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Plympton House


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Plympton House in the parish of Plympton St Maurice, Devon, is a grand Grade I listed country house, in the William-and Mary tradition, near St Maurice's Church in Plympton, completed circa 1715-20 by George II Treby (c.1684–1742), MP for Plympton Erle (1708-1727) and for Dartmouth (1727-1742), also Secretary at War (1718-1724) and Master of the Household (1730-1740). It had been commenced by his father Sir George I Treby (1643-1700), Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and six times Member of Parliament for Plympton Erle. The architect is unknown however accounts for 1720 refer to William Veale, mason.


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