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Author:
Charles Scott-Fox
ISBN13:
978-0954701345
ISBN:
0954701348
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Charles Scott-Fox (December 12, 2008)
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Ayshford Chapel is a former private chapel in the village of Ayshford, in the parish of Burlescombe, Devon, England.

Ayshford Chapel is a former private chapel in the village of Ayshford, in the parish of Burlescombe, Devon, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building, and is under the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches. It is situated immediately to the south of the manor house of Ayshford Court, and to the north of the Grand Western Canal.

Ayshford is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Aiseforda. Fox, Charles Scott, Ayshford's Heritage. It is recorded even earlier in a charter dated 958. The manor house is now split into two residences. Ayshford Court, with its chapel and farmbuildings form an attractive group of buildings. The Ayshford estates passed to the Sanford family of Nynehead Court, Somerset, by the marriage of the heiress Mary Ayshford (1607–1662), daughter of Henry Ayshford, to Henry Sanford (1612–1644). A mural monument to the couple survives in Nynehead Church. Published in nearby Sampford Peverell).

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Charles James Fox (24 January 1749 – 13 September 1806) was a British Whig politician most noted for his support of the American and French Revolutions. I pay no regard whatever to the voice of the people: it is their duty to do what is proper, without considering what may be agreeable.

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