Killigrew Monument Falmouth Cornwall late th or early th century The monument a granite pyramid is believed to honour the Killigrew family a notable local family that included the towns founder Sir John Killigrew The last member of the family Martin Lister Killigrew left instructions for it to be erected after his death with the stipulation that it should be devoid of any inscription The monument was moved from its original location in and moved again to its present site in Lantern slide
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