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Winsford Church of St Mary Magdalene This church is of Norman origin with a 13th-century chancel whose restored roof contains the

Document 6988, photograph courtesy of the Westminster Abbey Muniments

Excavations in 1975-6 in Peter Street uncovered an exceptionally well-preserved three-wick bronze lamp, one of the very few examples of the English

In Jacob's Well Road a small rock-cut chamber with two stone steps contains a wellhead.

Launceston Priory was established in the 12th century, and became one of the wealthiest in Cornwall.

St Endellion is a Prebendal church. The church stands near an ancient, probably early Brittonic, cemetry, so that the church-site, may have origins

Colan Church was built in 1250 and the present church dates from 1360.

View the completed questionnaire for Gerrans Church.

The Church of St Symphorian is location in the village of Veryan, within the Churchtown settlement.

Using Nicholas Orme's questionnaire Advent Parish Church - St Adwena was visited by a volunteer researcher in June 2006 (as additional information