Lelant bibliography

© Maxwell Adams 2003-2014

Version: 1 September 2014

See also Lelant references at Cornwall Record Office, the Royal Institution of Cornwall, and the Public Record Office which are on this website and are not included in this bibliography. There is a section on maps at the end of this bibliography.

BL British Library, Euston, London
CFHS Cornwall Family History Society, Truro
CSL Cornish Studies Library, Cornwall Centre, Redruth
ML Morrab Library, Penzance
RIC Royal Institution of Cornwall, Truro
SIA St Ives Archives
Pages noted in square brackets refer to Lelant

ACTON Bob (1992) A view from Trencrom Landfall Publications, Devoran [pages 60, 79]

ADAMS Maxwell (1995a) The gentleman and the rag collector (Copy at CFHS. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 4 August 1995. The 1881 Census for Lelant.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1995b) Inspecting the station gates (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 13 October 1995 and Old Cornwall xii.11 autumn 2002, 31-36. Lelant Parish Council 1894-1934.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1995c) Shops in Lelant sixty years ago (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 24 November 1995.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1996a) Burials at Lelant in the last century (Copy at CFHS. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 16 February 1996. St Uny's burial register 1813-1837.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1996b) O call back yesterday, bid time return (On this website. A shortened version in St Ives Times and Echo 17 May 1996. Crime and mischief.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1997a) Victorian justice in Lelant (On this website. A shortened version is in St Ives Times and Echo 24 January 1997. Two 1879 court cases of stealing coal and stealing plants.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1997b) The stones of Lelant (On this website. A shortened version, The ancient stone crosses of Lelant, is in St Ives Times and Echo 17 October 1997.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1997-2004) Notes on Lelant (Private research notes.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1998a) Crossing the estuary (On this website. A shortened version is in St Ives Times and Echo 6 March 1998.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1998b) Bloodbath in Scotland, market and fairs in Lelant (Copy at CFHS. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 20 August 1998. The grant in 1296 of a weekly market and two yearly fairs.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1998c) Murders most foul (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 25 September 1998. Murders in 1284 and 1302 at Ludgvan and Lelant.)

ADAMS Maxwell (1999) Lelant vicar jails Cinderella (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 16 April 1999 and Romany Routes June 2004, 271-276.) The jailing in 1864 of a gipsy family.

ADAMS Maxwell (2000a) The sands of printless foot (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 17 March 2000. Finds in Lelant sands in 1875 and 1903.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2000b) The real and true name of Lelant (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 2 June 2000. Various spellings of the name of Lelant.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2001a) Death in darl waters (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 5 January 2001. The drowning of the Lelant ferryman and his passengers.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2001b) Uny (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 9 March 2001. A survey of the evidence for the existence of Uny.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2001c) Once in a lifetime at Lelant (St Ives Times and Echo 20 April 2001. Photograph by James Adams in Cornishman 19 April 2001 and Western Morning News 21 April 2001. Aurora borealis at Lelant 11 April 2001.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2002a) By work or by other means (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 7 June 2002. An account of the robbery of a Lelant farmer, John Christopher, in 1843.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2002b) To the barricades! Well, perhaps not (St Ives Times and Echo 15 November 2002. Claimed right of way over Lelant Wharf/Dynamite Quay.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2003a) The lions of Lelant (On this website. Also a first version in St Ives Times and Echo 7 March 2003. Lelant dead of World War I.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2003b) The radical summer of Thomas Treweeke (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 7 and 14 November 2003. Campaigns of a Lelant politician.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2004a) Anta (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 24 January 2004. The gender of St Anta.)

ADAMS Maxwell (2004b) A tithe barn at Lelant? (On this website. Also in St Ives Times and Echo 12 November 2004. The possible site of a tithe barn.)

ANON (1675) 'The improvement of Cornwall by sea sand, communicated by an intelligent gentleman well acquainted in these parts to Dr Dan. Cox' in Philosophical transactions volume 10, year 1675, pages 293-296 (Lelant mentioned on page 294)

ANON (1817) General survey of the county of Cornwall

ANON (undated, C20th) St Uny Lelant (booklet) Tempest, Lelant

ANON (2012) 'Lelant: more tales of yore' in New Contact (St Uny and St Anta churches magazine. Also see TONKS Ruth in this bibliography.) May 2012 [26-27]

APPLEBY Cedric (1978) 'St Erth checklist: additions' in Cornish archeology [132] (house on Hayle Causeway)

APPLEBY Cedric (1984) Some glimpses into the history of Lelant Methodist Church (Typescript at RIC. A history of the Primitive and Wesleyan chapels at Lelant, mainly the latter.)

BABTIE Group Ltd (2002) Hayle harbour hydrodynamic modelling report Commissioned by Penwith district council [final revision 28 November 2002] (includes discussion of Lelant Water)

BAIRD RD (circa 1960) Cornish crosses (Typed manuscript text and photographs, includes Lelant. At RIC.)

BAKER Mary Green (1993) Primrose time: a Cornish childhood remembered Landfall Publications, Devoran

BARKER Oswald J (1999) 'The St Ives branch: Britain's most westerly branch line' in Railway bylines [journal, 8 July 1999, volume 4, issue 8, page 344-355]

BARTON Rita M (1970) Life in Cornwall in the early nineteenth century 1810-1835 D Bradford Barton, Truro [59-60, 125-126, 147, 151 including Hayle and the estuary] (Extracts from the West Briton)

BARTON Rita M (1971) Life in Cornwall in the mid nineteenth century 1835-1854 D Bradford Barton, Truro [132, 188] (Extracts from the West Briton)

BARTON Rita M (1972) Life in Cornwall in the late nineteenth century 1855-1875 D Bradford Barton, Truro [78] (Extracts from the West Briton)

BARTON Rita M (1974) Life in Cornwall at the end of the nineteenth century 1876-1899 D Bradford Barton, Truro [19] (Extracts from the West Briton)

BENNETT Alan (1987) Cornwall through the mid-nineteenth century Kingfisher Railway Productions, Southampton [8, 28 illustration, 30] (Social and economic history)

BENNETT Alan (1988) The Great Western Railway in Cornwall Runpast Publishing, Cheltenham [35-36]

BENT Francis (1901) 'On the occurrence of flint flakes and small stone implements in Cornwall' in Journal of the RIC [417]

Bermondsey Deaf and Dumb Asylum Records (Later called the Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate. Refers to Henry MURLEY of Lelant at the asylum 1827-32. Copy at CFHS.)

BLEWETT Richard R (Spring 1973) 'The Black Death in West and Mid Cornwall, 1377' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [524-533]

BLIGHT JT (1856) Ancient crosses and other antiquities in the west of Cornwall Simpkin, Marshall, London [14, 26, 31, 57] (Copy at ML). Facsimile published 1997 as Blight's Cornish crosses Oakmagic Publications, Penzance.

