Have been too busy of late for much genealogy and that looks like continuing for a while. However, the Marshall/Rowcliffe connection (investigation of) is close to the top of my list when I get back in the groove. Watch this space!
I have found a couple of mentions, C16 and C19, of North Halberton in Devon, just east of Tiverton. Now called just Halberton. No records of an Allerton in Devon, North or otherwise.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
(in sunny Devon)"
"Good morning to the small, but very select group,
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