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Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries

Index to Article Titles, 1900 to 2000

(Excluding all Additional Volumes)

Prepared and kindly provided by Norman Annett


Subject Rest of Title Volume Years Pages
A New Song to an Old Tune,   26 1954-55 187
Abbot, Bonus, Prelude to, 23 1947-49 184
Abbot, Gabriel Donne, 23 1947-49 122
Abbot, Bonus, 22 1942-46 341
Abbot, John White, 22 1942-46 205, 301
Abbot, John, plasterer, 14 1926-27 289
Abbots Bickington,   25 1952-53 102
Abbot's Lodge, Armorial Bearings at, The Close, Exeter, 9 1916-17 97
Abbots, Tavistock, Of, 22 1942-46 159, 174, 186, 194
Abbotsham, Court, Bygone Days of, 11 1920-21 289-95
Abbotsham, Church, Bell Inscriptions, 12 1922-23 25
Abbotsham,   27 1956-58 95
Abbotsham,   26 1954-55 101
Abbotsham, Bounds of, 22 1942-46 201
Abbotskerswell,   20 1938-39 77
Abbotskerswell, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Abbotskerswell, Name Derivation, 1 1900-01 47, 70, 71,
Abbotskerswell, St.Mary The Virgin, 26 1954-55 165
Abbott, Arms, 13 1924-25 246
Abingdon, Berks, 16 1930-31 98
Abraham, Captain, 33 1974-77 357
Account Book, Courtenay Pole's, 22 1942-46 200, 239, 251
Accountancy, Primitive, in Devon, 19 1936-37 160
Ackland, Baldwin of Tiverton, d.1732, 1 1900-01 168
Ackytoashy, Proverbial Saying, 13 1924-25 16
Ackytoashy,   12 1922-23 48, 75, 76, 168
Acland, Family, 33 1974-77 225
Acland, Family, 25 1952-53 108
Acland, Family, 17 1932-33 360
Acland, Lady Harriet, 17 1932-33 8
Acland, Lady Harriet 18 1934-35 185
Acland, Sir Thomas, 14 1926-27 153
Acoustic Jars in Churches,   4 1906-07 236
Acre, Borough, 15 1928-29 355
Acton, of Bradleigh, 30 1965-67 276
Actresses, Medieval, 26 1954-55 26
Adam, Rector of Combe Pyne, 20 1938-39 278
Adams, Dr.William, 19 1936-37 34
Adams, John Couch, 27 1956-58 331
Adams, Maxwell, In Memoriam, 11 1920-21 193
Adams, Samuel, 14 1926-27 5
Addington, Family, 15 1928-29 7, 348
Addington, Henry, Viscount Sidmouth, 4 1906-07 79
Address, Loyal, of Bideford, 15 1928-29 95
Adlam, Rev.Richard, 18 1934-35 34, 85, 86
Admiralty Telegraph, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 202, 317
Advowson, Wembworthy, 16 1930-31 339
Aggot, Mr. of Chagford,185?, 7 1912-13 177
Agincourt, Battle of, 22 1942-46 226
Agincourt, Battle of, 13 1924-25 61
Agincourt, Battle of and loans for, 12 1922-23 200, 269
Agincourt, Battle of, 12 1922-23 301
Agnus Dei,   19 1936-37 259
Alberica, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Aleppo Merchant, (E.I.Co.)   29 1962-64 264
Alexander, John J. 22 1942-46 113
Alfelmestone, Manor of, 17 1932-33 62
Alfelmestone, Manor of, 14 1926-27 300
Algar, F., 15 1928-29 60
Algerines, Nickname, Exeter, 10 1918-19 90
Alias,   16 1930-31 51
Alias, Double, 12 1922-23 175
Alingeston, Manor of, 2 1902-03 61
Alleriga,   14 1926-27 61
Allet, Manor in Cornwall, 13 1924-25 214
Alley, Jerom, 19 1936-37 35
Alley, Jerom, 18 1934-35 372
Alley, Bishop William, 15 1928-29 39
Allhallows, Church, Exeter, shorthand in registers, 6 1910-11 17
Allhallows, Eve, Begging Fire, 12 1922-23 58
Allhallows, School, 28 1959-61 174, 263
Allhallows, School, 29 1962-64 285
Allington, East, plan of, 34 1978-81 261
Alliston, Robert, Confessions of at Tiverton, 30 1965-67 259
Almshouse, The Old, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 133
Almshouses,   32 1971-73 240
Almshouses, Livery Dole, Exeter, 22 1942-46 329
Alored the Marshall,   13 1924-25 126
Alphington, Women of, 16 1930-31 249
Alphington, Manor of and Neville family, 6 1910-11 224
Alphington, Font Symbolism, 4 1906-07 129
Alsop, Robert, 14 1926-27 259
Alston House, Malborough, 16 1930-31 193
Altar Tables,   23 1947-49 26
Altar Tables, Sandford, 3 1904-05 105, 201,
Altarnun,   30 1965-67 240
Altarnun, Traditions from, 35 1982-86 21
Altarnun, Trelawney farm, 23 1947-49 157
Altars, Stone 28 1959-61 90
Altars, Exeter Cathedral 34 1978-81 1
Altars, Medieval, in Tavistock Church, 20 1938-39 16
Altar-stone, Musbury, 14 1926-27 171
Alurintona, Identifiction of, 21 1940-41 214
Alverton,   14 1926-27 350
Alwington,   21 1940-41 117, 180
Alwington, Church, Heraldry,, 20 1938-39 324
Alwington, Manor Rolls, 10 1918-19 128
Amen (Christian name),   17 1932-33 126
Amery, Peter F.S., In Memoriam, 4 1906-07 249
Amery, J.S., 15 1928-29 289
Ammil, Dartmoor, 29 1962-64 285
Amor, Family, 19 1936-37 33
Amory,   25 1952-53 107
Amphitheatre, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 30, 85, 133, 184, 375
Analecta Andrea du Chesne,   19 1936-37 318, 370
Ancestry, Traditional, 7 1912-13 111
Anchusa Officinalis,   26 1954-55 109
Andrew, John, Map of Plympton, Shaugh and Cornwood, 30 1965-67 303
Andrew, John, 14 1926-27 163
Andrews, Arms of, 13 1924-25 318
Angel Inn, Okehampton, 9 1916-17 159
Anglo-Saxon, Charters, 15 1928-29 10
Anglo-Saxon, Charters, Devon, 20 1938-39 370
Anning, Mary, 34 1978-81 341
Annivellars' College, Exeter, 11 1920-21 270
Anonymous Volume,   23 1947-49 54, 123
Anstey's Cove,   21 1940-41 112
Anstis, Rev.George, Colyton Vicar, 4 1906-07 13, 95,
Anstis, John and Colyton, MS., 4 1906-07 191
Anstis, Rev. George, Vicar of Colyton, 3 1904-05 238
Anti-Semitism, In the West, 21 1940-41 207
Antrover, William, 14 1926-27 32
Apothecaries,   35 1982-86 159, 368
Apothecaries,   32 1971-73 17, 39, 129
Apothecary, Thomas, Edward(e)s 37 1992-96 204
Apple Tree Charms,   3 1904-05 156
Apple Tree Charms, House in High Street, 2 1902-03 113, 206,
Apple Trees in the Middle Ages,   30 1965-67 120, 172
Apple Trees, Toasting of, 7 1912-13 112
Apple Trees, Custom of toasting, 7 1912-13 112
Apple Varieties, Of former days, 23 1947-49 323
Appledore Railway,   30 1965-67 240
Appledore, The 'Tigress' of, 23 1947-49 364
Appledore, The 'Tigress' of, 22 1942-46 164
Appledore, Custom house, 15 1928-29 165, 167
Apples, Tom Putt, 9 1916-17 60
Apples, Tom Putt, 7 1912-13 47, 64, 99, 140
Apprentice Indenture, Thomas Heller, 1792, 4 1906-07 152
Apprentice Indenture, Domestic Servant, 1732 1 1900-01 13
Apprentices' Warning Piece, Chapbook of 1641, 1 1900-01 219
Apprentices, at Yealmpton, 34 1978-81 192
Apprentices, Widecombe, 35 1982-86 143
Apprentices, Parochial registers of, 22 1942-46 32
Apprentices, Bristol and Devon, 1540-1640, 20 1938-39 36
Apprentices, Bristol and Devon 1540-1640, 19 1936-37 177
Apprenticeship Pauper, in Devon 1834-1844, 30 1965-67 145
Apprenticeship Deed,   16 1930-31 263
Arbalister, Family, 24 1950-51 112, 161
Archaeological Bulletin G.B.& I. 1945-49,   25 1952-53 176
Archaeological Site, Cornwall and the Tristan Story, 37 1992-96 202
Archbishop's court,   14 1926-27 222
Archer, Engraving of Mr., in prison, 10 1918-19 63
Architect, Henry Lyon, 37 1992-96 220, 252, 284
Architect, Aston Webb and E.Ingress Bell, 37 1992-96 305
Architecture, Exeter, 35 1982-86 124
Argant bad, Canon Doyle's 'Life of St.Mawgan', 19 1936-37 327
Arius, Grin of, 12 1922-23 202
Arius, Grin of, 12 1922-23 271, 272
Arlington Court,   29 1962-64 237
Armada Chests,   15 1928-29 193, 293, 365, 366
Armada, Early, 14 1926-27 32
Armada, Capt. W.Cox of Plymouth, 5 1908-09 165
Armaments, Devon in 18th century, 7 1912-13 21
Armenians in S.Devon,   16 1930-31 340
Armorial Christening Mug, Taylor-Floyer family, 3 1904-05 32
Armorial Plates, in Risdon, 22 1942-46 23
Armorials of Religious Houses,   24 1950-51 148, 197
Armour in Churches,   10 1918-19 61
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 84, 85, 86
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 124
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 175
Arms of Courtenay,   4 1906-07 268
Arms, coats of Abbot, 13 1924-25 246
Arms, coats of Addington, 15 1928-29 7
Arms, coats of Andrews, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of Arundell, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Ashburton, 26 1954-55 89, 239
Arms, coats of Barnstaple, 28 1959-61 147
Arms, coats of Berry, 15 1928-29 315
Arms, coats of Bicton, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Bideford, 13 1924-25 170
Arms, coats of Bidwell, 15 1928-29 103
Arms, coats of Bidwell, 13 1924-25 6
Arms, coats of Bigbury, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Bluett, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of Bonville, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of Borough of Great Torrington, 23 1947-49 387
Arms, coats of Bourchier, 15 1928-29 293
Arms, coats of Brock, 14 1926-27 70
Arms, coats of Brooking, 16 1930-31 9, 341
Arms, coats of Brooking, 15 1928-29 366
Arms, coats of Buckland Brewer Church, 23 1947-49 88
Arms, coats of Buller, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of Burton, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Call, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of Camperdown, 6 1910-11 244
Arms, coats of Carew, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of Carew's Scroll of, 22 1942-46 260
Arms, coats of Carkeke, 13 1924-25 157
Arms, coats of Carminow, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Catrick, 14 1926-27 78
