Below is a couple of links to other sites you may find interesting.
One is on Cullompton, where William and Sarah Bailey were married in 1808:
and the other shows a panaramic view from the top of the town's church:
The origin of our particular family of Bailey is the Southwest of
England and in particular the counties of Devon and Somerset. There the surname Bailey, or
variants, is common along the main travel route, now the M5 motorway, from Bridgwater to
the north near the Bristol Channel through the lush Vale of Taunton Deane and down the
Culm River to Exeter, approximately 60km to the south. In particular, it is suspected, our
ancestors lived between Taunton, in Somerset, and Cullompton, in Devon.
The distribution of Baileys along the route from Bridgwater to Exeter, would suggest the
appointment by the Normans of bailliffs in each town or village that had been established
under their rule. While the name taken by descendants became common, there is little
chance that Baileys of one area were related to Baileys of another and until recent
centuries when people travelled on a larger scale, one could probably trace one's line of
Bailey with a degree of accuracy to a certain area.