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Louisa Fisher Hallamore

Thomas Hart FSA portrait
Thomas Hart F.S.A
13th December 2014
Herbert Passingham Hart
14th December 2014

Thomas Hart married LOUISA FISHER HALLAMORE 1862 in Falmouth, Cornwall, England., daughter of ALFRED HALLAMORE and JANE PEARCE.  She was born 1839 in Penzance, Cornwall, England., and died 13 Oct 1918 in Polbrean, Landewednack, Cornwall, England.

Children Were 

Herbert Passingham   1863 to 1901

Horace Percival   1864 to 1896

Marie Louise   1866 to 1942

Sydney Ernest  1867 to 1921

Claude Montague  1869 to 1952

Tracey Dyke   1870 to 1930

Beatrice Leaf   1872 to 1964

Thomas Dyke   1874 to 1900

Barclay Boyd   1875 to 1956

Ruby Irene Bernice  1877 to  1940

Theodore Gurney   1878 to 1954

Notes for LOUISA

  • Birth Name: Louisa Fisher Hallamore
  • Year of Registration: 1839
  • Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
  • DISTRICT: Penzance
  • County: Cornwall
  • Volume: 9 Page: 214

Louisa died at the family home on the Lizard, her son Claude was with her

Penzance Cornwall

Penzance (/pɛnˈzæns/ pen-ZANSSCornishPennsans)[1] is a town, civil parish and port in the Penwith district of Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is the most westerly major town in Cornwall[2] and is about 64 miles (103 km) west-southwest of Plymouth and 255 miles (410 km) west-southwest of London. Situated in the shelter of Mount’s Bay, the town faces south-east onto the English Channel, is bordered to the west by the fishing port of Newlyn, to the north by the civil parish of Madron and to the east by the civil parish of Ludgvan. The civil parish includes the town of Newlyn and the villages of MouseholePaulGulval, and Heamoor. Granted various royal charters from 1512 onwards and incorporated on 9 May 1614,[3] it has a population of 21,200 (2011 census).[4]

Chapel Street

Penzance’s former main street Chapel Street has a number of interesting features, including the Egyptian House, the Union Hotel (including a Georgian theatre which is no longer in use) and Branwell House, where the mother and aunt of the famous Brontë sisters once lived. Regency, and Georgian terraces and houses are common in some parts of the town. The nearby sub-tropical Morrab Gardens has a large collection of tender trees and shrubs, many of which cannot be grown outdoors anywhere else in the UK. Also of interest is the seafront with its promenade and the open-air seawater Jubilee Bathing Pool (one of the oldest surviving Art Deco swimming baths in the country).

Penzance is the home of the pirates in Gilbert and Sullivan‘s comic operaThe Pirates of Penzance. At the time the libretto was written, 1879, Penzance had become popular as a peaceful resort town, so the idea of it being overrun by pirates was amusing to contemporaries.

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