Cupboard 4

Top shelf, back:
Bound Books:

  • The Place Names of Devon Parts 1 & 2,.
  • Public Charities of the County of Devon vols. 1-3, 1826.
  • L. S. Snell, The Suppression of the Religious Foundations of Devon and Cornwall, Wordens of Cornwall 1967.
  • The Town Hall and Property Owner, 1967 (BW).
  • Crossing's Guide to Dartmoor (BW).
  • Proceedings of the Devonshire Association 1900 and 1902.
  • Throwleigh, by E. Varwell (BW).
  • Maurice Beresford, New Towns of the Middle Ages (PS).
  • Bound Beacons, 1982-2007, 1988-89 with MW.

Top shelf, front

  • Dartmoor Atlas of Antiquities Vol. 2, the North, 1991.
  • The Story of Sticklepath 1955, revised 1983.
  • Dartmoor, a Handbook for Visitors, early 20th century? (BW).
  • Fieldwork in Local History, Hoskins.
  • Illustrated Handbook of Vernacular Architecture, Brunskill 1987.
  • Mines of Dartmoor and the Tamar Valley, 1991 (GB).
  • Copper and Copper Mining, 1987 (GB).
  • The History of North Tawton, 1978.
  • The Finch Foundry (GB).
  • The Book of Belstone, 2002.
  • School Chronicle, 1879-1979 (Sticklepath school).
  • A bundle of books, booklets, guides from the Blanche Wonnacott Archive.
  • South Tawton and South Zeal, R. and U. Radford, 2000.
  • A map of the County of Devon, 1765.

In large envelopes: A selection of Directories; Census returns for areas outside the villages; information on Unitary Authorities, 2008.

Middle and bottom shelves:
The Lega Weekes Archive and catalogue.


South Tawton Local History Group has an active Facebook page with interesting historical and recent photographs regularly appearing.

Map of South Zeal

In 2013 the South Tawton Local History Group installed a board with a historical map of South Zeal at the South Zeal car park: