More About PETER HOCKING:

Christening: May 18, 1947, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

 

11. LILY9 HOCKING (CATHARINE (KATE) JANE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) She married WILFRED RAYMOND HAWKRIDGE.

Notes for WILFRED RAYMOND HAWKRIDGE:

Occupation: Shopkeeper

 

Children of LILY HOCKING and WILFRED HAWKRIDGE are:

i. LAWRENCE10 HAWKRIDGE.

ii. HELENA ROSEMARY JANE HAWKRIDGE, b. 1948, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; m. DAVID HAROLD PAYNE, April 15, 1978, St. Gorran Church, St Austell; b. 1948.

Notes for HELENA ROSEMARY JANE HAWKRIDGE:

Occupation: Teacher

Residence:7, Trelispen Park, Gorran Haven, St Austell

More About HELENA ROSEMARY JANE HAWKRIDGE:

Baptism: April 04, 1948, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

Notes for DAVID HAROLD PAYNE:

Occupation: Aircraft Engineer

Residence: 17, Ribble Dale, Thornbury, Avon

 

12. RITA ISABEL9 LIDDICOAT (EDWIN8 LIDDYCOAT, THOMAS HENRY7 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born December 13, 1913 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall, and died July 23, 2000 in Penrice Hospital, St. Austell. She married CHARLES WHATTY December 24, 1938 in Liskeard Methodist Chapel, son of JOHN WHATTY and MARION ORGAN. He was born February 16, 1910 in Mevagissey, Cornwall, and died October 19, 1985 in Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Notes for RITA ISABEL LIDDICOAT:

A Small tribute to my Great Mother

Rita Isabel Liddicoat was born in the cottage at the top of Church Street called Mt. Zion Cottage on 13th December 1913, she went to school at Gorran when she was well enough.

Her father Edwin Liddicoat died when she was only 20 years old. Rita suffered with asthma and bronchitis from her childhood days for nearly all her live. Rita was given just 16 years to live with that condition by the Doctor.

Rita met Charles Whatty and they were married in Liskeard Methodist Chapel on December 24, 1938 and set up home at Reedy Mill, near Liskeard. War had started and in February of 1941 they had a son John.

Many happy hours were spent with mother as a child collecting and noting the different names of flowers and the different types of birds that frequented the area. We used to rear a pig each year during the war years and I remember on one occasion we were going out and mother asked father to put the pig in the pigsty. Father went out in the orchard and tried to coax the pig back to the sty. Every time father tried to get the pig back to the pigsty the pig would go the opposite way around the apple tree. When mother came out she asked father why he was taking so long, father by this time was getting annoyed. Mother picked up the bucket she used to feed the pig with, rattled it and said come on. The pig came running straight into the pigsty. We often had to laugh about it.

She took a keen interest in what was happening at school and the children and myself were always interested when she told a story. The words relating to the story she read, the pictures she put her own words to making it interesting to listen to. It was nothing to have six of us plus adults all listening to her.

Mother and father moved to Liskeard to live and work, it was a town and none of us liked it, another move to Doublebois and to neighbors who were a joy to be with. Mother and father left Doublebois to live in Mevagissey, the place where father was born. Mother and father finally returned to Gorran Haven to live in Portheast Way the village mother was born in.

Mother was a staunch Methodist and it was only when she was ill that she failed to go to chapel, and then she always asked either Winnie or Sylvia what had taken place, how many people were there etc. Mother loved it when the children and great grand children came around to see her, the great grandchildren affectionately gave her the name of Granny pasty. They always seemed to like her pasties somehow.

Mother loved her garden, if anyone called they were always given a tour and plants were given to the person being shown around if they said that they liked it.

Mother also loved all the birds that came to visit the garden, and they always seemed to know when she went to the kitchen. The blackbirds were the first to arrive at the window asking for sultanas, thrushes weren't far behind along with sparrows, the birds taking them from her fingers.

