Pages xx-xxxi

Magna Britannia: Volume 6, Devonshire. Originally published by T Cadell and W Davies, London, 1822.

This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.

## Table of contents

## Civil Division of the County.

In the Exeter survey of Domesday, we find mention of at least 38 hundreds into which Devonshire was then divided. At p. 59. of the printed survey occurs a list of the hundreds, with the number of hides in each, but in this list some hundreds are omitted, which are mentioned in p. 56. and 57. The list from p. 59. to p. 65. contains 30 hundreds, with the number of hides in each as follows:

Hundreds. | No. of Hides. |

Alleridge (fn. n1) | 40 |

Axemenistre | 50 |

Axemuda | 9 and 1 virgate. |

Badentone | 25 |

Brauntone and Scirewelle | 50 |

Cadelintone | 46 |

Carsewille | 50 |

Chridiatone | 20 |

Clistone | 27 |

Culintone | 25 and 3 virgates. |

Dippeforde | 38 |

Esseministre | 50 |

Framintone | 20 |

Hamioke | 24 |

Hasbertone (fn. n2) | 18½ |

Hertilande | 20 |

Liftone | 20 |

Mertone | 48 |

Offecolum | 14 |

Plintone | 25 |

Sutmoltone | 22 |

Sulfertone | 52 |

Taintone | 30 |

Tautone | 42 |

Twertone | 20 |

Toritone | 34 |

Walchentone | 25 |

Wenfort | 54 |

Witric | 30 |

In pages 56. and 57. we find mention of Budeleie, Clawetone, Hermetone, Hertesbie, Mollande, Otrie, Rueberge, Tainebruge, Tulvertone, and Wetrigge: supposing the two last to have been the same, as it is probable they were, as Twertone (Tiverton), and Witric (Witheridge), it will make the number, as before mentioned, 38.

In the Hundred Roll, temp. Edw. I., 32 hundreds are recorded, besides the hundred of Lovetot, incidentally mentioned in p. 70. as appertaining to the manor of Fremington, and co-extensive with that manor.

As the hundreds, in which the several manors are situated, are not specified either in the Exchequer or in the Exeter Domesday, it would be impossible to ascertain the respective situations or contents of the ancient hundreds, whose names are not now retained. Carswelle, Dippeforde, and Mertone, probably occupied nearly the same situation as Haytorr, Stanborough, and Shebbeare, which are not in the Domesday list; Axminster and Axmouth have been united in one, sometime called the hundred of Axminster and Axmouth, but now generally Axminster only.

The names of the modern hundreds, 33 in number (fn. n3), with their respective lords, are given in the following table: —

### Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and Division of the County.

Upon the ecclesiastical division of the kingdom, which took place in 708 (fn. n4), Devonshire formed part of the diocese of Sherbourne. About the year 910 this diocese was subdivided, and Devonshire constituted a diocese of itself, the bishop having his see at Crediton. About the year 1040 the bishopric of Cornwall was united to it, at the solicitation of Livingus, the bishop of Devonshire. His successor, Bishop Leofric, in 1050, removed the see from Crediton to Exeter, where it has ever since continued. The diocese is divided into four archdeaconries, of which Cornwall is one. Devonshire is divided into the archdeaconries of Exeter, Barnstaple, and Totnes, and subdivided into 23 deaneries, which are thus distributed:—

Camden, from Wolsey's list, makes the number of parishes in this county to be 394. (fn. n5) Including subordinate or daughter churches, the chapelries belonging to which are now esteemed and called separate parishes, the present number is 471; and I cannot understand how it should ever have been so small as 394, since that of the chapelries, just spoken of, does not exceed 41. Two ancient parishes, Wolverchurch or Wolford church, and Sticklepath, formerly rectories, are now wholly annihilated as parishes, nor are they even deemed chapelries, although there is a chapel at Sticklepath, at which Divine service is occasionally performed. Rousedown has only a dilapidated church; Blackborough Bolhay, not even the ruins of a church.

