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Lanhydrock Church, Cornwall
England

The church of St Hydrock in the grounds of Lanhydrock House, Cornwall dates from the early 15th century. The north and south aisles and tower were added sometime during the following 75 years. In the north aisle is a plaster coat of arms of James I and a shield of arm of Charles Bagenal-Agar. In the south aisle is pair of slate tablets, with Latin and English verses, surmounted by a painted and gilded slate shield of arms of George Carminow, dated 1599.

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