St Juliot, Beeny and Tresparrett in North Cornwall
St Juliot, Beeny and Tresparrett
Juliot is located north of Boscastle.
Hardy's drawings are still preserved in the church at St Juliot. The15th century south aisle with its sturdy oak Cornish wagon roof which now form the nave and chancel was all that survived the restoration. The tower is of three stages, and contained five bells.
St Juliot, (Cornish: Sen Julet), is situated in North Cornwall, south
of St Gennys, west of Otterham, north of Davidstow and east of
Minster and Forrabury. The Valency river runs west down a steep wooded
valley eventually flowing out through Boscastle. The church at St
Juliot is dedicated to St Julitta (Juliot, Julyot, Juletta). It is
said that she suffered death, after being accused by a violent and
wicked person who had previously taken from her by force some large
possession. She is commemorated in the ancient Roman Calendar on the
30th of July. Apparently St Juliot was the inspiration for Endelstow
in 'A Pair of Blue Eyes'. Emma Hardy died in November 1912 after 38
years marriage. She was buried in Stinsford churchyard. Hardy was
stricken with guilt and regret, resulting in some of his best works of
There used to be a Bible Christian chapel at Tresparrett.
St Juliot parish, were in lie Beeny and Tresparrett.
Treworld and Lesnewth are also in this neck of the woods.
Lesnewth church (below) is dedicated to St Michael and All Angels.
St Juliot ׀ Boscastle ׀ Cornwall
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