July 27th, 2016

Marldon - Compton Castle, Devon - Brixham

Compton Castle, Devon, home to Sir Humphrey Gilbert (1539–1583), coloniser of Newfoundland and half-brother of Sir Walter Raleigh.
Compton Castle remained in the Gilbert family until the estate was sold in 1785
Astrolabe, Compton Castle, Devon
Compton Castle, Devon
1. 'he shall give his angels charge over thee'
In memory of Nancy Mercer Corah d.1932
2. East window in memory of
Francis Garrett of Parkfield d.1860
1. 'St Peter, St James, St John'
In memory of William Henry Browse d.1884

2. Stained Glass Window in memory of
Amy Elizabeth Browse d.1919
Cenotaph of Otho Gilbert, 1493.
St. John Baptist, Marldon
Stone Drum Pulpit by
Temple Moore with statue niches on a marble base
St Mary Magdalene, Upton
Stone sounding board, with carved vaulting and statues
St Mary Magdalene, Upton, Torquay
'The Good Shepherd'
In memory of Rev. Edward Prase Gregg d.1915
St Mary Magdalene, Upton, Torquay
Lunch on the Waterfront, Torbay
Seam of Icelandic Spar, Torbay
Earthcache, Torbay
The Waterfront, Torbay
On the Beach, Torbay
Beach Huts, Torbay
Golden Hind, Brixham.
Famous for her circumnavigation of the Globe between 1577 and 1580, captained by
Sir Francis Drake.
Brixham Harbour, home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the United Kingdom.

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