Stoke Climsland Parish

(in South East Cornwall)

History Site

This site will be an information source for the parish of Stokeclimsland. We hope this will be useful for family historians and local historians. This site is hosted by the Callington Heritage Centre and if you cannot find the information you require please contact the Callington Heritage Centre using the link above or contact the Stoke Climsland Archive

Baptisms 1558 - 1880

` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates

 

Marriages  1558 - 1979

` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates

Burials 1558 - 1932

` Registers exist at the County Record Office for these dates

 

Burial Memorials

A transcription of the burial memorials in St Dominica church ground will soon be available via the 'Search Our Data' link above

Census              

All census from 1841 to 1901 are available on this site, see 'Search Our Data' above.

1841 Census HO107/133, District 8, population 395

1851 Census HO107/1900, District 9, population 324

1861 Census RG9/1525, District 4, population 299

1871 Census RG10/2231, District 4, population 303

1881 Census RG11/2282, District 5, population 309

1891 Census RG12/1808, District 5, population 285

1901 Census  RG13 2189, District 4, population 298

1911 Census available  is now available off-site at a cost, population 287

Overseers Accounts Overseers' Accounts 1737 - 1821 are available at the Cornwall Record Office
Street & Postal Directories Directories listing all the tradesmen and farmers in the parish will be transcribed.
Photographs Photographs of the parish are available via the Photo Gallery link above.
Maps   The 1888 ordnance survey maps of the parish can be seen at the old-maps site, just enter 'St. Mellion' under place search.

For a map giving the location of the parish in relation to neighbouring parishes see link above.

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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