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Encyclopedia > List of places in Cornwall

This is a list of all the towns and villages in the county of Cornwall, United Kingdom. This also includes places in the Isles of Scilly. See the list of places in England for places in other counties. Main street in Bastrop, Texas, a small town A town is a residential community of people ranging from a few hundred to several thousands, although it may be applied loosely even to huge metropolitan areas. ... A village is a human settlement commonly found in rural areas. ... Originally, in continental Europe, a county was the land under the jurisdiction of a count. ... Motto: Onen hag oll (Cornish: One and all) Geography Status Ceremonial and (smaller) Non-metropolitan county Region South West England Population - Total (2004 est. ... Tresco, the second largest Island of Scillonia The Isles of Scilly (Cornish: Ynysek Syllan) form an archipelago of islands off the Cornish coast. ... List of cities in the United Kingdom List of towns in England Lists of places within counties List of places in Bedfordshire List of places in Berkshire List of places in Buckinghamshire List of places in Cambridgeshire List of places in Cheshire List of places in Cleveland List of places...

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Addington, Albaston, Allet, Altarnun, Amalebra, Amalveor, Anderton, Amgarrack, Angarrick, Antony, Antony Passage, Ashton Altarnun is a village and civil parish in the North Cornwall district of Cornwall, England. ... Antony is a village and civil parish in the Caradon district of Cornwall, England, on the Rame Peninsula about three miles west of Torpoint. ...


Badgall, Badharlick, Bake, Bakesdown, Baldhu, Ball, Balwest, Bangors, Banns, Barcelona, Bareppa, Barkla Shop, Barripper, Bathpool, Beacon, Bealbury, Bealsmill, Beeny, Belowda, Bennacott, Berepper, Berriowbridge, Bethany, Bethel, Bilberry, Billacott, Biscovey, Bishop's Quay, Bissoe, Bissom, Black Cross, Black Rock, Blackwater, Blisland, Blowinghouse, Blue Anchor, Blunts, Bocaddon, Bodanna, Bodannon, Bodbrane, Bodella, Bodellick, Bodelva, Boderwennack, Bodgate, Bodieve, Bodiggo, Bodilly, Bodiniel, Bodinnick, Bodmin, Bodrane, Bodrean, Bodrifty, Bodrigan, Boduel, Bodulgate, Bodwannick, Bodway, Bodwen, Bofarnel, Bohago, Bohetherick, Bohortha, Bojewyan, Bokiddick, Boleigh, Bolenowe, Bolingey, Bolitho, Bolventor, Boquio, Boscadjack, Boscastle, Boscean, Boscoppa, Boscreege, Boskednan, Boskenna, Bosleake, Boslowick, Boslymon, Bosoughan, Bosporthennis, Bossiney, Boswednack, Boswin, Boswinger, Boswyn, Botallack, Botternell, Bottoms, Botusfleming, Bowithick, Bowling Green, Box's Shop, Boyton, Braddock, Bradford, Brane, Bray Shop, Brazacott, Brea, Breage, Brent, Bridge, Bridgend, Bridges, Bridgetown, Brighton, Brill, Broad Lane, Broadlane, Brocton, Brooks, Brunnion, Bude, Budge's Shop, Budock Water, Bugle, Burgois, Burlawn, Burlorne Pillow, Burlorne Tregoose, Burn, Burncoose, Burniere, Burnthouse, Burras, Burraton, Burraton Coombe, Buryas Bridge, Bush, Busveal, Butteris Gate, Buttsbear Cross St Blazey is a town in Cornwall. ... Blisland is a village and civil parish in the North Cornwall district of Cornwall, in the United Kingdom, about five miles north of Bodmin. ... Map sources for Bodmin at grid reference SX074667 The town of Bodmin lies in the centre of Cornwall, in the United Kingdom, along the western edge of Bodmin Moor. ... Bolventor is a small village, which lies in the heart of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England. ... Location within the British Isles Boscastle (Cornish: Kastell Boterel) is a small town on the north coast of Cornwall, in the extreme southwest of Britain. ... Bossiney is a village in northern Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Botallack is an ex tin mining village in Cornwall near the Lands End. ... Botusfleming is a village and civil parish in the Caradon district of Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Bowithick is a tiny hamlet in Cornwall on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor. ... Boyton is a village and civil parish in the North Cornwall district of Cornwall, United Kingdom, situated close to the River Tamar and the border with Devon. ... Braddock is a village and (by the name of Broadoak) a civil parish in the Caradon district of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. ... Location within the British Isles Bude (Cornish: Bud) is a small resort town and watering-place in Cornwall on the north coast at the mouth of the river Neet. ... Budock Water is a small village just inland from Falmouth, Cornwall, England. ...


