Three Parishes Boundary Stone

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This is a three-sided bound stone erected in 1987.  It is a modern replacement for one destroyed by Americal Forces in WW2.  The 3 sides are inscribed P, M and B for Peter Tavy, Mary Tavy and Brentor respectively.  It is not on the OS map and due to boundary changes it is no longer on the corner of the three parishes either!  Information from Dave Brewer, Dartmoor Boundary Markers. (Submitted by PHB 2019)

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