BLIGHT JT (1856) Sketchbook 1 [front page dated March 1856; pages 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88] (Sketches of stone crosses and brief captions. At ML.)

BLIGHT JT Sketchbook 3 [no date; pages 90-92] (Sketches of a cross and the church and brief captions. At ML.)

BLIGHT JT (1865) Churches of west Cornwall Parker and Co, London [2nd edition 1884-85, 120-130; based on articles originally published 1862-64 in Gentleman's Magazine; 1st edition of the book 1865.] (Copy of second edition at Truro Reference Library)

BOASE George Clement and COURTNEY W Prideaux (1874-1882) Bibliotheca Cornubiensis Green, Reader, and Dyer, London (3 volumes)

BOASE George Clement (1890) Collectanea Cornubiensis Netherton and Worth, Truro

BOOTH William (1891) Twenty one years' Salvation Army [14] (first published 1891, republished Elibron/Adamant Media Corporation 2005)

BORLASE W (1758) The natural history of Cornwall Facsimile edition by E and W Books, London, 1970

BORLASE William (1768) Letterbook 3 [276] (Draft of letters from Borlase, this one dated May 1768 to William Symonds, Vicar of Lelant; at ML)

BOTONER William (See William Worcester)

BOWLES Charles (1805) A short account of the hundred of Penwith R Hurd, Shaftesbury (Contains on pages 41-43 the names of six people paying rent for land and a watercourse in Lelant parish to the Manor of Conerton. At RIC.)

BRAY Lena and Donald (1981) St Ives heritage Landfall Publications, Devoran [94f]

British architect 16 December 1887 [number xvi, 441-482]. Also published as DAVISON T Raffles Down to Lands End (description and sketches of St Uny's; text in West Briton 13 October 1887)

BROOKE Justin (September 1983) 'Cornish mines and miners' in Journal of CFHS [9] (Mentions one Lelant mine agent and manager)

BROOKE Justin (1997) Henric Kalmeter's account of mining and smelting in the southwest in 1724-1725 [2 volumes: ii 221, 234, 239, 287-288] (Includes an account of a smelting house at Lelant. Copy at Morrab Library and RIC.)

BROWN H Miles (1980) The Catholic revival in Cornish Anglicanism 1833-1906 [15] (No publisher given, copy at CFHS, reference to Tyacke, vicar of Lelant)

BROWN Kenneth and ACTON Bob (1997) Exploring Cornish mines Landfall (Volume 3)

BUCKLEY JA (1987) Tudor tin bounds: West Penwith Dyllansow Truran

BURGIN Nellie (2009) 'What has happened to Lelant Town?' in St Ives Times and Echo 13 March 2009

Burials at Lelant Parish Church 1812-1837 CFHS (An index in alphabetical order of surname of people buried)

CAMPBELL Stella M (1962) 'The haveners of the medieval dukes of Cornwall and the organisation of the duchy ports in Journal [124]

CARDEW Alexander (1926) A memoir of the Reverend Cornelius Cardew Netherton and Worth, Truro

CARNE Joseph (1828) 'Ancient coins of Hayle' in Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall [136-149] (Abbreviated title; coins found while excavating for the Causeway 1825)

CARTER Clive (1970) Cornish shipwrecks: Volume 2, the north coast David and Charles, Newton Abbot [54-91]

CHANNON Joyce (1987) The St Ives Weekly Summary 1889-1910 St Ives Printing and Publishing, St Ives (Extracts from the newspaper)

CHESHER VM and FJ (1968) The Cornishman's house D Bradford Barton, Truro [45]

CHESTERTON Margaret (1995) A Cornish policeman's child Excalibur Press, London [chapters 2-5, 7] (Includes living at Lelant 1925-about 1928)

CHOPE R Pearse (1918) Early tours in Devon and Cornwall JG Commin, Exeter; reprint 1967 by David and Charles, Newton Abbott (Includes Leland's Itinerary)

CLIFFORD H Dalton (1958) 'A house designed for its view' in Country Life 17 April 1958 [833-834] (An illustrated account of Little Tregilly, Green Lane, Lelant)

CLINKER CR (1963) Railways of Cornwall 1809-1963 David and Charles, Newton Abbott [9-10]

COOK Michael (1958) The diocese of Exeter in 1821 Devon and Cornwall Record Society [18, 19, 85, 86] (Lelant vicar's answers to questions from the Bishop of Exeter about religion in Lelant. Copy at CRO.)

COOKE GA (18..) A topographical and statistical description of the county of Cornwall Sherwood and Company, London [33]

COOKE Ian McNeil (2003) Crosses and churchway paths in the Lands End peninsula: Lelant, St Ives, and Towednack [volume 7] Men-an-Tol Studio, Bosullow

COOMS Roy E (2003) Violets: the history and cultivation of violets BT Batsford (Lelant is mentioned as one of the noted places in Coprnwall for violets on page 18)

Cornish Archeology (1969) 'Parochial checklists' (Lists antiquities in the parish of Lelant)

Cornish Archeology (1984) 'Gazetteer of long cist cemeteries in Cornwall' [175] (Lists the walled grave discovered in 1875 on the towans)

Cornish headstone inscriptions in Bendigo cemeteries Australia Bendigo Group of the Genealogical Society of Victoria (Copy at CFHS)

Cornish Life (November 1960) 'Lelant: the Cinderella village' [200-201] (Lelant's winning the Cornwall tidiest village competition; brief text and six small pictures)

Cornish Life [December 1980, pages 7,12, 21-23] (Some 1980 photographs of Lelant)

Cornish Methodist History Association Journal [volume 545 page 371 and volume 543 page 368] (Wesleyan Chapel at Trendreath, Lelant, 1895)

Cornishman 2 March 2000 (Story and photograph about Lelant tapestry; also see entry for FLETCHER Steve)

Cornishman 28 September 2000 'Two projects from Lelant' (Short article about the tapestry and photographic collection)

Cornishman 9 October 2003 'Found: waywarden stone' (With small photograph. Waywarden stone of 1830 found at Lelant by Maxwell and James Adams.)

Cornish Scene (1989) Lelant garden centre restaurant [Winter 1989, 65]

Cornish World (Winter 2003/2004) Aurora borealis: photograph and account [16-17]

Cornwall Burial Index 1813-1837, Lelant (1996) CFHS (Alphabeticised by surname)

Cornwall Magazine (November 1960) 'The tidy villages of Cornwall: Lelant and Poughill'

Cornwall Marriage Index 1813-1837, Lelant (1992) CFHS (Alphabeticised by surname)

Cornwall Marriage Transcription Index 1679-1812, Lelant (1996) Cornwall Family History Society (Transcription, alphabeticised by surname, from Phillimore and Taylor)

COURTNEY JS (1845) A guide to Penzance and its neighbourhood E Rowe, Penzance

COX John Charles (1912) The churches in Cornwall George Allen, London [page 151 describes the architecture of the interior of St Uny's church; pages 44 and 45 describe a slate memorial and the Charles I letter panel; also pages 11, 23, 125, and 253]. Cox lived 1843-1919.

