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Uplowman, a parish in the east division, partly in the hundred of Halberton, but chiefly in that of Tiverton, county of Devon, 1-1/3 miles northwest of Sampford Peverell, 2 miles northeast of Halberton, 3 miles southwest of Hocombe Rogus, 3 miles southeast of Huntsham, and 3-1/3 miles northwest of Willand... the living is a rectory, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Exeter... John SILLIFANT and T. HUGO, Esqrs. were patrons in 1822. The church is dedicated to St. Peter. The river Lowman runs through the parish.

1332 Uplowman Devonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls Robert REED DE COMBE 12d

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