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Newlyn St. Peter

Researching Newlyn families. Transcribing.

Parts of the ancient parishes of Madron and Paul were combined in 1848 to create the parish of Newlyn St. Peter.

Diane Donohue

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Online


Online


Online


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1866


1654

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Online

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CornwallOPCs


@CornwallOPCs


diane.donohue@btinternet.co.uk

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2003

Active



Priorities for 2014: Researching Newlyn families.

The Newlyn Archive is a collection of material about Newlyn. The purpose of the archive is to collect, preserve, store and share stories, documents, and pictures relating to the history of Newlyn from distant times until today.

Via other local websites


15 Nov 2013

Yes


Newlyn St. Peter One-Place Study