Not taking into the account the 41 subordinate or daughter churches, the number of benefices in the county is 430; of which 258 (a much greater proportion than in some counties) are rectories; 130 vicarages; and 42 donatives or curacies. Of the two latter, 108 were appropriated to monasteries, and the tithes are now, for the most part, in lay hands.

Above 40 benefices have been appropriated, from early times, to ecclesiastical bodies, in which they are still vested; as the bishop, the dean individually, the dean and chapter, the chancellor, precentor, and vicars choral of Exeter cathedral, the churches of Windsor and Sarum, and Eton college.

Six churches are in the peculiar jurisdiction of the bishop; 22 (including eight daughter churches) in that of the dean and chapter; one (Braunton) in that of the dean; one other (Woodbury) in that of the vicars choral; and one other (Uffculme) in that of the dean and chapter of Sarum.

The office of dean rural is, in this diocese, an efficient office, the deans rural being elected annually at the visitations.

Table of Parishes. |
|||
---|---|---|---|

Names of Parishes. | Rectory or Vicarage. | Hundred. | Deanery. |

Abbotsham | V. | Shebbear | Hertland |

East Allington | R. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

West Allington | V. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

Alphington | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

Alverdiscott | R. | Fremington | Hertland |

Alwington | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

East Anstey | R. | South Molton | South Molton |

West Anstey | V. | South Molton | South Molton |

Arlington | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Ashburton | V. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Ashbury | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Ashcombe | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

Ashford | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Ashprington | R. | Coleridge | Totton |

Ash Reigney | R. | North Tawton | Dunsford |

Ashton | R. | Exminster | Dunsford |

Ashwater | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Atherington | R. | North Tawton | Barnstaple |

Aveton Giffard | R. | Ermington | Woodleigh |

Awliscombe | V. | Hemiock | Dunkeswell |

Axminster | V. | Axminster | Honiton |

Axmouth | V. | Axminster | Honiton |

Aylesbeare | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Bampton (fn. n6) | V. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Barnstaple | V. | Braunton | Barnstaple |

Beaford | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Beaworthy | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Beer Ferrers | R. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Belston | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Berry Nerber | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Berry Pomeroy | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

*Bickington, appendant to Ashburton | Teignbridge | Moreton | |

Abbots Bickington | C. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

High Bickington | R. | North Tawton | Barnstaple |

Bickleigh | R. | Hayridge | Tiverton |

Bickleigh | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Bickton | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Bideford | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Bigbury | R. | Ermington | Woodleigh |

Bittadon | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Blackauton | V. | Coleridge | Totton |

Blackborough Bolhay (fn. n7) | R. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

North Bovey | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Bovey Tracey | V. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Bradford | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Bradninch | C. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Bradstone | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Bradworthy | V. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Brampford Speke | R. | Wonford | Cadbury |

Branscomb | V. | Colyton | Aylesbeare |

Bratton Clovelly | R. | Lifton | Okehampton |

Bratton Fleming | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Braunton | V. | Braunton | Shirwell |

High Bray | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Brendon | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

South Brent | V. | Stanborough | Totton |

Brent Tor | C. | Tavistock | Tavistock |

Bridestowe | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Bridford | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Bridgrule | V. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Brixham | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Brixton | R. | Plympton | Plympton |

Broadwood Kelly | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Broadwood Wiger | V. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Brushford | C. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Buckerell | V. | Hemiock | Plymtree |

Buckfastleigh | V. | Stanborough | Totton |

*Buckland in the Moor, appendant to Ashburton | Haytor | Moreton | |

Buckland Brewer | V. | Shebbear | Hertland |

East Buckland | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Egg Buckland | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Buckland Filleigh | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Buckland Monachorum | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

*Buckland Toussaints, appendant to Loddiswell | Coleridge | Woodleigh | |

West Buckland | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

East Budleigh | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

*St. Budock, appendant to St. Andrew, Plymouth. | Roborough | Plympton | |

*Bulkworthy, appendant to Buckland Brewer | Shebbear | Hertland | |

Bundleigh | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Burlescombe (fn. n8) | V. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Burrington | V. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Butterleigh | R. | Cliston | Plymtree |

