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John Robins

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Father of Abigaile Robins; Sydracke Robins and John Robins

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The church of St Clement is an ancient building of stone, chiefly in the Perpendicular style, consisting o chancel, nave of six bays, south aisle, north transept or Polwhele chapel of the 13th century, south porch and an embattled western tower, with pinnacles, containing 4 bells: there is a monument to Rear Admiral Robert Carthew Reynolds, of H.M.S. St. George, 98 guns wrecked off Cape Rysenstein, on the coast of Jutland, December 24, 1811: there are a number of other memorials, all of modern date, and eleven memorial windows: in 1844 and later years, a number of ancient mural paintings were discovered: these include on the north wall of the nave a figure of St. Christopher and on the east splay of the aisle windows a female saint, the "Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem," or "The Flight into Egypt," and the "Crucifixion" the principles of the roof are also painted: the church was restored about 1867, and has 200 sittings. East if the churchyard near to the vicarage house, stands a very ancient monumental stone, formerly used as a gate-post to a field in this parish, and was inscribed "ISNIOCVS VITALIS FILIVIS TORRICI": on the head is carved a plain Greek cross within a circle. The register dates from the year 1543.