Talk:List of places in Cornwall
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I have deleted the redlinked entry Bodannon because, though marked on the OS, it is a single farmhouse on the edge of Trewetha hamlet, not a settlement in its own right Andy F (talk) 17:44, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
- Do a bit of 'Googling' and it seems that Bodannon was another name for Trigg Hundred and formally a manor. Also home to Sir John Chenduit representative of Cornwall in the reign of Henry IV.
In Cornwall "the manor of Bodannan or Bodannon was formerly a seat of the ancient family of Chenduit, corruptly called Cheyney. Sir John Chenduit, of this family, was one of the representatives of the county in the reigns of Henry IV. and Henry V. His son William left two daughters co-heiresses, married into the families of Trejago and Roscarrock. An ancient uninscribed tomb in the chancel is said to have belonged to one of this family, and is, by a vulgar but groundless tradition, said to be that of a Lord Cheyney... Strickstenton or Triggstenton, parcel of the manor of Bodannan, is said to have been a seat of the Cheynduits. There are no remains of any mansion."—Lyson's Cornwall. They gave their name to the manor of Cheiny in St. Endyllyon's. Carew tells us that "the arms of the Cheneys of Bodanon were Gules on a fesse of four lozenges Argent, as many escallops Sable, in memory (as tradition says) that one of this family going into the Holy Land with Richard or Edward carried such shells for taking up water in the hotter climate of Asia."
Is there any evidence that Tintagel is in this territory?