Buried in Cornwall

The addictive cosy Cornish crime series Janie Bolitho. sculpture, he hardly acknowledged her existence but Stella was not annoyed. She reacted in much the same way if she was disturbed. They would be all right, their marriage was back ...

Buried in Cornwall

After the death of her husband, Rose Trevelyan lives peacefully in Cornwall, working as an artist and photographer. But when she hears terrified screams as she paints the rugged Cornish countryside, and a local woman is reported missing, Rose finds herself suddenly caught at the centre of a police investigation. With so many people who trust her, Rose is – reluctantly, at times – privy to the secrets of many. When the things she is told in confidence appear connected to the investigation, Rose must decide how far the bonds of friendship reach.

Buried in the Country

After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late 1960s, Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall.

Buried in the Country

After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late 1960s, Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall. But her quiet life is short-lived when, due to her experience, the Commonwealth Relations Office reaches out to her to assist in a secret conference that is to take place in a small hotel outside the historical village of Tintagel. Meanwhile, her niece, Detective Sargent Megan Pencarrow, is investigating the disappearance of a local solicitor when she is assigned to help provide security for the conference. Two African students, refugees from Ian Smith’s Rhodesia, arrive for the conference, escorted by Megan’s bête noire from Scotland Yard. They are followed by two mysterious and sinister Londoners, whose allegiances and connections to the conference and the missing solicitor are unclear. With a raging storm having trapped everyone in the hotel, the stage is set for murder, and it’s up to Eleanor and Megan to uncover the truth before more lives are lost.

The Whitney Family of Connecticut and Its Affiliations

1778 ; married at Cornwall , Vt . , Elisha Hurlburt , a farmer , who was born in Canaan , Conn . , about 1760. They settled at Cornwall , where he was drowned , in Otter Creek , in 1824 , in his 64th year , and was buried in Cornwall .

The Whitney Family of Connecticut  and Its Affiliations

The earliest known ancestor of the Whitney family in America was Henry Whitney (1620-1672) who was born in England and immigrated to America in about 1649. One of his children was John Whitney (1644?-1720) who married Elizabeth Smith and was the father of eleven children. Their many descendants live throughout the United States.

The Saints of Cornwall

visited Fowey, heard that St Barrnic the bishop, called in English St Barre, was buried in Fowey church and that his ... one of the sons of Brychan, who was said to have been buried 'in Cornwall' in Welsh genealogies (Bartrum: 15, 18).

The Saints of Cornwall

Cornwall is unique among English counties, though similar to other Celtic lands, in its religious history. Its churches, chapels, and place-names commemorated not only the major saints of Christendom, but also many minor 'Celtic' ones, unique to single churches. This book breaks new ground by considering them all, comprehensively and in detail. The introduction explains how the cults came into existence, and how they shed light on early Christianity in the county. It follows their history up to the Reformation, and shows how popular devotion to the saints lingered even in the eighteenth century. The main part of the book provides a history of every known religious cult in Cornwall from the sixth century AD to the Reformation, with relevant information about its later history down to the present day. Every known site is identified (church, chapel, altar, image, holy well, or other outdoor feature), and every written source is discussed (saint's Life, liturgical commemoration, and calendar festival). This is the first time that a complete inventory of cults has been produced for an area as large as an English county. The work also includes many saints venerated in Brittany, Wales and England, and makes copious references to all three countries. It provides a major resource in the fields of medieval Church history, Reformation studies, folklore, and Celtic studies, as well as the history of Cornwall.

Gloucestershire Notes and Queries

The 4th of October was buried Prudence , the daughter of Willm Joynes . pesti The seventh of October was buried Jeane ... was buried James Cornall , son of William Cornall , of pestilence The 5th day of May was buried Gylles Cornwall ...

Gloucestershire Notes and Queries


Gloucestershire Notes and Queries

The 4th of October was buried Prudence , the daughter of Willm Joynes . pesti The seventh of October was buried Jeane ... was buried James Cornall , son of William Cornall , of pestilence The 5th day of May was buried Gylles Cornwall ...

Gloucestershire Notes and Queries


Gloucestershire notes and queries ed by B H Blacker

The 18th day of Aprelle was buried James Cornall , son of William Cornall , of pestilence The 5th day of May was buried Gylles Cornwall , sonne of William Cornwall , and of the plague . allso The same day was buried Edward Cornwall ...