Arms, coats of Champernowne, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Chantrell, 15 1928-29 49
Arms, coats of Cheney, 15 1928-29 59
Arms, coats of Chudleigh, 13 1924-25 194
Arms, coats of Clare, 17 1932-33 200
Arms, coats of Colan, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of Cooke or Coke, 16 1930-31 172
Arms, coats of Corbyn, 15 1928-29 65
Arms, coats of, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 314
Arms, Coats of, Couch, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, Coats of, Courtenay, 13 1924-25 60, 319
Arms, Coats of, Courteney, 19 1936-37 82
Arms, coats of, Creuse, 15 1928-29 65
Arms, coats of, Crymes, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Dartmouth, 5 1908-09 137
Arms, coats of, Depicting fish, 11 1920-21 126
Arms, coats of, Derneford, 13 1924-25 56
Arms, coats of, Devonshire Fireplace, On a, 28 1959-61 265
Arms, coats of, Difference in, 19 1936-37 218
Arms, coats of, Docton, 15 1928-29 49, 52
Arms, coats of, Doddiscombe, 13 1924-25 194
Arms, coats of, Drake of Ashe, 16 1930-31 244
Arms, coats of, Drayton, 15 1928-29 103
Arms, coats of, Duke, 14 1926-27 293, 361
Arms, coats of, Duntze, 24 1950-51 120
Arms, coats of, Edgcumbe, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Exeter, see of, 17 1932-33 299, 300
Arms, coats of, Exmouth, 23 1947-49 91
Arms, coats of, Fallapit, 13 1924-25 8
Arms, coats of, Fissacre, 14 1926-27 15
Arms, coats of, Fry, 15 1928-29 218
Arms, coats of, Fulford, 9 1916-17 62
Arms, coats of, Giffard, 15 1928-29 7, 59
Arms, coats of, Gilbert, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Gill, 14 1926-27 361
Arms, coats of, Glanville, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Gorges, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Grandisson, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Gun Wharf, Devonport, 20 1938-39 254
Arms, coats of, Harding, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Hart, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Harwood, 15 1928-29 293
Arms, coats of, Hearle, 15 1928-29 52
Arms, coats of, Heath, 14 1926-27 293, 361
Arms, coats of, Hidon, 13 1924-25 60
Arms, coats of, Hill, 15 1928-29 220
Arms, coats of, Hockmore, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Hodder, 14 1926-27 58
Arms, coats of, Hodder, 13 1924-25 277
Arms, coats of, Horton, 14 1926-27 292
Arms, coats of, Hulle, 15 1928-29 220
Arms, coats of, Ilbert, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Isack, 15 1928-29 218
Arms, coats of, Joce, 16 1930-31 348
Arms, coats of, Kelly, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Kerkeet, 13 1924-25 157
Arms, coats of, Keyes, 17 1932-33 292
Arms, coats of, King Charles I in Exeter, 22 1942-46 190
Arms, coats of, Kingdon, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Knightley, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of, Lacy, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Lavington, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Leach, 14 1926-27 1
Arms, coats of, Lovell, 15 1928-29 243
Arms, coats of, Manaton, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Manningford, 9 1916-17 54
Arms, coats of, Mapowder, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Mill, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Moore, 15 1928-29 315
Arms, coats of, Morice, 15 1928-29 15
Arms, coats of, Morville, 14 1926-27 69
Arms, coats of, Newcomen (?), 13 1924-25 49
Arms, coats of, O'Carrill, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of, Oldham, 17 1932-33 153, 156, 201
Arms, coats of, Paulet, 17 1932-33 167
Arms, coats of, Pole, in Colyton Church, 25 1952-53 74
Arms, coats of, Pollard, 25 1952-53 223
Arms, coats of, Pollard, 26 1954-55 63
Arms, coats of, Pomeroy, 25 1952-53 133
Arms, coats of, Potter, 13 1924-25 246
Arms, coats of, Rame, 13 1924-25 56
Arms, coats of, Religious Houses, 25 1952-53 25
Arms, coats of, Roche, 14 1926-27 15
Arms, coats of, Rolle, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Roscarrock, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Roskimmer, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Rossington, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Rowe, 14 1926-27 1
Arms, coats of, Rowe, 13 1924-25 5, 6, 70, 71
Arms, coats of, Royal Coat of, Poltimore, 29 1962-64 235
Arms, coats of, Royal in Churches, 19 1936-37 368
Arms, coats of, Royal, 25 1952-53 22
Arms, coats of, Royal, 17 1932-33 154, 374
Arms, coats of, Royal, of Elizabeth, 20 1938-39 370
Arms, coats of, Rurde, 13 1924-25 5, 6
Arms, coats of, Sapcott, or Shapcote, 15 1928-29 30
Arms, coats of, See of Exeter, 6 1910-11 230
Arms, coats of, Skirret, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Soady, 15 1928-29 193
Arms, coats of, Sokespitch or Suckbitch, 13 1924-25 8
Arms, coats of, Solers, or Sollers, 15 1928-29 366
Arms, coats of, Spinee, 14 1926-27 368
Arms, coats of, St. Catherine's, Whitestone 28 1959-61 233
Arms, coats of, St.Maur, 15 1928-29 243
Arms, coats of, Stafford of Hook, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of, Tavistock Abbey, 17 1932-33 201
Arms, coats of, Tavistock borough, 15 1928-29 322
Arms, coats of, Territorial, 24 1950-51 22, 23
Arms, coats of, Territorial, 23 1947-49 389
Arms, coats of, Thornberry, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of, Tracy, 14 1926-27 70
Arms, coats of, Treawin, 13 1924-25 54
Arms, coats of, Trecarrol, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Trefusis, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Tremaine, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Trevelyan, 3 1904-05 10, 64
Arms, coats of, Turberville, 14 1926-27 2
Arms, coats of, Unidentified, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of, Unidentified, 15 1928-29 193, 293
Arms, coats of, Vere, 15 1928-29 193
Arms, coats of, Weare of Weare Gifford, 13 1924-25 54, 207
Arms, coats of, Wichalse, 13 1924-25 55, 111
Arms, coats of, Willoughby, 7 1912-13 273
Arms, coats of, Willoughby, 14 1926-27 293, 362
Arms, coats of, Wills, 17 1932-33 182
Army Rate, Seaton and Beer, 20 1938-39 365, 368
Army, Royal Marches of, Civil War, 29 1962-64 118, 139
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 7 1912-13 20
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 6 1910-11 111, 158, 220,
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 5 1908-09 47
Arnold, William of Dartmouth, emigrant, 1587, 3 1904-05 64
Arnold, Matthew and his Devon Connections, 3 1904-05 207
Arrallas, Etymology of, 19 1936-37 244
Arrow, Silver, of Brampford Speke, 11 1920-21 151
Arthur, Family Connections of, 1 1900-01 135
Arthur, King, 17 1932-33 319
Arthur, Nicholas, 14 1926-27 21
Artist, John Wallace Tucker, 30 1965-67 252, 284
Artists,   33 1974-77 153, 306
Artists, Leyman, Alfred, 34 1978-81 209, 326
Artists, Schofield, Walter Elmer, 34 1978-81 168
Artists,   16 1930-31 51, 198
Artur, Nicholas, 18 1934-35 318
Arundel, Family, 31 1968-70 89
Arundel, Family, 24 1950-51 158, 196, 214
Arundel, Sir John, 31 1968-70 227
Arundel, Lady Gertrude, 37 1992-96 341
Arundel,   23 1947-49 26, 27
Arundel, Robert, 23 1947-49 180, 399
Arundell, Lord, his rent roll 1771-72, 15 1928-29 133
Arundell, Thomas, 17 1932-33 171
Arundells, The Early, 20 1938-39 111, 154
Arx Cynuit,   16 1930-31 310, 351
As Morse Caught The Hare, Song of South Devon, 10 1918-19 328
Ash family,   11 1920-21 33
Ash Thomas,   32 1971-73 123
Ash Tree, Legend of, 12 1922-23 59
Ashburton , American Prisoners of War, 2 1902-03 129, 185,
Ashburton, Arms of, 26 1954-55 89, 239
Ashburton, Bells, 13 1924-25 253
Ashburton, Bishop Stapledon, And, 2 1902-03 161
Ashburton, Bounties to seamen, 1793, 1 1900-01 197
Ashburton, Bull-Ring, 1 1900-01 26, 48,
Ashburton, Carved Panels in Prideaux House, 4 1906-07 219
Ashburton, Church approach, 14 1926-27 13
Ashburton, Church approach, 13 1924-25 160, 265, 305
Ashburton, Draft will of Thomas Harris, 11 1920-21 49
Ashburton, Drinking Fountain, 37 1992-96 305
Ashburton, Election Entertainment Bill, 1796, 1 1900-01 44
Ashburton, Election of 1837, 27 1956-58 93
Ashburton, French Prisoners of War, 6 1910-11 80
Ashburton, Petition of, 1712, 11 1920-21 30
Ashburton, Pop, A Local Drink of 1785, 3 1904-05 21
Ashburton,   25 1952-53 41
Ashburton,   24 1950-51 14
Ashburton,   20 1938-39 278
Ashburton,   19 1936-37 364
Ashburton,   17 1932-33 357
Ashburton,   15 1928-29 373
Ashbury, Rectors of 28 1959-61 55
Ashbury,   26 1954-55 132
Ashcombe Papers,   25 1952-53 73
Ashe,   16 1930-31 244
Ashprington, Place-name, 11 1920-21 281
Ashprington, Rector of 18th cent'y., 7 1912-13 275
Ashton Church, Notes on, Teigngrace, 9 1916-17 101-110, 151, 173, 197
Ashton Church, Down St.Mary, Removal from Murchington, 2 1902-03 107
Ashton Hotel,   32 1971-73 24, 155
Ashton,   21 1940-41 314
Ashton,   18 1934-35 225, 281
Ashworth, Edward, Architect, 5 1908-09 223
Assemblies, Public, Tiverton, Ashburton, Honiton, Totnes, 11 1920-21 277
Assemblies,   11 1920-21 296
Asshehill,   13 1924-25 348
Asshewell,   28 1959-61 288
Assize Rolls, Devon, 1218-1219, 20 1938-39 338, 395
Assize, County, at Barnstaple, 9 1916-17 32
