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1840 Tythe map of Uplyme - see it here

 
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geoff



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PostPosted: 02/03/10, 15:36    Post subject: 1840 Tythe map of Uplyme - see it here Reply with quote

Kimmo Evans from EDDC contacted Uplyme.com to offer us links to the newly digitised tythe map for Uplyme c.1840:

http://www.eastdevonaonb.org.uk/dro/uplyme_tithe.html

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 the Heritage Lottery Fund.

There is more information on the Parishscapes project here:

http://www.eastdevonaonb.org.uk/Parishscapes.htm
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Martyn



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PostPosted: 17/03/10, 13:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fascinating 1840 map of Uplyme; thanks.
Interesteing to note that Lower Rocombe Road doesn't join up with Springhead Lane at the top end, as it does now.
Wish it was still like that, then we wouldn't get people following their Sat-Navs down the lane ! Mad
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jeff



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PostPosted: 01/04/10, 21:20    Post subject: 1840 Tythe Map of Uplyme Reply with quote

What an interesting map! Please, can anyone tell me what the "factory" was? It is shown to be between Waterside and the Old Mill.
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