Mother was a member of the retirement club and enjoyed the friendship that it gave, Saturday afternoons on the other hand were spent playing scrabble in her own house with Sylvia.

Mother enjoyed going on outings arrange by either Isabel or Catherine to old houses, gardens or to places like Truro.

Mother was always there when you wanted her, nothing was to much trouble,

She was a mother,

Think what a mother should be,

She was that.

I shall miss her

God bless her

Whatty Rita  Isabel Chez Nous Portheast Way Gorran Haven Housewife F 86

Penrice Hospital St Austell 28/7/00 Block C Row 6/6 (St Goran Parish Cemetery)

 

More About RITA ISABEL LIDDICOAT:

Burial: July 28, 2000, St Gorran Cemetery, St. Austell

Notes for CHARLES WHATTY:

Charles when he was young worked in his father's barbers shop. He passed his examination to go to Grammar school, but owing to his father being unable to pay, he had to stay at Mevagissey School left Mevagissey and went to work for his brother Joseph at Polperro in the bake house. He met Rita Liddicoat and they were married at Liskeard. His first work place after being married was with Corrin's at the flour mill near St Keyne station near Liskeard, they lived in a tied cottage at Ready Mill about one mile from his work. On leaving Corrin's he went to work for Issac's coal yard situated at Liskeard railway station. Charles and his wife left the tied cottage and moved to Dean Street Liskeard where he got work with Beswetherick who owned the fruit and vegetable shop beside the house they lived in. He worked for a few days in the shop each week and the rest of the time he worked on Beswethericks farm near Doublebois. Charles left Beswethericks to work for Blamey and Morcome at their stores at Doublebois, they move to 1 The Terrace Doublebois. He became manager of the store selling cattle feed coal and oil. Sadly Blamey and Morcome went bankrupt and Charles and Rita moved to Mevagissey working for John Furse in the Bark House selling summer goods to visitors. At the end of the season they moved back to Gorran Haven to live with Rita's sister Florence Dyer. They had a bungalow built at Porth East Way Gorran Haven. Charles went to work for English China Clay processing clay at Goverseth clay pit. He worked there until his retirement at 65 years.

Charles was a local preacher for 45 years

Gravestone Inscription: - In loving memory of Charles Whatty died 19th October 1985 aged 75 years Also of his beloved wife Rita (nee Liddicoat) who died July 23rd 2000 aged 86 years.

Whatty Charles Chez Nous  Portheast Way Gorran Haven Retired  E.C.L.P M 75

23/10/85 Block C Row 6/6

 

More About CHARLES WHATTY:

Burial: St Gorran Cemetery, St. Austell

Occupation: E.C.L.P St Austell

 

Child of RITA LIDDICOAT and CHARLES WHATTY is:

15. i. JOHN EDWIN10 WHATTY, b. February 26, 1936, Trewidland, Liskeard, Cornwall.

 

Generation No. 4

 

13. ELIZABETH10 COWLING (PHILIP9, FLORENCE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) She married ALBERT BOLT.

 

Child of ELIZABETH COWLING and ALBERT BOLT is:

i. DAVE11 BOLT.

 

14. BERNARD GEORGE10 HOCKING (SAMUEL BROWN9, CATHARINE (KATE) JANE8 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS HENRY7, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) He married VALERIE CLAIRE.

Notes for BERNARD GEORGE HOCKING:

Occupation: Carpenter

More About BERNARD GEORGE HOCKING:

Christening: February 10, 1946, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

 

 

Descendants of Bernard George Hocking

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  BERNARD GEORGE4 HOCKING  (SAMUEL BROWN3, JOSEPH2, JOSEPH1) was born December 08, 1944.  He married VALERIE CLAIRE. 

  Notes for BERNARD GEORGE HOCKING:

Occupation: Carpenter

  More About BERNARD GEORGE HOCKING:

Christening: February 10, 1946, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

     

Children of BERNARD HOCKING and VALERIE CLAIRE are:

              i.     JOSEPH BENJAMIN5 HOCKING, b. September 07, 1974; m. LISA MULCAHY, August 02, 2003.

