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Meshaw is a small village in the rural parish of the same name in North Devon. It is listed in the Domesday Book (1086) under the name Mauessart.

 

Nearly 800 years later, White's Devonshire Directory (1850) tells us -

 

"MESHAW is a small village, at the foot of a declivity, nearly 6 mile S. by S.E. of South Molton, and 14 miles N.W. by W. of Tiverton. Its parish increased its population from 166 in 1831, to 305 in 1841, and comprises 1770 [acres] of land [...] It is a hilly district, over which a new road was cut about ten years ago. [...] In the village is a National School, and on the Moor is a school and chapel belonging to the Bible Christians, built in 1839."

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