Cadbury | V. | Hayridge | Cadbury |

Cadleigh | R. | Hayridge | Cadbury |

Calverleigh | R. | Tiverton | Tiverton |

Abbots Carswell | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

*King's Carswell, appendant to St. Mary Church | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Chagford | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Challocombe | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Charles | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Charleton | R. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

Chawleigh | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Cheldon | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Cheriton Bishop | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Cheriton Fitzpaine | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

Chittlehampton | V. | South Molton | Barnstaple |

*Chivelstone, appendant to Stokenham | Coleridge | Woodleigh | |

Christow | V. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Chudleigh | V. | Exminster | Kenne |

Chulmleigh | R. | Witheridge | Chulmleigh |

Churchstow | V. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

*Churston Ferrers, appendant to Brixham | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Clannaborough | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Clawton | C. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Clayhanger | R. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Clay-hydon | R. | Hemiock | Dunkeswell |

Broad Clist (fn. n9) | V. | Cliston | Aylesbeare |

Clist St. George | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Clist Hydon | R. | Cliston | Plymtree |

Honiton Clist | C. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Clist St. Laurence | R. | Cliston | Plymtree |

Clist St. Mary | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Clovelly | R. | Hartland (fn. n10) | Hertland |

Cockington | C. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

*Coffinswell, appendant to St. Mary Church | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Colebrooke | V. | Crediton | Cadbury |

Coleridge | R. | North Tawton | Plymtree |

Collumpton | V. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Colyton | V. | Colyton | Honiton |

Colyton Raleigh | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Comb in Teignhead | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

Comb Martin | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Comb Pyne | R. | Axminster | Honiton |

Comb Raleigh | R. | Axminster | Dunkeswell |

*Cookbury, appendant to Milton Damarell | Black Torrington | Holsworthy | |

Cornwood | V. | Ermington | Plympton |

Cornworthy | V. | Coleridge | Totton |

Coryton | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Cotleigh | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

Countesbury | C. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Creacomb | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Crediton | V. | Crediton | Kenne |

Culmstock | V. | Hemiock | Tiverton |

Dartington | R. | Stanborough | Totton |

Dartmouth | Coleridge | Totton | |

*St. Saviour, appendant to Townstall | |||

*St. Petrock, to Stoke-Fleming | |||

*St. David's, appendant to Heavitree | Wonford | Exeter | |

Dawlish | V. | Exminster | Kenne |

Dean Prior | V. | Stanborough | Totton |

Denbury | R. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Diptford | R. | Stanborough | Totton |

Dittisham | R. | Coleridge | Totton |

Dodbrooke | R. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

Doddescombleigh | R. | Exminster | Dunsford |

Dolton | R. | North Tawton | Torrington |

Dowland | C. | North Tawton | Torrington |

East Downe | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

West Downe | V. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Downe St. Mary | R. | North Tawton | Cadbury |

Dunchidiock | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

Dunkeswell | V. | Hemiock | Dunkeswell |

Dunsford | V. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Dunterton | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Eggesford | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Ermington | R.&V. | Ermington | Plympton |

Exbourne | R. | Black Torrington | Oakhampton |

Exeter | Wonford | Exeter | |

Allhallows | R. | ||

Allhallows on the Wall | C. | ||

St. Edmund on the Bridge | R. | ||

St. George | R. | ||

St. John | R. | ||

St. Kerrian | R. | ||

St. Laurence | R. | ||

St. Martin | R. | ||

St. Mary Arches | R. | ||

St. Mary Major | R. | ||

St. Mary Steps | R. | ||

St. Olave | R. | ||

St. Pancras | R. | ||

St. Paul | R. | ||

St. Petrock | R. | ||

St. Stephen | R. | ||

Trinity | R. | ||

Exminster | V. | Exminster | Kenne |

Farringdon | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Farway | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

Feniton | R. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Filleigh | R. | Braunton | Barnstaple |

Fremington | V. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Frithelstock | C. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Georgeham | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

