but also because the incumbent has the rare title of Archpriest and is accountable not to the local bishop (Bishop of Exeter), as are all other parish churches in Devon, but to the Archbishop of Canterbury.The archpresbytery was established in 1341 with six clergy; only the archpriest survived at the Reformation.It is the precious respite and end-of-life care that is given that matters so much.O'Neill had no hesitation in signing Carew, this time last year, in the January transfer window.
His marriage to Phillipa Archdekne was without male children, but did produce a daughter Joane Courtenay (born 1411), the wife of Nicholas Carew of Mohuns Ottery in Devon, and the eventual sole-heiress of her mother Phillipa Archdekne, from whom she inherited 16 manors including Haccombe, which she divided amongst her younger Carew sons.
The ecclesiastical parish is now combined with that of Stoke-in-Teignhead with Combe-in-Teignhead.
Haccombe with Combe is a civil parish in the Teignbridge local government district.
Carew died at Pavia in 1528, soon after the pope's release.
Carew married Katherine Zouch, a daughter of John la Zouche, 7th Baron Zouche, 8th Baron St Maur (1459–1526), who survived her husband and remarried to Sir Robert Brandon, an uncle of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk.