Just two of 230,000 people who died in the 2004 Asian tsunami

 St Crida, Creed, Cornwall
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The patron saint of Creed is first recorded as St Crite in the 10th century and may well have been a Cornish saint. Generally thought to be female, later tradition claims her as the daughter of either King Mark of Cornwall or an Irish king.
Catherine and Len were just two of 230,000 people who died in the Asian tsunami on 26 December 2004.  
Visited - June 2014

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