Parishscapes Project 2007 - 2010
 
 
The Tithe Maps of the East Devon AONB
  The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is part of 29 parishes in East Devon. These modern parishes can be seen in the map below. However, the picture was slightly different in 1840 at the time the tithe maps were surveyed.  
 
 
 

So in order to see the tithe map for the area you are interested just click on one of the 1840 parish choices in the table below. In many cases it will be the same name and the same area covered, but in some cases it will be different. For example if you are interested in the parish of Newton Poppleford there is a choice of 3 parish tithe maps that covered this area in 1840. Take your first clicks to becoming a landscape detective!


Modern parish

1840 parish tithe maps available

 

 

 

 

 

Axminster

Axminster

Uplyme

 

 

Axmouth

Axmouth

 

 

 

Aylesbeare

Aylesbeare

 

 

 

Beer

Seaton

 

 

 

Branscombe

Branscombe

 

 

 

Budleigh Salterton

East Budleigh

 

 

 

Colaton Raleigh

Colaton Raleigh

Bystock

Dotton

 

Colyton

Colyton

 

 

 

Combpyne Rousden

Combpyne

Axmouth

 

 

Dalwood

Dalwood

 

 

 

East Budlleigh with Bicton

East Budleigh

Bicton

 

 

Exmouth

Littleham

Withycombe Raleigh

 

Farway

Farway

 

 

 

Gittisham

Gittisham

 

 

 

Honiton

Honiton

 

 

 

Kilmington

Kilmington

 

 

 

Lympstone

Lympstone

 

 

 

Musbury

Musbury

Axmouth

 

 

Newton Poppleford

Aylesbeare

Harpford

Otterton

 

Northleigh

Northleigh

Offwell

Colyton

 

Offwell

Offwell

Widworthy

 

 

Otterton

Otterton

 

 

 

Ottery St Mary

Ottery St Mary

Venn Ottery

 

Seaton

Seaton

 

 

 

Shute

Shute

 

 

 

Sidmouth

Salcombe Regis

Sidbury

Sidmouth

Chilson

Southleigh

Southleigh

Colyton

 

 

Uplyme

Uplyme

 

 

 

Widworthy

Widworthy

 

 

 

Woodbury Woodbury      

 

 

 

 

 
Please note:

Rousdown – no copy of tithe map at Devon Record Office
Sidford – tithe map not yet digitised

Parishscapes is a three year project (2007-2010), delivered by the East Devon AONB Partnership on behalf of and with the support of East Devon District Council, Natural England and Heritage Lottery Fund