CULVER John (2003) St Uny: fact or fiction (A booklet about the history of the church based on a talk by Jim WHITE)

CURNOW William J (December 1997) 'Strays reconnected' in Journal of CFHS [14] (About Andrew Curnow and his family; he was baptised 1781 at Lelant, moved to Somerset, and remarried)

DANIELL Christopher (1996) Death and burial in medieval England 1066-1550 Routledge [89]

DANIELL JJ (1854) A compendium of the history and geography of Cornwall Netherton and Worth, Truro (Substantially revised by JH Collins and 4th edition of 1906 by Thurstan C Peter)

DAVIES GCB (1951) The early Cornish evangelicals SPCK, London [23, 28]

DAVIES-FREME ET (1947) A short description of St Uny, Lelant (Booklet about the church by a Lelant vicar, various republication dates)

DEXTER TFG and DEXTER Henry (1938) Cornish crosses: Christian and pagan Longmans Green, London (Includes a chapter on the pre-Christian identity of Uny)

DICKASON GB (1978) Cornish immigrants to South Africa 1820-1920 AA Balkema, Cape Town [109] (Copy at CFHS)

DINES HG (1956) The metalliferous mining region of southwest England (Volume 1) [126]

DOBLE Gilbert Hunter (1939) Lananta:a history of the church and parish of St Euny Lelant King's Stone Press, Long Compton

DOBLE Gilbert Hunter (1960) 'Saint Euny or Uny' in The saints of Cornwall (Part 1) Parrett and Neves, Chatham [79-86]

DOUCH HL (1966) Old Cornish inns D Bradford Barton, Truro [209]

DOUCH HL (1984 ) Cornwall muster roll 1569 TL Stoate, Almondsbury

DOUCH HL (March 1986) 'Runaway apprentices of Cornwall' in the Journal of CFHS [16-20] (Details three Lelant runaways: John Arthur, John Curgenven, and Andrew Quick)

DOUCH HL (1991) 'Gone away! Runaway apprentices in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries' in Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall [85] (Includes a Lelant incident reported in the Royal Cornwall Gazette of 14 January 1815)

DOUCH HL (no date) Cornish pubs (Manuscript notes at the RIC, includes newspaper references to The Badger/Praed Arms/New Inn and The Ship)

DRIFFIELD WM Journal (Manuscript, includes Lelant Primitive Methodist Chapel)

DUNKIN EHW 'Notes on some of the ancient stone crosses of west Cornwall' in Notes and queries [15 May 1869, 4th series, volume 3, number 72] (five Lelant crosses discussed on pages 450-451)

DUNSTAN GR (ed) (1963-1972) The register of Edmund Lacy, Bishop of Exeter 1420-1455 [Volumes 1-5] Devon and Cornwall Record Society (Volume 5 has an index to Lelant references in the other volumes of the Register. Also see entry for HINGESTON-RANDOLPH.)

EDMONDS Richard (1862) The Land's End District J Russell Smith, London [157, 206-207]

EDWARDS Charles S. [1953] 'A Cornish miner emigrates to Australia' in Journal of the RIC [33-43] (Details of the emigrations of John Roach Edwards from 1852)

EDWARDS Jeremy Charles (1993) The Penberthys: a family portrait (Published privately, contains references to Penberthys at Lelant. Copy at CFHS.)

ELLIOTT-BINNS LE (1955) Medieval Cornwall Methuen, London [192-193, 328n, 379]

ELLIS GE (October 1941) 'Two ancient crosses recently found in West Cornwall' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [3:10, 430-431, illustrations page 428]

'Enquiry into the mortality of miners in the district of Lelant' Annual Report of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society 1858, pages 1-38

ENYS John Davies Interleaved edition of Langdon's 'Old Cornish crosses' (At RIC. Note on Langdon cross number 5.)

FARR Grahame (1975) The ship registers of the Port of Hayle 1864-1882 National Maritime Museum, Greenwich [2]

FISHER Michael (Spring 1993) 'Marriage lines' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [168-172] (An account of marriage entries in the Lelant Parish Register 1878-1988)

FLETCHER Steve 'Healing people for over thirty years in west Cornwall' in Cornishman 11 November 1999, page 27 (John BLACKALLER and Hazel HARMER, healers then living at the Saltings, Lelant; includes a photograph of them)

FLETCHER Steve 'Jane finds costume making the perfect pick-me-up' in Cornishman 2 March 2000, page 21 (Jane BADCOCK of Trevenwvyth, St Ives Road, Lelant who makes costumes for ballet dancers; includes a photograph of her)

FLETCHER Steve 'Villagers unite to create historic tapestry for Lelant' Cornishman 9 March 2000, pages 24 and 25 (Story and photographs of the unveiling on 29 February 2000; also see entry for Cornishman 2 March 2000)

FOX HSA and PADEL OJ (ed) (2000) The Cornish lands of the ARundells of Lanherne: fourteenth to sixteenth centuries Devon and Cornwall Record Society

FREETH George (1876) 'On some extracts from the Ministers Accounts, relating to the Arundell Estates in Cornwall' in Journal of the RIC [287] (Refers to planting rushes in the sand in West Cornwall in 1581)

GILBERT CS (1820) An historical survey of the county of Cornwall (Volume 2) Longman etc, London

GILBERT Davies (1838) Parochial history of Cornwall (Volume 3) JB Nichols and Sons, London [5-13]

GILBERT Thomas (1777) Report from the committee appointed to inspect and consider the returns made by the overseers of the poor.../style> /em> Runpast Publishing, Cheltenham [3/span>5-36] (Parliamentary report dated 15 May 1777. Lelant has places in the poorhouse for fourteen paupers)

GILLARD Bridget and NEWELL Kate (October 2005) Historic characterisation for regeneration: Hayle Cornwall County Council: Hisem>Tudor tin bounds: West Penwith toric Environment Service (occasional reference to Lelant)

GLENCROSS RM (1932) Calendar of wills, administrations, and accounts... in the Consistorial Archidiaconal Court of Cornwall British Record Society, London (Part 1 covers 1569-1699, Part 2 covers 1700-1799)

GLT (1910) 'The passing of the ferryman' in Western Morning News 10 March 1910

Gnoll estate management papers at West Glamorgan Archives at Neath Mechanics Institute: NAS E/17/3-6, 19/161-165, 19/180-181, 20/10-11, 21/236 (financial transactions etc involving Praed and Mackworth people and Lelant)

GOACHER Hayley and MOSSOP Matt (June 2011) Lelant Quay, St Ives, Cornwall: historical and archeological recording Archeological Consultancy Ltd, Halvasso, Penryn

GOLDEN Shirley Ann (September 2000) 'The travels of Joseph Edmonds' in the Journal of CFHS [16-17] (Mentions several nineteenth-century people called Edmonds who come from Lelant)

GOVER JEB (1948) The place names of Cornwall (Volume 6) [635-658] (Manuscript at CRO giving various recorded spellings of the name Lelant, 1200s-1600s.)

