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THE NUTE FAMILY
Tintagelweb would like to thank Cynthia Dawson (nee Nute) and Glenda Davies (nee Nute) for allowing us to feature the Nute Family on our website.
Beckett Jewell in His Trap Robert and Ethel Maud Nute Camelford & District ARP Greta At The Vicarage She  Married Cyril Barsby Donkeys On Bossiney Beach Workman Outside Tintagel Playing Fields Tommy Tattum Died in July 28th 1918 in a POW Camp
Robert and Ethel Maud Nute
Beckett Jewell in His Trap
Donkeys on Bossiney Beach
Greta At The Vicarage She Married Cyril Barsby
Tommy Tattum Died on July 28th 1918 in a POW Camp. Buried in St Souplet British Cemetery, France. Remembered on the Tintagel War memorial
Workman Outside Tintagel Playing Fields. Back Row: Reg Nute, Bill Edwards, Fred Angove, G.Bickle and Maurice (Buck) Edwards Front Row: Johnny Symons, Steve Cann, T.Pascoe and Harry Curtis
Camelford & District ARP  Used to meet at the Old Workhouse, Camelford They served in Plymouth, digging out & clearing shelters during the blitz. Back Row: Charlie Dale, Rozlyn Grigg, Frank Bluett, Guy Inch, Sam Mitchell, Wilfred Rundle, Jack Saltern & Harry Saltern. Middle Row: Bill Dale, Bill Rich, Harry Rush, Ern Jasper, Arthur Keast, Fred Burnard, Reg Nute, Charlie Couch & Emmanuel Saltern. Front Row: Fred Morrish, Len Milton, Jack Braund, Maurice Mills, Arthur ?, Arthur Hannaford, Wilfred Treweeks, Frank Secombe, Reg Cook & Cyril Nute
Parade In Tintagel Victory Parade
Parade In Tintagel Victory Parade?  
Richard Heard Trebarwith Village
Richard Heard Trebarwith Village
Trebarwith Strand 1900
Trebarwith Strand 1900
Trebarwith Strand After 1939 - 45 War
 Trebarwith Strand After 1939 - 45 War Note The Concrete Tank Traps
Village Scene 1900
Tintagel Village Scene
Tintagel Village Scene
The Old Toll House
The Old Tolle House
Shops looking towards the Old Toll House Village Scene 1900
Shops Looking Towards The Old Tolle House
Tintagel Main Street  June 12th 1903. L to R: Elijah Heard's Stables  Fry's Slaughter House                          Herbert Nute's Butchery                 The Old Post Office                           Major Cotton's Sturge Studio           Langdon's The Wootons
Tintagel Main Street  Cottages At Tregatta 1907
Cottages At Tregatta 1907 These were replaced by a Terrrace  of Houses
Tintagel Main Street 1940s
Tintagel Main Street 1940s
Long Grass Quarry   Situated Below The Youth Hostel  Long Grass Quarry
Long Grass Quarry   Situated Below The Youth Hostel Castle Island In The Background In The Pictures Are Bill Prouse, Tom Dawe, Dick Dawe, (Uknown) and George Menhenick
Nehemiah Nute, was born at Delabole in 1852 the second son of Robert and Mary Ann Nute. He married Hannah Teresa Broad, in1875 and they had ten children but, sadly, not all survived. Nehemiah in 1891 was a farmer at Rockhead Farm Delabole but in the late 1890s the family moved to Tintagel and built Tintagel House which became a Post Office and Guest House. Tintagel House is a large double fronted house in the main street and at the back were large stables for the horses. The mail had to be collected twice a day from Camelford Railway Station by horse and trap and if visitors were expected or had to be taken to the station, then it could mean several trips a day. Telegrams were delivered as they came in to all parts of the parish.                                                                                                      Mary Elizabeth, was the eldest daughter of Nehemiah and Hannah; she was born in 1876 -1941 and married Thomas Heard of Tintagel. Mabel b.1878 -1910 but died age 31 and is buried with her parents in the Churchyard Tintagel. William Herbert b. 1879-1952, was known as Herbert. He was a butcher and built Lancelot House, opposite Tintagel House, part of which was a butchers shop. He married Lily Rush in 1903 and they had one son, Gordon who married Gladys Cornelius and they had two sons Philip and Geoffrey.   Lily worked with Gordon in the butchery business until they moved to Halgabron Farm in 1936 where Philip Nute and his family farm today.
