John VIVIAN of Roskear
Mary MARRACK of Paul
William EVA
Margery VERANT
John VIVIAN of Vellansaundry
(1722-Abt 1790)
John VIVIAN of Hayle
(1756-Abt 1796)


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John VIVIAN of Hayle

  • Christened: 21 Nov 1756, Camborne, Cornwall
  • Married: 25 Jul 1781, Gwinear, Cornwall
  • Died: Abt Mar 1796, Phillack, Cornwall
  • Buried: 2 Mar 1796, Camborne, Cornwall

   General Notes:

1st son


John Vivian 1756-1796 of Trevassack in Phillack eldest son of John Vivian 1722-1790 formerly of Vellandsaundry, Camborne. He was employed at the Cornish Copper Company where his uncle Roger Vivian was Agent for 40 years.
His second son was Capt. John Vivian 1784 - 1871 Seaman, born at Trevassack, at sea from 1798 - 1802 in the Packet Service. He was in London driving Richard Trevithick's engine in New Road in 1803. Commanded the Herald 1832-1842, the Cornwall 1842-1859 and the
Columbia 1859-1860. He retired in 1860 aged 76 years. He, his father and his son John each married an Elizabeth Rosewarne. The son emigrated to Australia in 1836.

   Marriage Information:

John married Elizabeth ROSEWARNE, daughter of Richard ROSEWARNE of Polkinghorne and Unknown, on 25 Jul 1781 in Gwinear, Cornwall. (Elizabeth ROSEWARNE was born in Polkinghorne, Cornwall.)

   Marriage Notes:

John Vivian of Phillack and Elizabeth Rosewarne of this parish

Married after Banns published May 27, Jun 3 and 10 1781

Witnesses: John Rosewarn, Sam Martyn

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