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Historically in 1838 the Rev WJ Cope was appointed Rector of Falmouth Parish Church and he acquired the estate of Gyllyngdune on the cliff top between De Pass Road and Membly Hall.
In 1840 he constructed Gyllyngdune House and also built the small chapel on the seafront. After he died the estate was sold to Sampson Waters, who in turn sold it to Falmouth Town Council in 1903.
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