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The ancient chapel of St. Mawes or St. Mauduit was existing as early as 1427, but the present edifice used as a chapel of ease to St. Just, was erected on the same site in 1812 by Richard, 2nd Marquess and afterwards Duke of Buckingham K.G. though not used until 1837: the chapel was again rebuilt in 1883-4 of local elven stone in the Early English style, at a cost of £1,500, and consists of chancel, nave, south porch and a western turret containing one bell; all the windows are stained, the west window being a memorial to the late Capt. Wm. Vincent R.N. d. 1882 and to his wife, d. 1869; the east window is a memorial to Miss Cullen, who died in 1881 whilst on a visit here: the old font is still in use: the handsome brass lectern was presented by Wm. Notting esq. of London at the reformation, the old chapel contained a picture of St. Mawe or Machutus, and a stone chair said to have belonged to him; there are 300 sittings.