St Clement, a pretty hamlet south of Truro, is situated on the banks of the estuary to the River Fal on the wooded tidal Tresillian River. It has thatched whitewashed cottages, and a 13th century church which has a lych gate with a upper story room, used as a schoolroom in the past
St Clement is within a nature preserve and the grounds of the Duchy of Cornwall, land owned by Prince Charles, the Duke of Cornwall. The area is completely secluded and surrounded by farmland.
The St Clement church yard houses the village Stocks dating back a couple of hundred years and an ancient Ingot Stone that is probably dating back 2000 years and was found on this site during church renovation 100 years ago.
St Clement, Cornwall, genealogical information from Genuki