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ST COHANS CHAPEL

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A short distance east of Merther church (SW 84 SE 7) is a field called `St Coan', the site of the chapel and well of St Cohan. The chapel was destroyed about 1750 and the last vestiges removed about 1860. A probable 15th century effigy of St Anthony which is in Merther church was found at the site. Much worked stone and a perfect granite stoup with a face carved on its front have also been found. There are differences of opinion of the location of the holy well.

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