Good Day, Cousins, For info - I just returned from Cornwall. While there, I dropped by the Cornish History Research Centre in Truro. A few observations that some of you experts already know about. First, Pendarvis was once a popular name, usually appearing as Pendarves, but sometimes as Pendarveis, Pendarvice, and Pendarvis. However, when I checked the Cornwall phone book, I came up with no private telephone mentions. Lots of Pendarves place names though: Pendarvis Road in Cambourne (it runs the full width of Cambourne - we walked the length of it), Pendarves Flats and Pendarves Street in Penzance, Pendarves House in Cambourne (a residence hotel). I got a photocopy of the microfilm fiche for the 1600's Pendarves (and variations) marriages and christenings. No mention of Joseph or Elizabeth Stonewall though. Also photographed some Pendarvis Genealogy pages from other texts (not allowed to machine copy) and don't know how these turned out yet. Also sketched the coat of arms and have to render it as art - unless someone already has a purported Pendarvis Coat of Arms, in which case I will be happy to identify it as either "correct", or a "one size fits all" commercial item in exchange for the photo or color artwork copy. I will drop in again to update this with further info if I can uncover Joseph Pendarves'/Pendarvis' lineage. We very much enjoyed Cornwall, particularly St. Ives, a picturesque seaside village on the North shore. Very little sun at this time of year. The gray days were tempered by many fields filled with yellow daffodils. If we visit again, it will be after mid-spring in order to see some blue sky.