Neil Hisom in South West Northamptonshire at 23:53:40 Thursday December
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Great page. I am also a lover of all things Cornish and have spent many happy
hours in the county from 5/6 years old right up to last summer, and guess what?
along with half of the British Isles we will be staging another invasion this
year to see the eclipse. I am fortunate to have friends in both Camborne and
Padstow. Well that's enough waffle from me. Keep up the good work and I'll proudly
fly the black and white flag on my car.
Katrina A.B.(Anne Blight) Chagall in Canberra, Australia at 3:45:28
Thursday December 24 98
Blight is my birth surname and is Cornish. I am a 5th generation Cornish
Australian, my ancestors arriving in South Australia on the Lisander, in 1851. The Blight family mainly originated from St Ives. I am a member of the Cornish
Association of the ACT (Australian Capital Territory). My late father was the
celebrated Australian poet John Blight. I recently changed my surname by deed
poll and added the new surname of Chagall, my own choice, after the French
painter Marc Chagall. I feel that the Cornish spirit is so diverse, courageous,
adventurous and above all, free! Otherwise why would so many of our ancestors
left their homeland to venture forth into a world of uncertainties and dangers
to forge new nations?! Good on us the Cornish! http://email@example.com
MARGARET HUTTON in CANADA at 20:29:48 Wednesday December 23 98
GREAT SITE. I WAS LOOKING FOR A COMPANY THAT SOLD A PICTORIAL CALENDAR OF
CORNWALL. MY HUSBAND ALAN WAS BROUGHT UP IN CORNWALL AND HAS VERY FOND MEMORIES
OF THE COUNTY. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
Keith Smith in Dalgety Bay, Fife at 23:30:26 Tuesday December 22 98
I saw your web site praised on ".tv". I agree with their comments.
Helen Evers in Truro, Cornwall at 15:14:17 Thursday December 17 98
Hello there! I am 16 years old, and I was born in Treliske hospital, Truro. I've
been living in and around Truro all my life. There are some things I learnt from
this site that I never knew before- such as the Cornish jokes, now they ARE good
'uns. Anyway, I feel proud to be from This beloved county, which was once (and
still should be) a country in its own right. Greetings, and good bye from
Cornwall, the one and only.
Peter Cousins in Truro at 15:14:0 Thursday December 17 98
I know Helen, who will be sending an email drektly!!!!
Peter Cousins in Truro at 15:9:7 Thursday December 17 98
Stumbled across this page by accident - spent a long time here just browsing
around - very addictive. Happy Christmas from Cornwall
Nicola Hodgson (Richards) in LONDON at 23:48:7 Tuesday December 15 98
Still a great site! Does anyone know the origins of a cornish pudding called
Russian Cream? Many of my parents' 'older' friends make it and we wondered what
the Russian connection was, if any. Merry Christmas Alan, and keep up the good
work in the New Year.
John Donaldson in Melbourne at 0:37:18 Monday December 14 98
Born and raised in the bush, grandfathers name Allen Albert Alexander Cornell
Grandmother (White) and am researching from now back in time.
David R Sharpes in Near Seattle,Wa,USA at 18:59:9 Friday December 11 98
Very nice.Brought back some memories.
Charlene Craze in USA at 15:36:7 Thursday December 10 98
I am trying to research the name of "CRAZE" not familiar with England
or Cornwall, have found the surname and have approx. dates but do not know how
to reasearch records. very nice web site
roger jelbert in Winchester. Hants, England at 9:30:29 Thursday December
Interesting site. Following Cornish links is fascinating and the call of the
place is quite amazing if you happen to hail from there. I think I'm the same
age as you (Penzance Grammar then Cornwall tech until 1961)and I still think of
"going home" one day. Meantime I,ve booked my place for the eclipse! -
at my mothers place in Carbis bay.
Gerald Reading in Hermitage, PA. USE at 5:2:16 Thursday December 10 98
Well Done Alan. I am interested in Cornwall because my Great grandfather, John
Jacka came to the U.S.from his home in St. Buryan in the 1860's to work in the
mines of Pennsylvania until he could buy a farm. Some of the Jacka's came to
U.S. and some went to Australia. I hope to visit someday.
