Female saint of Cornwall
who has given her name to this town, whose church and well also bear her name. Her feast is not certainly known, according to C.C.K.; but Roscarrock ascribed it to 27 April. She may be the same as the Breton Noyala, whose story is based on Winefride's and who was supposed to have been killed by a king. Feast: 6 July.
Baring-Gould and Fisher, iv. 10–14; C.C.K., p. 48.