Cadgwith, Calenick, Callestick, Callington, Calloose, Calstock, Calvadnack, Camborne, Cambrose, Camelford, Cannalidgey, Canonstown, Canworthy Water, Caradon Town, Carbis, Carbis Bay, Carclaze, Carclew, Cardinham, Carey Park, Carfury, Cargreen, Carharrack, Carkeel, Carleen, Carlidnack, Carloggas, Carludon, Carlyon Bay, Carminow Cross, Carn Arthen, Carn Brea Village, Carn Towan, Carne, Carnebone, Carnhell Green, Carnhot, Carnkie, Carnkief, Carnon Downs, Carnsmerry, Carnyorth, Caroe, Carpalla, Carthamartha, Carthew, Carwynnen, Carzise, Castallack, Castle Gate, Catchall, Cawsand, Chacewater, Chapel, Chapel Amble, Chapel Town, Charaton, Charlestown, Chenhalls, Chilsworthy, Church Coombe, Church Cove, Church Town, Churchbridge, Churchtown, Chyandour, Chyanvounder, Chycoose, Chynhale, Chynoweth, Chyvarloe, Clapper, Clerkenwater, Clowance Wood, Clubworthy, Coad's Green, Cocks, Cockwells, Colan, Cold Northcott, Coldharbour, Coldvreath, Collamoor Head, Come-to-Good, Comford, Comfort, Common Moor, Congdon's Shop, Connon, Connor Downs, Constantine, Cooksland, Coombe, Coppathorne, Copperhouse, Copthorne, Corgee, Costislost, Coswinsawsin, Couch's Mill, Coverack, Cowlands, Cox Hill, Coxford, Coxpark, Crackington Haven, Crafthole, Crahan, Crantock, Crean, Creed, Creegbrawse, Crelly, Cremyll, Criggan, Crimp, Cripplesease, Croanford, Croft Mitchell, Crofthandy, Cross Coombe, Cross Hill, Cross Lanes, Crossgate, Crosstown, Crow's Nest, Crowan, Crowlas, Crowntown, Crows-an-wra, Crugmeer, Crumplehorn, Cubert, Curgurrell, Currian Vale, Curry Lane, Cury, Cusgarne, Cusveorth Coombe, Cutmadoc, Cutmere Cadgwith village Cadgwith is a picturesque fishing village in Cornwall, England. ... Callington, is a town in southeast Cornwall, UK, in the Caradon District. ... The village seen from a train on the viaduct Calstock is a village and parish in south east Cornwall, England, on the border with Devon. ... Location within the British Isles. ... Camelford is a town in Cornwall, England. ... Map sources for Carbis Bay at grid reference SW528387 Carbis Bay (Cornish: Karrbons) is a bay, beach and village near St. ... Carharrack is a village in central Cornwall, near the town of Redruth and close to Carn Marth. ... Carnyorth is a Cornish village near Pendeen and Trewellard, and the town of Penzance Categories: | ... Cawsand is a small village in Cornwall overlooking Plymouth Sound. ... Chacewater is a small village in the south-west of Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Location within the British Isles Cottages overlooking the inner harbour at Charlestown, August 2001 Charlestown (Cornish: Porthmeur) is a working port near St Austell, Cornwall in the far South West of Britain. ... Clubworthy is a village in Cornwall in the United Kingdom. ... Piura: Plaza de Armas Piura is a city in northwestern Peru. ... Constantine is a village and civil parish in Cornwall. ... Coombe, Cornwall may refer to: Coombe, a place near Bude in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. ... Coverack is a coastal village in Cornwall, England. ... This page meets Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Creed is a village in Cornwall, England, situated near the town of Grampound. ... Creegbrawse is a small hamlet in Cornwall, Great Britain, situated between the village of Chacewater and the hamlet of Todpool. ...


Dannonchapel, Darite, Darleyford, Davidstow, Daw's House, Degibna, Delabole, Demelza, Deveral, Devoran, Dimson, Dinas, Dizzard, Dobwalls, Doddycross, Doublebois, Downderry, Downgate, Downhill, Downinney, Drakewalls, Drawbridge, Drift, Drym, Duloe, Dunmere, Dunslea, Dunveth, Durgan, Dutson Davidstow is a town in north-east Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Delabole is a village in North Cornwall which is home to the world renowned Delabole slate quarry. ... Dinas is the Cornish word for Castle or Fort. See also Castle An Dinas is a hillfort near St. ... Durgan village Durgan is a small village located on the Helford River in Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom next to the National Trust property Glendurgan Garden. ...


East Looe, East Taphouse, Eastcott, Edgcumbe, Edmonton, Eggbeare, Egloshayle, Egloskerry, Ellenglaze, Engollan, Enniscaven Looe: showing the bridge linking the East and West parts of the town. ... Egloshayle (eglos meaning church and heyl meaning estuary in Cornish) is a small village situated near the banks of the River Camel near Wadebridge in North Cornwall, England. ...


Falmouth, Farms Common, Fenton Pits, Fentonadle, Feock, Fernsplatt, Fistral Beach, Fivelanes, Fletchersbridge, Flexbury, Flushing, Fonston, Forder, Forge, Forrabury, Foundry, Four Lanes, Fowey, Foxhole, Fraddam, Fraddon, Freathy, Frogpool, Frogwell Map sources for Falmouth, Cornwall at grid reference SW810325 Falmouth (Cornish: Aberfal) is a seaport on the south coast of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. ... Feock is a village in the province of Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe. ... Fistral Beach is a major surfing beach of Britain, located near Newquay in Cornwall. ... Map sources for Flushing at grid reference SW810338 Flushing is a coastal village in Cornwall, England, near Penryn and facing Falmouth across an arm of Carrick Roads. ... Location within the British Isles. ... Fraddon is a small village in Cornwall. ...


