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About exHayle

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ancesters tin miners in St.Erth area. Had, quite exceptionally, once the privilege of descending Geevor, with my son, and walking a little way under the Atlantic (not possible now as flooded) but look at the Cornwall Submarine Mines Act of 1850 or so !!!

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Location England nowadays !!! (came from Hayle)
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Occupation retired occupational physician (special interest aviation medicine)
Joined 17/07/2009
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