The following records have been transcribed from various sources, including microfiche of the Parish Register obtained from the Cornwall Record Office. This is an ongoing project and will be updated as more records are transcribed.

Other donated material


Phillimores Marriages
(note - these are large files and will take a short while to load)
1571 to 1615 1616 to 1650 1651 to 1700 1700 to 1725
1726 to 1750 1751 to 1775 1776 to 1812

Other Useful Information

(off site)
1841 1851
1871 1881

Transcribed from the Kellys Directories.
These are the entries for St Enoder. Note spellings are as original
1856 1873 1883 1889
1893 1897
1910 1914
1923 1939

St Enoder Parish Priests

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Welcome to the 

St Enoder Parish

information pages.

St Enoder Church

Photograph kindly supplied by Carol Booth

The data contained in these pages has been donated to the Cornwall Online Parish Clerk Project by a number of people with interests in the parish of St Enoder. The records shown are by no means complete, so any further contributions for the parish of St Enoder would be very much appreciated.
Thank you to the following people for their contributions to the baptism, marriage and burial transcriptions -

Narelle Smith, Carol Booth, Diane French, Quintin White, Ken Miller, B Slater, Dorothy Butterfield, B. Charles, Mike McCormick, Russell Smith, Lynn Watt, Colin Richardson, Eve Ferguson, S. Martin, David Hughes, Paul Brewer, Sue Boyland and Julia Mosman.

Many thanks to George Kent for permitting the inclusion of his Phillimores Marriage Transcriptions for St Enoder. 

Please note that this website is a genealogy site and not connected in any way to St Enoder church, or the St Enoder Parish Council, whose official website can be found at (copy and paste into a browser)

 Please send any contributions of pictures or other data to me, Mark Jose.

I hold many other varied records, including the "Summercourt Through The Years" book

and tithe records, so it is well worth asking if you cannot find your St Enoder ancestor in

the records on this site.

Many thanks to all those people who allowed me to link to their pages

A special thanks to Sue Boyland,the previous St Enoder OPC,who was responsible for the collecting and transcribing of much of the data on these pages.

All transcriptions on this website are provided for personal research only. Commercial use is not permitted.

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