|Born||1950 or 1951|
|Died||18 or 19 July 2020 (aged 69)|
Weatherhill attended school in Falmouth, where his parents ran a sports shop. He played football for a number of local clubs, including Mawnan, and played as goalkeeper for the county football team.
Between 1972 and 1974, Weatherhill served with the RAF, training as a cartographer. He was discharged after a serious back injury. He worked as a planning officer, architectural designer and historic conservation expert in local government and private practice. Under the tutelage of historian P.A.S. Pool he conducted archaeological surveys of West Cornwall. Weatherhill was also a Conservation Officer at Penwith District Council. He contributed to the BBC's Radyo Kernow, in particular to the series The Tinners' Way and Beachcombers.
He was a member of Cornish language organisations Cussel an Tavas Kernuak and Agan Tavas, as well as of campaign group Kernow Matters To You. In 2020, Gorsedh Kernow conferred its Awen award on Weatherhill for outstanding contribution to Penwith and broader Cornish culture.
- The Principal Antiquities of the Land's End District (with Charles Thomas and P.A.S. Pool), Cornwall Archaeological Society 1980
- Belerion: Ancient Sites of Land's End, Alison Hodge 1981, 1985; Halsgrove 1989, 2000
- Cornovia: Ancient Sites of Cornwall & Scilly, Alison Hodge 1985; Halsgrove 1997, 2000, 2009
- The Lyonesse Stone:
- The Lyonesse Stone, Tabb House 1991
- Seat of Storms, Tabb House 1997
- The Tinners' Way, Tabb House 2011
- Myths and Legends of Cornwall (with Paul Devereux), Sigma Press 1994, 1997
- Cornish Place Names & Language, Sigma Press 1995, 2007
- Place Names in Cornwall & Scilly, Wessex/Westcountry Books 2005
- A Concise Dictionary of Cornish Place-Names (with Michael Everson), Evertype 2009
- Nautilus. A sequel to Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas and The Mysterious Island, Evertype 2009
- The Place-names of the Land's End Peninsula, Penwith Press 2017
- Jowal Lethesow: Whedhel a'n West a Gernow, translation of The Lyonesse Stone into Cornish by N.J.A. Williams, Evertype 2009
- The Promontory People: An Early History of the Cornish, Francis Boutle Publishers 2014
- They Shall Land – The Spanish Raid on Mount’s Bay, Cornwall, July 1595, Penwith Press 2019
- 1950 according to the blurb of Jowal Lethesow; 1951 according to the obituary published by the Association for Cornish Heritage.
- Weatherhill died alone at home on either of the dates given.
- Smith, Steven (23 July 2020). "Community in mourning for 'truly great Cornishman' from Falmouth who has passed away". The Packet. Retrieved 26 February 2021.
- Bards; Gorseth Kernow
- "In Memoriam: Craig Weatherhill". Cornish Nation (83). September 2020. p. 11.
- Craig Weatherhill (2018). The Promontory People. Francis Boutle Publishers. ISBN 9781916490611.
- "Perthi cov (Remember) Craig Weatherhill". Association for Cornish Heritage. Cornwall24.net. July 2020. Retrieved 26 February 2021.
- Biscoe, Bert (July 2020). "Obituaries and Memorials Craig Weatherhill". Association for Cornish Heritage. Retrieved 26 February 2021.
- Craig Weatherhill (2009). Jowal Lethesow. Evertype. ISBN 9781904808305.
- "Gorsedh announces prestigious medal winners". The Packet. 16 July 2020. Retrieved 26 February 2021.