history of the manor & church of Winkleigh, in the county of Devon
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Published by W. Brendon in Plymouth .
Written in English

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Statementby Charles Worthy.
The Physical Object
Pagination62p. ;
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL19850945M

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Fishpond New Zealand, The History of the Manor and Church of Winkleigh, in the County of Devon. by Charles WorthyBuy. Books online: The History of the Manor and Church of Winkleigh, in the County of Devon., , tomsseweranddrainserviceoh.com The manor of Winkleigh belonged to the crown at the time of taking the Domesday survey; and it appears that it had been settled on Matilda, the Conqueror's consort. The survey mentions a park, and it is remarkable that it is the only park described in that survey for this county. The park-keeper had a . In Lawrence Molland wrote A History of the Parish of Winkleigh in the County of Devon, a beautifully handwritten and illustrated volume which is now in the County Studies Library in Exeter. A copy of the book is on display in the Gidleigh Chapel of All Saints Church, Winkleigh. William the Conqueror gave the manor of Winkleigh to his wife Matilda. At the time of the Domesday Book Winkleigh had a park. (It was nothing like a modern park it was used for hunting). Later Winkleigh was split between two families, the Keynes and the Traceys. Both of them erected 'castles' (possibly only fortified manor houses) by the village.

Mar 21,  · A stunning converted church featuring one of only two Saddleback towers in Devon, has been put up for sale and could be the unique country retreat you have been searching for. Charles Worthy, The History of the Manor & Church of Winkleigh, in the county of Devon., W. Brendon & Son: Plymouth, () pp. Land and Property Transcription of Winkleigh-Related Deeds, from John Tingey's Calendar of Deeds Enrolled Within the County of Devon - , provided by Debbie Kennett. Risdons Survey of Devon and an account of Winkleigh village and How Winkleigh got its name. Winkleigh a History and the years in between. The role of Bartholemew Gidley, defender of Winkleigh. All Saints Parish Church: Winkleigh, Devon. Local industry and agriculture around Winkleigh. The village pump. Buildings in Winkleigh Pubs in Winkleigh & Devon Thatched Cottages, Inns, Ghosts, . Grimmia montana, so far as England is concerned, has been found only near Fingle Bridge, in Devon. The rare Orthodontium gracile, local and rare on sandrocks, and rare on tree stumps, and known outside Britain only in France and California, was found by Mr. E. M. Holmes .

1. They denied that Frances Luxton’s funeral was “wretched” and poorly attended; in fact a funeral service for all three Luxtons was held in Winkleigh Church, attended by at least people, many of them distressed; Robbie and Alan were cremated at Barnstaple while Frances was buried in Brushford churchyard. Oct 11,  · Next story Yarnscombe, Devon Family History Guide Previous story Totnes, Devon Family History Guide Parishmouse provides a wealth of information about the history of parishes, towns and hamlets throughout the United Kingdom, transcribed from historical books and parish registers. Iddesleigh is a village and civil parish in the county of Devon, England. The settlement has ancient origins and is listed in the Domesday Book. The village lies on the B road, roughly central in its parish of around 2, acres, about eight miles north of the town of Okehampton. Iddesleigh has been described as an attractive small village, with good views of Dartmoor to the south. Its church is a grade I listed Country: England. Memorial tablet to Henry Bremridge, vicar of Church of All Saints, Winkleigh for 26 years, succeeding his father In the deaths of three members of the Luxton family at nearby West Chapple Farm, brought media interest to the tomsseweranddrainserviceoh.comct: Torridge.