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

My G grandfather born here may have gone to this church. Saint Constantine Church in Constantine Village Kerrier Cornwall - Constantine, Cornwall

A very special place.... Budock Water village church near Falmouth Cornwall, England

A very special place. Budock Water village church near Falmouth Cornwall, England

St Mary's Church, Callington by Robin Drayton.  Callington is in Cornwall very close to the Devon border.  So a nice central location if we're staying put.

St Mary's Church, Callington by Robin Drayton. Callington is in Cornwall very close to the Devon border. So a nice central location if we're staying put.

The church of St Manaccus & St Dunstan with its old fig tree, said to be over 250 years old, growing out of the south wall.  The church dates from the 12th century; the tower is 14/15th century

The church of St Manaccus & St Dunstan with its old fig tree, said to be over 250 years old, growing out of the south wall. The church dates from the century; the tower is century

St. Levan's Church, St Levan, Cornwall. A medieval church heavily rebuilt in the 12th century + extended in the 15th century. St Levan (properly Selevan, a Celtic form of Solomon) according to the Life of St Kybi was a Cornishman + the father of Kybi. On the cliff at St Levan is St Levan's Well + below it the probable remains of his chapel, described by William Borlase in his Antiquities. The tower contains three bells dating from 1641, 1754 and 1881.

St. Levan's Church, St Levan, Cornwall. A medieval church heavily rebuilt in the 12th century + extended in the 15th century. St Levan (properly Selevan, a Celtic form of Solomon) according to the Life of St Kybi was a Cornishman + the father of Kybi. On the cliff at St Levan is St Levan's Well + below it the probable remains of his chapel, described by William Borlase in his Antiquities. The tower contains three bells dating from 1641, 1754 and 1881.

The graveyard at St. Genny's Church in northern Cornwall at sunrise

The graveyard at St. Genny's Church in northern Cornwall at sunrise

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