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Index to

The Book of Grampound with Creed

by

Amy Bane and Mary Oliver

Halsgrove Press, Tiverton (1998), ISBN 184114018X

Index provided by Brian Seddon

< seddon@alphalink.com.au>

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y X

Index Format: Name; Place; Date; Event. ("Grampound with Creed" is abbreviated to "G. with C.")

A

Aga, Hon. Anna Maria; ; 1840; landlord of Tregonjohn 122
alehouses and inns; G. with C. 59, 60, 61, 62
Allen, C.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 74
Allen, C.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Allen, Clarice; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Allen, Cyril; Grampound; 1913; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Allen, J.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Allen, Jack; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery (limer) 70
Allen, John; Grampound; 1871; a famous athlete, born Grampound 83
Allen, John; Grampound; ; 'Happiness is found around you if you take an interest ' 94
Allen, Mr Jack; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Allotments; Grampound ; 1919; relocated to Grampound Bridge 24
Almshouses; Grampound; 1795; became Poor House 33
American soldiers; G. with C.; ; billeted locally prior to the Normandy landings 133
Amicable Society; Grampound; 1772; formed at Duke's Head Inn 61
Ancient Monuments Laboratory; Tybesta; 1997; conducted survey of field walls and foundations 11
ancient monuments; Creed; 1993; geophysical survey undertaken by English Heritage 10
ancient settlement; Tybesta; ; field walls and foundations surveyed 1997 11
Anderson, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Anears, Emille; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Armstrong, Sammy; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Arthur, King; Cornwall; ; legend 9
Arthur, Richard; ; ; farmed Middle Trevillick, later inherited by his son Samuel 125
Arthur, Samuel; ; ; farmed Middle Trevillick, inherited from his father Richard 125
Arthur; G. with C.; ; lease at Church Town Farm 36
Arundell, Sir John; ; ; passed Trevillick land to John Tregian, gent 124
Arundell, Sir John; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Arvos ; ; 1552; aka Harvose, in Manor of Branell 136
Atlantis Smoked Fish Shop; Grampound 31
Avery, Alice; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Avery, Walter; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Ayssheforth, Margaret; ; 1552; wife of Nicholas, Margaret daughter and heir of John Tregarthen Esq 136
Ayssheforth, Nicholas Esq; ; 1552; husband of Margaret daughter and heir of John Tregarthen Esq 136

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B

Baghtilever or Baghtlever; ; 1338; aka Barteliver, first mentioned in Seizen 130
Bailey family; G. with C.; 1757-1812; in occupation of mill 107
Bailey's Mill; G. with C.; 1824; map, Pensigillis Farm and Bailey's Mill 108
Bailey's Mill; G. with C.; ; aka Mellon Watt Mill or May's Mill, at Pensagillas Farm 107
Bailey, Audrey (nee Mannell); ; 1940s; photo, WAAF in Second World War 99
Bailey, Mrs; ; ; colourful Garlenick occupant, smoked pipe, drove a fast car 139
baker; ; c.1930; photo, baker from Mevagissey selling from bread cart 58
bakery; G. with C. 57
Ball, Charlie; Mevagissey; ; baker, married Harry Nancarrow's widow 57
Ball, Vida ('Fairy Queen'); Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Banks, T.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Barn Meadow; Grampound; 1873; contained Pound for stray animals 31
Barnabas, Chapel of; Grampound; 1497 39
Barnicoat, Growden; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Barnicoat, Growden; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Barnicoat, William; ; 20th C; cycle repairer 81
Baron, Gladys; ; c.1930; photo, relative of the Nancor family 58
Barrett, John; ; 1596; gent, was conveyed land by George Boscawen 124
Barrett, John; ; ; with Richard Barrett, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Barrett, Richard Esq; ; 1596; was conveyed land by George Boscawen 124
Barrett, Richard; ; ; with John Barrett, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Barry, Dr; Grampound; 1924; gave up his practice 20
Barteliver and Carvossa; ; 1747; Stephen Carveth listed as tenant 131
Barteliver farm; ; 1702; combined with Carvossa farm 131
Barteliver Farm; Grampound 32
Barteliver farmhouse; ; ; contemporary illustration 131
Barteliver Ladies Hockey Club; ; 20th C; two James girls played hockey for the county 132
Barteliver Lane; G. with C.; ; photo, Old Hill, Bermondsey 64
Barteliver; ; 1338; aka Baghtilever or Baghtlever 130
Barteliver; ; 1926; abode of Ralph James 129
Barteliver; ; ; employed Henry Mannell 151
Barteliver; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Bassett, Superintendent; St Austell; 1898; laid charges of permitting drunkenness 143
Bates, H. E.; ; 1937; quote from book 'Down the river' 101
Batilver, Luke; ; 1327; subsidy paid to Manor of Tybesta 130
Batilver, Richard; Philleigh; 1354; made violent entry to land of Ralph de Sorre 130
Bawden, Ken; Grampound; 1919; lean-to became Ken Bawden's barber shop 26
Beddow, Barnabas; Redruth; 1831; first pastor of United Independents & Baptists 42
bell; Creed; 14th C; photo, one of three ancient bells 36
Benallack Lane; G. with C.; 1957; slaughterhouse buildings built 34
Benallack Lane; G. with C.; ; once site of The Fal Valley Tannery 69
Benfield, Mr and Mrs; ; ; photo, collecting water from the well 151
Benfield, Mr; ; ; photo, carrying water to their home 151
Bennet, R & Sons Ltd; G. with C.; ; once owned Fal Valley Tannery 34
Bennett's Tannery; Grampound; ; photo 68
Bennett, B.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Bennett, C.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Bennett, C.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Bennett, Charles; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Bennett, Clifford; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Bennett, Daisy; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Bennett, E. R.; G. with C.; 1930; found base of old stone cross in hedgebank at Trevillick Hill 9
Bennett, F.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Bennett, Hedley; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Bennett, Hedley; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Bennett, Hedley; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene (brother of Owen Bennett) 61
Bennett, I. W.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Bennett, Mr; Grampound; ; butcher 31
Bennett, Mrs; ; 20th C; photo, Grampound WI carnival float 94
Bennett, Owen; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene ('brother of Hedley' Bennett) 61
Bennett, Richard; ; 1893; leased Lower Tannery 104
Bennett, Richard; Grampound; 1893; purchased The Fal Valley Tannery from Mr Nancarrow 69
Bennett, Richard; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Bennett, S.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Bennetts, Di; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (auxiliary) 53
Bennetts, Lorraine; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Bermondsey Square; ; 1700s; Queen's Head Inn 60
Bermondsey Square; ; early 1700s; Queen's Head Inn located at bottom of Old Hill 154
Bermondsey; ; c.1890; photo, view of Old Hill with cottages 63
Bermondsey; G. with C.; c.1920; photo, blacksmith's shop 54
Bermondsey; Grampound; ; probably named after Bermondsey leather market, London 62
Bermondsey; Grampound; c.1900; photo 23
Best, Judy; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Best, Lorraine; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Best, Mark; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Bible Christian Chapel; Grampound; 1881; built in Creed Lane to replace an old thatched chapel 44
Bible Christian Chapel; Grampound; ; contemporary illustration 148
Bible Christian Chapel; Grampound; c.1910; photo, chapel in Creed Lane 44
Bickell, Jack; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Bickell, Jack; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Biddick, Annette; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Biddick, Michael; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Biddick, Roger; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Biddick, W.; ; 1795; had tenancy of Trevillick 125
Bilkey, Mr; ; 1769; son attended by Dr Veitch 21
Bilkie; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Black Death; Cornwall; 1340s; very contagious, medicines non-existent 14
blacksmith's forge; ; 1674; mentioned near old Queen's Head Inn 60
blacksmith's shop; G. with C.; c.1900; photo, in Bermondsey, building demolished 1969 55
blacksmith's shop; Grampound; ; photo 68
blacksmiths; G. with C. 56
blacksmiths; G. with C.; c.1920; photo, blacksmith's shop in Bermondsey 54
Blake, E.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Blake, Elvin; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Blake, Keith; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Blake, Miss; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Blayney, Laura; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Blewett, Richard; ; 1840; tenant at Tregonjohn 122
Blewett, T.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Blewett, W.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Bolton, Sgt.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Bome, Messrs, & Son; Liskeard; 1869; builders of St Nun's Church 41
Bone, Robert; ; 1747; of St Stephen-in-Branwell, dug tin works 131
Bonython Drive; Grampound; ; photo, bungalows built 1974 27
Bonython family; Grampound; ; built Bonython's House 19
Bonython House; Grampound; c1900; photo 20
Bonython Parc; Grampound 27
Bonython, James; Grampound; ; husband of Elizabeth Young, father of John Wolridge Bonython 138
Bonython, John Wodridge; Grampound; ; son of James Bonython of Grampound, gent,, and Elizabeth Young 138
Bonython, Mrs Elizabeth; Grampound; 1772; died, nee Young, wife of James, niece of Mrs Mary Wolridge 138
Bonython; ; 1822; lease bought by Revd George Moore 139
Borlase, William; Creed; 1753; account of Roman encampment written by Revd Moore 10
boroughs; Cornwall; ; system of administration 12
Boscawen family; ; 1598; of Trevillick, Boscullian part of their estate 122
Boscawen family; ; 1598; owned considerable lands 105
Boscawen family; ; ; at one time Trevillick mansion was seat of family 117
Boscawen family; Grampound; ; Earl Fortescue inherited property 110
Boscawen Rose 117
Boscawen, Edward ; ; ; with Nicholas Boscawen, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Boscawen, Edward; ; 1596; gent, was conveyed land by George Boscawen 124
Boscawen, Edward; ; 1598; received transfer of land 105
Boscawen, Elizabeth; ; ; with George Boscawen, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Boscawen, George; ; 1596; conveyed land to Barrett and Boscawen family members 124
Boscawen, George; ; 1605; leased land to Philip Stephen 105
Boscawen, George; ; 1692; had tenant Lawrence Carye, a tailor 109
Boscawen, George; ; ; with Elizabeth Boscawen, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Boscawen, Hugh Esq; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Boscawen, Hugh; ; 1648; with Thomas Grosse, 'fine' in relation to Bosullion 122
Boscawen, Hugh; Grampound; 1637; of Tregothnan, leased houses in Grampound and Creed 130
Boscawen, Hugh; Grampound; 1703; left property to Hugh Fortescue of Devon 125
Boscawen, Nicholas Esq; ; 1596; was conveyed land by George Boscawen 124
Boscawen, Nicholas; ; 1598; received transfer of land 105
Boscawen, Nicholas; ; ; with Edward Boscawen, in Bossilian land grant documents 122
Bossilian Farm; Bossilian; 1830s; copper mine worked 25
Bossilian Farmhouse; ; 1990s; photo 123
Bossilian Lane; ; 1990s; photos, cottages and corn stacked in ricks 123
Bossilian; ; 1378; mentioned, aka Bossulion, Bossulion Mares 122
Bossilian; G. with C.; ; borders Manheirs, Nancor and Penans 121
Bossillian hamlet 25
Bossillian Lane; G. with C. 25
Bossulian Lane; Grampound; 1892; allotments cultivated by people of Grampound 24
Bossulian Mares; Bossilian; ; once a small lake or pond, now a damp patch 25
Bossulion Mares; ; ; aka Bossilian, Bossulion, 122
Bossulion; ; ; aka Bossilian Bossulion Mares 122
Bossulion; G. with C.; 1405; rights and claims of Walter Menhyr and Ralph Tregigiou 109
Bossylian; Grampound; 1598; Boscawen family owned large acreage 105
Bossyllian; ; 1596; rental paid 124
Bosullian Mares; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Bosullian Mera; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Bosullian Nolas; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Bosullian Vyan; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Bosullian Wartha; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Bosullian; ; 1598; part of the estate of the Boscawens of Trevillick 122
bowling green; Creed; 1603; on Rector of Creed's glebe 86
bowling; G. with C. 86
Box Cottage; ; ; memories of Jack Marks 153
Box Cottage; ; late 19th C; photo 154
Box Cottage; Grampound; c.1900; photo, in view of Bermondsey 23
Bragg, C.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Bragg, C.; Grampound; 1913; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Bragg, C.; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Bragg, Charlie; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Bragg, Charlie; Grampound; 1940s; won St Austell Bowls Tournament 31
Bragg, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Bragg, Vera; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Bragg, Vera; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Brailsford, Revd; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Branell, Manor of; ; 1552; ground called Arvos (Harvose) 136
Bray, Billy; Grampound; 19th C; famous preacher, given shelter in Hillside, Grampound 148
Bressa Wood; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Brewer, James; Probus; 1837; wrestling match at Grampound Fair 83
bribery; Grampound; 1818; Manasseh Lopes fined 10,000 and imprisoned for two years 15
Bridge Inn; ; 1859; changed name to Township Inn 60
Bridge Inn; ; ; Mrs Richards bakehouse on premises 58
Bridge Inn; Grampound; ; later called Township Inn, sometimes The Ship Inn 33
Bridge Inn; Grampound; ; later the site of Mrs Richard's bakehouse 41
Broad Hurst; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Broadhurst; ; ; at one time four cottages 21
Brocklands, John; G. with C.; 1641; sold land to Ezekiel Grosse 109
Bronze Age 7
Bronze Age; G. with C.; ; evidence of agricultural activity 117
brooch, dolphin type ; G. with C.; AD 1st C; illustration, excavated at settlement of Carvossa 8
Broom, ('currier'); ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Broom, E.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Broom, Mrs Ira (Mary); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Broom, Mrs; ; 20th C; photo, Grampound WI carnival float 94
Broom, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, field kitchen in Recreation Ground 99
Broom, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, group in Village Hall 100
Broughteliver; ; 1566; tenanted by William Williams and John Herle 130
Brown, A.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Brown, Arthur; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Brown, Arthur; Portholland; 1932; photo, manager at Lower Tannery with wife on picnic 152
Brown, Jim; ; ; photo, with Charlie Richards of Nancor and two others 143
Brown, May ('later West'); G. with C.; 1930s; photo, in Carnival Donkey cart 88
Brown, Mrs Arthur; Portholland; 1932; photo, picnic with husband, Mrs Marks and young Jack 152
Brunel, Isambard Kindom; Saltash; ; designed and built Royal Albert Bridge 80
Bryne, Siobhan; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Buddle, H.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Bugle Silver Band; Grampound; 1997; welcomed commemorative marchers 32
Bull Society; ; 1916-1923; for the improvement of cattle 132
Buller Charity; G. with C. ; 1640; established by John Francis Buller 45
Buller family; G. with C.; ; maps 109
Buller, James; ; 1795; owned Trevillick, 1840, landlord of Trevillick 125
Buller, John Francis; G. with C.; 1640; established Buller Charity 45
Buller, Mr; Creed; 17th C; boundary of Glebe land 36
Buller; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Bunkum's Mill; Grampound; 1970; a busy trade until 1970 115
Bunkum, Hilda; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Bunkum, Mr (junior); Grampound; 1970; retired from Town Mill 116
Bunkum, Mr (senior); Grampound; 1942; died, his son took over Town Mill 116
Bunkum, Mr; Grampound ; 1919; tenant miller, acquired Grampound Mill 115
Bunkum, Mr; Grampound; 1901; ran Town Mills with his father from 1901 115
Bunkum, Mr; Grampound; ; of Town Mills, pumped air into the pipe organ 44
Bunkum, T. J. senior; Callington; 1901; came to work the Grampound Town Mill 115
Bunt, Mrs Bill (Violet); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Burghgear; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Burns, G.; ; c.1900; photo, with group of employees of the Trewithen Estate 147
bus service; G. with C. 82
butcher's business; Probus; 1990s; operated by John Philip Richards 121
Bytton, Bishop; ; 1308; gave 15 shillings for care of the lepers 33

