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Policeman Collection

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Truro City Police, Truro, Cornwall. Probably around 1890

Truro City Police, Truro, Cornwall. Probably around 1890
A group of Truro City Police photographed outside against a backdrop of trees. Truro was granted city status in 1877 at which point the force was renamed from Truro Borough Police to Truro City

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Truro City Police, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1900

Truro City Police, Truro, Cornwall. Around 1900
Group of Truro City Police, under Chief Constable Angel (formerly Superintendent Angel), on the roof of City Hall, Boscawen Street. Bill Odgers, the Town Crier, is standing in the centre

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Truro Borough Police, Truro, Cornwall. 1870

Truro Borough Police, Truro, Cornwall. 1870
From left to right: Sergeant Roberts, Constable Coad (collar number 1), Constable Collet (collar number 4), Constable Scown (collar number 2) and Constable Bettinson

Background imagePoliceman Collection: NFU Farmwatch, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1991

NFU Farmwatch, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1991
Lostwithiel Community PC Martin Bennett helps Bill Clarke of Grey Mare Farm fix signs to his farm buildings at the launch of the Farmwatch scheme

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Charter Day, Fowey, Cornwall. 10 October 1913

Charter Day, Fowey, Cornwall. 10 October 1913
Dignitaries standing on the town hall steps at the Borough celebrations. A bugler is playing on the balcony. The town hall is located next to The King of Prussia Inn

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Beating the Waterbounds at Messack Point, Truro, Cornwall. 1st August 1911

Beating the Waterbounds at Messack Point, Truro, Cornwall. 1st August 1911
Group, including the Mayor and town crier, at Messack Point which is opposite Channels Creek at Trelissick, Feock. Beating the Bounds is an old tradition whereby officials of the parish share their

Background imagePoliceman Collection: City Hall, Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall. 1900

City Hall, Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall. 1900
A group of Truro police under Superintendent Angel, with the town crier, John Odgers, wearing a top hat, on the roof of the City Hall, Boscawen Street. Photographer: Unknown

Background imagePoliceman Collection: Charter Day, Fowey, Cornwall. 10th October 1913

Charter Day, Fowey, Cornwall. 10th October 1913
Dignitaries standing on the town hall steps at the Borough celebrations. The town hall is located next to The King of Prussia Inn


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