CALH Journal

Contents CALH Journal (No. 69) 2017 

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        CALH Spring Conference
3      A Bundle of Old Documents Marilyn Thompson
4      Gleanings from the Assize Rolls for Cornwall Oliver Padel
7      Uncle Frank’s Archive: Marhamchurch Parish Chest Jan Scrine & Ian Thompson
8      The Cornish China Clay Industry Ivor Bowditch
12    Cornish Records held in Devon Jan Wood
15    Dusty Attics, Damp Cellars and a Chesty Cough Tony Wood
16    Update on Kresen Kernow Deborah Tritton
18    Highway Wardens and Road Repair Christine Edwards
19    Isabel Pickering Carole Vivian
20    The Ones That Got Away Hazel Harradence
21    More than Deeds and Wills – Surprises from a Solicitor’s Office Lesley Trotter
24    Tales from the CRO David Thomas
26    The Delights of the Record Office or Opening the Goody Bag Carole Vivian
28    A Cornish Schoolboy’s Exercise Book Jeremy Rowett Johns
 

33    Visit to St Day and Gwennap Pit Lesley Trotter & Hilary Ballard
36    The Chairman’s Day, Pelynt Claudia Chilver
38    Visit to Camborne Sheila Morrell-Davies

40    Autumn Conference October 2016 Joan Webb
42    Visit to St Mawes and St Just in Roseland Claudia Chilver
44    The Wreck Of The Hera Christine Edwards
47    Rev Frederick William Densham (1870-1953) Duncan Paul Matthews
48    The Memorial to Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch Claudia Chilver
53    John Knill (1734-1811) and his Steeple Marion Smith
56    Bells and Bellringing Duncan Paul Matthews
59    The Bells of St Stephen in Brannel Hilary Ballard
60    Crying The Neck Duncan Paul Matthews
61    Luxulyan’s Chancel Window Hazel Harradence
63    Resources held by Old Cornwall Societies Priscilla Oates
63    Cornish Clotted Cream Duncan Paul Matthews
64    Estermary Todd Jennifer Anderson
65    Peggy Price and the Shallowpool Dolls Sheila Morrell-Davies
68    Book Reviews Claudia Chilver, Tony Wood
71    George Vaughan-Ellis Tony Wood
72    A History of Zennor Jean Nankervis
75    Bowling in St Blazey in 1732 Nat Alcock & Carole Vivian
79    Joseph Mallard William Turner Duncan Paul Matthews

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