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From: John CARBIS <>
Subject: Re: [CORNISH] D-Day
Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2009 05:10:15 +0000
Good morning et al, from as wet and cold London Town
Suggest you try a Google Earth, Trebah is on the east side of Helford Creek
John C CARBIS
john in scarlet at chelsea
Researching anybody and everything to do and/or connected with the CARBIS surname in any form.
The CARBIS history site; http://carbis-society.org
> Date: Sat, 6 Jun 2009 19:14:55 +0000
> Subject: Re: [CORNISH] D-Day
> Hello Jan
> Could that of been Trebah Beach near Falmouth?
> Best regards
> Heather Carbis
> Online Parish Clerk for Morvah Cornwall http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~morvah
> Visit my Family Tree's at
> GOODWIN and GORDON http://heatherac.tribalpages.com
> CARBIS SPARROW ATTWOOLL http://carbissparrow.tribalpages.com
> JOLLIFFE MOULAND http://jolliffemouland.tribalpages.com
> --- On Sat, 6/6/09, Jan Davis <> wrote:
> > Subject: [CORNISH] D-Day
> > To:
> > On this, the 65th anniversary of
> > D-Day, I bet a lot of people around the world didn't know
> > that the troops that landed in France left from Cornwall.
> > When my sister and I were there in 2004, Ann and Mike Hicks
> > took us to the place where the assault left from. I can't
> > remember the name of the place, but they showed us the house
> > where Eisenhower and the others made the final plans and the
> > wide road covered by trees where they hid the amphibious
> > landing crafts from the German planes. Another unsung part
> > Cornwall has played in World History!
> > Jan in San Diego
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