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List of saints from Cornwall - List of Cornish saints
this is a List of saints from Cornwall , including the saints more associated with Cornwall: many of them will have links to places in regions of significant ancient British history such as Wales, Brittany or Devon.
List of some famous Cornish saints
For more information, see the works of Canon Doble (1880–1945) in Nicholas Orme's book The Saints of Cornwall (2000) and in the works of Charles Henderson
NB All of these have Cornwall dedications, but not all have legends or traditions that associate them with Cornwall.
Truro Honor Cannon
The 24 honorary cannons of Truro Cathedral occupy stalls named after 24 saints (almost all from Cornwall): Carantoc; Buriana; Germoe; Conan; Winwalloe; Nectan; Petroc; Adwenna; Piran; Constantine; Cybi; Paul; Breaca; Neot; Rumon; Sampson; German ; Meriadoc; Euni; Ia; Endelienta; Columb; Corentin; Aldhelm.
Modern Cornish Saints
Newer Cornishmen recognized for their holiness include the Irish Cornish martyr John Cornelius.
- Nicholas Roscarrock (d. 1634) left an interesting account of the lives of the saints.
- Orme, Nicholas (1996) English Church Dedications: With an overview of Cornwall and Devon , University of Exeter Press ISBN 0-85989-516-5
- Ellis, PB (1992) The Cornish Saints . Penryn: Tor Mark Press (A Brief Basic Guide with Reports on 120 Saints)
- Bowen, EG (1954) The settlements of the Celtic saints in Wales . Cardiff: University of Wales Press
- Baring-Gould, S .; Fisher, John (1907-13) Lives of British saints: the saints of Wales and Cornwall and such Irish saints who have dedications in Great Britain . 4 vols. London: For the Honorable Society of Cymmrodorion by CJ Clark
- Rees, WJ (Ed.) (1853) Lives of the British Saints of Cambro: the fifth and immediately following centuries, from old Welsh and Latin MSS. at the British Museum and elsewhere , with English translations and explanations. Llandovery: W. Rees
- Wade-Evans, AW (Ed.) (1944). CV Sanctorum Britanniae et Genealogiae . Cardiff: University of Wales Press Committee. (Lives of the saints: Bernachius, Brynach. Beuno. Cadocus, Cadog. Carantocus (I and II), Carannog. David, Dewi Sant. Gundleius, Gwynllyw. Iltutus, Illtud. Kebius, Cybi. Paternus, Padarn. Tatheus. Wenefred, Gwenfrewi - Genealogy: De situ Brecheniauc. Cognacio Brychan. Ach Knyauc Sant. Generatio St. Egweni. Descendants Keredic. Bonedd y Saint.)
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