*Germanswick, appendant to Broadwood Wiger | Lifton | Okehampton | |

Gidley | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

St. Giles, see Stow | |||

St. Giles in the Heath | C. | Black Torrington | Trigg Major, in the archdeaconry of Cornwall |

Gittisham | R. | East Budleigh | Honiton |

Goodleigh | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Haccombe | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

Halberton | V. | Halberton | Tiverton |

Halwell | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

*Halwell, appendant to Harberton | Coleridge | Totton | |

Harberton | V. | ||

Harford | R. | Ermington | Plympton |

Harpford | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Hartland | C. | Hartland | Hertland |

Harwood | R. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Hatherleigh | V. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Heanton Punchardon | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Heavitree | V. | Wonford | Exeter |

Broad Hembury | V. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Hemiock (fn. n11) | R. | Hemiock | Dunkeswell |

Broad Hempston | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Little Hempston | R. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Hennock | V. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Highampton | R. | Black Torrington | Helsworthy |

*Highweek (fn. n12), appendant to king's Teignton | Teignbridge | Moreton | |

Hittisleigh | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Hockworthy | V. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Holbeton | V. | Ermington | Plympton |

Holcombe Burnell | V. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Holcombe Rogus | R. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Hollacombe | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Holne | V. | Stanborough | Totton |

Holsworthy | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Honeychurch | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Honiton (fn. n13) | R. | Axminster | Honiton |

Huish | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

North Huish | R. | Stanborough | Plympton |

*South Huish, appendant to West Allington | Stanborough | Woodleigh | |

Hunshaw | R. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Huntsham | R. | Tiverton | Tiverton |

Huxham | R. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

Ide | C. | Exminster | Kenne |

Ideford | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Iddesleigh | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Ilfracombe | V. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Ilsington | V. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Instow | R. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Inwardsleigh | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Ipplepen | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Jacobstow | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Kelly | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Kenne | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

Kennerly | R. | Crediton | Cadbury |

Kentisbeer | R. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Kentisbury | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Kenton | V. | Exminster | Kenne |

*Kilmington, appendant to Axminster | Axminster | Honiton | |

*Kingsbridge, appendant to Churchstow | Stanborough | Woodleigh | |

*Kingston, appendant to Ermington | Ermington | Plympton | |

Knowstone | V. | South Molton | South Molton |

Lamerton | V. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Landcross | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Landkey | C. | South Molton | Barnstaple |

Langtree | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Lapford | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

St. Leonard | R. | Wonford | Exeter |

North Lew | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Lew Trenchard | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Lidford | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Lifton | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Limpstone | R. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Linton | C. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Littleham | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Littleham | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Loddiswell | V. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

Loxbear | R. | Tiverton | Tiverton |

Loxhore | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Luffincott | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Luppit | V. | Axminster | Dunkeswell |

Lustleigh | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Maker | V. | East, in Cornwall, and Roborough, in Devon | East in the Archdeaconry of Cornwall |

Mamhead | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

Manaton | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

*Marlborough appendant to West Allington | Stanborough | Woodleigh | |

*Marldon, appendant to Paignton | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Martinhoe | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Marwood | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Mary Ansleigh | C. | Witheridge | South Molton |

St. Mary Church | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Mary Stowe | V. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Meavy | R. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Meeth | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

*Membury, appendant to Axminster | Axminster | Honiton | |

Merton | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Meshaw | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Milton Abbot | V. | Tavistock | Tavistock |

Milton Damarell | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

*South Milton, appendant to West Allington | Stanborough | Woodleigh | |

Modbury | V. | Ermington | Plympton |

Molland | V. | South Molton | South Molton |

North Molton | V. | South Molton | South Molton |

South Molton | C. | South Molton | South Molton |

Monkleigh | V. | Shebbear | Hertland |

*Monkton, appendant to Colyton | Colyton | Honiton | |

Morchard Bishop | R. | Crediton | Cadbury |

Cruwys Morchard | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Morebath | V. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Moreleigh | R. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

Moreton Hampstead | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Morthoe | V. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Musbury | R. | Axminster | Honiton |

