The following pages contain the little which is known concerning a family of no social importance, and will consequently, only be interesting to those connected with it. For such they are written, and to such addressed, without any apology for their publication. George William Marshall, 1866.

Charles Sweet Scantlebury1,2

Charles Sweet Scantlebury with his third wife Mary Jane Seccombe
Charles Sweet Scantlebury with his son Alfred Edward and brother George Edward
Male, #1976, born 7 Jul 1841, died Dec 1918
Relationship8th great-grandson of John Skantilbew
FatherThomas Scantlebury1,2 born 24 Mar 1805, died Mar 1873
MotherJane Jago1,2 born 4 Jan 1807, died Sep 1895

Family 1

Elizabeth Jane Hicks born Dec 1837, died Sep 1864

Family 2

Margratta Ann Fawkner born Mar 1845, died 26 Jun 1868

Family 3

Mary Jane Seccombe born c 1840
Birth7 Jul 1841 Falmouth, Cornwall, England1,2 
(Witness) Census 185130 Mar 1851 Quay Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; Principal=Thomas Scantlebury, Principal=Jane Jago3 
(Groom) Marriage3 Nov 1863 The Parish Church of St. Luke, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; Bride=Elizabeth Jane Hicks, Witness=Samuel Smith Scantlebury4 
(Groom) Marriage2 Jan 1867 The Parish Church of King Charles the Martyr, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; Bride=Margratta Ann Fawkner4 
(Witness) Census 18712 Apr 1871 Swanpool Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; Principal=Thomas Scantlebury, Principal=Jane Jago5 
(Groom) MarriageMar 1872 Falmouth, Cornwall; Bride=Mary Jane Seccombe6 
Census 19113 Apr 1911 Mill Hill, Falmouth, Cornwall, England; Principal=Mary Jane Seccombe, Daughter=Dorothy Winifred Pascoe, Daughter=Lillian Jane Scantlebury7 
(Deceased) DeathDec 1918 Falmouth, Cornwall, England8 
ChartsDescendants of John Skantilbew


  1. [S17] 1861 Census of England & Wales.
  2. [S16] - name of person - record type, City of Westminster Archives Centre, 10 St. Annes Street, Westminster, London, England.
  3. [S23] The 1841 Census of England & Wales.
  4. [S2] Original marriage certificate of - name of person and - second person, - event date "- cd."
  5. [S22] The 1871 Census of England & Wales.
  6. [S5] General Record Office Marriage Index.
  7. [S72] The 1911 Census of England and Wales.
  8. [S6] General Record Office index of death certificates.
  9. [S11] The 1881 Census for England & Wales.
  10. [S31] - name of person Bapisim, - repository, - repository address.
  11. [S4] Birth Indexes ~ General Register Office.



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    • Very easily a young person can feel the doors close around them School - knowledge - can break some of that.

      — - Joe Scantlebury
    • I've always said that I would not retire until there are at least 10 other African-American women in transplantation.

      — - Dr. Velma Scantlebury
    • The man who does not read books has no advantage over the man that can not read them.

      — - Michael Scantlebury
    • It's interesting when people just look at me and think I'm black and then when I open my mouth, they're like, 'Oh, wow..

      — -Dr. Velma Scantlebury
    • a family of farmers, mariners, sailors, coastguards, carpenters, tailors and builders originating from Cornwall in the 16th Century.

      — -Richard Scantlebury
    • go to heaven and have crowns and golden harps.

      —- Dr Vera Scantlebury Brown
    • Scantlebury Frequency: (143) (number of times this surname appears in a sample database of 88.7 million names, representing one third of the 1997 US..

      —- Richard Scantlebury
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  • go to heaven and have crowns and golden harps.

    — - Dr. Vera Scantlebury Brown
  • I wished I had remembered that people think you are rude when you merely express an opinion somewhat different from theirs—they do not realise that we have minds of our own.

    — Dr. Vera Scantlebury Brown
  • An Iroko tree has fallen I was fortunate to be one of the many ‘not so young’ Corrosion Engineers that sat at his feet and Prof Scantlebury taught us well. .

    — - Dayo Olowe
  • Independence means freedom and being able to go out by yourself or go shopping or choosing where you live and who you live with..

    — - Josie Scantlebury
  • Thomas Scantlebury,"' he says " was the adviser, chiefly; while his son, John Barlow Scantlebury, took the more prominent part. I well remember that, on one occasion, the opponents of the church rates would have fatally committed themselves but for my father..