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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Coordinates: 50°39′00″N 3°19′00″W / 50.65°N 3.316667°W / 50.65; -3.316667 East Budleigh High Street, East Budleigh East Budleigh  East Budleigh shown within Devon OS grid reference SY069842 Shire county Devon Region South West Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Postcode district EX9 Dialling code 01395 Police Devon and Cornwall Fire Devon and Somerset Ambulance South Western EU Parliament South West England UK Parliament East Devon List of places: UK • England • Devon East Budleigh is a small village in East Devon, England. The villages of Yettington, Colaton Raleigh, and Otterton lie (respectively) to the west, north and east of East Budleigh, with the seaside town of Budleigh Salterton about two miles south. Until the River Otter to the east silted up, the village was a market town and port; it was still being used by ships in the 15th century, according to John Leland.[1] Sir Walter Raleigh was born in nearby Hayes Barton in c.1552, and his parents are buried in All Saints churchyard in the village. The 14th century church contains attractive pew ends including one bearing the Raleigh coat of arms. In 2006 a life-size bronze statue of Raleigh by sculptress Vivien Mallock was unveiled by the Duke of Kent and is positioned at the top of the village close to the church. The cost of £30,000 was met by British American Tobacco,[2] and was unveiled in the week when new anti-smoking laws came into effect in England and Wales.[citation needed] Governor Roger Conant, founder of Salem, Massachusetts and the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was born in East Budleigh in 1592 to Richard Conant. See also Salem Chapel, East Budleigh References ^ Hoskins, W. G. (1972). A New Survey of England: Devon (New ed.). London: Collins. p. 357. ISBN 0-7153-5577-5.  ^ Laing, Jemima (2006-02-09). "Village secures Raleigh statue". BBC News. Retrieved 2010-08-08.  External links Media related to East Budleigh at Wikimedia Commons This Devon location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e