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Modern Parishes of Cornwall

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The names shown on the map are those of the ancient parishes of Cornwall. Modern parishes (indicated by dotted lines and parish number) are listed below. The dates are those of the earliest registers.

Grid Ref Parish Date
9 Baldhu 1847
14 Bolventor 1849
21 Bude Haven 1836
29 Carnmenellis 1846
30 Chacewater 1826
31 Charlestown 1847
47 St. Day 1833
49 Devoran 1873
54 St. Elwyn (Hayle) 1888
73 Godolphin 1848
82 Halsetown 1848
85 Herodsfoot 1851
86 Hessenford 1834
112 Lannarth (Lanner) 1845
127 Looe 1709
136 Marazion 1813
149 St. Michael's Mount 1859
152 Millbrook 1867
155 Mithian 1848
159 Mount Hawke 1847
164 Newlyn St. Peter 1851
165 Newquay 1882
171 Par 1849
174 Pencoys 1881
175 Pendeen 1849
176 Penponds 1854
178 Penwerris 1848
190 Port Isaac 1913
191 Porthleven 1846
202 Flushing 1844
203 Saltash 1697
222 Carbis Bay 1934
223 Tideford 1845
225 Torpoint 1819
228 Treleigh 1871
231 Treslothan 1845
234 Treverbyn 1850
240 Tuckingmill 1845
256 Redruth St. Andrew 1884
257 Falmouth All Saints 1889

On the Map:
P
indicates Penzance, comprising the modern parishes of Penzance St. Mary (1789), Penzance St. Paul (1867) and Penzance St. John (1881).
T indicates Truro, comprising the ancient parish of Truro St. Mary, and the modern parishes of Truro St. George (1847), Truro St. John (1852) and Truro St. Paul (1865).

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