Assize, Lammas 1809, Jurors, 2 1902-03 213
Assizes, Tiverton, at, 17 1932-33 168, 232
Assizes, Corn, 15 1928-29 239
Assumed Names, Alias, Usage of, 5 1908-09 149, 219, 257,
Assumption, Vigil of, 15 1928-29 151
Athelstan,   13 1924-25 203
Athelstan's Dyke, Exeter, 8 1914-15 177, 210-220,
Atherton, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Attorneys, Devonian 1697-98, 13 1924-25 311
Attwood, J.S., 22 1942-46 205
Atwell and Maine, Families of Maine, USA, 2 1902-03 16
Atwell, John, Emigrant to Maine, 1630, 1 1900-01 256
Atwood, B.B., 14 1926-27 346
Auco, Hugh de (archd.), 17 1932-33 176
Ault, F.E., 13 1924-25 160
Australia (Bendigo),   33 1974-77 56
Authors, Hon.Alderman, W.P., Obituary, 35 1982-86 240
Avery, Emigrant, 17 1932-33 280
Avery, Family, 16 1930-31 245
Avery, John, 31 1968-70 96
Aveton Giffard, Church, 4 1906-07 1, 44, 73, 75, 111, 175, 176,
Aveton Giffard, Heraldry, 4 1906-07 45
Aveton Giffard,   21 1940-41 170
Aveton Giffard,   14 1926-27 21, 209
Aveton Gifford,   34 1978-81 290
Awkutt,   14 1926-27 7, 73
Axe, Pulman's Book of the 20 1938-39 89, 140, 232
Axe, Pulman's Book of the, 19 1936-37 356
Axminster, Account of Constable, John Prince, 5 1908-09 73
Axminster, Church Dedication, 19 1936-37 257, 369
Axminster, Church, Prince Memorial in, 18 1934-35 174
Axminster, Churchwardens' accounts, 16 1930-31 283, 330, 380
Axminster, Cyneheard at, 17 1932-33 216, 275, 278
Axminster, Ecclesiastica, 18 1934-35 218
Axminster, Font and Stocks, 17 1932-33 364
Axminster, Killed by a Bell, 5 1908-09 122, 142,
Axminster, Parvise, 19 1936-37 312
Axminster, Pulman memorials, 17 1932-33 170
Axminster, Pulman's well and pump, 17 1932-33 365
Axminster, Trinity Beacon, 19 1936-37 260
Axminster, Turnpike trust, 16 1930-31 174
Axminster, Windows and doorway, old, 17 1932-33 218, 278
Axminster,   33 1974-77 68
Axminster,   35 1982-86 243
Axmouth, Early Cider Mill, 6 1910-11 209,
Axmouth, Haven, 32 1971-73 97
Axmouth, Manor Rolls, 9 1916-17 61
Axmouth,   33 1974-77 39, 265
Axmouth,   26 1954-55 52
Axmouth,   16 1930-31 376
Axmouth,   14 1926-27 165
Aylesbeare,   18 1934-35 20
Aylesbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Ayre, Family of Fenn Ottery, 9 1916-17 37, 93
Azesiae,   18 1934-35 318
Baale, Phillip, 14 1926-27 22
Babbage, Charles, 14 1926-27 174
Babbage, Jack, 19 1936-37 259
Bache, Arthur, 13 1924-25 153
Backway, Bernard, of Woolfardisworthy, 18th cent. 11 1920-21 151
Badgeworthy, Hermits of and Early History, 8 1914-15 77
Badharlick,   27 1956-58 331
Bagga's Bush,   15 1928-29 253
Baijer, Otto, marriage licences, 12 1922-23 295
Baijer, Otto, 13 1924-25 354
Bailey, Capt. James, 29 1962-64 301
Bailey, Captain R.N., 10 1918-19 62
Baird, Henry, 'Nathan Hogg', 8 1914-15 107
Baird, Henry, 'Nathan Hogg', d.1881, 3 1904-05 184, 238
Bairdown Man,   10 1918-19 168, 221
Baiting,   36 1987-91 54
Bakehouse Dinner Cookery,   25 1952-53 173
Baker, Aaron, 14 1926-27 322
Baker, Family of Loventor, 4 1906-07 64
Baker, Father and authorship of hymn, 12 1922-23 227
Baker, Thomas, 13 1924-25 303
Bakers' Company, Achievement of, 6 1910-11 84
Bakers' Company, Achievement of, 5 1908-09 256, 295,
Baker's Monument, Rockbeare, 11 1920-21 252
Baking, Old methods in Devon farmhouses, 12 1922-23 141
Baking, Old methods of, 12 1922-23 166
Baldwin, Sheriif, Pedigree of family of, 16 1930-31 370
Baldwin, Sheriff's family, 17 1932-33 64
Bale, Christopher, 21 1940-41 166
Ball, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 92, 112,
Ball, Sign of, 11 1920-21 105
Ball, Use and meaning of the word, 11 1920-21 78
Ballot boxes,   15 1928-29 318
Bamber, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Bamber, Family, 33 1974-77 267
Bamfylde House, Exeter, Stained Glass, 6 1910-11 225
Bamfylde House, Stained Glass, 7 1912-13 45
Bampfield, Colonel Hugh, 1684, Kingsteignton, 2 1902-03 234
Bampfylde, House, 22 1942-46 301
Bampfylde, John Codrington, 37 1992-96 90
Bampfylde, John, A Memoir of, 7 1912-13 219,
Bampfylde, Print of, 15 1928-29 352
Bampfylde-Moore Carew, Stoke Damarell register entry, 7 1912-13 111
Bampton (Oxon),   19 1936-37 176
Bampton, Chantell family, 4 1906-07 264
Bampton, Scratch Dial on Church, 7 1912-13 209
Bampton, Scratch Dial on Church, 17 1932-33 325
Bampton,   26 1954-55 8
Bampton,   13 1924-25 160, 210, 211
Band, Church 28 1959-61 93
Bank Note, Devon, 23 1947-49 297
Bank Note, Exmouth, 23 1947-49 269
Banking, In Exeter, 19 1936-37 175
Banks and Bank Notes,   25 1952-53 52
Banks and Bank Notes, Cornish, 24 1950-51 183
Banks, Cornwall, 16 1930-31 91
Banks, Devon, 21 1940-41 277, 325
Banks, Devon, 16 1930-31 14
Banks, Devon, 15 1928-29 241, 294, 372, 372
Bannister, Family, 21 1940-41 85, 130
Banns, old custom, 12 1922-23 199
Bantham, Site of Ancient Camp, 2 1902-03 21
Baptismal Entry, Curious, 10 1918-19 32
Baptismal Entry, Curious, 10 1918-19 62
Baptist Church   28 1959-61 53
Baraberga, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Barbor, Family, 17 1932-33 360, 374
Barbor, Family, 14 1926-27 298
Barbor, Family, 13 1924-25 139, 303
Barclay, Alexander, 35 1982-86 184
Barge, John, 33 1974-77 131
Baring, Family, 19 1936-37 173
Baring-Gould, Works of, 16 1930-31 338
Bark-Grinding,   25 1952-53 52
Barnett, Family, 14 1926-27 298
Barnstaple, Ancient clocks, 12 1922-23 185
Barnstaple, Archdeaconry Records, 3 1904-05 127
Barnstaple, Ballot boxes, 15 1928-29 318
Barnstaple, Banks, 15 1928-29 296
Barnstaple, Bull-baiting at, 4 1906-07 16
Barnstaple, Burgess, 15 1928-29 355
Barnstaple, Carvings at, 16 1930-31 289, 348
Barnstaple, Cavalry Barracks, 36 1987-91 121
Barnstaple, Chair, 26 1954-55 134, 188
Barnstaple, Church, Ancient Chasuble, 6 1910-11 105
Barnstaple, Church, Archdeaconry Clerical Library, 3 1904-05 99
Barnstaple, County Assize at, 9 1916-17 32
Barnstaple, County Assizes at, 10 1918-19 63, 82
Barnstaple, Election bribery, 16 1930-31 136
Barnstaple, Freedom of the Borough, Grant of, 10 1918-19 63
Barnstaple, Inventory of John Hawkin, 14th century, 3 1904-05 86
Barnstaple, Mechanics' Institute, 1 1900-01 200
Barnstaple, Men in French prisons, 14 1926-27 329
Barnstaple, Norman Mint Town, 2 1902-03 60
Barnstaple, Ovens, 11 1920-21 256
Barnstaple, Ovens, 10 1918-19 303
Barnstaple, Ovens, 30 1965-67 317
Barnstaple, Piracy from ship 1584 12 1922-23 326
Barnstaple, Prior of, 16 1930-31 135
Barnstaple, Prison, 2 1902-03 91
Barnstaple, Puritan Divines, 6 1910-11 168
Barnstaple, Railway, Lynton and, 30 1965-67 27
Barnstaple, Repute of Aldermen, temp. Queen Anne, 12 1922-23 112
Barnstaple, Ship, 13 1924-25 113
Barnstaple, Shipping, 15 1928-29 130, 131, 165-68
Barnstaple, Shovels, 15 1928-29 152
Barnstaple, Silenced Ministers, 1662, 3 1904-05 24
Barnstaple, Silenced Ministers, 1662, 2 1902-03 151
Barnstaple, Stray dogs at, 8 1914-15 30
Barnstaple, Tome Stone 13 1924-25 26-28
Barnstaple, Tome stone, 15 1928-29 105, 156, 205
Barnstaple, Tome Stone, 12 1922-23 337
Barnstaple, Vicar, 15 1928-29 81
Barnstaple,   20 1938-39 42
Barnstaple,   31 1968-70 84, 167
Barnstaple,   32 1971-73 39, 53
Barnstaple,   34 1978-81 127
Barnstaple,   23 1947-49 116
Barnstaple,   22 1942-46 275
Barnstaple,   19 1936-37 365
Barnstaple,   18 1934-35 217
Barnstaple,   17 1932-33 231, 362
Barque, Endora', 22 1942-46 301
Barquentines and Schooners, West Country, 24 1950-51 97
Barracks,   32 1971-73 94
Barracks, Barnstaple, 36 1987-91 121
Barracks,   23 1947-49 156, 218, 398
Barrett, William, 20 1938-39 42
Barrett, William of Barnstapale and Copenhagen, 19 1936-37 365
Barrow, Cumbria, 37 1992-96 303
Barrows, Tumuili, 13 1924-25 73, 103
Barrows,   14 1926-27 157, 202
Bartholomew, Bishop, father of, 17 1932-33 220
Bartholomew, Bishop, 13 73, 103 234, 269
Bartholomew, Bishop of Exeter, 12th century, 7 1912-13 251
Bartlett, Family of, 32 1971-73 282
Bartlett, Pedigree Errors, 2 1902-03 176
Bartlett, William, 31 1968-70 64
Bartlett, William, of Bideford, 30 1965-67 319
Barton, Meaning of, 28 1959-61 23, 63
Barton, Meaning of, 27 1956-58 249
Barton, Meaning of, 24 1950-51 129
Barton, Meaning of, 23 1947-49 273, 326, 327, 363, 398
Bartow, Family, 17 1932-33 280, 329, 376
Baskervilles, Hound of the, 17 1932-33 180, 233
Basket of Blackberries,   31 1968-70 26
Bason, Location of Hamlet in Devon, 1 1900-01 136
Bastard , Family of Efford, 12 1922-23 88
Bastard, E.P., 14 1926-27 153
Batten, Family, 7 1912-13 78
Batten, Mr., Schoolmaster, 30 1965-67 24
Batten, Mr., Schoolmaster, 25 1952-53 108
Batthentona,   19 1936-37 38
Batthentona,   18 1934-35 372
Battishill, Family 24 1950-51 157
Battishill, Arms of, 2 1902-03 25, 57, 125, 148
Battle, Agincourt, 12 1922-23 301
Bawden, Thomas and "Father Baldwyn", S.J., 26 1954-55 41
Bayard's Cove, Dartmouth, 24 1950-51 220
Beacelegh, Place-name, 16 1930-31 376
Beacons and Watch Posts,   26 1954-55 115
Beacons,   35 1982-86 233
Beaford,   15 1928-29 79, 111
Beam engine,   36 1987-91 184
Beard, Family, 31 1968-70 192
Bearing-Cloth,   19 1936-37 83, 180
Beauchamp, Family, 15 1928-29 193
Beaudeport, Bishop's Nympton, 12 1922-23 10, 119, 165
Beaumond, Thomas, 15 1928-29 351
Beaumont, Family, 16 1930-31 10
