Annie Frost and Mary Searle
In this sunny churchyard, the metal cross marking the resting place of Annie and Mary has a magnificent view of the church. Here, it would seem appropriate to leave either a potted plant of rosemary - long noted for its association with remembrance - or a bunch of pretty flowers grown in Cornwall, when available, to commemorate these two young girls. Alternatively, white roses reflect simplicity and purity.
Teenage servant girls who drowned at Crantock