MEM21942 - Vicarage, Dulverton (Building)
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The Vicarage is a large, post medieval house with an adjacent courtyard complex in 1790, and may have an earlier origin. The Vicar's Orchard lies between the stream and the churchyard. The Vicarage was rebuilt in the 19th century. [1-2] The house is depicted on the Tithe Map for Dulverton with a courtyard to the east and a stables to the southeast. It therefore appears to have been rebuilt after this was surveyed. The area to the west and south of the house was formal gardens. At this time, it was occupied by the Reverend Joshua Bryan. 
- <1> SEM7096 Article in monograph: Gathercole, C.. 2003. English Heritage Extensive Urban Survey: An Archaeological Assessment of Dulverton. The Somerset Urban Archaeological Survey. English Heritage. p7, 10, 14.
- <2> SEM7586 Map: 1790. Plan of Manor of Dulverton.
- <3> SEM7072 Report: Green, T., Humphreys, C. + Waterhouse, R.. Woodliving, Dulverton, Somerset: Results of an Archaeological Building Survey and Desk-Based Study. p6.
- <4> SEM7523 Monograph: Dulverton and District Civic Society. 2002. The Book of Dulverton, Brushford, Bury and Exebridge. Halsgrove. p54.
- <5> SSO187 Map: 1838. Dulverton Tithe Map and Apportionment. Land parcel 2222.
|Grid reference||Centred SS 9153 2792 (56m by 51m) (Estimated from sources)|
|Civil Parish||DULVERTON, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET|
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Feb 3 2020 11:49AM
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