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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye
Eye
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Eye Castle
Eye Castle
 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of village looking north. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of village green and pub. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
Ruins of the Priory. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
View of the Priory ruins looking north-west. 
 
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Frithelstock
Frithelstock
Frithelstock Priory. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of the village from the east. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
St James's church viewed from the north.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of the village from the west.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of the village from the south-east. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of the village from the east. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
The 'Duke of York' pub. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
Interior of the 'Duke of York' pub. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
The 'Duke of York' pub. The exterior of this building was featured in the BBC Television drama series 'Down to Earth' (interior shots were filmed at another pub in nearby Exbourne). The pub has won many awards claiming to be one of the best pubs in England.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View from St. James's church towards the Duke of York pub. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
Memorial plaque on gate of St. James's church. The Mallet-Veales of Hatherleigh were a sub-branch of the Mallets of Ash that inherited property from the Veales for which they had to adopt that family's name.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
Church tower viewed from the west. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of St James's church from the 'Duke of York' pub.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
Interior of the 'Duke of York' adorned with foreign bank notes.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View from the east towards the 'Duke of York' pub and cottages.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View towards Dartmoor from St James's church yard. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of Ash House from St James's church yard.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View towards Okehampton from St James's church yard. 
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View towards Cosden Beacon from St James's church yard. Below the Beacon are the villages of South Tawton, South Zeal and Sticklepath, home to another branch of the Mallett family.  
 
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Iddesleigh
Iddesleigh
View of Iddesleigh village from the south-west. 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Memorial stone mounted on the wall inside St. James's church. Though this was probably erected in the 1930's it replaces an earlier stone mounted at the same location.  
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Memorial stone. 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
The Mallet Vault. 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Location of the Mallet vault. 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
The original Malet coat of arms used by various branches of the family including those in France, where it is believed to have first been used in the Norman era.  
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Coat of Arms of the Mallets of Deandon. The Malets of Enmore in Somerset inherited the estate and coat of arms of the Deandon family in the 13th century, thus starting the Ash and Wooleigh/St Audries Mallet dynasties in Devon. Deandon, also once known as Deaudon or Deardon, is now known as 'Jordan' at Widdecombe-in-the-Moor. Thus the Mallet family has had a continuous presence in Devon for over 700 years.  
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
 
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Coat of Arms for Lady Matilde Mallet and Sir Philip Du Cros. The Du Cros family were the owners of the famous 'Dunlop' rubber tyre company.  
 
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Iddesleigh Parish Church
Iddesleigh Parish Church
Window showing coat of arms for various Mallet families. The panes were installed in the 1930's and were sponsored by Sir Claude Coventry Mallet to commemorate the family's long assocation with Iddesleigh.  
 

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