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|This is an archive of WikiProject Cornwall's New Articles.|
- 1 2010
- 2 2009
- 3 2008
- 4 2007
- 5 2006
- Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell, antiquary and traveller
- Fowey Consols mine
- Toldish Tunnel
- Category:Archdeacons of Cornwall
- List of Archdeacons of Cornwall
- NCB Radio
- Sennen Cove Lifeboat Station
- Vic Roberts, rugby player for Penryn, Harlequins, Swansea, and England, the British Lions and the Barbarians
- Category:Cornish-language activists
- Gary Thomas (cricketer)
- Godfrey Furse, cricketer
- Falmouth Lifeboat Station
- St Anthony's Church, Roseland
- Treen, Cornwall is now a disambiguation page
- Wenfordbridge, a hamlet near Wadebridge
- Polmear, Cornwall, a hamlet in Fowey civil parish
- Old Cornish units of measurement
- Category:Sports venues in Cornwall
- Mennaye Field, rugby ground in Penzance-Newlyn
- Margaret Steuart Pollard, bard, poet, church-builder
- John Bettesworth-Trevanion, High Sheriff of Cornwall; MP for Penryn
- Alexander Pendarves, MP for Penryn, Saltash, Helston, and Launceston
- Thomas Tregosse, Puritan minister from St Ives
- Church of Saint Laud, parish church of Mabe
- Caerhays Castle, semi-castellated manor house located south of St Michael Caerhays
- Harry Cann, footballer
- Catherine Payton Phillips, Quaker preacher
- Come-to-Good a hamlet
- Friends Meeting House, Come-To-Good a Quaker meeting house in above hamlet
- Zennor Head Redirect page to Zennor
- Abbey of St Mary and St Petroc, in Bodmin
- Convent of the Epiphany (very little info)
- Boardmasters Festival, annual festival in Newquay
- Roskear, cricket ground in Camborne
- Boscawen Park, cricket ground in Truro
- Maypole, Isles of Scilly hamlet on St Mary's
- Old Town, Isles of Scilly village on St Mary's
- Cornish cuisine, article split from Cuisine of Devon and Cornwall (now a disambiguation page)
- Darleyford, a hamlet near Linkinhorne
- Wheal Eliza cricket ground at St Austell
- Brea Hill redirect to Brea Hill, Trebetherick
- Brea Hill, Trebetherick
- Porthilly Cove redirect to Porthilly
- Treclago redirect to Advent, Cornwall
- Carnon viaduct
- North Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery, in Camelford
- Point, Cornwall; Trolver; Penpol Creek; three redirect pages to Chycoose
- Chycoose (includes Penpol, Point and Trolver)
- Penpol disambiguation page
- Mylor Creek
- Restronguet Passage
- Porthgwidden disambiguation page
- Harcourt, Cornwall a redirect page to Restronguet Point
- Restronguet Point
- Mylor Harbour a redirect page to Mylor Churchtown
- Restronguet Creek
- Restronguet disambiguation page
- Balwest re-established article to replace redirect
- List of civil parishes in Cornwall New content (original title)
- List of civil parishes in Cornwall (pre-2009) Content from previous List of civil parishes in Cornwall
- Joan Rendell MBE, Cornish historian and writer
- St Austell parishes
- Grampound with Creed new article replaces redirect to Grampound
- 2010 United Kingdom general election result in Cornwall
- List of Old Truronians
- Penberth Cove a redirect page to Penberth
- Dunheved Bridge a redirect page to Dunheved_Bridge#Geography
- List of former administrative divisions in Cornwall
- David Tyacke, last CO of the DCLI, GOC Singapore District, native of Breage
- Notter Bridge a redirect page to Notter, Cornwall
- Otterham Down a redirect page to Otterham
- Otterham Mill a redirect page to Otterham
- Category:Copper mines in Cornwall
- Carlyon Article on the new civil parish
- Pentewan Valley Article on the new civil parish
- St Austell Bay Article on the new civil parish
- St Dominic, Cornwall Expanded article replaces St Dominick to reflect official spelling
- Caerhays Castle Redirect to St Michael Caerhays
- Source fm, a community radio station in Falmouth and Penryn
- Angarrack viaduct
- The Lizard lifeboat station
- Castle Gate, Cornwall
- Chynoweth, Cornwall a redirect page to St Hilary, Cornwall
