Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

Eleanor Trelawny

Born: Unkown
Died: 20th March 1852
Appears in Cronin / Congleton / Lowe / Newman / Bellett / McAdam / Maynard / Kingscote / Deck Family Tree

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Tom said ...
According to "Awakening to Secession" she was a member of B.W. Newton's household and attended the Powerscourt Conference in 1833
Saturday, Mar 11, 2017 : 20:50

Timothy Stunt said ...
According to my notes made some 15 years ago (!) Eleanor Trelawny was the younger daughter of Edward Trelawny [1762-1807] and Jane (nee Woollcombe) of Coldrinick, Cornwall. She was baptized 4th May 1798. On 29th March 1837, she married Christopher McAdam whose grandfather, John Loudon McAdam (1756-1836) was the inventor of the road-making process, McAdamization, which has given us the word ‘tarmac.’ [see ODNB] She died 20th March 1852, and had three children Ellen Jane McAdam, Agnes Henrietta McAdam and Emily Darrell Louisa McAdam ('Darell/Dayrell' being an ancestral name on her father's side). Timothy Stunt
Saturday, Mar 11, 2017 : 22:28



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