"Often quoted, rarely acknowledged" is the tag line to the excellent Plymouth Data website run by Brian Moseley. Containing over 2,000 pages of information on such varied subjects as churches, chapels, public houses, convents, nunneries, schools, roads, streets, and much more, this site is well worth a visit - and a long stay! (if you can ever tear yourself away from such intriguing pages as those devoted to sports, lighthouses, charities, air services, ambulance services, electricity, and earliest residents...)
The site does not restrict itself just to Plymouth. Also encountered are Devonport and East
Stonehouse, and also the ancient parishes of Saint Budeaux, Eggbuckland, Tamerton Foliot,
Plympton Saint Maurice, Plympton Saint Mary and Plymstock, which make up the modern City of
Plymouth, within the County of Devon, in the United Kingdom.
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