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Cornwall OPC

Cornwall

Drift, Sellen, Brahan, Newbridge

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Sancreed

Sancreed is a parish in the hundred of Penwith, about 4 miles from Penzance. It had both a Wesleyan chapel as well as the Church of England's St. Sancredus - pictured above.

Principal villages are the Churchtown, Drift, Sellen, Brahan, and Newbridge.

In 1801, the population was 782; it rose to 1,382 in 1851, and currently there are about 600 persons living in the parish. Wholly situated on granite, with a light loam covering, it is mainly a farming area today.






Gwen Attridge

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03 Mar 2014

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