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Tithe Map Apportionments - What are they?

You may have noticed that each plot of land on the tithe map is identified by a number. This number relates to a document called the apportionment schedule. This unwieldy document, which is not easy to consult, was in some cases actually glued to the map.

The apportionment provides a wealth of information about the various plots of land in question – owner, tenant, land use, name, etc. Historically, it was on the basis of the tithe map and this document that the tithes were fairly apportioned and commuted to a cash payment.

It is thanks to the Parishscapes volunteers who transcribed the apportionments, supervised by Martin Smith (Otter Valley Association), that the information is now easier for you to read and search through. To view the apportionment table for the Tithe map you are interested in just click on the relevant link below. You may notice that a number of today's parishes, listed on the left, were in fact covered by several parishes in the past.

Axminster - was covered by both Axminster and Uplyme 1840 Tithe Maps

Axmouth - Axmouth

Aylesbeare - Aylesbeare

Beer - was covered by both Seaton and Beer 1840 Tithe Maps

Branscombe - Branscombe

Budleigh Salterton - was covered by East Budleigh 1840 Tithe Maps

Colaton Raleigh, Bystock and Dotton - were all covered by Colaton Raleigh 1840 Tithe Map

Colyton - Colyton

Combpyne Rousden - was covered by Combpyne, Rousdon and Axmouth 1840 Tithe Maps

Dalwood - Dalwood

East Budleigh with Bicton - was covered East  Budleigh and Bicton 1840 Tithe Maps

Exmouth - was covered by both Littleham and Withycombe Raleigh 1840 Tithe Maps

Farway - Farway

Gittisham - Gittisham

Honiton - Honiton

Kilmington - Kilmington

Lympstone - Lympstone

Musbury - was covered by both Musbury and Axmouth 1840 Tithe Maps

Newton Poppleford - was covered by Aylesbeare, Harpford and Otterton 1840 Tithe Maps

Northleigh - was covered by Northleigh, Offwell and Colyton 1840 Tithe Maps 

Offwell - was covered by both Offwell and Widworthy 1840 Tithe Maps

Otterton - Otterton

Ottery St Mary - covered by both Ottery St Mary and Venn Ottery 1840 Tithe Maps

Seaton - Seaton

Shute - Shute

Sidmouth - was covered by Sidmouth, Sidbury, Salcombe Regis and Chilson 1840 Tithe Maps

Southleigh - was covered by both Southleigh and Colyton 1840 Tithe Maps

Uplyme - Uplyme

Widworthy - Widworthy

Woodbury - Woodbury

 

 

 


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