OLD GILLBARD FARMHOUSES 
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This is SLIDDON / SLYDDON FARM at North Petherwin, Launceston, Cornwall.
It was built approx' 1650 and was the home of the first THOMAS GILLBARD, although his father was a Degory Gilbert/Gylbart or Gylbert. The house had a new roof put on in 1998. One bedroom has an arched ceiling like some churches/chapels, and is called the Chapel room.
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This shows some of the farm buildings as they are today, probably built about 1800 ?
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This is TREVOZAH FARM at South Petherwin, Launceston, which has been much extended over the years.
It was here that THOMAS GILLBARD came when he married Mary Dinnis at North Pertherwin Parish Church on April 30, 1817.
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Thomas Dinnis Gillbard ( son of Thomas Gillbard) came here to PENFOOT FARM, South Petherwin, when he married Mary Walters on 24 April 1847. When he moved to Polinnick Farm, South Petherwin THOMAS GILLBARD came here to semi retire from Trecrogo, about a mile distant.
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This is POLINNICK FARM, where Thomas Dinnis came to farm about 1853/4 where all his children were born except Mary Ann, Thirza, and possibly William Walters. This farm was about 300 acres, and he left some of his children here when he moved to his next farm at Norton about 1865/7.
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Here is NORTON FARM about 214 acres where we know that his last child George was born in 1868. It is mid way between Launceston and Callington.
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Trebeigh goes back to the Domesday Book of 1086.
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Hele Barton Farm, at Blackdog, near Crediton.
This thatched farmhouse is of the 17th century.
You can stay here with Brian & Gillian Gillbard.
See the link to GILLBARD FARM HOLIDAYS & their website.
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