- Clear-flow, waste management company based in Bissoe Now deleted
- Comfort, Cornwall a redirect page to Constantine, Kerrier
- Corgee, Cornwall
- Crean, Cornwall
- Gluvian new article replaces redirect
- Devoran new article replaces redirect
- Goon Gumpas new article replaces redirect
- Canworthy Water new article replaces redirect
- Charaton Cross redirects to Pensilva
- Gwinear, Cornwall
- Towanroath redirects to Wheal Coates
- Helstone new article replaces redirect
- Higher Crackington redirects to Crackington Haven
- Middle Crackington redirects to Crackington Haven
- Tregirls (includes Tregirls beach)
- Tregirls beach redirect to Tregirls
- River Ottery
- De Lank River
- Lank, Cornwall
- Higher Lank redirect to Lank, Cornwall
- Lower Lank redirect to Lank, Cornwall
- Lantyan article replaces redirect
- Two Bridges, Cornwall
- Lizard (village)
- Luckett, Cornwall
- Ben Asdale shipwreck article; material moved from Maenporth
- Malpas, Cornwall new article replaces redirect
- Metherell, Cornwall
- Cornish Democrats, political party
- Mithian new article replaces redirect
- Colliford Lake
- Angarrick new article replaces redirect
- Mylor Churchtown
- Nanstallon United Youth Football Club material transferred from Nanstallon article
- New Mills, Cornwall
- Fisherman's Friends, Port Isaac choral group
- Battle of Hehil
- List of museums in Cornwall
- Frogmore, Cornwall, redirect page to expanded Bodrean article
- Bugle, Cornwall, the village in Clay Country
- Scillonian (1955), the ship
- Category:Council elections in Cornwall
- Seven Bays unreferenced unpatrolled page about north Cornwall (needs attention)
- Robert Dunkin of Penzance, mentor of the young Humphry Davy
- Dunmere, Cornwall, hamlet
- Trelights, hamlet
- The Cribbar, "Big wave" reef in Newquay
- Newquay Surfing Reef, Artificial reef for Newquay
- Wildworks Cornish theatre company.
- Royal charters applying to Cornwall - public domain text of medieval royal charters
- Lux Park Liskeard sports centre
- Alan M. Kent Cornish Writer
- Two Castles Trail, a trail from Launceston Castle to Okehampton Castle
- Hevva, Cornish music and dance group
- London Cornish RFC
- Truro and St Austell (UK Parliament constituency)
- John Arundell (born 1576), of Trerice. Cornish MP and Governor of Pendennis Castle in the English Civil Wars.
- Joseph Hocking, novelist and brother of Silas Hocking
- Cornish American, Americans with Cornish ancestry
- Thomas Bond (topographer), topographical writer from Looe
- Gribben Head, near Fowey
- James Jago FRS, President of the Royal Institution of Cornwall
- Samuel Stephens (senior), MP for St Ives in the 18th Century
- Samuel Stephens (junior), son of the above and also MP for St Ives
- Falmouth Art Gallery
- John Dyer (painter)
- Camborne Science and Community College
- Alison Treganning Existing page but entirely new article
- Alfred C. Crowle, Cornish Miner who went on to manage Mexico national football team
- Jack Trelawny, author of the Kernowland children's books
- Minions, Cornwall
- Chiverton Cross
- Carland Cross
- Summercourt fair Existing page but entirely new article
- Blunts, Cornwall
- Blue Anchor, Cornwall
- Black Rock, Cornwall
- Bishop's Quay
- Black Cross, Cornwall
- Bilberry, Cornwall
- Bethel, Cornwall
- Bathpool, Cornwall
- St Martin-by-Looe civil parish
- Category:Civil parishes in Kerrier
- St John, Cornwall civil parish
- Sheviock civil parish
- Morval, Cornwall civil parish
- Lanteglos-by-Fowey civil parish
- Landrake with St Erney civil parish
- Lanteglos, a disambiguation page
- Lansallos civil parish
- Warleggan civil parish
- Landulph civil parish
- Dobwalls and Trewidland civil parish
- Deviock civil parish
- Hawker's Cove, Cornwall
- Slaughterbridge inc Tregue and Camelford Station
- Trewen civil parish
- Tresmeer civil parish
- Treneglos civil parish
- Tremaine, Cornwall civil parish
- St Thomas the Apostle Rural civil parish
- South Petherwin
- St Stephen-by-Launceston civil parish
- Lesnewth (hundred)
- St Stephens, Cornwall, a disambiguation page.
