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Landey (Holy Trinity), a parish in the "union of Barnstaple, hundred of South Molton and North Divisions of Devon, under the Peculiar jurisdiction of the Bishop of Exeter, 2-1/4 miles east southeast of Barnstaple, situated on the road from Barnstaple to South Molton, comprises by computation 2400 acres... the living a perpetual curacy, with that of Swimbridge annexed... patron and appropriator, Dean of Exeter. The church contains a handsome monument to one of the ACLAND family. At Herford, in the parish, was anciently a chapel. (Lewis)

1638Landkeu [Landkey?], Devonshire Administration. Emme COOMBE als. MELLAND [YELLAND? YOLLAND?] (See Index to Devonshire Wills & Admins, p. 43)

1648 Landley [Landkey?], Devonshire Will. Hugh COMB als. YOLLAND (See Index to Devonshire Wills & Admins, p. 44)

Notes: See also Barnstaple and Swimbridge, Devonshire and Boston, Suffolk County, Massachussetts (COMBS vs. YELLING) re COMBS-YOLLAND (a.k.a. YELLAND, etc.)


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