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When war erupted his father was in Great Britain. Consequently, he spent the remainder of the war at a detention camp on the Isle of Man. Meanwhile, his mother worked as milliner in a distant city in Germany. As Ley later recalled he "grew up, so to speak, in the shadow of the Museum of Natural History in Berlin," where he spent Sundays exploring the exhibits and asking questions.

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Descent[ edit ] Pre Norman Conquest[ edit ] The estate derives its name from having been before the Norman Conquest of the cott of the Saxon cottar named Hudda. Venner[ edit ] Arms of Venner of Hudscott, Chittlehampton: Gules, three bends or a chief per fess ermine and argent [11] The first known family to have resided at Hudscott was that of Venner. The Brett alias "Brighte", "Brite", etc. The Copleston family is according to a traditional rhyme one of the most ancient Devonshire gentry families: [18] "Crocker, Cruwys and Copplestone, When The Conqueror came were all at home".

By his 2nd wife he had 4 sons and 3 daughters. His eldest son John Venner pre died unmarried and predeceased his father, which left his younger brother William Venner died as heir to Hudscott. William II Venner died [ edit ] William II Venner died second son , who married Elizabeth of unrecorded family, by whom he had 1 son and 2 daughters.

His son William Venner born predeceased his father, as did his sister Susanna Venner , which left the surviving daughter Elizabeth Venner born as sole heiress. It appears however that Hudscott had been the residence of his father John I Lovering and his wife Dorothy Dodderidge, as the arms of Lovering impaling Dodderidge exist on an escutcheon within a scroll-work plaster overmantel in the hall.

Andrews suggested that John I Lovering was a nephew of William Venner, and that at some time before his death in Venner had handed over the estate to Lovering. Lovering[ edit ] Arms of Lovering of Hudscott, Chittlehampton, as seen on Rolle mural monument, as escutcheon of pretence , Chittlehampton Church: Argent, on a fesse wavy azure a lion passant or John I Lovering died [ edit ] Detail from 17th-century plasterwork overmantel in hall of Hudscott House, showing arms of Lovering of Hudscott Argent, on a fesse wavy azure a lion passant or impaling Dodderidge Argent, two pales wavy azure between nine crosses croslet gules [23] here shown apparently with tinctures transposed.

The crest of Lovering of unknown form is missing from on top of the helm John I Lovering died was a merchant of Weare Giffard. The Lovering family held at some time the north Devon manor of Bittadon.

She was the daughter of Pentecost Dodderidge died c. Bremridge survives today, but without the demolished wings of the grand Dodderidge mansion, but the arms of Dodderidge survive above the front door. The Dodderidge family were important merchants and ship-owners in Barnstaple and their Elizabethan mansion survived until the early 20th century in Cross Street, Barnsatple, until it was demolished to make way for a new post office.

The oak panelling and chimneypiece of one room however was saved and now lines the walls of one of the rooms in the Barnstaple guildhall. The arms of Lovering impaling Dodderidge exist at Hudscott on an escutcheon within a scroll-work plaster overmantel in the hall.

It was her delight to entertain such men as John Flavel of Torrington and other dejected ministers, whose writings, the labours of a forced retirement, have become the inheritance of the whole church.

This referred to about two thousand puritan clergy who after the Restoration of the Monarchy in had refused to use the Book of Common Prayer which had been banned during the Commonwealth but then had been restored for compulsory usage by the Act of Uniformity Such clergy were then ejected from their livings and in were forbidden by Parliament, having passed the Five Mile Act , to preach within 5 miles of an incorporated town.

His residence there appears to have been at Huxhill Barton. John II Lovering appears to have been an exporter of herring fish to Spain, as the following recorded lawsuit of suggests: "John Martin v. John Lovering: Consignment of fish to St. Lucar or Seville in Spain. Touching a former suit also. Chanter states the account in Lorna Doone to be confused.

