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St Veep Church, Cornwall
England

The earlier church of St Veep was rebuilt and rededicated to Saints Ciricus and Julitta in 1336. There are two painted coats arms: of Charles II (1661) on the north wall of chancel and of George III (c1780) near the south door. Both were restored in 1977.

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