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village in United Kingdom
Instance of village
Location Hayle, United Kingdom
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50° 11′ 43.08″ N, 5° 24′ 46.8″ W

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English: Phillack is a settlement in the west of Cornwall, UK which since 1935 has fallen within the boundaries of the Hayle civil parish. The origin of the name Phillack was traced in the 17th century to the Irish Saint Felicitas, who is said to have founded Phillack church in the 6th century AD, but a 10th century Vatican codex mentions a Saint Felec of Cornwall, who may be the dedicatee and is believed to have lived about the same time.


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