Gam, Gang, Garker, Garras, Georgia, Germoe, Gerrans, Gilbert's Coombe, Gillan, Gloweth, Gluvian, Godolphin Cross, Godrevy, Golant, Golberdon, Goldsithney, Gollawater, Gonamena, Goon Gumpas, Goon Piper, Goonabarn, Goonbell, Goonhavern, Goonhusband, Goonlaze, Goonown, Goonvrea, Gooseham, Gooseham Mill, Gorran Churchtown, Gorran Haven, Gorran High Lanes, Gothers, Gracca, Grade, Grampound, Grampound Road, Great Bosullow, Great Tree, Green Bottom, Greensplat, Greenwith Common, Grillis, Grimscott, Grumbla, Gulval, Gummow's Shop, Gunnislake, Gunwalloe, Gwallon, Gwavas, Gwedna, Gweek, Gwennap, Gwenter, Gwills, Gwinear, Gwinear Downs, Gwithian The Ian Gillan Band is a side project band of former Deep Purple member Ian Gillan. ... Godrevy Lighthouse Godrevy is a locality in Cornwall, United Kingdom and lies on the eastern rim of St Ives Bay about 3 miles north-east of the town of Hayle. ... Goldsithney is a small village lying a few miles to the North East of Penzance in Cornwall. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion, because: it is patent nonsense. ... The Great Tree is a located in the Boggly Woods in the video game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. ... Gunwalloe is a small community in the county of Cornwall, England. ... Gweek is a small village in Cornwall, renowned for its seal sanctuary. ... Gwinear-Gwithian is a civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... Gwithian Beach, Penwith Gwithian is a beach in Penwith, Cornwall, UK. It is located to the East side of St Ives Bay. ...


Halabezack, Halamanning, Hale Mills, Halgabron, Hallew, Hallworthy, Halsetown, Halton Barton, Halvosso, Halwin, Hannafore, Harcourt, Harlyn, Harrowbarrow, Hatt, Hay, Haye, Hayle, Heamoor, Helebridge, Helford, Helford Passage, Helland, Hellandbridge, Hellesveor, Helscott, Helston, Helston Water, Helstone, Hendra, Hendra Croft, Hendrabridge, Hendraburnick, Henwood, Herniss, Herodsfoot, Hersham, Hessenford, Hewas Water, Hick's Mill, High Cross, High Lanes, High Street, Higher Bal, Higher Boscaswell, Higher Condurrow, Higher Crackington, Higher Cransworth, Higher Downs, Higher Menadew, Higher Porthpean, Higher Tolcarne, Higher Town, Higher Tremarcoombe, Highercliff, Highertown, Highlanes, Highway, Hillhead, Holmbush, Holy Vale, Holywell, Hornick, Horningtops, Horsedowns, Hugh Town, Hugus Harlyn is a small village in Cornwall, England situated by Harlyn Bay. ... Location within the British Isles Hayle (Cornish: Heyl) is a small town in Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Helford is a village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. ... Helford Passage is a small village in Cornwall, England, close to the mouth of the picturesque, heavily wooded Helford Estuary. ... Location within the British Isles Helston (Cornish: Hellys or Henlys) is a small town in Cornwall, UK, at the northern end of the Lizard Peninsula. ... Hugh Town (population 1,068) is the main settlement on the Isles of Scilly, located south west of Cornwall, England. ...


Idless, Illand, Illogan, Illogan Highway, Inchs, Indian Queens, Insworke Indian Queens - used to be located on the old A30, 10 miles from Bodmin, 7 from Newquay, 6 from St. ...


Jacobstow, Jolly's Bottom, Joppa Jacobstow is a village and civil parish in the North Cornwall district of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. ...


Kea, Kehelland, Kelly, Kelly Bray, Kelly Rounds, Kelynack, Kennards House, Kenneggy, Kenneggy Downs, Kents, Kenwyn, Kerley Downs, Kerris, Kersbrook Cross, Kerthen Wood, Kestle, Kestle Mill, Keybridge, Kilhallon, Kilkhampton, Killaworgey, Killivose, Kingbeare, Kingsand, Knightor, Knightsmill, Kuggar, Kynance Cove Kelly Bray is a small village on the outskirts of Callington in Cornwall. ... Mentioned by Craig Weatherhill, in Cornovia: Ancient Sites of Cornwall & Scilly (Cornwall Books - 1985, revised 1997 & 2000) – Kelly Rounds, or Castle Killibury, is a bivallate Iron Age hill fort 230m in diameter. ... Kingsand and Cawsand are twin villages on the Rame Peninsula located in South East Cornwall across the sound from Plymouth. ... Kynance Cove is an inlet on the Lizard peninsula in south-west Cornwall and is known for its rugged cliffs, white sand and turquoise water. ...


