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Bolenowe

Bolenowe
Bolenowe is located in Cornwall
Bolenowe
Bolenowe
 Bolenowe shown within Cornwall
OS grid reference
Civil parish Camborne
Unitary authority Cornwall
Ceremonial county Cornwall
Region South West
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town CAMBORNE
Postcode district TR14
Dialling code 01209
Police Devon and Cornwall
Fire Cornwall
Ambulance South Western
EU Parliament South West England
UK Parliament Camborne and Redruth
List of places
UK
England
Cornwall

Bolenowe (Cornish: Boslenow, meaning dwelling of strip-fields) is a village in west Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is approximately one-and-a-half miles (2 km) southeast of Camborne.[1] It consists of cottages that are spread apart by large gardens, the only amenities are a post box and a red phone box that has now been decommissioned.

History

The first record of the name was Boslaynou in 1321. A Hamelinus Bolyneu was named as one of three taxatores for the parish of Camborne in a Lay Subsidy roll of 1327. During the 16th century the occupiers of Bolenowe were titled tirek, which in the Cornish language means landed or rich in land. The Bolenowe estate may have extended to 100 Cornish acres. Bolenowe was known for producing bees wax at this time.[2]

Notable residents

It is famous as the birthplace of the poet John Harris.

Bolenowe

During the 16th century

References

  1. ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 203 Land's End ISBN 978-0-319-23148-7
  2. ^ Thomas, Charles (Spring 2007). "Terak Richard of Bolenowe". Old Cornwall XIII (No 8). 


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