NameThomas DEASON , GG Grandson, M
Birthabout 1785, Probably Tresco, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
Baptism27 October 1785, Tresco Parish Anglican, Tresco, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
DeathSeptember 1830, Drowned, Tresco, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
Burial27 September 1830, Probably Tresco, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
FatherJohn DEASON , M (~1739-1812)
MotherElizabeth NICHOLS OR NICHOLLS , F (~1746-1825)
Spouses
Baptism3 March 1793, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
Birthabout 1793, Cornwall, England
Burial11 July 1862, St Just In Penwith, Cornwall, England
Death7 July 1862, Union Workhouse, Madron, Cornwall, England
FatherWalter JENKIN , M (~1757-<1841)
MotherGrace PENDER , F (~1758-1852)
Marriage6 August 1820, Tresco, Isles Of Scilly, Cornwall, England
ChildrenElizabeth , F (~1821-1821)
 Grace , F (~1822-~1888)
 Thomas , M (~1826-1843)
 John (John Jenkins) , M (1829-1915)
Notes for Thomas DEASON
http://www.tregarthen.com/marriage%20register.htm, (September 2002):

Deason Thomas Jenkins Elizabeth Aug 1820 b TR s TR

Thomas was from Tresco, Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, England.

Transcribed from the “Off Island Registers” by the late R. M. Baxter:
23. MARRIAGE: 6 August 1820
Thomas Deason, Bachelor & Elizabeth Jenkin spinster both of the Island
of Tresco were married in this Church of Tresco by Banns by me Jas. Lane
Min:
In the presence of Thomas Deason
William Pender The Mark X of
John Ellis Mary Jenkin
( In the narrative 'Mary' has been corrected to 'Elizabeth')Transcriber's
note!

At the time of Thomas’s baptism in 1785 the family was noted as living at Tresco.

At the time of their marriage in 1820, Thomas was noted as a “bachelor”, Elizabeth a “spinster” and both from Tresco. They were married by banns by Rev James Lane; Elizabeth (incorrectly registered as “Mary” and later corrected to read “Elizabeth”) made her mark “X”, Thomas did not sign or make a mark; witnesses William Pender and John Ellis.

Elizabeth’s parents, Walter Jenkin and Grace Pender, had seven children:
• Mary Jenkin (c1783-?);
• Henry Jenkin (c1789-?),
• Elizabeth Jenkin (c1793-1862);
• Charles Jenkin (c1796-?);
• Grace Jenkin (c1799-?);
• Walter Jenkin (c1801->1846); and
• John Jenkin (c1804-?).
Note: for more information on the Jenkin(s) and Pender families see L – Appendices – Associated Families.

Thomas and Elizabeth’s first child is likely to be a daughter – Elizabeth Deason – known only from a burial record, 20 May 1821, which notes her as an “infant” of “Tresco”. Although the parents were not recorded in the burial register a review of the Deason families on Tresco at that time makes it unlikely for Elizabeth to be the child of any other family. In addition, naming Elizabeth as the first child follows tradition: first born son named after the father; first born daughter named after the mother; second born son named after the paternal grandfather; and second born daughter named after the maternal grandmother.

At the time of the baptism of son, Thomas (1826), the family were noted as living at Tresco.

Thomas’s occupation was noted as a “farmer” on the death certificate of his son, Thomas, in 1843 and again, in 1858, when his son, John, married for second time in Australia. Thomas was also noted as a “fisherman” at the time of his son, John’s first marriage in 1851, Penzance and his death in 1915, Moliagul.