Laddenvean, Ladock, Ladycross, Laity Moor, Lamanva, Lambourne, Lamellion, Lamledra, Lamorick, Lamorna, Lamorran, Landrake, Landulph, Lane, Lane-end, Laneast, Lanescot, Langore, Lanivet, Lanjeth, Lanjew, Lank, Lanlivery, Lanner, Lanreath, Lansallos, Lanteglos, Lanteglos Highway, Lantuel, Lantyan, Larrick, Latchbrook, Latchley, Launcells Cross, Launceston, Lavrean, Lawhitton, Leburnick, Leedstown, Lelant, Lelant Downs, Lerryn, Lesnewth, Levalsa Meor, Lewannick, Lezant, Lezerea, Linkinhorne, Liskeard, Little Beside, Little Bosullow, Little Comfort, Little Petherick, Lizard, Lockengate, Lodge Hill, London Apprentice, Longdowns, Longrock, Longstone, Looe, Looe Mills, Lostwithiel, Lower Amble, Lower Bodinnar, Lower Boscaswell, Lower Brynn, Lower Clicker, Lower Croan, Lower Menadue, Lower Mill, Lower Porthpean, Lower Rose, Lower Town, Lower Trebullett, Lower Woodley, Lower Woon, Lowertown, Luckett, Ludgvan, Luxulyan, Lynstone Categories: UK geography stubs | Towns in Cornwall ... Lanreath is a small village in Cornwall, UK, with around 1,000 inhabitants. ... Location within the British Isles Launceston (Cornish: Lannstefan; the English name is pronounced , or , usually without the t by the Cornish, but with by everyone else) is a town in the north of Cornwall, with a population of approximately 7,000. ... Liskeard, an ancient Stannary and market town at the head of the River Looe valley in southeast Cornwall, UK, is the administrative centre of the Caradon District. ... Lizard Point The Lizard is a peninsula of Cornwall, United Kingdom, and contains the most southerly point of the island Great Britain, Lizard Point. ... London Apprentice is a hamlet approximately 2 miles south of St. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Location within the British Isles Looe (Cornish: Logh) is a coastal town in the Caradon district of south-east Cornwall, UK, with a population of 5280 (2001 census). ... Lostwithiel is a small town in Cornwall, England at the head of the estuary of the River Fowey. ... Ludgvan is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... Luxulyan (pronounced ) (also spelled Luxullian, Luxulian) is an English village, valley, and parish (2001 population 1,371) in the borough of Restormel, central Cornwall. ...


Mabe Burnthouse, Maders, Madron, Maenporth, Maer, Malpas, Manaccan, Manhay, Manor Parsley, Marazanvose, Marazion, Marhamchurch, Marshgate, Maryfield, Maudlin, Mawgan, Mawgan Porth, Mawla, Mawnan, Mawnan Smith, Maxworthy, Mayon, Maypole, Meaver, Medlyn, Melinsey, Mellangoose, Mellingey, Mena, Menadarva, Menagissey, Menheniot, Menherion, Menna, Merry Meeting, Merrymeet, Merther, Merther Lane, Metherell, Mevagissey, Michaelstow, Middle Crackington, Middle Taphouse, Middle Town, Middlehill, Middlewood, Milcombe, Millbrook, Millendreath, Millook, Millpool, Milltown, Mineshope, Mingoose, Minions, Mitchell, Mithian, Mithian Downs, Mixtow, Molinnis, Mongleath, Monkscross, Moorswater, Mornick, Morvah, Morval, Morwenstow, Mount, Mount Ambrose, Mount Charles, Mount Hawke, Mount Hermon, Mount Pleasant, Mountjoy, Mousehole, Muchlarnick, Mulberry, Mulfra, Mullion, Mullion Cove, Mylor, Mylor Bridge, Mylor Churchtown Madron is a village in West Cornwall, Britain in the district of Penwith situated outside of the modern parish boundary of the town of Penzance. ... Maenporth is one of the four beaches associated with Falmouth in Cornwall, England. ... Maer is a village in Cornwall, England, on the North Coast of Cornwall near Bude grid reference SS205075 Categories: Villages in Cornwall ... Map sources for Marazion at grid reference SW523306 Marazion (Cornish: Marghasyow) is a small seaport and holiday resort in Cornwall, UK, on the shore of Mounts Bay, 2 miles east of Penzance, served by the Great Western Railway. ... Marhamchurch is a village in North Cornwall, UK. Marhamchurch lies two miles inland from Bude off the A39 Atlantic Highway to Wadebridge. ... Mawla word has two meanings. ... Mayon Volcano is a volcano in the Philippines. ... Mevagissey is a large fishing village situated on the English Channel coast six miles south of St Austell in Cornwall, England. ... Millbrook on the Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall is the countys largest village with a population of just a shade over 2000. ... A minion is a lowly human following a master. ... Mitchell (also known as Michael and St Michael) is a village in Cornwall, United Kingdom, on the A30. ... Morvah is a hamlet in the far west of Cornwall. ... GCHQ CSO Morwenstow satellite ground station is located on the north Cornwall coast between the small villages of Morwenstow and Coombe, UK. The station comprises above and below ground accommodation including control rooms, computer suite, briefing room and living areas. ... Mount Hawke is an old tin mining village in Cornwall, England, near Porthtowan Beach. ... Mousehole (pron: mowzel) is a fishing village near Newlyn in Cornwall, reputed to have one of the most beautiful harbours in the United Kingdom. ... Double-hung vinyl replacement window with a decorative grille resembling mullions sandwiched between the panes of the insulated glass. ... Map sources for Mylor Bridge at grid reference SW804363 Mylor Bridge is a village in Cornwall. ...


