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Credis (Creddis Criddis) Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

Parish: Petherick.

A copper mine at Creddis was a small scale venture in Little Petherick. The shaft at Creddis was no deeper than thirty fathoms and employed no more than forty men. Talskiddy.

As far as I can find out, the original name for this mine, was CREDIS. It has since been called CREDDIS & CRIDDIS. Pickwick

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Last updated September 19th 2010 by pickwick
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Last updated September 19th 2010 by pickwick

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