Thomas died 27 September 1830 as a result of drowning when the gig Hope foundered and sank on The Cow ledge - a submerged rock 500 metres off the western shore of St Mary’s. Gig, a local Scilly term, was a six-oared boat, usually with a crew of eight, used for inter-island transport and for carrying pilots to ships requiring navigational help through the shallow and dangerous channels of the Isles of Scilly. Piloting provided a good source of revenue to supplement farming on the islands. The Hope was “much overladen, shipped a heavy sea and sank” and of the “14 on board”, five were drowned:
• Thomas DEASON (c1785-1830), noted as age 46 years;
• James JENKIN (c1763-1830), 67 years;
• Charles JENKIN (c1795-1830), 35 years;
• John ODGER (c1776-1830), 54 years; and
• Catherine ODGER (c1776-1830), 54 years.
All were buried on 27 September 1830. The school-teacher and the parish priest were among the survivors. Note: it is likely that those drowned were all closely related. (Further research required – determine relationship, if any, of those drowned to Deasons).

It is difficult to determine for how long Thomas Deason’s family remained on Tresco after his death. Certainly they had moved to mainland Cornwall by 1840. Conditions on the Isles of Scilly in the early 1800s became untenable due to over-population and lack of work and in 1834 a new landlord, Augustus Smith, took over the running of the Isles. He evicted many islanders on the basis that the islands were over-populated and compelled children of larger families to find work on the mainland. Those least able to support themselves were the first to go. Augustus built a new home and garden within the grounds of the ruins of Tresco Abbey. This was completed in 1838 but did require the demolition of three islander homes – all belonging to Jenkins families.

However, the Deason family may have remained on Tresco for a period beyond 1834 so that the children could attend school there. Evidence suggests both, that they were literate and more likely to have received an education on the Isles of Scilly than on the mainland. Son, John, certainly could sign his name as evidenced in 1851 & 1858,. Likewise, daughter, Grace, was also able to sign her name in 1853 whereas her husband could not. The children may have attended the Anglican Church school that had been established on Tresco in 1752 to help the islanders. In the mining areas of mainland Cornwall it is unlikely that access to education would have been possible as this was before the days of compulsory education. So a move by Elizabeth and the children to the mainland closer to 1840, when John was about eleven, may well be the likely scenario. They were definitely in the St Just in Penwith area by 1840 when Elizabeth, married Philip Bonetto.

In the meantime, daughter, Grace, took-up work as a domestic servant and by 1841 was working in Paul (for more information – see 431) and sons, Thomas and John, went to work at the mines near St Just in Penwith (for more information – see 432 & 433).

On 22 February 1840, Elizabeth Deason married Philip BONETTO (c1793-1847) at St Just-in-Penwith, Anglican Church. Philip was noted as age: 47 years; a “bachelor”; occupation: miner; residence: Carrack; father: Philip Benetto [sic], a “miner”. Elizabeth was noted as age: 46 years; a “widow”; residence: Carrarack; father: Walter Jenkins, a “farmer”. They were married by the Rev. John Walker; witnesses: James Hall and John Tregear. Both Philip and Elizabeth made their mark “X”. Note: the marriage certificate incorrectly recorded Elizabeth’s surname as “Deaken” and Philip’s surname was incorrectly indexed under “Bennet”.

In 1841 the family was living in the village of Cararack. The 1841 Census recorded:
Parish of St Just, village: Cararack [spelling is not clear]
Philip Bonetto, age 45 years, miner, born in County
Elizabeth Bonetto, age 45 years, born in County
Thomas Deason, age 15 years, miner, born in County
John Deason, age 12 years, tin dresser, born in County.

(For more information on Cararack refer entry for son, John Deason – see 433).

By 1843 the family were living in the nearby mining village of Botallack where Philip Bonetto was noted as a resident of Botallack at the time of the death of John’s brother, Thomas, in September 1843. He had died of dropsy, possibly as a result of exposure to arsenic used in tin processing. (For more information on Botallack refer entry for son, John Deason – see 433).

By 1847 the family appear to have fallen on hard times, possibly due to Philip’s, ill health. Philip Bonetto died 14 December 1847, at the Union Workhouse, Madron, Cornwall; his death certificate recording that he died of “consumption”, was a “miner” and age “55 years”. (These later details are consistent with earlier marriage details of 1840). Philip was buried three days later, on the 17 December 1847, in St Just in Penwith; the Anglican Parish register noting him as age “55 years” and residence “Union workhouse”

By 1851 the family – now just Elizabeth and John - had moved to the larger mining town of Trewellard. John’s sister, Grace, had moved far way to Bristol. (For more information on Trewellard refer entry for son, John Deason – see 433).