GRAY Peter (1993) Steam in Cornwall Ian Allen, Shepperton

GRAY Todd (1992) Harvest failure in Cornwall and Devon Institute of Cornish Studies [xxix] (Seventeenth century, mentions Penwith not specifically Lelant)

GRAY Todd (ed) (2000) Cornwall: the travellers' tales (Volume 1) Mint Press, Exeter [pages 11-12 have Leland's comments on Lelant, page 179 has a postcard of 1903 from MBD to Thomas P Wren in Church Road, Lelant]

GREVILLE M 'Cornishmen in Australian gold rush days' in the Cornishman 22 October 1959 (An account of Martin Hosking of Lelant and Ballarat)

FOX HSA and PADEL OJ (ed) (2000) The Cornish lands of the Arundells of Lanherne: fourteenth to sixteenth centuries Devon and Cornwall record Society

HALL GDG (1978) Three courts of the hundred of Penwith 1333 (includes separate cases involving Nicholas le Taverner de Lananta and Hugo de Lananta. Copy at RIC.)

HALL Ralph 'More Cornish entries from the London Gazette' in the Journal of CFHS [March 1984, 32] (Bankruptcy of Waldron Andrews 1836)

HALLIDAY FE (1959, 2nd ed 1975) A history of Cornwall Duckworth, London [127, 157, 281]

Harrod's Directory of Devon and Cornwall (1878) DG Harrod and Co, Norwich

HARVEY David (1977) 'The tithing framework of West Cornwall' in Cornish Studies Five University of Exeter Press [1977, 35]

HARVEY David C and JONES Rhys (1999) 'Custom and habit(us): the meaning of traditions and legends in early medieval western Britain' in Geografiskia annaler [Series B, Human geography, 81, 4, pages 223-233]

HARVEY David C (2000) 'Landscape organisation, identity, and change: territoriality and hagiography in medieval west Cornwall' in Landscape research Routledge [July 2000. 25, 2 pages 201-212]

HARVEY WH (about 1989) A century on the towans West Cornwall Golf Club, Lelant (A history of the golf club)

HAWKE Neil (2013) 'Ships ended their lives at Wards' in Cornishman 27 June 2013 (Shipbreaking at Dynamite Quay, Lelant)

HENCKEN H O'Neill (1932) The archeology of Cornwall and Scilly Methuen, London (Stone Age to Dark Ages, including Lelant parish)

HENDERSON Charles (ca 1930) Notes for a supplement to AG Langdon's "Old Cornish crosses"[69] (manuscript at RIC, HEND/AGL/SUPPL circa 1930)

HENDERSON Charles (1923-24) 'The ecclesiastical antiquities of one hundred and nine parishes of West Cornwall' in Journal of the RIC [1956, 153] (Boundary dispute between St Erth and Lelant)

HENDERSON Charles 'The ecclesiastical antiquities of one hundred and nine parishes of West Cornwall' in Journal of the RIC [1958, 234-235] (Lelant vicar's dispute with St Ives and Towednack; pages 297-304. Written 1923-4.)

HENDERSON Charles (1963) Essays in Cornish history D Bradford Barton, Truro [86f]

HENDERSON Charles Topography of Penwith [Volume 1, page 20 a stamping mill, Langweath and Trevethoe mills; volume 1, page122, a stone cross at Lelant; volume 66, page 27, medieval stores and lights at Lelant] (Manuscript at the RIC)

HENDERSON Mary (1952-1983) A survey of ancient crosses of Cornwall 1952- 1983 (Manuscript at RIC, illustrated, includes Lelant)

HICKS Joyce (June 1987) 'Lelant' in Journal of CFHS [9-10]

HIGGANS John (September 1998) 'Uren of Lelant' in Journal of CFHS [32-33] (Brief details about some Uren from Lelant)

HIGGANS John (September 1998) 'Hayle ship's captains and mates' in Journal of CFHS [25] (List of names and provenance of captains and mates, including four Lelant-born names)

HIGGANS John (Autumn 1989) 'The old water mills of Hayle, i' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [440-446 ] (Mentions Lelant corn trading and Lelant origin of miller)

HIGGANS John (Spring 1990) 'The old water mills of Hayle, ii' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [487-497] (Refers to Loggans miller's daughter fetching corn from Lelant)

HIGGANS John (Autumn 2005) 'Hayle quays' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [31-35; refers to quays at Lelant on page 32, map on page 34]

HILL and MCALLISTER (1906) Geology of Falmouth and Camborne [254] (West Wheal Towan/West Wheal Lucy mines)

HINGSTON FC (1850) Specimens of ancient Cornish crosses, fonts, etc WJ Cleaver, London (Drawings 4, 6, and 37 are of crosses in Lelant, copy at ML)

HINGESTON-RANDOLPH FC (1886-1899) Episcopal registers of the diocese of Exeter [6 volumes, years 1257-1419 with some gaps] (Mainly indexes with copious extracts from the registers. Also see entry for DUNSTAN.)

HITCHINS Malachy (Reverend) (1802) An account of antiquities discovered in Cornwall (Letter of 9 December 1802 from Hitchins to Joseph Banks about the discovery of a supposed military foundry in the "parish of Lanant." Copy at ML.) See also Archeologica xv, 118-121.

HOBLYN W Treffry 'Consistory Court depositions 1569-1572' (1936) in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [11] (Extract about Agnes Davy defamation case)

HODGE James H 'Further records' in Old Cornwall [Volume 3, page 267] (Examples of St Ives/Lelant rivalry through sayings and hurling)

HOLMES Jonathan (1995) St Ives Bay Chalford Publishing Co, Chalford [All pictures, 80- 83, 87, 100-101]

HOSKING Richard (ca 1904) Incidents in the life of Martin Hosking (Photocopy at CFHS)

HOWELL VJ (March 1986) 'A Uny Lelant will' in the Journal of CFHS [12] (Will of John Pearse of Lelant which was proved in 1748)

HUDSON WH (1908) The Land's End, a naturalist's impressions in West Cornwall Hutchinson, London (Variously republished; 1981 by Wildwood House, London) [226-229, 237-244 in 1981 edition]

HULL PL (1971) The caption of seisin of the Duchy of Cornwall, 1337 Devon and Cornwall Record Society [lvii, 12, 137, 139-140. Original at PRO.] (Lelant as a port in the fourteenth century.)

