Journal Details

Journal Title

Spring 2009, #57

Publication Date

2009-05-01

Articles

Table of Contents

EVENTS 3-15

Knowing Your Place, Study Day in Honour of Veronica Chesher 3

Veronica Chesher, The Future of Local History 3

Annual General Meeting, 2008 3-8

Appreciations of James Derriman 4-7

Carole Vivian, A Most Unwelcome Haven 7

Dr Gillian Draper, Ports and Pirates: Researching Real Lives 7-8

CALH Annual Conference, 2009 8-15

Garry Tregidga, The Snail Creep 9

Cedric Appleby, Methodist Tea Treats 9

Carole Vivian, Trelawney Day 10

Dawn Walker, The White Cliffs of Dover 10

Alison Gribble and Daphne Tucker, Origins of Cornish Food 11

Colin Rescorla, The Hurling Game of St Columb 11-12

Carole Vivian and Pam Dodds, Early Sources for Cornish Celebration 12

Jean Nankervis, Old Funeral Customs and Traditions in West Penwith 13

Funeral Customs, Recording Change Error! Bookmark not defined.3-14

Joyce Green, Funeral Customs at Stithians Error! Bookmark not defined.5

Ian Chanter and the Trigg Morris Men, The Mummers Play Error! Bookmark not defined.5

Vanessa Beeman, 80 Years of Gorseth Error! Bookmark not defined.5

The History of Wacker Mill, Margery Payne Error! Bookmark not defined.6-19

The Salt-Water Mills of Gerrans and St Anthony-in-Roseland, Hilary Thompson 20-21

A Tax on Children, Jean’s Jottings 21

Trevail’s Contribution to Cornwall’s Places of Worship, Hazel Harradence 22-25

The Case of Thomas Pooley: A Reinvestigation, Iain Rowe 26-32

Short-Changed by the Vicar, Jean’s Jottings 32

Francis Bluet of Trevethan c1594-1678 (Part 1), Alan Pearson 33-38

BOOK REVIEWS 38-40

Mark Camp and Barbara Birchwood Harper, The Book of Looe 38-39

Ronald Perry and Hazel Harradence, Silvanus Trevail 39-40

Jim Hosking, People and Places in Sancreed Parish 40

 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

Map of Cinque Ports 7

Images from the Conference 8-15

Newquay Choral Society at the Conference 8, Garry

Tregidga 9, Cedric Appleby 9, Carole Vivian 10, Dawn

Walker 10, Alison Gribble and Daphne Tucker 11, Colin

Rescorla 11, Pam Dodds 12, Jean Nankervis 13,

Vanessa Beeman 15.

Map of Wacker Mill 16

A Cross-section of a Typical Tide Mill 17

Francis and his sisters with his daughter, outside the mill

around 1890 (Family Album) 18

Wacker Mill with Mill Pool (Torpoint Archives) 19

Polingey Mill, 1880 20

Site of Polingey Mill 2008 21

St Mary’s Wesleyan Chapel, Truro 22

Helland Wesleyan Chapel 23

The Duloe Tithe Map of 1841 © CRO Ref TM5 30

The Cover of Holyoake’s pamphlet, with his rendition of what

he purportedly saw written on the gate 31

Book Cover

Ronald Perry and Hazel Harradence, Silvanus Trevail,

Cornish Architect and Entrepreneur 39

Book Cover

Jim Hosking, People and Places in Sancreed Parish 40

Details

INDEX

Arundell, 35

Balliol College, Oxford, 27, 28, 30,32

Baragwanath, 10

Bawden, 18, 29, 30

Bellarmin, 2

blasphemy, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32

Bluet, 33-38

Bodmin, 2, 10, 12, 23, 28, 29, 31,39

Bond, 38

Boscawen-un, 15, 40

Borlase, 32

Buckle, 26, 27

Budock, 37

Bush, 30

Carew, 12, 17

Chirgwin, 2

church ales, 12

Cinque Ports, 7, 8

Colan, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38

Coleridge, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32

Colmer, 35

Corinton, 17

Cornish food, 11

Cornish rising, 5, 6

Cornish saints, 2

Coswarth, Cosowarth, 38

Court of Chancery, 34, 35

Crapp, 30

Crowle, 23

Daniell, 36, 37

Dawney, 16

Derriman, 3, 4, 5, 6

Duloe, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32

Edgcumbe, 25

farming, 36, 40

Feock, 25

Fowey, 7, 8, 17, 23

Froe, 20

Fuller, 24

funeral customs, 13, 14, 15

Gerrans salt-water mill, 20-21

Glencross, 28, 29, 32

Godolphin, 35, 36, 38

Gorseth Kernow, 15

Grylls, 28

Gwennap, 34

Hannafore, 39

Harris, 34

Hawtin, 26, 27, 28, 30

hearth tax, 21

Helland, 23

Hobhouse, 28, 32

Holyoake, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32

Hosking, 13, 16, 18, 19, 40

Howell, 29

hurling, 11

Kestle Mill, 24

Killigarth, 6

Killigrew, 33, 37

Kneebone, 16

Landrake, 18

Lent Assizes, 34

Lewcock, 24

local history, 3, 15, 39

Lock, 33, 38

Looe, 7, 8, 10, 14, 38-39

Lovegrove, 24

Loveis, 33

Luxulyan, 22, 39

maquis, 2

Menabilly, 17

Methodism, 9, 19

Mevagissey, 24

Mill, John Stuart, 26

milling, 20

mining, 38, 39, 40

Mitchell, 30

moiety, 33, 34, 35

Morvah, 9

Morwenstow, 10

Nanpean, 24

Newquay, 1, 3, 8, 10, 12, 24, 39,40

Noye, 35, 37

Padstow, 24

Pantheism, 28

Par, 24

parish feast, 12

Parson, 10, 16, 18

peace celebrations, 10

Pedler, 28

Percuil river, 20

Perranzabuloe, 39

Pevsner, 23, 40

piracy, 7, 8

Plympton, 20

Polingey, 20, 21

poll tax, 21

Polperro, 3, 7

Pooley, 26-32

Puseyite, 27

Pydar, 12

quarrying, 38, 39

Raddy, 39

Rashleigh, 17, 18, 24

Redruth, 22

Rescorla, 9

Roche, 9, 22, 39

Rosemelling, 22

salt-water mill, 16

Sancreed, 40

Sandplace, 30

Scantlebury, 4, 6, 35

Scherder Abbey, 38

Scott, 27, 28, 32

scummery, 7

Secularist, 26

Sheviock, 16

skymers, 7

Smith, 33, 36

smuggling, 7, 8

Snail Creep, 9

Spry, 20

St Anthony-in-Roseland salt-water mill, 20-21

St Austell, 11, 22, 23, 24, 39

St Columb, 11, 12, 22, 35

St Cuby, 27, 29

Sunday schools, 9

Talland, 6

Tatham, 29

taxes for children, 21

tea-treats, 9

Temple, 27, 32

tide mills, 18, 20

Toohey, 26, 28

Tredinnick, 29, 30

Tregaire, 20

Tregear, 40

Tregerest, 40

Trelawnay, 10

Trelawny, 4, 5, 6, 10

Trenython Manor, 25

Tresahar, 37, 38

Tresilian, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37

Trevail, 22-25, 39-40

Trevelsewe, 35

Treverbyn, 16

Trevethan, 33, 36, 37

Tywardreath, 25

Wacker Salt Water Mill, 16-19

well sinker, 26, 31

West Antony, 16, 17, 18

Wicca, 10

wreck of the Albemarle, 6

Zennor, 10

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