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C

Caerhays Estate; ; early 1800s; 'inappropriate castellated Manor, erected by Nash' 121
Caff, Gordon; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Caption of Seisin; ; 1337 106
Carawynda, Odo; ; 1327; paid subsidy to Manor of Tybesta for Carvossa 130
Caretlock; ; 1378; appears in Court Rolls of Manor of Tybesta 136
Caretlock; ; 1378; mentioned in property grant description 123
Carey, Sir George; G. with C.; 1607; leased properties to Ezekiel Grosse 105
Carloose Bridge; ; 1774; previously land owned by Reginald Couch 119
Carlooze Bridge; Grampound; ; mill pond nearby 107
Carlunecke, Robert; ; 1539; mentioned in Tybesta Court Rolls 136
Carlwnak, William; ; 1552; land disposition 136
Carlyon family; ; 1753-1793; of Tregrehan, Penans estate passed to them 128
Carlyon family; ; ; local property deals 119
Carlyon family; ; ; occupied Penans 117
Carlyon, Anne; ; 1793; leased Penans 128
Carlyon, Elizabeth; ; 18th C; sister of Philip Hawkins 127
Carlyon, Philip; ; 18th C; lodged complaints relating to the upkeep of Penans 127
Carlyon, Revd Thomas; ; 1793 ; of Treghan, former occupant of Penans 128
Carnarthur, John; ; 1527; lived at Trevillick, his heiress married a Boscawen 124
carnivals; G. with C. 88, 89, 90, 92, 93
carnivals; G. with C.; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
carved stone; ; ; photo, at Trevillick 124
Carvennick; ; 1334, 1550; aka Garlenick 135
Carveth, Dorcas; ; ; daughter of Richard, she married Octavius Temple 131
Carveth, Kirkland; ; 1780; father and son in possession of Manheirs Farm 119
Carveth, Richard; ; 1822; died, had daughter Dorcas who married Octavius Temple 131
Carveth, Stephen; ; 1747; tenant at Barteliver and Carvossa 131
Carvossa 17
Carvossa farm; ; 1702; combined with Barteliver farm 131
Carvossa; ; 1327; aka Carvoza, subsidy paid by Odo Carawynda 130
Carvossa; ; ; excavated artefacts in Royal Cornwall Museum 133
Carvossa; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Carvossa; G. with C. ; ; map, site plan of excavation by Royal Institute of Cornwall 8
Carvossa; G. with C.; 1968-1971; excavation of prehistoric settlement 7
Carvossa; G. with C.; 20th C; small lane still known as 'The Soldier's Way' 9
Carvossa; Grampound 32
Carvossa; Grampound; 1968-1971; excavation of earthwork directed by Les Douch 5
Carvour; ; 1702; Henry Vincent responsible for rent 134
Carwennick; ; ; lands adjacent to Trevillick 123
Carwinnick Lane; G. with C. 25
Carwinnick; ; 20th C; photo, Fowey Harriers riding 94
Carwyneck, John; ; 1425; claimed part of the Trevillick lands 124
Carye, Lawrence; ; 1692; leased property from George Boscawen 109
Castle Camp; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Castle Dore; north of Fowey; ; reputed burial place of Tristian and Iseult 10
Castle Field; Creed; ; on hill called Carveen, notable earthwork 10
Celtic church; Creed; ; replaced by Creed Church, altered and enlarged again in 15th C 14
Celtic immigrants 7
Celtic spirituality 9
Celtic stones and crosses; G. with C.; ; remains still seen around the area 9
Chapman, Mr; Grampound; ; photo, with Catherine Stewart feeding lambs at Nancor 120
Chapman, S.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Chapman, W. T.; ; 1882; with John Bilkie, occupied Bossulian 122
Charles, Prince; ; 1983; invited Elizabeth Johnstone to become High Sheriff 148
Charter of 1332; Grampound; 1332; assigned land for communal use 24
Chenoweth, Melissa; Grampound; 1980; photo, attendant to Carnival Queen 90
Chilcott, Mr; Grampound; 1820; agent for sale of Grampound Yarn Manufactory 113
Christian saints; Cornwall 9
Church Book; ; 1751; miscellaneous extracts 142
Church group or WI; Grampound; ; photo 142
Church Meadow; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Church Moor; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Church Town Farm; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Church Town Farm; G. with C.; 1919; purchased by Major George Johnstone of Trewithen 36
Church; Grampound; ; contemporary illustration 155
churches and chapels; G. with C. 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44
Civil Defence; ; 1944; photo, first aid practice 98
Civil War; Grampound; 1642; troops rode through Grampound under Sir Richard Grenville 146
Civil War; Grampound; 1643; troops rode back through Grampound under Sir Ralph Hopton 146
Clemmo, Winnie; Grampound; c.1895; photo, ('there were two people of the same name in village') 61
Clemmow, Arthur; G. with C.; 1900; seeking permission to use town water to flush his WC 26
Clemmow, Richard; G. with C.; 20th C; carrier, vehicle proprietor 81
Clemmow, Richard; G. with C.; ; barn 31
Clemo, Alison; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Clemo, M.; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Clemons Moor; Grampound; 1796; meadow near the house of John George 109
Clemow, A. J.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
cloam oven; ; ; contemporary illustration 144
clock, early; Grampound; ; hexagonal one-handed 17
Coade, Arthur; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Coade, Doris; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Coade, Doris; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
coat of arms; Grampound; ; illustration, Grampound Borough coat of arms 14
cob; ; ; houses made from cob around Trevillick 125
cob; G. with C.; ; local building material 117
cobblestone mosaic; Grampound; ; in front of Trevail, contemporary drawing 29
Cock, H.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Cock, Harold and Mamie; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Cock, Harold; ; ; photo 100
Cock, Peter; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Cock, Peter; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
Cohart, Mabel; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
coins; G. with C.; 1968-1971; excavated at prehistoric settlement of Carvossa 8
Coiseclise; ; 1798; purchased by Sir Christopher Hakwins 138
Cole, Mark; ; 1993; of The Ancient Monuments Laboratory, geophysical survey 10
Collins, Elizabeth; ; ; widow, a Boscawen descendant, inherited property 125
Collins, Mr; Grampound; 1919; lean-to became Mr Collins' saddlery 26
Colliver, Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Colton, Mr; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Colton, Mr; Grampound; c.1905; photo, Headmaster with pupils 46
commemorative fireplace relief; ; ; at Garlenick, commemorating Sir John Moore 139
commemorative tree; ; 1861; birth of Charles Henry Pilkington Jackson at Garlenick 139
commemorative walkers; Blackheath; 1997; retraced steps on march to Parliament 32
Congregational Chapel; Grampound; 1784; off Fore Street between Trevail and Pendene 42
Conse Meadow; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Constable's staff; Grampound; 1797; illustration, black painted wood, gold lettering, in Truro Museum 14
Cooselys; ; 1798; purchased by Sir Christopher Hakwins 138
copper mine; Bossilian; 1830s; worked on Bossilian Farm 25
Corlennek; ; 1334; aka Garlenick 135
Cornish Rebellion; Probus; 1497; commemoration in 1997 32
Cornwall , Duchy of; ; 1677; passed Penans to Thomas Hancocke 126
Cornwall , Duchy of; ; ; Trevillick mentioned in early deeds of Manor of Tybesta 123
Cornwall , Edmund, Earl of; ; 1265; instituted first Rector of Creed 35
Cornwall , Edmund, Earl of; ; 1300; death 101
Cornwall , John, Earl of; ; 1334; grant for land of Coysfala 104
Cornwall , John, Earl of; ; 1378; 'bounds of Tybesta described in detail' 123
Cornwall County Council; ; 1918; purchased Manheirs and Tregonjohn 38
Cornwall County Council; ; ; now owns the Penans property 121
Cornwall, Charles Wolfram; Grampound; 1768; Member of Parliament, became Speaker of the House 15
Cornwall, Earl of ; ; ; John of Eltham 12
Cornwall, Earl of; Tybesta; ; held jurisdiction over the Manor of Tybesta 15
Cornwall, John, Earl of; ; 1334; grant for land of Coysfala 104
Cornwall, John, Earl of; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Corriton, William; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
corruption; Grampound; ; Lord Russell described Grampound 'mass of notorious corruption' 15
Corunna; ; ; abode of Sir John Moore 139
Couch, Arthur; Lostwithiel; 1738; with a partner from London bought Tregidgeo land 119
Couch, Jason; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Couch, Reginald; ; 1774; previously owned Tregidgeo and Carloose Bridge land 119
Couch, Sandra; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
coursing ; G. with C.; 20th C; took place on Trewithen Estate, squire Capt G. H. Johnstone 132
Coursing Club; ; 20th C; H. Pascoe secretary 132
Court Leet; G. with C.; 1791-1848; held half-yearly to administer justice 21
Courtney, Archbishop; Grampound; 1384; visited Chapel of Grampound 39
Cowling, Hilda; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Coysfala; ; 1334; grant by John, Earl of Cornwall 104
Coysfala; ; 1378; mentioned in property grant description 123
Coystrayne; ; 1678; or Coystrene (unidentified land) 126
Creed Barn; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Creed Barn; Creed; ; reconstruction 152
Creed burial ground; Creed; 1885; consecrated by Bishop of Truro 36
Creed Church 25
Creed Church ; Creed 17
Creed Church and Glebe; Creed; ; originally taken out of Tregonjohn 36
Creed Church Town; Creed; 1881; map 105
Creed Church; Creed; 1375; early church known as Sancte Crede de Grantponde 35
Creed Church; Creed; 1760; Antony Moore, Curate 43
Creed Church; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Creed Church; Creed; 1904; photos, before and during restoration 37
Creed Church; Creed; ; contemporary illustration 36
Creed Church; Creed; ; replaced the original Celtic church 14
Creed Church; Creed; ; small distance from a little rivulet Sherock's Water 150
Creed Church; G. with C. 34
Creed Cross; Grampound; 15th C; used for resting coffins on way to burial at Creed Church 34
Creed Farm Barn; Creed; 1975-1978; converted into private residence 38
Creed hamlet; Creed; ; St Creda Parish Church 34
Creed Hill cross; Creed; ; remains noticeable in left bank of the first hill 9
Creed Hill; G. with C.; ; at the brow of Creed Hill is the entrance to Manheirs Farm 9
Creed House; Creed; 1730; originally built as Rectory 36
Creed Lane; G. with C.; 1333-1337; vicinity of Nanclasson Mill 109
Creed Lane; Grampound 24
Creed Lane; Grampound; c.1910; photo, Bible Christian Chapel 44
Creed Rectory Garden; Creed; 1895; photo, Grampound and Creed Mothers' Union 42
Creed Rectory; Creed; c.1920; photo, pasty making 150
Creed Rectory; Creed; c.1920; photo, Tea party 150
Creed School; Creed; ; contemporary illustration, school and stable 46
Creed Surveyor; Creed; 1762; excerpts from Highway Rate Book 145
Creed; Creed; 1598; Boscawen family owned large acreage 105
Creed; Creed; 1979; poem by Peggy Metcalfe of Crede Barn 38
Crewes, J. F.; ; c.1900; photo, with group of employees of the Trewithen Estate 147
Crewes, James Francis; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Crewes, Revd Roger; ; 1680; described the early Rectory at Creed 35
Crewes, Revd; ; 17th C 36
cricket; G. with C. 87
Crida, Princess; Creed; ; daughter of King Mark of Cornwall, gift of land 10
Crispin, Mr and Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Croggon family; G. with C.; 1664-1900s; family tree 65
Croggon family; Grampound; 1640s; moved from Roseland area 62
Croggon family; Grampound; ; lived in Grampound for three and a half centuries 62
Croggon Tannery; ; ; description of entrances, steam engine, signals, etc 149
Croggon Tannery; ; ; photo, tanning processes 72, 73, 74
Croggon's Tannery; G. with C. 21, 22
Croggon's Tannery; G. with C.; ; Harry Nancarrow's employer 57
Croggon, Anne ; Creed; 1674; widow of Creed, rented Bossilian for her son John 122
Croggon, Henry; Grampound; ; son of Thomas 62
Croggon, Ian; ; 1907-1970; photo 141
Croggon, Ian; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Croggon, Ian; ; ; son of Leonard Croggon 69
Croggon, J & Son; Grampound; 1845; present tannery business formed ('J. for Josiah') 62
Croggon, John the younger; Grampound; 1801; gentleman, partnership with Samuel Hoyte 110
Croggon, John; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 74
Croggon, John; Creed; 1664-1742; of Bosullion, Creed 65
Croggon, John; Creed; 1674; Bossilian rented on his behalf by his mother Anne Croggon 122
Croggon, John; G. with C. ; 1744-1834; farmer and tanner of Creed and Grampound 65
Croggon, John; Grampound; 1687-1742; of Grampound, son of John Croggon of Bosullion, Creed 65
Croggon, John; Grampound; 1711-1779; tanner of Grampound, married Philippa Hearle 65
Croggon, John; Grampound; 1742-1814; tanner of Grampound, father of Thomas, Samuel, William 65
Croggon, John; Grampound; 1744-1834; portrait, tanner and Mayor of Grampound, partner in yarn factory 141
Croggon, John; Grampound; 1801; trustee in lease of property from Lord Falmouth 110
Croggon, John; Grampound; ; provided information, brother of William 62
Croggon, Josiah; ; 1806-1887; photo, portrait, tanner, grandson of John Croggon 149
Croggon, Josiah; ; 1843; bought Nance's Tenement 22
Croggon, Josiah; Grampound; ; died 1889, bought freehold of Foster's Yard, son of Thomas 62
Croggon, Josiah; Grampound; ; last of Grampound's Mayors 19
Croggon, Leonard; ; ; photo, at tannery, father of Ian Croggon 69
Croggon, Leonard; Grampound; 1906; bought tannery yard with his father William 62
Croggon, Mary Ann; Grampound; ; married George Slade, minister 42
Croggon, Mrs Ian (Jill); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Croggon, Mrs Jill; ; 1950s; founded Over Sixties Club 87
Croggon, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, group in Village Hall 100
Croggon, Samuel; G. with C.; ; possession of land according to Buller family maps 109
Croggon, Samuel; Grampound; 1775-1858; tanner, son of John Croggon of Grampound 65
Croggon, Samuel; Grampound; ; ale taster and bread weigher 69
Croggon, Samuel; Grampound; ; tanner, went to America, second son of John 62
Croggon, Thomas; ; 1747; paid rent for Bossilian 122
Croggon, Thomas; G. with C.; 1703-1755; farmer of Bossulian, son of John 65
Croggon, Thomas; G. with C.; 1771-1854; tanner, father of Josiah and Henry 65
Croggon, Thomas; Grampound; 1771-1836; tanner, son of John Croggon of Grampound 65
Croggon, Thomas; Grampound; 1813; wrote to Sir Christopher Hawkins 113
Croggon, Thomas; Grampound; 1845; retired, left whole tannery complex to his son Josiah 62
Croggon, Thomas; Grampound; ; dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Croggon, Thomas; Grampound; ; Thomas 'fled to America,' eldest son of John 62
Croggon, W.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Croggon, W.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Croggon, Walter; Grampound; ; minister of United Independents & Baptists 42
Croggon, Will; G. with C.; c.1900; photo, horse-drawn bus outside school 78
Croggon, William; G. with C.; 20th C; carrier, vehicle proprietor 81
Croggon, William; Grampound; 1778-1803; currier, son of John Croggon of Grampound 65
Croggon, William; Grampound; 1906; bought tannery yard with his son Leonard 62
Croggon, William; Grampound; ; currier, son of John 62
Croggon, William; Grampound; ; provided photos, brother of John 62
Croggon; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Croggon; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Cromwell, Thomas; Grampound; 1586; was Member of Parliament, great-uncle of Oliver 15
cross, ancient; G. with C.; ; at east end of village at Mevagissey turn 25
cross, village; G. with C.; c.1900; photo, children around village cross 140
Crowe, A.; Grampound; 1980; photo, Carnival Queen with attendants 90
Crowle, Jonathan; Grampound; 1803; assigned fulling mill to John Symons the younger 110
Crumplehorn Mill; Polperro; ; site of restored water wheel from Tregonjohn Farm 109
Cumberland, Duke of; Grampound; ; Duke's Head Inn possibly named after him 61
Cummins, Elliot; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Cundy, B.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Cundy, Bert; ; ; blacksmith, in Jack Mark's memories of Box Cottage 153
Cundy, Bert; Grampound; 1937; blacksmith, made Recreational Ground gates 54
Cundy, Brian; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Cundy, E.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Cundy, Mrs Elsie; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Cundy, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, field kitchen in Recreation Ground 99
Cundy, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, group in Village Hall 100
Cundy, P.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Cundy, Ron; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
Cundy, T. H.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Cundy, T. H.; Grampound; 1946; copy of document, blacksmith invoice to Mr John 56
Cundy, Valerie; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
customs, ancient; ; 1730; Thomas Tonkin wrote of the ancient customs relating to widows 141
Cyclists Touring Club; Grampound; ; Mr Miners an agent 30

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Dame's School; Grampound 28
Dark Ages 9
Daubez, Mr J. M.; Killiow; 1885; son of a former rector of Creed Parish 36
Daubez, Revd John; Creed; 1839; Rector of Creed 25
Daubez; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Daubez; G. with C.; ; lease at Church Town Farm 36
Davies, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Dawe, Miss; G. with C.; 1965; lived at Treglines 56
Day School; Grampound; c.1900; photo, including Bridge Inn/Township Inn/Ship Inn 60
de Mayenhir, Thomas; G. with C.; 14th C; held land next to the new mill 109
de Milborn, William; Creed; ; 'parson of the Church of St Creede' 123
de Stokes, Master Robert; Creed; 1265; first Rector of Creed 35
Deensheer; Gorran; ; original name of Devonshire family 147
Del Mar; Grampound; ; residence, may have been a shop at one time 30
Denys, Thomas; Creed; 1559; of Nancor, table-tomb in Creed Church 35
Devonshire family; Gorran; 1700s; family came from Gorran to live in Grampound 147
Devonshire family; Grampound; ; original name had been Deensheer 147
Devonshire, Capt Charles; Grampound; 1892; photo, born 1892, noted as 'Gallant Officer' 1918 97
Devonshire, F. ('yard'); ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Devonshire, Gladys; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Devonshire, Gladys; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Devonshire, Gladys; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Devonshire, J.; ; ; bought yarn and worsted 113
Devonshire, Mr and Mrs Tom; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Devonshire, Mrs; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Devonshire, Sylvia; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Devonshire, T.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery (currier) 70
Devonshire, T.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Devonshire, Tom; Grampound; 1882; born at Hawthorn Cottage, currier with Croggons 66
Devonshire, Tom; Grampound; ; photo, currier working on leather 66
Devonshire, W.; ; c.1900; photo, with group of employees of the Trewithen Estate 147
Devonshire, William; G. with C.; ; estate carpenter at Trewithen 147
Didham, Mr; ; 1918; bought Garlenick house and land from Hartley Gwennap Moore 139
disenfranchisement; Grampound; 1821; following electoral corruption 15
Dobell, Mr and Mrs; Grampound; c.1960; photo, Headmaster and pupils 52
Doctor; ; 1861; evidence against Doctor mentioned in Church Book 142
Dolphin Inn; ; ; George Goyns, landlord 100
Dolphin Inn; Grampound ; 1917; photo, with landlord Tom Hicks and daughter 31
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; 1668; thought to date from 1668 28
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; 1950s; photo, inn sign 31
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; 1953; photo, decorated for Coronation of Queen Elizabeth 31
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; ; dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; ; Mr and Mrs Miners lived in house next door 30
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; ; only surviving hostelry in Grampound 62
Dolphin Inn; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene 61
Dominica, Governor of; Dominica; 1810; Andrew Cochrane Johnstone from Grampound 15
Doner, Ann; ; ; her cat possibly disposed of via chimney stack at Knacker's Yard 151
Donkey Show; ; ; photo, group at Annual Donkey Show 91
Donnithorne, Nicholas; ; 1793; gent of Trevellas, leased land at Penans 128
Donovan; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Doomsday Book; Cornwall; 1068; lists 17 royal manors taking up two-thirds of land in Cornwall 11
Douch, H. L.; ; 20th C; author of Old Cornish Inns 59
Douch, H. L.; G. with C.; 1968-1971; excavation of prehistoric settlement at Carvossa 8
Douch, Les; Grampound; 1968-1971; directed excavations of earthwork at Carvossa 5
dovecote; Grampound; 1714; built 1714, 'very beautiful dovecote demolished in 1940' at Garlenick 138
Dowte, John; ; 1553-1558; made accusations of trespass on Penans land 126
Drew, Mrs Samuel; ; ; author with Fortesque Hicken Esq of 'History of Cornwall' 136
Drew, William; ; 1844-1865; let Penans, after which it was let to John Magor of Freock 128
Drinkwater, Samantha; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Druid gatherings; Grampound 34
drunkenness; Grampound; 1898; landlord of King's Head Inn charged with permitting drunkenness 143
Duke's Head Inn; Grampound; 1772; where Grampound Amicable Society was formed 61
Dungey, Henry; G. with C.; 1840; lessee of Mellon Watt Mill 108
Dunn, Dean; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Dunn, Greg; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Dunn, Jenny; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Dunn, Joe; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Dunn, Leo; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Dunn, Mr; ; ; bill from William J. Richards of Nancor Farm 81
Dunn, Mr; Grampound; ; drawing, garage and garden 33
Dunn, Mr; Grampound; ; kept dahlia garden of note 32
Dunn, Mr; Grampound; ; photo, garage and bridge 33
Dunstan; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Dyehouse Close Moor; ; ; field at Trevilvas 106
dyehouse; ; ; around homestead and buildings at Penbethau 106

