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The Bull at Burford has been an Inn and has been receiving visitors since 1610. Famous visitors have included Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton (The room they used The Trafalgar room is named in memory of their stay) as well as King Charles II and his mistress Nell Gwynne. Today … more >>
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"The Church of St Petroc holds Bodmin. There is a hide of land which has never paid geld. There is land for 4 ploughs. There 5 villans have 2 ploughs with 6 bordars. There are 39 acres of pasture and 6 acres of scrubland. There St Petroc has 68 houses and 1 market. The whole is worth 25s."
St Neot Church- St Neot, Cornwall, England
There are two stories about the founding of St Neot's church, and, indeed, about the saint himself. Or, perhaps I should say, saints in the plural, for it seems there may be some confusion over which St Neot the church is dedicated to. To get to the bottom of the story, let's go back in time, back to the late 5th or early 6th century. ... more