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Colyton is a town in Devon, England. It is located within the East Devon regional authority area. It is 3 miles (4.8 kilometres) from Seaton and also 6 miles (9.7 kilometres) from Axminster. Its population in 1991 was 2,783, decreasing to 2,105 at the 2011 Census. Colyton is a huge part of the Coly Valley selecting ward. The ward population at the above demographics was 4,493. Colyton initially looked like an ancient town around 700 AD as well as attributes in the Domesday Book as 'Culitone'. The third code of regulation of King Edmund I was issued at Colyton in around 945. This aided to stabilize feudal society, by mentioning plainly its 4 pillars: royalty, lordship, household, as well as area. It became an important farming centre and also market community with a corn mill, saw mill, iron shop as well as an oak bark tannery that is still working. Situated 0.5 miles (0.8 km) to the north of the town was Colcombe Castle, now destroyed, a previous seat of the Courtenay family members, Earls of Devon. Adhering to the attainder of the Marquis of Exeter the Courtenay lands escheated to the Crown, and also those within Colyton were sold back for £1,000 to various residents of Colyton church, as listed in an action transcribed in the Letters as well as Papers of Henry VIII dated 6 January 1547, summed up as "John Clarke as well as others. Grant in free socage, subject to leas etc. (defined), for l,000 l, of the complying with lands (extents offered) in the parish of Colyton, which are parcels of Colyton manor, Devon, as well as belonged to Henry Marquis of Exeter, attainted". This was the origin of the Feoffees of Colyton, who remained to keep in typical numerous buildings in the parish. The community has been referred to as "one of the most rebellious town in Devon" because of the number of its inhabitants who joined the Monmouth Rebellion in 1685.