Journal Details

Journal Title

Autumn 2009, #58

Publication Date

2009-10-01

Articles

Table of Contents

Reports

Great trees of Cornwall, Liskeard p2

St Cleer p2

Aspects of thirteenth-century life at Camelford p3

Ghosts and blasphemy, Duloe p4

Rural deans’ reports on church fabric pp4-5

Features

Methodist tea-treats in Cornwall, Cedric Appleby pp7-16

History of Kenningstock Mill, Inette Austin-Smith pp17-23

‘Dear sleepy old Fowey,’ Jim Lewis pp25-31

Francis Bluet of Trevethan (Part 2) Alan Pearson pp33-37

Jottings

Milling in Hayle p24

Victorian Cosmetic Recipes p32

Penzance Tsunami p32

A Zennor Eccentric p32

Book reviews

Pamela Lomax and Ron Hogg, Newlyn Before the Artists Came, 2009

(reviewed by Veronica Chesher) p38

Carolyn Martin, Cornwall’s People: a Biographical Dictionary, edited

and with contributions by Paul White, 2009 (reviewed by Joy Wilson) p39

Callington Local History Group, Callington Doctors, Callington

Heritage Centre, 2009 (reviewed by Dr LB Lewis) p40

Deirdre Dare & Melissa Hardie, A Passion for Nature, Patten Press,

Penzance, 2008 (reviewed by Brenda L Hull) p40

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

Rev Keith Lanyon-Jones showing members the biblical garden, St Cleer p2

Members looking at the ancient crosses at Lanteglos church p3

St Dennis tea-treat p6

St Agnes Wesleyan chapel Sunday school tea-treat, c1960 p6

St Agnes Wesleyan chapel Sunday school tea-treat in Vicarage Road, c1900 p8

Tea-treat at Sennen cWW2 p9

George Gerry selling rock beef (limpets) at the St Agnes Wesleyan chapel Sunday school tea-treat, 1910 p11

