Can you help solve the mysteries of these pictures?
This is the unidentified photo's page, where I am happy to post pictures that
you may need help in identifying. So if you have a picture you would like
some help with, then please let me know and I will present it here for you.
Hopefully, there is someone out there who may be able to help. So if you
have a photo you would like presented here, please contact me in the first
instance before sending any attachments.
Joan Skurr has a beautiful painting of
a church which she believes was in Devon or Cornwall. Her
relatives lived in Penny Cross, then Chapel Street in East Stonehouse,
before moving to Bedford Place in Plymouth - so she would be
interested to know if this might have been a "local" church.
picture was probably painted during the 19th century, so it is unknown
if this church still exists. You can see that the
church has quite a
distinctive, unusual shaped spire. In the background looks to be a "headland" with a windmill,
this was a coastal parish.
Send Joan ideas
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