Nance, Nanceddan, Nancegollan, Nancemellin, Nancenoy, Nancledra, Nanpean, Nanquidno, Nanstallon, Nantithet, Narkurs, Navarino, Netherton, New Downs, New Grimsby, New Mill, New Mills, New Polzeath, Newbridge, Newlyn, Newport, Newquay, Newton, Newtown, Newtown-in-St Martin, Nine Maidens Downs, Ninnes, Ninnes Bridge, No Man's Land, Noonvares, Norris Green, North Beer, North Corner, North Country, North Darley, North Hill, North Petherwin, North Tamerton, Northcott, Northward, Notter Newlyn Map sources for Newlyn at grid reference SW461284 Newlyn (Cornish: Lulynn) is a town in southwest Cornwall, UK. The town forms a small conurbation with neighbouring Penzance, and part of the civil parish of Penzance. ... Newport is a small town in Cornwall, United Kingdom. ... Location within the British Isles An easterly view over Newquay harbour with some of the surfing beaches in the background. ... // North Petherwin Village North Petherwin is a small village in the South West of England. ...


Old Cardinham Castle, Old Grimsby, Old Kea, Old Mill, Old Park, Old Town, Otterham, Otterham Station Old Kea is a village in Cornwall, England, located close to the banks of the Truro River, about halfway between Truro and where the river meets the River Fal. ...


Padstow, Palmersbridge, Pantersbridge, Par, Paramoor, Parc Erissey, Park, Park Bottom, Parkengear, Parkfield, Paul, Paul's Green, Paynter's Cross, Paynter's Lane End, Pelynt, Pempwell, Penare, Penbeagle, Penberth, Pencarrow, Pencoys, Pencuke, Pendeen, Pendoggett, Pendrift, Penelewey, Pengegon, Pengelly, Pengersick, Pengold, Pengover Green, Penhale, Penhale Jakes, Penhallick, Penhallow, Penhalurick, Penhalvean, Penmarth, Penmayne, Pennance, Pennytinney, Penpethy, Penpillick, Penpol, Penpoll, Penponds, Penpont, Penrose, Penrose Hill, Penryn, Pensilva, Penstraze, Pentewan, Pentire, Penwartha, Penwartha Coombe, Penweathers, Penwithick, Penzance, Percuil, Perran Downs, Perran Wharf, Perranarworthal, Perrancoombe, Perranporth, Perranuthnoe, Perranwell, Perranwell Station, Perranzabuloe, Peterville, Petherwin Gate, Phillack, Philleigh, Piece, Pillaton, Pipers Pool, Pityme, Plaidy, Plain Street, Plain-an-Gwarry, Playing Place, Plusha, Plushabridge, Polbathic, Polborder, Polbrock, Polgear, Polgigga, Polgooth, Polkerris, Polladras, Polmarth, Polmassick, Polmear, Polmorla, Polpenwith, Polpeor, Polperro, Polruan, Poltesco, Polwheveral, Polyphant, Polzeath, Poniou, Ponjeravah, Ponsanooth, Ponsongath, Pont, Pool, Porkellis, Port Gaverne, Port Quin, Port Isaac, Porteath, Porth, Porth Kea, Porth Navas, Porthallow, Porthcothan, Porthcurno, Porthgwarra, Porthhallow, Porthilly, Porthleven, Porthloo, Porthmeor, Portholland, Porthoustock, Porthtowan, Portloe, Portlooe, Portmellon, Portreath, Portscatho, Portwrinkle, Poughill, Poundstock, Praa Sands, Praze-an-Beeble, Probus, Prospidnick, Prussia Cove, Puddle Location within the British Isles. ... Par is a village in india, located several miles north of St Austell. ... This is where Dolly Pentrieth, reputedly and disputedly, the last native speaker of Cornish lived. ... Pelynt is a village in south-east Cornwall, United Kingdom, situated about 20 miles west of Plymouth between Looe and Polperro. ... Pencarrow A stately house in Cornwall, in the United Kingdom, Pencarrow is situated between Bodmin and Wadebridge, the house is approached down a long drive, almost 1 mile long. ... Pendeen is a fairly small town which is close to the coastline in Cornwall, Britain. ... Market Street in 2005, looking south Map sources for Penryn at grid reference SW782345 Penryn (Cornish: Pennrynn, from Pen-ryn meaning promontory) is a town in Cornwall, England on the Penryn river. ... Location within the British Isles. ... Perranporth is a village on the north coast of Cornwall, England, near to Newquay. ... Perranuthnoe is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... Polgooth is a former tin mining community in Cornwall. ... Polladras is a small settlement of around 50 residents in the far west of Cornwall near the larger villages of Breage and Carleen. ... Polperro harbour A tourist boat trip leaves Polperro harbour Polperro is a small fishing village on the south Cornwall coast in south west England. ... Polruan is a small fishing village in Cornwall, within the boundaries of the parish of Lanteglos by Fowey. ... View of the beach from New Polzeath. ... Port Isaac is a fishing village in Cornwall, England. ... Aerial photo of Porthcurno Beach showing the Minack Theatre in the cliff face and Green Bay In the 19th Century Porthcurno was connected to the rest of the World by telegraph cables. ... Porthleven is a small fishing village situated near Helston in Cornwall. ... Porthtowan is a small village in the Carrick district of Cornwall and lies on its north Atlantic coast. ... Portloe is a small village in Cornwall, England. ... Location within the British Isles Looe: showing the bridge linking the East and West parts of the town. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards and conform with our NPOV policy, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Prussia Cove is a small inlet in the Penwith region of South West Cornwall, UK. It is inaccessible by foot. ...


