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St. Melor’s, Linkinhorne

St. Melor’s

The church stands at the South Eastern end of the parish, which is one of the largest in Cornwall and extends up on to Bodmin Moor, several miles to the west.
The name was originally LANKINHORNE or LANKYNHORNE – “the church in the corner” according to Bannister.
The dedication is to St. Melor, Mellor or Milonus, a son of Melianus, Duke of Cornwall said to have been martyred in 411 (he is shown with halo, sword and palm in a modern window in the North aisle)


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