The 1851 Census recorded:
Parish of St Just, Ecclesiastical district of Pendeen, village: Trewellard
Elizabeth Bonetto, head (of household), widow, age: 58 years, occupation: house keeper, born: Isles of Scilly, Tresco
John Deason, son of 1st husband, unmarried, age: 21 years, occupation: tin dresser, born: Isles of Scilly, Tresco.

Hard times appear to have continued as Elizabeth died 7 July 1862, the Union Workhouse, Madron, Cornwall; her death certificate recording that she died of “apoplexy” [i.e. stroke], was the “Widow of Philip Bonetto Tin Miner” and age “69 years”. It also noted her residence as “Union Workhouse Madron” which may indicate that she had been living there for some time. Madron was the town where her daughter, Grace and family were known to be living in 1861 (refer entry for Grace Deason – See 431). Elizabeth was buried four days later in St Just in Penwith; the Anglican Parish register noting her as age “69 years” and residence “workhouse”.


Acknowledgements:
• Phill Deason, Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, England
• Rick Smith, Launceston Tasmania, Australia
• Maurice Deason, Nunawading, Victoria, Australia
• Duff family researchers, UK
• Leigh Prideaux, Carrum, Victoria, Australia
• Trevor Brown, Australia

References:
Births & baptisms:
• Greg Campbell, 2005–2009, Listing of Deason Births & Baptisms in Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#101)
• Ancestry.com, 2006, England and Wales, Birth Index: 1837-1983, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 13 January 2006 (ref - D_Doc_#101a)
• www.familysearch.org, 2005, International Genealogical Index Parish Birth & Baptismal index, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 21 October 2005 (ref - D_Doc_#101b)
• www.conwalleng.com, 2005, Cornwall Parish Register Index – Baptisms, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 8 October 2005, for Deason (ref - D_Doc_#101c)
• Greg Campbell, 2006, Extract of Deason births/baptisms from Duff Family Research (2006) (ref - D_Doc_#139)
• R M Baxter, 1975, Baptisms - Deason, Scilly Isles (ref - D_Doc_#149)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Parish Register Index - Baptisms Pre & Post 1813, extracts for Deason & Deeson, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#212)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, Baptisms - Cornwall - 1755 - 1900, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#224)
• General Register Office (UK), 1858, Birth index, Penzance, Cornwall, September quarter 1858, p 16 (ref - D_Doc_#389)
• General Register Office (UK), 1856, Birth index, Penzance, Cornwall, March quarter 1856, p ? (ref - D_Doc_#390)
• General Register Office (UK), 1865, Birth index, Penzance, Cornwall, June quarter 1865, p 21 (ref - D_Doc_#391)
• General Register Office (UK), 1862, Birth index, Penzance, Cornwall, June quarter 1862, p 19 (ref - D_Doc_#400)
Marriages:
• Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages (Vic), 1858, Marriage Certificate, John Deason & Catherine McAndrew (ref - D_Doc_#044)
• General Register Office (UK), 1851, Marriage certificate, John Deason & Margaret Davey (ref - D_Doc_#046)
• General Register Office (UK), 1840, Marriage certificate, Philip Bonetto & Elizabeth Deason (nee Jenkins) (ref - D_Doc_#047)
• Greg Campbell, 2005–2009, Listing of Deason Marriages in Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#102)
• Ancestry.com, 2004 & 2006, England and Wales, Marriage Index: 1837-1983, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 7 May 2004 & 13 January 2006 (ref - D_Doc_#102a)
• www.familysearch.org, 2005 & 2007, International Genealogical Index Parish Marriage index, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 21 October 2005 & 29 May 2007 (ref - D_Doc_#102b)
