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Perranuthnoe

The parish of Perranutnoe was originally called Perran Uthno, or Little Perran, and is surrounded by the parish of St. Hilary on all sides but the south, which is bordered by the sea and Mount's Bay. Names associated with the parish are Trevelyan, Praed, and even Stackhouse - whose family most likely originated in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Mr. Stackhouse built Acton Castle for his wife in 1775; it has since served as a manor for various families.

Goldsithney, "a large and respectable village", contains both Wesleyan Methodist and Association of Methodists chapels. Another village is named Trevean, and, of course, there is the Churchtown. The Kennal Powder Works was a major employer at one time.







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