St Thomas, Exeter

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.wikipedia
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Exeter St Thomas railway station

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St Thomas is served by Exeter St Thomas railway station
Exeter St Thomas railway station is a suburban railway station in Exeter, England, serving the suburb of St Thomas and the riverside area.

Floyer Hayes

Floyer Hayes was an historic manor in the parish of St Thomas on the southern side of the City of Exeter in Devon, England, from which city it is separated by the River Exe.

Thomas Northmore (died 1713)

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Thomas Northmore (c.1643-1713) of Cleve in the parish of St Thomas, Exeter, in Devon was a Barrister-at-Law, a Master in Chancery and a Member of Parliament for Okehampton in Devon 1695-1708.

St Thomas Rural District

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A St Thomas Rural District existed from 1894 to 1974.
It was named after the parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, which was an urban district in its own right, with offices opposite St Thomas Church in Cowick Street, until 1900 when it was annexed to Exeter.

Civil parish

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.

England

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.

River Exe

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.

Exeter

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St Thomas (St Thomas the Apostle's) is a large 3700 acre civil parish in Devon, England, on the western side of the river Exe, connected to Exeter by Exe Bridge.

2001 United Kingdom census

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The population, according to the 2001 census, is 6,246, increasing to 6,455 at the 2011 Census.

2011 United Kingdom census

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The population, according to the 2001 census, is 6,246, increasing to 6,455 at the 2011 Census.

Oldridge

The other part, about a mile to the west of the main body of the parish, contained the hamlet of Oldridge and was transferred to the parish of Whitestone in 1884.

Whitestone, Devon

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The other part, about a mile to the west of the main body of the parish, contained the hamlet of Oldridge and was transferred to the parish of Whitestone in 1884.

Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland)

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St Thomas the Apostle became an urban district in 1894 with the passing of the Local Government Act 1894, and was incorporated into the municipal borough of Exeter in 1900.

Local Government Act 1894

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St Thomas the Apostle became an urban district in 1894 with the passing of the Local Government Act 1894, and was incorporated into the municipal borough of Exeter in 1900.

Municipal borough

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St Thomas the Apostle became an urban district in 1894 with the passing of the Local Government Act 1894, and was incorporated into the municipal borough of Exeter in 1900.

English Civil War

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The mediaeval church burned down in 1645 during the Civil War, and was rebuilt before 1657.

John Betjeman

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John Betjeman said little about it in his Collins Pocket Guide to English Parish Churches: the South (1968): only "fittings".

Thomas Northmore

He was born at Cleve in the parish of St Thomas, Exeter, in Devon, the eldest son of Thomas Northmore of Cleve, by his wife Elizabeth Osgood, daughter and heiress of Richard Osgood of Fulham.

West Exe School

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West Exe School is a secondary school in Exeter, with a catchment area covering St Thomas, Alphington, and some parts of Exwick.