Benjamin Incledon

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Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796) (pronounced "Ingledon") of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was an English antiquarian and genealogist.wikipedia
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Pilton House, Pilton

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Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796) (pronounced "Ingledon") of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was an English antiquarian and genealogist. He was the second son and heir of Robert Incledon (1676–1758), builder of Pilton House, Deputy Recorder of Barnstaple and twice Mayor of Barnstaple, in 1712 and 1721, by his second wife, Penelope Sandford, daughter of John Sandford of Ninehead, Somerset.

Pilton, Devon

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Incledon was baptised at Pilton, near Barnstaple, Devonshire, on 6 June 1730.
A history of St. Margaret's Leper Hospital at Pilton was written by the genealogist Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796), of Pilton House, whose ancient family had originated at the estate of Incledon, 3 miles north-west of Braunton.

Incledon

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His family originated in the 12th century at the estate of Incledon in the parish of Braunton, near Barnstaple, in North Devon, and in 1319 purchased the adjoining estate of Buckland, which they later made their principal seat.

Buckland, Braunton

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His family originated in the 12th century at the estate of Incledon in the parish of Braunton, near Barnstaple, in North Devon, and in 1319 purchased the adjoining estate of Buckland, which they later made their principal seat.

Robert Incledon

He was the second son and heir of Robert Incledon (1676–1758), builder of Pilton House, Deputy Recorder of Barnstaple and twice Mayor of Barnstaple, in 1712 and 1721, by his second wife, Penelope Sandford, daughter of John Sandford of Ninehead, Somerset.

Devon heraldry

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With an ample patrimony, he interested himself all his life in the ancient families of Devonshire.

Tiverton, Devon

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Benjamin Incledon was educated at Blundell's School in Tiverton, Devon, and in 1765 was elected as a feoffee of that foundation.

Yeotown, Goodleigh

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The mansion house was remodelled in about 1807 in the neo-gothic style by Robert Newton Incledon (1761-1846), eldest son of Benjamin Incledon (1730-1796) of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple, an antiquarian and genealogist and Recorder of the Borough of Barnstaple (1758–1796).

Barnstaple

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Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796) (pronounced "Ingledon") of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was an English antiquarian and genealogist. Incledon was baptised at Pilton, near Barnstaple, Devonshire, on 6 June 1730. He was the second son and heir of Robert Incledon (1676–1758), builder of Pilton House, Deputy Recorder of Barnstaple and twice Mayor of Barnstaple, in 1712 and 1721, by his second wife, Penelope Sandford, daughter of John Sandford of Ninehead, Somerset.

Devon

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Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796) (pronounced "Ingledon") of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was an English antiquarian and genealogist.

Antiquarian

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Benjamin Incledon (1730–1796) (pronounced "Ingledon") of Pilton House, Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was an English antiquarian and genealogist.

Braunton

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His family originated in the 12th century at the estate of Incledon in the parish of Braunton, near Barnstaple, in North Devon, and in 1319 purchased the adjoining estate of Buckland, which they later made their principal seat.

Blundell's School

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Benjamin Incledon was educated at Blundell's School in Tiverton, Devon, and in 1765 was elected as a feoffee of that foundation.

Feoffee

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Benjamin Incledon was educated at Blundell's School in Tiverton, Devon, and in 1765 was elected as a feoffee of that foundation.

Richard Polwhele

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The Devon historian Richard Polwhele referred to his skill in compiling pedigrees, and the Stemmata Fortescuana, which he drew up in 1795, form the basis of the genealogies in Lord Clermont's "History of the Family of Fortescue".

Thomas Fortescue, 1st Baron Clermont

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The Devon historian Richard Polwhele referred to his skill in compiling pedigrees, and the Stemmata Fortescuana, which he drew up in 1795, form the basis of the genealogies in Lord Clermont's "History of the Family of Fortescue".

Earl Fortescue

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The Devon historian Richard Polwhele referred to his skill in compiling pedigrees, and the Stemmata Fortescuana, which he drew up in 1795, form the basis of the genealogies in Lord Clermont's "History of the Family of Fortescue". 211–14. His manuscript collections on the Fortescues are deposited with Lord Fortescue at Castle Hill.

The Gentleman's Magazine

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For some unknown reason he refused to submit his pedigrees to the inspection of Polwhele, who thereupon addressed to him an angry letter, which is printed in the 'Gentleman's Magazine' for April 1791, p. 308, and in his `Traditions,' i. 258-9.

Castle Hill, Filleigh

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211–14. His manuscript collections on the Fortescues are deposited with Lord Fortescue at Castle Hill.

Bishop's Clyst

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