I am not sure if we have a common relationship or not, but my Elizabeth Ingram was chr 9 April 1799 in Gwinear to Tobias and Elizabeth (SAMPSON) INGRAM. Elizabeth Ingram lost her first husband, John LUKE, after a short marriage. In 1828 She married William POLLARD, and later they came to Iowa County, Wisconsin. Elizabeth and William did have two of their children chr in Crowan(Elizabeth 1833, and Richard 1840. As there are several Tobias Ingram's in Gwinear, I am not sure just which one is my man. The census points to her birth as between 1760 and 1766 in Camborne. I found 6 children that appear to be thiers in Gwinear. John, Elizabeth, Anne/Nanny, Mary, Tobias, and Christopher. I believe that the John Ingram who married Mary OATEY, is likely part of this family. Thier daughter, Mary RAPSON, is buried in Cobb, Wis. Another daughter, married a Thomas SIMONS in Gwinear. In Camborne there are only a couple of Elizabeths of this age group. From what I can find, it is likely that my Elizabeth SAMPSON, was the daughter of Hugh SAMPSON/SAMSON and Elizabeth UREN. The IGI shows Hugh Sampson, 1739, as the son of Hugh SAMPSON and Jane WILLIAMS. Jane died in 1746. I believe this Hugh was born 1710, and may actually be the same man who married Elizabeth Uren, as there are two deaths for a Hugh Sampson (1779 and 1782). The Hugh who md Jane Williams, likely remarried, as there are three children to a Hugh Sampson form 1748-1753.(This would be outside Camborne for the marriage). I have not figured out all the lines......so many seem to cross......that I need some wills or probates to be sure. Could we have any common kin?