St Ive Parish

in South East Cornwall, pronounced as St ‘Eve’ (and not to be confused with St Ives, a fishing village in the far west of the County)

History Site

This site will eventually contain many free access historical references to the parish of St Ive, it is hosted by the Callington Heritage Centre. We hope this will be useful for family historians and local historians. The site was changed and restyled in 2009, and the intention is to have all the  and register information available on a database, with additional information on the parish pages. If you cannot find the information you require please contact the Callington Heritage Centre using the link above.

St Ive Parish Registers. Please note these registers are in a poor condition and transcription is very difficult with pages missing, damaged at the edges and completely faded out. Transcribing them is a slow process with cross checking to the Bishop's Transcripts which are not much better.
Baptisms 1683 - 1937

` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates. Our searchable database above includes transcriptions from 1778-1840. There is also a separate page for earlier records which currently shows attempts to transcribe baptisms and burials 1752-1771

Marriages 1686 - 1972 ` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates. Our searchable database above includes transcriptions from 1614-1837, the earlier references being obtained from Boyd's Marriage Index 1614 - 1672
Burials 1686 - 1927 ` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates. Our searchable database above includes transcriptions from 1778-1840. There is also a separate page for earlier records which currently shows attempts to transcribe baptisms and burials 1752-1771
Church & Chapel Descriptions and photographs of the 2 churches and chapels. 
Methodist Registers Details of where to find information on Methodist baptisms, marriages, burials. Also some transcriptions.  
Burial Monuments Please see the searchable database of all the monumental inscriptions in St Ive. These currently cover St Ivo parish church and a few memorials from the Pensilva Civic burial ground. Pensilva and the St Ive Methodist Church to be transcribed.

All  from 1841 to 1901 will soon be on-line, see 'Search Our Data' above.

1841   HO107/133, Districts 4 & 5, population 768.

1851   HO107/1901, Districts 6a and 6b, pop. 1031

1861   RG9/1526, Districts 5 to 7, pop. 2593

1871   RG10/2234, Districts 5 to 7, pop. 2952

1881   RG11/2283 & 2284, District 5 to 7, pop. 2121

1891   RG12/1809 District 5 to 7 pop.1716 

1901     is available at a cost from the PRO  site,

1911  is now available off-site at a cost. Pop. 1267

Street & Postal Directories These directories list all the tradesmen and farmers in the parish. The parish entries for the following years have been extracted:-1856, 1873, 1878, 1893, 1910 & 1930
1892 Sanitary Report   Gives an interesting indication of the housing conditions of the period.
1873 Land Owners Lists all the people resident in the parish who owned land in 1873
Land Records Land tax assessments of 1805 and 1812 now on line, tithe records, manorial rolls and rentals to follow
Free & Voluntary Contribution Lists those who made a voluntary contribution to the King in 1661
1662/4 Hearth tax  Lists all the persons in the parish who had at least one hearth and had to pay the hearth tax 1662 and 1664
1641 Protestation Returns Lists every male in the parish who took the declaration (no known dissenters for St Ive).
1544 Subsidy Cornish Subsidies in the reign of Henry VIII, lists all men in the parish with land or goods of value. 
1522 Military Survey One of the very first surveys in which the monarch tried to determine the wealth of the land
Maps   The 1888 ordinance survey maps of the parish can be seen at the old-maps site, just enter 'St Ive' under place search.
For modern location maps visit:-  www.multimap.com
For other parishes If the parish you are interested in is not listed above and is in Cornwall visit  the Genuki page. Also visit the OPC pages for a list of voluntary helpers for Cornish parishes.
   

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Whilst the webmaster and authors of all transcripts and articles have made very effort to ensure accuracy, this cannot be guaranteed as most items have not been double checked. Researchers are advised to check the original documents. This advice applies to anything found on the internet.

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