Minehead

There is evidence of human occupation in the area since the Bronze and Iron Ages. Before the Norman Conquest it was held by Ælfgar, Earl of Mercia and after it by William de Moyon and his descendants, who administered the area from Dunster Castle, which was later sold to Sir George Luttrell and his family. There was a small port at Minehead by 13...
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Minehead

town (`parish`), West Somerset district, administrative and historic county of Somerset, England. The town owes its origin and growth to its harbour. ...
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