MEM24702 - Yarnor Moor Lodge (Building)


The building was constructed for Lady Lovelace in the 1860s, for the widow of one of her farmers.

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The lodge was constructed for Lady Lovelace in the 1860s for the widow of one of her farms. The first tenants had local names, including Rawle, Floyd and Hawkins. [1] The site is a clear plot on the Tithe Map for Porlock. [2] A square building is depicted on the 25 inch 1st Edition Ordnance Survey map at SS 8310 4712, facing a road junction to the south. It had a small central porch on the southern elevation and a small outshot to the rear (north) on the western end. It is labelled Yearnor Moor Lodge. [3] The building is shown on 2018 MasterMap data and labelled Yarnor Moor Lodge. It has a small extension on the eastern side. [4]

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  • <1> Serial: Exmoor Society. 1959-present. Exmoor Review. Volume 4 (1962), "Culbone Stables", p66-7 (EMG).
  • <2> Map: Cox, J. W.C.. 1841. Porlock Tithe Map and Apportionment. 13.3 inches : 1 mile.
  • <3> Map: Ordnance Survey. 1868-1901. County Series; 1st Edition 25 Inch Map. 1:2500.
  • <4>XY Map: Ordnance Survey. 2018. MasterMap. [Mapped feature: #46230 ]

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Grid reference Centred SS 8310 4712 (13m by 10m)
Map sheet SS84NW
Historic Parish PORLOCK

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Record last edited

Aug 17 2020 12:18PM


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