Chesten Marchant

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Chesten Marchant or Cheston Marchant, who died in 1676 at Gwithian, Cornwall,[1] is believed to have been the last monoglot Cornish speaker, as opposed to other speakers such as Dolly Pentreath who could also speak English.

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  1. ^ "Gwithian Village, Cornwall". cornwallinfocus.co.uk. Retrieved 12 November 2010.