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Ead, J.; Creed; 1904; carpenter, Creed Church restoration 37
earthwork; Creed; ; in Castle Field on hill called Carveen 10
Ease, Chapel of; Grampound 41
Ease, Chapel of; Grampound; 1370; built and licensed 39
East India Company; ; 1833; employing David Varcoe, formerly of Grampound 16
East India Company; ; ; flourishing trade in exotic textile products in cotton, wool and silk 112
East Villa; Grampound 24
Eastern Promise; Grampound; ; Chinese restaurant owned by Philip Tse 60
Eddy, Mathew; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Edgcombe, Richard Esq; ; 18th C; purchased Nantellan 136
Edgcumbe family; Grampound; ; Patron of the Borough of Grampound 13
Edgcumbe, Richard; Grampound; 1740s; one of two mayors of Grampound at the same time 13
Edgecombe, Hon Richard Esq; ; ; acquired Nantellan 134
Edgecombe, Mr; ; 1716; paid rent for Nantellan, bought property from Mr Wolridge 134
Edgecombe, Mr; ; 1721; mentioned in letter written by John Wodridge 138
Edgecombe, Pierce; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Edgecumbe, Peter; G. with C.; 1566; held land 'Trerygyow, Treseya, Fentonwyn, Penkes Myll' 107
Edgecumbe, Pierce; G. with C.; 1650; son and heir of Richard, held land including Trewolghau 107
Edward VI; Grampound; 1351; summoned two members to represent Grampound in Parliament 13
Edwards, Mrs Tom (Rose); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Edwards, Ron; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Edwards, T.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery (currier) 70
election, illegal; Grampound; 1832; last Mayor of Grampound was elected illegally 13
elections, conspiracy at ; Grampound; 1818; five persons from Grampound and Tregony convicted 15
electoral corruption; Grampound; 1821; resulting in disenfranchisement of the town 15
electric hammers; Grampound; 1953; installed in Town Mill 116
electricity; Grampound; 1940s; came to Grampound 116
Eliot family; Grampound; ; Patron of the Borough of Grampound 13
Eliot, Lord; Grampound; 1796; controlled elections, pocketed 6000 for himself 15
Ellis, Brian; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Ellis, D.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Ellis, Dick; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Ellis, Mr and Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Ellis, Mr; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Ellis, Mrs Dick (Freda); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Ellis, Pauline; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Eltham, John of; ; ; Earl of Cornwall 12
Eltham, John, Earl of; G. with C.; ; gave generous and prestigious Charter to the burgess 15
Emmett, Florence; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Emmett, Thomas; G. with C.; 1893; miller at Mellon Watt Mill 108
Endean, Robbie; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
English Heritage; Creed; 1993; geophysical survey of ancient monuments 10
Evans, Penny; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Evans, Philip; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Evely, Blanche; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
excavation; G. with C.; 1968-1971; supervised by H. L. Douch 8
Excise Officer; Grampound; ; once resided as Radnor House 27
Excise Officers; G. with C. 59
Ezekiel Grosse; Grampound; 1607; Grampound Mills sold by Francis Tregian 106

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factories; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
fairs, bi-annual; Grampound; ; merrymaking, sideshows, cock-fighting, dancing, gossip, etc 13
Fal River; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Fal River; G. with C. 106
Fal River; G. with C.; 11th C; fresh-water rights 104
Fal River; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Fal River; G. with C.; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Fal River; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
Fal Tennis Club; G. with C.; 1953; formed, Creed Rectory lawn used in first year 87
Fal Valley Pets Supplies; G. with C.; ; on site of old water mill 34
Fal Valley Pets; Grampound 69
Fal Valley Tannery; G. with C.; ; owned by Nancarrow 34
Fal Valley Tannery; Grampound; 1893; purchased by Richard Bennett from Mr Nancarrow 69
Falmouth, Lord; Grampound; 1801; lease of property 110
Falmouth, Viscount; Grampound; 1786; mentioned in property transactions 110
Falmouth, Viscounts ; Tregothnan; ; a branch of the Boscawen family 105
fancy dress competition; G. with C.; 1977; photo, waiting for the judging, Silver Jubilee 153
Farm Industries; ; 1890; formed by amalgamation of Hosken, Trevithick and Polkinhorn 128
Farm Record Book; ; 1916; commenced records 128
farming ; G. with C. 132
farming; G. with C. 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 130, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139
farming; G. with C. 16
farming; G. with C.; ; photos, farm activities 129
farms and houses; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102, 103
Fawcet; G. with C.; 1806; candidate for elections 15
feudal system; Cornwall; aft 1340s; began to break down 14
fire; ; 1835; Spinning Mills destroyed 113
Flamank, Thomas; ; 1497; lawyer, rouse people to protest 32
food shortages; ; 1846-1847; harvests poor, hard winter, corn expensive, many starving 16
Football Club; Grampound; 1908; won the St Austell and District League Cup 83
football team; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
football; G. with C. 84
football; G. with C. 85
Ford, Adam; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Ford, C.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Ford, Charlie; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Ford, Daniel; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Ford, E.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Ford, Ernie; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Ford, Mrs; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (lunch supervisor) 53
Fore Street; Grampound 27
Fore Street; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
Fore Street; Grampound; 1885; stand-pipes erected on the south side 25
Fore Street; Grampound; 1890; photo 6
Fore Street; Grampound; 1890s; tranquil scene before motorised transport, captured by H. E. Julyan 75
Fore Street; Grampound; 1898; photo looking west 23
Fore Street; Grampound; 1950; some cottages without WCs 26
Fore Street; Grampound; c.1900; photo 24
Fore Street; Grampound; c.1900; photo, children pose in street 28
Fore Street; Grampound; c.1910; photo 18
Fore Street; Grampound; c.1910; photo, jack-knifed traction engine and trailer 79
Fore Street; Grampound; c.1925; photo, Silver Band followed by children 42
Fortescue, Hugh, Earl ; Gloucestershire; ; sold property to Charles Rashleigh 110
Fortescue, Hugh; Devon; 1703; heir to Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan 125
Foster's Yard; Grampound; 1847; freehold bought by Josiah Croggon 62
Foster, Mr; ; 1823; paid five shillings towards the 'keep of town water' 65
Fowey Harriers; ; 20th C; photo, riders, horses and hounds 95
Fowey Harriers; ; 20th C; photo, riding at Carwinnick 94
Fowey Harriers; Creed; c.1930; photo, meet at Tregideo 118
Fowey River Scheme; Grampound; 1963; pipes connected 26
French, Andrew; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Fulling Mill, T. Seccombe; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
fulling mill; G. with C.; ; permission granted to build 107
fulling mills; ; 11th C; twelve mills employed waters of the Fal 104
fulling mills; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102

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Garden Meadow; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Garlenick Woods; ; 1798; purchased by Sir Christopher Hakwins 138
Garlenick; ; 1554; purchased by Wolridge family of Shropshire and Suffolk 136
Garlenick; ; 15th C; manor belonging to family of Reskymer 136
Garlenick; ; 1682; gatepost with date 138
Garlenick; ; 1748; with Nantellan, indicated as houses of gentry 134
Garlenick; ; ; aka Garlennick, Corlennek, Gorlennek, Carvennick 135
Garlenick; ; ; contemporary illustration 135
Garlenick; ; ; maps show Garlenick as 'house of gentry' 135
Garlenick; G. with C.; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Garlenick; Grampound; 1947; outlying house served by postman's round 27
Garlennek, Willi; ; 1556; father of Mrs Jane James 136
Garlennick; ; ; aka Garlenick 135
gas service; Grampound; 1957; gas service arrived in village 26
Geet, Mr; G. with C.; 1950s; photo, selling vegetables at Tremethick 21
Gellard, William; G. with C.; 1883; Clerk of Works to Mr C. H. T, Hawkins 56
George, John; Grampound; 1796; house near the meadow Clemons Moor 109
Gerrans, Thomas; Grampound; 1840; occupied Grampound Mill House 115
Gibraltar, Forces in; Gibraltar; 1855-1866; Chaplain was Charles Moore, son of Revd George Moore 139
Gilbert, Jasper; ; ; leased Nantellan 134
Gilbert, Kate; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Gilbert, Lee; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Glanville, Frederick William; Grampound; ; photo, Boer War Veteran, served Great War 1914-1918 96
Glanville, Mr Sam; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Glebe; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Gof, An; ; 1497; aka Michael Joseph, blacksmith of St Keverne 32
Golden Fort; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Golden Mill Tenement; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Golden Mill; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Golden Moor; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Golden Wood; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Goldon Manor; G. with C.; ; adjacent to Golden Fort 7
Golley, E.; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Golley, Mary; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Golley, Mr and Mrs Ern; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Golley, Ronnie; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Golley, Sonia; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Golven Veighan; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Goodman, Donald; ; c.1935; photo, aged 6 with Mr Wyatt aged 86 144
Goodman, Frank; ; ; photo 100
Goodman, Frank; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Goodman, Mary; Grampound; ; worked in Tregonjohn 24
Goodman, Mrs Charles; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club ('Emma-Jane') 93
Goodman, Mrs; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Goose Moor; ; ; origin of water for mills 104
Gorlennek; ; 1338, 1405; aka Garlenick 135
Goss Moor; ; 1832; proposal for rail track to be laid to St Dennis 80
Gotchard, Regina; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Goyne, Gerald; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Goyne, L.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Goyns, George; ; ; landlord of the Dolphin Inn 100
Grampitt Gloves; Grampound; ; family home-based sheepskin glove making 31
Grampound Borough seal; Grampound; ; illustration (Truro Museum) 12
Grampound Bowling Club; Grampound; 1947; photo, members 86
Grampound Bowling Club; Grampound; 1987; photo, members celebrating 60 years 86
Grampound Bowls Club; Grampound; 1925; photo, group at Quarry Parc 145
Grampound Bridge; Grampound 59
Grampound Bridge; Grampound; 1782; changed following construction of turnpike road 75
Grampound Bridge; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
Grampound Bridge; Grampound; c. 1250; built circa AD1250 according to historian Henderson 11
Grampound Carnival; Grampound; 1930s; photo, line-up of participants 88
Grampound Carnival; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlookers 89
Grampound Church School; Grampound; 1893; photo, school built 1869 45
Grampound Cricket Team; Grampound; c.1955; photo, team 87
Grampound Factory; Grampound; ; produced only yarn for worsted and serge cloth 115
Grampound Fair; Grampound; 1837; wrestling match between James Brewer and Mr Vandry 83
Grampound Feast; Grampound; ; photo, onlookers at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Grampound football team; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, team 85
Grampound Hill; G. with C. 24
Grampound Home Guard; Grampound; 1941; photo 97
Grampound Home Guard; Grampound; ; Bill James was a member 133
Grampound Home Guard; Grampound; ; Mr Roscruge 'was a pillar of the Grampound Home Guard' 135
Grampound Mill House; Grampound; 1840; Tithe Map shows occupied by Thomas Gerrans 115
Grampound Mill; Grampound; 1919; cottage and 5 acres of land put up for sale 115
Grampound Mills; Grampound; 1607; sold by Francis Tregian to Ezekiel Grosse 106
Grampound Mills; Grampound; 1809; 'late in the possession of William Trenowth, deceased' 113
Grampound National School; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Grampound School football team; Grampound; 1912; photo, team semi-finalist Cornwall County Schools 84
Grampound School football team; Grampound; 1913; photo, team 84
Grampound School football team; Grampound; 1920-1921; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Grampound School football team; Grampound; 1922; photo, team 85
Grampound School; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Grampound School; Grampound; 1912; photo, Empire Day Celebrations 24 May 1912 49
Grampound School; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Grampound School; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Grampound School; Grampound; c.1905; photo, Mr Colton, Headmaster and pupils 46
Grampound School; Grampound; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Grampound Town Band; Grampound; 1935; photo 149
Grampound Town Mills; Grampound; c.1900; photo 112
Grampound WI; ; 20th C; photo, group in Grampound WI carnival float 94
Grampound Yarn Manufactory; Grampound; 1813; advertising for position of foreman 113
Grampound, ill feeling; Tregony; ; ill feeling to people of Tregony 17
Grampound, Mayor of; Grampound; 1686; Peter Hearle 33
Grampound, Mayor of; Grampound; 1808; tried for corruption 15
Grampound, Mayor of; Grampound; ; John Croggon 1744-1834 141
Grampound; Grampound; 1598; Boscawen family owned large acreage 105
Grand Park; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Grandpont Common; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Granvill, Samuel; ; 1721; mentioned in John Wolridge's letter to Francis Gregor 137
Graundpont; Grampound; ; with Norman-French language, villages known as Graundpont 11
Grauntpont Bridge; G. with C. 107
Gray, Mr and Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Great House Meadow; Grampound; ; where The Great House stood 24
Great House, The; Grampound; ; destroyed by fire over 200 years ago 24
Great Rack Field; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Gregor, Francis; ; 1721; neighbour of John Wolridge 137
Gregor, Mr; Trewarthenick; ; magistrate, dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Gregor, Revd W.; ; ; reported on Chapel of St Aunter 39
Gregor, Revd William; Creed; 1793; Rector of Creed, born Trewarthenick 35
Grenville, Sir Richard; Grampound; 1642; troops rode through Grampound on way from Penryn to Bodmin 146
greyhounds; ; 1950s; some still kept at Barteliver 132
Griffiths, Martin; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Grigg, Arthur; ; 1940; went to Middle Trevillick, took over from his uncle 125
Grigg, Joe; G. with C.; ; aka 'Prickleford' farmed at both Nancor and Nantellan 16
Grigg, Joseph; ; 1897-1902; presumed a son of Thomas, occupied and farmed Nantellan 135
Grigg, Paul; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Grigg, Robin; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Grigg, Stewart; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Grigg, Thomas; ; 1840; owner and occupier of Nantellan, also farmed at Nancor 134
Grigg, Thomas; G. with C.; 1840; farming Nancor according to Tithe Map 121
Grosse family; ; ; local property deals 119
Grosse, Ezekiel; Camborne; 1606; 'notorious as a lawyer and first moneylender of Camborne' 117
Grosse, Ezekiel; G. with C.; 1607; leased properties from Sir George Stone 105
Grosse, Ezekiel; G. with C.; 1641; bought land from John Brocklands 109
Grosse, Ezekiel; Golden; 1631; grandson of the moneylender, inherited Golden 117
Grosse, Ezekiell Esq, heirs; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Grosse, Thomas; ; 1648; with Hugh Boscawen, 'fine' in relation to Bosullion 122
Guilliband, Mr; ; ; comment on old Queen's Head Inn 60
Gurney, Richard and Bridget; ; 1750; surrendered their interest in farm to William Stackhouse 131
Gurney, Thomas Peter; Kenwyn; 1836; agreement with Matthew Roberts 20
Gwennap Moore, Mrs J.; Grampound; 1894; presented Sunday School prizes 41

