Category Archives: Cornwall

Zennor – St Senara’s Church & War Memorial

 

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Ludgvan War Memorial & St. Ludgvan and St. Paul Church Cemetery

   The long, narrow churchyard (above) contains mainly 19th century graves.  The cemetery (following photos) lies beyond the trees to the left (east). Interesting to see the full length of a CWGC headstone, don’t you think?  Compare with Private Bennetts’ … Continue reading

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St. Mawes Church & St. Just-in-Roseland Parish War Memorial Hall

Elsewhere in St. Mawes: Behind me, just after I had taken the previous photograph, I noticed the sign on the wall pictured above; check out the names on the First World War Roll of Honour. You will have noticed St. … Continue reading

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St. Gluvias with Penryn War Memorial

There are five World War I casualties buried in St. Gluvias Church Cemetery, but I was unaware of this fact, or indeed the existence of the cemetery, which is some distance from the church, until after my visit.  Another time, … Continue reading

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Morvah War Memorial

Newly fledged.

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St. Anthony-in-Meneage – St. Anthony’s Church

June 2009: June 2013:

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St. Michael’s Mount

You’ll find St. Michael’s Church within the castle complex atop the Mount. There are three Second World War pillboxes on the Mount (one inaccessible to the public on the far side of the island). The second pillbox. And back at … Continue reading

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