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The following study has been registered and is also on the Worldwide One-Place Study Register:


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Madron

Madron is an ancient Cornish parish, located in the Hundred of Penwith, just northwest of Penzance.

In 1801, the population stood at 1,564. By 1851, it was 2,539 and currently it is just over 4,000.

Geographically, the parish is divided into two parts. Until 1835, the larger contained the mother church of Penzance.






Gwen Attridge

2,647


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CornwallOPCs


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2011

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03 Mar 2014

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Madron One-Place Study