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St Keynes well, Cornwall. Early 1900s
The well, much overgrown, with a cottage on the right hand side. St Keyne was a holy woman from Wales who lived as a hermit in Cornwall in the 5th century. The church and well are named after her. According to legend, whichever partner drinks from the will first will have the upper hand in marriage. There is a poem by Richard Southey " The well of St Keyne". Photographer: Unknown
TRURI : KEYgv.2
Media ID 15238860
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