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Halbote Moor; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Halbote; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Hale Boate Rock; Probus; abt 1584; with many and great iron rings, referred to by Norden, historian 144
Ham, Lucy; Grampound; 1869; died, husband was a cooper 60
Ham, Lucy; Grampound; ; last tenant of the Township Inn, wife of William Ham 33
Ham, William; Grampound; 1856; cooper, Town Crier 1856, husband of Lucy Ham 33
Ham; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Hambly, Loveday; ; 1655; surrendered Penans estate to Thomas Lower 126
Hampden, John; Grampound; 1620s; lived Trevail 28
Hampden, John; Grampound; 1621; was Member of Parliament, he of 'ship money' fame 15
Hancock, Thomas; Grampound; 1618; mace inscribed 'maior of Grauntpont+1618' (mayor) 13
Hancocke, Thomas; ; 1678; passed Penans to Philip Hawkins with Coystrayne 126
Hannah, Bro; Grampound; 1741; account for meat and liquor to Higher House 59
Hardy Plant Society; Grampound; 1998; photo, annual sale in Recreation Ground 145
Harris, Miss; ; ; ran private Dame School 47
Harris, Nicholas; G. with C.; ; succeeded Thomas Harris as miller at Mellon Watt Mill 108
Harris, Thomas; G. with C.; 1840; miller at Mellon Watt Mill, will dated 1851 108
Harvey, Mr and Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Harvey, Sir Robert; ; ; of Trenowth, his son was landlord at Trevillick 125
Harvose; ; 1552; aka Arvos, in Manor of Branell 136
Hatten, Miss; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Haulbote; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
hauling wood; Grampound; ; photo, horse-drawn wagon 129
Hawkins family; ; ; local property deals 119
Hawkins family; ; ; marriages with Moore family 138
Hawkins family; ; ; occupied Penans 117
Hawkins family; ; ; related to the Wolridges of Garlenick 138
Hawkins family; Grampound; ; Patron of the Borough of Grampound 13
Hawkins, Atwell; Grampound; 1708; sold 'blanket stuff and two rugges' 107
Hawkins, Christopher; ; 1798; acquired the benefits of Nantellan, after sold it to Revd George Moore 134
Hawkins, Christopher; ; 1840; Trevillick landlord with James Buller and Henry Thomas 125
Hawkins, Dr John; ; 1736; died, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge, son of Philip Hawkins 127
Hawkins, Dr John; ; ; of Penans, married to Rachel Rashleigh 138
Hawkins, Elizabeth; ; ; (later Carlyon) daughter of Sir Philip Hawkins 125
Hawkins, John; ; 1606; leased fulling mill to Elias Stone 105
Hawkins, John; ; 1722; property surrendered to John Hawkins, clerk of Penans 121
Hawkins, John; ; 1727; bought Tregidgeo estate 119
Hawkins, John; ; ; of Trewithen, wife Rachel 35
Hawkins, John; G. with C.; 1834; land agreement 78
Hawkins, Mr C. H. T.; G. with C.; 1883; Mr Hawkin's Clerk of Works was William Gellard 56
Hawkins, Mrs Rachel; Truro; 1772; widow of Dr John Hawkins, a mercer in Truro 138
Hawkins, Otwell; Grampound; 1713; inventory witnessed by Roger Hoyte, weaver 106
Hawkins, Philip, family; ; 16th C; from local family of merchants established in area in 16th C 126
Hawkins, Philip; ; 1678; received Penans land from Thomas Hancocke 126
Hawkins, Philip; ; 1722; died, leaving estate to his son Dr John Hawkins 127
Hawkins, Philip; ; 1736; inherited Penans on the death of his brother John 127
Hawkins, Philip; ; 1738; died leaving widow and orders for the completion of Trewithen 127
Hawkins, Philip; ; 17th C; reputed to be the wealthiest attorney-at-law in the county 126
Hawkins, Philip; ; ; smuggled goods 128
Hawkins, Philip; Grampound; 1740s; one of two mayors of Grampound at the same time 13
Hawkins, Philip; Grampound; ; of Trewithen, was Member of Parliament 15
Hawkins, Rachel; ; 1736; nee Rashleigh, widowed in 1736 134
Hawkins, Rachel; ; ; wife of John Hawkins of Trewithen, gave communion plate 35
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; ; 1798; abode Trewithen 36
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; ; 1798; purchased Manor of Tybesta land 138
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; ; 1803-1809; correspondence from William Hore 113
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; ; 1805; agreement with Samuel Hoyte 111
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; ; 1806; purchased Bossulian property from Revd George Moore 139
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C. 112
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C.; 1798; bought land from the Duchy manor 12
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C.; 1801; of Trewithen, supervised erection of mill and yarn manufactory 110
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C.; 1829; died 1829, owned land at Trewithen Gate, 78
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C.; 1840; Manheirs shown as his property on Tithe Map 121
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; G. with C.; ; owned mill at Trenowth 107
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; Grampound; 1800/02/06; was Member of Parliament 15
Hawkins, Sir Christopher; Grampound; 1833; leased Poor House to Thomas Seccombe 33
Hawkins, Sir Philip; ; ; father of Elizabeth, she later married a Carlyon 125
Hawkins, Thomas; ; 18th C; heir to Penans estate 127
Hawkins, Thomas; ; ; had made use of the estate as his own 128
Hawkins, Thomas; Creed; 1633; with Thomas St Aubin and another, owned Tregidgeo 117
Hawkins, Thomas; Grampound; ; of Trewithen, was Member of Parliament 15
Hawkins, Thomas; Helston; 1796; gave William Hore permission to build 109
Hawksmoor, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, field kitchen in Recreation Ground 99
Hawksmoor, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, serving food in Village Hall 99
Hawksmoor, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, group in Village Hall 100
Hawthorn Cottage; ; c.1900; Devonshire family moved to Hawthorn Cottage behind Dolphin Inn 147
hay wagon; Grampound; ; photo, ride on the wagon at harvest time 129
Hayle Four Mills; Hayle; 1921; Grampound Mill equipment sent to Hayle 115
Head Weir; Creed; 1692; built 105
Heale, Edward Esq; ; 1666; Coyseclise Wood, dispute over land rights 136
Hearle family; Luxulyan; 1566; possible connections to Thomas Hearle of Grampound 130
Hearle family; Prideaux; 1566; possible connections to Thomas Hearle of Grampound 130
Hearle, John; ; 1669; left Barteliver to his two sons John and Richard Hearle 130
Hearle, John; ; 1669; with his brother Richard, inherited Barteliver from his father John 130
Hearle, Peter; Grampound; 1645; candidate for Reeve in the Manor of Tybesta 130
Hearle, Peter; Grampound; 1686; Mayor 33
Hearle, Peter; Grampound; 1712; a tanner, daughter Philippa married John Croggon 62
Hearle, Richard; ; 1669; with his brother John, inherited Barteliver from his father John 130
Hearle, Thomas; Grampound; 1566; part of large local family 130
Heiney, Paul; ; ; writing in 'The Times' about child's first visit to a privy 26
Heligan Estate; ; 1776-1890; Tregidgeo part of Heligan Estate 119
Hender's Tannery; Launceston; 1952; tannery closed 69
Henderson, historian; G. with C.; c. 1250; said Grampound Bridge built circa AD1250 11
Hendry, Squire; Grampound; ; lived at Trevillick House 31
Hendy, James; ; 1825; became part owner of Trevillick with George Moore 125
Henry VII, King; ; ; imposed taxes for war against Scotland 32
Herle, Edward Esq; Tybesta; ; Tregoose land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Herle, John; ; 1566; tenant at Broughteliver 130
Herle, Nicholas; ; 1552; in possession of ground called Arvos (Harvose) 136
Hewas Water Institute; G. with C. 76
Hewas Water; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Hewas Water; G. with C.; ; near tollgate house (aka Teague's Gate) 62
Hewas Water; G. with C.; ; on edge of what was then known as Tolfrew Common 76
Hewas Water; Tybesta; ; south of Talfrew Comons 11
Hicken, Fortesque Esq; ; ; author with Mrs Samuel Drew of 'History of Cornwall' 136
Hicks brothers; ; 1919; farmed Nantellan 135
Hicks, B.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Hicks, Granny; ; ; photo, with her grand-daughter Mrs Irene Richards of Nancor 146
Hicks, Mr; Mevagissey; 20th C; photo, with grand-daughter and friend at pig killing 132
Hicks, R.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73, 74
Hicks, R.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Hicks, Richard; ; 1906-1910; farmed Nantellan 135
Hicks, Ronald; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Hicks, Tom; ; c.1930; photo, baker from Mevagissey selling bread from his van 58
Hicks, Tom; Grampound; 1917; photo, with daughter outside The Dolphin Inn 31
Hicks, William; ; c.1930; photo, relative of the Nancor family 58
Higher House; Grampound; 1741; account for meat and liquor from Bro. Hannah 59
Higher Nanclasson; ; 1822; bought by Revd George Moore 139
Higher Rack Field; G. with C.; 1641; north east of the Borough Mills 109
Higher Shut Meadow; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Higher Trevillick; ; ; barn used between the wars for making cheese 125
Highway Rate Book; Creed; 1762; excerpts relating to the Creed Surveyor 145
Higman, Wilfred; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Hill, P.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Hill, Thomas Johnson; Grampound; 1873; surgeon lived at Bonython 20
hillforts; G. with C.; ; map, hillforts around Grampound and Creed 7
Hillside; Grampound; 19th C; owned by Croggon family, place of shelter for preacher Billy Bray 148
Hillside; Grampound; ; private bowling green 86
Hillside; Grampound; ; residence built by Richard Tregunna 24
Hoare, Richard; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Hoare, Winnie; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
hockey; G. with C. 87
Holdness, Harold; ; ; photo, with Charlie Richards of Nancor and two others 143
Hollies Stores and Post Office, The; Grampound; ; Post Office now situated 27
Hollies Stores; Grampound 24
Hollies, The; Grampound 24
Holyoke, J.; ; c.1900; photo, with group of employees of the Trewithen Estate 147
Home Guard; ; c.1940; photo, group taking a tea break 98
Home Guard; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
homestead and mowhay ; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Honey, S.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Honey, S.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Honey, Sid; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Honey, Stanley; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Honey, W.; Creed; 1904; mason, foreman of Creed Church restoration 37
Hooper, L. D.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Hooper, P. C.; St Austell; 1898; proved charges of permitting drunkenness 143
Hopton, Sir Ralph; Grampound; 1643; Civil War troops under his command rode back through Grampound 146
Hore, Miss; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Hore, R.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Hore, Reg; ; ; photo, with 'Bimbo' champion donkey, Royal Cornwall Show 91
Hore, Stephen; Grampound; 1796; mentioned as father of William Hore 109
Hore, William; ; 1796; permission to build from Thomas Hawkins of Helston 109
Hore, William; ; 1796; son of Stephen Hore, given permission to build 109
Hore, William; ; 1803-1809; correspondence with Sir Christopher Hawkins 113
Hore, William; ; 1804; correspondence with Sir Christopher Hawkins 112
Hore, William; ; ; described as 'a very honest man' 111
Hore, William; Grampound; 1801; lease of property from Lord Falmouth 110
Hore, William; Grampound; 1810; mentions Malt Mills in letter to Sir Christopher Hawkins 115
horse race; ; c.1950; photo, race at Show ring 95
horse-drawn bus; G. with C.; 19th C; photo, Mr Solomon's horse-bus outside school 78
horse-drawn bus; G. with C.; c.1900; photo, Will Croggon outside school 78
Hosier, Audrey; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Hosken; ; 1890; involved in formation of Farm Industries, agricultural merchants 128
hostelries; G. with C. 59, 60, 61, 62
Howe, Thomas; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Howper, John; ; 1552; and others with force 'set fire upon the turfes and furzes' 136
Hoyle, John; Grampound; 1741; account for a hogshead of cider 60
Hoyte, Catherine; Grampound; 1807; following the death of husband, sold her share in business 111
Hoyte, Daniel; ; 1749; attended to by Dr Russell 21
Hoyte, George; ; 1809; factory still run 112
Hoyte, John; Grampound; 1793; left property to his son Samuel 109
Hoyte, John; Grampound; 1801; mentioned as deceased 110
Hoyte, Roger; Grampound; 1713; beneficiary of Atwell Hawkins' will 107
Hoyte, Roger; Grampound; 1713; weaver, witnessed inventory of Otwell Hawkins 106
Hoyte, Samuel; ; 1805; gentleman, agreement with Sir Christopher Hawkins 111
Hoyte, Samuel; ; ; 'a stable, responsible and attractive character' 112
Hoyte, Samuel; ; abt 1807; died 111
Hoyte, Samuel; Grampound; 1793; fuller and clothier, was left property by his father John 109
Hoyte, Samuel; Grampound; 1801; a clothier, gentleman, partnership with John Croggon 110
Huddy, Daniel; Ladock; 1807; owed 100 by Matthew Puckey 111
Huddy, Gordon; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Huddy, Henry; ; ; from a Devon family, probably built Penans dwelling house 126
Huddy, Henry; ; ; owned Penans 121
Hughes, Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Hughes, Revd John; Creed; 1730; built a new Rectory, now know as Creed House 36
Hughes, Richard; Grampound; 1894; renovated turret 17
Hughs, John, B.A.; ; ; reported on Chapel of Creed 39
Hunt, Donald; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Hunt, Mr and Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
hurling matches; G. with C. 83
Hussey; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38

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immigrants 7
Independents and Baptists; Grampound; 1820; chapels 42
Independents and Baptists; Grampound; 1940s; chapel closed 43
industries; G. with C.; 18th C-19th C; more than eighty industries contained within the village 16
inns and alehouses; G. with C. 59, 60, 61, 62
intaglio; G. with C.; AD 2nd-3rd C; illustration, excavated at settlement of Carvossa 8
iron rings; Probus; abt 1584; referred to at 'Hale Boate Rock' by historian Norden 144
Iseult and Tristian; north of Fowey; ; reputed to be buried at Castle Dore 10

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Jackson, Charles Henry Pilkington; ; 1861; born at Garlenick, son of Pilkington and Harriet Jackson 139
Jackson, Charles Henry Pilkington; ; 1882; died, grandson of Revd Charles Moore of Garlenick 139
Jackson, Charles Henry Pilkington; Chile; 1882; drowned on stormy night off the coast of Chile 139
Jackson, Henry Pilkington; G. with C.; ; photo, memorial window in St Nun's Church 40
Jackson, Mrs Harriet; ; ; wife of Pilkington Jackson 139
Jackson, Pilkington; ; ; husband of Harriet, father of Charles Henry Pilkington Jackson 139
Jacomb, Max; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
James family; ; 1871; contract to run the mail coaches 19
James family; ; 19th C-20th C; at Barteliver 132
James family; ; 20th C; won many prizes at Royal Cornwall Show 132
James girls; ; 20th C; played hockey for the county 132
James, Bill; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
James, Bill; Grampound; ; married to Belgian born Marie-Jo 133
James, Charles; ; ; naval surgeon, seat in Westminster Abbey for coronation 131
James, Elizabeth; ; ; married Charles James, naval surgeon 131
James, Emily; Creed Church; 1883; married Richard Tiddy 19
James, Emily; Grampound; ; born Woodbine Villa, mother of Lois Powell 19
James, Enid; Grampound; 1960s; wife of Ralph, mother of Richard, cooked a good game pie 133
James, H.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
James, Ida; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
James, James; G. with C.; 20th C; carrier, vehicle proprietor 81
James, Jimmy; ; ; umpired a hurling match on horseback 83
James, John and wife Jane; ; 1556; tenant of Garlenick, Jane's father was Willi Garlennek 136
James, Louie; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
James, Louie; Grampound; ; cousin of Lois Powell 19
James, Marie-Jo; Grampound; ; Belgian-born wife of Bill James 133
James, Mary; ; 20th C; daughter of Mr J. G. James, ran cream business before she married 132
James, Miss Louise; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
James, Mr J. G.; ; 1916-1923; involved in formation and running of Bull Society 132
James, Mr J. G.; ; 20th C; daughter Mary, two sons Ralph and Bill 132
James, Mr; ; ; of Barteliver, employer of Henry Mannell 151
James, Mr; Grampound; 1908; left Mill House to live in Trevillick House, Fore Street 115
James, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, field kitchen in Recreation Ground 99
James, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, serving food in Village Hall 99
James, Mrs; Grampound; 1940; photo, group in Village Hall 100
James, Nicholas; ; 1743; wrote a poem 'On the Death of John Wolridge Esq' 137
James, Ralph; ; 1926; of Barteliver, bought wheat straw from Trevilvas 129
James, Ralph; Grampound; 1960s; son of Mr J. G. James, husband of Enid, father of Richard 133
James, Richard; Grampound; 1960s; son of Ralph and Enid James, good at shearing sheep 133
James, W. J.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
James, W.; Merther; 1887; came from Merther 131
Jenkin, Charlotte; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Jennings, Mr; Grampound; ; agent, dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Jesus, as boy; St Just-in-Roseland; ; legend that merchant Joseph of Arimathaea brought him on voyage 7
Jewell, Mr; Grampound; 1741; account for brandy, rum shrubble, sugar 59
John, Mr; Grampound; 1946; copy of document, invoice from T. H. Cundy, blacksmith 56
John, P.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Johns, Jean; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Johnstone, Andrew Cochrane; Grampound; 1810; became Governor of Dominica 15
Johnstone, C.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Johnstone, Capt G. H.; ; 20th C; squire, coursing at Trewithen Estate 132
Johnstone, Elizabeth; Cornwall; 1983; appointed first woman High Sheriff of Cornwall since 1352 148
Johnstone, Elizabeth; Cornwall; 1983; photo, portrait 148
Johnstone, Major George J.; Grampound; 1919; of Trewithen, sold Grampound Mill cottage and land 115
Johnstone, Major George; G. with C.; 1919; of Trewithen, purchased Church Town Farm 36
Johnstone, Miss Elizabeth; Grampound; 1960s; of Trewithen, gave trophy for best farming family 133
Johnstone, Revd D. G.; ; 1874; his daughter married John Gwennap Dennis Moore 139
Johnstone, Squire; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Johnstone; ; 1814; expelled from the House for frauds on Stock Exchange 15
Jones, Joyce; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Jones, Peggy; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Joseph of Arimathaea; St Just-in-Roseland; ; merchant, legend says brought boy Jesus to St Just-in-Roseland 7
Joseph, Michael; ; 1497; aka An Gof, blacksmith of St Keverne 32
Juleff, Charlotte; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Juleff, David; Grampound; ; dairyman now lives Trevillick House 31
Juleff, F.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Juleff, J.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Juleff, Mrs; G. with C.; c.1940; drove bread delivery van during Second World War 57
Juleff, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, field kitchen in Recreation Ground 99
Juleff, W.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Julian, Thurston; ; ; stated Joe Grigg was reputed for his meanness 16
Julleff, Mrs Jack; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Julyan, H. E.; Grampound; 1890s; tranquil scene in Fore Street, captured by H. E. Julyan 75

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Keart, S.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Kell, Ellen; ; ; photo, born 1882, descendent of Joseph Osborne 114
Kemp, P.; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Kemp, T.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Kemp, Thomas; Grampound; 1930s; married Ethel Annie Teague 30
Kendall, Ian; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Kendall, Mrs Hugh; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Kendall, Tim; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Kent, John; G. with C.; 1902; miller at Mellon Watt Mill 108
Kerenza Cottage; ; c.1890; photo, street scene bottom of Old Hill, Bermondsey 63
Killigrew family; Falmouth; ; generations of family had been Captains of Pendennis Castle 134
Killigrew, George; Penryn; 1687; killed by Capt Walter Vincent in tavern duel 134
King's Head Inn; ; ; now known as Radnor House 60
King's Head Inn; ; ; now Radnor House 22
King's Head Inn; Grampound; 1903; Mrs Rickard requested not to pollute watercourse 25
King's Head Inn; Grampound; ; photo, now Radnor House 23
King, Mr; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Kit, Sir; Grampound; 1808; tried for corruption 15
Kitchen Close; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Kneebone, L.; Grampound; 1929; dressmaker, invoice from Rose Cottage, Grampound 142
Knight, John; Essex; 18th C; held mortgage for Nantellan and eventually inherited property 134
Knights of the Round Table; Cornwall; ; legend 9
Knowles, Charles; Grampound; 1958; died, he was the last lamplighter in the village 26
Knowles, Clara; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Knowles, Clem; Grampound; 1960s; brother of William Knowles, both worked at Barteliver many years 133
Knowles, J.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery (sheds) 70
Knowles, J.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Knowles, Miss; G. with C.; 1946; worked in bakery until she married in 1956 57
Knowles, Mrs; Grampound; 1912; first postwoman served for 40 years from 1912 26
Knowles, Stanley; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Knowles, W.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Knowles, W.; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Knowles, William; G. with C.; ; recalled Sunday School outings to Portholland 41
Knowles, William; Grampound; 1899; born 44
Knowles, William; Grampound; 1960s; brother of Clem Knowles, both worked at Barteliver many years 133
Knowles; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47

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Labouchere, Lady; Shropshire; 1990s; died, last descendant of Wolridge family of Dudmaston, Shropshire 136
Ladies' Hockey Club; G. with C. 87
Ladock; Grampound; ; school teams playing 51
Lady Well Hill Road; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
landowners; G. with C. 12
Landry, R. J.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Langton, Rae; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Launceston (Dunhevet); Cornwall; ; strong castle built by the Normans 14
Lazar House; Grampound; ; almshouses later built on site 110
Lazar House; Grampound; ; one of 26 leper hospitals in Cornwall, housed 30 lepers 33
Leat to Tregony Mill; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Leats, The; G. with C.; 1900s; photo, old bridge 77
legends; Cornwall 9
legends; G. with C. 7
Leggett, Renald; Grampound; 1615; inventory included looms and furniture 106
leper hospital; Grampound; ; Lazar House 33
Libby, Mr; Grampound; 1741; account for rum, lemons, brown sugar 60
Light, Beatrice; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Linears, Frederick; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Linford, Neil ; ; 1993; of The Ancient Monuments Laboratory, geophysical survey 10
Lipton; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Lobb, T. J.; Grampound; 1970s; working garage 56
Lobb, Tim; G. with C.; 1965; purchased blacksmith shop and land from Stuart Miners 56
Lobb, Tim; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Lobb, Tim; Grampound; ; next door to Treglines Cottage 31
location; Grampound; ; 43 miles W of Plymouth, 40 miles E of Penzance 5
Lopes, Manasseh; Grampound; 1818; fined 10,000, given two years imprisonment for bribery 15
Lostwithiel Church; Lostwithiel; ; popular place of sanctuary 130
Lower Rack Field; G. with C.; 1641; north east of the Borough Mills 109
Lower Rack Field; G. with C.; ; north east of Town Mills 104
Lower Tannery 111
Lower Tannery; ; 1890s; photo 66
Lower Tannery; ; ; once leased to Walter Nancarrow and heirs 104
Lower Tannery; ; ; photo, wool store 71
Lower Tannery; ; c.1890; photo, entrance 67
Lower Tannery; ; c.1890; photo, when it belonged to J. Nancarrow & Son 66
Lower Trevillick; ; ; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Lower Trevillick; ; ; farmed by Richard Arthur, inherited by his son Samuel 125
Lower Trevillick; ; ; field north of present farmhouse 124
Lower, Mr; ; 17th C; owned Penans farm 117
Lower, Thomas; ; 1655; received estate from Loveday Hambly 126
Lucy Ham Meadow; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
Lugg, Harry; Creed; 1904; Clerk of Works, Creed Church restoration 37
Lugg, Messrs; G. with C.; 1904; Postmasters, donated pulpit for Creed Church 37
Lugg, Messrs; Grampound; ; previous postmasters 41
Lugg, Mrs Ann; Grampound; 1873; Postmistress in house known as 'Ye Old Post Office' 26
Luke, Dennis; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Luke, Peter; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Luke, Phil; ; ; cobbler, a 'character' he lived in Greet's House 151
Luke, Philip; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Luke, William; Grampound; 1823; searcher and sealer of leather 69
Lundie, Margaret; Creed; 1992; poem To Creed Church 34
Lundie, Margaret; Grampound; 1992; poem, written for opening ceremony, Grampound Carnival 92
Lune, Nicholas; Creed; 1625; inventory of goods including implements and looms 106
Luzmoor, Mss; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (Headteacher) 53

