WATERLIP

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NOTES ON WATERLIP

It was at Waterlip that Edward Strode, of the wealthy Strode family of nearby Cranmore, built a range of Almshouses in 1699.

Sadly, in 1701, he was to lose his life in a duel whilst in France.

Today there is little to be found in the village.

Its tiny chapel has since been converted for private dwelling.


Sources: Somerset The Complete Guide by Robin Bush and The Webmaster.

 

 

 

 

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