The parish of Falmouth is a dismembered part of the old parish of Budock, taxed in the Domesday Roll 1087, and separated from it by virtue Of an Act of Parliament made 15th Charles II. Whereby that church is deprived of its rectory, the great and small tithes, as far as the boun daries of this new parish extends, on the humble petition of Sir Peter Killigrew, of Arwinike, Kut. Who by his own bounty, and the charitable benevolence he had begged of others (by leave of the King and Bishop of Exeter), had built on his own land a church and cemetery, at the south end of Falmouth town, whereof he was lord and high lord, for convenience of himself, his servants, and tenants, that were far off from Budock church. This church, so built.
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Publisher - Forgotten Books
Language - English
Author(s) - Davies Gilbert
Published Date - August 26 2019
ISBN - 9780260183538
Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 2.7 cm
Page Count - 438
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