Beaumont, Family, 15 1928-29 194
Beaumont, Pedigree, 26 1954-55 79
Beaumont,   23 1947-49 267
Beaver, Family, 14 1926-27 346
Beaworthy, Rectors of 28 1959-61 116, 188
Beaworthy,   26 1954-55 132
Becket, Murderers of, 13 1924-25 232, 268
Becket, Murderers of, 14 1926-27 14, 67, 68
Beckford Bridge, River Yarty, 6 1910-11 251
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 171
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 223
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 328
Bedford, Rev.Thomas and Descendants, 10 1918-19 50-55
Bedford, Rev.Thomas, B.D., 17th century Plymouth, 9 1916-17 172, 207
Bedford, Russell, Earls of, 17 1932-33 13
Beech tree,   15 1928-29 292, 371, 372
Beer, Army Rate, 20 1938-39 365, 368
Beggar's Hill and Bagga's Bush,   15 1928-29 353
Beggars' Roost,   25 1952-53 223
Begging Fire, Allhallows' Eve, 12 1922-23 58
Beket, Edmund, 13 1924-25 154
Belfield, John, M.P., 23 1947-49 324, 398
Bell, Bourdon, 19 1936-37 366
Bell, Customs, Cornwall, 11 1920-21 220
Bell, E.Ingress (architect), 37 1992-96 305
Bell, Inscriptions at Abbotsham and Torre Abbey, 12 1922-23 25
Bell, Ringing at Non-service Hours, 15 1928-29 151, 201
Bell, Sheplegh, 23 1947-49 27
Bell-founder, William Wyte, Kingsbridge, 1566, 4 1906-07 200
Bell-founder,   15 1928-29 123
Bell-founder,   14 1926-27 195
Bell-founders, Devon, John Savage, 21 1940-41 128
Bell-founders, Exeter Cathedral, 4 1906-07 106
Bellman, Capt.Robert, 20 1938-39 30
Bellmen,   36 1987-91 337
Bell-ringing, Non-service hours, 10 1918-19 165, 207, 208
Bells, Brixham, 14 1926-27 325
Bells, Dalwood, 19 1936-37 258
Bells, Day and Curfew, 4 1906-07 127, 178,
Bells, Day at Totnes, 4 1906-07 127
Bells, Musbury, 19 1936-37 80
Bells, North Bovey, 7 1912-13 118, 182,
Bells, Old, at Ashburton, 13 1924-25 253
Bells, Pre-Reformation, Cost and Weight, Braunton, 6 1910-11 222
Bells, Ringing During a Storm, 1 1900-01 18, 69
Bells, St.Michael's, Honiton, 29 1962-64 257
Bells, Ugborough, 15 1928-29 123
Belstone, Church Screen, 11 1920-21 32, 76
Belstone, Ruins at Skaigh, 20 1938-39 39
Belstone, Screen and Sculptured Stone, 11 1920-21 104
Belstone,   26 1954-55 132
Bench-end, Bere Ferrers, 21 1940-41 111
Bendigo,   31 1968-70 119
Bendyn, Sir Robert, 35 1982-86 386
Benet, Mad, 14 1926-27 350
Bennett, Col. Robert, Diary of, 16 1930-31 219
Bennett, Col.Robert of Hexworthy (Diary), 18 1934-35 251
Bennett, Col.Robert, Diary of, 22 1942-46 146
Bennett, Col.Robert, Diary of, 21 1940-41 323
Bennett, Family, 32 1971-73 21, 183
Bennett, John Nicholas, 31 1968-70 194
Benson, John, In Memoriam, 29 1962-64 33
Benson, Thomas, 33 1974-77 59
Benson, Thomas, 27 1956-58 216
Berbilond, Henry de, 37 1992-96 1
Bere Alston,   14 1926-27 70, 298, 351
Bere, Alston, 22 1942-46 87
Bere, Ferrers, 22 1942-46 87
Bere,   21 1940-41 57
Bere, Ferrers, 21 1940-41 111
Berowe, Surname 28 1959-61 329
Berry Pomeroy, Longevity of Clergy, 5 1908-09 93
Berry Pomeroy, Yew tree, 11 1920-21 38
Berry Pomeroy,   34 1978-81 133
Berry Pomeroy,   20 1938-39 295
Berry Pomeroy,   15 1928-29 292, 371, 372
Berry Pomeroy,   14 1926-27 254
Berry, Family, 10 1918-19 88, 97
Berry, Monastery, Stepney, 16 1930-31 34
Berry, Monument at Molland, 15 1928-29 314
Bevill, De Boevill and De Boyvill family, 23 1947-49 94
Bevill, Family, 23 1947-49 107, 129, 158
Beville, Obituary II, 37 1992-96 35
Beville, Obituary, 36 1987-91 11, 354
Beville, Obituary, 16 1930-31 17
Bible, At St.Mary Major, Exeter, 22 1942-46 134
Bibles, Vinegar, 16 1930-31 8
Biblical Quotation,   31 1968-70 252
Bibliography, Dartmoor, 36 1987-91 297
Bickington, Abbot's, 13 1924-25 292
Bickington, Bridge over R.Lemon, 5 1908-09 44
Bickleigh, Bridge, 19 1936-37 176
Bickleigh, Rectory, Tiverton, Carew-Mohun Chimneypiece, 9 1916-17 233
Bickleigh, Tiverton, 29 1962-64 115
Bicton arms,   13 1924-25 319
Bicton, Holders of, 3 1904-05 199
Bicton,   22 1942-46 280
Bicton,   14 1926-27 113
Bidder, George Parker, The Calculating Boy, 2 1902-03 1
Bideford, Address to Charles II, 15 1928-29 95
Bideford, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 170
Bideford, Bank, 15 1928-29 294
Bideford, Biography, W'm. Newcomen, 15 1928-29 348, 351
Bideford, Bridge, 13 1924-25 61
Bideford, Bridge, Old, 12 1922-23 240
Bideford, Catalogue of Plants, 19 1936-37 177, 225
Bideford, Fair, 15 1928-29 125
Bideford, Granite pillars at, 15 1928-29 9
Bideford, King of Prussia, 16 1930-31 54
Bideford, Map of, 36 1987-91 39, 259
Bideford, Polaccas, 16 1930-31 295
Bideford, Register, Chope entry, 1746 10 1918-19 174
Bideford, Shipbuilding, 16 1930-31 270
Bideford, Shipping, 15 1928-29 130, 165, 167
Bideford, Tome stone, 15 1928-29 105, 156
Bideford, Trial and Death of Three Witches, 5 1908-09 152
Bideford, Westward Ho! And Appledore Railway, 30 1965-67 240
Bideford, William Bartlett of, 30 1965-67 319
Bideford, Witches, 7 1912-13 37
Bideford,   31 1968-70 64
Bideford,   35 1982-86 344
Bideford,   21 1940-41 73, 87
Bideford,   18 1934-35 91, 139
Bideford,   14 1926-27 9
Bideford,   13 1924-25 297
Bidlake, Family of Bidlake, 3 1904-05 241-248
Bidwell, Family, 13 1924-25 6, 107
Bigbury Bay, Chantiloupe' wrecked in, 23 1947-49 322
Bigbury, Wrecks, Historic in, 5 1908-09 153
Bigbury,   17 1932-33 171
Bilbie, Thomas, 15 1928-29 123
Bill of Complaint, Clannaborough, 27 1956-58 31
Binnerton, Crowan, 29 1962-64 11
Birch, Family, 23 1947-49 295
Bird's Eye View of Devon,   14 1926-27 74
Bird-Skin Collection,   25 1952-53 77
Birdwood, Family, 12 1922-23 339
Birth, Custom at, 13 1924-25 307
Bishop Bartholomew, Exeter, Of, 7 1912-13 251
Bishop Lacy, Arms on Font at Ipplepen, 3 1904-05 89
Bishop Lacy, Memorials of, 3 1904-05 113
Bishop Trelawney, Visitation articles, 36 1987-91 33
Bishop, Edmund, 25 1952-53 16
Bishop, Edmund, A Devonshire Scholar, 10 1918-19 177
Bishopric of Exeter,   34 1978-81 45
Bishopric, Proposed, 17 1932-33 224
Bishops Clyst,   34 1978-81 99
Bishops Hull Church, Somerset,   8 1914-15 180
Bishops Nympton, Beaudeport, 12 1922-23 10, 119, 165
Bishop's Nympton, Church, 16 1930-31 126
Bishop's Nympton, Court Rolls, 9 1916-17 119
Bishop's Nympton,   13 1924-25 303
Bishops' Peculiars' Parishes since 1660   8 1914-15 134
Bishop's Stone, Lustleigh, 8 1914-15 58
Bishops Tawton, Tithe Defaulters, 8 1914-15 154, 191,
Bishop's Tawton, St.Laurence's Chapel, 14 1926-27 196
Bishop's Tawton,   13 1924-25 293
Bishops Teignton, Bishop Osbern, 6 1910-11 255
Bishop's Transcripts, Cornish in Exeter, 7 1912-13 25
Bishops, French, 35 1982-86 264
Bishops, Of Exeter, palaces of, 22 1942-46 78
Bishops, Of Exeter, some letters from, 22 1942-46 43, 72, 108, 143, 153, 166
Bishops, Pre-Conquest, 35 1982-86 1
Bishopsteignton,   26 1954-55 168
Bishopsteignton,   22 1942-46 214
Bishopsteignton,   14 1926-27 378
Bitbeare Farm, Winkleigh, 30 1965-67 74
Black Death,   13 1924-25 183
Black Dog in Heraldry,   10 1918-19 160, 203
Black Dog of Harlyn,   29 1962-64 90
Black Dog spectre,   15 1928-29 62
Black Dog spectre,   14 1926-27 158, 197
Black Dog, Inn name, 11 1920-21 97
Black Dogs,   25 1952-53 174
Black Torrington, Bridge Farm, Black Torrington, 4 1906-07 93
Black Torrington,   15 1928-29 56, 161
Black, Red and White Ball Inn, 23 1947-49 296
Blackall, Dr., 32 1971-73 59, 124
Blackaller, Robert, poet, 16 1930-31 98
Blackawton,   28 1959-61 85, 160, 285
Blackawton, Court Rolls, 21 1940-41 172
Blackborough, History of, 18 1934-35 234
Blackborough,   15 1928-29 201
Blackdown Barrows,   35 1982-86 384
Blackhall, Christopher, 14 1926-27 103
Blackmore Memorial, Exeter Cathedral, 3 1904-05 80
Blacksmith, Village, 29 1962-64 293
Blacksmith, Village, 30 1965-67 94
Blacksmith's Shop, As Dartmoor Place-name, 30 1965-67 12
Blagdon Memorials, St.Michael's Church, Honiton, 10 1918-19 19
Blagdon, Near Paignton, 17 1932-33 106
Blaxton, John, 14 1926-27 24
Bligh of the Bounty,   24 1950-51 214
Blind Days,   12 1922-23 58
Bloomerism,   27 1956-58 207
Bluet, Thomas, 18 1934-35 222
Bluett, Arms of, 20 1938-39 282
Blundell's School, And the H.E.I.C.S. 21 1940-41 324
Blundell's School, Peter, Portrait of, 3 1904-05 65
Blundell's School, Portrait of Sir John Popham, 3 1904-05 33
Blundell's School, Tiverton, Admission Tickets (Hogarth and Wesley) 2 1902-03 222
Blundell's School,   23 1947-49 17, 285
Blundell's School,   18 1934-35 307
Blundell's, Memoirs 17 1932-33 168, 233, 325
Boase and Courtney's Bibliotheca, Correction to, 12 1922-23 48
Bobage family,   13 1924-25 198, 266
Bobbins, Honiton lace, 11 1920-21 159, 266
Bochym,   18 1934-35 33
Bodden, Surname, 28 1959-61 329
Bodden, Surname, 29 1962-64 30
Bodies, Haunted, 27 1956-58 19
Bodleian, Extracts from Tanner and Willis MSS, 20 1938-39 119
Bodley Lecture,   20 1938-39 70
Bodmescombe, Priory of, Uffculme, 8 1914-15 50, 88, 128,
Bodmin Moor, Cross base, 22 1942-46 1
Bodmin Moor,   17 1932-33 372
Bodmin,   28 1959-61 243
Bodmin,   20 1938-39 133
Bodmin, Berry Tower, 29 1962-64 125, 304
Bodmin, Borough accounts, 13 1924-25 367
Bodmin, Duel at, 8 1914-15 15
Bodmin, Mayoralty of, 17th century, 7 1912-13 286
Bodmin, Mayors, 13 1924-25 372
Bodmin, Moor, 14 1926-27 157, 202