• www.conwalleng.com, 2005, Cornwall Parish Register Index – Marriages, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 8 October 2005, for Deason (ref - D_Doc_#102c)
• Greg Campbell, 2006, Extract of Deason marriages from Duff Family Research (2006) (ref - D_Doc_#140)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Parish Register Index - Pre & Post 1813 Marriages, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#216)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, 2008, Marriage Banns - Cornwall - 1837 - 1904, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#221)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, 2008, Marriages - Cornwall - 1700 - 1904, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#222)
• Joan Huston, 2005, Isles of Scilly - Marriages - 1726-1975 (ref - D_Doc_#238)
• Ancestry.com, 2010, Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1949, extract for Marion Purcey (ref - D_Doc_#396)
• Ancestry.com, 2010, Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922, extract for Ronald Purcey Angwin (ref - D_Doc_#397)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerks, 2010, Marriages - details of record, extract for Richard Angwin & Grace Deason, 1853 (ref - D_Doc_#399)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerks, 2011, Marriages - details of record, extract for Richard Angwin & Elizabeth Rowe, 1811 (ref - D_Doc_#476)
Deaths & burials:
• General Register Office (UK), 1847, Death Certificate, Philip Bonetto (ref - D_Doc_#052)
• General Register Office (UK), 1843, Death Certificate, Thomas Deason (ref - D_Doc_#053)
• Greg Campbell, 2005-2010, Listing of Deason Deaths & Burials in Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#103)
• Ancestry.com, 2006, England and Wales, Death Index: 1837-1983, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 13 January 2006 (ref - D_Doc_#103a)
• www.familysearch.org, 2005, International Genealogical Index - Parish Burial index, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 21 October 2005 (ref - D_Doc_#103b)
• www.conwalleng.com, 2005, Cornwall Parish Register Index – Burials, extract for Deason, Cornwall, 8 October 2005, for Deason (ref - D_Doc_#103c)
• Federation of Family History Societies & Associates, 2004 & 2010, National Burial Index, extract for Deason, Cornwall, Editions 2 & 3 (1813-1837) (ref - D_Doc_#103d)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Parish Register Index – Burials Post 1813, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#213)
• Dianne Donohue, 2005, Isles of Scilly - Burials, Parish (1818-1886) & Non-conformist (1886-1906) (ref - D_Doc_#214)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, 2008, Burials - Cornwall - 1732 - 1900, extract for Deason, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#226)
• Margaret Owens, 2009, West Penwith Burials – 1700-1900, extract for Deason in Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#314)
• General Register Office (UK), 1862, Death certificate, Elizabeth Bonetto (nee Jenkins) (ref - D_Doc_#386)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerks, 2010, Burials - details of record, extract for Elizabeth Bonetto, 1862 (ref - D_Doc_#387)
• Ancestry.com, 2010, England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2005, extract for Ronald Purcey Angwin (ref - D_Doc_#398)
• www.west-penwith.org.uk, 2011, Extract of Burial Records from parish of St Just in Penwith (1836-1849) (ref - D_Doc_#462)
Censuses:
• General Register Office (UK), 1841, Census of England & Wales, Cararack, Cornwall, p 27 (ref - D_Doc_#002)
