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The Journal of William Ellis of Cawsand By Brian Jones
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William Ellis lived in the Cornish village of Cawsand in the early 19th Century. Between 1806 and 1815 he kept a journal in which he meticulously recorded each day's weather, followed by details of... More > the arrivals/departures of Men of War into Plymouth. He also recorded shipping he sighted going up or down the Channel, the arrival of prize vessels captured by the Royal Navy, prisoners of war, news of great battles, local wrecks, etc.< Less
An Undertaker's Account Book By Brian Jones
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A transcription of an undertaker's account book covering the years 1889 to 1938, in which are recorded details of the funerals they conducted in the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand on the Rame... More > Peninsula, SE Cornwall. The book gives an insight to everyday life in past days, and is particularly relevant to those with a family history in these villages.< Less
Legends of Herton By Peter Clarke
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In 12th Century England, Guillame Mareschal is an old soldier whose family have held Herraton Bonville since the conquest. 40 years earlier, during the Anarchy of Stephen, his father Ralphe... More > sustained a fatal wound. Guillame, ageing and uneasy, embarks on an expedition for revenge and the truth. In the mid 19th Century, Herton Home Farm is occupied by the Digweed family. William, head of the family, has moved on from his humble past. But social advancement is under threat from the relationship between his eldest daughter and a boatman called Jago. 1999, and Pete Florence is a landscape gardener facing hardship who lands the job of reconstructing the garden and grounds at the old Herton Home Farm in the nick of time. Tony Cawsand is a local archaealogist whose interest in the large mound in the grounds leads to he and Florence having to work side by side. Cawsand has an adopted daughter, Joanne, a strange balkan refugee. Florence is fascinated.< Less
Poisoned Waters By Michael Moore
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The villages of Cawsand-Kingsand are suddenly stunned with the unequivocal evidence of an invasion of their villages some four hundred years ago, which had only been read about in books and... More > disregarded as an imaginary tale brought forth at the time by a young man called Jason Tregoran. It is not until Sergeant of police Roy Selley and his counterpart retired solicitor John Jago, make investigations into the evidence that they are physically drawn into another world six hundred feet underground, where an indescribable alien force dwell. They eventually manage to escape with terrible repercussions. Although there is hideous carnage and horrific destruction to the villages, the surviving villagers have no knowledge of what has taken place.< Less
Poisoned Waters By Michael Moore
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The villages of Cawsand-Kingsand are suddenly stunned with the unequivocal evidence of an invasion of their villages some four hundred years ago, which had only been read about in books and... More > disregarded as an imaginary tale brought forth at the time by a young man called Jason Tregoran. It is not until Sergeant of police Roy Selley and his counterpart retired solicitor John Jago, make investigations into the evidence that they are physically drawn into another world six hundred feet underground, where an indescribable alien force dwell. They eventually manage to escape with terrible repercussions. Although there is hideous carnage and horrific destruction to the villages, the surviving villagers have no knowledge of what has taken place.< Less