Interesting light on his failure to receive any honour from the Crown until his last days can be found in the recently published, second volume of the diary of Woodrow Wyatt, a fellow Cornishman
e popular Cornishman
bagged 12+1 to lead Birmingham to a condence-boosting win over Eastbourne and he wants more of the same at his former club Coventry tomorrow.
The tall Cornishman
was despatched through midoff by Rudolph who then cut Raine for four, whilst Rees also unfurled a rasping straight drive against Shreck.
Kathleen Mackinnon of The Cornishman
pub in Crantock, Cornwall, said her cellar was under 4ft of water.
The BBC television series The Genius of Invention, broadcast last month, rightly acclaimed the Cornishman
for making the vital breakthrough - first in developing high-pressure steam engines and then in giving the world steam locomotives.
ON BENDED KNEE After the second race in the paddock at Newton Abbot Cornishman
Matt Bailey proposed to Tamsin Hill and she accepted, which is just as well as the third contest on the card was entitled 'The Will You Marry Me Tamsin Novices Chase'.
admits his ambition to reach the top was fuelled by a youthful obsession with Roy of the Rovers.
, Robert trained as a journalist and teacher before entering the LAMDA drama school.
1) True or False: A Cornishman
living in Cornwall is free to fly the flag of St Piran - the county's saint - without permission.
However, Bearman, 29, will have to wait at least next season, when the Cornishman
becomes eligible for Wales on grounds of residency.
Harris's fellow Cornishman
Barker steps up to the Elite League full-time after being a huge success as No.
FIRST, a Cornishman
writing to push the assemblies and now "Red Ken": what is that all about?