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Sittings in Hartland Church, 1613

Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries Vol. 11:1, (1920), pp. 18-24.

by

R. Pearse Chope

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Anglican church is St Nectan's Church which has the highest tower in Devon, built in the late Perpendicular style. The church is large and was built in the mid 14th century. Notable features include the fine Norman font, the rood screen (the finest in north Devon) and the old wagon roofs. The monuments include an elaborate medieval tomb-chest, a small brass of 1610 and a metal-inlaid lid of a churchyard tomb of 1618. This article concerns dispute over complex church seating arrangements. 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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Abbatt, Mr 29
Abbott, Prudence 28
Blagdon, John, alias Gifford 27-8
Blagdon, Peter 27, 29
Cholwell, Thomas 27, 29
Cornish, John 27-8
Dayman, Alse 29
Deyman, Laurence gent 27, 29
Deyman, Richard gent 27
Docton, Mrs 28
Docton, Thomas Esq 27-9
Dove, Thomas 27
Grig, John 29
Harrys, William 29
Hooper, William 27
Jenken, Mary 29
Kirkwood, Major John H M, DSO 26
Luttrell, Andrew Esq 28-9
Luttrell family 27
Luttrell, Nicholas Esq 27-8
Nicoll, Peter 27
Prust, Hugh 28-9
Prust, Mrs 29
Rowe, Francis 27
Seccombe, John 28-9
Seccombe, Margaret 28-9
Sherme, Simon 27
Velly, John 29
Velly, Nicholas 29