Quethiock, Quintrell Downs, Quoit Quethiock is a village and civil parish in the Caradon district of Cornwall, United Kingdom, about five miles east of Liskeard. ...


Radnor, Raginnis, Rame, Readymoney, Reawla, Red Post, Redmoor, Redruth, Redtye, Reen Manor, Rejerrah, Releath, Relubbus, Rescassa, Rescorla, Reskadinnick, Restronguet Passage, Resugga Green, Retallack, Retire, Rezare, Rilla Mill, Rillaton, Rinsey, Rinsey Croft, Rising Sun, Roche, Rock, Rockhead, Rocky Hill, Roscroggan, Rose, Rose-an-Grouse, Rosecare, Rosedinnick, Rosehill, Roseland, Rosemelling, Rosemergy, Rosenannon, Rosenithon, Rosevean, Rosevear, Rosevine, Rosewarne, Roseworthy, Roseworthy Barton, Roskear Croft, Roskorwell, Rosudgeon, Row, Ruan High Lanes, Ruan Lanihorne, Ruan Major, Ruan Minor, Rumford, Ruthernbridge, Ruthvoes Radnor may refer to: Radnor Township, Pennsylvania Radnorshire This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... There are two villages in Cornwall, England called Rame: Rame (Caradon), in southeast Cornwall Rame (Falmouth), towards the west of Cornwall Rame could also refer to Rame Head, a coastal headland near the first of these. ... Readymoney Cove is a sandy beach to the south of the Cornish harbour town of Fowey in southwest England. ... Map sources for Redruth at grid reference SW700420 Redruth (Cornish: Rysrudh) is a town in the south-west of Cornwall, Britain. ... Rock is a village in Cornwall, England, lying on the North/Western bank of the River Camel, at its estuary. ... Roseland is a small area of the county of Cornwall in England. ...


Salem, Saltash, Sancreed, Sandplace, Sandylake, Saveock, Scarcewater, Scorrier, Scredda, Sea Mills, Seaton, Seaureaugh Moor, Sellan, Sennen, Sennen Cove, Seworgan, Sharptor, Sheffield, Sheviock, Shop, Shortacross, Shortlanesend, Shutta, Silverwell, Sithney, Sithney Common, Sithney Green, Skewes, Skinner's Bottom, Sladesbridge, Slaughterbridge, South Carne, South Hill, South Petherwin, South Pill, South Tehidy, South Wheatley, Southcott, Southdown, Sparnon Gate, Splatt, Stenalees, Stencoose, Stennack, Stepaside, Stibb, Sticker, Stithians, Stoke Climsland, Stoptide, Stratton, Stursdon, Summercourt, Sweets, Sweetshouse Location within the British Isles Saltash (Cornish: Essa) is a town in Cornwall, UK. It has a population of about 16,000. ... Sancreed is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... Looking due North over Sennen Bay Sennen is the most westerly village in mainland England (though not Britain), being less than a mile from Lands End, in Cornwall. ... Stithians is a small village in Cornwall, England. ...