HUNT Robert in Western Antiquary for March 1884 [234-235]

Index of Cornish migrants to Victoria Australia Cornish Association of Victoria (Copy at CFHS)

JAGO Robert (March 1984) 'The strays index' in the Journal of CFHS [23-27] (Names Thomas Cock of Lelant, marrying 1693 at Plymouth)

JAMES Beryl (1988) Tales of the tinners' way Dyllansow Truran [page 57, 'The half-face, Lelant', a ghost story]

JAMES CC (Winter 1954) 'Early tin smelting in Cornwall' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [269-273] (Includes a brief reference to Lelant tin going to Calenick smelter 1700s)

JENKIN AKH (1961) Mines and miners of Cornwall, Around St Ives (Volume 1) Republished 1978 by Forge Books, Bracknell [37-42, 49]

JENKIN AKH (1970) Cornwall and its people Dent [a composite book of three works published 1932-34]

JENKIN AKH (An annotated 25 inch Ordnance Survey map for Lelant at Cornish Studies Library, Redruth)

JENKINS AL et al (1985) Hayle Estuary: a report on the wildlife and ecology of the Estuary Cornwall Trust for Nature Conservation (Now Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Allet)

JENNINGS Henry R (1936) Historical notes on Madron, Morvah, and PenzanceSaundry, Redruth [83] (Lelant using joint poorhouse at Marazion. See CRO DDP 133/16B/5)

JONES Cecil P (1980) A little guide to the parish church of St Uny Lelant

KALMETER Henric (circa 1724) Journal (Kalmeter visited Cornwall in 1724, refers to a smelting house at Lelant. There is a translation of his Journal in Justin BROOKE 1997; Kalmeter's Lelant entry is at pages 287-288 in Brooke)

KELLY Jill (1995) Fifty years on Lelant Village Produce Association

Kelly's directory(annual)

KENT Alan (March 1988) 'Curgenven: ancient or modern' in Journal of CFHS [24] (Curgenven and Lean family of Lelant in seventeenth century)

KENT Alan (March 1989) 'Memorial to Peter Curgenven 1684-1729, Great Waltham, Essex' in the Journal of CFHS [25] (Curgenven was from Lelant)

KAIN Roger JP et al (1995) The tithe maps of England and Wales: a cartographic analysis and county-by-county catalogue CUP (Lelant pages 85-97)

KILVERT Francis (1989) Kilvert's Cornish diary July-August 1870 edited by Richard Maber and Angela Tregoning [74, 100, 114] Alison Hodge, Bosulval, Penzance (Only passing mentions of Lelant)

KOWALESKI Maryanne (2000) 'The expansion of the southwestern fisheries in late medieval England' in The economic history review [August 2000. 53(3) pages 429-454]

KOWALESKI Maryanne (2001) The havener's accounts of the earldom and duchy of Cornwall 1287-1356 Devon and Cornwall Record Society, Exeter [120, 156, 292, 297]

KRANJ Elaine (1993) The Geelong Cornish Geelong Family History Group (Copy at CFHS)

LACK William et al (eds) (1997) The monumental brasses of Cornwall Monumental Brass Society (Lelant also mentioned in the Bulletin of the Monumental Brass Society, Bulletin number 76, page 338)

LAMBERT Craig L (2011) Shipping the medieval military: English maritime logistics in the fourteenth century Boydell Press (Lelant mentioned in Appendix 1, page 211, as a port supplying ships to military expeditions in the 1370s. See BL Additional MS 37494 folios 17v-36v)

LANGDON Arthur G (1896) Old Cornish crosses Joseph Pollard, Truro. Facsimile reprint 1988 by Cornwall Books, Wheaton Publishers, Exeter [97-98, 114, 143-144, 144-145, 161, 213-214, 217, 220, 223-224] (Langdon's manuscript copy at RIC)

LANGDON Arthur G (1906) 'Early Christian monuments' in Victoria history of the county of Cornwall Archibald Constable, London [volume i, 426, 427 illustration, 429] (stone crosses)

LANGDON AG (1909) Additional crosses [Illustrations 22, 23, and 32 are of Lelant crosses] (At RIC.)

LANGLEY Martin and SMALL Edwina (1984) Estuary and river ferries of southwest England Waine Research Publications [42-44 Lelant/Hayle ferry, derived in part from information given by Dolly Roach]

LANKESTER Edwin (ed) (1846) Memorials of John Ray Ray Society, London [Ray's passage through Lelant 30 June 1662, page187] (Copy at ML)

LAY Patricia (1998) One and all: the Cornish in New South Wales Heritage 2000 Plus, Queanbeyan [footnotes on pages 105 and 106]

LELAND John (1534-43) Itinerary [74, 75, 86, 87 in Polsue edition] (Cornwall part printed in Chope (1918 ) page 20. Leland's Itinerary as far as relates to Cornwall is also in 'Supplementary papers' at the back of volume 4 of POLSUE Joseph (1872) Lake's parochial history of the county of Cornwall Lake, Truro. Reprinted 1974 by EP Publishing, Wakefield. Copy of Polsue at CSL. Leland's itinerary for Cornwall is also reproduced in Todd GRAY Cornwall: the travellers' tales)

Lelant and Carbis Bay, Cornwall (about 1925) Abbey Publicity, Croydon (official guide, 16 pages, includes map, at Westcountry Local Studies Library, Exeter. Versions published about 1930 and 1935 called Carbis Bay and Lelant, Cornwall are at Torquay Local Studies Library)

Lelant model village (about 1981) Published at St Ives, Cornwall (no author given)

Lelant sand dunes 1987 (1988) [report 12 in the series National sand vegetation survey] Nature Conservancy Council

LEWIS Samuel (1831) The topographical dictionary of England S Lewis, London (5 volumes including maps)

Logbooks of the headteachers of Lelant National School 1898 onwards (St Uny School, Carbis Bay has these)

LYSONS Daniel and LYSONS Samuel (1814) Magna Britannia: Cornwall T Cadell and W Davies, London (volume 3 deals with Cornwall) [xxx, xl, xlv,149-151]

MACLEAN John (1872) 'Poll tax accounts for Cornwall 1377' in Journal of the RIC [39] (Gives tax and population)

MATTINGLY Joanna (1989) 'The medieval parish guilds of Cornwall in Journal of the RIC [290-329]

MATON WG (1794-96) Observations of the western counties of England

MATTHEWS John Hobson (1892) A history of the parishes of St Ives, Lelant, Towednack, and Zennor Elliott Stock, London (JH MATTHEWS 1858-1914)Accesible on Internet Archive website

McGUINESS TW (1940) 'Changes of population in West Cornwall with the rise and decline of mining' in Annual Report of Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society [33, 57, 77]

MITCHELL Vic and SMITH Keith (2001) Branch lines to Falmouth, Helston, and St Ives Middleton Press [Lelant Saltings and Lelant 100-107]

Monumental inscriptions at Lelant churchyard and cemetery Cornwall Family History Society (Alphabetical index of names on gravestones)

MURPHY Rosaline J (1974) 'The ecology of the Hayle Saltmarsh: its history and present condition' in Cornish Studies University of Exeter Press [41-64]