• General Register Office (UK), 1841, Census of England & Wales, Paul, Cornwall, p 17 (ref - D_Doc_#004)
• General Register Office (UK), 1841, Census of England & Wales, St Buryan, Cornwall, p 8 (ref - D_Doc_#006)
• General Register Office (UK), 1851, Census of England & Wales, Trewellard, Cornwall, p 17 (ref - D_Doc_#010)
• Greg Campbell, 2005, 1841 Census of England & Wales, extract for Deason, all Cornwall, from www.west-penwith.org.uk (ref - D_Doc_#100)
• General Register Office (UK), 1861, Census of England & Wales, Penzance, Cornwall, p 6 (ref - D_Doc_#153)
• General Register Office (UK), 1871, Census of England & Wales, Penzance, Cornwall, p unclear (ref - D_Doc_#154)
• General Register Office (UK), 1881, Census of England & Wales, Penzance, Cornwall, p 36 (ref - D_Doc_#155)
• Margaret Owens, 2007 & 2009, Deason Family Tree (extracts for Deason, Cornwall from Parish Registers and Censuses 1841 to 1901) (ref - D_Doc_#194)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, 1841 Census – all Scillies, full listing, June 2008 (ref - D_Doc_#206)
• General Register Office (UK), 1841, Census of England & Wales, Penzance, Cornwall, p 17 (ref - D_Doc_#388)
• General Register Office (UK), 1891, Census of England & Wales, Penzance, Cornwall, p 10 (ref - D_Doc_#394)
• General Register Office (UK), 1901, Census of England & Wales, Islington, London, p 9 (ref - D_Doc_#395)
Family trees & history:
• Leslie Deason & Phill Deason, c1960–2004, Deason Family Tree (transcribed Greg Campbell, 2004) (ref- D_Doc_#127)
• Rick Smith, 2005, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#136)
• Margaret Owens, 2007 & 2009, Deason Family Tree (extracts for Deason, Cornwall from Parish Registers and Censuses 1841 to 1901) (ref - D_Doc_#194)
• Trevor Brown, 2008, Agatha Evelyn Jenkins & descendants (Jenkin(s) Family Tree) (ref - D_Doc_#239)
• Rick Smith, 2011, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#408)
Other information:
• Probably R M Baxter, c1975, Correspondence - Shipping Register, extracts for Isles of Scilly 1780’s-late 1800’s (ref - D_Doc_#232)
• Ancestry.com, 2009 & findmypast.com, 2009, UK Soldiers Died in Great War, 1914-1919, (The Naval and Military Press Ltd, 2006, British and Irish Military Databases), extract for Albert Edwin Deason (ref - D_Doc_#352)
• Shipping Masters Dept (NSW), 1888, A List of the Crew and passengers ..., for SS Leura, 28 December 1888 (ref - D_Doc_#392)
• British India Steam Navigation Company, Limited, 15 June 1894, Immigration – Form of Passenger List, for SS India (ref - D_Doc_#393)
• Glynnis Reeve, 1995, A History of Tresco in the Isles of Scilly, pps 62-63
• Crispin Gill, 1975, The Isles of Scilly, pps 57, 175-177
• R Symons, 1884, Gazetteer of Cornwall
• West Penwith Resources, 2011, search results for Cararack, at http://west-penwith.org.uk
• Phill Deason, 2004, Correspondence
• Dr Kingsley Gee, 2006, Correspondence regarding dropsy – its terminology and causes
Notes for Elizabeth (Spouse 1)
Thomas's widow, Elizabeth at some stage moved to mainland Cornwall with the children - certainly before 1840 when she re-married. On 22 February 1840, Elizabeth Deason married Philip Bonetto at St Just-in-Penwith, Anglican Church. Philip was noted as: “aged 47 years; a bachelor; occupation, a miner; residence, Carrack; father, Philip Benetto, a miner”. Elizabeth was noted as: “aged 46 years; a widow; residence, Carrarack; father, Walter Jenkins, a farmer”. They were married by the Vicar, John Walker and the witnesses were James Hall and John Tregear. Both Philip and Elizabeth made their mark “X”. Note: the marriage certificate incorrectly recorded Elizabeth's surname as “Deaken” and Philip's surname was incorrectly indexed under “Bennet”.2

