I am a descendant of Thomas Orchard and Betsy Wilton and their daughter Jane. I have some information on the descendants of Jane's brothers John and Simon, but none of the other seven siblings. Betsy was always held up to me by my mother as the ultimate example of the strong woman pioneering the wilderness, going on after the loss of her husband.
I am a descendant of Samuel Irvine and Jane Orchard and their son Samuel. I have some information on the descendants of Samuel's unfortunate brother Richard Beatty Irvine and their religious misadventures and the Royal Canadian Mounties -- and his sister Elizabeth, but none of the eight other siblings.
I am a descendant of Rev. Samuel Orchard Irvine and Mary Jane Cross and their son Howard Thomas Irvine. I have some information on the descendants of his sister Mabel and the fate of his brother Wesley, but none of the other six sibling's families. I have WWI pictures of Arthur and Wesley in their uniforms and know a bit about Arthur's medical practice and his professional bridge playing.
I have all of the next one hundred to modern times. The latest is Samuel Blocker, born 12/28/2005. I don't think his parents know very much about his Cornish ancestry, I doubt they ever heard of Poundstock or Marhamchurch, St. Neot, St. Cleer, Altarnum, Linkinhorne, Lanivet, Bude or Week St. Mary. I am sure, however, they know something of Stonehenge or the legends of King Arthur.
I don't believe anyone of this generation knows of Cornish customs. Wonton abd tacos may be the closest things we have to meat pies.