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Images Dated 2019 March

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Choose from 127 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 March collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured March Image

St Kea All Hallows Church bells, Kea, Cornwall. Probably 1904

The eight bells from St Kea All Hallows Church, presumably before their installation in the new church which was consecrated in 1896. Workers from the Killiow Estate are standing behind the bells together with Mr J.C. Daubuz (Squire of Killiow Estate and owner of Daubuz tin smelting works) on the far right. The young boy's surname is Chegwidden and he was in the photograph to represent his older brother, Ernest, who had emigrated to America. Each bell bears a Latin inscription and dedication. Bells, from left to right: dedicated in memory of M.W.Coode Sept 4 1894, F.A.Coode Jan 10 1902; original bell, Royal Arms of the 15th century, brought from Old Kea Church in 1803, dedicated to R.C. Cardew, Vicar, 1898, J.C. Daubuz, Warden, 1888 and W.L Hearle, Warden, 1885; dedicated in memory of Nicholas Michell, April 10 1889; original bell, Royal Arms of the 15th century, brought from Old Kea Church in 1803; dedicated to H. Kerby, Clerk, R. Michell, Sexton, J. Sandercock, their deputy, 1886; brought from Old Kea Church in 1803, recast in 1904; dedicated to E.F.A. Daubuz, Organist, 1886, John Thomas, Choirman, 1886 and E. Chegwidden, Choirman, 1886; brought from Old Kea Church in 1803, recast in 1904. Photographer: Unknown

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Featured March Image

Fore Street looking east, St Austell, Cornwall. 1900s

A view along Fore Street, with the tower of Holy Trinity Church in the background. At least three shops are displaying clothing in their windows. Four young men stop to pose for the photograph, while further down the street four men stand in a group talking. Two women look in a shop window on the opposite side of the street. Photographer: Unknown

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Featured March Image

King Street, Truro, Cornwall. About 1910

East side of the street showing Slater family grocers at 1 King Street, G.H. Philp (paper hangings, picture frame maker, mount cutter, sign writer, banner painter, stationer, fancy goods, pictorial post card publisher and agent) at 2 King Street, Eastmans Limited (butchers) at 3 King Street, J Osborne (tailor and hatter) at 4 King Street. A large crowd of smartly dressed women and children have gathered for the photograph. In 2019 the premises were occupied by Pandora, L'Occitane and Carphone Warehouse. Photographer: Arthur Philp

© From the collection of the RIC