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Lympstone shoreline. Bass's is the white building left of centre - click for larger view

Lympstone shoreline (Bass's is the white building left of centre)

         
Lympstone foreshore looking south with the tide out. Bass's is in the centre - click for larger image
Lympstone foreshore looking south with the tide out. Bass's in in the centre.
  Lympstone Boat Shelter - click for larger image
Lympstone Boat Shelter
  Another view of Lympstone from the water click for larger image
Another view of Lympstone from the water
         
nside the Lympstone Boat Shelter at low tide - click for larger image
Inside the Lympstone Boat Shelter at low tide.
  Norman Mitchell is the name of the Lympstone boat builder we met, if my memory is correct - click for larger image
Norman Mitchell is the name of the Lympstone boat builder we met, if my memory is correct.
  1 Bass's Cottage Lympstone, 2 June 1999 - click for larger image
1 Bass's Cottage Lympstone, 2 June 1999
         
John Bass's gravestone in Lympstone church - click for larger view A Bass gravestone in the South aisle of Lympstone Church. It relates to my 5xgreat uncle John Bass, shipbuilder, and reads, "Sacred to the memory of John Bass who departed this life Oct 14 1825 Aged 73 Years Also Elizabeth his Wife who departed this life Nov 26th 1821 Aged 67 Years Rebecca Salter died Dec 30 1850 Aged 71 Samuel Tucker Sivell died Jan 21 1851 Aged 25 Anna Sophia Bass died March 3rd 1866 Aged 74"   Lympstone Church where some of my Bass ancestors were buried - click for larger image
Lympstone Church where some of my Bass ancestors were buried. The Lympstone Boat Shelter sea wall and the remnant of Darling's Rock - click for larger image
The Lympstone Boat Shelter sea wall and the remnant of Darling's Rock A view of the Exe estuary - click for larger image
A view of the Exe Estuary from Lympstone 2 June 1999 Extract from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post dated 5 November 1829 advertising the auction of John Bass's Pitt Farm Lympstone.
Extract from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post dated 5 November 1829 advertising the auction of John Bass's Pitt Farm Lympstone. (The son of the earlier John Bass)
       
A house called Bass's on the Strand, Lympstone, adjacent to The Green - click for larger view
A house called Bass's on the Strand, Lympstone, adjacent to The Green This sign is attached just under top left of the garage opening - click for larger view

View up the alley from the beach on the side of Bass's away from - click for larger view
View up the alley from the beach on the side of Bass's away from The Green.
The  Green, Lympstone - click for larger view
The  Green, Lympstone, over the obstruction of which there was a dispute with John Bass in 1810. According to the agreement reached then, the width between those two posts would be 7 feet 6 inches.
The estuary side of Bass's - click for larger view
The estuary side of Bass's

Location of Bass''s on Google Earth.

 

More photos of Lympstone by Derek Harper

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