- St Blazey Gate
- North Tamerton
- Raymond Ray-Jones, St Ives artist
- William Clift, naturalist and Fellow of the Royal Society
- Menabilly Home of Rashleigh family; inspired Daphne du Maurier
- Crugmeer village near Padstow
- Stephen Menheniott, learning-disabled murder victim
- Camelford water pollution incident
- Lowermoor Water Treatment Works
- Lowermoor Incident Group
- Crowdy Reservoir
- Forrabury and Minster
- St Breock (parish)
- Barcelona, Cornwall
- Kennards House
- Banns, Cornwall
- Ball, Cornwall
- Bake, Cornwall
- Four Lanes
- St Mabyn Parish Church
- Temple, Cornwall
- Twelveheads Press
- All Saints' Church, Bryher
- St Carantoc's Church, Crantock
- Church of King Charles the Martyr, Falmouth
- All Saints' Church, Falmouth
- St. Sampson church, Golant
- St. Grada & Holy Cross Church, Grade
- St. Wynwallow's Church, Landewednack
- St. Uny's Church, Lelant
- St Bartholomew's Church, Lostwithiel
- St. Bridget's Church, Morvah
- Church of St Morwenna and St John the Baptist, Morwenstow
- Paul Parish Church
- St Columb Minor Church
- St Piran's Chapel
- St. Agnes' Church, St. Agnes
- St. Just in Penwith Parish Church
- St. Levan's Church, St. Levan
- St. Martin's Church, St. Martin's
- St. Mary's Church, St. Mary's
- St. Mary's Old Church, St. Mary's
- St Enodoc's Church, Trebetherick
- St. Nicholas' Church, Tresco
- List of windmills in Cornwall
- Trevose Head
- St Ives Bay
- Trevose Head
- Red River, Cornwall
- Watson-Marlow Pumps. a company based in Falmouth.
- St Austell Gulls speedway team.
- St. Sampson church, Golant
- List of railway stations in Cornwall
- L.C.R. Duncombe-Jewell Founder of the Cornish Celtic society.
- Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert, Bodmin-born soldier.
- List of Grade I listed buildings in Cornwall
- Category:Elections in Cornwall
- Black Tor Ferry, from Padstow to Rock.
- A Seaside Parish, a documentary about the vicar of Boscastle.
- South Hill, Cornwall, a village and civil parish in Caradon.
- Sir John Call, 1st Baronet. MP for Callington, and High Sheriff of Cornwall.
- Whiteford House, near Stoke Climsland.
- Edward Hearle Rodd, ornithologist.
- Edwin Dunkin, FRS, Deputy Astronomer Royal.
- Category:Cornish mineralogists
- Standard Written Form
- Category:Cornwall templates
- Dehwelans Kernow, a Cornish festival.
- Template:SSSIs Cornwall, for use on articles about Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
- North Cornwall by-election, 1932
- Category:Comprehensive schools in Cornwall.
- List of Cornish dialect words
- Category:Nature reserves of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust
- North Cornwall by-election, 1939
- Redlake Cottage Meadows, a nature reserve near Lostwithiel.
- Churchtown Farm, a nature reserve near Saltash.
- Marsland Valley, an SSSI in Cornwall.
- Sylvia's Meadow, a Site of Special Scientific Interest near Gunnislake.
- Bodmin manumissions, a ninth-century manuscript.
- Beunans Meriasek, a life of the patron saint of Camborne.
- Ordinalia. Cornish mystery plays.
- Fred W.P. Jago, scholar of the Cornish language.
- River Menalhyl
- Category:Ruins in Cornwall
- Sticker, Cornwall
- Golant, a village on the Fowey.
- St Ives School, a group of artists in St Ives.
- Camborne Grammar School, a former school in Camborne.
- Roger Hosen, Cornwall and England rugby player, and Captain of Cornwall in cricket.
- King Arthur's Hall, a prehistoric site on Bodmin Moor.
- Richard Nanckivell Rugby player
- Bodmin College, a school in Bodmin.
- Redruth Grammar School, a former school in Redruth.
- Cornwall County Council
- Victorella pavida, a bryozoan which is found in Swanpool and nowhere else in the United Kingdom.
- Cornish conspiracy theory, an alleged conspiracy against Cornish identity.
- Category:Battles involving the Cornish
- SS Mohegan, wrecked on The Manacles in 1898.
- Lanner and District Silver Band
- Category:University College Falmouth, with sub-categories for alumni and others associated with the college.
- Charles Chorley, journalist and man of letters.
- Mining Exchange, a building in Redruth.
- Gwilt Jolley (1859-1916), an English painter, who worked at St. Ives.
