St Dominic, Cornwall
St Dominic Parish Church
The historical spelling was 'St Dominick', but this has gradually changed to drop the letter K, though the K persists on Ordnance Survey mapping.
The parish is named after a female saint, St Dominica. The population of the parish was 774 at the 2011 census.
The parish church is dedicated to St Dominica and has two aisles. The south aisle is the earlier of the two; the tower (of the 13th century) is of an unusual design.
Cotehele, a National Trust house and estate, is to the north of St Dominic.
- Allen, Natalie: 'Through the Letter-box' (1988) ISBN 978-0-9508408-2-6 pages=177-179: A history of St Dominic post office