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Gloucestershire Notes and Queries

The 18th day of Aprelle was buried James Cornall , son of William Cornall , of pestilence The 5th day of May was buried Gylles Cornwall , sonne of William Cornwall , and of the plague . allso The same day was buried Edward Cornwall ...

Gloucestershire Notes and Queries


Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall

Royal Institution of Cornwall. Mr. Jane ( Rector also as well as Master ) had a son ... John Hodge ( buried 15th October , 1600 ) . 1609. ... George Phippen ( or Fitz - pen ) , Rector and Preacher , who was buried in St. Mary's in 1624.

Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall

Includes the Reports of the Institution, which, prior to the establishment of the Journal, were issued separately.

Cornish Seafarers The Smuggling Wrecking and Fishing Life of Cornwall

Corpses washed ashore were not allowed Christian burial until about 1808, when a Cornishman, Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society, and Member of Parliament for Bodmin, succeeded in getting an Act of Parliament passed for their ...

Cornish Seafarers   The Smuggling  Wrecking and Fishing Life of Cornwall

This fascinating book contains a detailed account of the seafaring lifestyle intrinsic to Cornish culture, covering a wide range of topics from smuggling and wrecking to fishing and general boating. A delightful book sure to appeal to anyone with a keen interest in Cornish culture, Cornish Seafarers is a must-have addition to collections of antiquarian nautical literature and well deserves a place atop any bookshelf. Alfred Kenneth Hamilton Jenkin (29 October 1900 – 20 August 1980) was best known as a historian, who had a keen interest in Cornish mining and published the classic text The Cornish Miner (1927). This rare text has been elected for modern republication due to its historical value, and is proudly republished here with a new introduction to the subject.

An Illustrated Itinerary of the County of Cornwall

... Father and mother lies buried here , And I lies buried yonder ! " † Leland describes the Cornish capital much as it stood within human memory . After mentioning the main stream that forms the river , he says : - “ The creke of Truro ...

An Illustrated Itinerary of the County of Cornwall


Cornwall

Henry Martin , aged 101 , was buried at Stithian in 1812 . C Division of Property at the Time of the Domesday Survey . At the time of the Domesday survey , the landed property of Cornwall was chiefly divided between the King , Robert ...

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The Western Antiquary Or Devon and Cornwall Note book

Can you or any of your buried the Honourable Lady readers give me information about an estate of which I am in Anne Seymour of this parish , by Mr. search called " Hazelrigg . " The name is spelt , I believe , in John Prince , Vicar ...

The Western Antiquary  Or  Devon and Cornwall Note book


The Western Antiquary Or Devon and Cornwall Notebook

Can you or any of your “ Then was buried the Honourable Lady readers give me information about an estate of which I am in Anne Seymour of this parish , by Mr. search called “ Hazelrigg . ” The name is spelt , I believe , in John Prince ...

The Western Antiquary  Or  Devon and Cornwall Notebook


The Cornwall Register

Arundell's monument is engraved in C. Gilbert's Cornwall . ... Cornish , widow , buried the 10th of March , 1691 : the daughter of John Veale : baptized Oct. 1578 : she was in her 114th year , having lived at least 113 years , 4 months ...

The Cornwall Register


United States Congressional Serial Set

died October 28 , 1814 ; aged 62 . Samuel Mattocks , hon .: died January 18 , 1804 ; aged 64 . REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS BURIED IN CORNWALL , ADDISON COUNTY , VT . ( References are from the History of Cornwall , by Rev. Lyman Matthews . ) ...

United States Congressional Serial Set


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Richard Whitstone Goode [2769], son of Walter Goode [3670] and Joan Whitston [3671], was born in 1524 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England, died in 1600 in Cornwall, England at age 76, and was buried in St Mary, Cornwall, England, ...

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Magna Britannia Cornwall

Henry Martin , aged 101 , was buried at Stithian in 1812 . с Divifion of Property at the Time of the Domesday Survey . At the time of the Domesday survey , the landed property of Cornwall was chiefly divided between the King , Robert ...

Magna Britannia  Cornwall


Alumni Oxonienses S Z

Treffry , John , of Cornwall , arm . EXETER COLL , matric . 14 June , 1611 , aged 16 ; of Trefry ( s . William ) . baptised at Fowey 26 Jan. , 1594. and M.P. 1621-2 ; buried there 24 Sept. , 1658. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary .

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