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St Michael and All Angels, Bulkworthy, Devon

(50°54′20″N, 4°17′2″W)
SS 395 143
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Devon
now Devon
medieval Exeter
now Exeter
  • Hazel Gardiner
8 June 2001

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Feature Sets

A very small, rubble-built 15thc. church with chancel and nave in one, a two-bay S aisle, two storey S porch and bellcote. The S aisle abuts the porch. The church was restored in 1873–4. The only 12thc. feature is the remodelled font.


Domesday Book records that Iric of Bulkworthy was Lord of Bulkworthy in 1066. In 1086 Ansger (the Breton) was Lord and Count Robert of Mortain was tenant-in-chief.





N. Pevsner and B. Cherry, The Buildings of England: Devon, 2nd ed., London, 1989, 238.

C. and F. Thorn (eds) Domesday Book: Devon, Chichester, 1985, 15, 14.