  More About JOSEPH BENJAMIN HOCKING:

Baptism: July 27, 1975, St. Gorran Church, St. Austell

 

2.           ii.     CHRISTOPHER BERNARD HOCKING, b. July 24, 1970, Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

             iii.     ELIZABETH CLAIRE HOCKING, b. June 19, 1976, Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

  More About ELIZABETH CLAIRE HOCKING:

Christening: March 27, 1977, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

  3.          iv.     RACHAEL ANN HOCKING, b. June 25, 1969.

  2.  CHRISTOPHER BERNARD5 HOCKING (BERNARD GEORGE4, SAMUEL BROWN3, JOSEPH2, JOSEPH1) was born July 24, 1970 in Gorran Haven, St. Austell.  He married ELIZABETH ANN JOHN May 05, 1994, daughter of KENNETH TREVOR JOHN.  She was born Abt. 1966.

  Notes for CHRISTOPHER BERNARD HOCKING:

Occupation: Officer in the Royal Navy

      Children of CHRISTOPHER HOCKING and ELIZABETH JOHN are:

              i.     ISAAC6 HOCKING, b. January 14, 2000.

              ii.     GILES MICHAEL HOCKING, b. January 02, 2003.

 

  3.  RACHAEL ANN5 HOCKING (BERNARD GEORGE4, SAMUEL BROWN3, JOSEPH2, JOSEPH1) was born June 25, 1969.  She married IAN RANDALL August 24, 2000. 

      Children of RACHAEL HOCKING and IAN RANDALL are:

              i.     GRACE6 RANDALL, b. July 04, 2001.

              ii.     NIAMH RANDALL, b. September 06, 2003.

 

  15. JOHN EDWIN10 WHATTY (RITA ISABEL9 LIDDICOAT, EDWIN8 LIDDYCOAT, THOMAS HENRY7 LIDDICOAT, THOMAS6, JAMES5, WILLIAM4 LIDECOAT, WILLIAM3 LETECOTE, WILLIAM2 LIDICOATE, JOHN1 LIDDICOAT) was born February 26, 1941 in Trewidland, Liskeard, Cornwall. He married (1) JACKIE CHIPPENDALE. She was born July 22, 1941 in Yorkshire. He married (2) MAUREEN ELIZABETH DUFFETT November 17, 1972 in St. Austell Registry Office, daughter of HENRY DUFFETT and ELIZABETH LAMBOURNE. She was born July 08, 1931 in Bristol.

Notes for JOHN EDWIN WHATTY:

Owned the boat called the 'Mermaid' fishing out of Gorran Haven

Owned the boat called the 'Aquarius' fishing out of Mevagissey

Cornish record rod caught aboard the 'Aquarius' Hake weighing 21lbs and 12 ozs

Built a Glass fiber boat called the 'Valiant' fishing out of Mevagissey

 

Children of JOHN WHATTY and MAUREEN DUFFETT are:

i. JOHN PETER LEONARD11 WHATTY, b. November 02, 1957, Redruth Hospital, Cornwall; m. HELEN FRANCIS UPTON, May 04, 1991, St. Gorran Church; b. November 16, 1968, Lisbun.

ii. ROBERT GEORGE LEONARD WHATTY, b. July 05, 1960, Gorran Haven, St. Austell; d. December 14, 1977, Gorran Haven, St. Austell.

Notes for ROBERT GEORGE LEONARD WHATTY:

Died in a motor cycle accident near St. Austell

Whatty

Robert George Leonard

 

Horizon

3 Perhaver Way

Gorran Haven

Apprentice

Engineer`

M 17 City Hospital Truro 19/12/77

 

More About ROBERT GEORGE LEONARD WHATTY:

Christening: August 07, 1960, St. Gorran, Church, St. Austell

 

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