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mace bearer; Grampound; 1759; was a local barber, received salary of 2 a year and a cloak 13
mace; G. with C.; 1618; with royal coat of arms, inscription, in Truro Museum 13
mace; Grampound; 1618; description 18
Madron Union, Chaplain of; Madron; 1851; Chaplain was Charles Moore, son of Revd George Moore 139
magnetometric survey; Tybesta; 1997; map, field walls and foundations of ancient settlement 11
Magor, John; ; 1865; of Freock, let Penans, later leased to his son 128
Malaga, Chaplain of; Malaga; 1851-1853; Chaplain was Charles Moore, son of Revd George Moore 139
Male Voice Choir; Grampound; 1823; choir dissolved 94
Malt Mill; G. with C.; 18th C; in area of Penbethau, west of Grampound Bridge 59
Malt Mills; Grampound; 1810; mentioned in letter by William Hore 115
Manheirs Farm; ; 1780; in possession of Kirkland Carveth, father and son 119
Manheirs Farm; G. with C.; ; entrance at the brow of Creed Hill 9
Manheirs Farm; Grampound 34
Manheirs Gate 25
Manheirs; Creed; ; closely farmed for 600 years 38
Manheirs; G. with C.; 1840; property of Sir Christopher Hawkins on Tithe Map 121
Mannell family; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait 144
Mannell, A.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Mannell, A.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Mannell, Alfred; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell, Alfred; India; ; photo, World War 1 96
Mannell, Claud; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Mannell, D.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Mannell, Daisy; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Mannell, Donald; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mannell, Doreen; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Mannell, Doreen; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Mannell, Edward; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group (brother of Lovis) 49
Mannell, Emily; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell, Emily; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Mannell, Florence; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell, Florence; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mannell, Florence; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Mannell, Fred; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Mannell, Gertrude; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell, Gertrude; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Mannell, Gladys; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Mannell, Henry; ; ; 'He were a fighting cock-sparra when he were young' 151
Mannell, Henry; ; ; worked at Barteliver for Mr James 151
Mannell, Hilda; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mannell, Hilda; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Mannell, Ian; ; ; photo, son of Kathleen Mannell 100
Mannell, J.; ; 1930s; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 71
Mannell, Kathleen; ; ; photo, mother of Ian Mannell 100
Mannell, L.; Grampound; 1929; signed receipt for business of L. Kneebone, dressmaker 142
Mannell, Leonard; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell, Leslie; Grampound; 1940; photo, 'being held by Auntie' at Carnival 89
Mannell, Lovis ; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group (sister of Edward) 49
Mannell, Margaret; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Mannell, Mr and Mrs Harry (Lily); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Mannell, Mr and Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Mannell, Mr Jim; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Mannell, Mr; Grampound; 1975; assisted Mrs Olive Spry, Postmistress 22
Mannell, Mrs Donald (Lily); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Mannell, Mrs Harry; ; 1950; photo, (two Mrs Harry Mannells in photo) 93
Mannell, Mrs Lil; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Mannell, Mrs Lil; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Mannell, Mrs Lily; Grampound; ; died 1993, lived in Grampound since 1925 30
Mannell, Mrs Oliver Cairn (Beattie); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Mannell, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, serving food in Village Hall 99
Mannell, N.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Mannell, N.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Mannell, Norman; ; 1940s; photo, RN in Second World War 99
Mannell, Philip; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Mannell, Raymond; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Mannell, Stanley; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mannell, Stuart; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Mannell, Wilfred; ; c.1913; photo, family portrait with parents and siblings 144
Mannell; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Manor Cottages; ; 20th C; contemporary drawing by Mary Oliver 22
Manor Cottages; Grampound; 1898; in photo of Fore Street 23
Manor House ; Grampound; ; site of tan-pits 62
Manor House; ; 18th C; became property of Nance 22
Manor House; ; ; near one of two entrances to Croggon Tannery 149
Manor Tannery; ; 1910; photo, group of workers 70
Manor Tannery; ; 1930s; photo, workers 71
Manor Tannery; ; 1940s; photo, delivery truck 71
Manor Tannery; ; c.1910; photo, workers with horse 66
Manor Tannery; Grampound; 1800; sending leather and hides to London by sea 62
manor, castellated ; ; early 1800s; 'inappropriate castellated Manor, erected by Nash' at Caerhays Estate 121
Manor, The; G. with C.; ; used as Guild Hall of Manor of Tybesta 21
Mansfield, Olive; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
mansion; ; ; George Moore's new house 'described as an elegant mansion' 138
mansions; ; ; sites of mansions at Nantellan and Trewinnow Meor 135
mansions; G. with C.; ; at Trevillick, Trewinnow Meor, Trencreek and Nancor 117
Mark, King of Cornwall; ; ; claim that Nantellan could be King Mark's residence 10
Mark, King of Cornwall; Cornwall; ; legend 9
markers and stone crosses; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
markets; Grampound 20
markets; Grampound; ; growing popularity 14
Marks, Jack; ; ; memories of Box Cottage 153
Marks, Mrs; Portholland; 1932; photo, picnic with Mr and Mrs Arthur Brown and young Jack 152
Matta, Ian; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Matthews, Alice; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Matthews, G.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Matthews, H.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
May's Mill; G. with C.; ; aka Mellon Watt Mill or Bailey's, at Pensagillas Farm 107
May, Alison; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
May, C.; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
May, Daniel; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
May, J.; ; 1861; entry regarding J. May and horse in Church Book 142
May, Luke; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
May, Mabel; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
May, Violet; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Medieval Fare; Grampound; 1997; arranged by Carnival Committee and Roger Paynter 32
Meet of the Beagles; ; 1947; photo, meet at top of hill near Tremethick 95
Mellon Watt Mill; G. with C.; 1824; map, Pensigillis Farm and Bailey's Mill 108
Mellon Watt Mill; G. with C.; ; aka Bailey's or May's Mill, at Pensagillas Farm 107
Mellon Watt Mill; G. with C.; ; illustration, 'all that now remains' of mill 116
Mellyn Watt grist mill; G. with C.; 1812; mill advertised to let 113
Members of Parliament; ; ; rarely Cornishmen, but moneyed people who lived elsewhere 15
Menheniot, Stella; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Menhyr, Walter; ; 1394; indenture with Ralph Tredenham and Henry Rickard 122
Menhyr, Walter; G. with C.; 1405; rights and claims at Bossulion 109
merchant guild; Grampound 13
merchants and yeomen farmers; Cornwall ; aft 1340s; new class emerged 14
Merlin; Cornwall; ; legendary magician 9
Merrifield, Miss; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mertherderwa, Dr Reginald; Creed; 1447; Rector, directed crosses put where bodies rested on way to burial 9
Metcalfe, Peggy; Creed; 1979; poem 'Creed' 38
Methodist Chapel; G. with C.; 1887; schoolroom joined the chapel 47
Methodist Chapel; Grampound; ; now used as a private house 31
Middle Anter Creed; ; 1596; rental paid 124
Middle Rack Field; G. with C.; 1641; north east of the Borough Mills 109
Middle Rack Field; G. with C.; ; north east of Town Mills 104
Middle Trevillick; ; ; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Middle Trevillick; ; ; farmed by William Pomery and W. Biddick 125
Midland Steam Clock Works; Derby; ; supplied Grampound turret clock 17
milk churns; ; ; photo, delivering from Garlenick 139
Mill Brake; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Mill Lane; ; 1805; property of Sir Christopher Hawkins 111
Mill Lane; G. with C. 34
Mill Lane; G. with C.; ; site of Town Mills 104
Mill Lane; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102, 103
Mill Lane; Grampound; ; almshouses built on site of former Lazar House 110
Mill Lane; Grampound; ; Bridge Inn once stood on corner 60
Mill Lane; Grampound; ; wagons loaded with corn passed 33
Mill Meadow; G. with C.; 1824; map, Pensigillis Farm and Bailey's Mill 108
Mill Moore; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
mill stones; Grampound; 1975; photo, stones of Town Mill still working 115
Mill Wood; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
mill; Trenowth 110
mills and factories; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102, 103
mills, farms and houses; G. with C. 101
Mills, James; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
mills; Grampound; 1296-1297; rented from the lord of the manor 101
Miners & Son; Creed; 1904; undertook Creed Church restoration 37
Miners, F. & Sons; ; ; photo, blacksmiths trade sign 147
Miners, Flo; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Miners, Frank and son Stuart; Grampound; ; operated a blacksmith's shop 30
Miners, Frank; ; 20th C; bicycle agent 81
Miners, Frank; Grampound; ; photo, with son Stuart in forge on Grampound Hill 55
Miners, L.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Miners, S.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Miners, S.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Miners, Stuart; G. with C.; 1965; sold his blacksmith shop and land to Tim Lobb 56
Miners, Stuart; Grampound; ; photo, with father Frank in forge on Grampound Hill 55
Mirfield; Grampound; ; at another time know as The Dolphin Inn 28
Mirfield; Grampound; ; farming 30
Mirfield; Grampound; ; residence of Joseph Stephens Teague 27
Mitchell, (?); Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Mitchell, Aubrey; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Mitchell, Don; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Mitchell, Fred; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Mitchell, G.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Mitchell, Margaret; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Mitchell, Marjory; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Mitchell, Mr B.; G. with C.; ; left school at 14 to work at bakehouse 57
Mitchell, Mr; ; 1721; mentioned in John Wolridge's letter to Francis Gregor 137
Mitchell, Mrs; G. with C.; c.1940; drove bread delivery van during Second World War 57
Mitchell, Shirley; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Mobile First Aid Post; ; 1940s; photo, nursing staff 99
Mole's House; Grampound; ; little outhouse behind East Villa 24
Moor Meadow; ; ; photo, venue of Annual Donkey Show 91
Moor Park; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Moor Park; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Moor View; G. with C.; ; photo, Old Hill, Barteliver Lane, Bermondsey 64
Moor, Adam; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Moor, The; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Moor; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Moore family; ; ; marriages with St Aubyn, Pomery and Hawkins families 138
Moore family; Devon; ; members lived in Devon 138
Moore, Anthony; ; 18th C; died late in 18th C, cleric, son of Thomas Moore 138
Moore, Anthony; Creed; 1772; buried in Creed, son of Anthony Moore 138
Moore, Anthony; Grampound; 1684; bought Quarry Parc with John Tanner 34
Moore, Anthony; London; 1666; family were merchants in London, moved to Cornwall 138
Moore, Charles Gifford; New Zealand; 1872; appears to have lived New Zealand, mortgage at Garlenick 139
Moore, Charles; ; 1806; born at Nantellan 134
Moore, Charles; ; 1884; resident at Garlenick 139
Moore, Charles; Grampound; 1806; seventh surviving child of Revd George Moore 139
Moore, E. C.; Grampound; ; photo, last millwright of Grampound, with Mr Unwin 116
Moore, George; ; 1825; became part owner of Trevillick with James Hendy 125
Moore, George; G. with C.; 1812; clerk, rapidly obtaining land in the area 121
Moore, George; Grampound; 1747; tin works, son of Thomas Moore of Grampound 131
Moore, George; Grampound; 1785; old dwelling house in Grampound let to him 138
Moore, Hartley Gwennap; ; 1880; born abt 1880, son of John Gwennap Dennis Moore 139
Moore, Hartley Gwennap; ; 1918; lived Garlenick, sold house and 100 acres to Mr Didham 139
Moore, John Gwennap Dennis; ; 1843; born, son of Charles Moore, Garlenick 139
Moore, John Gwennap Dennis; ; 1874; married daughter of Revd D. G. Johnstone of Trewithen 139
Moore, Jonathan White; ; 1797; born at Nantellan 134
Moore, Revd Anthony; Creed; ; Curate of Creed, related legend about choosing site for church 9
Moore, Revd Antony; Creed; 1760; Curate of Creed Church, Mayor of Grampound 43
Moore, Revd C.; Grampound; ; of Garlenick, dispute over town's coat-of-arms 18
Moore, Revd Charles; ; 1882; Charles Henry Pilkington Jackson, his grandson, died off Chile coast 139
Moore, Revd George 138
Moore, Revd George ; ; 1832; died leaving nine children 139
Moore, Revd George; ; 1806; sold Bossulian property to Sir Christopher Hawkins 139
Moore, Revd George; ; 1822; bought the lease of Bonython and the Queen's Head Inn 139
Moore, Revd George; ; 1825; leased Bossilian, compared unfavourably with Trevillick 122
Moore, Revd George; ; ; bought Nantellan from Christopher Hawkins 134
Moore, Revd George; Creed; 1761; baptised Creed, son of Anthony Moore 138
Moore, Revd George; G. with C.; 1807; cleric to Sir Christopher Hawkins 111
Moore, Revd George; G. with C.; 1809; resident of Nantellan 113
Moore, Revd; Creed; 1753; account of Roman encampment written for William Borlase 10
Moore, Sir John; Corunna; ; Garlenick fireplace relief commemorating Sir John Moore 139
Moore, Thomas; Grampound; 1747; use of tin works, gentleman, father of George Moore 131
Morford, J.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Morford, T.; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Morford, Victor; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Morris, Ian; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (Rector) 53
Morris, Rebekah; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Mortain, Count of; Tybesta; bef 1066; lands held by Ralph the Constable before 1066 12
Mortain, Robert, Earl of; Cornwall; ; first Earl of Cornwall but never assumed the title 11
Moss, Mrs; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (teacher) 53
Mothers' Union; Creed; 1895; photo, taken in Creed Rectory Garden 42
Mothers' Union; G. with C.; 1895; group of 44 members 93
motorbike and sidecar; Grampound; 1930s; photo, decorated at Grampound Carnival 89
Mowhay dwelling house; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Mowhay Meadow; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Munroe, Mr; ; ; took over Nantellan after the death of Mr Roscruge 135

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Nancarrow's Tannery 111
Nancarrow, Harry; ; 1915; killed in Dardenelles 57
Nancarrow, J. & Son; ; c.1890; photo, Lower Tannery 66
Nancarrow, J.; ; c.1900; photo, with group of employees of the Trewithen Estate 147
Nancarrow, Leslie; G. with C.; 1912; born in Treglines, son of Harry 57
Nancarrow, Mr; Grampound; 1893; sold The Fal Valley Tannery to Richard Bennett 69
Nancarrow, Reg; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Nancarrow, Walter; ; ; he and heirs once leased Lower Tannery 104
Nance's Tenement; ; 1843; bought by Josiah Croggon 22
Nance, James; Grampound; ; once owned Bonython House 20
Nance, Mr; Grampound; 1731; Mayor 20
Nanclasson Mill; G. with C.; 1333-1337; below Quarry Parc off Creed Lane 109
Nanclasson Mill; Grampound 34
Nanclasson; ; 1489; mentioned in will of John Trevelyan Esq 122
Nancor cross; G. with C. 9
Nancor family; ; c.1930; photo, relatives Vine, Hicks, Baron 58
Nancor Farm; G. with C. 25
Nancor Wartha and Wallas; G. with C.; 1812; surrendered to George Moore, clerk, by Jonathan Peters 121
Nancor; ; 1840; farmed by Thomas Grigg 134
Nancor; ; ; lands adjacent to Trevillick 123
Nancor; ; ; photo, threshing, break for crib 119
Nancor; G. with C.; 1722-1726; whole property sold in small lots to Hawkins of Penans 121
Nancor; G. with C.; 1812; appeared to have moved to the Trevanion estate at Caerhays 121
Nancor; G. with C.; ; next to Manheirs, borders Penans and Bossilian land 121
Nancor; G. with C.; ; site of former mansion 117
Nancor; G. with C.; ; site of the settlement of Tybesta 1000 years ago 24
Nancor; Grampound; ; photos of people working on farm 120
Nancorrow; G. with C.; ; once owned Fal Valley Tannery 34
Nansclason; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Nanscor; ; 1378; mentioned in property grant description 123
Nanskelly, John; ; 1394; settlement on marriage to Jonets Rickard, daughter of Henry 122
Nantellan Farm; G. with C. 106
Nantellan; ; 1337; first recorded in deeds, originally a mansion on site 133
Nantellan; ; 1748; with Garlenick, indicated as houses of gentry 134
Nantellan; ; 1842; Penans avenue of trees running towards Nantellan 127
Nantellan; ; ; contemporary illustration 133
Nantellan; ; ; linked with Rashleigh family 134
Nantellan; ; ; linked with Trewinnow, Trewinnow Meor and Trewhiddie 134
Nantellan; ; ; maps show Nantellan as 'house of gentry' 135
Nantellan; G. with C.; ; belonged successively to Vincent, Woolridge and Edgcumbe families 16
National Cycling Union; Grampound; ; Mr Miners an agent 30
National School; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Near Hill; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Nelson, Jessica; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Netherton, Oliver; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Nettle, D.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
New Hill Council Estate; Grampound; 1948; photo 27
New Mills; Ladock; ; Grampound water-wheel relocated to New Mills 106
Newbridge, Chaplain; Newbridge; ; Chaplain was Charles Moore, son of Revd George Moore 139
Newton, Martin; ; 1553-1558; accused in Court Rolls of trespass on Penans land 126
Nile, Christine; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Nile, Marion; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Norden; Probus; abt 1584; historian, referred to many iron rings at 'Hale Boate Rock' 144
Norman Conquest; Creed; ; evidence of settlement stretching back before Norman Conquest 10
Normans; Cornwall; ; built strong castles such as Restormel and Launceston (Dunhevet) 14
North Moors; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Northey, William; Grampound; 1823; searcher and sealer of leather, ale taster, bread weigher 69
nursery; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
nursing staff; ; 1940s; photo, Mobile First Aid Post 99
Nuton; Cuby; 1797; property assigned to Phillip Rashleigh 110
Nyland, Charlie; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48

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Oatey & Martin; Wadebridge; ; manufacturers of grindstones for Grampound mills 107
Oben, Warwick; ; 18th C; attorney and trustee of Thomas Hawkins 127
Oben, Warwick; ; ; complicated legal wrangling regarding Penans property 128
Old Chapel, The; Grampound; ; former Wesleyan chapel now a private residence 44
Old Coach Road; G. with C.; ; photo, Old Hill, Bermondsey 64
Old Cornish Inns; ; ; book written by H. L. Douch 59
Old Forge, The; G. with C. 56
Old Hill; ; 1497; route of rebellion marchers 32
Old Hill; ; 1700s; in Bermondsey Square 60
Old Hill; ; ; mentioned in Jack Mark's memories of Box Cottage 153
Old Hill; ; c.1890; photo, Kerenza and Shell Cottage, Myrtle Cottage, 63
Old Hill; ; c.1890; photo, street scene bottom of Old Hill, Bermondsey 63
Old Hill; ; early 1700s; in Bermondsey Square, location of Queen's Head Inn 154
Old Hill; G. with C.; 20th C; known by locals as 'the old Roman Road' 9
Old Hill; G. with C.; ; photo, corner of Barteliver Lane and Old Coach Road 64
Old Hill; G. with C.; c.1900; photo, looking down Old Hill towards Bermondsey 64
Old Hill; Grampound; ; house Bella Villa built, now called Penhayes 19
Old Hill; Grampound; c.1900; photo, in view of Bermondsey 23
Old Roman Road; ; 1497; route of rebellion marchers 32
Old Roman Road; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Old Roman Road; G. with C.; 20th C; aka Old Hill, known by locals as 'the old Roman Road' 9
Old Roman Road; Grampound; c.1900; photo, in view of Bermondsey 23
Old Walls; Grampound; ; opposite Pepo Lane 19
Oliver, Mary; ; ; conducted research on mills 101
Oliver, Mary; G. with C.; 1994; organiser of Arts and Crafts exhibition 93
Oliver, Mr D.; G. with C.; 1954; gave permission for field to be used for tennis court 87
Olver, E.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Olver, Edward; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Olver, H. G.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Olver, T.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Osborne, Ann; ; ; photo, born 1854, daughter of Joseph Osborne 114
Osborne, Joseph; Grampound; ; photo, carpenter of Town Mills, born 1829 114
Osborne, Mrs Alice; Grampound; 1950s; photo, at local (Grampound Road) telephone exchange 152
Osborne, Mrs Joseph; ; ; photo, with husband and son Thomas 114
Osborne, Thomas; ; ; photo, with parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Osborne 114
Over Sixties Club; ; 1950; photo, group 93
Over Sixties Club; ; ; photo 87

