CALH Journal

Contents CALH Journal (No. 57) Spring 2009 

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

3      The Future of Local History Veronica Chesher

3      Annual General Meeting 2008

4      Appreciations of James Derriman

7      A Most Unwelcome Haven Carole Vivian 

7      Ports and Pirates: Researching Real Lives Dr Gillian Draper 

         

CALH Annual Conference 2009

9      The Snail Creep Garry Tregidga 

9      Methodist Tea Treats Cedric Appleby

10    Trelawney Day Carole Vivian 

10    The White Cliffs of Dover Dawn Walker 

11    Origins of Cornish Food Alison Gribble & Daphne Tucker 

11    The Hurling Game of St Columb Colin Rescorla 

12    Early Sources for Cornish Celebration Carole Vivian & Pam Dodds 

13    Old Funeral Customs and Traditions in West Penwith Jean Nankervis 

15    Funeral Customs at Stithians Joyce Green

15    The Mummers Play Ian Chanter and the Trigg Morris Men 

15    80 Years of Gorseth Vanessa Beeman

 

16    The History of Wacker Mill Margery Payne 

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

21    Jean’s Jottings – Children Taxed in 1667 

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

26    The Case of Thomas Pooley: A Reinvestigation Iain Rowe 

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

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

38    Book reviews

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