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The parish was created from part of Breage parish in February 1846. However, by the end of the 20th century, the civil parish has ceased to exist and, again, Godolphin is united with Breage and Germoe.
Having run out of room on my main Breage page, here I will add specific new Godolphin information.
The Genuki Godolphin page has links for information such as:
Cemeteries / Census / Church History / Church Records / Civil Registration /Genealogy / Historical Geography / Land & Property  / Maps / Names, Personal / Occupations / Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc./ Population  / Statistics

PARISH RECORDS

          **Have checked these as well as I can, CRO confirms that many pages are severely water damaged, I have left them as ??


  • BAPTISMS 1898 to 1906 (To 1997 available for lookup) By YEAR or Sorted By SURNAME 

  • BANNS 1868 to 1906 (To 1945 available for lookup) By Year  Sorted By GROOM or BRIDE

  • BURIALS 1851 to 1887 By YEAR or Sorted By SURNAME 
  • BURIALS 1888 to 1906 (To 1926 available for lookup) By YEAR or Sorted By SURNAME 

Note in front of Parish Burial register for St John Baptist, Godolphin reads as follows:
"N.B. New Churchyard consecrated Dec 4 1889 by Bishop Speecliley Commissary for Bishop of Truro.
Old Churchyard closed Dec 31 1889 by order to Council.
1st Burial in new Churchyard Jan 10 1890.

S. Rundle
Vicar of Godolphin
Rural Dean of Kerrier"

DIRECTORIES


MASTER SURNAME INDEX of above Directories: SEARCH HERE
N.B.refer back to directory for full transcription