Bodmin, Priory, 14 1926-27 378
Boggis, Revd. 'History of Diocese of Exeter', 12 1922-23 219
Boghelegh,   11 1920-21 307
Boghelegh, Conjectured site of, 12 1922-23 17
Boghelegh,   12 1922-23 69
Boghelegh,   12 1922-23 118
Bokerel House, High Street, Exeter, 11 1920-21 253
Bokerel House, Exeter, 10 1918-19 12
Bolehill, Exeter, 16 1930-31 197
Bolhelegh,   12 1922-23 162
Bolleaux, Mathew, Dean of Burian 1318, 12 1922-23 296
Bolt alias Johnson,   13 1924-25 53, 110
Bo-matig,   27 1956-58 286
Bondleigh, Tympanum at, 4 1906-07 197
Bondleigh,   29 1962-64 53
Bondleigh,   26 1954-55 133
Bonfires,   15 1928-29 151
Bonus, Robert, 13 1924-25 177
Bonville, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Bonville, Family, 24 1950-51 56, 227
Bonython, Captain John, Will of, 1626, 9 1916-17 187
Bonython, Family, 13 1924-25 132
Bonython, Richard, 17 1932-33 317
Bonython, Sir John Langdon, memoir of, 21 1940-41 1
Bookland and Folkland,   19 1936-37 62
Books, Burnt in public, 16 1930-31 51
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall in 17th and 18th centuries, 9 1916-17 129-39
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 31
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 93
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 174
Booksellers and Printers, Exeter, use of the term, 11 1920-21 156
Bookseller's Label, Dartmouth 1763, 1 1900-01 168
Bookseller's Label, Exeter, 1726 1 1900-01 18
Bookseller's Label, Exeter, 18th Century, 1 1900-01 143
Bookseller's Stock, Exeter 1615, 21 1940-41 36
Booksellers, Early, Exeter, 29 1962-64 164
Boraston, Rev.G. 31 1968-70 121, 188
Boringdon, Place-name, 14 1926-27 305
Borlase, Christopher 28 1959-61 193
Borlase,   29 1962-64 231
Borlase, William, 29 1962-64 14
Borough acre,   15 1928-29 355
Borough Charters, British, pub. 1913, 8 1914-15 106
Boroughs, Devon, 27 1956-58 54
Boroughs, Devon, 24 1950-51 203
Boroughs, Municipal of Devon, 16 1930-31 264, 302, 341
Boroughs, Non-urban, 24 1950-51 154
Borrow, George, 31 1968-70 155, 226
Borrow, George, 'Penquite and Pentyre', unpublished, 7 1912-13 109
Borrow, William, 12 1922-23 159
Borwell, Rev.J.H.C. 22 1942-46 238, 263 264
Boscobel, After, 16 1930-31 229
Bosses, Early English, 5 1908-09 73
Botanical Tour, J.P.Jones Author, MSS, 6 1910-11 174
Botany, Budleigh Salterton, of, 16 1930-31 183
Botathen Ghost,   22 1942-46 258
Botreaux, William, 19 1936-37 171, 231
Bottereau,   22 1942-46 279
Bottle Hill Mine Leat,   33 1974-77 257
Bottles, Name-plates on, 11 1920-21 42
Bottles, Name plates on, 10 1918-19 316
Bottles, Names on, 1 1900-01 72
Boulden, Family, 11 1920-21 145
Boundaries, Ancient Hundreds, 11 1920-21 256
Boundaries, Twelve Men's Moor, North Hill, Cornwall, 22 1942-46 49
Boundary, Land, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, 30 1965-67 180
Boundary, County, Devon and Cornwall, 15 1928-29 270
Boundary, Forest of Dartmoor on the NE side, 30 1965-67 214, 284
Bounties, Seamen at Ashburton, 1793, 1 1900-01 197
Bourdon, Bell, surname, 19 1936-37 366
Bouring, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Bovey Tracey, Church Plate, 2 1902-03 253
Bovey Tracey, Church Rate, 1596, 10 1918-19 329
Bovey Tracey, Church rates, 11 1920-21 40
Bovey Tracey, Poem on Coronation of Q.Victoria, 9 1916-17 2
Bovey Tracey, Tomb at, 4 1906-07 49
Bovey Tracey,   28 1959-61 176
Bovey Tracey,   29 1962-64 253
Bovey Tracey,   30 1965-67 24
Bovey Tracey,   32 1971-73 176
Bovey Tracey,   27 1956-58 124
Bovey Tracey,   18 1934-35 275
Bovey, North, 13 1924-25 345
Bow, Place-name, 14 1926-27 295
Bow, Smithy, 17 1932-33 46
Bowdage, Tristram, d.1636, Northleigh, 10 1918-19 326
Bowder Hill Chapel, Crediton, 12 1922-23 157
Bowhay,   14 1926-27 322
Bowhill,   18 1934-35 300, 305
Bowring, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Bowring, Rauff, Sixteenth century, Alvington, 4 1906-07 150
Bowthe, , 2 1902-03 10
Bowthe, Bishop John, Brass, 1 1900-01 57
Box, Family, 32 1971-73 244
Boyce, History of Tiverton, 12 1922-23 157
Boyhood of Raleigh, Millais' Painting, 1 1900-01 97
Bracken, Mr.C.W., In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Bracton, Henry de, 13 1924-25 264
Bracton, His grave, 13 1924-25 28, 71
Bracton's Grave,   12 1922-23 273, 305, 352
Bracton's Notebook,   14 1926-27 129, 161, 199
Braddock Down, Battle of, 35 1982-86 246
Braddock Down, Battle of, 37 1992-96 41
Braddon, Stephen, 31 1968-70 227
Bradeney, Simon de, 20 1938-39 231
Bradford (Yorks), Devon Entries in Wardens' Accounts, 3 1904-05 228
Bradford, Robert, 13 1924-25 79
Bradford, Held by Polsloe, 19 1936-37 223
Bradford, John, Axmouth Registers, 7 1912-13 232
Bradford, John, poet, 22 1942-46 214
Bradninch, Church dedication, 37 1992-96 45
Bradninch, House, Furniture From, 10 1918-19 48
Bradninch, Lecturer of 1637, 10 1918-19 225
Bradninch, New Parish Room, arms in glass, 6 1910-11 33
Bradninch, Rate 1648 20 1938-39 334
Bradninch, Review of Parochial History, 6 1910-11 256
Bradninch,   32 1971-73 20
Bradninch,   26 1954-55 8
Bradninch,   16 1930-31 12
Bradninch,   15 1928-29 202, 351, 355
Bradridge, William, Bishop of Exeter, 4 1906-07 192
Bradsel, Family, 9 1916-17 219
Bradstone Church, Grin of Arius stone, 12 1922-23 202, 271, 272
Bradstone,   17 1932-33 206
Bradworthy, Church, 23 1947-49 312
Bradworthy, John Yeo of, 8 1914-15 11
Bradworthy, Place-names, 25 1952-53 50, 81
Bradworthy, Soldiers and Centenarians, 30 1965-67 169
Bradworthy, What Purpose the Stone ?, 30 1965-67 238, 284
Bradworthy,   29 1962-64 205
Bradworthy,   27 1956-58 45, 52
Brampford Speke,   14 1926-27 21
Brampford Speke, Silver Afrrow of, 11 1920-21 151
Brance,   19 1936-37 84
Branscombe, Church, 7 1912-13 1/1/2019
Branscombe, Churchyard Tomb, 2 1902-03 185
Branscombe, Coffin-stools, 17 1932-33 267
Branscombe, Dial, 17 1932-33 325
Branscombe, Folk-lore, 1853, 1 1900-01 49
Branscombe, Heraldry of Kelleway and Wadham, 4 1906-07 99-106, 189,
Branscombe, Thomas Puddicombe, Vicar of, 7 1912-13 128
Branscombe, Vicar of, Puddicombe, 2 1902-03 37
Branscombe, Vicars of, 5 1908-09 45, 88,
Branscombe,   15 1928-29 162
Branwell and Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, maternal collaterals, 6 1910-11 111
Brass, Monumnetal, Luppit, 4 1906-07 193, 269
Brasses, Monumental, 34 1978-81 57. 110, 248, 292, 336
Bratton Clovelly,   26 1954-55 133
Bratton Death Club,   32 1971-73 65
Bratton Fleming,   32 1971-73 219
Bratton, Clovelly, Murder at, 31 1968-70 90
Braunton,   29 1962-64 282
Braunton,   27 1956-58 336
Braunton, Pre-Reformation Bells, 6 1910-11 222
Bray River,   24 1950-51 147, 195, 231
Bray, Gen. Sir Claude, 15 1928-29 75
Breage with Germoe, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 181
Breage, Cross-head at, 23 1947-49 78
Breage, Helston, Burials, Incidence of, 6 1910-11 176
Breage, Parish Story, 7 1912-13 286
Breaute, Fulke de, 19 1936-37 262, 327
Brent Hill, St.Michael's Chapel, 25 1952-53 122
Brent Moor, Millstone working, 34 1978-81 333
Brent Tor,   16 1930-31 6
Brent, Family, 27 1956-58 22
Brerewode, Thomas, Vicar of Colyton, d.1544, 6 1910-11 129
Bretel of Trevellion,   35 1982-86 394
Breton Knight, Letter from, 31 1968-70 216
Breton, William, mystery of, 15 1928-29 84
Breuston,   22 1942-46 70, 101
Breuston, John Hexte of, 21 1940-41 315
Brewer and Tracy families, Connections between, 2 1902-03 24, 63, 157, 187,
Brewer, E.P., 14 1926-27 351
Brewer, Elias Pitt, Cup Presented to, 1836 10 1918-19 289
Breweries, Heavitree, 34 1978-81 211
Brewers, Cornish in Domesday Book, 12 1922-23 57
Brewers, Cornish in Domesday Book, 12 1922-23 137
Brewers, Mythical Forty of Cornwall, 6 1910-11 39
Brian, de, Arms, 29 1962-64 220
Brian, Sir Guy, 29 1962-64 156, 181
Briana of Torbryan,   19 1936-37 6
Briant, Alexander, 35 1982-86 42
Brice, Andrew, 13 1924-25 99, 168
Brice, Andrew and the Southgate prison, Exeter, 5 1908-09 120
Brichricheston,   21 1940-41 289
Brick Buildings, Early in Devon, 11 1920-21 54
Brick Buildings, Early of Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 100
Brick Buildings, Early in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 140
Brickmaking, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 185
Brick-making, Topsham, 23 1947-49 13
Brides' Hands,   24 1950-51 227
Bridestowe,   15 1928-29 151
Bridford, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 137, 139, 176,
Bridford, Heraldry in Church, 8 1914-15 73, 113,
Bridford, MS History by Rev.Carrington, 3 1904-05 58, 81,
Bridford, Placename, 19 1936-37 174
Bridge and Caw, Bridge Farm, Black Torrington, 4 1906-07 93
Bridge and Caw, Etymology of, 2 1902-03 18, 83,
Bridge, Bideford, Old, 12 1922-23 240
Bridge, Clapper, 16 1930-31 248, 299
Bridge, Earl Morley's 'Flying Bridge', 11 1920-21 165
Bridge, New, Opening of at Looe, 1855, 30 1965-67 167
Bridge, Saltash Suspension (Railway), 11 1920-21 166
Bridge-builders,   26 1954-55 155
Bridgeman family,   26 1954-55 89
Bridgerule,   15 1928-29 154
Bridgerule,   14 1926-27 25
Bridgerule,   13 1924-25 299, 356
Bridges, Early, 14 1926-27 93, 113
Bridges, Miss, authoress of 'An Elderly Bachelor', 11 1920-21 152
