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A further sketch of Bishop's Teignton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 42, (1910). illus. pp.503-509.

by

W.F.C. Jordan

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Summer Palace for the Bishops of Exeter was built at Bishopsteignton during the 13th century, taking its water supply from White Well, on Haldon. Bishop Bronescombe is credited with building the palace and often resided there in the later years of his bishopric, 1258-80. Bishop Grandisson (1327-69) later rebuilt the palace. It was used as a refuge during the Black Plague. Bishop Veysey (1509-49) was the last bishop to reside there. It was disbanded in 1549. Edward VI granted the palace, with the adjacent Manors to Sir Andrew Dudley, later executed for his role in Lady Jane Grey's claim to the throne. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
 
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Berkely, James de 509
Briwere, Bishop 505
Bronescombe, Bishop 505-8
Cecil family 504
Comyns, Thomas 504
Cornwall, Edmund Earl of 506
Davidson, James Bridge, MA 505
Dudley family 504
Edward the Confessor 505
Forde, Abbot of 506
Grandisson, Bishop 505, 509
Greig, F 507
Gudeford, Peter de 506
Guldeford, William de 507
Harpyn, Sir Alan 508
Hawker, Rev Treasurer 503
Hingeston-Randolph, Prebendary 503
Hoker 505
John XXII 509
Kaignes, Master William (also Caignes) 508
Karswelle, Master Richard de 506
Keneford, Ralph de 506
Kilkenny, Master Andrew de 507
Lear family 504
Leofricus, Bishop 505
Liskeard, Clement of 507
Martyn family 504
Nicholas IV 508
Oliver 505
Pontiserra, Master John de 506
Quivil, Bishop Peter 507-8
Roche, Dame Agnes de la 507
Roche, Sir Robert de la 507
Somervail, Mr 503
Stapeldon, Bishop Walter de 508-9
Stapeldone, Sir Thomas 508
Teignmouth, Master Eustace of 509
Worcester, William of 507