Cornwall was a county of England, located at the tip of the island's southwestern peninsula. Its only land border was with the county of Devon to the east. The Cornish people were considered to be Celtic and culturally, historically, and linguistically distinct from the English, in spite of political affiliation.

The village of Tinworth was located in Cornwall, near the coast, and Shell Cottage, the home of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour, was situated on the village's outskirts. Thus, Cornwall had both Muggle and magical populations.Dobby was buried by Harry Potter in this village.[1] Pixies were known to live in Cornwall, and in the 17th century they famously abducted a witch, Dymphna Furmage, while she was holidaying there[2].


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