Netherex | C. | Hayridge | Cadbury |

Newton St. Cyres | V. | Crediton | Cadbury |

Newton Ferrers | R. | Ermington | Plympton |

Newton St. Petrock | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Newton Tracey | R. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

St. Nicholas | V. | Wonford | Kenne |

Broad Nimet | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Nimet Rowland | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Nimet Tracey or Bow | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Northam | V. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Northleigh | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

Bishop's Nympton | V. | Witheridge | South Molton |

George Nympton | R. | South Molton | South Molton |

King's Nympton | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Oakford | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Oakhampton | V. | Lifton | Okehampton |

Offwell | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

East Ogwell | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

West Ogwell | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

Otterton | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Ottery St. Mary | V. | Ottery St. Mary | Aylesbeare |

Up-Ottery | V. | Axminster | Dunkeswell |

*Ven-Ottery, appendant to Harpford | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare | |

Paignton | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

*Pancras Week, appendant to Bradworthy | Black Torrington | Holsworthy | |

Parkham | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

Parracombe | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Peahembury | V. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Petersmerland | C. | Shebbear | Torrington |

North Petherwin | V. | Black Torrington | Trigg Major, in the archdeaconry of Cornwall |

Petrockstow | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Pilton | C. | Braunton | Barnstaple |

Pinhoe | V. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

Plymouth | Roborough | Plympton | |

St. Andrew (fn. n14) | V. | ||

Charles | V. | ||

Plympton St. Mary | C. | Plympton | Plympton |

Plympton Maurice | C. | ||

Plymstock | C. | Plympton | Plympton |

Plymtree | R. | Hayridge | Plymptree |

Poltimore | R. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

South Pool | R. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

Portlemouth | R. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

Poughill | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

Powderham | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

Puddington | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

*East Putford, appendant to Buckland Brewer | Shebbear | Hertland | |

West Putford | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Pyworthy | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Rackenford | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Rattery | V. | Stanborough | Totton |

*Revelstoke, appendant to Yealmpton | Plympton | Plympton | |

Rew | R. | Wonford | Plymtree |

Ringmore | R. | Ermington | Woodleigh |

Roborough | R. | Fremington | Torrington |

Rockbear | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Romansleigh | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Roseash | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Rousedown (fn. n15) | R. | Axminster | Honiton |

Salcombe Regis | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Sampford Courtenay (fn. n16) | R. | Black Torrington | Okehampton |

Sampford Peverell | R. | Halberton | Tiverton |

Sampford Spiney | C. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Sandford | C. | Crediton | Cadbury |

Satterleigh | R. | South Molton | South Molton |

Seaton and Beer | V. | Colyton | Honiton |

Shaugh | C. | Plympton | Plympton |

Shebbear | V. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Sheldon | C. | Hayridge | Dunkeswell |

*Sherford, appendant to Stokenham | Coleridge | Woodleigh | |

Sherwill | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Shillingford St. George | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

*Shipstor, appendant to Bickleigh | Roborough | Tamerton | |

*Shipwash, appendant to Shebbear | Shebbear | Torrington | |

Shobrooke | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

*Shute, appendant to Colyton | Colyton | Honiton | |

Sidbury | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

Sidmouth | V. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

*St. Sidwell, appendant to Heavitree | Wonford | Exeter | |

Silverton | R. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Slapton | C. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

*Sourton, appendant to Bridestowe | Lifton | Tavistock | |

Southleigh | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

Sowton | R. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

Spreyton | V. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Church Staunton | R. | Hemiock | Dunkeswell |

Staverton | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Stockleigh English | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

Stockleigh Pomeroy | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

Stoke Canon | C. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

Stoke Damarell | R. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Stoke Fleming | R. | Coleridge | Ipplepen (fn. n17) |

Stoke Gabriel | V. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Stoke in Teignhead | R. | Wonford | Kenne |

Stoke Rivers | R. | Sherwill | Shirwell |

Stokenham | V. | Coleridge | Woodleigh |

*East Stonehouse, appendant to Plymouth | Roborough | Tamerton | |

Stoodley | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Stow St. Giles | C. | Fremington | Torrington |

Stowford | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Sutcombe | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Swymbridge | C. | South Molton | Barnstaple |

South Sydenham | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Tallaton | R. | Hayridge | Plymtree |

Tamerton Foliot | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Tavistock | V. | Tavistock | Tavistock |

Mary Tavy | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Peter Tavy | R. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Tawstock | R. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Bishop's Tawton | V. | South Molton | Barnstaple |

North Tawton | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

South Tawton | V. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Tedburne St. Mary | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Teigngrace | R. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

East Teignmouth | C. | Exminster | Kenne |

West Teignmouth | C. | ||

Bishop's Teignton | V. | Exminster | Kenne |

Drew's Teignton | R. | Wonford | Moreton |

King's Teignton | V. | Teignbridge | Moreton |

Templeton | R. | Witheridge | Tiverton |

Tetcott | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Thelbridge | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

St. Thomas | V. | Wonford | Kenne |

Thornbury | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Thorncombe | V. | Axminster | Honiton |

Thorverton | V. | Hayridge | Cadbury |

Throwley | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

*Thrushelton, appendant to Maristow | Lifton | Tavistock | |

Thurlestone | R. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

Tiverton | R. (fn. n18) | Tiverton | Tiverton |

Topsham | C. | Wonford | Aylesbeare |

Tor Bryan | R. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Tor Mohun | C. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Black Torrington | R. | Black Torrington | Holsworthy |

Great Torrington | V. | Fremington | Torrington |

Little Torrington | R. | Shebbear | Torrington |

Totnes | V. | Coleridge | Totton |

Townstall | V. | Coleridge | Totton |

Trentishoe | R. | Braunton | Shirwell |

Trusham | R. | Exminster | Kenne |

*Twitchen, appendant to North Molton | South Molton | South Molton | |

Uffculme | V. | Bampton | Tiverton |

Ugborough | V. | Ermington | Plympton |

Uplime | R. | Axminster | Honiton |

Uplowman | R. | Tiverton | Tiverton |

Upton Helions | R. | West Budleigh | Cadbury |

Upton Pyne | R. | Wonford | Cadbury |

Virginstow | R. | Lifton | Tavistock |

Walkhampton | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Warkley | R. | South Molton | South Molton |

Washfield | R. | West Budleigh | Tiverton |

Washford Pyne | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Weare Giffard | R. | Shebbear | Hertland |

*King's Weare, appendant to Brixham | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Welcombe | C. | Hartland | Hertland |

Wembury | C. | Plympton | Plympton |

Wemworthy | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

Werrington | C. | Black Torrington | Trigg Major, in the archdeaconry of Cornwall |

Westleigh | V. | Fremington | Barnstaple |

Whimple | R. | Cliston | Aylesbeare |

Whitechurch | V. | Roborough | Tamerton |

Whitstone | R. | Wonford | Dunsford |

Widdecomb in the Moor | V. | Haytor | Moreton |

Widworthy | R. | Colyton | Honiton |

Willand | R. | Halberton | Tiverton |

Winkleigh | V. | Winkleigh | Torrington |

*Withecombe Raleigh, appendant to East Budleigh | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare | |

Witheridge | V. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Woodbury | C. | East Budleigh | Aylesbeare |

*Woodland, appendant to Ipplepen | Haytor | Ipplepen | |

Woodleigh | R. | Stanborough | Woodleigh |

Woolborough | C. | Haytor | Ipplepen |

Woolfardisworthy | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Woolfardisworthy | C. | Hartland | Hertland |

East Worlington | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

West Worlington | R. | Witheridge | South Molton |

Yarcombe | V. | Axminster | Dunkeswell |

Yarnscombe | V. | Hartland | Barnstaple |

Yealmpton | V. | Plympton | Plympton |

Zeal Monachorum | R. | North Tawton | Chulmleigh |

The chapels of ease in this county are,

There is an intention of building chapels at Exmouth and Torquay. The dilapidated chapels, and those destroyed, which have been very numerous, are spoken of in the parishes in which they were respectively situated.