NANCE R Morton (1953) Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies (Untitled article signed 'RMN' (RM Nance?) says "A missel thrush is...in Lelant a 'quaker' ")

National School, Lelant records. Records of the National Society, Lambeth Palace Library NS 7/1/7723

NOALL Cyril Bequest (At RIC with Lelant material mostly in boxes 13 and 14)

NOALL Cyril (1956) 'William Booth at Lelant' in St Ives Times 14 December 1956

NOALL Cyril (1957) 'Jack the ferry's' [sic] in St Ives Times and Echo 19 April 1957

NOALL Cyril (1958) Beloved Saint Ives [20 Ship Inn, 46-53 Lelant ferry] (Copy at SIA)

NOALL Cyril (1960a) The night that "Curl" party ran riot' in St Ives Times and Echo 1 January 1960 (a party at Lelant in the time of king George IV)

NOALL Cyril (1960b) 'The old harbour and Brewery Quay of Lelant' in St Ives Times and Echo 12 February 1960

NOALL Cyril (1960c) 'Strange legends of old Lelant Town' in the Cornishman 8 December 1960

NOALL Cyril 'St Ives broad gauge branch line of eighty five years ago' in St Ives Times and Echo 29 June 1962

NOALL Cyril (1963) A history of Cornish mail coaches and stage coaches D Bradford Barton, Truro

NOALL Cyril (1964a) 'Nineteenth century discoveries at Lelant' in Cornish archeology [34-36] (Shortened version of his Cornishman article of 8 December 1960)

NOALL Cyril (1964b) 'When spelling bees were all the rage in West Cornwall in the Cornishman 9 January 1964

NOALL Cyril and FARR Graham (1965a) Wreck and rescue round the Cornish coast D Bradford Barton, Truro [18-19]

NOALL Cyril (1965b) 'Building the St Ives branch railway' in St Ives Times and Echo 15 October 1965

NOALL Cyril (1971) Smuggling in CornwallD Bradford Barton, Truro [15]

NOALL Cyril (1972) Cornish seines and seiners D Bradford Barton, Truro [15, 109-110]

NOALL Cyril (1977a) 'Cutting a way to Carbis Bay' in St Ives Times and Echo 1 July 1977 [Part 5 of 'The story of the branch line']

NOALL Cyril (1977b) The book of St Ives Barracuda Books, Chesham [13f, 26f, 75f]

NOALL Cyril (1982) The St Ives mining district Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall [volume 1, pages viii, 3, 9-11, 16-22]

NOALL Cyril (June 1983) 'Napoleon's Cornish prisoners' in Journal of CFHS [10-12; see also Old Cornwall volume 6, number 3] (Lists two Lelant prisoners held in France in 1811 and Pocock 1998 in this bibliography. Derived from a list in the Royal Cornwall Gazette 25 April 1812.)

NOALL Cyril (1985) The book of Hayle Barracuda Books, Chesham [81, 111-114, 125-126]

NOALL Cyril (1989) (ed PAYTON Philip) Cornish mining disasters Dyllansow Truran, Redruth [136-137]

NORDEN John (circa 1584) Speculi Britanniae pars: a topographical and historical description of Cornwall Christopher Bateman, London (Published 1728, facsimile published 1966 Frank Graham, Newcastle. Copy at CSL.)

Old Cornwall(1925) 'The squire's ghost, a traditional Lelant tale' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [no author given, 1:1, April 1925; reprinted in 1990 Special Edition, pages 25-29]

Old Cornwall (Summer 1947) 'Peter Martin and John Wesley' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [no author given, 205-208]

Old Cornwall (Spring 1965) [no author given, 361] (Photograph and brief account of the erection of a stone cross in Fat Lane/The Links, Lelant on 5 October 1964)

Old Cornwall (Autumn 1986) 'Cornish dialect words' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [no author given, 117] (Says all gladiolus byzantinus plants are called 'Cousin Jack' in Lelant)

OLIVER George (1846) Monasticon dioecesis Exoniensis PA Hannaford, Exeter and Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London [33, 37, 38, 40, 41, 80, 82, 86, 426, 461] (A collection of Cornish monastic records. Copy at ML includes supplements.)

ORME Nicholas (ed) (1992) Nicholas Roscarrock's Lives of saints Devon and Cornwall Record Society (Cambridge University Library MS Add 3041 C) [29, 230]

ORME Nicholas (2007) Cornish wills 1342-1540 Devon and Cornwall Record Society

PADEL OJ (1985) Cornish place-name elements English Place-Name Society, Nottingham (Discusses hypothecated lann though does not mention Lelant)

PAGE John Lloyd Warden (1897) The north coast of Cornwall W Crofton Hemmons, Bristol; and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, London [147, 203]

PASCOE S (no date) On the Cornish coast (newspaper cuttings from Cornish Telegraphincluding 1877 opening of St Erth/St Ives branch line railway with much detail about Lelant. At CSL, C 914.237.)

PASCOE WH (1981) The history of the Cornish Copper Company Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall [62, 76, 94]

PASCOE WH (1985) Teudar, a king of Cornwall Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall

PAYTON Philip J (1984) The Cornish miner in Australia Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall [120]

PAYTON Philip (1987) The Cornish farmer in Australia Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall [101]

PAYTON Philip (1995) 'Cornish emigration in response to changes in the international copper market in the 1860s' in Cornish Studies 3 University of Exeter Press [1995, Second Series, 70, 73]

PAYTON Philip (1999) The Cornish overseas Alexander Associates, California [110, 137, 236, 263]

PEARCE John (1964) The Wesleys in Cornwall D Bradford Barton, Truro [28-30, 128, 134, 139, 145-146]

PEARCE SM (1978) Dumnonia [71, 89] (The towans findings of 1875)

PEARCE Susan (1982) 'A new Bronze Age rapier from the River Fowey and the Bronze Age weapon tradition in Cornwall' in Cornish archeology [105, passing reference to bronze findings in Lelant]

PEARSE Richard (1963, revised 1964) Ports and harbours of Cornwall HE Warne, St Austell [109, 110, 117]

PENALUNA W (1819) The circle or historical survey of sixty parishes and towns in Cornwall William Penaluna, Helston [151-153] (Copy at RIC)

PETER Thurstan Collins (1903) The history of Glasney Collegiate Church, Cornwall Camborne Printing and Stationery Co [34, 80]

PHILBRICK EM (1973) 'The Redruth to Penzance turnpike road' in Journal of the Trevithick Society [68-70]

PHILLIMORE WPW and TAYLOR Thomas (ed) (1906) Marriages at St Uny Lelant 1679- 1812 Phillimore and Company, London [volume 9, arranged by date of marriage]

PHILP Des (1994) No time for tears Dyllansow Truran, Cornwall [9, 161-3, 193] (Reminiscences of Hayle with three references to Lelant)

Photographs of Lelant (About three hundred photographs and postcards of Lelant people and places, mainly twentieth century, being the Collection of Lelant History Society at St Ives Archives. Also see Postcards in this bibliography.] (Also Western Morning News 7 May 1996, an old photograph of Fore Street, Lelant)

Photograph of pupils, with names, in Miss Noy's class at Lelant National School in 1945 in St Ives Times and Echo 6 May 2005 page 6

Photograph of the mixed gauge line at Lelant about 1900 in JENKINS Stanley C 'The St Ives branch' in Great Western Railway Journal 1992, volume 3, number 8, pages 3-34

Photograph at Lelant quay about 1895 in Archive (railway magazine) December 1998, number 20, pages 50-51

POCOCK Sally (June 1998) 'Napoleonic prisoners' in Journal of CFHS [12-13] (list of prisoners of the French from Cornwall published in the Royal Cornwall Gazette of 25 April 1812, including two from Lelant. See Noall 1983 in this bibliography.)

