There is a memorial inscription at St Columb Minor parish church, mentioning Richard (presumably as her husband), and giving burial date as date of death, and age as 54.
26 Mar 2012
Prior to import, this record was last changed 26 Mar 2012.
26 JUN 1747
St Columb, Minor, Cornwall
There is another possible christening at Mawgan in Pydar in 1753 (parents Henry and Grace), but the place and date of this one seem more probable in relation to date of marriage. Moreover, although neither tally with age quoted in headstone transcription, which suggests a birth date around 1737, this one would at least mean that the latter was exactly 10 years out, which is not at all unknown.
After marrying there, it appears that Henry and Grace had a family first at Mawgan, and then at St Columb Minor and East Newlyn. One of these Graces appears to have later died unmarried at St Columb Minor.
Children are shown in the IGI, from the parish register, and all christened at St Columb Minor. The first daughter Ulalia (and of course her successor) was evidently named in honour of Richard's sister Eulalia, who had recently died.
Son John appears to have died at St Columb Minor in 1795 (possibly with two children - there are a Richard and Grace mentioned on the headstone, with no age). A similar fate appears to have befallen his cousin Richard, the son of William, in 1798. There is also a memorial to his son Richard and his wife Ann (Jacka), who died in 1860 and 1836 respectively.
Three children of this family married three children of Richard Jacka and Elizabeth Argall - see their pages for more details.