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Brushford church, Lutyens chapel

Brushford parish lies outside the Exmoor National Park but is closely bound to it through its neighbours Dulverton and East Anstey.

Signatures and marks of Brushford parishioners agreeing to stand surety for the father of an illegitimate child 1649 [1648 old style].  

The Carnarvon Arms hotel in Brushford was built by the earl of Carnarvon to serve his new market and benefit from the recently completed railway be

Cloggs Farm

Brass in Dulverton church to Humphry Sydenham of Combe, Dulverton, d. 1710 aged 38

Courtenay Monument in Molland church

This line, now dismantled, played an important part in the business and social life of southern Exmoor between 1873 and 1966.

Nice rubble house, long with brick segmental window-heads. Looks C19 but disposition suggests 3 rooms and through passage.

All Saints Church, Dulverton

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