Sidney John Watkins in Montreal Quebec Canada at 20:57:45 Wednesday
December 9 98
Great pages! As a member of both the St David's Society of Montreal and the
Welsh Male Choir I have set up 2 web sites for these groups soon to be running
and my own personnal page. I am, on my own site concentrating on Brythonic
Celtic peoples, places and things. I would like to point towards your site as
one of the Cornish links. Although I am new at building web pages and things may
appear a little primative compared to pages such as yours, I think that it is
still a good resource and in due time I will master a more complex page.Once
again a well designed site. www.securenet.net/members/swatkins/index.html
www.stdavidsociety.montreal.qc.ca www.welshmalechoir.montreal.qc.ca Iechyd da
Geoff Brooks in Essex at 9:7:47 Wednesday December 9 98
Very nice site keep up the good work. http://queequeg.cjb.net
Barry Pascoe in Eastleigh Hants at 23:30:58 Monday December 7 98
My parents are Cornish-Mum from Shortlandsend, Truro & Dad from Sennen. A
VERY nostalgic site for me!! Keep up the good work.
Peter Lennon in Location at 17:55:41 Monday December 7 98
I am looking for inspiration for my darts web site http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~epl. I am seeing how different people design there own sites. Keep on darting
Russell W. Coad in Bellevue, Washington - USA at 6:58:1 Monday December 7
I'm contacting Cornish sites because I'm doing genealogy research and I have
Astrid Hardiman in Laurel, Maryland at 2:20:27 Sunday December 6 98
My interest in Cornwall is because my grandmother, Minnie Francis, was born in
Callington, Cornwall. Her father was killed in the mines and she came to USA to
New York, thence to Massachusetts when she was four years old. I hope to come to
Cornwall someday. Just discovered your site, enjoyed the photographs, and I will
Alan Payter in Stratford, Ont. Canada at 23:42:52 Saturday December 5 98
Recently in your area on vacation , just looking for a good recipe for cornish
Jonathan Olver in Cheltenham Gloucestershire at 17:29:2 Friday December 4 98
Member of Cornwall family history society researching my ancestors. I visit
Cornwall often and my favorate area is the Roseland peninsula; good walks
beeches, pubs and lots of places to visit. I shall be there on 11/8/99 for the
SANDRA LORRIANE RICHARDS in Dandenong Melbourne Victoria Australia at
6:44:33 Sunday November 29 98
Hi my name is sandra iam trying to trace some of my family my fathers name is
John Norman Richards born around liverpool england on the 25-1-26 he married eva
harrison mum was born 3-11-26 in england they left england at the end of 1950
and i was born here on 12-3-51 my grandfathers name was david john richards and
my grandmother was Adelaide Wallesy I Know my grandparents lived in birkdale
southport england but thats about all i know but i will keep on looking to try
to find out more if i can if any one out there can help me i would love to here
from them thank you great site hope to here from someone.......www.lavalink.com.au/cgi-bin/proxy
E. Peter Willcock in Toronto, Ontario. Canada at 1:38:16 Sunday November
Great site. My people from Tywardreath & St.Veep although I was born in
Wilts. I enjoyed your comments on the Rutabaga/Swede, I've also known them as
waxed turnip. Keep up the good work.
Lorena in Sunset Beach, North Carolina USA at 22:1:39 Friday November 27
Loved your web site. I have a pen pal for 51 years who loves in Marshgate. So I
enjoy everything I can find on Cornwall. Keep up the good work. We are amateur
radio operaters in my family. Are any of you? Sincerely
Lois Langin in Maumee, Ohio at 4:17:23 Friday November 27 98
I am just starting to search for my Mom's family history. Tretheway or Trethewey
from the tip of the Upper Pennisula, Copper Country. I was teethed on the crust
Susan Mead in Canada at 17:50:19 Wednesday November 25 98
I am doing this on behalf of my father-in-law Reginald Francis (Frank) Pellow of
Cornwall now residing in Canada.
James B. Lethlean in Rapid City South Dakota, USA at 16:35:15 Wednesday
November 25 98
A american who still call hiself a Cornishman and always will.