Dannonchapel

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Dannonchapel

Dannonchapel is a ruined farm in Cornwall, England. It is about two miles southwest of Delabole.[1] Dannonchapel was a farm in Domesday Book (1086) occupied by one villein and 4 serfs, and held by Blohin from Robert, Count of Mortain. Its value was reduced to 15 shillings (in the reign of King Edward it was 25 shillings i.e. £1-25).[2]

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  1. ^ Ordnance Survey One-inch Map of Great Britain; Bodmin and Launceston, sheet 186. 1961.
  2. ^ Thorn, Caroline et al., eds. (1979) Cornwall. Chichester: Phillimore; entry 5,25,3

Coordinates: 50°36′25″N 4°46′23″W / 50.607°N 4.773°W / 50.607; -4.773