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This is only a very small part of Michael Gale's collection of the history of Guy Gibson
To view the flip book http://www.porthlevenmuseum.org.uk/flipguygibsonpart1/index.html
This book was sent to the museum for digitising and sharing by a family member Mr E Pascoe
Mishonaland is now Zimbabwe
This book is over 100 years old and only 23 pages in length. John was the younger son of James and Mary Pascoe,...
Recollections of Sam's life in Porthleven
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1905 Assault at Porthleven - after a debauch
Marriages 1939 BRAY-RICKARD & RUBERRY-RUSSELL
DEATH of Harold BRAY of 7 Thomas Street in 1948
First World War - Women working with the Red Cross.
ALFORD, BOWDEN, COLLINS, GALE, HARRIS, NEWBOULD, PAWLYN, RUSSELL
Ship William c1865 in harbour in front of Fisherman's Arms
Treza Farm sold 1927 to Mr Johns of Bank House, Helston. Previous owner was Mr h Rowe.