BRADNINCH PHOTO GALLERY

These photos were taken on Thursday, 17 September 2015 by Tim & Susan Goodhind, along with British Goodhind cousin Valerie Wright & her amazing husband David (our co-tour guide & congenial chauffeur), without whom the visit would not have been possible. Thank you both, Val & David, for sharing your time, your vast local knowledge, your boundless hospitality and your incredible good humor with us! We are forever in your debt.

Along Fore Street Looking towards St. Disen's Church Along Fore Street

Along Fore Street St. Disen's church Church and entrance gate

Entering the churchyard Main entrance to the church

The Nave Baptismal font The Nave The Nave ceiling

The Nave Parishioner's memorial plaque Memorial plaque to the Daniel Boone family of America

The Nave

The screen that separates the Nave from the sanctuary The pulpit A kneeler Eagle-inspired lectern

Details of the screen

Stained glass window Organ pipes Church banner Parishioner memorial plaques

List of Vicars, back to the 1200s! Stained glass windows

Stained glass window Ceiling lantern The pulpit Rear of eagle-inspired lectern

Nave pews Side of Nave

Within the Nave

Pamphlet of History of St. Disen's Church

The Nave area

Nave details Nave aisle

Donation box stretching back for generations Stained glass in entranceway Lantern above entrance door

Imposing entrance door Bench outside entrance door Back in the churchyard

Hele Road - rear of the row of stucco and thatch-roof cottages where William & Ann Goodhind likely lived in the early to mid-1800s, known as "Cross Cottages." (See right sidebar above for front image.)


The grounds of Devon Valley Mill. It was here that the Hele papermill was located. It was likely that William Goodhind Sr. and William II were employed as papermakers while they lived in Bradninch.





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