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South Tawton Mill
South Tawton Mill
closer to the mill, the arrow indicates the leat about to pass under the house. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Wesleyan Chapel. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Kings Arms pub. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Kings Arms pub. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Methodist church. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Wesleyan Chapel. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking south-east. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking north. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Old Post House. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
View of the shop and village looking south-west. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
View of the centre of the village looking north-west.  
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Close up view of the Oxenham Arms. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Oxenham Arms pub, former home of the Burgoyne family. The Burgoynes had land holdings in the Dartmoor area and in Cornwall around Liskeard. One such property was Tawton Mill on which James Mallett of Spreyton claimed a lease in a legal dispute with the executors of Robert Burgoyne's will in 1710. After the decline of the Burgoyne family fortunes, the Oxenham family then became one of the dominant landholders in the area.  
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The Anglican chapel. Most religious services and ceremonies take place at the parish church (St Andrews) in South Tawton, so this chapel is only used infrequently.  
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking south-west. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The village hall. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking north-west towards the Kings Arms and the top end of the village. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
The centre of the village. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking south-east. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Looking north-west towards the centre of the village. 
 
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South Zeal
South Zeal
Methodist church. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Uncle Tom's Cottage. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The Tom Cobley Tavern, named after its famous resident. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Old Letter Box. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Close up view of the cobb construction. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Close up view of the cobb construction. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The original baptism font. James Mallett of Spreyton's grandchildren were probably christened in this. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Barn showing the cobb construction typically used for traditional buildings in south-west England. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The Tom Cobley Tavern, named after its famous resident. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Barn. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The Tom Cobley Tavern, named after its famous resident. For more information see "Uncle Tom Cobley" in Wikipedia. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Cobley Cottage. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The Ten Commandments. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
Path through church yard. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
The church where James Mallett and Elizabeth Heal were married in 1703. They were the common ancestors of all the South Tawton, Petrockstowe, Newton Abbot and Topsham Mallett families. 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 
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Spreyton
Spreyton
 
 

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