He had by Elizabeth two sons, John Lovering and Venner Lovering who both predeceased their father without progeny, and two daughters: Arms of Richard II Acland of Fremington Chequy argent and sable, a fesse gules impaling the arms of his wife Susanna Lovering d. Sculpted heraldic achievement circa on pediment of brick archway to stable block, Fremington House Susanna Lovering died , who in married Richard II Acland , lord of the manor of Fremington , near Barnstaple, MP for Barnstaple One of their daughters was Bridget Rolle , who brought the Barony of Clinton to her descendants by her husband Francis Trefusis of Trefusis in Cornwall.

Mark Trefusis , who under the terms of the bequest adopted the name and arms of Rolle. See further below. Devon, Esq. Barnstaple, gent. Whereas a marriage is intended to be solemnized between said Samuel Rolle and Dorothy Lovering, etc. Trustees named are enfeoffed of various lands of Samuel Rolle, and also of lands of Dorothy Lovering, viz. Manor of St. Peter Hays, in parish of St. Children of marriage, etc. Detail from the Rolle monument in Chittlehampton Church Samuel II Rolle , only surviving son , MP for Barnstaple, who died without progeny and bequeathed his estates, including Hudscott, and the Lovering moiety in Countisbury, to his much wealthier distant cousin, Denys Rolle — , MP, of Stevenstone.

And whose lives have left to posterity a more expressive memorial than can be perpetuated on the most durable marble". On the monument is shown an escutcheon with the arms of Rolle in the centre of which is an escutcheon of pretence with the arms of Lovering: Argent, on a fesse wavy azure a lion passant or, which signifies that Dorothy Lovering was an heiress. The Giffards had acquired the lordship of the manor of Chittlehampton, and this too was acquired by Samuel II Rolle, and thus from Hudscott became the manor house of Chittlehampton.

Mark Rolle died of Stevenstone and donated by his heir Lord Clinton. He was the 4th son of John Rolle — , of Bicton and Stevenstone, and having three elder brothers it may have seemed unlikely in on the death of Samuel II Rolle that he would inherit the vast paternal Rolle estates.

He resided at his manor of East Tytherley in Hampshire, and also at Hudscott, and all of his children were baptised at Chittlehampton.

At the time of his death in he had provided Hudscott as a home for his two elderly spinster sisters Anne Rolle died and Lucilla Rolle died , [50] declared a lunatic in And I particularly desire that Miss Ann Cutcliffe and Miss Harriet Cutcliffe will in case of my said sister Lucilla being the survivor of my said two sisters reside with my said sister Lucilla And I desire that the steward for the time being at Stevenstone shall pay into the hands of the said Zachary Hammett Drake Ann Cutcliffe and her sister Harriet Cutcliffe were described in the census of concerning Hudscott as "resident gentlewomen", and were from the ancient gentry family of Cutcliffe of Damage, near Ilfracombe, Devon.

Mark Rolle — heir, nephew of 2nd wife, born Hon. Lord Clinton left no son to inherit the title, but two daughters, who in disposed of a large part of the former Rolle estate, including the manor of Chittlehampton and Hudscott.

Between these two daughters the title was abeyant until Hon. Harriet Trefusis 14 November — 15 March , married Maj. Henry Nevile Fane — 2 August They had seven children. Fenella Trefusis 19 August — 19 July , married Hon. John Bowes-Lyon. They had five children. In compliance with the will of his maternal grandfather Thomas Webb Hodgetts, by royal licence dated 4 March he assumed the surname of Hodgetts in lieu of Chambers, and quartered the arms of Hodgetts with Chambers.

Cork, Ireland, who died January 23 AD aged He was a captain in the Coldstream Guards and died at Hudscott aged 37 on 3 October He was buried at Filleigh. A Captain in the Coldstream Guards. Born 24th Decr Died at Hudscott 3rd Octr This brass is placed here by his wife in the year of our Lord God His wife Elizabeth Barry d. In Rev. William Thorold built as a rectory and family house Warkleigh House, to the design of Abbott of Barnstaple.

He died 9 February , without progeny.


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