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The Book of Haddiscoe by Lin Bensley takes a discerning view of
the village and particular inhabitants from the
latter half of the eighteen hundreds to the middle
of the 20th century with the aid of memoirs,
letters, journals, diaries, books, newspaper
articles and over two hundred historic photographs.
Berrynarbor has had a place in history since the
Domesday Book. It nestles in a valley surrounded by other
larger communities of Combe Martin, Braunton,
Ilfracombe and the market town of Barnstaple. Here the history of the Community is explored by Judith Adam through the life of one of its oldest inhabitants with over two hundred fascinating photographs covering over a hundred years.
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