Porthleven Museum - Our History

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News papers cuttings reporting on illness and death of John TREGEMBO

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Obituary of Marjorie HALL in Falmouth Packet

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Postcard of Gartul Point and Breageside with boats.

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Keeper's Cottage, Penrose, Porthleven

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Porthleven Telegraph Office opens to the Public 01 Oct 1879.

The first telegram was despatched by Mr Rogers of Penrose.

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Mary Anne Eddy TOY nee HOSKING, outside her husband's net loft in Mounts Road,  holding her grandaughter Rosemary TOY c1942. 

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Mr LAITY of Sunset Farm falls from waggon and sustains compound fracture.

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Gwennie's and herhusband lived in Mount's Road. Gwennie's husband, Willie TOY built a cafe for her on the land in front of their house and beside his own workshop. It was right on top of the cliff near BLUE BUOY.

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Family photo of coastguard George Henry BOX.

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Part of Alfie Pascoe's life time collection

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A brief history of Paul Rosewarn's life including his WW1 experience having been awarded the DCM for the heroic part he played in the capture of a German machine gun nest in Belgium.

On Paul's return to Porthleven he established the first charabanc transport system in West Cornwall.

Read the family's memorabilia

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This book contains images and text relating to Porthleven's Agriculture.

View the book http://www.porthlevenmuseum.org.uk/flipagriculture/index.html

Visit Out of the Blue Porthleven to see our full display of framed images

Location:  Porthleven, United Kingdom
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Porthleven Boat Building

To view book on Porthleven boat building follow the link

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