Bridgetown, Totnes, archdeacconry of, 15 1928-29 194, 349
Bridgwater, John, 14 1926-27 23
Bridgwater, Hospital of St.John, 9 1916-17 64
Bridport,   15 1928-29 290, 369
Briefs, Devon from Yorkshire, 2 1902-03 160
Brightley, Family, 32 1971-73 148
Brightley, Near Okehampton, 22 1942-46 179
Brihtricestan,   18 1934-35 152, 233
Brionne, Pedigree, 14th century, 18 1934-35 246
Bristol Rollers, Rolling pins, 11 1920-21 36, 73, 104, 105, 158, 210
Bristol,   19 1936-37 177
British Museum,   37 1992-96 81
Brito, Sir Richard, 1170, 26 1954-55 211
Brittany,   35 1982-86 264
Briwer, William, 14 1926-27 193
Brixham, Bells, 14 1926-27 325
Brixham, Iron Age, 36 1987-91 48
Brixham, Iron mines, 33 1974-77 180
Brixham, Place-names, 14 1926-27 254, 313
Brixham,   27 1956-58 191, 287
Brixham,   15 1928-29 76, 162
Brixton, Hareston Manor, 23 1947-49 260, 297, 363
Brixton, Silver plate found at, 11 1920-21 154, 209
Broadclyst,   26 1954-55 221
Broadhampston as a Port,   11 1920-21 125, 165
Broadhembury, Church Memorial to George or Adrian Moore, 10 1918-19 172, 211
Broadhembury, Grange, 35 1982-86 355
Broadhembury, Grange, Estate of, 3 1904-05 41, 73,
Broadhempston, As a Port 11 1920-21 96
Broadhempston,   29 1962-64 221
Broadhempston,   26 1954-55 177
Broadhempston, Battle Book, 23 1947-49 22
Broadhempston, Financial Reactions of, to the Reformation, 20 1938-39 100, 163, 204, 260, 300
Broadhempston, Vicars of, 20 1938-39 134, 189
Broadwoodwidger, Church, 20 1938-39 362
Broadwoodwidger, Parish Registers, 26 1954-55 54
Broadwoodwidger,   32 1971-73 172
Brocas, Abisha, Exeter Bookseller, 1675 12 1922-23 182
Brocas, Family, 12 1922-23 219
Brockedon, William, 27 1956-58 23, 246
Brockedon, William, 26 1954-55 102
Bronte, Charlotte, Maternal collaterals, 6 1910-11 111
Bronze Age, Find at St.Buryan, 23 1947-49 315
Bronze Celt, Location of after find near R.Tamar, 1 1900-01 195, 256
Brooking, Family, 25 1952-53 107
Brooking, Family, 17 113  
Brothelyngham, Order of, 1348, 11 1920-21 62
Broughton, Warbrightsleigh, of, 16 1930-31 168
Brounker, Family, 13 1924-25 56
Browcke the Painter,   14 1926-27 103
Browne, Solomon 28 1959-61 221
Browne, Solomon, 27 1956-58 122, 158, 190
Brownrigg, Bishop Ralph, register of, 37 1992-96 49
Browse,   28 1959-61 220, 253
Brudenell, Marriage Licence, Exeter, 10 1918-19 127
Brunanburh, Battle of, 19 1936-37 303
Brushfield, Dr. T. N., In Memloriam, 6 1910-11 161
Brushford, Irregular Marriages, 10 1918-19 258
Brushford, Mine, 22 1942-46 370
Brushford, Mine, 15 1928-29 102
Bryan, Richard, 37 1992-96 121
Brychan, children of, 16 1930-31 208
Bryonia dioica,   19 1936-37 177, 226
Buckerell,   23 1947-49 191
Buckfast Abbey, Abbot of, 23 1947-49 34
Buckfast Abbey, Ancient Carvings, 26 1954-55 138
Buckfast Abbey, Library Charter (c.1440), 25 1952-53 144
Buckfast Abbey, Two Abbots Slade, 26 1954-55 216
Buckfast Abbey,   23 1947-49 46
Buckfast Ghosts,   22 1942-46 115
Buckfast, Abbots of, 17 1932-33 48
Buckfast, Cartulary, 16 1930-31 90
Buckfast, Dedication of abbey, 17 1932-33 146
Buckfast, Legend of, 12 1922-23 347
Buckfastleigh, Church Records, 19 1936-37 167
Buckfastleigh, Church, 8 1914-15 16
Buckfastleigh, Pan, 15 1928-29 152
Buckfastleigh, Vicar of, 1697-99, 7 1912-13 120
Buckfastleigh, Vicars, 13 1924-25 75
Buckfastleigh,   29 1962-64 78
Buckingham family, 127 34 1978-81  
Buckland Brewer, Arms in Church, 23 1947-49 88
Buckland Brewer, Mining in, 37 1992-96 211
Buckland Brewer,   22 1942-46 25
Buckland Filleigh, Rectors of St.Mary and Holy Trinity, 30 1965-67 228, 249, 262
Buckland Mlnachorum,   28 1959-61 93
Buckland Monachorum,   27 1956-58 333
Buckland, Abbot of, 15 1928-29 84
Buckland, Abbot of, 13 1924-25 181
Buckland, John, 14 1926-27 6
Buckland, William, 17 1932-33 63
Buckland, William, 16 1930-31 294
Buckland-in-the-Moor, Church Screen, 2 1902-03 126
Bude canal,   11 1920-21 31
Budgell, Family, Exeter, 16 1930-31 54, 103
Budgell, St.Thomas, Exeter Family, 10 1918-19 206
Budleigh Salterton, Pageant of 1814, 6 1910-11 27, 148,
Budleigh Salterton,   25 1952-53 202
Budleigh Salterton,   16 1930-31 183, 230, 257
Budleigh Salterton,   15 1928-29 19, 162
Budleigh, East, 17 1932-33 134
Budleigh, East, 14 1926-27 22
Budleigh, Salt mines, 33 1974-77 176
Building Accounts,   32 1971-73 237
Building Custom,   14 1926-27 62
Buildings of Historic Interest, Preservation of, 25 1952-53 224
Bulkworthy,   34 1978-81 39
Bulkworthy,   25 1952-53 102
Bull-baiting, Barnstaple, 4 1906-07 16
Buller, Arms of, 13 1924-25 320
Buller, Rev. James, 1663, 7 1912-13 183
Bulley and Gerard, Families, 12 1922-23 15
Bulley, Family, 12 1922-23 68
Bulley, Family, 11 1920-21 251, 305
Bull-Imagery,   30 1965-67 309
Bunython, Reskymer of, will dated 1627, 10 1918-19 27
Burde manumission case,   15 1928-29 19
Burges, John, 17 1932-33 185
Burgess by the Wind,   15 1928-29 355
Burgoyne, Family, 13 1924-25 197, 266
Burgundy, Tent of the Duke of, 1415, 2 1902-03 159
Burials, Church Porch, In, 15 1928-29 292, 370
Burials, Exclusion from churchyard, 11 1920-21 48
Burials, Headless, 20 1938-39 331, 385
Burials, Headless, 17 1932-33 257, 328
Burials, Parish Churches, In, 23 1947-49 384
Burials, Position North-South, 11 1920-21 47, 112
Burials, Registers, 32 1971-73 220
Burials, Without ceremony, 16 1930-31 259
Burials, Woollen, In, 3 1904-05 185
Burials, Woollen, In, 25 1952-53 191
Burian, Mathew Bolleaux, Dean of 1318 12 1922-23 296
Buried Treasure Spirits,   26 1954-55 82
Burleigh Dolts, Meaning when applied to a Camp, 1 1900-01 68, 149,
Burlescombe,   27 1956-58 196
Burleston, Family, 14 1926-27 219
Burnard, Nevill N., 31 1968-70 87, 91
Burnard, Robert, Confessions of at Tiverton, 31 1968-70 86
Burnard, Robert, 32 1971-73 159
Burnard's Bust of Cobden,   6 1910-11 46
Burnie, Warren, 27 1956-58 187
Burning of Books, Oxford 1849, 2 1902-03 126
Burning to Death,   17 1932-33 178
Burning, Mansions (Cornwall), destroyed by, 13 1924-25 73
Burrington, Tonic for horses 32 1971-73 153
Burrington, Burrington and Week 35 1982-86 233
Burrow Farm, Stoke Canon, 20 1938-39 27, 88
Burt, Family, 15 1928-29 102
Burthogge, Richard, M.D., Totnes, 17th century, 6 1910-11 16
Burton, Sir Richard, Torquay Worthy, 22 1942-46 274
Burton, Sir R.F., 16 1930-31 89, 121, 153
Bury Barton, Lapford, 27 1956-58 24
Bury Barton, Lapford, 26 1954-55 228
Burying North and South,   10 1918-19 316
Bushell, Thomas and Combe Martin Mines, 10 1918-19 34
Bushell, Thomas, And Cornish Mines, 10 1918-19 152
Bush-Houses, ale houses, 11 1920-21 195
Bussa,   19 1936-37 71
Bussell, Charlotte, Recollections of, 1808-1899, 25 1952-53 133
Butter badger,   35 1982-86 83
Butterfly, Killing The First, Devon Custom, 10 1918-19 207
Butterleigh, East,   17 1932-33 106
Buttern Hill,   17 1932-33 258
Butts and Tutts,   7 1912-13 41
Buttshead mill,   15 1928-29 57
Buvyle, Richard, 13 1924-25 183
Byrd, Family, 14 1926-27 344
Byrth, Thomas, 27 1956-58 270
Bytton, Bishop, burial of, 1307, 12 1922-23 222
Cabinet-makers, List of, 34 1978-81 300
Cadbury, Castle, 17 1932-33 321
Cadbury, Church window, 13 1924-25 152, 195
Cadbury, Family in Devon, 12 1922-23 365
Cadbury, Vicars from 1244, 7 1912-13 244
Cadbury,   20 1938-39 74
Cadbury,   14 1926-27 107, 296
Cadeleigh, Sir Simon Leach of, 2 1902-03 29-37, 58, 92, 204
Cadhay, Ottery St.Mary, Deeds of, 7 1912-13 77
Caellwic, Cornwall, Anglo-Saxon Estates, 11 1920-21 153, 203
Cagford, MSS of Rev.T. Whale, 10 1918-19 271
Calais,   30 1965-67 11
Calchurch or Colchurch, Derivation of name, 9 1916-17 126
Calendar Medals,   21 1940-41 85
Calendar of Exeter Diocese,   14 1926-27 58
California,   30 1965-67 72
Call, Arms of, 13 1924-25 356
Callard, Family, 34 1978-81 128
Callaway, John, 13 1924-25 297
Callington,   27 1956-58 225
Callington,   19 1936-37 153
Calmady, Sir Shilston, 19 1936-37 30
Calstock,   35 1982-86 347, 377
Calvert, Edward, 29 1962-64 92
Calvert, Edward, Artist, d.1883, 1 1900-01 82
Camborne, Register, 21 1940-41 280
Camborne,   17 1932-33 40, 43
Camborne,   16 1930-31 9
Camborne,   13 1924-25 296
Cambridge, Archives, 29 1962-64 158
Cambridge, Clare College and Devon, 15 1928-29 313
Cambridge, Gonville and Gaius College, 1559-1713, 25 1952-53 217
Camden, Lord, 17 1932-33 264
Camden, William, 31 1968-70 64
Camel Estuary, Roman settlement, 17 1932-33 124
Camelford,   23 1947-49 50
Camp, British, at Exeter, 8 1914-15 185
Camp, Roman, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Camperdown Arms,   6 1910-11 244
Campion, R.C., 17 1932-33 128
Camp-le-Tout Newland,   23 1947-49 215
Canal, Exeter to Crediton, 20 1938-39 38
Canal, Bude, 11 1920-21 31
Canals, Devon and Cornish, 26 1954-55 53
Canna Park, West Devon field name, 12 1922-23 8, 71, 72
Canon Leigh priory,   13 1924-25 180
Canons of Laon, Cornwall, 19 1936-37 163, 204
Canonsleigh, Abbesses of, 15 1928-29 119,
Canonsleigh, Abbey, 30 1965-67 126
Canonsleigh, Fair, 15 1928-29 125
Canonsleigh, Priory, 14 1926-27 40
Canonsleigh, Priory, 8 1914-15 104
Cardew, Alexander, 14 1926-27 203
Cardinals, Devon, 20 1938-39 276
Cardinham, Manor of, 26 1954-55 203
Carew, Arms of, 13 1924-25 318
Carew, B.M. at Bridgwater in 1744, 12 1922-23 276
