by George Bown Millett
of the Price
family mausoleum in Madron churchyard. Reports
and Transactions of the Penzance
Natural History and Antiquarian Society 1881-1882. Plymouth, W. Brendon,
1882, p. 180-181.
flagon. Notes and Queries ser. 6
v. I, 24 April 1880, p. 345-346.
on a silver chalice at St Mary’s Church, Penzance, Cornwall,
donated in 1670 by Blanche Bonithon.
Cornwall. Notes and Queries ser.
4 v. IX, 4 May 1872, p. 358.
the costs of the funeral of Sarah Ustick, who died in St
Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall on 23 October 1725.
St. Mary’s Church, Penzance. The
Cornishman Thursday 20 March 1890,
George B. Millett. In Poems of Cornwall
by thirty Cornish authors,
edited by William Herbert Thomas.
Penzance, F. Rodda, 1892, p. 161-167. https://archive.org/details/poemscornwall00thomgoog.
three songs: “The Mayor
of Market-Jew”, “The Zennor Mermaid” and “Paul Church Town”.
(Written and composed by G.B. Millett).
Penzance, F. Rodda, 1892.
1880 to Chapel Karn Brea and St Just. Transactions
of the Penzance Natural History
and Antiquarian Society 1880-81, p. 13-21.
family and name of
Gwavas. The Cornishman Thursday
20 September 1888, p. 4.
The first book of the parish registers of
Madron in the county of Cornwall.
Penzance, Beare and Son,
1877. 140 p. with 3 photographs. https://archive.org/details/firstbookparish00madrgoog.
Genealogical memoranda as to the Millett family.
Penzance, March 1870. 4 p. (Manuscript,
Genealogy manuscript book.
Great Panjandrum song. Words
by Samuel Foote.
and its ghosts: with an outline history, hitherto unpublished, of the Tripcony
family. The Cornishman (Penzance)
Thursday 2 July 1891, p. 6.
late Mrs. Short
née Miss Millett, of St. Hilary. One
and All: a Cornish monthly illustrated
journal, news-letter, and record of local history February 1869.
The Mayor of Market-jew.
The Cornishman (Penzance) Thursday 24
March 1904, p. 2.
Millett Family Tree.
1 p. (Manuscript, unpublished).
song. Words by the
late Miss A. Pethybridge. Music by George Bown Millett. London, Spottiswoode & Co, 1889. Score (6 p.)
The official guide to Penzance.
Penzance, Beare and Son, 1876.
by George Bown Millett, who also wrote the history of Penzance
(p. 1-15) and compiled the notes on the climate (p. 46-56).
Doll Pentreath and
the ancient Cornish language. A paper
read to the Penzance Antiquarian Society in Dolly Pentreath’s house at
Mousehole, May 13th, 1887. The Cornishman (Penzance) Thursday 19
May 1887, p. 4.
MSS. to mend, or
tulle and tatters. Notes and Queries
ser. 5 v. II, 26 September 1874, p. 246-247.
the use of tulle in the repair of the parchment leaves of an
ancient parish register.
old seal. Notes
and Queries ser. 5 v. IV, 27 November 1875, p. 428-429.
concerning a family seal in George Bown Millett’s possession,
which bears the arms of Harris and Bown.
The parish registers of Gulval (alias Lanisley)
in the County of Cornwall (1598-1812).
Edited, with an introduction and
notes, by George Bown Millett and William Bolitho. Penzance, Beare and Son,
1893. 172 p. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044081219099;view=1up;seq=9.
Bowie, MD, Heritage Books, 1995.
History and Antiquarian Society:
Presidential Address. Transactions
of the Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian
Society 1887-88, p. 339-343.
Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian
Society: proposals for a revival of the
Society, May 1880.
History and Antiquarian Society. Reports
and Transactions 1880-1881. Plymouth, W. Brendon and Son, 1881. 76 p.
written and Transactions
edited by George Bown Millett.
Penzance, past and present: a lecture delivered at the
on the 13th March, 1876. With
a list of the mayors of Penzance and other additional matter.
Penzance, Beare and Son, 1876. 52
p. with 7 woodcuts.
Penzance, past and present: a second lecture delivered
at the Penzance
Institute on the 25th March, 1878.
With a plan of the centre of old Penzance, and with additional matter.
Penzance, Beare and Son, 1880. 51
Cornish song. Written
and composed by George Bown
Millett. London, Spottiswoode & Co,
1886. Score (6 p.)
and Queries ser. 4 v. X, 3 August 1872, p. 97.
concerning an Oriental porcelain female figure in George Bown
site of an ancient
chapel in Penance. The Cornishman
(Penzance) Thursday 8 May 1890, p. 4.
the song of the western men.
Words by Robert Stephen Hawker. Music by George Bown Millett. London, Spottiswoode & Co, 1886. Score (5 p.)
a plaint heard in Saint Mary's churchyard, Penzance.
Penzance, Beare and Son, Printers, 1882.
on George Bown Millett
Mr. George B. Millett, Medical Officer of Health for Penzance. The
Cornishman (Penzance) Thursday 24
September 1896, p. 6.
L.R.C.P. Edin., M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. The
Lancet 26 September 1896, p. 618.
late Mr. G. B.
Millett. Black and White: a Weekly
Illustrated Record and Review 26
September 1896 p. 388.
B. Millett. In Wright, William Henry Kearley.
poets: their lives and works: being
an account of about four hundred verse
writers of Devon and Cornwall, with poems and extracts. London, Elliot Stock,
1896, p. 334-335. https://archive.org/details/westcountrypoet00wriggoog.
Includes a song by George Bown Millett:
“The Mayor of Market-Jew”.
is the ancient name for Marazion, Cornwall, England).
Millett. In Memorial biographies of
the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Boston, the Society, 1880-1908. Volume 9 (1890-1897) p. 353-354. https://archive.org/details/memorialbiograph00newe.
Bown. In Boase, Frederic. Modern
English biography: containing many
thousand concise memoirs of persons who have died between the years 1851-1900,
with an index of the most interesting matter. Truro, Netherton and Worth,
1892-1921; London, F. Cass, 1965. Vol.
5, p. 212-213.
George Bown Millett, 1842-1896. In The
Penzance Library: celebration essays to mark 170 eventful years (1818-1988) and
a centenary at Morrab House (1889-1989). Edited by Elizabeth Sparrow
and Maurice Smelt. Penzance, The Penzance Library, 1988, p. 25.
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