The Nute Family of Tintagel Back Row: Herbert,  Minty,  Bessie,  Mabel, Gertrude and Robert Front Row  Nehimiah, Haddy and Hannah
The Nute family of Tintagel Herbert Nute Butcher
Herbert Nute
Copyright © David Flower 2000-2016 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
THE NUTE FAMILY
Tintagelweb would like to thank Cynthia Dawson (nee Nute) and Glenda Davies (nee Nute) for allowing us to feature the Nute Family on our website.
Beckett Jewell in His Trap Robert and Ethel Maud Nute Greta At The Vicarage She  Married Cyril Barsby Donkeys On Bossiney Beach Tommy Tattum Died in July 28th 1918 in a POW Camp
Robert and Ethel Maud Nute
Beckett Jewell in His Trap
Donkeys on Bossiney Beach
Greta At The Vicarage She Married Cyril Barsby
Tommy Tattum Died on July 28th 1918 in a POW Camp. Buried in St Souplet British Cemetery, France. Remembered on the Tintagel War memorial
Workman Outside Tintagel Playing Fields
Workman Outside Tintagel Playing Fields. Back Row: Reg Nute, Bill Edwards, Fred Angove, G.Bickle and Maurice (Buck) Edwards Front Row: Johnny Symons, Steve Cann, T.Pascoe and Harry Curtis
Camelford & District ARP
Camelford & District ARP  Used to meet at the Old Workhouse, Camelford They served in Plymouth, digging out & clearing shelters during the blitz. Back Row: Charlie Dale, Rozlyn Grigg, Frank Bluett, Guy Inch, Sam Mitchell, Wilfred Rundle, Jack Saltern & Harry Saltern. Middle Row: Bill Dale, Bill Rich, Harry Rush, Ern Jasper, Arthur Keast, Fred Burnard, Reg Nute, Charlie Couch & Emmanuel Saltern. Front Row: Fred Morrish, Len Milton, Jack Braund, Maurice Mills, Arthur ?, Arthur Hannaford, Wilfred Treweeks, Frank Secombe, Reg Cook & Cyril Nute
Parade In Tintagel Victory Parade
Parade In Tintagel Victory Parade?  
Richard Heard Trebarwith Village
Richard Heard Trebarwith Village
Trebarwith Strand 1900
Trebarwith Strand 1900
Trebarwith Strand After 1939 - 45 War
 Trebarwith Strand After 1939 - 45 War Note The Concrete Tank Traps
Village Scene 1900
Tintagel Village Scene
Tintagel Village Scene
The Old Toll House
The Old Tolle House
Shops looking towards the Old Toll House Village Scene 1900
Shops Looking Towards The Old Tolle House
Tintagel Main Street  Cottages At Tregatta 1907
Cottages At Tregatta 1907 These were replaced by a Terrrace  of Houses
Tintagel Main Street 1940s
Tintagel Main Street 1940s
Long Grass Quarry   Situated Below The Youth Hostel  Long Grass Quarry
Long Grass Quarry   Situated Below The Youth Hostel Castle Island In The Background In The Pictures Are Bill Prouse, Tom Dawe, Dick Dawe, (Uknown) and George Menhenick
The Nute Family of Tintagel Back Row: Herbert, Minty, Bessie, Mabel, Gertrude and Robert Front Row:  Nehimiah, Haddy and Hannah
The Nute family of Tintagel Herbert Nute Butcher
Herbert Nute
Tintagel Main Street 
Nehemiah Nute, was born at Delabole in 1852 the second son of Robert and Mary Ann Nute. He married Hannah Teresa Broad, in1875 and they had ten children but, sadly, not all survived. Nehemiah in 1891 was a farmer at Rockhead Farm Delabole but in the late 1890s the family moved to Tintagel and built Tintagel House which became a Post Office and Guest House. Tintagel House is a large double fronted house in the main street and at the back were large stables for the horses. The mail had to be collected twice a day from Camelford Railway Station by horse and trap and if visitors were expected or had to be taken to the station, then it could mean several trips a day. Telegrams were delivered as they came in to all parts of the parish. Mary Elizabeth, was the eldest daughter of Nehemiah and Hannah; she was born in 1876 -1941 and married Thomas Heard of Tintagel. Mabel b.1878 -1910 but died age 31 and is buried with her parents in the Churchyard Tintagel. William Herbert b. 1879-1952, was known as Herbert. He was a butcher and built Lancelot House, opposite Tintagel House, part of which was a butchers shop. He married Lily Rush in 1903 and they had one son, Gordon who married Gladys Cornelius and they had two sons Philip and Geoffrey.   Lily worked with Gordon in the butchery business until they moved to Halgabron Farm in 1936 where Philip Nute and his family farm today.
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