Posted: June 6, 2012 Filed under: All Saint's Church, Churches, Highweek, Richard Yarde | Tags: All Saints Church, Highweek, Highweek Parish, Newton Abbot, Richard Yarde
Highweek’s All Saint’s Church was built in 1428 by Richard Yarde and burials were prohibited so that coffins had to be taken to the mother church at Kingsteignton.
All Saints Church, Highweek, Newton Abbot
Posted: May 22, 2012 Filed under: All Saint's Church, Bradley, Census, Churches, Devon, Domesday Survey, Early, England, Highweek, Highweek, Highweek, Highweek, Newton Abbot, Parish, Schirebourne Newton, Teignmouth, Teignwick | Tags: All Saints, All Saints Church Teignmouth, Bradley, Domesday, Highweek Parish, Lord Of The Manor, Meadowland, Parish Church, River Teign, Royal Approval, Schirebourne Newton, Sheep Goats. Highweek's Parish Church, Teignwick, Trading Post, Wick, Woodland
Highweek Parish comprises the manors of Wick, or Teignwick, Bradley and perhaps a third manor of Schirebourne Newton. ‘Wick’ has a Latin root coming from the word ‘wic’ indicating a trading post with Royal Approval, hence Teignwick signifying a trading post on the River Teign. At the time of the Domesday’s record, 8 acres of woodland and 4 acres of meadowland were recorded equally between the Lord of the Manor and the workers, with 100 sheep and 28 goats. Highweek’s Parish Church, All Saints Church has a clear view to Teignmouth.
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Description: English: All Saints Church, Highweek The church is in a dominant position on a hill overlooking Newton Abbot, and stands on its own away from other buildings. Date: 24 July 2008. Source: From geograph.org.uk Author: Derek Harper