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Paramore, Norman; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Paramour, Ann; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Paramour, Norman; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Pardew, Bennett; ; 1663; left valuable property to his son Bennett 106
Pardew, Bennett; Grampound; ; agreement to clean watercourses 107
Pardew, Elias; G. with C.; 1714; granted plot to build a fulling mill 107
Pardew, Elias; Grampound; 1700; son of Bennett, granted permission to build fulling mill 106
Pardoe; Grampound; 1621; of Probus and Grampound, fuller, left wool, cloth, implements 106
Pardue, Elias; Grampound; 1700-1706; clothier, beneficiary from wills, father of Bennett Pardue 106
Pardue, Joan; ; 1674; sister-in-law of Anne Croggon, widow 122
Parish Council; Grampound; 1894; First Parish Council Meeting 17
Park Common; Grampound; 1686; reserved for leper hospital 33
Parminter, A.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Parochial School; Grampound; 1935 50
Pascoe, Dr; ; 1798; attending to the poor 21
Pascoe, H.; ; 20th C; secretary of Coursing Club 132
Pascoe, Hilda; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Pascoe, J. H.; Probus; 1916; 'The Farm Record Book' commenced 128
Pascoe, Mr; ; 1916-1946; farm activities 129
Pascoe, Mrs Dick; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Pascoe, Mrs Richard; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Pascoe, Mrs; ; late 1960s; 'lived opposite the cottage in Bermondsey' 154
Pascoe, Vinie; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Pascoe, W.; ; 19th C; tenant at Trevilvas Wallah and Wartha, and Tredenham 132
pasty making; Creed; c.1920; photo, at Creed Rectory 150
Pathick, Iris; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Pawlyn, Leonard; ; 1674; straw joiner, rope maker, granted lease 142
Paynter, Ada; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Paynter, Alice ; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Paynter, Alice; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Paynter, Alice; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Paynter, Alison; Grampound; 1980; photo, attendant to Carnival Queen 90
Paynter, Christopher; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Paynter, Doris; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Paynter, Doris; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Paynter, Doris; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Paynter, Freda; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Paynter, Freda; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene ('later Freda Ellis') 61
Paynter, Gwen; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Paynter, Harry; G. with C.; ; recalled Sunday School outings to Portholland 41
Paynter, Harry; Grampound; 1901-1994; his father was a carpenter who worked in St Austell 80
Paynter, Harry; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Paynter, Marie-Louise; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Paynter, Mrs E.; ; 20th C; photo, Grampound WI carnival float 94
Paynter, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Paynter, Mrs; Grampound; ; photo, with Miss Talbot in Moore Meadow 81
Paynter, R.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Paynter, Reg; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Paynter, Reggie; Grampound; 1913; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Paynter, Roger; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Paynter, Roger; ; c.1950; photo, as rag-and-bone man 91
Paynter, Roger; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Paynter, Roger; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
Paynter, Roger; Grampound; 1997; arranged Medieval Fare 32
Paynter, T.; Grampound; ; photo, onlooker at Grampound Feast or Carnival 90
Paynter, W. G.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Paynter; Grampound; 1913; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Pearce, Alan; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Pearce, Jack; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Pearce, Mabel; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Peglar, Esau; Grampound; 1862; minister left Church of United Independents & Baptists 42
Penans Close; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Penans farmhouse; ; 1842; map, Penans, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Penans farmhouse; ; 20th C; contemporary illustration, east end wall showing pigeon roosts 126
Penans; ; 1793; Penans late in the occupancy of Revd Thomas Carlyon of Treghan 128
Penans; ; 17th C; more land than some in region, owned by Mr Lower 117
Penans; ; 1842; map, showing mansion, homestead, meadows, etc 127
Penans; ; 19th C; print, showing roof completed at east end, pure artist's licence 126
Penans; ; ; contemporary illustration, aka Pennans or Pennance 125
Penans; G. with C.; ; borders Nancor, Manheirs and Bossilian land 121
Penbertha; Probus; 1378; site of mill at Penbethow in Probus 104
Penbetha Farm House; ; ; photo 67
Penbetha Farm House; Grampound; ; photo 68
Penbetha; ; 20th C; sold 130
Penbetha; Grampound; 1840; sketch map, from Probus Tythe map 68
Penbethau; ; ; dyehouse located around homestead and buildings 106
Penbethow; Probus; 1378; mill at Penbethow, parish of Probus 104
Pencoose Castle Camp; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Pencoose Castle; Creed ; 1908; marked on 1908 OS map, was an oval enclosure 9
Pencoose Mill; G. with C.; ; original name of Mellon Watt Mill, later Bailey's Mill 107
Pendene; Grampound; 1897-1919; lean-to contained the Post Office 26
Pendene; Grampound; ; near Congregational Chapel 42
Pendennis Castle; Falmouth; ; Killigrew family had been Captains for many generations 134
Penkevel, Alexander; ; 1617; gent, tenant of Richard Trevillian 122
Penna, M.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Pennance; ; ; aka Penans or Pennans 125
Pennans, Elizabeth; ; 1566; inherited land Penans land from John Pennans 126
Pennans, Rosea; ; 1553-1558; accused in Court Rolls of trespass on Penans land 126
Pennans; ; ; aka Penans or Pennance 125
Pensagillas Farm; G. with C.; ; site of Mellon Watt Mill, aka Bailey's or May's Mill 107
Pensigillis Farm; G. with C.; 1824; map, Pensigillis Farm and Bailey's Mill 108
Pensigillis; St Ewe; ; map shows Bailey's Mill 107
Pentbethau; G. with C.; 18th C; Malt Mill west of Grampound Bridge 59
Pentecost, Mary; ; 1861; entry regarding legal case in Church Book 142
Pepo Lane; Grampound 27
Pepow, John and Joan; Grampound; 1375; granted licence to hold Divine Service 39
Perran House; Grampound; ; old, structurally changed in recent years 31
Perry, Tom; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Peter, Otho B.; Creed; 1904; described disrepair of Creed Church 36
Peter, Otho B.; Creed; 1904; wrote of the ancient ' Little Chapel of St Cride' 10
Peter, Otho B.; Creed; ; wrote 'History of Creed Parish' 134
Peters, Jonathan; ; 1812; surrendered Nanor Wartha and Wallas to George Moore, clerk 121
Peters, Mr W.; ; 1875; wrote to Mr Trethewy 122
Peyres, John; ; 1566; tenant at Carvossa 130
Philip, Gerlad; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Philip, John; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Phillip, Mr; Ladock; ; took over Malt Mills at Grampound 115
Phillips, J.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
picnic; Portholland; 1932; photo, group including Arthur Brown, Mrs Marks 152
Piers, Edwards Williams; ; 1872; held a mortgage on part of freehold premises at Garlenick 139
Pill, James; G. with C.; ; miller at Mellon Watt Mill 108
Pinwell, Miss; Plymouth; 1904; daughter of Captain Pinwell of Trehane, Probus 37
Pliny; ; AD 23-79; Roman historian - Phoenicians came to Cornwall for tin 4000 BC 7
Plough Inn; G. with C.; ; near Town Gate toll-house 76
Plough Inn; Grampound; 1700s; at Teakswater/Teagues Gate, Roger Teague landlord 61
Plough Inn; Grampound; 1853; robbery 61
ploughing; Grampound; ; photo, girl ploughing with horse-drawn plough 129
Plummer, Anthony; Grampound; 1823; new tenant for Grampound Spinning Mills 113
Plummer, William; Grampound; 1823; new tenant for Grampound Spinning Mills 113
Plummers; Grampound; ; built mill dwelling house 115
Plymouth Dye Works; Grampound; c.1900; photo, advertising sign 28
Plymouth, Chaplain of; Plymouth; ; Chaplain was Charles Moore, son of Revd George Moore 139
Polden Moor; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Polkinhorn; ; 1890; involved in formation of Farm Industries, agricultural merchants 128
Pollard, William; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Polman 60
Polman; Grampound ; c.1910; photo 18
Polman; Grampound; ; where Queen's Head Inn once stood 22
Polman; Grampound; c.1900; photo 24
Polmassick; ; ; site of mill 107
Pomeroy Moor; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Pomery family; ; ; marriages with Moore family 138
Pomery, William; ; ; with W. Biddick, farmed Middle Trevillick 125
Pons Magna; Tregony; 1382; bridge built 11
Ponsmur, Borough of; ; ; Manor of Tybesta 101
Ponsmur, Borough of; G. with C.; ; part of the manor of Tybesta 11
Ponsmur; G. with C.; 1250; large bridge built over Fal at Grampound 75
Ponsmur; Grampound; 1333; 'mill at Ponsmur (Grampound)' 104
Poor House; Grampound; 1795; formerly Almshouses 33
population; G. with C.; 1833; 750 people lived in Grampound Borough 45
population; Grampound; 1988; around six hundred people 5
Portholland; ; ; Sunday School outings recalled 41
Post Office; Grampound; 1953; photo, decorated for Coronation of Queen Elizabeth 31
pounds; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Powell, Lois; Grampound; ; family lived at Woodbine Villa 19
pre-history; G. with C. 9
prehistoric settlements; G. with C.; ; map, prehistoric settlements around Grampound and Creed 7
Premier Boots; Grampound; c.1900; photo, porch advertisement 28
Priddle, George; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Priddle, George; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 72
Probus Tythe map; ; 1840; showing Penbetha 68
Probus, Parish of; Probus; ; Barteliver and Carvossa properties in the Parish of Probus 130
Probus; Grampound; ; school teams playing 51
Ptolemy; ; ; famous geographer, mentions Roman town called 'Voliba' 9
Puckey, Matthew; ; 1807; a chapman (pedlar), wool stapler and dealer, declared bankrupt 111
Puckey, Matthew; Probus; 1801; lease of property from Lord Falmouth 110

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Quarme, Walter; ; 1655; Rector of St Mawanan, descended from ancient British tribe 121
Quarry Parc; ; 1822; bought by Revd George Moore 139
Quarry Parc; G. with C.; 1333-1337; vicinity of Nanclasson Mill 109
Quarry Parc; Grampound; 1684; bought by John Tanner and Anthony Moore 34
Quarry Parc; Grampound; 1921; exclusive bowling green formed 86
Queen's Head Inn, new; ; 1830s; built, well known for its comfortable feather beds 60
Queen's Head Inn, old; ; 1700s; at bottom of Old Hill in Bermondsey Square 60
Queen's Head Inn; ; 1822; lease bought by Revd George Moore 139
Queen's Head Inn; ; early 1700s; chief coaching inn, at bottom of Old Hill in Bermondsey Square 154
Queen's Head Inn; Grampound; ; situated where Trenance House and Polman stand 22
Queen's Head Inn; Grampound; c.1900; photo, in view of Bermondsey 23
Queen's Head Inn; Grampound; c.1910; photo 18

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Rabey, Louise; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Rack Fields; G. with C.; 1641; land sold 109
Rack Fields; G. with C.; ; Upper, Middle and Lower, NE of Town Mills 104
Radnor House; ; ; formerly King's Head Inn 22, 60
Radnor House; ; ; near one of two entrances to Croggon Tannery 149
Radnor House; Grampound; ; photo, originally King's Head Inn 23
Radnor House; Grampound; ; served as Post Office 27
Radnor, Earl of ; Creed; 17th C; boundary of Glebe land 36
Radnor, Earl of; Truro; ; built from materials from original house at Tregonjohn 121
Raikes, John; ; ; founded Sunday Schools 47
railway; ; 1832; proposal for rail track Goss Moor to St Dennis 80
railway; Plymouth; 1859; steam railway opened to Truro 80
railway; Truro; 1859; steam railway opened to Plymouth 80
Ralph the Constable; Tybesta; bef 1066; held Count of Mortain lands before 1066 12
Rashleigh, Charles; St Austell; 1795-1797; bought and sold property 110
Rashleigh, John; ; 1771; married Catherine Battie, she died 1800 134
Rashleigh, Phillip; Menabilly; 1797; assigned property called Nuton in Parish of Cuby 110
Rashleigh, Rachel; ; 1736; married a Hawkins, widowed in 1736 134
Ravenscroft, Canon; Grampound; 1980s; Team Rector of the Parish 50
Raynor, Jo and Roff; Grampound; late 1960s; moved into Box Cottage 154
Recorder; Grampound; 1808; tried for corruption 15
recreation and sports; G. with C. 83, 84
recreation and sports; G. with C. 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95
Recreation Ground; Grampound; 1895; acquired 86
recreation; G. with C. 132, 150, 152
recreation; Grampound 145
Rector of Creed; Creed; 1603; had a bowling green on his glebe 86
Reen's Hill; Bossillian 25
Regency window panes; Grampound; ; in old properties in village including Trevail 28
remains of circular building; G. with C.; 1968-1971; excavated at prehistoric settlement of Carvossa 8
Report on the Borough; Grampound; 1833; written in London, cites little obvious improvement in Borough 15
Reskymer; ; 15th C; had manor at Garlenick 136
Restarrick, William; Grampound; 1810; of Malt Mills, about to leave Grampound 115
Restormel; Cornwall; ; strong castle built by the Normans 14
Resugga Castle; G. with C.; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
Reynolds, J.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
rich exploiting the poor; Cornwall 16
Richard, Mrs 'and daughter'; Grampound; ; had bakehouse where the old Bridge Inn once stood 41
Richards, Arthur; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Richards, Charles Kenneth; G. with C.; 1942-1991; occupied Nancor, son of William John Richards 121
Richards, Charlie; ; ; photo, of Nancor, with daughter Margaret and two others 143
Richards, Charlie; G. with C.; ; photo, of Nancor, in Great World War 96
Richards, Charlie; Grampound; ; photo, with calf in garden at Nancor 120
Richards, Fernley; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Richards, Howard & Son; Grampound; 1929; ironmongers and general merchants, invoice 151
Richards, Jack; ; 1924; photo, as small child on tricycle 150
Richards, Jack; Grampound.; ; photo, with threshing machine, Nancor Farm 121
Richards, Jack; Grampound; ; photo, running saw bench and steam engine at Nancor 120
Richards, John Philip; G. with C.; 1990s; occupies Nancor, grandson of William John Richards 121
Richards, John; G. with C.; ; of Nancor Farm 25
Richards, John; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Richards, Kitty; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Richards, Margaret; ; ; photo, with father Charlie of Nancor, Jim Brown, Harold Holness 143
Richards, Millie; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Richards, Miss; Grampound; 1929; invoice for cotton dress from L. Kneebone, dressmaker 142
Richards, Mrs Grace; Grampound; 1896; donated pipe organ to West Methodist Chapel 44
Richards, Mrs Irene; ; ; photo, Mrs Irene Richards of Nancor with her Granny Hicks 146
Richards, Mrs Irene; USA; ; photo, with her father in USA before moving back to Cornwall 146
Richards, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
Richards, Mrs; ; ; ran bakehouse with her daughter 58
Richards, Robert Teague; Grampound; 1898; landlord, of King's Head Inn charged with permitting drunkenness 143
Richards, V.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Richards, V.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Richards, Vernon; ; 1944; photo, Civil Defence group 98
Richards, William J.; Grampound; 1930; of Nancor Farm, invoice to Mr C. G. Rickard 121
Richards, William J.; Grampound; ; of Nancor Farm, bill to Mr Dunn 81
Richards, William John; G. with C.; 1913-1942; occupied Nancor, father of Charles Kenneth Richards 121
Rickard, Henry; ; 1394; of Bodmin, indenture - Walter Menhyr and Ralph Tredenham 122
Rickard, Joneta; ; 1394; daughter of Henry, settlement on marriage to John Nanskelly 122
Rickard, Mr C. G.; Grampound; 1930; invoice from William J. Richards of Nancor Farm 121
Rickard, Mr; Mevagissey; 1938; worked for Mr Way, baker in Grampound 57
Rickard, Mrs; Grampound; 1903; of King's Head Inn 25
River Fal 24
River Fal; ; 1378; mentioned in property grant description 123
River Fal; Grampound 32
River Fal; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
robbery; Grampound; 1853; at the Plough Inn 61
Roberte, John; ; 1539; of Carlenek, tenant of Tybesta, mentioned in Court Rolls 136
Roberts, Beatrice; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Roberts, Bernard; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Roberts, Lily; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Roberts, Matthew; ; 1840; tenant at Tregonjohn 122
Roberts, Matthew; Grampound; 1836; agreement with Thomas Peter Gurney 20
Roberts, Mrs Dorothy; G. with C.; ; photo, in her trap at Tregidgeo 79
Roberts, Samuel Gardiner; ; 1890; bought Tregidgeo, passed to son Samuel and daughter Mary 119
Robinson, Eveline; ; ; photo, born 1902, descendent of Joseph Osborne 114
Robinson, Hannah; ; ; photo, born 1922, descendent of Joseph Osborne 114
Rod Moor; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Rolfe, Mrs; Grampound ; 1940s; photo, serving food in Village Hall 99
Rolfe, Mrs; Grampound; 20th C; record of Bert Cundy, blacksmith 54
Rolph, Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Roman camp of Burghear; ; ; adjacent to the Nantellan land 136
Romano-British settlement; ; ; remains found to the south of the house of Nantellan 135
rope making; ; 1674; description of process 142
Roscoe, Henry; London; 1833; signed report on Borough of Grampound 16
Roscorrock, Richard Esq; Creed; 1558; purchased Tregigiou from John Tregigiou 117
Roscruge, E. P.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Roscruge, Mr E. R.; ; 1923; reported to have bought Nantellan with his wife's money 135
Roscruge, Mrs; ; 1940s; died, Mr Roscruge remarried in 1950s 135
Roseland Community School; ; ; Tregony 50
Rosevear, Mr; Grampound; ; dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Rowe, Alan; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Rowe, David; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Rowe, George; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Rowe, J. Hambly; Creed; 1928; claimed Nantellan could be King Mark's residence 10
Rowe, L.; Grampound; 1940-1941; photo, football team 85
Rowe, Michael; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Rowe, Miss Ann; ; ; ran private Dame School 47
Rowe, Mrs; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Rowe, William; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Rowntree's Cocoa; Grampound; ; advertisement found beneath wallpaper of Del Mar 30
Royal Albert Bridge; Saltash; ; designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel 80
Royal Cornwall Gazette; Grampound; 1898; reported on charge of permitting drunkenness in Grampound 143
Royal Cornwall Museum; ; ; holds artefacts excavated from Carvossa 133
Royal Institute of Cornwall; G. with C.; 1968-1971; excavation of prehistoric settlement at Carvossa 8
Royal Institution of Cornwall; Cornwall; 1928; journal article re Nantellan's claim as site of King Mark's residence 10
Rural Industries Bureau; ; ; took interest in helping country smiths 56
Rushton, Edward; London; 1833; signed report on Borough of Grampound 16
Russell, Dr; ; 1749; charged for his medicine 21
Russell, Lord John; London; ; proposed to disenfranchise Grampound, the House agreed 15
Rutter, ('engine man'); ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70

