St Petrock's Church, Farringdon
Farringdon is a village in eastern Devon, six miles east of Exeter city centre, alone on a loop of lane north of the Exeter to Simouth road. The parish is surrounded clockwise from the north by the parishes of Clyst Honiton, Aylesbeare, a small part of Colaton Raleigh, Woodbury, Clyst St Mary and a small part of Sowton.
The parish church of St Petrock and St Barnabas is a Grade-II* listed building. Rebuilt in 1870, it retains its original Norman font. One of its most famous incumbents was John Travers (died 1620), a Nottingham man who was brother to the famous puritan cleric Walter Travers and who was related by marriage to another, Richard Hooker.
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