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St. Erme

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The parish is four miles north of Truro, sandwiched between the parishes of St Allen and Ladock. The main village is St Erme with Trispen, which is actually composed of two neigbouring villages, St Erme and Trispen. At one time St Erme had the church, school and village hall while Trispen had the pub, post office, and chapel. Agriculture no longer provides the main employment and the area has become a dormitory area for Truro. St Erme's last census in 2001, recorded a population of 1215.

I am gradually working on a parish reconstruction project linking the families of the parish together.

Gill Hart

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2006

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18 Nov 2013

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St. Erme One-Place Study