Uglow Family HistoryUglows in Blisland}
From Iain Dunworth's Blisland page
The parish is named after an
unknown personal name plus 'tun' which means land. It is mentioned in
the Domesday Book as Glustone, here the B has changed to a G. The village
lies on the edge of Bodmin Moor about 3 miles North East of the town of
Bodmin. It is a hilly area with numerous isolated farms and small unfenced
moorland roads. It is primarily farmland and cattle and sheep are grazed
on the moorland.
Statistics: 6421 acres of land and 24 acres of water
Blisland is about 3 miles north east of Bodmin.
1. The whole of Cornwall
2. Here is a map to get you to Blisland
Family 1 Antony and Margery
Antoney 1642 was born in Bodmin, the son of Robert 1603 and Gartered Werringe and the grandson of John and Alice Dyere. He marries Margery in Blisland. Anthony dies in Helland in July 1726 - although this might be his son, Anthony.