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Sammy (?) 'and his sister'; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Sanctuary of Probus; ; 1301; thieves brought and set free by the Keepers of the Sanctuary 130
Sandys, Revd William; St Minver; 1774-1776; sold property to Henry Hawkins Tremayne 119
Sawle, Sir Charles; St Austell; 1898; Chairman of the Bench, noted King's Head Inn as a bad house 143
Saxons; Cornwall; ; acted as overlords taking power from Celtic chiefs 15
Scholar, Betty; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Scholar, F.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Scholar, J.; Grampound; 1935; photo, Grampound Town Band 149
Scholar, Phillis; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Scholar, Richard; G. with C.; ; recalled Sunday School outings to Portholland 41
Scholar, Richard; Penbethau; ; attended Probus College 19
Scholar, Susie; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
School building; Grampound; ; contemporary drawing 29
schools; G. with C. 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
Scout Group; Grampound; 1930; first group formed 94
Seaward, Carol; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (teacher) 53
Seccombe family; ; ; seat at former mansion at Trewinnow Meor 135
Seccombe, Messrs & Co; Grampound; 1807; factory in their tenancy 111
Seccombe, Mr; ; 1716; paid rent for Trewinnow 134
Seccombe, Mr; ; 1721; mentioned in John Wolridge's letter to Francis Gregor 137
Seccombe, T. Fulling Mill; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Seccombe, Thomas; ; 1809; factory still run 112
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound ; 1813; son Tom foreman, Grampound Yarn Manufactory 113
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound; 1801; a clothier, lease of property from Lord Falmouth 110
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound; 1807; took over shares and equipment of Matthew Puckey 111
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound; 1830; occupier of tucking mill 106
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound; 1833; possessed Poor House, lease for Sir Christopher Hawkins 33
Seccombe, Thomas; Grampound; 18th C; a clothier 109
Seccombe; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Seeking, Ron; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Seeking, Ron; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
Severin, Tim; ; ; photo, leather boat St Brendan 70
Severin, Tim; Grampound; 1976; used leather from Croggons for leather boat 69
Sharman, Ruth; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Sheffield & Rotherham Independent; Grampound; 1891; newspaper account of Grampound 17
Shell Cottage; ; c.1890; photo, street scene bottom of Old Hill, Bermondsey 63
Sherock family; G. with C.; ; formerly possessed almost all the lands of the parish 150
Sherock's Water; G. with C.; ; little rivulet a small distance from Creed Church 150
Sherrack, John; ; 1617; of Tregonjohn, bought property 122
Sherrack, Richard; ; 1605; father of John, sold property to Trevillian 122
Ship Inn, The; Grampound; ; aka Bridge Inn and Township Inn 33
Shut Meadow; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Silver Band; Grampound; 1929; band dissolved 94
Silver Band; Grampound; ; local musicians 41
Silver Band; Grampound; c.1925; photo, Sunday School Treat, Fore Street 42
Simmonds, Rosie; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Sinfield, Roma; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (governor) 53
Skidgemore, Harold; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Slade, George; Grampound; ; minister, married Mary Ann Croggon 42
Slee, Mr Fred; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Smith, Cyril; Grampound; 1982; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 91
Smith, Cyril; Grampound; 1991; photo, group at Grampound Carnival 92
Smith, John & Son; Derby; ; supplied Grampound turret clock 17
smuggled goods; ; ; by Philip Hawkins 128
smuggling; G. with C. 59
Soldier's Way, The; G. with C.; 20th C; small lane by Carvossa 9
Solomon, Mr; G. with C.; 19th C; photo, horse-drawn bus outside school 78
South West Water Plc; Grampound; ; control present water supply 26
Spinning Mills; ; 1835; fire destroyed factory 113
sports and recreation; G. with C. 83, 84
sports and recreation; G. with C. 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95
Spry, E.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Spry, F.; Grampound; 1913; photo, Grampound School football team 84
Spry, Frank; Grampound; 1975; Postmaster died 22
Spry, Frank; Grampound; ; Postmaster 27
Spry, Iris; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Spry, Kathleen (nee Mannell); ; 1940s; photo, ATS in Second World War 99
Spry, Leonard; G. with C.; 20th C; carrier, vehicle proprietor 81
Spry, M.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 72
Spry, Malcolm; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Spry, Malcolm; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Spry, Mrs Olive; Grampound; 1975; became Postmistress 22
Spry, Olive; Grampound; ; Postmistress 27
Spry, Sandra; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Spry, Susan; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
St Aubin, Thomas; Creed; 1633; with Thomas Hawkins and another, owned Tregidgeo 117
St Aubyn family; ; 1404; Bossulian in family's list of properties 122
St Aubyn family; ; ; marriages with Moore family 138
St Aunter; G. with C.; ; reported by Revd W. Gregor 39
St Brendan; ; ; photo, Tim Severin's leather boat 70
St Creed Church; Creed; ; William de Milborn, parson 123
St Cride, Little Chapel of; Creed; 1904; Otho B. Peter wrote of the ancient chapel's location 10
St Crido; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
St Dennis; ; 1832; proposal for rail track to be laid to Goss Moor 80
St Mary, Chapel of; Grampound; 1400; licensed 39
St Naunter's Chapel; ; 13th C; aka St Nun, former site in Lower Trevillick field 124
St Naunter's Chapel; G. with C. ; ; map, hillforts, prehistoric settlements, stone crosses and markers 7
St Naunter; Grampound; ; patroness of Grampound Chapel 39
St Nun's Church; G. with C.; c.1820; drawing 40
St Nun's Church; G. with C.; c.1920; photo, decorated for a festival 40
St Nun's Church; Grampound 27
St Nun's Church; Grampound; 1879; granted temporary licence for marriages 41
St Nun's Church; Grampound; 1976; vestry built on to the church 41
St Nun's Church; Grampound; ; contemporary illustration 39
St Nun; Altarnun; ; said to be burial place of St Nun, aka St Naunter 124
St Stephen; Grampound; ; school teams playing 51
Stackhouse, Dr; ; 1747; of Trehane, use of tin works 131
Stackhouse, William; ; 1750; received interest in Barteliver farm 131
Stayre House Inn; Grampound; 1703; Digory Tremayne victualler of 'a very elegant tavern' 61
Stennett, India; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Stephen, Philip; ; 1605; leased land from George Boscawen 105
Stephens, Cyril; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Stephens, James; ; 1882; tenant at Garlenick 139
Stephens, John; G. with C. ; 1714; granted plot to build a fulling mill 107
Stephens, Willie; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Stevens, Geraldine; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Stewart, Catherine; Grampound; ; photo, with Mr Chapman feeding lambs at Nancor 120
Stewart, Dr William Lindsay; G. with C.; ; local physician, Tremethick built for him 25
Stewart, Dr; ; 1950s; photo, motor accident in narrow lane 80
Stewart, Dr; Grampound; 1950s; photo, tinkering under the bonnet of his Bentley 81
Still, Jade; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Stone Age 7
stone cross and markers; G. with C.; 1930; found buried in hedge bank at Trevillick Hill 9
stone cross and markers; G. with C.; ; without a head, found on land of Carvossa 130
stone crosses and markers; G. with C. ; ; map, stone crosses and markers around Grampound and Creed 7
Stone, Elias; ; 1606; leased fulling mill from John Hawkins 105
street lighting; Grampound; 1899; considered satisfactory 26
Strongman, Mrs Fred; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Sunday School; Grampound; 1894; Creed and Grampound Church of England 41
Swarne Fields; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Symons, John the younger; Grampound; 1803; a wool stapler, assigned fulling mill by Jonathan Crowle 110
Symons, John; ; 1805; property formerly in his possession 111
Symons, John; Grampound; 1786; his father William mentioned as being deceased 110
Symons, John; Grampound; 1803; two men by that name 110
Symons, Mrs; G. with C.; ; one of John Wesley's first converts in Cornwall 43
Symons, William; G. with C.; 18th C; a fuller 109
Symons, William; Grampound; 1786; mentioned as the deceased father of John Symons 110
Symons; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Symony family; Grampound; ; house used for Wesleyan meetings 44

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Talbot, Miss; ; 20th C; photo, Grampound WI carnival float 94
Talbot, Miss; Grampound; ; photo, with Mrs Paynter in Moore Meadow 81
Talfrew Comons; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Tank, Samuel Edward; Grampound; 1890s; miller 106
Tank, Samuel Edward; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Tank, Thomas; Grampound; 1873-1899; miller and corn merchant, became bankrupt 1899 115
Tank, Thomas; Grampound; 1950s; Mr Tank's chimney demolished at Town Mill 114
Tanner, Anthony; ; 1552; and others with force 'set fire upon the turfes and furzes' 136
Tanner, John Esq; Creed; 17th C; boundary of Glebe land 36
Tanner, John Esq; G. with C.; 1605; lease to John Tregian 109
Tanner, John; Grampound; 1684; bought Quarry Parc with Anthony Moore 34
Tanner, John; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
tanning and tanneries; G. with C. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74
Tapprell, Robert; ; 1674; brother of Anne Croggon, widow 122
Tea Party; Creed; c.1920; photo, at Creed Rectory 150
Teague's Gate; G. with C.; ; aka Hewas Water on eastern boundary of Creed 62
Teague, Elizabeth; Grampound; 1919; died 28
Teague, Ethel Annie; Grampound; 1930s; married Thomas Kemp 30
Teague, Helena Evangeline; Grampound; 1930s; moved into Treglines Cottage 30
Teague, J.; Grampound; 1923; member of Bowls Club 86
Teague, Jan; Grampound; ; had a smithy 24
Teague, John Henry (Jan); Grampound; ; smithy 34
Teague, John Henry; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Teague, John Henry; Grampound; 1928; died 28
Teague, Joseph Stephens; Grampound; 1918-1955; Postmaster 27
Teague, Joseph Stephens; Grampound; ; took over Treglines Meadows at Mirfield 28
Teague, Mr; ; 1800s; good memory at 80 years of age 141
Teague, Mr; G. with C.; 1719; died, owned Plough Inn, husband of Dorothy, 76
Teague, Mrs Dorothy; G. with C.; 1719; widow, left monies by her husband 76
Teague, Mrs Helene Evangelina; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Teague, Mrs; Grampound; 1940s-1950s; Postmistress, customer with stamp stuck to dentures 152
Teague, Richard; Grampound; ; 'My memories of Mirfield' 28
Teague, Richard; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Teague, Roger; Grampound; 1686; involved in setting up leper hospital 33
Teague, Roger; Grampound; ; landlord of the Plough Inn, 'one of the finest inn-keepers' 61
Teague; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Team Ministry; Creed; 1974; combining churches 41
Team Ministry; Grampound; 1974; combining churches 41
Team Ministry; Ladock; 1974; combining churches 41
Team Ministry; Probus; 1974; combining churches 41
Team Ministry; St Erme; 1974; combining churches 41
telephone exchange; Grampound; 1950s; description, 6 villages, 100 subscribers 152
telephone service; Grampound; 1945; telephone service arrived in village 26
Temple, Octavius; Grampound; ; married Dorcas Carveth, daughter of Richard Carveth 131
Temple, William; ; ; later Archbishop of Canterbury, married Charles and Elizabeth James 131
tennis; G. with C. 87
Terras; ; ; vicinity of uranium mine 25
thatcher; ; 1930s; photo, at work on a rick 132
Thomas ('a councillor'); ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Thomas, Henry; ; 1840; Trevillick landlord with Christopher Hawkins and James Buller 125
Thomas, Mr; Grampound; 1953; shepherd's crook made by Bert Cundy 54
Thomas, William; Grampound; 1663; paid to maintain the clock 17
Thompson, Mrs; ; 20th C; photo, Grampound WI carnival float 94
Three Cornered Meadow; Grampound 19
Tiddy, Florence; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Tiddy, Harold; Grampound; ; seventh child of Richard Tiddy 19
Tiddy, Richard; Creed Church; 1883; married Emily James 19
Tiddy, Richard; Creed; 1915; died, buried in Creed churchyard 19
Tiddy, Richard; Grampound; 1855; master mason, born Bissoe 19
Tiddy, Wesley; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
tin mining; Cornwall; ; tin exchanged for olive oil, wines, fruits from Europe 7
tin mining; G. with C.; 1747; tin lodes reported in the area 122
tin mining; G. with C.; 1747; tin works on lands at Barteliver and Carvossa 131
Tippet, Doreen; Grampound; 1940; photo, onlooker at Grampound Carnival 89
Tippett, Doreen; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Tippett, Mr; Grampound; ; auctioneer, dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Tithe map; Grampound; 1840; shows mills 106
Tolfrew Common; G. with C.; ; near Hewas Waters 76
Tolfrew; G. with C.; ; formerly the Plough Inn 76
Tolfrey Commons; G. with C.; ; on eastern boundary of Creed 62
Tolgarrick; ; ; vicinity of uranium mine 25
Toll House; ; ; photo 67
Toll House; Grampound; ; photo 68
Tollemache, Mr; ; ; bought the Nantellan house 135
Tonkin, Thomas; ; 1730; wrote of the ancient customs of the Manor of Tybesta 141
Tonkin, Thomas; Creed; c.1730; declaration re Church and Glebe 36
Tonkin, Thomas; Grampound; 1717; halted in Grampound and stayed at the Plough Inn 61
Torr, Megan; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Town clock; Grampound; ; photo 17
Town Gate toll-house; G. with C.; 1834; built, aka Teague's Gate, near Plough Inn 76
Town Hall; Grampound 17
Town Hall; Grampound; ; contemporary illustration 39
Town Hall; Grampound; ; photo 18
Town Meadow; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Town Meadow; G. with C.; 1795; property purchased by Charles Rashleigh 110
Town Mill; ; ; provided flour for bakehouse 58
Town Mill; Grampound; 1942; son took over following death of Mr Bunkum 116
Town Mill; Grampound; ; photo, showing Mr Tank's chimney 114
Town Mills; ; 1334; possible site of land grant 104
Town Mills; G. with C.; 1795; property purchased by Charles Rashleigh 110
Town Mills; G. with C.; 1970; grinding corn until 1970 104
Town Mills; Grampound; 1677; leased to Roger Hoyte, a fuller 106
Town Mills; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Town Mills; Grampound; 1857; last section of workshops built on east side 115
Town Mills; Grampound; 1901 115
Town Mills; Grampound; ; abode of Mr Bunkum 44
Town Mills; Grampound; ; glove factory behind Town Mills 31
Town Mills; Grampound; c.1900; photo 112
Township Inn; Grampound; 1859; changed name from Bridge Inn 60
Township Inn; Grampound; ; formerly called Bridge Inn, sometimes The Ship Inn 33
Traenallack; ; 1378; mentioned in property grant description 123
traffic-calming measure; Grampound; 1997; photo 82
transport; G. with C. 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82
transport; Grampound 80
Tredenham, John; ; 1710; died, son of Sir Joseph Tredenham 119
Tredenham, Ralph; ; 1394; indenture with Walter Menhyr and Henry Rickard 122
Tredenham, Sir Joseph; Creed; 1707; died, had received Tregidgeo in marriage settlement 117
Tredenham; ; 19th C; leased by W. Pascoe, stayed in family until 1950s 132
Tregeon, Francis; Creed; 1579; associate of Ezekiel Grosse, a lawyer and moneylender 117
Tregian family; ; ; local property deals 119
Tregian, Catherine; Golden; 1618; had siblings Charles, Sibilla and Elizabeth 117
Tregian, Charles; Golden; 1618; had sisters Sibilla, Elizabeth and Catherine 117
Tregian, Elizabeth; Golden; 1618; had siblings Charles, Sibilla and Catherine 117
Tregian, Francis; Grampound; 1607; Grampound Mills sold to Ezekiel Grosse 106
Tregian, John; ; ; gent, received land from John Arundell, Knight 124
Tregian, John; G. with C.; 1605; free tenant of John Tanner Esq 109
Tregian, Sibilla; Golden; 1618; had siblings Charles, Elizabeth and Catherine 117
Tregidgeo; ; 1727; estate sold to John Hawkins 119
Tregidgeo; Creed; 1499; farm, mentioned in business related to Robert Wolvedon 117
Tregidgeo; Creed; ; photo, daughter of the house with prize Shorthorn 118
Tregidgeo; Creed; c.1938; photo, hay pole and hay grab 118
Tregidgeo; G. with C.; ; photo, Mrs Dorothy Roberts in her trap 79
Tregigiou, John; Creed; 1558; sold Tregigiou to Richard Roscorrock Esq 117
Tregigiou, Ralph; G. with C.; 1405; rights and claims at Bossulion 109
Treginsage; ; 1596; rental paid 124
Treginsage; ; 1598; Boscawen family owned large acreage 105
Tregisiou, Ralph; Creed; 1415; Dean of Exeter, buried Creed, will proved 117
Treglines Cottage; Grampound; ; next door to Tim Lobb's garage 31
Treglines Cottage; Grampound; ; uses 30
Treglines Meadow; Grampound; ; taken over by Joseph Stephens Teague 28
Tregonjohn Farm; ; ; mentioned in Jack Mark's memories of Box Cottage 153
Tregonjohn Farm; G. with C.; ; water wheel restored, relocated to Crumplehorn Mill 109
Tregonjohn; ; ; Rectory and Glebelands taken from Tregonjohn farmland 122
Tregonjohn; Creed; ; closely farmed for 600 years 38
Tregonjohn; G. with C.; 1338; former seat of Sherrack family, aka Tregonsonan 121
Tregonjohn; G. with C.; ; former land of Creed Church and Glebe 36
Tregonsonan; G. with C.; 1338; former seat of Sherrack family, aka Tregonjohn 121
Tregony Church; Tregony; ; lectern formerly at Grampound Church 41
Tregony Entertainers, The; ; ; photo, Clifford and Vera Webb and friends 152
Tregony, ill feeling; Grampound; ; ill feeling to people of Grampound 17
Tregunna, H.; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 73
Tregunna, Harold; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 72
Tregunna, Mrs Urban; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Tregunna, Mrs; ; 1950; photo, Over Sixties Club 93
Tregunna, Richard; Grampound; 1894; renovated turret 17
Tregunna, Richard; Grampound; ; built Hillside 24
Tregunna; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery 70
Tregyan, Francis Esq; Golden; 1692; agreement with George Boscawen 109
Trehane; Probus; 1904; abode of Captain Pinwell 37
Treleaven; ; 1669; purchased by Walter Vincent MP, Baron of the Exchequer 134
Trelion; ; ; vicinity of uranium mine 25
Trelovan, Mrs; Grampound; ; photo, 'Grampound WI or Church group' 142
Tremaine family; ; ; local property deals 119
Tremayne, Digory; Grampound; 1703; victualler of Stayre House Inn, 'a very elegant tavern' 61
Tremayne, Henry Hawkins; ; 1774; bought property from Revd William Sandys 119
Tremayne, Henry Hawkins; ; 18th C; received interest in Barteliver farm 131
Tremayne, Revd W. H.; ; 1813; of Tregidgeo, his son in Wells 119
Tremaynes, John; Grampound; 1741; account for 23 bottles of wine 60
Tremethick; ; 1947; photo, Meet of the Beagles 95
Tremethick; G. with C.; ; built for Dr William Lindsay Stewart, physician 25
Trenance 60
Trenance House; ; ; near one of two entrances to Croggon Tannery 149
Trenance House; Grampound; ; where Queen's Head Inn once stood 22
Trenance; Grampound; c.1900; photo 24
Trenance; Grampound; c.1910; photo 18
Trencreek ; G. with C.; ; site of former mansion 117
Trencreek Farm; ; 20th C; thriving holiday park 130
Trenowth mill; G. with C.; ; owned by Sir Christopher Hawkins 107
Trenowth, William; Grampound; 1809; described as deceased, formerly owned Grampound Mills 113
Trenowth; ; 1807; responsibility for mill and millstream 111
Trenowth; ; ; head weir for mills 104
Trenwinnow; ; ; constantly mentioned in documents relating to Nantellan 135
Trethewey, Gladys; Grampound; c.1895; photo, street scene outside The Dolphin Inn 61
Trethewey, Mr; Grampound; ; dispute over town's coat-of-arms 19
Trethewey, Samuel; ; ; turned farmhouse at Trewinnow Meor into 'a genteel residence' 135
Trethewey; Creed; ; in poem 'Creed' by Peggy Metcalfe 38
Trethewey; G. with C.; ; lease at Church Town Farm 36
Trethewey; Grampound; ; on Roll of Church of United Independents & Baptists 43
Trethosa, Alice; ; 1465; widow of Robert, grant to the vicar of St Stephen-in-Brannel 124
Trethosa, Robert; ; ; husband of Alice 124
Trevail; Grampound; 1620s; home of John Hampden MP 28
Trevail; Grampound; ; contemporary drawing 29
Trevail; Grampound; ; near Congregational Chapel 42
Trevail; Grampound; ; one of the oldest properties in the village 31
Trevailek; ; 1425; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Trevanion Estate; ; 1812; at Caerhays, appeared to have taken over Nancor 121
Trevanion, Charles; ; 1840; succeeded John Trevanion of Caerhays 121
Trevanion, John; ; 1808; demolished old house at Caehays, built and rebuilt 121
Trevanion, John; ; 1840; of Caerhays, died, succeeded by Charles Trevanion 121
Treveillick; ; ; small ancient church, now vanished 41
Trevelek; ; 1327; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Trevellas; ; 1793; abode of Nicholas Donnithorne 128
Trevelyan, John Esq; Grampound; 1489; left property to his second son Thomas 122
Trevelyan, Thomas; Grampound; 1489; second son of John Trevelyan Esq, left property in will 122
Treveneck Moores; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
Trevenon, John; Grampound; 1821; Rector 39
Trevilioch; ; 1216; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Trevillek; ; 1338; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
Trevillian, Richard; Kennall; 1617; gent, sold property to John Sherrack of Tregonjohn 122
Trevillick 123
Trevillick Hill; G. with C.; 1930; base of stone cross found buried in hedge bank 9
Trevillick House; Grampound 42
Trevillick House; Grampound; ; Squire Hendry's residence 31
Trevillick landlord; ; 1840; Christopher Hawkins, James Buller and Henry Thomas 125
Trevillick; ; 1598; Boscawen family owned large acreage 105
Trevillick; ; 1795; under ownership of James Buller, tenancy of W. Biddick 125
Trevillick; ; 1825; valued 122
Trevillick; ; ; contemporary illustration, farmhouse 124
Trevillick; G. with C.; ; site of former mansion 117
Trevillick; Grampound 39
Trevilvas Mill 106
Trevilvas Wallah and Wartha; ; 19th C; leased by W. Pascoe, stayed in family until 1950s 132
Trevilvas; ; 18th C; adjacent to small piece of land Ventontina 131
Trevilvas; ; 1926; sold wheat straw to Ralph James of Barteliver 129
Trevilvas; ; ; contained field known as Dyehouse Close Moor 106
Trevithick; ; 1890; involved in formation of Farm Industries, agricultural merchants 128
Trewartha; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 13
Trewarthenick ; ; ; birth place of Revd William Gregor 35
Trewhiddie; ; ; constantly mentioned in documents relating to Nantellan 135
Trewhiddie; ; ; linked with Nantellan 134
Trewinnow farm; ; ; photo, farm buildings and roundhouse, 'near to Garlenick' 137
Trewinnow Meor ; ; ; linked with Nantellan 134
Trewinnow Meor; G. with C.; ; site of former mansion 117
Trewinnow; ; ; 'seat' of the Seccombe family 138
Trewinnow; ; ; linked with Nantellan 134
Trewinnow; ; ; passed into the hands of Trethewey family 138
Trewithen Estate employees; ; c.1900; photo, group of six men 147
Trewithen Estate; ; 1497; route of rebellion marchers 32
Trewithen Estate; G. with C. 30
Trewithen Estate; G. with C.; 1919; sold most of its properties in Grampound 56
Trewithen Estate; Grampound; ; photo, coach house, stables, office 79
Trewithen family; ; ; described as 'approachable and paternalistic' 111
Trewithen Gate; G. with C.; ; land belonged to Sir Christopher Hawkins 78
Trewithen, Squire of; Creed; ; Elizabeth Johnstone became Squire after her father's death 38
Trewithen; ; 1798; abode of Sir Christopher Hawkins 36
Trewithen; ; 1874; abode of Revd D. G. Johnstone 139
Trewithen; ; ; abode of John Hawkins and his wife Rachel 35
Trewithen; ; ; William Devonshire the estate carpenter 147
Trewithen; G. with C.; ; granite pillars 18
Trist, Revd G. H.; Grampound; 1894; gave magic lantern show at Sunday School 41
Tristam; Cornwall; ; legend 9
Tristian and Iseult; north of Fowey; ; reputed to be buried at Castle Dore 10
troops, Civil War; G. with C.; 1642-43; billeted on the local townsfolk 146
Trower, Bishop; Grampound; 1869; consecrated Church of St Nun's 39
Trudgian Farm; St Ewe; 1990s; now included in Nancor farm 121
Truro Museum; Truro; ; illustration, Grampound Borough seal 12
Truro, Bishop of; Creed; 1885; consecrated an extended burial ground 36
Truscott, Mr; ; ; entry regarding payment in Church Book 142
Tse, Philip; Grampound; ; owner of Chinese restaurant 'Eastern Promise' 60
Tucker, G.; ; 1910; photo, workers at Manor Tannery (yard) 70
Tucker, Ivy; Grampound; 1909; photo, drama production 'The Fairy Queen' 48
Tucker, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
tucking mill; Grampound; 14th C; at Tybesta Manor 106
tucking mills; ; 11th C; twelve mills employed waters of the Fal 104
Tuckingmill; ; ; apprentice dressmakers 30
Turnpike Gate House; G. with C.; c.1910; photo, gate house, bridge and school 77
Turnpike Road; G. with C.; ; route description, list of tolls and regulations 76
Tybesta ; ; ; settlement 17
Tybesta Manor; ; 19th C; watercolour illustration 22
Tybesta Manor; Grampound; 14th C; tucking mill 106
Tybesta Meere; ; 1702; Henry Vincent responsible for rent 134
Tybesta mills; G. with C.; 1317-1333; mentioned in documents 106
Tybesta mills; Grampound; ; report by Mr Unwin 105
Tybesta settlement; Creed; 1908; marked on OS map, east of Grampound on brow of Grampound Hill 10
Tybesta settlement; Tybesta; 14th C; four houses were recorded at Tybesta 10
Tybesta settlement; Tybesta; 1840; had shrunk to a single farmstead, abandoned by 1880 10
Tybesta, Duchy Manor of; ; 1798 36
Tybesta, manor boundaries; Tybesta; ; description 11
Tybesta, Manor of; ; 1327; subsidy paid by Luke Batilver 130
Tybesta, Manor of; ; 1553-1558; Court Rolls mention Penans 126
Tybesta, Manor of; ; 1730; customs noted on manuscript written by Thomas Tonkin 141
Tybesta, Manor of; ; 1918; land purchased by Cornwall County Council 38
Tybesta, Manor of; ; ; in Borough of Ponsmur 101
Tybesta, Manor of; ; ; Trevillick mentioned in early deeds 123
Tybesta, Manor of; Tybesta; ; one of biggest, most important estates of the Earl of Cornwall 11
Tybesta, Manor of; Tybesta; ; under jurisdiction of the Earl of Cornwall and his nobles 15
Tybesta, mills of; ; 1334; mentioned in land grant 104
Tybesta; G. with C.; ; site of settlement 1000 years ago 24
Tybesta; Grampound; 1948; photo, council built retirement houses 27
Tyzzer, N.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Tyzzer, Norman and Dorothy; ; ; farmed Tregidgeo 119

