William Shilson

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The setting here at St Laudus churchyard is that from another century; set on a tiny lane out of the village of Mabe, it's not very far to the bustling Kernick industrial estate, but feels a century apart. William's resting place is a low-set tomb, with much lichen and some shade from nearby yew trees. We would suggest leaving some fresh white chrysanthemums or colourful carnations here: we'll choose the ones that look freshest. A painted 'Cornwall' theme stone, to commemorate this well-known member of Victorian Cornish society would also be appropriate.

Eminent Victorian who developed Tremough gardens

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