MDE20857 - Hollacombe (Place)
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Hollacombe was Holecome in Domesday. It was held by Walter de Duaco, alias Walscin (or the foreigner). Before the Conquest it was held by Alwy. Later descent given.  Hollacombe is Holecumbe in the Assizes of 1292. It means 'hollow valley', from the two words holh and cumb. 
|Grid reference||SS 6458 4377 (point) (MasterMap)|
|Civil Parish||KENTISBURY, NORTH DEVON, DEVON|
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- Devon SMR Monument ID: 18771
- Devon SMR: SS64SW/50
Record last edited
Dec 15 2014 1:20PM
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