Journal Details

Journal Title

Spring 2010, #59

Publication Date

2010-05-01

Articles

CONTENTS

FROM THE EDITOR 1

AGM 2009

The Cornish Learn to Celebrate 2

My Memories of Helston Flora Day 3

Padstow’s Obby Oss 4-5

CONFERENCE 2010

Archival Sources, Colin Edwards 5

The Goods in the Shop, Christine Edwards 5-6

Iconoclasm, Joanna Mattingly 6-7

The Civil War in Cornwall, Tony Wood 7-9

Input from Members: Symposium 9-12

The Great Build, Stephen Tyrrell 12

Fine Dining, Sara Paston Williams 12-13

Lute Music in Seventeenth Century Cornwall, played and presented by Brian Wright 14

Sir Nicholas Slanning’s Regiment, Paul Reid 14-15

A Soldier’s Life, Tony Wallis-Eade & colleagues from the Sealed Knot 15-16

FEATURES

Jonathan Couch of Polperro Jeremy Rowett Johns 17-22

Ambrose de Rouffignac Andrew Gordon 23-25

John Trevail of Carne Hazel Harradence 26-29

The Goods in his Shop Christine Edwards 29-30

The Newlyn Archive Pam Lomax 31-32

The Lost Nunnery Tony Wood 33-34

From Little Acorns Carol Vivian 34-36

BOOK REVIEWS 37-38

REPORTS

From The Treasurer 39

From The Events Secretary 39-40

OBITUARY 40

INDEX 41

Notes for Contributors 42

Details

INDEX

Act of 1547, 6
Altarnun, 40
Arundells, 7, 30, 34
Badcock, Harriet, 32
Badcock, William, 32
Batten, Ben, 24, 32
Bennett, Robert, 6
Benney, Willie, 4
Bodmin, 2, 8, 15, 26,
28, 38
Bodmin Moor, 2
Boskenna, 9
Braddoc Down, 8, 15
Bronze Age, 2, 3
Buller, Francis, 11, 12
Buller, Sir Richard, 8
CALH Journal, 34, 36
Camelford, 2
Canada, 26, 28, 29
Carew’s Survey, 5
Carne, 26, 29
celebration, 2
chapmen, 29
Charles I, 7, 9
Chesher, Veronica, 34
childbirth, 20, 22
cholera, 19
Chygarkie Farm, 3
Civil War, 6, 7, 10, 11,
14, 15, 16
coat of arms, 12
Common Law, 7
Constantine, 39
consumption, 13, 19
cooking, 13
Couch, Jonathan, 17,
19, 20, 21, 22, 38
cowpox, 18
Cury Harriers, 4
delftware, 13
Derriman, James, 35
disease, 18, 19, 20
East India Company, 6
eating, 12, 29
Eikon Basilike, 9
emigrants, 28
English Revolution, 7
epidemic, 18, 19
fabrics, 29, 30
Falmouth, 15
festival, 4
Fiennes, Celia, 40
fishing family, 38
Flora Day, 3, 4
Flying Standard 12, 4
foodstuffs, 6, 29, 30
Fowey, 30, 39
furniture, 6, 11, 12, 13
gentry, 8, 12
gentry houses, 12
Glasney Priory, 3
glassware, 13
goods in his shop, 6, 30
Green, Iris, 40
Grenville, Sir Beville, 7
Grylls, John, 7
Harvey, Phillip, 24
Helston, 3, 4, 24, 37
Herring, Peter, 2
Hopton, Sir Ralph, 8, 15
Huguenot, 24, 25, 30
Hull, Brenda, 34
hut circle, 11
hygiene, 19
infant mortality, 20
inoculation, 18, 19
inventories, 5, 6, 11,
29, 30
Iron Age, 11
Jane, Joseph, 8
Jenner, Edward, 18
Job, Zephaniah, 22
Journal index, 35
journeys, 4, 27, 28
Kinsmen, Rev Barry, 4
landscape, 2
Lanhydock, 14
Lanhydrock atlas, 5
Lansallos, 17, 19, 20,
21
Launceston, 8
legends, 38
Liskeard, 8, 33, 34
Lostwithiel, 7
lute music, 14
Luxulyan, 26, 29, 39
Masters Certificate, 24
May Day, 3, 4
maypole, 3, 4
merchandise, 29
midwife, 20, 21
Mousehole, 25, 37
Muster Rolls, 10
Mystery, 32
National Archives, 5,
23, 25
Neolithic times, 2
New Model army, 15
Newlyn, 10, 24, 31, 32,
37, 40
Newlyn Archive, 31
Newlyn School, 32
Nicholas, Edward, 9
nunnery, 33, 34
Oates, Christine, 35
Obby Oss, 3, 4, 5
Oliver Cromwell, 10
Palmer, June, 10, 11,
35
Parliament, 5, 7, 8, 15,
19
Parliamentary soldiers,
6
Paynter, Francis, 9
Paynter, William, 9
Peake, William J, 31
Pelynt church, 11
Pendennis Castle, 7, 8,
15
Penhallurick, Pat, 35
Penwith, 2, 3, 10, 40
Pocock, Sally, 35
Polgooth, 40
Polperro, 17, 18, 19,
21, 22, 38
Poor Clares, 33, 34
Poor Law, 5
Port Books, 6
Port Isaac, 38
Poyntz, Sir Robert, 8
probate, 10, 11, 29, 30
promiscuous seating,
13
Protestation returns,
10
pudding, 8, 13
'Q' ship, 23
Reformation, 6
respiratory diseases,
19
Reynolds, Derek, 34
ritual, 2, 3, 4
Rosebud, 32
Rouffignac, Ambrose
de, 23, 24
Royal Navy, 23
Royal Prerogative, 7
Royalist forces, 15
Scilly Isles, 11, 23
Sealed Knot, 14, 15
Sennen, 7
shopkeepers, 5
shops, 3, 30
Shrubsall, Colonel
Charles, 7
Slanning, Sir Nicholas,
8, 14, 15
smallpox, 18
Smart, Dave, 36
soldiers, 8, 16
sources, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11,
26, 42
Spanish raid, 37
SS Antinoe, 23
SS Antiope, 24, 25
St Buryan, 7, 9
St Columb, 9, 26, 29,
30
St Ewe, 11
St Neot, 10
St Newlyn East, 10
St Pol de Leon, 25
stained glass, 6, 10
steamboat, 28
Steed, Dick, 4
stone circle, 3
Stuart House, 8, 9
submarine, 23
Subsidy Rolls, 10
surgery, 17
Table linen, 13
Tait, Bunty, 35
Talland, 20, 21
textiles, 30
Trahair, Caroline, 25
travel, 12, 29
Tregony, 6
Trelowarren Estate, 3
Trevail, John, 26, 27
Trevanion, John, 8
Truro, 5, 8, 30, 34, 35
Tudors, 7
Tuke, Henry Scott, 24
vaccination, 18, 19
Victoria County
History, 37
Vivian, Sir Richard, 8
Vivian, Stanley, 35
weights and
measurements, 29
women, 4, 13, 16, 18,
20, 21, 24, 30

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