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Under Town; Creed; 1881; map of Creed Church Town 105
Unwin, Mr; Grampound; ; photo, with E. C. Moore, last millwright of Grampound 116
Unwin, Mr; Grampound; ; report on the mills of Tybesta 105
Upper Rack Field; G. with C.; ; north east of Town Mills 104
Upper Trevillick; ; ; aka Trevillick, mentioned in deeds 123
uranium mine; ; 1930s; north of Grampound, only uranium mine in Cornwall 25

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Vandry, Mr; Gwinear; 1837; wrestling match at Grampound Fair 83
Varcoe, David; Grampound; 1833; left Grampound, now employed by East India Company 16
Varcoe, Mr; Grampound; ; village mole catcher 24
Veitch, Dr; ; 1769; attended son of Bilkey 21
Ventinwyn; G. with C.; 19th C; mentioned in plan 108
Ventontina; ; 18th C; small piece of land between Barteliver and Trevilvas 131
Vercoe Cottage; G. with C.; ; cottage adjoining Treglines 56
Vercoe House; Grampound; ; contemporary drawing 29
Vercoe, David; ; 1809; request for loan to rent a property 113
Vietch, Olive; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Villa de Grampont; G. with C.; 1600-1700; map, Fal River between Grampound and Golden 12
village scene; G. with C.; ; contemporary illustration 156
Vincent family; Devon; 14th C; family of canons, friars, preachers and clerics 134
Vincent, Arthur; ; 1698; inherited Nantellan when his brother William died 134
Vincent, Capt Walter; Grampound; 1692; died in Palace of Bishop of Exeter, was MP for Grampound 134
Vincent, Capt Walter; Oxford; 1678; matriculated from Exeter College, son of Henry Vincent of Treleaven 134
Vincent, Capt Walter; Penryn; 1687; killed George Killigrew in tavern duel, became MP in 1689 134
Vincent, Henry (junior); ; 1715; Commissioner of Victualling 134
Vincent, Henry; ; 1702; of Treleaven, also interest in Tybesta Meere, Carvour and Trewinnow 134
Vincent, Henry; ; ; son of Walter, succeeded his father as Commissioner of Victualling 134
Vincent, Henry; Mevagissey; ; of Treleaven, obtained interest in Nantellan 134
Vincent, John; ; 1666; gent of Nantellan, dispute over land rights 136
Vincent, John; ; 1678; died, gentleman and eminent attorney of Nantellan 134
Vincent, John; ; ; built farmhouse on ruins of an earlier construction 133
Vincent, Kerry; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Vincent, Michael; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Vincent, Nicholas; ; 1726; died aged 39, brother of Henry Vincent junior 134
Vincent, Walter MP; ; 1669; Baron of the Exchequer under Charles ll, purchased Treleaven 134
Vincent, William; ; 1698; died, son of John Vincent, buried at Creed, inherited Nantellan 134
Vine, Frank; ; c.1930; photo, relative of the Nancor family 58
Vine, Frank; Grampound; ; photo, with water cart at Nancor 120
Vivian, Charles Henry Gerald; Grampound; 1894; one of first Parish Councillors 18
Vivian, John; Tybesta; ; land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Vivian, Revd; Creed; ; Rector of Creed presented clock 17
Vivian, Revd; Grampound; 1894; Chairman of first Parish Council 18
Voliba; ; ; Roman town mentioned by famous geographer Ptolemy 9

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Wade, Keith and Sally; ; ; farmed Tregidgeo, Keith son of Mark and Lillian Wade 119
Wade, Lillian; ; ; her mother born 1897 119
Wade, Mark and Lillian; ; ; farmed Tregidgeo, had son Keith 119
Wadham, John Esq; ; 1552; husband of Jane, daughter and heir of John Tregarthen Esq 136
Wadham, Mrs Jane; ; 1552; wife of John Wadham, daughter and heir of John Tregarthen Esq 136
wage, average; ; 1762; one shilling per hour according to Highway Rate Book 145
Wakefield, Josh; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Walker, P. C.; G. with C.; 1930; found base of old stone cross in hedgebank at Trevillick Hill 9
war service; ; ; photos 98
war service; G. with C.; ; photos 96, 97, 99
war service; Grampound; ; photos 100
Warne family; ; ; bought Penans from the Carlyon family 128
Warne, David; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Warne, Geoffrey; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Warne, Peter; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Warren, Edith; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Warren, Gordon; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
Warren, Jimmy; ; ; photo, worked for Solomon Seeds Horticulture 100
Warren, Laurence; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Warren, Rosie; Grampound; 1905; photo, Headmaster, teachers and pupils 47
Wassail Cup or bowl; Grampound; 1933; 'very ancient bowl fell to pieces' 143
wassailing in Grampound; Grampound; ; verses, three of the fourteen verses of the wassail song 143
water mills; G. with C. 104, 105, 106, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116
water mills; Grampound 107
water mills; Grampound; 1300; three in the area 101
water supply piped; G. with C.; 1885; money raised by public subscription to pipe water 25
Waters, Betty; Grampound; ; photo, school, Silver Jubilee George V and Queen Mary 50
Watts, G.; ; c.1900; photo, with group 147
Way Field; Creed; 17th C; Glebe land 36
Way's Bakery 22
Way, Beverly Ann; ; ; daughter of Frank, provided information 58
Way, Dereck; ; 1958; photo, football team, winners of Hoskin Cup 85
Way, Dereck; G. with C.; 1947; eldest son of Sidney Way, started to work in bakery 57
Way, Derek; ; ; retired from bakery, taken over by his two sons 58
Way, Frank; ; ; retired from bakery 58
Way, Frank; G. with C.; 1946; middle son of Sidney Way, started to work in bakery 57
Way, Mrs Audrey; ; ; mother of Frank, provided information 58
Way, Sidney and Mrs; G. with C.; 1935; from Mevagissey, bought bakehouse 57
Way, Sidney; G. with C.; 1973; died, bakery business taken over by sons Dereck and Frank 57
Way, Sidney; Grampound; 1953; first person in Grampound to have a television 26
Webb, Ann; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Webb, Clifford and Vera; ; ; photo, The Tregony Entertainers 152
Webb, Clifford; ; ; photo, worker at Croggon Tannery 72
Webb, Mrs Vera; Grampound; 1975; assisted Mrs Olive Spry, Postmistress 22
Webb, Wendy; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
weighbridge; G. with C.; 1956; built 34
Well Ope; Grampound; 1825; West Methodist Chapel built 44
Well Ope; Grampound; ; narrow gap between two houses 31
Well Park; G. with C.; 1824; map, Pensigillis Farm and Bailey's Mill 108
Wesley, John; Grampound; 1746; preached in Chestnut Meadow at Grampound 43
Wesleyan Chapel; Grampound; 1895; negotiated for a WC on their premises 25
Weslyan Chapel; G. with C.; c.1930; photo, interior of church now demolished 43
West Methodist Chapel; Grampound; 1825; built in Well Ope 44
West, Colin; Grampound ; c.1960; photo, school group 52
Western National buses; G. with C.; 1957; ran their first bus service through the village 82
Weston, Mrs; ; ; photo, Over Sixties Club 87
White, Harold; Grampound; 1913; photo, school group 49
White, Mrs; G. with C.; ; kept a general store 56
WI or Church group; Grampound; ; photo 142
widows, ancient customs; ; 1730; Thomas Tonkin wrote of the ancient customs relating to widows 141
William the Conqueror; ; 11th C; enforced feudal system, establishment of manors 11
Williams, G.; Grampound ; 1941; photo, Grampound Home Guard 97
Williams, John; ; 1702; paid rent for Barteliver and Carvossa 131
Williams, Madame; ; 1716; paid rent for Barteliver and Carvossa 131
Williams, Michael; Scorrier; 1852; bought abandoned castle at Caerhays 121
Williams, Peter; G. with C.; 1994; organiser of Arts and Crafts exhibition 93
Williams, Richard, gent; Tybesta; ; Swarne Fields land in description of Tybesta manor boundaries 11
Williams, Shane; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Williams, William; ; 1566; tenant at Broughteliver 130
willow beds; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
Willow Garden; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 103
Wills, Stephanie; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Wolridge family; Creed; 1696; appears in Creed records until about 1696 136
Wolridge family; Shropshire; 1554; purchased Garlenick with family members from Suffolk 136
Wolridge family; St Mich. Penkevil; 1603; probably descended from the Wodridge who was Rector in 1603 137
Wolridge family; St Mich. Penkivel; 1600-1635; evidence of family at St Michael Penkivel 136
Wolridge family; Suffolk; 1554; purchased Garlenick with family members from Shropshire 136
Wolridge, George; Plymouth Dock; 1736; mercer, in Garlinneck deed 137
Wolridge, George; Plymouth; 1774; dock mercer, leased Garlenick land 138
Wolridge, John (senior); ; 1702; tenant of Garlenick, bought Nantellan for 1700 136
Wolridge, John Esq; ; 1736; of Garlinneck, deed mentions his wife Mary 136
Wolridge, John S.; Ruan; 1709; baptised, other family baptisms and marriages at Ruan 136
Wolridge, John; ; 1721; copy of letter to Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick 138
Wolridge, John; ; 1721; wrote to a neighbour, Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick 137
Wolridge, John; Devon; 1736; Vicar of Broadhempston, Devon, in Garlinneck deed 136
Wolridge, Mary; ; 1736; of Garlinneck, wife of William Wolridge Esq 136
Wolridge, Mr; ; 1716; sold Nantellan property to Mr Edgecombe 134
Wolridge, Mrs Mary; Grampound; ; widow of John, left property to John Wolridge Bonython 138
Wolridge, Ralph; ; 1666; Carlinneck Wood, dispute over land rights 136
Wolridge, Ralph; Creed; ; baptised 136
Wolridge, Revd John (Junior); HMS 'Dublin'; 1736; Chaplain of HMS 'Dublin' in Garlinneck deed 137
Wolridge, Revd John; Maker; 1774; vicar of Maker, deed for 'the Cooseleys and Garlinneck Woods' 136
Wolridge, William; Creed; ; baptised 136
Wolridges of Garlenick; ; ; related to the Hawkins family 138
Wolvedon family; ; ; 'considerable landowners in the vicinity' 124
Wolvedon papers; Creed; 1576; Tregigiou land mentioned 117
Wolverdon, Robert; Creed; 1499; mentioned in relation to Tregidgeo property 117
Wood, Theresa; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group (Secretary) 53
Woodbine Villa; Grampound 19
Woodlands; Grampound; c.1900; photo, in view of Bermondsey 23
Woodman, James; Grampound; ; family butcher's shop 31
Woodman, James; Grampound; ; owned family butcher's shop 30
Woolcombe, Marianne; Grampound; 1869; wife of Revd Philip Woolcombe 39
Woolcombe, Revd Philip; Grampound; 1869; rebuilt Church of St Nun's 39
Woollcombe, Revd P.; Creed; 1887; Rector, unsuccessfully searched for rings at 'Hale Boate Rock' 144
woollen industry; Leeds; 1803; described as 'centre of the Yorkshire woollen industry' 113
woollen yarn manufactory; G. with C.; 1810 110
Woolridge, John; ; ; bought Nantellan from Henry Vincent 134
workhouse; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102
wrestling; G. with C. 83
Wyatt, Mr; ; c.1935; photo, aged 86 with Donald Goodman aged 6 144

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yarn factory; Grampound; ; John Croggon 1744-1834 was a partner and Mayor 141
Yelland, Chloe; Grampound ; 1998; photo, school group 53
Yelland, Miss; ; ; pupil at Dame School, rode to school on her donkey 47
yeomen farmers and merchants; Cornwall ; aft 1340s; new class emerged 14
Yonder Meadow; Grampound; 1830; sketch map, from map by H. S. St Aubyn 102

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