Lympstone

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Uncertain. Derived from Lympston. Sources include Leveneston, Leustona, Veneston, Weleston, Limpston. Suffixed with +‎ -ton.

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Lympstone

  1. A coastal village in East Devon district, Devon, England (OS grid ref SX9984).
    • 2022 July 13, “Stop & Examine”, in RAIL, number 961, page 71:
      "She had asked at Paddington for a return to Lympstone on the Exmouth branch, where her son was due to pass out as a Royal Marine that afternoon, at the local training camp.
      "Presumably, the booking clerk had misheard her and sold her a ticket to Leominster, and other helpful staff had unwittingly helped her on her way.

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