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" Nectan, who highly reverenced the man, and verily believed, that, through his merits, her husband had escaped shipwreck in a dangerous tempest. "
The Chorographical Description Or Survey of the County of Devon - Page 235
by Tristram Risdon - 1811 - 442 pages
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A chorographical description or survey of the county of Devon. With additions

Tristram Risdon - 1811
...cules Promontory, a cape which thrusteth itself •forth into the Severn sea, and retaineth some shadow of its antiquity to this day, being known by the name...king Henry the second, yet they confederated with Endo, viscount of Porchoit, who sought to usurp upon the duchy of Britanny. For which cause the king...
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A guide to North Devon

1843
...man's relics, to whose memory Githa, the wife of Earl Godwin, built a small monastery, because she verily believed, that through his merits, her husband had escaped shipwreck in a dangerous tempest. This manor, during the Conqueror's reign, was in the possession of Barons Dinar it, afterwards called...
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The north Devon hand book

George Tugwell - 1857
...Giltha, Earl Godwin's wife, erected an abbey to the memory of S. Nectan, whom she highly reverenced, and verily believed, that through his merits, her...husband had escaped shipwreck in a dangerous tempest."* This manor, during the Conqueror's reign, was in the possession of Barons Dinant, afterwards called...
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