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The Ellis Breweries at Helston and Hayle By Charlotte MacKenzie
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This local history outlines the origins and histories of the Ellis breweries at Helston and Hayle. It includes histories of Cornish ‘locals’ as many of the inns, pubs, and hotels... More > associated with the Ellis breweries are in business today. It is a useful reference source for local and family historians.< Less
Long Arm of the Law : Jack the Ripper By Billy Helston
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Jack the Ripper isn’t famous, rich, or royal, but he played a crucial role on the night of the double event. My suspect is an ordinary man, yet he both frightens and threatens the Metropolitan... More > police to this day. They accused him of perjury, some called him a liar, others a fool. But he lived to a ripe old age and evaded the hangman’s noose. In short, he got away with murder. The files on The Jack the Ripper case will remain sealed to protect witnesses one-hundred and thirty years after the Whitechapel murders! ‘Helston portrays the lives of the murdered women, so often portrayed as victims devoid of personality and mere bit-part players in the drama that is Jack the ripper, with sensitivity and humour.’ ‘A brush with the law. Ha, ha.’< Less
Mercedes Marie By Billy Helston
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Mary Jane Kelly, youngest victim of Jack the Ripper, sustained a murderous assault so horrific her lover could only identify her by her hair and eyes. She travelled from Ireland, to Wales and France.... More > She lived in the West End of London, wore gowns of embroidered silk, and rode in fine carriages. Jack the Ripper ended her life in a squalid room, in the meanest street, in the most overcrowded, and deprived borough of London – Whitechapel. This is the Mary Kelly story.< Less
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Purgatory : Heaven Won't Wait By Billy Helston
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Matthew’s solemn pledge is to rid the world of the infernal necromancers’ infestation. The witchfinder struggles to achieve his life's ambition. She has bewitched him. Cast a spell that... More > killed his wife and sucked life’s breath from his son. Elspeth’s beauty melts before the mob’s gaze as if she were a fragrant candle. Elspeth rises on the heat from the pyre and tumbles to Earth from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. Louis, Elspeth's soul mate, holds the key to the gates of heaven. Not all may climb the silver stair to paradise. Loosely based on ‘A Matter of Life and Death’ with David Niven. ‘A deliciously dark fairytale, brimming with humour as black as a witches’ cat.’< Less
Kuriology Sculpture at Helston Museum : June 2017 By The Kuriologist
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Outsider - Raw Art: The Kuriologist Artist, Kuriology Sculpture Exhibition held in the gallery of the award winning Cornish Helston Museum. The debut solo sculpture exhibition of a self-taught... More > disabled artist in Cornwall. 'FROM BEHIND CLOSED DOORS' The sculptures had to fit into the artists perception of a 'Cabinet of Curiosities'or Wunderkammer. Created from re-purposed, recycled &/or found objects, into assemblage mixed media constructions, many with incorporated decoupage &/or papier-mache finishes. The creator of UK National LGBT History Month Project - Cornwall sculpture exhibition of historical figures in 2016. The artist also has digital representation of some of the sculptures on tour as part of 'Alternative Visions' exhibition through 2017/18 at Cheltenham Gallery, Bristol Museum & Gallery, Poole Museum & Gallery & Falmouth Art Gallery.< Less
The Ellis family in Cornwall By Charlotte MacKenzie
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This book reveals the history of the Ellis family in Cornwall through ten generations from Elizabethan times to the first world war. The earlier generations farmed in west Cornwall. Initially trading... More > as victuallers and merchants the family later established the Helston and Hayle breweries. It is a useful reference source for family and local historians.< Less
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Bruggan House is the residence for Tony and Maggie Roberts. The location is in Cornwall. A beautiful and lovely home.
Touching Heaven By Michael Jobling
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A historical romance set in fifth century Cornwall. A young Cornish Princess meets a Welsh Prince and falls in love with him, only to find that she is to be given in marriage to his father. Amid the... More > turmoil of a changing world their love is tested and matures as as a hidden power seems to guide their destiny?< Less
North and South By Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
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Nineteen-year-old Margaret Hale happily returns home from London to the idyllic southern village of Helstone after her cousin Edith marries Captain Lennox. She lived for almost 10 years in the city... More > with Edith and wealthy Aunt Shaw to learn to be a young lady. Margaret has refused an offer of marriage from the captain's brother, Henry, an up-and-coming barrister. Her life is turned upside down when her father, the local pastor, leaves the Church of England and the rectory of Helstone as a matter of conscience; his intellectual honesty has made him a dissenter. At the suggestion of Mr. Bell, his old friend from Oxford, he settles with his wife and daughter in Milton-Northern (where Mr. Bell was born and owns property). The industrial town in Darkshire (a textile-producing region) manufactures cotton and is in the middle of the Industrial Revolution; masters and workers are clashing in the first organised strikes.< Less

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