St Luke’s tea-treat, 1969 p13

St Agnes Wesleyan chapel Sunday school parade, 1915 p16

West elevation of the derelict Kenningstock Mill, 1973 p17

Top floor gallery showing wheel to hoist grain, 1973 p18

East elevation of Kenningstock Mill, 1973 p19

Seventeenth-century cottage, Kenningstock p19

Wheel and turbine sites, Kenningstock Mill p22

Original rotary drum screen, photographed, 1973 p23

A fine old photograph of the Copperhouse Corn Mill, Hayle c1890p24

Census Returns for Fowey 1801-1901 p26

Map of survey of Fowey harbour, 1875 p28

Fowey station early in the twentieth century p30

Poster marking the opening of the Lostwithiel-Fowey passenger line, 1895 p31

Victorian cosmetic recipes p32

Details

Index

Advent parish, 18, 19

Angarrack, 7, 13

Arwenack, 33, 35, 36

Ash Wednesday, 1962, 32

Austen Family, 25, 26, 27, 29

Bancroft, Thomas, 34

bands, 8-11, 13

banners, 9, 10, 13, 15

Berryman's cars, 14

Bethel, 10, 11

Biddick, TSC, 20, 21

Biographical Dictionary, 39

Black Death, 19

Bluet family, 33- 37

Boscres, Zennor, 32

Budock, 33, 36, 37

Burngullow, 11

Caffamill Pill, 26, 29

Callington, 40

Camborne, 8, 10, 12-15

Camel, river, 17, 20, 22, 23

Camelford, 3, 17-19, 21

Canon's Town, 12, 13, 15

Carbis Bay, 10, 14, 15

Carkeek, Sir Arthur, 14

Carn Brea, 14

Chacewater, 9, 15

Civil War, 34, 37

Clay District, 10, 12

Cornwall Minerals Railway, 29-30

Collins, Thomas, 8, 15

Connor Downs, 12

Copperhouse, 8, 9, 13

Cornish regiments, 35

Cornwall Doomsday Book, 19

Cornwall Mills Ltd, Par, 18

cosmetics, 32

custom house ports, 27

Davidstow, 17, 21

Delabole, 18

doctors, 40

Dozmary Pool, 13, 14

Duloe, 4

fishermen, 27, 39

floral (furry) dance, 11, 12

Fowey Consols, 25, 27, 29

Fowey, 25-31

frances wheel, 23

games, 8-12, 14

Gerry, George, 11, 12

Godolphin, 34

Gotch, Thomas Cooper, 39

Gover, 11

Govily, 36

Great Western Railway, 30

Grenvile, family 35

Hawker, Revd RS, 40

Hayle, 7-10, 12- 16

Haynes, 18, 21, 29

Helston, 12

Helstone, 17, 18, 20, 21

Hicks family, 36

Home Guard, 13

Hopton's Army, 35

Kenningstock 17-23

Killigrew family, 33-37

Lanjeth, 11

Lanteglos, 3, 27, 31

leases, 34, 36

Liskeard, 2, 13

Lostwithiel Street, 29, 30

Madron workhouse, 32

Martin, Revd Thomas, 7

millers, 20-22

mills, 17-24, 32, 38

millstream, leat, 17, 19-21, 23

mining, 2, 7, 14, 26, 27, 30, 31

moneylender, 33

Morvah, 7, 14

Mount Charles, 10, 11

Mount Hawke, 9

Mousehole, 9, 10, 15

Mylor, manor of, 33, 36

Newlyn, 9, 10, 14, 15, 38, 39

Newquay, 15, 29, 30

Nicholls, Cap'n Henry, 32

norse wheel, 22

Par Consols, 29

Par, 18, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31

parliamentary elections, 25, 26

parliamentary forces, 35, 36

Paul Church, 9, 10

Payne's tea rooms, 14, 15

Paynter family, 35, 36

Pendennis Castle, 33-36

Penryn, 33, 36

Pensilva, 2

Penzance, 8, 9, 12-15, 32, 36, 38

Perranporth, 30

Petherwin, Barton of North 33

pilchard fishery, 25- 27, 29

Pinnock Tunnel, 29

Piran Round, 13

Point Neptune, 29

Poll tax, 37

Polperro, 27

Polruan, 27, 31

Polsue, Joseph, 40

Polwhele, Revd Richard, 15

Pooley, Thomas, 4

Porthleven, 13

Praa Sands, 10, 14

processions, 7-13, 15

Queens Hotel, Penzance, 32

Raikes, Robert, 7

railways, 16, 26, 29, 31

Rashleigh family, 26, 29

Redruth, 7-11, 14-16

Rillaton barrow, 2

Rural Deans’ Reports, 4

Salvation Army, 13

Scawn, Herbie, 20, 21

Sennen, 9, 15

serpentine dance, 11, 12

Smith, Bickford, 14

Smith, Dr George, 14

snail creep, 12

St Agnes, 3, 8, 9, 11, 12, 16

St Blazey, 27, 31

St Cleer, 2

St Day, 9

St Dennis, 3, 11

St Erth, 8, 13

St Ives, 13, 14, 15

St John's Eve, 7

St Mawes Castle, 33

St Peterside celebrations, 13

St Piran Round, 14

Street-an-Nowan, 9

Sunday schools, 7-16

Swanpool, 33

tea-treats, 6-16

Thomas, CV, 10

Tinners Arms, Zennor, 32

tourism, 31

tramway, 29

Treffry family, 25, 27, 29, 30

Tremar Quoit, 2

Tremenheere, 38

Trencrom Hill, 8

Trereife, 14

Tresahar family, 34, 36, 37

Tresillian Bridge, 35

Trestreane, Richard, 33

Trethin in Advent, 19

Trevaunce Pier, 9

Trevethan, 34, 35, 36, 37

Trewidden, 14

Trewoon, 11

Tuke, Henry Scott, 39

Tywardreath parish, 25, 27, 31

Watchcroft, 7, 14

waterwheels, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23

West Cornwall Railway, 8

Whit Monday, 7, 8, 10, 15

Williams, William, 34

WWI & II, 9, 13, 15, 20, 21

Yates, Caroline Burland, 38

Zennor, 32

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