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Images Dated 11th June 2018

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Henry Martins Home, Woodbury , Woodbury Point, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

Henry Martins Home, Woodbury , Woodbury Point, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s

A front view of Henry Martin's home, "Woodbury" at Woodbury Point on the River Fal. Note this is spelled as "Woodberry" on the original glass plate negative. Henry Martin (18th February 1981-16th October 1812) was an Anglican priest and missionary to the peoples of India and Persia. Born in Truro, Cornwall, he was educated at Truro Grammar School and St John's College, Cambridge. He became a chaplain for the British East India Company. He translated the whole of the New Testament into Urdu, Persian and Judaeo-Persic. He also translated the Psalms into Persian and the Book of Common Prayer into Urdu. Photographer: Arthur Philp

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Crowd watching a parade in Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall. Possibly 27th May 1913 Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

Crowd watching a parade in Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall. Possibly 27th May 1913

A view of the crowds watching a parade in Boscawen Street which is possibly decorated for the Bath and West Show on 27th May 1913. H. Andrews & Company clothing store can be seen on the left, next to the Red Lion Hotel. Signage on the store fronts of the West Briton Office, Heard & Sons, Cornwall Organ Factory and N. Gill & Son. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

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The cove and Rumps Point, Port Quin, St Endellion, Cornwall. 1906 Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

The cove and Rumps Point, Port Quin, St Endellion, Cornwall. 1906

View of the cove at Port Quin and Doyden castle with the Rumps in the distance. Doyden Castle looks more like a castellated folly than a proper castle. It overlooks Lundy bay and was built in 1830 by Samuel Symons as a place to entertain his friends. The Rumps is a twin-headland promontory at the north-east corner of Pentire Head in north Cornwall. Port Quin was once a busy fishing port and is said to have been mostly abandoned after all of the fishermen from the village were lost during a storm in the 19th century. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

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