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DARLICK

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The settlement of Darlick, North Molton, is first mentioned in 1651 and appears on later maps. The date of its desertion is uncertain, but a census record from 1911 exists, suggesting it was inhabited at this date. The settlement now takes the form of a rectangular enclosure measuring approximately 50m by 40m. There are remains of buildings and platforms and a linear earthwork which may have carried water from a spring to the site. The house is a ruinous stone-built rectangular structure measuring 10.6m by 4.9m and is dominated by the western gable end and chimney stack which remains standing to its full height.

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