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From: "The Job Residence" <>
Subject: Cornish miners and others at Real de Monte, Mexico 1824 - 1947 - Part 2 - C to E
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 17:43:20 +1000


The following names were taken and indexed by me from the book " Cornish Miners in Mexico 1824 - 1947", by A.C.Todd

by the looks of it the formatting is not working....


Surname- -First name- -Where from- -Age/born/died- -Occupation- -Location- -Cira-Date- -Some Short Comments-


Cameron Mr Administrator Sanchez 1837 he replaced Mr Lauckner as the administrator at Sanchez.
Canning George British Foreign minister London 1823 perceived that the championing of small nations like Mexico could be of enormnous use to British commercial interests.
Carne Joseph Real del Monte 1841 3 months of pay held in hand - report by Captain Francis
Chadwick Englishman 1830 shot dead by bandits while escorting wagons near Tescuca
Chester Dr. H . D. Englishman Doctor 1841 advanced to $185 from $125 a month and extend his contract by another 2 years.
Chynoweth John Real del Monte 1833 one of the many families survilled well in the next century
Chynoweth John Helston 1843 left Liverpool 1st March 1843 onboard the Clyde
Chynoweth James Real del Monte 1833 one of the many families survilled well in the next century
Chynoweth d.1837 Captain 1835 leaving a widow and 5 children
Chynoweth Mrs wife of Captain Real del Monte 1837 her struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Chynoweth John son of Captain age.12 1837 widow mothers struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Chynoweth Mary dau. of Captain age.7 1837 widow mothers struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Chynoweth Susan dau. of Captain age. 5 1837 widow mothers struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Chynoweth Caroline dau. of Captain age.2 1837 widow mothers struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Chynoweth Frederick son of Captain age.3 mths 1837 widow mothers struggle to keep family together and Rule assisted her and family back to Cornwall.
Coles Stephen wheelwright Real del Monte 1828 a capital workamn as a wheelwright and a man of steady and sober habits.
Colquhoun James Lt. Vera Cruz -Bolanos 1820s 1825 in charge escorted machinary to Real del Monte.
Constable Cornish Real del Monte 1834 part of silver escort,
Cook John engineman Regla 1841 advanced pay from $50 to $58 per month
Coulter Dr. Doctor 1825 was working out the best course for the Company to get the cheapest/economical workforce out in the remote area - he suggested at least 500 Irish labourers..
Craze Jacoliah Wheal Busy wife to Married Thomas Honey
Craze families the surviving descendants of the inter-locked familes have had their patience sorely tried in unravelling their Cornish & Mexican strands
Cruz Rodolfo Descendant archives Real del Monte 1970s the keeper of the archives of the Company.
Curnow Mrs Margaret wife of miner Real del Monte 1837 new arrival to join her husband
Curtis Jane St.Day wife to married Matthew Trezise
Curtis families the surviving descendants of the inter-locked familes have had their patience sorely tried in unravelling their Cornish & Mexican strands
Dalley John St Austell Captain Guanaxarto, Mexico 1824 who survived the perils in Mexico, later went to Colombia and later Australia, finally returning to Cornwall in 1853
Darlinstone Mrs Gwennap 1835 husband dead and son in Mexico, Capt Francis advanced her L7.10 shillings
Davidson Thomas Englishman storekeeper 18471 take home $70 a month instead of $60
Dawe Charles Pachuca Athletic Soccer Club 1900 first members of the club
Dawe John Pachuca Athletic Soccer Club 1900 first members of the club
de la Barca Madam Calderon Scotswoman Real del Monte 1840 an inveterate traveller, visited the mining town - wrote a book in 1843 " Life in Mexico". (Frances Erskine Inglis of Edinburgh , married Spains first ambassador to Mexico.)
Deaths-01 Cornish beach near Vera Cruz 1825 15 of 45 Cornish had died
Deaths-02 Cornish miners 1825 buried 22 todate at mines
Deaths-03 Cornish Bolanos 1833 cholera deaths
Deaths-04 Cornish Real del Monte 1970s a total of 256 men, women and children of Cornish background are buried in this cemetary, mainly from mining districts west of Truro, mainly Troon, Camborne, Illogan, Redruth and Gwennap.
Drake (comment about the Spanish silver fleet sailing from this port)
Dunstan Frances Tuckingmill wife to F.H. Pengelly El Almamo mine 1970s she married F.H.Pengelly
Dunstane John Cornish boy boys' 1841 sailed on Palestine in July 1841 Vera Cruz - came out for 4 years
Dunstone Thomas Cornish 1892 in contact with visit by James Skewis
Ehrenberg Charles cashier Real del Monte 1835 the retiring cashier salary had reached $3,000.00 annual salary, with a house included as well.
English seaman 20 of them employed Real del Monte 1825 were paid 50 pound sterling a year each
Evans Joseph Camborne miner Pachuca father to Mrs Carne of Camborne (1970s)
Evans son of Joseph miner Loreto & Guerrero mills and elder brother of Mrs Carne

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