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Boconnoc Church
Boconnoc Church, Boconnoc Estate-geograph.org-uk-3559781.jpg
50°24′59.26″N 4°36′36.49″W / 50.4164611°N 4.6101361°W / 50.4164611; -4.6101361Coordinates: 50°24′59.26″N 4°36′36.49″W / 50.4164611°N 4.6101361°W / 50.4164611; -4.6101361
Location Boconnoc, Cornwall
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Dedication unknown
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade I listed
Administration
Parish Boconnoc
Deanery Trigg Minor and Bodmin
Archdeaconry Bodmin
Diocese Truro
Province Canterbury

Boconnoc Church is a Grade I listed Church of England parish church in Boconnoc, Cornwall.

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.

Parish status

The church is in a joint benefice with:

Monuments

  • Penelope Mohun (d. 1637)
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