Definition funny of Cornelly:

urbanSplit into North Cornelly and South Cornelly, the latter being slightly more acceptable. Both are places usually inhabited by people who can't afford to live in Porthcawl, not even New Road end. Usually associated with slums, beer, hangovers, more beer and the "Gambo".

urban"Dude I really want to move out of my parents house in Porthcawl, but I can't afford anything around there...I'll probably just buy a house in Cornelly, they're going for about a fiver"


Books about Cornelly:

booksCornwall - Pre Civil Registration Marriages: An Index of Entries for Cornelly (Jan 1, 2003)

booksCornish Marriage Transcription Index: Sources from Phillimore and Taylor and Others: Parish of Cornelly (Nov 1994)

booksCornwall Burial Index 1813-1837: Parish of Cornelly (Mar 1996)

booksCornwall 1871 Census: An Index of Entries for the Civil Parish of Cornelly (Dec 1, 1998)

booksParish of Cornelly: 1813-37 Marriage Index by Gillian Anne Thompson (Nov 1992)


Wiki information Cornelly:


Cornelly is a community in Bridgend County Borough, South Wales. In 2001, the population of the Cornelly ward was 5,982. The community includes two villages, North Cornelly and South Cornelly, and it is bisected by the A48 and M4. Sand dunes in the...

North Cornelly
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

North Cornelly is a village in Cornelly, Bridgend county borough, Wales. The village is close to South Cornelly, Pyle and Porthcawl, and junction 37 of the M4 motorway, which runs along its southern side. The village is accessible from the motorway,...