POINTER Geoffrey R (about 2000) Sad memories of a summer day (An account by an evacuee of an incident at Lelant during World War II)

POLSUE Joseph (1870) Parochial history of the county of Cornwall (Volume 3) W Lake, Truro; reprint 1974 by EP Publishing, Wakefield [97-104]

POOL Anne (1938) Lelant parish registers (Handwritten transcription by Anne Pool up to 1812; includes Bodmin transcripts. At the RIC.)

POOL Anne (April 1938) 'Some notes on the church of St Euny Lelant' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [3:3, 106-110]

POOL Anne (October 1939) 'St Uny Lelant churchwardens' accounts' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [/em> [Volume 1, page 20 a stamping mill, Langweath and Trevethoe mills; volume 1, page122, a stone cross at Lelant; volume 66, page 27, medieval stores and lights at Lelant] (Manuscript at the RIC) /span>p>3:6, 252-255]

POOL Anne (October 1942) 'The relief of the poor in the eighteenth century' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [3:12, 487-491] (Churchwarden accounts of Ludgvan and Lelant. Includes a brief reference to ove/span>rseers' accounts in Lelant.)

POOL Anne (Spring 1944) 'The church plate of St Euny Lelant' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [pages 94-95]

POOL PAS (1959) 'The Penheleg manuscript' of 1580 in Journalof the RIC [163-228] (Numerous references to sixteenth century shipwrecks and legal cases at Lelant)

POOL PAS (1973) The place names of West Penwith Federation of Old Cornwall Societies (Includes a map of the former boundaries of the church parish; most Lelant entries are for the rural parts of the parish)

POOL PAS (1981) 'The tithings of Cornwall' in Journal of the RIC [275-337] (Includes two Lelant murders in 1284 and 1302, derived from papers by Charles Henderson at the RIC)

POOL PAS (1986) William Borlase [11, 208-209] Royal Institution of Cornwall, Truro (The letter on pages 208-209 is from the Borlase Letterbook 3, 276 at ML)

Postcards of Lelant at the Cornish Studies Library, Redruth [Volume 25, six views of Lelant places from the earlier part of the twentieth century. Also see Photographs in this bibliography.]

POTTS Richard (1974) A calendar of Cornish glebe terriers 1673-1735 Devon and Cornwall Record Society [Terrier of 1679 on pages 85-86, Terrier of 1727 on page 86]

POUNDS NJG (1994) The culture of the English people Cambridge University Press [276- 277] (Discusses the efforts of St Ives and Towednack to become independent of Lelant parish church)

POUNDS NJG (2000) A history of the English parish: the culture of religion from Augustine to Victoria Cambridge University Press [93, an illustration of Lelant parish]

PRESTON-JONES Ann (1994) 'Decoding Cornish churchyards' in Cornish archeology 1994,number 33, pages 71-95 [73, 79]

PROBERT John CC (October 1962) 'Cornish chapels: comments on architecture and arrangement' in the Journal of Cornish Methodist Historical Association [126] (Discusses Trendreath Chapel)

PROBERT John CC (1971) The sociology of Cornish Methodism Cornish Methodist Historical Society [10, 19, 42, 47, 73]

PROBERT John CC (undated) Primitive Methodism in Cornwall Cornish Methodist Historical Society [58, 72 chapel at Lelant]

Quarter Session documents (At CRO, calendared)

RADLEY GP (1987) National sand dune vegetation survey: site report number 12: Lelant dunes, Cornwall Nature Conservancy Council

RANCE Anne Marie (2012) Climate change related to sea-level rise and coastal erosion: a problem for the future? Hayle, Cornwall a case study [18-23] (MSc degree work, Open University) (www.hayle.net/council/documents/S810EMA.pdf)

REDDING Cyrus (1842) An illustrated itinerary in the county of Cornwall How and Parsons, London [183] (Copy at CSL)

REED Margaret and PENBERTHY Jane (1991) 'Lelant' in The Cornwall village book Countryside Books, Newbury and the Cornwall Federation of Women's Institutes, Truro

ROBERTS AS (September 1968) 'How the church began in Carbis Bay' in Contact, the Lelant and Carbis Bay Anglican church magazine

ROGERS John Percival Praed of Trevethoe [272] (Pedigree, at Society of Genealogists, London)

ROWE John (1953) Cornwall in the age of the industrial revolution Liverpool University Press [320-321] (1867 inquiry into distress among the working class in west Cornwall)

ROWSE AL (1941) Tudor Cornwall Cape, London (New edition, Macmillan 1969)

RUSSELL Vivien (1969) 'Parochial check list of antiquities' in Cornish archeology [121]

RUSSELL Vivien (1971) West Penwith Survey Cornwall Archeological Society, Royal Institution of Cornwall, Truro (A parochial checklist)

RUSSELL Vivien (1977) 'Cross sites in Penwith' in Journal of RIC [302-304] (Includes some Lelant crosses)

St Ives Times 12 November 1954 'New Lelant keeps its old charms and graces'

St Ives Times and Echo 14 February 1975 'Memories of Lelant's last ferryman'

St Ives Times and Echo 29 September 2000 'Lelant History Trust' (Short article about the tapestry and photographic collection)

SALMON Arthur L (1903, 4th ed 1920) Cornwall Methuen, London

SALMON Arthur L (no date) The heart of the west Robert Scott, London [243-245]

SCHWARTZ Sharon P (Spring 2004) 'Foreign house names in Cornwall' in Old Cornwall Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [2-11] (photograph of plate of Chilecito Villas, Lelant, with comment, page 3)

Scrapbook (1965) Lelant Women's Institute (A miscellany of Lelant in 1965, includes photographs and advertisements. At the county WI headquarters.)

