A History of the Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury: Their Antiquities, Manors, Churches and Families and Some Account of the Natural History and Botany of the Neighbourhood
J. G. Commin, 1907 - Lynton (England) - 192 pages
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Acland acres Archdeacon Archdeacon of Barnstaple arvensis Linn Bale baptized Barnstaple Bassett Beaumont Berry Berrynarbor Brendon buried Chichester Chittlehampton church churchwardens clerk Common County of Devon Court Crock Street Crocombe Crosscombe Curate of Lynton customary tenants dated daughter David Knight died district East Ilkerton East Lyn Edward Nicholls Elizabeth Exeter Exeter College Exmoor Fremington Fursehill furze and heath George Burden glebe granted Heanton heirs held Henry Hooper Hugh Popham Hugh Wichehalse Ilkerton John Knight John Lovering John Wichehalse June knight's fee land lease Leymouth Linn Loxhore Lynmouth Lynton and Countisbury manor of Lynton married Marsh Marwood Mary Mead Briggs meadow messuages moiety Nicholas Wichehalse North Devon Oxon parish of Lynton Parracombe parsonage pasture Petrockstowe Pyne records Rector rents resident Richard Knight Richard Vellacott Robert Triggs Slocombe Squire tenements Thomas Venner Vicar Walter West Lyn wife wood Woolhanger
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Page 54 - Leofric held on the day on which King Edward was alive and dead, and it rendered geld for twenty hides.
Page 36 - ... and having carried the horns and having nailed and left the horns in the parish of Countisbury in the Co. of Devon without let or hindrance, and having sent notice to the churchwardens of the parish of Countisbury on the nineteenth day of June, 1854, that they should bring the Ram's horns and nail and leave the same in the parish of Countisbury on Monday, June 26th, 1854, for the purpose of holding and establishing an annual cattle fair in the parish of Lynton in the Co.
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