Paul, St Paulinus (St Pol de Léon)

Historic England grade I, list entry 1327894.


Location map.

GPS coordinates: (50.08962, -5.546049)

Notes on the church

  1. Description of the church Cornish Telegraph p 4. The windows of the aisles are of churchwarden insertion, ugly and round-headed; and the East window is a perfect caricature. All have wooden frames, with large panes of glass.
  2. The new Gothic window at the east end of the church is nearly completed, Cornish Telegraph p 2. J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol III p 24. William Lake, Truro, . A handsome chancel window of five lights, in Polyphant stone, has recently been inserted.
  3. Reopened after restoration. Mentions four windows: east, tower, and two modern stained glass memorial windows of the Leah and Rowe families. Western Morning News p 4.
  4. Kelly’s Directory of Cornwall p 829.
  5. Kelly’s Directory of Cornwall p 974.
  6. Kelly’s Directory of Cornwall p 1221.
  7. Restored 1892–3 (Brown, H Miles, What to look for in Cornish churches. Newton Abbot, David and Charles, )

The windows are listed starting from liturgical east and going round clockwise, looking down on the building from above. Insertion dates are given when a window has been replaced.