St Agnes (Cornish mainland), St Agnes (Isles of Scilly), St Allen, St Ann's Chapel, St Anthony, St Anthony-in-Meneage, St Austell, St Blazey, St Blazey Gate, St Breock, St Breward, St Buryan, St Cleer, St Clement, St Clether, St Columb Major, St Columb Minor, St Columb Road, St Day, St Dennis, St Dominick, St Endellion, St Enoder, St Erme, St Erney, St Erth, St Erth Praze, St Ervan, St Eval, St Ewe, St Gennys, St Germans, St Gluvias, St Hilary, St Issey, St Ive, St Ive Cross, St Ives, St Jidgey, St John, St Just in Penwith, St Just in Roseland, St Keverne, St Kew, St Kew Highway, Saint Keyne, St Lawrence, St Levan, St Mabyn, St Martin, St Mawes, St Mawgan, St Mellion, St Merryn, St Mewan, St Michael Caerhays, St Michael Penkevil, St Michael's Mount, St Minver, St Neot, St Newlyn East, St Pinnock, St Ruan, St Stephen, St Stephens, St Teath, St Tudy, St Veep, St Wenn, St Winnow St Agnes is the southernmost populated island of the Isles of Scilly, England. ... This article contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... St Blazey is a town in Cornwall. ... St Buryan is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... St Clether is small village on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, UK A small village beside the River Inney with the parish church standing some distance away. ... Location within the British Isles. ... The text of the following account was adapted from:- The Parish Church History and Calendar blotter of 1939-40. ... Small vilage near Fraddon and Indian Queens in Cornwall. ... St Day is a village in South West Cornwall near Todpool. ... Dominic is usually a male human name. ... Map sources for St Erth at grid reference SW544356 St Erth (Cornish: Lannudhno/Praze Pras) stands at the old crossing point of the river Hayle, in the west of Cornwall. ... St Eval is a small village in North Cornwall, England. ... St Germans is a town in East Cornwall at Latitude 4:18:35 W Longitude 50:23:42 N. It takes its name from the Priory Church of St Germans, which is adjacent to the Port Eliot estate of the present Earl of St Germans. ... St Hilary is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... A small village in North Cornwall, England See also Wadebridge Categories: | ... St Ives harbour and the local rescue lifeboat. ... St Just (Cornish: Lannyust) is a town in Cornwall. ... St Keverne (Cornish: Lannaghevran) is a rural village on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. ... St. ... St Levan is a village and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England. ... St. ... St. ... A small village in North Cornwall, England See also Wadebridge Categories: | ... St. ... A small village in North Cornwall, England See Also Wadebridge Categories: | ... St Neot is a village in Cornwall, England, situated between the towns of Bodmin and Liskeard. ... A small village in North Cornwall, England Saint Tethe was one of the twenty-four children of St Brychan, a Welsh saint and king, in the 4th century. ... A small village in North Cornwall, England See also Wadebridge External links A website about St Tudy The St Tudy CofE primary school website A collection of photographs from in and around St Tudy Categories: | ... A small village in North Cornwall, England See also Wadebridge Categories: | ...


