Webpage created: July 29, 2017.
Webpage updated: July 29, 2017
CORNISH EMIGRANTS' MEMORIAL
The Cornish Emigrants' Memorial is located in on the wall of the Fishermen's Shelter, to the south of the Admiral McBride Public House, on Plymouth's Barbican.
Its wording states:
The Memorial was unveiled by the president of the South Australian Cornish Association, Mr David Kitto, on the evening of Friday September 5th 1986. In a time capsule behind the plaque was placed a list of the names of the people who had emigrated from Cornwall, through Plymouth, to form the colony in South Australia. The ceremony was followed by Cornish dancing.