Category Archives: Cornwall

Ludgvan Royal British Legion

Breathtaking! You don’t get this type of view in Leatherhead. If you’re interested in seeing Ludgvan war memorial and taking a trip round the churchyard (the church itself, on two visits, has so far refused to let me in), click … Continue reading

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St. Just in Roseland Church & Churchyard

This surely has to be one of the most picturesque churches in the south west of England… …and also one of the most difficult churchyards to investigate!

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St. Just-in-Penwith Methodist Chapelyard

Round the back of the chapel… …experience tells me to leave no stone unturned,… …and although that isn’t always possible, or feasible, on this occasion I’m glad I persevered, as two of the final three headstones proved of interest (see … Continue reading

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Penzance – St. Mary’s Church War Memorial

Elsewhere in Penzance:

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Penzance War Memorial

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Paul – St Pol de Léon’s Church

You can see the Roll of Honour (below) on the church tower (above). Some details of this magnificent window: And an explanation, if you can read it:

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St. Buryan Church & War Memorial

St. Buryan Church.  Note the war memorial to the right of the photo.   Twenty Merry Maidens… …and a dog. Cornish landsape.  

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