Philip Bonetto died 14 December 1847 at the Union Workhouse, Madren, Cornwall. His death certificate recorded that he died of “consumption” and was a “miner” aged “55 years”. These later details are consistent with marriage details. Workhouse rules required the destitute to walk a fixed distance in order to qualify (probably about 5 miles). The Madren Poor-Law Union Workhouse, would therefore qualify for those living in the St Just area. Further research required.2

The 1841 Census recorded the following entry:
“Parish of St Just
Place: Cararack” [spelling is not clear]
“Names: Philip Bonetto, aged 45 years, miner
Elizabeth Bonetto, aged 45 years
Thomas Deason, aged 15 years, miner
John Deason, aged 12 years, tin dresser”.

Note: the 1841 Census record had a specific way in which to denote inhabitants in the same house who were not related; this was not the case for the record shown above, i.e. they were indicated as a single family unit. This could only mean that Elizabeth Bonetto was the mother of the two boys.2

It is likely that the place noted in the 1841 Census is the 'Carrarrack' noted in the Gazetteer of Cornwall 1884. The Gazetteer recorded it as simply, “22 acres” - as if referring to a farm. Other records refer to it as ”Cararack”, ”Carraracke” and “Cararrack”. Its exact location is not known according to current Cornish researchers. Certainly, a public house existed at the site - the 'Queen's Arms' - as late as 1873. In the 1841 Census book entries for the villages of Carnyorth and Botallack were recorded on the preceding pages to the Cararack entry with the entry for Truthwall on the following page. This may indicate that Carrarrack lay somewhere between these locations.

What we do know from the 1841 Census is that Cararack was a small village of 14 households. There was at least one shop, and while most households were noted as miners, two were noted as farmers. This could indicate that Cararack may have been originally been a small farming village. (For more information on Carrack refer entry for son, John Deason).

Just how many years the family spent in Cararack is not known. However, by 1843 the family were living in the nearby mining village of Botallack. Philip Bonetto was noted as a resident of Botallack at the time of the death of John’s brother, Thomas, in September 1843. (For more information on Botallack refer entry for son, John Deason).

By 1847 the family appear to have fallen on hard times as John’s step-father, Philip Bonetto, died 14 December 1847, at the Union Workhouse, Madron, Cornwall. His death certificate recorded that he died of “consumption” and was a “miner” aged “55 years”. These later details are consistent with marriage details. Workhouse rules required the destitute to walk a fixed distance, usually to an adjoining parish (about 5 miles), in order to qualify for assistance. The Madron Poor-Law Union Workhouse would therefore qualify for those living in the St Just parish. Further research required.

By 1851 the family had moved to the larger mining town of Trewellard, situated on the main road approximately 3 kilometres north of St Just. (For more information on Trewellard refer entry for son, John Deason).

The 1851 Census recorded:
Parish of St Just, Ecclesiastical district of Pendeen, village: Trewellard
Elizabeth Bonetto, head (of household), widow, age: 58 years, occupation: house keeper, born: Isles of Scilly, Tresco
John Deason, son of 1st husband, unmarried, age: 21 years, occupation: tin dresser, born: Isles of Scilly, Tresco.

Note: no trace has been found of Elizabeth in the 1851 Census.

Hard times appear to have continued as Elizabeth died 7 July 1862, the Union Workhouse, Madron, Cornwall. Her death certificate recorded that she died of “apoplexy” [i.e. a stroke], was the “Widow of Philip Bonetto Tin Miner” and aged “69 years”. It also noted her residence as “Union Workhouse Madron” which may indicate that she had been living there for some time. Madron was the town where her daughter, Grace and family were known to be living in 1861 (refer entry for Grace Deason). Elizabeth was buried four days later in St Just in Penwith (Anglican Parish register) noted as aged “69 years” and residence “workhouse”.

Acknowledgements:
• Phill Deason, Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, England
• Rick Smith, Launceston Tasmania, Australia
• Duff family researchers (ex Rick Smith, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia)
• R M Baxter research (ex Reg Deason, Dunedin, New Zealand)
• Joan Huston (ex Rick Smith, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia)
• Leigh Prideaux, Carrum, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

