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Genealogical records for the Parish of Mylor, including births, banns, marriages, burials and census records.

Mylor is a maritime parish approximately 5 miles north of Falmouth and is bounded on three sides by water.

In the 5th century a religious site was founded at the head of the creek where the church of St. Mylor now stands. The church was largely reconstructed in the 19th century but there are some parts remaining that date back to Norman times.

Phil Rodda








17 Nov 2013


The main industries of the Parish were maritime and agriculture related and Mylor grew significantly in 19th century when a small Royal Navy Dockyard was opened.

The Parish of Mylor contained the village of Flushing until 1844 when the Parish of Flushing was created from part of Mylor.

Mylor One-Place Study