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Borough Boundary Stone to North of Beech House, Lane End

A Grade II Listed Building in Camelford, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.625 / 50°37'29"N

Longitude: -4.671 / 4°40'15"W

OS Eastings: 211177

OS Northings: 83989

OS Grid: SX111839

Mapcode National: GBR N5.9S13

Mapcode Global: FRA 173F.22Y

Entry Name: Borough Boundary Stone to North of Beech House, Lane End

Listing Date: 13 January 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1137745

English Heritage Legacy ID: 68470

Location: Camelford, Cornwall, PL32

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Camelford

Built-Up Area: Camelford

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Lanteglos by Camelford

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

SX 18 SW
5/25 Borough boundary stone to north of
- Beech House, Lane End

Borough boundary stone. Circa C18. Granite. Granite monolith, rectangular-on-plan
with rounded top. Inscribed
to mark the bounds of Camelford borough. Qv boundary stones 30 metres to north east
of sewage works, Camelford; to west of No. 2 Manor Farm, Victoria Road, Camelford and
to north of 24 Roughtor Road, Tregoodwell.
The Charter of Camelford was confirmed in 1259 and the rotten borough was created in
1552 to bolster the Earl of Northumberland government. Abolished in 1831.
Information from Mr F.C. Smeeth.

Listing NGR: SX1117783989

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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