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Hawke's Point (Wheal Fanny Adela) Copper Mine (United Kingdom)

Working under the name of Wheal Fanny Adela;-
Parish - Uny Lelant;
Produce Tin, Copper and Lead;
Purser, A.H.D.Vivian (Vivvian), Camborne;
Managers Joseph Vivian and Sons, Reskadinnick, Camborne;
Agent, H.Skewes;
Engineer, W.Bennetts;
Payday, First Saturday in the month;
25 Fathoms deep;
5 persons employed.
Operated: 1851-1870
Output: 670T Copper, 1T Ochre, some Tin
Rems: Some cavernous levels and tunnels opening out onto beach, some flooded. May now be gated.

Parish: Uny - Lelant
Further reading:

"The St. Ives Mining District, Vol.1" by Cyril Noall (1982)

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Major Mining Region

Hawke's Point Copper Mine belongs to the St. Just and West Cornwall region.

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