Parish Details for Falmouth All Saints

Falmouth All Saints

Falmouth All Saints comprises much of the new part of the town to the north and west. Falmouth is on a peninsula at the west side of the entrance to Carrick Roads, a large natural harbour on the south coast of Cornwall fed by the River Fal. Falmouth is the largest port in Cornwall whose real prosperity began in 1688 when it became a Post Office packet station. Brigantines sailed with mail to Spain, Portugal, West Indies and North American Colonies until 1852 when mail traffic was transferred to Southampton.

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Burials 1813-1837



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