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Status - Active, 2 volumes published, volunteer research in progress.
Volume I of VCH Cornwall, published in 1906 was the only completed volume until work restarted in the county in 2002.
Since then the Cornwall VCH has completed two England's Past for Everyone projects, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and produced two paperback books; 'Cornwall and the Cross: Christianity 500-1560' and 'Cornwall and the Coast: Mousehole and Newlyn' and the second volume of the red book series, published in late 2010.
Whilst awaiting funding for the next project, to be based in the 'clay country', work has begun on a 'Parish Template'. Under the guidance of two experienced retired archivists a team of volunteers has been trained to extract information from probate records held in Cornwall Record Office.
Volunteer work is now being completed. Please contact central office staff for information on future VCH work in Cornwall.
Launceston People and Probate 1750 to 1850 - An exhibition at Lawrence House...
VCH Cornwall Bridge Day Report 2014
VCH Cornwall has some surplus Cornish Local History books for sale at reduced...
The Cornwall VCH volunteer group's probate transcripts are now online
As the probate transcriptions for the period 1751-1857 are now complete, the vol...
Volunteers have now started work on the probate records of Roche parish –...
The parish of St Dennis is the neighbouring parish to the north of St Stephen in...
The parish of St Thomas lies mostly on the west side of the town and south of th...
The parish of St Stephen is the largest of the Launceston parishes and the most...