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William Mallett
William Mallett
William Mallett photograph from the album of Mary Thorne Mallett Henriod (now in the possession of Cheri Theurer).

Courtesy Cheri Theurer and Karl Whittington. 
 
802
William Mallett c 1920
William Mallett c 1920
Courtesy Margaret Chambers. 
 
803
William Rice Mallett and Ann Read Kingdon
William Rice Mallett and Ann Read Kingdon
Status: Located; In Loving Memory of William Rice Mallett and Ann Read Kingdon his wife who died 27th August 1897 (and) 11th August 1893. Born in this parish baptised and married in this church. At rest in this churchyard.

"With my whole heart I have sought thee" 
 
804
Winnie Mallett c 1905
Winnie Mallett c 1905
Photo courtesy Margaret Chambers. 
 
805
Winnie Mallett c 1918
Winnie Mallett c 1918
Photo courtesy Margaret Chambers. 
 
806
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Gate post. 
 
807
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Ventilation slot. 
 
808
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Overall view. 
 
809
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Front view. 
 
810
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Workmen's bell. 
 
811
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Door of chapel, with moulding dated to c1400. 
 
812
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Chapel, c1400, at the east end of the house. Behind is the solar, or family's private quarters.  
 
813
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Early 16th C Solar cross-wing and c1400 chapel. 
 
814
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
West end of south front. The room next to the cross passage was the "service" room (food preparation & storage). The large end room (2 sets of windows) is later than the original house, and was added in the late 17th C. All the windows in the south front are 19th C.  
 
815
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Farm track, looking west across the River Torridge valley. 
 
816
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
East end. Large window and brown door mark the extent of the hall, the most important room, formerly open to the roof until 17th C when it was ceiled. This entailed moving the hearth from its central position to a lateral one, marked by the stack behind. Clock tower is a much later addition (19th C). The bell used to call in the workers from the fields.  
 
817
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Gateway. 
 
818
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Front porch, late 19th C, possibly on site of earlier one. 
 
819
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Entrance Sign. 
 
820
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Front garden. 
 
821
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Steps. 
 
822
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
View from the driveway. 
 
823
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Front path. 
 
824
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Barn side view. 
 
825
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
A modified photograph showing how the house may have looked in earlier times, with a thatched roof instead of Slate.

With thanks to Dave Dingley. 
 
826
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Farm track, looking west from main road. 
 
827
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
East end. 
 
828
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Driveway. 
 
829
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
 
 
830
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
View from drive, looking north-west across the River Torridge valley with drive on the right. 
 
831
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Tractors. 
 
832
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
Ornamental gate post. 
 
833
Wooleigh Barton
Wooleigh Barton
West end. The porch marks the position of the cross passage. The brick stack marks the end of the early house.  
 

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