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The church of Chulmleigh

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 39, (1907), pp. 208-215.


J.B. Pearson

Prepared by Michael Steer

Chulmleigh parish church (St. Mary Magdalen) was formerly a collegiate church, with seven prebends founded at an unknown date. It was entirely rebuilt in the 15th cent., and has a very fine tower, restored in 1881. The interior is spacious, with lofty nave arcades and good wagon roofs with carved bosses and angels on the wall-plates. The chancel was rebuilt, and four memorial windows inserted, in 1860. A fine rood-screen, in perfect condition, with its vaulting and cornices complete, extends across nave and aisles. 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.
Atkinson, George MA 213-4
Baitson, Christopher 211-2, 214
Beaufort, Dukes of 210-3
Bethune, George Cuddington BD 211
Brolond, John de 210
Brooklands 209
Cary, John 213
Charles II 213
Colbelegh, Philip de 210
Cotes, Shirley MA 211, 213-4
Courtenay family 208, 210
Coxe, Thomas Chamberlane MA 212, 214
Denison, William BD 211, 214
Doune, Richard de 210
Edward VI 209
Estcot, Daniel BD 213-4
Farthing, John 211
Foke, John 210
Foster 214
Francklyn, Thomas AM 211, 213-4
Fraunceys, Jacob 210
Heather, Thomas MA 212, 214
Henaly, David 210
Henry VIII 208
Hervy, Philip 210
Hole, George LLB 211-3, 215
Hole, Humphrey Aram BA 211-4
Hole, Richard MA 211-4
Hole, Robert 211, 213, 215
Hole, Rev Robert MA 211-2, 215
Hopkins, Benjamin MA 212-4
Horsman, Nicholas BD 213-4
Ingham, Godefrid de 210
Kelly 210
Lewes, Thomas MA 211, 214
Marchant, Thomas AM 211, 214
Marshall, Mr 215
Milsum, John MA 211, 214
Nicholas, Pope 208
Nicholls, Matthew BA 212, 214
Payne, Thomas MA 213
Penrose, George 213-4
Pugh, William 215
Risdon 208
Rogers, William MA 211, 214
Segrave, Adam de 210
Shaw, George 213-4
Somerset, Henry 211, 213
Somerset, Marquis of 213
Taillor, Robert 210
Tanner, Robert MA 211-3
Tournor, John 210
Webber, Thomas 210
Wheeler, Robert MA 211-2, 214
Whithalf 209
Worcester, Marquis of 211-3
Yaldon, Thomas STP 212-4