—  County of Cornwall   —
Coat of arms
Motto: (unknown)
Capital Exeter
Country Kingdom of England
Count Treena
Towns Barnstaple, Dartmouth, Exeter, Fowey, Launceston, Plymouth
Province Province of Canterbury
Dioceses Diocese of Portsmouth
Established: April 1454
Official language English, Cornish

Cornwall was a county on the far south west of England; its capital is Exeter. Cornwall shared county borders with Somerset and Wiltshire. On the 28th of Feburary of 1459, the eve of March, the counties of Cornwall, Summerset, and Wiltshire merged together to form Devon.

The Cornish towns of Barnstaple and Dartmouth were chosen to be part of Devon, while the other four were abandoned -- their people scattered throughout Devon. The sacrifice was not in vain, Lady Treena (the Last Countess of Cornwall) led the effort and worked with other leaders from the three counties to provide a citizen-made County that WE had chosen.

The people of Cornwall hope to someday return and reclaim their land.

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