Recently went back to Yealmpton Church. Only 3 miles up the road from where I live. Was good to see the tomb of Mary Copleston, wife of Henry Copleston of Bowden, still looking good for its age. Also seen here are the brass plates with reference to Isabella Copleston nee Fortescue.
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I have updated a lot of links on the page below on the Copleston.net site.
The Wrexham painter poster 1881-2
1903 – 149 Duke Street, Liverpool. Fireproof Depository Note
Thought I’d share some of my ebay purchases with you.
This one is a Monumental brass rubbing of Alyanora Pollard (née Copleston) (died 1430), grandmother of Sir Lewis Pollard (died 1526). St Giles in the Wood parish church, Devon.
More information can be found here
Whilst on the topic of Arms, worth a look at this one.
Yet to see this in the flesh, but will be planning a trip to Poltimore next year.