General references:
• International Genealogical Index (1998-2006), Parish Baptismal, Marriage and Burial records, extract Greg Campbell, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007, for Deason, Cornwall, England (ref – D_Doc_#101, #102 & #103)
• www.Ancestry.com, 2006, England and Wales, Birth, Marriage &Death Indexes, 1837-1983, extract Greg Campbell, Jan 2006, for Deason, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#101, #102 & #103)
• www.conwalleng.com, 2005, Cornwall Parish Register index - Births & Marriages, extract Greg Campbell, Oct 2005, for Deason (ref – D_Doc_#101 & #102)
• Federation of Family History Societies & Associates, 2004, National Burial Index, Edition 2, (1813-1837), extract Greg Campbell, Dec 2004 for Deason, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#103)
• General Records Office, 2000 & later, Birth, Marriage & Death indexes, 1838-1983, checked by Greg Campbell on an individual basis
• Leslie Deason & Phill Deason, c1960 – 2004, Deason Family Tree, transcribed Greg Campbell, 2004 (ref- D_Doc_#127)
• Rick Smith, 2005, Deason Family Tree (ref – D_Doc_#136)
• Duff family research, 2005, Deason Family Tree, extract July 2005, Rick Smith for Deason, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#139 & #140)
• R M Baxter, 1975, Deason Family Tree (ref – D_Doc_#149, #150 & #151)
• Trevor Brown, 2008, Jenkin(s) Family Tree (ref – D_Doc_#239)
• Joan Huston (2005), Marriages for Isles of Scilly 1726-1975, extract Aug 2008 for Deason (D_Doc_#238)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Baptisms pre & post 1813, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall (ref-D_Doc_#212)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, Cornwall Baptisms, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall, 1755 to 1900 (ref-D_Doc_#224)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, Cornwall Marriages, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall, 1700-1904 (ref-D_Doc_#222)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Marriages post 1815, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall (ref-D_Doc_#216)
• General Records Office 2006, Death Certificate – Phillip Bonetto, 1847, Madron, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#052)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, Cornwall Burials, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall, 1700-1904 (ref-D_Doc_#226)
• General Records Office 2010, Death Certificate – Elizabeth Bonetto, 1862, Madron, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#386)
• Cornwall On-line Parish Clerk, Cornwall Burials, extract June 2010, Greg Campbell for Elizabeth Benetto, Cornwall, 1862 (ref-D_Doc_#387)
• Cornwall On-line Census Project, 2008, Cornwall Burials post 1815, extract June 2008, Greg Campbell for Deason, Cornwall (ref-D_Doc_#213)
• Dianne Donohue, 2005, Burials for Isles of Scillies 1818-1886 & Non-conformist burials for Isles of Scillies (1886-1906) (ref-D_Doc_#214)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1841 Census of England & Wales, extract Greg Campbell, May 2005 for Deason, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#100)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1841 Census of England & Wales (original handwritten entry) for Deason, in: Cararack, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#100); Madron, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#103); Paul, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#100); Penzance, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#100), St Buryan, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#006); St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly (ref – D_Doc_#100); Tresco, Isles of Scilly (ref – D_Doc_#098)
• General Records Office, 2006, 1841 Census of England & Wales, (original handwritten entry) for all inhabitants, Cararack, Cornwall, (ref - D_Doc_#098)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1851 Census of England & Wales, extract Greg Campbell, May 2005 for Deason, Isles of Scilly, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#098)
• General Records Office, 2006, 1851 Census of England & Wales, (original handwritten entry) for Bonetto & Deason, in Trewellard, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#100)
• General Records Office, 2006, 1851 Census of England & Wales, (original handwritten entry) for all inhabitants, Cararack, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#139)
• General Records Office, 2006, 1851 Census of England & Wales, (original handwritten entry) for Bonetto & Deason, in Trewellard, Cornwall (ref – D_Doc_#100)
• General Records Office, 2006, 1851 Census of England & Wales, (original handwritten entry) for Deason, in Bristol, Avon, (ref – D_Doc_#215)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1861 Census of England & Wales, extract Greg Campbell, May 2005 for Angwin, Madron, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#103)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1871 Census of England & Wales, extract Greg Campbell, May 2005 for Angwin, Madron, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#194)
• General Records Office, 2005, 1881 Census of England & Wales, extract Greg Campbell, May 2005 for Angwin, Madron, Cornwall (ref - D_Doc_#215)
• Gazetteer of Cornwall, 1884 (copy not held)
• Phill Deason, 2004, Correspondence
• Leigh Prideaux, 2005, Correspondence regarding early Jenkin(s) and Pender families, Isles of Scilly
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