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ST CONSTANTINE | Saint Constantine Church | Constantine village, Kerrier, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST CONSTANTINE | Saint Constantine Church | Constantine village, Kerrier, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

St. Elwyn's Church, 1886-88, Hayle.

St. Elwyn's Church, 1886-88, Hayle.

ST PETROC | St Petroc's | Padstow, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PETROC | St Petroc's | Padstow, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

parish cornwall england medieval | Parish Church of St Clement, Cornwall UK - Medieval Churches on ...

parish cornwall england medieval | Parish Church of St Clement, Cornwall UK - Medieval Churches on ...

ST SWITHINS | St Swithins Parish Church | Launcells, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST SWITHINS | St Swithins Parish Church | Launcells, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

ST ILDIERNA | St Ildierna's Church | Lansallos, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST ILDIERNA | St Ildierna's Church | Lansallos, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

ST PETROC | Bodmin, Cornwall: 'St Pedrog, Abbot of Lanwethinoc (c.468 to 564) (Latin Petrocus, English Petrock). Feast day 4 June. '"Pedrog is probably a variant of modern Patrick. Petroc was a younger son of King Glywys Cernyw of Glywysing. (He may be identical to, or confused with, the legendary King Petroc Baladrddellt (Splintered Spear) of Cerniw).'     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PETROC | Bodmin, Cornwall: 'St Pedrog, Abbot of Lanwethinoc (c.468 to 564) (Latin Petrocus, English Petrock). Feast day 4 June. '"Pedrog is probably a variant of modern Patrick. Petroc was a younger son of King Glywys Cernyw of Glywysing. (He may be identical to, or confused with, the legendary King Petroc Baladrddellt (Splintered Spear) of Cerniw).' ✫ღ⊰n

ST PETROC | The Church of St Petroc | Bodmin, Cornwall: 'St Petroc was the younger son of the King Glywys. On his father’s death, the people of Glywysing called for Petroc to take the crown of one the country’s sub-divisions, but Petroc wanted a religious life, and went to study in Ireland. After 30 years as abbot, Petroc made a pilgrimage to Rome.'     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PETROC | The Church of St Petroc | Bodmin, Cornwall: 'St Petroc was the younger son of the King Glywys. On his father’s death, the people of Glywysing called for Petroc to take the crown of one the country’s sub-divisions, but Petroc wanted a religious life, and went to study in Ireland. After 30 years as abbot, Petroc made a pilgrimage to Rome.' ✫ღ⊰n

ST MELINA | St Melina's Church (15 October 2014) | Mullion, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST MELINA | St Melina's Church (15 October 2014) | Mullion, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

Poughill Parrish Church, dedicated to Saint Olaf, in the rural village of Bude, Cornwall. This is the family church of John's maternal grandmother and her family in Cornwall.

Poughill Parrish Church, dedicated to Saint Olaf, in the rural village of Bude, Cornwall. This is the family church of John's maternal grandmother and her family in Cornwall.

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