St Erth Pictures

St. Erth, Cornwall Pictures

 

The photos in this file are the property of: Julie Williamson

For reproduction information, contact: jpwilli@bigfoot.com

 

St Erth Cemetary

This Inscription Reads: In Loving Memory Of Francis Maddern Died July 8, 1937, Aged 79
And Amelia His Wife, Died August 20, 1940 Aged 88
At Rest Also, Millie Daughter Of The Above Died Oct. 14, 1907, Aged 18.

 

St Erth Cemetary

This Inscription Reads: In Loving Memory Of Olive Mitchell Died 22, January 1979 Aged 92 Years
And Of Thomas Mitchell Died 10, December 1988 Aged 91 Years.

 

St Erth

"Holly Cottage" Family Home of Francis and Amelia Maddern (nee Stevens)
14 Tredrea (pronounced: tree-DRAY) Lane, St Erth, Cornwall

 

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This was our first impression of St Erth as we drove into town.

 

St Erth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Inside the St Erth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

 

St Erth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Inside the St Erth Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

 

St Erth Wesleyan Chapel

Monument of the South wall of the St Erth Wesleyan Chapel. Francis Maddern was the husband of Amelia Maddern (nee Stevens) Francis Maddern was a fully accredited local Methodist preacher in 1880.

 

St Erth Parish Church

St Erth Parish Church, in the foreground you can see the eastern end of the parapet of the 15th century bridge over the River Hayle. The road signs show the distance in miles to Hayle, Leedstown and Marazion, and the direction of St Erth Station. The single story building on the left is the parish hall which is used for meetings and events

 

St Erth

An intersection

 

St Erth

Amelia (Stevens) Maddern and Francis Maddern 50th Wedding Anniversary 1932

 


 

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