Although sources for Exmoor's medieval history are scarce compared with neighbouring areas there is some interesting material.
The 15th-century chapel of Cotehele House in Calstock, east Cornwall, was a domestic chapel.
Earliest records of Non-Conformists worshipping in Snodland are certificates granting meeting-houses in various homes from 1816.
A vicarage house stood on part of this site from the Middle Ages, and a surviving medieval range at the rear may be part of it.
The buildings along Burford's main streets reflect the town's varied social character, which included gentry and professionals as well as shopkeepe
The rectory house of Codford St Peter. Its classical front conceals a 17th-century house, with a central chimney and lobby-entry plan.
When Codford St Mary's rectory house was built in the 17th century, it was a modest house, unlikely to have been the residence of gentry rector Joh
A substantial house occupied this large site by 1665, when it had at least 10 fireplaces.
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The large gable facing the street at No.