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Tellisford

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Tellisford is a village and civil parish north-east of Frome in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The parish includes the village of Woolverton. History The village was known as Tefleford in 1001 and Tablesford in 1086 meaning Theabul's ford or ford at a flat place. The parish of Woolverton was part of the hundred of Frome, while Tellisford was part of the Wellow Hundred. The manor was acquired by the Hungerfords of Farleigh Hungerford in the early 15th century who used the fulling mill to endow their chantry chapel. The cloth making industry continuing until 1912. The village was partially destroyed by a serious fire in 1785. Tellisford is one of the Thankful Villages which lost no men in World War I. It also lost no men in World War II. Governance Tellisford has a Parish Meeting, where all village electors are automatically members. It is required to meet at least twice a year and does not levy a precept. The vill
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