Ths above link takes me to a 1678 marriage record of a pair of ancestors, Thomas Trevilor and Katherine Duens in Gulval, Cornwall, England, without a photo of the document. Given that Katherine's surname is "unusal" (I guess in the sense that I haven't seen it elsewhere), her forebears would be easy to find, right? Wrong! For me, at least.
I keep wondering if there is a varient of Duens that I'm missing. Is it English? French? Welsh? I'm hoping some of cousins across the Pond might have access to some record or records that'll help.
On this side I have only this record:
THE HISTORY OF CHESTER COUNTY, by Futhey and Cope (1881), pg. 744. "TREVILLER, or TRAVILLA, Katharine, a widow, appears to have arrived in1699, on the ship "Josiah and Betty," with her children, of whom a daughter of the same name was only two years old. The other children were James, who died in Marlborough, 1720, unmarried; Henry, who married, in 1720, Mary, daughter of Morgan James and died in Marlborough, 1726; Richard, who took up land on Doe Run in 1715; and Ann, who married Thomas Stockin, of Whiteland, and after his death became the wife of Richard Richison, of that township."
Many thanks ahead of time!