This article needs additional citations for verification . (April 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Full name||Tony Kellow|
|Date of birth||1 May 1952|
|Place of birth||Budock Water, Cornwall, UK|
|Date of death||20 February 2011 58)(aged|
|Place of death||Truro, Cornwall, UK|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tony Kellow (1 May 1952 – 20 February 2011) was an English professional footballer. He played as a forward and made over 400 Football League appearances in the 1970s and 1980s.
He was born in Budock Water, a village near Falmouth,and on leaving school he found employment in Falmouth Docks as an electrician, later turning out for the Falmouth Docks football side. At the age of seventeen he played in the South Western Football League for Penzance, helping them win the Cornwall Senior Cup in 1973. He then moved to his home-town side Falmouth Town, before moving back to play for Penzance in 1974/75, winning a South Western League championship medal. In 1975, he returned to Falmouth Town.
A centre-forward, his professional career began when he signed for Exeter City from Falmouth Town in 1976, for a fee of £12,000.Tony won the Football League's "Golden Boot" in 1980/81 for being the highest goal scorer in all four divisions. He was sold to Blackpool, in November 1978, for £125,000, which was Blackpool's record outlay at the time.
He returned to Exeter for a second spell, and joined Plymouth Argyle in 1983.After 13 appearances with Plymouth he moved to Swansea City in March 1984.
He then moved to Newport County, before a return for a third spell with Exeter.
Kellow died on 20 February 2011,in Truro's Treliske Hospital of kidney failure after being found unconscious at his Budock Water home. He was 58 years old. His funeral service was held at St Budock Parish Church on 28 February 2011, and his body was then cremated at Truro's Penmount Crematorium. A memorial stone in honour of Kellow stands close to the Trelowarren Arms pub in Budock Water.
Falmouth is a town, civil parish and port on the River Fal on the south coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It has a total resident population of 21,797.
The Maritime Line is a railway line that runs in the valley of the River Fal from Truro, the county town, to Falmouth on the south coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Budock Water is a village and former manor in the civil parish of Budock, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated two miles (3 km) west of Falmouth.
Truro railway station serves the city of Truro, Cornwall, England. The station is 301 miles (484 km) from London Paddington via Bristol Temple Meads. It is situated on the Cornish Main Line and is the junction for the Maritime Line to Falmouth Docks.
The Cornwall Railway was a 7 ft 1⁄4 in broad gauge railway from Plymouth in Devon to Falmouth in Cornwall, England, built in the second half of the nineteenth century. It was constantly beset with shortage of capital for the construction, and was eventually forced to sell its line to the dominant Great Western Railway.
Penryn railway station is on the Maritime Line between Truro and Falmouth Docks, and serves the town of Penryn, Cornwall as well as Penryn Campus. It is 309 miles 10 chains (497.49 km) measured from London Paddington. The services are operated by Great Western Railway.
Truro City Football Club is an English football club based in Truro, Cornwall. They currently play in the Southern League Premier South, at the seventh tier of the English football league system. They are the highest ranked club from Cornwall.
Falmouth Town Association Football Club is a football club based in Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom. They are currently members of the South West Peninsula League Premier Division West and play at Bickland Park. The club were the first Cornish team to reach the first round proper of the FA Cup, which they have done on three occasions; 1962–63, 1967–68 and 1969–70.
The Cornwall Combination League is a football competition based in the western half of Cornwall, England, formed in 1959. The current league sponsors are drinks retailers LWC.
The West Cornwall Railway was a railway company in Cornwall, Great Britain, formed in 1846 to construct a railway between Penzance and Truro. It purchased the existing Hayle Railway, and improved its main line, and built new sections between Penzance and Hayle, and between Redruth and Truro, and opened throughout in 1852.
The Cornish Main Line is a railway line in Cornwall in the United Kingdom. It runs from Penzance to Plymouth, crossing from Cornwall into Devon over the famous Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash.
Susan Elizabeth Gay was a chronicler of Falmouth in a book published in 1903 entitled Old Falmouth.
The evolution of transport in Cornwall has been shaped by the county's strong maritime, mining and industrial traditions and much of the transport infrastructure reflects this heritage.
James Jago FRS, was an English physician. He was the second son of John Jago and was born 18 December 1815 at the barton of Kigilliack, Budock, near Falmouth, Cornwall, once a seat of the bishops of Exeter. Dr. Jago was a voluminous writer on various medical subjects, the most important of which were investigations upon certain physiological and pathological conditions of the eye, which his mathematical and medical knowledge especially fitted him to discuss. He was also interested in the history and progress of Cornish science and antiquities.
Martin John Rice is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Exmouth Town. He spent most of his early professional career at Exeter City and has since played for their rivals Torquay United and non-League side Truro City.
Isaac Cleveland Vassell is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Cardiff City. He previously played in the Football League for Plymouth Argyle, Luton Town and Birmingham City and in non-league football for Truro City, Bideford and Weymouth.
Steve Massey is an English football manager and former player who played as a striker, mainly for Stockport County and A.F.C. Bournemouth. He was manager of Southern League club Truro City until March 2014 and is currently manager of South West Peninsula League club Helston Athletic.
Kernow is a bus company operating services in Cornwall, England. It is part of First South West, a subsidiary of FirstGroup.
Presented below is an alphabetical index of articles related to Cornwall: