Where Does The Surname Cornish Originate And What Does It Mean?


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Most probably in Cornwall England, as Cornish is the adjective used to describe all things from Cornwall. Like Cornish pasties ( meat pies,famous you should try one) Cornish hens(delicious) and the Cornish people themselves, who speak in a very particular dialect, that is classed as another language.
The origins are almost certain to have been in Bodwin Moor in England, as the history books tell us.
Cornwall a coastal district in England that has always been the retreat for surfers and artists and writers, who enjoy the good beaches, coves and the country lifestyle at the beach. One of the most known towns is St Ives. There are many towns and villages and all of them are popular.

You are fortunate to have a family name like Cornwall.

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