- Edward Budge, writer on the geology of the Lizard.
- William Jordan author of the Cornish language play The Creacion of the World.
- Battle of Stratton, a battle of the English Civil War.
- Kernowek Standard, a new written form of the Cornish language.
- Come, all ye jolly Tinner boys Patriotic Cornish song, possible inspiration for Hawker's The Song of the Western Men.
- Battle of Braddock Down, in the First English Civil War.
- Category:Members of Parliament for constituencies in Cornwall
- Category:Water transport in Cornwall
- Category:Cornish musical instruments
- Holman Bros Ltd, the famous engineering firm
- Andrew Passmore, material scientist.
- Penryn College, a school in Cornwall.
- Kescusulyans Kernow (Conference of Cornwall), a Cornish think tank.
- David Treffry, colonial servant, international financier and High Sheriff of Cornwall.
- Richard Parkyn, Cornish wrestler.
- St Cleer, a village in Caradon.
- Great Cornish families.
- Edwin Jaggard, historian of the politics of Cornwall, UK in the 19th century.
- Edward Brydges Willyams (1836-1916), MP
- Tregatillian, a hamlet near St Columb Major.
- Cape Cornwall Secondary School.
- Gerry Cawley, Cornish wrestling champion.
- Camborne Hill, the famous Cornish folk song.
- Nine Maidens stone row, a prehistoric monument near St Columb Major.
- Rough Tor, a Cornish hill.
- Week St Mary, a village and civil parish in North Cornwall.
- Porth Reservoir, near Colan.
- Garry Tregidga, an academic at the Institute of Cornish Studies.
- Michael Williams (1784-1858), MP for West Cornwall and owner of Caerhays Castle.
- Edward William Wynne Pendarves (1775 – 1853), MP for West Cornwall.
- John Hearle Tremayne (1780 - 1851) was Tory MP for Cornwall for 20 years.
- Arthur Tremayne (1827 - 1905), Crimean War soldier and Cornish MP, son of J.H. Tremayne.
- Francis Gregor (MP) (1760 - 1815 ), MP for the County of Cornwall.
- Sir William Molesworth, 6th Baronet (1758 - 1798), MP for Cornwall 1784 until 1790.
- Heligan estate, home of the Tremaynes and the "Lost garden".
- Richard Davey (MP) (1799–1884), of Bochym in Cury. MP for West Cornwall for 11 years.
- Duporth Holiday Village
- Bal Maiden, a woman or girl working at a mine.
- Cornish Institute of Engineers
- Ivan Rabey, Cornish historian
- River Tiddy
- John Arthur Phillips, geologist, metallurgist and mining engineer, of Polgooth.
- Robert Barclay Fox (1873-1934), Falmouth businessman and Cornish politician.
- Charles Foster Barham, physician, Truro mayor, and President of the RIC.
- Edward Smirke, lawyer and antiquary.
- Rescorla, Cornwall, a village in the heart of Clay Country.
- Pillaton, a vilage and civil parish.
- Humphry Davy School
- Trerulefoot, a village.
- Falmouth Quay Punt
- Flora and fauna of Cornwall
- Transport in Cornwall
- List of foreign-language names for Cornwall
- Thomas Brown Jordan, engineer, of Falmouth, worked with Robert Were Fox the Younger
- Second Cornish Uprising of 1497
- William Oliver (physician), FRS, friend of Ralph Allen and William Borlase, and inventor of the Bath Oliver biscuit.
- Tim Saunders, poet.
- E.G. Retallack Hooper, writer and Grand Bard of Gorseth Kernow.
- Richard Jenkin, Grand Bard and a founder of Mebyon Kernow.
- Cornish and Breton twin towns
- John Ralfs, botanist, of Penzance.
- Arthurite, a mineral discovered at Hingston Down.
- Russellite, a mineral with its type locality in Cornwall.
- Jonathan Couch, of Polperro, naturalist and doctor.
- John Rogers (divine), clergyman and writer on religion, geology and botany.
- John Hawkins (geologist), geologist and traveller.
- Maker-with-Rame, a civil parish in Caradon.
- Philip Rashleigh, mineralogist & MP.
- Howard Fox (1836 - 1922), businessman, natural historian, geologist, of Falmouth.
- Skinner's Bottom. a village.
- Saltash Tunnel - started as a stub.
- Richard Quiller Couch, naturalist.
- Walter Hawken Tregellas, writer, born in Truro.
- Geography of Cornwall - started as a stub.
