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Mousehole

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Village and fishing port in Cornwall.
See also: William BodinarBodinar (William)
(fl. 18th century)
Bodener (William)
William Bodinar (previously misread as Bodener), a fisherman of Mousehole, known today for a (partially) bilingual English-Cornish letter, dated 1776, which he wrote to the lawyer and antiquary Daines Barrington and bears witness to a remnant of the Cornish language.
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John KeigwinKeigwin (John)
(c.1641/2–1716)
Cornish antiquary known for his translations of the Cornish-language works Pascon agan Arluth, Gwreans an bys and the Cornish Ordinalia. He was a nephew of William Scawen, for whom he translated Pascon agan Arluth.
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Dolly PentreathPentreath (Dolly)
(d. 26 December 1777)
A speaker of Cornish as late as the 18th century, who was later claimed to have been among the last native speakers to have been fluent in Cornish.
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