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Rough Seas Boats at Peace Blowing Hole Colour Photo Circa 1890 Crab Pots 1894 The Quay Circa 1885 Boscastle Harbour Circa 1900 The New Breakwater Circa 1920 View To The Sea c1950 Harbour Walkway The Old Bridge Pictersque Boscastle St Juliots Church at Minster Forrabury Church Napoleon Inn Wellington Hotel c1906 Wellington Hotel Pickard Old Cottages Fore Street Tranquil Harbour Scene c1960 Boscastle 1802 Ladies Window, Trevalga Boscastle Goes To Sleep Old Lady West Boscastle 1880 Boscastle Store - West Caves - West Boscastle Full Colour - West Old Wellington 1850s Boat - West Valency - West Sunset - West Boscastle - Photo courtesy of Simon Lathlane Boscastle view - Photo courtesy of Simon Lathlane
More details On The Coach Have Been Sent To Me by Peter Marrow From Edinburgh. William Daniel Squire (Peter's great uncle) from Boscastle was the Coachman. It is believed his youngest son, Ernest Henry Squire, is the young ostler holding the horses at the bottom left of picture. William was known to all as Daniel Squire. He was a coachman in the summer months only & often drove the coach to Clovelly - another great tourist haunt like Boscastle at the time the photo was taken, ( 9July 1913, according to the Royal Institute of Cornwall.) At other times he was a manure dealer (probably guano) & horse trainer and dabbled in the 'Coasting' trade out of the little harbour at Boscastle. Daniel was one of ten children of Peter's great grandfather James Squire - the last flour miller in the village. James was successively at Otterham Mill, Jordan Mill, (just up the hill from the Wellington)  & finally at Bridge Mills which still forms such a fine central feature of the lovely valley next door to the Wellington hotel, by the bridge. Peter, who used to blow Daniel's Coaching horn when he was a small child, would be very pleased to hear from anyone who knew any of his Boscastle Squire family connections or maybe from a local historian. Can you help? Please note: I have been reliably informed that in fact the Coachman was Daniel Hockin and NOT Daniel Squire. Daniel was the Brother in law of Iris Hockin. Old Photographs By Courtesy Of Fred Siford Some Photographs Courtesy of Westerings Holidays Two Photos courtesy of Simon Lathlane New Selection Of Old Photographs Kindly Supplied by Geoffrey Bayfield of Tintagel
Boscastle Boat Boscastle Store - West Boscastle Harbour Boscastle Bottreaux House Boscastle Bridge Boscastle in Colour Boscastle Breakwater Boscastle Villa 59 Boscastle Store - West Boscastle Down Street
Copyright © David Flower 2000-2017 Disclaimer: No part of this website may be reproduced, stored on a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the written consent of tintagelweb.co.uk (David Flower). You may however, download on to a personal computer owned or controlled by yourself and you may make a single copy of any part of this publication, for your private use or study. Tintagelweb, nor it's affiliates, are not liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of information or material contained in the site or from your access to the web sites of customers or other material on the internet obtained via links from this site.
CONTACT E-mail: flowcrick@aol.com Phone: 01840 770775

TINTAGEL - KING ARTHUR COUNTRY
BOSCASTLE OLD PHOTOS
Rough Seas Boats at Peace Crab Pots 1894 The Quay Circa 1885 View To The Sea c1950 Harbour Walkway St Juliots Church at Minster Forrabury Church Wellington Hotel Pickard Old Cottages Boscastle 1802 Ladies Window, Trevalga Boscastle 1880 Boscastle Store - West Old Wellington 1850s Boat - West Boscastle - Photo courtesy of Simon Lathlane Boscastle view - Photo courtesy of Simon Lathlane Blowing Hole Colour Photo Circa 1890 Boscastle Harbour Circa 1900 The New Breakwater Circa 1920 The Old Bridge Pictersque Boscastle Napoleon Inn Wellington Hotel c1906 Fore Street Tranquil Harbour Scene c1960 Boscastle Goes To Sleep Old Lady West Caves - West Boscastle Full Colour - West Valency - West Sunset - West
More details On The Coach Have Been Sent To Me by Peter Marrow From Edinburgh. William Daniel Squire (Peter's great uncle) from Boscastle was the Coachman. It is believed his youngest son, Ernest Henry Squire, is the young ostler holding the horses at the bottom left of picture. William was known to all as Daniel Squire. He was a coachman in the summer months only & often drove the coach to Clovelly - another great tourist haunt like Boscastle at the time the photo was taken, ( 9July 1913, according to the Royal Institute of Cornwall.) At other times he was a manure dealer (probably guano) & horse trainer and dabbled in the 'Coasting' trade out of the little harbour at Boscastle. Daniel was one of ten children of Peter's great grandfather James Squire - the last flour miller in the village. James was successively at Otterham Mill, Jordan Mill, (just up the hill from the Wellington)  & finally at Bridge Mills which still forms such a fine central feature of the lovely valley next door to the Wellington hotel, by the bridge. Peter, who used to blow Daniel's Coaching horn when he was a small child, would be very pleased to hear from anyone who knew any of his Boscastle Squire family connections or maybe from a local historian. Can you help? Please note: I have been reliably informed that in fact the Coachman was Daniel Hockin and NOT Daniel Squire. Daniel was the Brother in law of Iris Hockin. Old Photographs By Courtesy Of Fred Siford Some Photographs Courtesy of Westerings Holidays Two Photos courtesy of Simon Lathlane New Selection Of Old Photographs Kindly Supplied by Geoffrey Bayfield of Tintagel
Boscastle Boat Boscastle Store - West Boscastle Harbour Boscastle Bottreaux House Boscastle Bridge Boscastle in Colour Boscastle Breakwater Boscastle Villa 59 Boscastle Store - West Boscastle Down Street
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