- Richard Edmonds (scientist), geologist, born and lived in Penzance.
- Matthew Paul Moyle, meteorologist and writer on mining, lived in Helston.
- Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne, geologist and philanthropist, born in Phillack.
- Cornish currency, issued by the Revived Stannary Parliament.
- Richard Gurney, claimed to be MP for Tregony, and father of Archer Thompson Gurney.
- Archer Thompson Gurney, clergyman, hymn-writer and poet, born in Tregony.
- Joseph Henry Collins, mining engineer, geologist, and President of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society and Royal Institution of Cornwall.
- Mark Guy Pearse, Camborne-born clergyman and writer.
- Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, founded in 1814 for the study of the Geology of Cornwall.
- Anna Maria Fox (1816 – 1897) was promoter of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society and the artistic and cultural development of Falmouth in Cornwall, UK.
- Sir Charles Graves-Sawle, 2nd Baronet, Member of Parliament.
- Downderry, a village in south-east Cornwall.
- Category:Cornish novelists
- John Trevanion, Royalist
- Ambrose Manaton, Royalist MP
- Cornwall in the English Civil War
- Lusty Glaze famous beach.
- Timeline of Cornish history
- John Boson (writer) - writer in the Cornish language
- Nicholas Boson - writer in Cornish
- Thomas Boson - writer in Cornish
- Post Office Packet Service, Falmouth was a station, serving the Americas and southern Europe.
- Gus Honeybun famous television rabbit, part of Flambards at Helston.
- John Carne, author and traveller.
- Joseph Carne, geologist and industrialist.
- William Hals, historian.
- Susan Elizabeth Gay, chronicler of Old Falmouth
- Miss Susan Gay's Falmouth chronology
- Philip Melvill, nineteenth century philanthropist of Falmouth, Cornwall
- Cumpas Ltd. is an organisation for promoting Cornish music and dance.
- National Maritime Museum Cornwall, in Falmouth.
- Rooz, album by Dalla.
- Nanstallon, a village in North Cornwall.
- Sladesbridge, a village near Wadebridge.
- Oliver Padel, an authority on the origin and meaning of place-names.
- Bernard Deacon, multidisciplinary academic, based at the Institute of Cornish Studies.
- Churchtown is the settlement in a parish where the church stands.
- Hilary Coleman is a Cornish musician, song-writer and promoter of Cornish culture.
- Fore Street: a name often used for the main street of a town. There are over seventy "Fore Streets" in Cornwall and about twenty-five in Devon.
- Myrna Combellack, academic researcher and writer of the Institute of Cornish Studies, translator of Beunans Meriasek.
- Henry Rolle, MP for Callington and then Truro.
- The Fox family of Falmouth, influential in the development of the town of Falmouth in the 19th Century and the Cornish Industrial Revolution
- List of Cornish flags --MacRusgail 12:46, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
- Stranger (magazine) - a bi-monthly creative lifestyle magazine based in Falmouth, Cornwall, England that focuses on the alternative, creative, non-metrocentric side of British culture. -- Jreferee (Talk) 07:17, 19 July 2007 (UTC)
- St Endellion,a civil parish in North Cornwall.
- Cornish hedge, iconic landscape feature.
- The Cornish Studies Centre (Cornish: Kresenn Kernow) , is in a building called The Cornwall Centre, which it shares with a Tourist Information Centre.
- Joseph Antonio Emidy was a slave in early life, but later became a famous and celebrated violinist and composer.
- Tregellas a tapestry created by a Bard of the Cornish Gorseth
- Cornish Riviera Express - a Great Western Railway express train from London to Penzance, first introduced in 1904. Geof Sheppard 13:37, 14 February 2007 (UTC)
- Benjamin Carvosso, Methodist missionary.
- William Carvosso, Methodist missionary.
- Philip Payton, Director of the Institute of Cornish Studies.
- Egloskerry, a village in Cornwall
- St Piran's Day - Thought this needed its own article and more in depth look at the celebration now rather than the life of the Saint - Please help me by expanding it!! Reedgunner 09:55, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
- The Institute of Cornish Studies started in 1970/71 as a research centre.
- Carn Brea -- Neolithic remains between Redruth and Camborne
- Mary Ann Gilbert (c.1776 – April 26, 1845): Agronomist, wife of Davies Gilbert. She was loosely connected with Cornwall. He and their son, John Davies Gilbert of Trelissick were strongly connected.
- Alice Hext (1865 - 1939) of Trebah, philanthropist, garden developer and magistrate.