St Day Road Cemetery, Redruth

Click on the numbered locations on the map below to explore some of the people who are laid to rest here:
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Martha Eastwick & family

A Redruth family with connections to Mexico
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Ellen Vincent

A young lady who died while working at Agar Mine. Her brother was the grave-digger here.
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Ellen Vincent

A young lady who died while working at Agar Mine. Her brother was the grave-digger here.
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3

Ann Bullen & Ethel Annear

Sisters who were widowed by World War One.
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4

Sir Arthur Carkeek

Public works contractor who built many landmark buildings, and a public servant
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5

Verona & Donald Francis

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Brother and sister from Redruth who perished serving in World War Two.  
 
6

Stanley Street

Redruth boy who died at sea, serving in the Navy, aged 17
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7

Three Jeffery brothers

Willie, William & Clarence. Three brothers who died in infancy, and never met.
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8

Rosina & Hannah Saunders

Sisters reunited after almost 80 years
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9

Stanley Street

William Rudd

Traction engine driver who died at Gallipoli in World War One
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10

Stanley Street

John Arthur Lambert

Child evacuee who died at Tehidy Hospital during World War Two 
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11

Stanley Street

Thomas Plint

Miner at East Pool Mine, Illogan Highway, who died in an accident aged 23
 
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