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The church of St. Felicitas, rebuilt with the exception of the tower, in 1856-7, is a building in the Decorated style, consisting of chancel, nave of four bays, aisles, south porch, vestry and an embattled western tower of Perpendicular date, with pinnacles, and containing 3 bells, all cast in 1751: the credence attached to the north wall is formed from a small stone altar discovered on the re-building of the church : in the south wall are sedilia and a piscina: the pulpit is constructed of fragments of the ancient screen: and there is a massive eagle lectern of oak: the north and south chancel windows are memorials to various members of the Hockin family, of whom William Hockin, who died in 1853, was 43 years rector of this parish: there are several modern monuments to the same family, with others: there are 325 sittings. The churchyard contains a fine granite cross, 5 feet 8 inches high, with a round head carved with a representation of the Crucifixion; near
the porch is another cross of smaller size; in the vestry is a priest's tomb, of granite of early date, and in the walls forming the lych-gate are various sculptured fragments: near the vestry is preserved an inscribed stone found beneath the eastern foundation of the church in 1856;the inscription appears to be “CLOTUALI MOGRATTI,”. i.e. Clotual [the son] of Mograttus, and over the south porch is an example of the rare Chi-Rho monogram. The register of births, baptisms and burials dates from the year 1560; marriages, 1652.