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Caption for Camelford, King Arthur's Grave 1906: Many places stake a claim to be either the burial place of King Arthur or the site of his last battle. His last battle was at Camlann, whose name means crooked bank, or glen.

Memories of Camelford

I have been researching my family tree and it seems that my great-great-grandfather was born in St Breward, Camelford.  His name was William J Burnard. His mother was called Ann and his father's name was James. He also had a brother called Thomas. My hope is that someone will be able to tell me more and whether there are (...Read full memory)

In January 1917, my grandfather, Percy Smith, a young soldier from Australia, was on leave from the Front in France. He visited a family in Camelford, and this is the letter he wrote home to his sister. I would love to know more about the family and the area he visited. ******* Helston Manor Camelford Cornwell (...Read full memory)

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