Carew, Heraldry, 5 1908-09 31
Carew, Pole Letters 6 1910-11 173, 208,
Carew, Pole, Letters, 2 1902-03 12
Carew, Sir Alexander, 22 1942-46 37
Carew, Sir Peter, 26 1954-55 47, 90
Carewe, Thomas of Studley, 4 1906-07 140
Carew-Mohun, Chimneypiece, Bickleigh Rectory, Tiverton, 9 1916-17 233
Carew's Scroll, Corrections, 2 1902-03 256
Cargreen,   21 1940-41 81
Carkeet or Carkeke, Family of 13 1924-25 154, 303, 349, 354
Carkeet or Carkeke, John, 13 1924-25 254
Carkeet or Carkeke, Samuel, 13 1924-25 100
Carkeet or Carkeke, Stephen, 13 1924-25 351
Carkeet or Carkeke, Family of, 15 1928-29 195
Carkeet, Family of 15 1928-29 297
Carlisle, Devonshire Items at, 2 1902-03 68
Carmenow, Margaret, Inq.P.M., 13 1924-25 42
Carminow arms, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Carminow, Family of, 25 1952-53 141
Carminow, Family of 24 1950-51 56
Carnarvon Arch,   23 1947-49 241
Carols, Two early of Morchard Bishop, 11 1920-21 59
Carpenter, John, Vicar of Branscombe, etc., 7 1912-13 95
Carpet Baggers, Fifteenth century, 19 1936-37 106, 272, 323
Carpet, Manufacture of, 13 1924-25 24, 164
Carpets, Exeter, at, 15 1928-29 246
Carslake, ?, Kerslake or, Tiverton, 22 1942-46 180
Carsugo, Family, 23 1947-49 268
Carswell (Kerswell),   20 1938-39 77
Carters, Inns in London for, 12 1922-23 82
Carthamartha,   20 1938-39 80, 138, 139, 183, 232
Cartularies, Devonshire Abbey and Priory, 7 1912-13 245
Cartularies, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 150
Cartularies, Handlist of Medieval, 25 1952-53 112
Cartularies,   19 1936-37 142, 325
Cartularies, Monastic, 13 1924-25 97, 167, 211
Cartulary, Newnham, 29 1962-64 41
Cartulary, Buckfast, 16 1930-31 90
Cartuther, Manor and Family of, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Carvings, Barnstaple, The Priory, 16 1930-31 289, 348
Cary, Anne of Cockington, b.1653 11 1920-21 161
Cary, Bideford arms, 13 1924-25 179
Cary, Capt. John, 19 1936-37 83
Cary, Family of Follaton, 1 1900-01 117
Cary, Family of, 15 1928-29 244, 296
Cary, George or Robert, Dean of Exeter, 14 1926-27 343
Cary, Sir Geirge of Newparke, Southampton, 12 1922-23 349
Castle Dore,   19 1936-37 130
Castle of Cornwall,   23 1947-49 123
Castles, Trematon, 13 1924-25 94
Castles, Truro, 13 1924-25 40
Caswella, Basilia de, 10 1918-19 224
Catrick, John, 14 1926-27 76
Cattle, Horns on Buildings, 19 1936-37 221, 277
Cattle, Plague 28 1959-61 325
Cavour, Count Camillo, 27 1956-58 246
Cawood, Yorks, 16 1930-31 296
Cawsand,   31 1968-70 121
Cawsand,   32 1971-73 230, 271
Cawsand,   33 1974-77 46
Cawsand,   15 1928-29 163
Cellarer's Account Book,   23 1947-49 253
Celt, bronze, 17 1932-33 43
Celtic Churchyard,   37 1992-96 145
Cemetery, British, Lisbon, 22 1942-46 364
Cemetery, Goodrington, 13 1924-25 115
Censorship in 1615,   15 1928-29 181
Census, Exeter, 17th century, 27 1956-58 227
Census, Membury, at, 17 1932-33 315
Census, Religious, Diocese of Exeter, 1676, 3 1904-05 264
Census, Returns, 36 1987-91 138
Census, Returns, Plymouth, 35 1982-86 33, 364
Census,   20 1938-39 331
Centenarian, Topsham, 18 1934-35 224
Centenarians, Bradworthy Soldiers and, 30 1965-67 169
Ceramics,   30 1965-67 239
Chaddlecombe Folly,   27 1956-58 311
Chafe, Thomas, Monument, 1 1900-01 129, 163,
Chaffcombe,   28 1959-61 221
Chagford, Choir in1726 12 1922-23 226
Chagford, Church, Prowse memorials, 9 1916-17 81, 121
Chagford,   27 1956-58 260
Chagford,   23 1947-49 21
Chained Books, References to, 3 1904-05 30
Chairs, public hire, 36 1987-91 265, 314
Chalice, Newenham Abbey, 20 1938-39 28
Chalk, Rev.E.S., Memoir of, 19 1936-37 97
Champernon, Family of, 16 1930-31 86
Champernoun, Family of Modbury, 12 1922-23 342
Champernoun, Family of, 24 1950-51 227
Champernowne, Francis, 17 1932-33 185, 235
Champernowne, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Champernowne, History, 18 1934-35 3, 81, 84, 108, 319, 374
Champernowne,   19 1936-37 26, 118, 265
Chancellors, Exeter Cathedral, 37 1992-96 14, 65
Chancellors, Exeter Diocese, 15 1928-29 216
Chancels, Arrangement of, 17th and 18th centuries, 22 1942-46 165
Chancels, Evolution of, 17th and 18th centuries, 22 1942-46 227
Chancery, Miscellanea, 18 1934-35 95
Channel Island, Seafarers, 36 1987-91 38
Chantiloupe, Wrecked in Bigbury Bay, 23 1947-49 322
Chantrell, Family of Bampton, 4 1906-07 264
Chantries,   34 1978-81 319
Chantries, Exeter Cathedral, 35 1982-86 12, 67
Chantry, Dabernon's in Lansallos, 22 1942-46 270
Chantry, Priests at plymouth, 18 1934-35 352
Chapel 'La Wallen', Gidleigh, 11 1920-21 129
Chapel Rock, Perranporth, 14 1926-27 104
Chapel Street, Exeter, 12 1922-23 345
Chapel, Carn Brea, 31 1968-70 12
Chapel, Lady Mary's, Newton Abbot, 36 1987-91 97
Chapel, Near Bideford Bridge, 21 1940-41 73
Chapel, Plymouth Brethren, 29 1962-64 9, 92
Chapel, St.Brannoc, Braunton, 27 1956-58 336
Chapel, St.Elidius, 30 1965-67 260
Chapel, St.Katherine's, Marazion, 29 1962-64 294
Chapel, St.Loyes, Wonford, 21 1940-41 62, 131
Chapel, St.Michael, Brent Hill, 28 1959-61 50
Chapel, St.Peter, Cargreen, 21 1940-41 81
Chapel, The King's 'Catholick Chapell', 36 1987-91 216
Chapel, Wolford, 21 1940-41 79
Chapels, Binnerton, Crowan, 29 1962-64 11
Chapels, Bridge, 22 1942-46 214, 240
Chapels, Bridge, St.Edmond's, Exeter, 22 1942-46 203
Chapels, Mousehole, 30 1965-67 184
Chapels, Parochial and Licensed, 8 1914-15 206
Chapels, Rawridge, 35 1982-86 327
Chapman, Joseph, Monument at Colyton, 4 1906-07 198
Chapman, Barrows, 29 1962-64 206
Chapman, Family of 25 1952-53 140
Chapple MSS, History of Devon, 12 1922-23 207
Chapple's Collections,   11 1920-21 125
Chappyngton, Family, Organ makers of South Molton, 6 1910-11 31, 84, 85, 86,
Charaton and Penhawger,   23 1947-49 202
Charcoal, Peat, 30 1965-67 118, 252
Chard, Thomas, Abbot of Forde, 30 1965-67 299
Chard, Thomas, 15 1928-29 118, 185, 365
Chards, Two Thomas, 19 1936-37 101, 226, 270
Chardstock Spurs,   23 1947-49 23
Charities, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 184
Charity, Christian Name, 18 1934-35 372
Charity, Christian name, 19 1936-37 36
Charity, Early 17th century, 23 1947-49 47
Charity, Private, 30 1965-67 300
Charles Church, Plymouth, 1 1900-01 189
Charles Church, Plymouth, 23 1947-49 115
Charles Church, Plymouth, 6 1910-11 200
Charles II, Address to, 15 1928-29 95
Charles II, Goods of at Cullompton and Nymet Tracey, 8 1914-15 7
Charles II, Miniature in Ford Family, 1 1900-01 157, 180,
Charm, Containing name of Cornish saint, 17 1932-33 119
Charms, Apple Tree, 2 1902-03 113, 206,
Charter Roll, For Common Advantage of the Land of Cornwall, 5 1908-09 142
Charter, Morebath, 12 1922-23 111
Charters,   32 1971-73 103, 119, 176
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, 17 1932-33 55, 124, 322
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, 15 1928-29 10
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, Devon, 20 1938-39 370
Charters, Cornish, 15 1928-29 184
Charters, Topsham, 34 1978-81 3
Chase, Family, 15 1928-29 146
Chaucer,   29 1962-64 87, 207
Chave, Rev.E.W.T., 17 1932-33 367
Chdests, 'Armada',   15 1928-29 193, 293, 365, 366
Cheddeham,   20 1938-39 181, 389
Chedderleigh, Place and Family, 14 1926-27 218, 267
Chee Chonter,   18 1934-35 28
Cheese presses,   14 1926-27 203
Cheglinch,   23 1947-49 24
Cheltenham (Glos.),   33 1974-77 56
Cheney (Cheyney), Family of, 15 1928-29 21, 55, 57, 59, 66
Cheney, Family, 14 1926-27 291, 358
Chequey a fesse vairy,   26 1954-55 62
Cheriton Bishop,   18 1934-35 146
Chest, 17th century, inscription on, 36 1987-91 220
Cheverston, John, 14 1926-27 32
Cheyney, Family, 25 1952-53 175
Chichester, Arthur, 14 1926-27 379
Chichester, Family, Papists' Licence, 1 1900-01 199
Chichester, Sir Robert, of Raleigh, 1626, 2 1902-03 123
Chichester, Widworthy, Of, and Virginia, 4 1906-07 89
Chidley, John of, 13 1924-25 180
Chievre, William, 29 1962-64 193
Chilcott's School, Tiverton, 27 1956-58 122, 259
Child labour, Withleigh, 34 1978-81 62
Children, Unchristened, registers of, 12 1922-23 52
Children's Song Games in Devon,   11 1920-21 50
Chimney-sweep in 1654,   14 1926-27 156
China Clay,   22 1942-46 251
Chinese Bell,   23 1947-49 265
Chis, Morval, 19 1936-37 369
Chislet (Kent),   31 1968-70 182
Chitjack, name for Oakapple Day, 11 1920-21 68
Chittlehampton, Church, Heraldry in, 10 1918-19 59
Chittlehampton, Manor, 23 1947-49 297
Chittlehampton,   27 1956-58 38, 171,220, 236
Chittlehampton,   26 1954-55 146
Chittlehampton,   17 1932-33 250, 290
Chittlehampton, Wayside Cross, 5 1908-09 17, 50,
Chiverton, Thomas, 33 1974-77 97, 143, 188, 236, 277, 337
Chiverton, Thomas, 34 1978-81 5, 52
Cholwich Town, stone cross, 17 1932-33 44
Cholwich, Family, 28 1959-61 85, 160
Chope, Memoir of, 20 1938-39 49
Chope, R.F., Library of, 20 1938-39 224, 285
Christadelphians,   12 1922-23 344
Christian Names, Charity, 19 1936-37 36
Christian Names, Digory, 19 1936-37 172, 232, 326
Christian Names, Double, 20 1938-39 123, 231
Christian Names, Double, Early example of, 7 1912-13 20
Christian Names, Early Double, 23 1947-49 248
Christian Names, Euclid, 19 1936-37 319, 370
