|Place:||St Ives||Grid Ref:||SW 5192 3719 (GB)|
|County:||Cornwall (Kernow) , England||Saint(s):||none|
Trevarrack Farm has architectural fragments from a nearby destroyed chapel built into its fabric.
Okasha/1993, 310: `There are some other stones in the farmhouse garden which are said to be from the same chapel. C. G. Henderson noted in particular a `piece of 15th century window tracery'.
Okasha/1993, 310: `Matthews stated that the stone [and other architectural fragments] came from the ruins of a chapel in a nearby field called `Chapel Field'. He continued: `The site was ploughed up in the year 1840, and the remains of the chapel carted away'.'