SEARLE Ken (2005) One and all: a history of policing in Cornwall: the Cornwall constabulary 1857-1967 Halsgrove, Tiverton [details of police officers and their service]

SEDDING EH (1909) Norman architecture in Cornwall

SEDDING John D (1887) 'A ramble in West Cornwall' in British architect [16 December 1887, 443-478] (Includes views of Lelant)

SHAW Thomas (1967) A history of Cornish Methodism D Bradford Barton, Truro (Joseph Grieves carried over the River Hayle to Lelant and St Ives) [95]

SHIMON Jennifer (1990s) 'Lelant: do you remember?' in Contact, the Lelant and Carbis Bay church magazine (1930s Lelant)

Slater's Directory (1852-53), Lelant entries are under Hayle in the Cornwall section (Copy at CRO)

SMITH Matthew and MILLS Sophie (September 2013) Archeological desk-based assessment: Gonwin Farm (MS/KB/15933) CgMs Consulting [in relation to a planning application, Cornwall Council PA13/09107; includes historic archeology in rural Lelant]

SNELL Lawrence S (1955?) The Edwardian inventories of church goods for Cornwall [38, 62] (No publisher given)

SNELL LAWRENCE S (1967) The suppression of the religious foundations of Devon and Cornwall Wordens, Marazion [90]

SPARROW Elizabeth M (April 1988) 'The roots of Penwith society' in the News Magazine for of the Cornwall Association of Local Historians [12-14]

STOATE TL (1974) Cornwall protestation returns 1641 TL Stoate, Almondsbury

STOATE TL (1981) Cornwall hearth and poll taxes 1660-64 TL Stoate, Almondsbury

STOATE TL (1985) Cornwall subsidies in the reign of Henry VIII 1524 and 1543 and the benevolence of 1545 TL Stoate, Almondsbury

STOATE TL (1987) Cornwall military survey 1522 and a tinners muster roll 1535 TL Stoate, Almondsbury

STOCKDALE FWL (1824) Excursions in the county of Cornwall Simpkin and Marshall, London [90-91]

STONE J Harris (1912) England's riviera: a topographical and archeological description of Land's End Cornwall and adjacent spots of beauty and interest Kegan Paul,Trench, Trubner and Co, London [81, 106, 199-200, 321-322, 324-325, two photographs of church and stone cross between page 321 and 322]

SULLIVAN Brian (Autumn 1995) 'Hayle-Lelant ferry' in Hayle Pump

SULLIVAN Brian (2011) Hayle in World War II St Ives Printing and Publishing, St Ives, Cornwall (several references to Lelant)

SYMONS R (1884) 'Lelant' in Geographical dictionary or gazetteer of the county of Cornwall F Rodda, Penzance

TANGYE Michael (November 1995) 'The great hurricane of 1823' in Cornwall today [41-43] (General account of pilchard availability and a gale, includes St Ives Bay)

TAYLOR Thomas (1916, facsimile 1995) The Celtic Christianity of Cornwall 1995 publisher: Llanerch Publishers, Felinfach [22, 90, 95, 121]

THACKER Alan and SHARPE Richard (ed) (2000) Local saints and local churches in the early medieval west OUP

THOMAS Charles (1985) To the lighthouse Summaries and Plain Digits, Truro (Godrevy Lighthouse)

THOMAS David St John (1960) Regional history of the railways West Country London [121, 191]

THOMAS Ivor (1947) 'Isthmus of Penwith' in Annual Report of Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society [32-89]

THOMAS N (1990) Personal Comment about Chapel Anja (At Cornwall Archeological Unit of Cornwall County Council)

THOMAS Paul (1990) 'The population of Cornwall in the eighteenth century' in Journal of the RIC [416-456] (Lelant parish population in 1745, 1765, and 1779)

THORN Caroline Frank (ed) (1979) Domesday Survey of Cornwall Phillimore, Chichester

THORNE Graham (1992) The St Ives Branch and Hayle Wharves Railway CHB Publishing

TODD AC and LAWS Peter (1972) Industrial archeology of Cornwall David and Charles, Newton Abbott [231-232]

TODD AC (1977) The search for silver: Cornish miners in Mexico 1824-1947 [47]

TONKS Ruth (2012) 'Lelant: tales of yore' in New Contact (St Uny and St Anta churches magazine) April 2012 [26-27] (Also see Anon entry)

TOY H Spencer (1936) The history of Helston OUP [185, 595]

Transactions of the Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian Society (1889-1890) [108-111] (Includes reference to the finds in the Lelant towans in 1875, copy at ML)

TROTT Nellie (1914) 'Vicars of Lelant' in Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries (8.1)

VALLENTIN Rupert (1910) 'Notes on the fauna of St Ives Bay for 1908' in the Journal of the RIC [136-139]

Victoria county history of Cornwall (1906) (See entry for Arthur G Langdon)

VIVIAN Stanley (April 1992) 'Carnsew: a name to conjure with' in Journal of the Cornwall Association of Local Historians [15] (Includes a map of foot crossings of Hayle Estuary)

WALLIS John (1847) The Cornwall register Printed by Liddell and Son, Bodmin [32, 168, 223] (Some statistics about nineteenth century Lelant. Copy at ML)

WARNER Richard (1809) A tour through Cornwall in the autumn of 1808

WEASER Lawrie (1975) 'We love to ride that St Ives ferry' in the Cornishman 6 February 1975 (Lelant/Hayle ferry)

WEATHERHILL Craig (1981) Belerion: ancient sites of Land's End Alison Hodge, Penzance [69 ] (Some Lelant crosses)

Western Antiquary (January1884) Plymouth, Latimer and Sons [204-204a] (Drawings by John McDonald with brief notes of two stone crosses "in or near" Lelant Churchyard)

Western Antiquary (April 1884) Plymouth, Latimer and Sons [259] (A drawing by Samuel Knight with brief notes of a copper sundial at Lelant Church)

WHETTER James (1995) The Bodrugans Lyfrow Trelyspen, St Austell [44 and 122, Trembetha; 163 mentions Lelant in passing]

WHETTER James (1998) Cornwall in the thirteenth century Lyfrow Trelyspen, Gorran [79, 84, 87, 96, 100]

WHITE James (2003) (ed CULVER John) St Uny: fact or fiction (Booklet)

Wild Cornwall (Spring 2001) Cornwall Wildlife Trust (photographs of St Uny's grounds)

Wild Cornwall (Summer 2002) Cornwall Wildlife Trust (mining bee)

WORCESTER William (circa 1450) Itinerary [98, 104, 105 in Polsue edition] (The Cornwall part of Worcester's Itinerary is in 'Supplementary papers' at the back of volume 4 of POLSUE Joseph (1872) Lake's parochial history of the county of Cornwall Lake, Truro. Reprinted 1974 by EP Publishing, Wakefield. Copy of Polsue at CSL.)

Maps

Hayle and Lelant 1876 (reprint of OS map) Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett (2007)

Lands End and Isles of Scilly (reprint of OS map) Cassini Publishing, East Garston. Old Series map 203, 1813; New Revised Series map 203, 1900; Popular map 203, 1919.

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