Boconnoc Church facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBoconnoc Church
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Heritage designation||Grade I listed|
|Deanery||Trigg Minor and Bodmin|
History and description
The church dates from the 13th to 15th century, but was the subject of a substantial restoration in 1873.
It contains a 15th-century font. The tower of 1877 has five sides in the lower part and eight in the upper. Features of interest include a musicians' gallery, the altar table made by Sir Reginald Mohun, 1621, the Jacobean pulpit, and a monument to the wife of Will Drew.
The church was placed onto the National Heritage List for England in August 1964.
The church is in a joint benefice with:
- St Brevita’s Church, Lanlivery
- St Winnow’s Church, St Winnow
- St Cyricius and St Julietta’s Church, St Veep
- St Mary the Virgin's Church, Braddock
- St Nectan’s Chapel, St Winnow
- St Bartholomew's Church, Lostwithiel
- Penelope Mohun (d. 1637)
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