Hendra, Cornwall

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Hendra, Camelford
A Cornish hedge at Trehane Farm; the nearer farm is Hendra, in SX1388
Hendra Downs, Bolventor

Hendra is the name of seven hamlets in Cornwall, England, UK.

Hendra derives from the Cornish "Hendre", meaning "home farm". There are also places in Ladock, St Ives, St Just, St Teath and Sancreed called Hendra.[8]

The Cornish historian Charles Henderson adopted the bardic name of Map Hendra.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hendra; Explore Britain
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  3. ^ Hendra; Explore Britain
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  6. ^ Hendra; Explore Britain
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  8. ^ Weatherhill, Craig (2009) A Concise Dictionary of Cornish Place-names. Westport, Co. Mayo: Evertype; p. 41

External links[edit]

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