A transcription of the talk "SOME PARISH HISTORY OF BISHOPSTEIGNTON" given by Nigel Walker on the 23rd April 1974. There are some discrepancies in the transcript to the original as OCR has been used to convert the text.
All information held by Bishopsteignton Heritage and displayed on this website has been researched and contributed by people within and who have connections to the village. People like YOU. If you have anything you would like to add there are 3 ways of doing it.
A brief guide to writing protocols on this site, to maintain a consistent style throughout.
A lot of fantastic work has and is being done by researchers near and far for contribution to the Bishopsteignton Heritage Project. In order for this to be stored, curated and eventually presented to the public we have created this website to enable researchers to directly participate in the most efficient way possible. This "how to" guide is a resource that should be used so that we are all contributing in a manner that will best allow the job of curation and publication to take place.
This article, from a paper by researcher Ian Roberts, gives advice and guidance on where to find research sources and how to examine them.