Snodderbottom Wood

Reference: Emsworthy Mire Nature Reserve map by Devon Wildlife Trust.

Holwell Farm Gateway Bound, No.15 in series

Notes: Not a boundary stone or rock. Dave Brewer writes: “The gateway was in the old wall above the left bank of the brook and in 1853 it was agreed to erect a new stone to be called the Duke Stone.

The numbering for these Haytor and Bagtor Down boundary markers is the same as that used by Dave Brewer.

Reference:

  • Brewer, D. and Brewer, K. (2002): Dartmoor Boundary Markers: And Other Markers On and Around the Moor.

Holwell Bridge (Old) Bound, No.14 in series

Notes: This was once known as Holwell Bridge although that name today applies to the modern 2014 footbridge over the Becka Brook downstream.

On Ilsington/Manaton parish bounds. Dave Brewer advises that this is not a boundary stone as such, but was nevertheless an important point. The clapper has collapsed into the water.

The numbering for these Haytor and Bagtor Down boundary markers is the same as that used by Dave Brewer.

References:

  • Brewer, D. and Brewer, K. (2002): Dartmoor Boundary Markers: And Other Markers On and Around the Moor.
  • Grigg, S. (2020): Dartmoor Explorations