Nigel went on to describe how the stones fell into different categories such as – manor, parish & town, military, leats and waterworks, turnpikes, commemorative plaques, railways and private boundaries. Manors became Local Boards and in turn District Councils and so on.This growth & eventual amalgamation had meant numerous changes in boundaries and the proliferation and variety of the marker stones.If you’d like to find someone without the need of a speed dating event, feel free to join Kernow Dating free and find you nearby singles right now.With so many members, and lots of great search tools on Genuine Mature Singles, we are confident you will find that perfect someone through our website.Many of these are in prominent though sometimes quite precarious places and others almost buried under layers of tarmac.In addition to the above, Nigel showed examples of stones of the Admiralty, often with the fouled anchor motif; War Department and MOD, and Government (broad arrow).
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Stones also survive belonging to the and Stonehouse Leats, as well as those around Burrator marked PCWW (Plymouth Corporation Water Works).