St. Michael and All Angels, Yeovil, Somerset
The church of St. Michael and All Angels, Pen Mill, erected in 1896, by Miss Cole, Lady Barben and the Rev. Canon E. P. Cole M.A. of Bristol, at a cost of £9,000, and consecrated June 12, 1897, is a large and handsome building of Ham stone in the Perpendicular style, from designs by Mr. Joseph Nicholson Johnston A.B.I.B.A. and consists of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch, a chapel In the south aisle and an embattled western tower containing one bell: in 1901 two stained windows were erected, one of which is a memorial to Mrs. Anne Cole: the screen of carved oak is a memorial to the Rev. Thomas Henry Cole M.A. d. 1893: there are 550 sittings.
The register of St. Michael and All Angels dates from the year 1897.