Memories of Newlyn

Think title this photo should be spelt 'Trewarveneth St' .My family come from Newlyn (Grandmother Mary Jenkin , born 1902,lived in Orchard place,Newlyn ) I have come across some connection with this street and I am trying to find out more. Thank you - spelling now corrected - Editor

This photograph shows "The Old Quay" which was a medieval construction inside the outer arms of the Newlyn Harbour. Behind the Old Quay is the South Pier and the extreme end of the North Pier shows to the left of the picture (the other side of the harbour mouth). Outside the harbour you can see the "stoneboats" (...Read full memory)

This is a photo of Henry Kitchen, my mother's grandfather, who was also one of Stanhope Forbes' favourite models.  He was painted sitting in the rowing boat in Forbes' painting 'The Lighthouse', which now hangs in Manchester Art Gallery, and I have also read an account of  a diary which he kept, when taken to London to (...Read full memory)

This is not so much a memory, but the man in the photo is my great, great, great grandfather, and his boat behind. I think the lady is Fanny Matthews who I believe is also a relative - but not sure how.

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