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First Report of the Committee on Devonshire Records

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 21 (1889), pp. 123-131.

by

Canon W.R. Brownlow (ed.)

Prepared by Michael Steer

The initial report, read at the Association's 1889 Tavistock meeting focuses mainly on MSS described in the first 12 reports of the Royal Commission on Historical MSS (1869-1888) in the County of Devon . The purpose of the Association's new Records Committee was to investigate and report on manuscripts, records and ancient documents existing in or related to Devonshire, with the nature of their contents, their localities and whether or not they are in private or public hands. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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A
Alexander III 125
B
Bale, Mr Edward 130
Balle, Sir Peter 124
Briono, Baldwin de 125
Brownlow, Very Rev Canon 123-4, 131
Brushfield, Dr 123
C
Carswylle, David 127
Chanter, Mr J R 123-4, 131
Ching, Mr 130
Clinton, Lord 125
Cockington, Letice 127
Cockington, Richard de (Cokematone) 127
Coffin family 126
Coffin, Richard 126, 128
Cok, John 129
Cok, Juliana 129
Cok, Margery 129
Cok, Peter 129
Cotton, Mr R W 123
Courtenay family 124-5
Courtenay, Hawis de 125
Courtenay, Sir Reginald de 125
Cowie, Very Rev Dean 123
Cranmer, Archbishop 124
Creswicke, Francis 129
D
Daubon, Ralph 127
Dawney, Sir John 125
Devon, Earl of 124, 130-1
Dredge, Rev J Ingle 123
E
Edward I 129
Edward III 127, 129
Edward VI 129
Ellacombe, Rev H T 128, 130
F
FitzJordan, William 127
Ford, Abbot of 125
Ford, Baldwin monk of 125
Fortescue, Earl 124-5, 130
G
George III 125
Grenville, Lord 125
H
Hales, Sir Edward 128
Harding, Colonel 123
Henry III 126
Henry VI 126, 129-30
Henry VIII 124, 127, 129
Horwood, Mr A J 124-5
J
James II 128
Jeaffreson, Mr J C 131
Jefferies, Judge 128
L
Lyte, Mr H C Maxwell 125
M
Monmouth, James Duke of 128-9
O
Oates, Titus 128
P
Pine-Coffin, Mr J R 126-8, 130-1
Poulesholte, Richard de 127
Prideaux, Edmund 128
Prideaux, Mr R W 129-30
R
Riley, Mr H T 125-7, 129-30
Rowe, Mr J Brooking 123, 131
Rurde, Philip 129
Russell, Lord Admiral 128
S
Seebohm, Mr 127
Sengger, Walter 130
Southleigh, Martin 127
Stewlake, John 127
T
Taillour, Joan 129
V
Vere, Alice 129
Vere, Ammia 129
W
Wales, Frederick Prince of 125
Waryn, Cecilie 129
Waryn, William 129
William & Mary 128
Windeatt, Mr Edward 123, 126
Worth, Mr R N 123, 131

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