Talland, Talskiddy, Temple, Tencreek, Terras, The Towans, The Town, Thorne, Three Hammers, Three Holes Cross, Threemilestone, Threewaters, Thurdon, Tideford, Tideford Cross, Tilland, Timbrelham, Tintagel, Titson, Todpool, Tolborough, Tolcarne, Tolcarne Wartha, Toldish, Tolgullow, Tolgus Mount, Tolskithy, Tolvaddon Downs, Tomperrow, Torfrey, Torpoint, Towan, Towan Cross, Towednack, Townshend, Traboe, Tramagenna, Treal, Treamble, Treath, Treator, Trebarber, Trebartha, Trebarwith, Trebarwith Strand, Trebeath, Trebell Green, Trebetherick, Trebilcock, Trebudannon, Trebullett, Treburgett, Treburgie, Treburley, Treburrick, Trebyan, Tredannick, Tredaule, Tredavoe, Tredethy, Tredinnick, Tredrizzick, Treen, Treesmill, Trefanny Hill, Treforda, Trefrize, Trefusis, Tregada, Tregadgwith, Tregadillett, Tregajorran, Tregamere, Tregardock, Tregargus, Tregarland, Tregarlandbridge, Tregarne, Tregarrick Mill, Tregatillian, Tregatta, Tregavarah, Tregear, Tregeare, Tregellist, Tregeseal, Tregew, Tregidden, Tregolls, Tregona, Tregonce, Tregonetha, Tregonna, Tregonning, Tregony, Tregoodwell, Tregorden, Tregorrick, Tregoss, Tregreenwell, Tregrehan Mills, Tregullon, Tregunna, Tregurrian, Tregurtha Downs, Trehan, Trehemborne, Trehunist, Trekeivesteps, Trekenner, Trekenning, Treknow, Trelan, Trelash, Trelassick, Treleigh, Trelew, Treligga, Trelights, Trelill, Trelion, Treliske, Trelissick, Treliver, Treloquithack, Trelowia, Trelowth, Tremail, Tremaine, Tremar, Trematon, Trematon Castle, Tremayne, Trembraze, Tremedda, Tremethick Cross, Tremore, Tremorebridge, Tremough, Trenance, Trenant, Trenarren, Trenay, Trencreek, Trencrom, Trendeal, Trenear, Treneglos, Trenerth, Trenean, Trengale, Trengume, Trenhorne, Treningle, Treninnick, Trenithon, Trenoon, Trenoweth, Trenwheal, Trequite, Trerise, Trerose, Trerulefoot, Tresamble, Tresarrett, Tresavean, Tresawle, Tresawson, Trescoll, Trescowe, Tresean, Tresevern Croft, Tresillian, Tresinney, Treskerby, Treskillard, Treskilling, Treskinnick Cross, Treslothan, Tresmeer, Tresowes Green, Tresoweshill, Tresparrett, Tresparrett Posts, Treswithian, Treswithian Downs, Trethellan Water, Trethevy, Trethewell, Trethewey, Trethillick, Trethosa, Trethowel, Trethurgy, Trevadlock, Trevalga, Trevalgan, Trevance, Trevanger, Trevanson, Trevarrack, Trevarren, Trevarrian, Trevarrick, Trevarth, Treveal, Trevegean, Treveighan, Trevellas, Trevelmond, Trevelver, Trevemper, Treven, Trevena, Trevenen, Trevenen Bal, Trevenning, Treveor, Treverbyn, Treverva, Trevescan, Trevia, Trevigro, Trevilder, Trevilla, Trevilson, Trevine, Treviscoe, Treviskey, Trevithal, Trevoll, Trevone, Trevorrick, Trevowah, Trevowhan, Trew, Trewalder, Trewarmett, Trewartha, Trewassa, Treween, Trewellard, Trewen, Trewennack, Trewennan, Trewetha, Trewethen, Trewethern, Trewey, Trewidland, Trewindle, Trewint, Trewithian, Trewithick, Trewollock, Trewoodloe, Trewoon, Treworga, Treworlas, Treworld, Trewornan, Treworrick, Treworthal, Treyarnon, Trezaise, Trezelah, Trillacott, Trispen, Troan, Trron, Troswell, Truas, Truro, Truscott, Trussall, Truthan, Truthwall, Trythogga, Tubbs Mill, Tuckingmill, Tuelmenna, Turfdown, Tutwell, Twelveheads, Twelvewoods, Two Burrows, Tywardreath, Tywardreath Highway Talland is a small hamlet on the south-east coast of Cornwall, U.K., between Looe and Polperro. ... Talskiddy is a small Cornish village, about two miles north of St Columb Major The meaning of the name is supposed to be brow of the hill of shadows. From Tal the Cornish for brow and skeuse the Cornish word for shady or shadows. ... Situated on the north Atlantic coast of Cornwall, the village of Tintagel (pronounced with the stress on the second syllable; Cornish: Dintagell) and nearby Tintagel Castle are associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. ... Todpool is a small hamlet in south-west Cornwall and is located between Chacewater and St Day. ... Location within the British Isles Torpoint (Cornish: Penntorr) is a town in the far South East of Cornwall, England, separated from the City of Plymouth by a stretch of water referred to as the Hamoaze, which itself is the mouth of the River Tamar. ... Towednack is a small Cornish village, situated relatively near the seaside town of St. ... Remains of a shipwreck on the rocks at Trebetherick Point. ... Treen is a small village in the far west of Cornwall, England. ... Trefusis is a village in Cornwall, England, near Penryn and facing Falmouth. ... Tregony (sometimes in the past Tregoney) is a village in Cornwall, United Kingdom, on the river Fal. ... Treknow is a very small village between Tintagel and Trebarwith Strand, in England. ... Map sources for Tremough at grid reference SW775345 Tremough is a suburb of Falmouth in Cornwall, England. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... Species to be completed Trewia is a plant genus of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), comprising 2 species. ... A view of Trevones main road. ... Trewellard is a small village on the north coast road between St Just and St Ives in Cornwall, England. ... Trewoon is a small village in Cornwall east of St Austell. ... Treyarnon is a small village in Cornwall, England at the head of Treyarnon Bay. ... Truro is Cornwalls only city and its administrative centre. ... Several notable persons have the family name of Truscott: Lucian Truscott - US Army Major General Steven Truscott - Canadian wrongly convicted of murder This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Tywardreath is a small hilltop village in southern Cornwall, England, near Fowey in the Restormel district of mid-Cornwall. ...


United Downs, Upton, Upton Cross


Varfell, Vellanoweth, Venterdon, Ventongimps, Ventonleague, Veryan, Victoria, Viscar, Vogue Veryan is a picturesque village on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, England. ...


Wadebridge, Wainhouse Corner, Wall, Wanson, Warbstow, Warbstow Cross, Warleggan, Washaway, Watergate, Waterloo, Wearde, Week Green, Week St Mary, Weir Quay, Welltown, Wendron, Wenfordbridge, Werrington, West Curry, West Downs, West Looe, West Pentire, West Taphouse, West Tolgus, West Watergate, West Youlstone, Westdowns, Wheal Alfred, Wheal Baddon, Wheal Busy, Wheal Frances, Wheal Kitty, Wheal Rose, Wherry Town, Whipsiderry, White Cross, Whitecros, Whitemoor, Whitewell, Whitstone, Widegates, Widemouth Bay, Wilcove, Windmill, Windsor, Winnard's Perch, Withiel, Withielgoose, Woodford, Woolley, Woolston, Woon, Wringsdown Location within the British Isles Wadebridge (Cornish: Ponsrys) is a market town in North Cornwall, England with a population of 6 222 (Census 2001). ... Warbstow is a village and civil parish in the North Cornwall district of Cornwall, England. ... Location within the British Isles Looe: showing the bridge linking the East and West parts of the town. ... Windsor is a hamlet in Cornwall, England. ...




Zelah, Zennor, Zoar This is a partial list of places mentioned in the Bible Zaanan Zair Zalmon Zalmonah Zanoah Zareah Zartanah Zelah Zemaraim Zephi Zior Zoba Note: This list is currently incomplete See also List of Biblical names Categories: Bible ... Zennor Quoit, about a mile southeast of Zennor village. ...

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  • Victorian Gazetteer of Cornwall

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