Christian Names, Florence, 12 1922-23 344
Christian Names,   27 1956-58 45
Christian Names,   18 1934-35 274
Christianity, Exeter, use of the term, 11 1920-21 84
Christmas, Family of Bideford, 6 1910-11 175, 209, 210,
Christow,   24 1950-51 14
Chronicon, Church of Exeter, 7 1912-13 246
Chronicon, Exeter, Of The Church of, 8 1914-15 240
Chronicon, Harleian MS 545, 8 1914-15 27
Chubbe, John, 13 1924-25 130
Chudleigh, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 194
Chudleigh, Col. George, 15 1928-29 146, 199
Chudleigh, Crediton Turnpike Trust, 36 1987-91 369
Chudleigh, Family, 14 1926-27 218, 267
Chudleigh, John, 15 1928-29 194, 250
Chudleigh, Mr.Gawler of, 1688, 3 1904-05 74
Chudleigh, Obelisk, 20 1938-39 38
Chudleigh, Thomas First Lord Clifford of, 1 1900-01 81
Chudleigh, William, 15 1928-29 194
Chudleigh,   13 1924-25 55, 111, 208
Chulmleigh, Church, Crucifix in wall of, 12 1922-23 110
Chulmleigh, Church, Sanctuary in, 8 1914-15 49
Chulmleigh, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 43, 70, 71,
Chulmleigh, Prebendal Lands, 25 1952-53 201
Chulmleigh,   8 1914-15 31, 48,
Chulmleigh,   35 1982-86 355
Church advowsons, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 336
Church architecture, Combeinteignhead, 35 1982-86 35, 74
Church architecture, Heavitree church tower, 34 1978-81 123
Church architecture, Young wives window at St.Neot's, 34 1978-81 311
Church Armour, Hartland, 12 1922-23 329-336
Church Armour, Examples of, 11 1920-21 92
Church Bands, Buckland Monachorum, 27 1956-58 333
Church Bands, Heanton Punchardon, 10 1918-19 47
Church Bands, Sidmouth, 10 1918-19 271
Church Bands, Woodbury parish, 10 1918-19 93
Church Bands,   9 1916-17 124, 149, 161, 200, 253,
Church Bell, Uffculme, 8 1914-15 29
Church Bells, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 218
Church Bells,   15 1928-29 123
Church Building, Honiton, 36 1987-91 68
Church Charters, Devon, 736, 1 1900-01 39
Church Decorations, Cullompton, 36 1987-91 35
Church Dedications, Bradninch, 37 1992-96 45
Church Dedications, North Devon, 37 1992-96 249
Church Dedications, Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 163
Church Furniture, Alabaster figures, 35 1982-86 316
Church Guide Books,   35 1982-86 161
Church Houses,   32 1971-73 240
Church Incised Memorials, Hatherleigh, 37 1992-96 342
Church Inscriptions, Peter Tavy, 37 1992-96 112
Church Life, Winkleigh, 15 1928-29 41
Church Militant,   22 1942-46 202
Church Monuments,   31 1968-70 181, 182
Church Monuments,   32 1971-73 216, 217, 252
Church Music,   35 1982-86 133
Church Near a Windmill,   36 1987-91 71-2, 139
Church Pews,   35 1982-86 331, 347, 377
Church Pews,   36 1987-91 132
Church Plate,   23 1947-49 198
Church Plate, Devon, 9 1916-17 91
Church Plate, Descriptions of Some Old, 2 1902-03 181, 256
Church Plate, Mark of 1789, 1 1900-01 102, 158, 159, 191,
Church Plays, late instances of, 17 1932-33 373
Church Porch, burial in, 15 1928-29 292, 370
Church 'Quires', Devonshire, 5 1908-09 48
Church Rate, Bovey Tracey 1596, 10 1918-19 329
Church Rates, Bovey Tracey, 11 1920-21 40
Church Registers, Exeter, 25 1952-53 194
Church Restoration,   34 1978-81 284
Church Sittings,   11 1920-21 144
Church Sittings,   9 1916-17 36, 116, 159
Church, Band 28 1959-61 93
Church, Bradworthy, 23 1947-49 312
Church, Buckland Brewer, 23 1947-49 88
Church, Chancel, descent to, 16 1930-31 50
Church, Dedication, Lee 28 1959-61 327
Church, Exeter St.David's, 23 1947-49 53
Church, Exeter St.George's, 23 1947-49 243
Church, Great Torrington, 21 1940-41 181
Church, Halwill, 33 1974-77 118
Church, Hartland, St.Nectan's, 23 1947-49 307
Church, Helland, 23 1947-49 342
Church, House, 16 1930-31 162
Church, Ilsington, 33 1974-77 22
Church, Kingsnympton, 21 1940-41 129
Church, Money payments in, 14 1926-27 110, 279
Church, monumental brasses, 33 1974-77 300
Church, Officers, 33 1974-77 33
Church, Plate, 28 1959-61 49, 84
Church, Plymouth, Charles, 23 1947-49 115
Church, Plymouth, Corpus Christi, 23 1947-49 344
Church, Poundstock, 23 1947-49 342
Church, Registers, 16 1930-31 293, 348
Church, Rose Ash, 21 1940-41 113
Church, Saimt Germoe, 23 1947-49 354
Church, Siloam, 23 1947-49 344
Church, Spyhole, 34 1978-81 82
Church, Stained glass, 33 1974-77 65
Church, Tower doors, 14 1926-27 156, 201, 265, 310
Church, Windows, mending before feasts, 14 1926-27 107
Churches, Burials in Parish, 23 1947-49 384
Churches, Cullompton, 36 1987-91 35, 214
Churches, Deanery of Kenn, 8 1914-15 141
Churches, Deavery of Kenn, Notes on, 9 1916-17 217
Churches, Dedications of in Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 259
Churches, Foot and Hand Graffiti in, 30 1965-67 57
Churches, Ground plans of, 12 1922-23 5
Churches, Hat-pegs in, 10 1918-19 307
Churches, Honiton, 36 1987-91 68
Churches, Kenn Deanery, Notes on, 8 1914-15 3, 5,
Churches, Kentisbeare, 36 1987-91 37
Churches, Lyson's notes on Devonshire, 26 1954-55 151
Churches, Mayoral Elections in, 9 1916-17 18
Churches, Plymouth, 10 1918-19 197
Churches, Porch Fire Places,, in Devon, 21 1940-41 130
Church-Houses, Modbury, 31 1968-70 221
Churchill, Arabella, 18 1934-35 24
Churchill, Family of, 11 1920-21 51
Churchill, Family of, 9 1916-17 96
Churchill, John, 18 1934-35 24
Churchstaunton, Chalice, 18 1934-35 313
Churchstow,   16 1930-31 241
Churchwarden, Senior in England, 20 1938-39 142, 187
Churchwarden, Senior in England, 19 1936-37 362
Churchwardens' Accounts, Honiton, 29 1962-64 224
Churchwardens' Accounts, Kilkhampton, 24 1950-51 33
Churchwardens' Accounts, Modbury, 20 1938-39 133, 187
Churchwardens' Accounts, Rose Ash, 22 1942-46 62
Churchwardens' Accounts, St. Mary Major, Exeter, 1410, 9 1916-17 220, 239,
Churchwardens' Accounts, St. Marychurch, 28 1959-61 60
Churchwardens' Accounts,   27 1956-58 47
Churchwardens' Accounts,   15 1928-29 11, 68
Churchwardens' Accounts,   13 1924-25 10, 57, 59, 101, 102, 161, 163, 200, 258, 265
Churchwardens' Book, Membury, 21 1940-41 24
Churchwardens, Accounts of Littleham with Exmouth, 32 1971-73 8
Churchwardens, Accounts, 16 1930-31 283, 330, 380
Churchwardens, Accounts, 14 1926-27 66, 67, 107
Churchwardens, Appointing, 14 1926-27 107, 165
Churchwardens, Exeter, 20 1938-39 177
Churchwardens, Of St.Michael's Church, Honiton, 1570-1651, 30 1965-67 13
Churchwardens, Wands of, 11 1920-21 287
Churchwardens, Women, 14 1926-27 107, 165
Churchwardens,   22 1942-46 17
Churchyard, Ottery St.Mary, Trees in, 10 1918-19 271
Churchyard, Paignton, Trees in, 10 1918-19 306
Churchyards, Haunted, 27 1956-58 85
Churchyards, Round, 14 1926-27 351
Churchyards, Round, 13 1924-25 202
Churchyards, Trees in, 9 1916-17 247
Churchyards, Winnowing in, 17 1932-33 59
Churne-in-Witheridge,   26 1954-55 149
Churston Ferrers, Discovery of old Documents, 5 1908-09 255
Churston Ferrers,   15 1928-29 365
Chysauster,   17 1932-33 43
Cicestria, Henry de, Missal of, 10 1918-19 60
Cidan, Sultan Muley, 17 1932-33 60
Cider, Mill and Press, Cornish, 12 1922-23 49
Cider, Spirit, 35 1982-86 391
Circuit, Western, 15 1928-29 104
Circus, 19th century, 35 1982-86 151
Cistercian General Chapters, Statute of the, 23 1947-49 84
Civil War, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 246
Civil War, Devon, 35 1982-86 243
Civil War, Exeter, in, 17 1932-33 221
Civil War, Interregnum, 29 1962-64 80, 102, 132, 139, 171, 227
Civil War, Mint at Exeter, 11 1920-21 249
Civil War, Payhembury, Tale from, 36 1987-91 108
Civil War, Plymouth appeals to London 1645 12 1922-23 29
Civil War, Relics of, Cannonballs, 2 1902-03 224
Civil War,   31 1968-70 41, 63, 167
Civil War,   34 1978-81 119, 245
Civil War,   15 1928-29 32
Clampitt,   30 1965-67 172, 199, 276
Clampitt,   31 1968-70 26, 65
Clannaborough, Clergy of, 26 1954-55 25
Clannaborough,   27 1956-58 30
Clannaborough,   14 1926-27 351
Clap, Memoirs of Roger, 18 1934-35 138
Clapham (Surrey), and Devon, 15 1928-29 198
Clapper Bridge, Zeus' Woodpecker at, 22 1942-46 193
Clapper Bridge,   16 1930-31 248, 299
Clasiewell Pool, Dartmoor, 12 1922-23 238
Classical scholars, Cornwall, in, 13 1924-25 25, 70, 164
Classical scholars, Devon, 13 1924-25 24, 25, 69, 164
Classical Scholars, Devon, 12 1922-23 274, 306
Claverton,   18 1934-35 275
Clawton, Fee Farm Rent, 24 1950-51 96
Clawton, History of, 21 1940-41 46
Clawton, Wardens' accounts, 13 1924-25 258
Clawton, Wardens' accounts, 14 1926-27 67
Clawton,   33 1974-77 132
Clawton,   22 1942-46 259
Clawton,   20 1938-39 323
Clawton,   18 1934-35 374
Clayhidon, Inscription at, 18 1934-35 130
Cleak, Adam, 15 1928-29 290, 369
Cleaveland, Ezra, from Honiton Registers, 11 1920-21 142
Cleaveland, Ezra, Rector of Powderham 1697, 10 1918-19 313
Cleeve Memorial, Kentisbeare Church, 36 1987-91 37
Clergy, Devon, 37 1992-96 106, 137, 168, 199, 235, 267, 293, 334
Clergy, Cornwall in 1645, 10 1918-19 306
Clergy, Devon in 1561, 15 1928-29 38
Clergy, Exeter in 1415, 15 1928-29 86
Clergy, List of 1704, 17 1932-33 120
Clergy, Longevity at Berry Pomeroy, 5 1908-09 93
Clergy, Reformation, 37 1992-96 162
Clergy, Reverend Hann, 37 1992-96 112
Clergy, Richard Bryan, 37 1992-96 121
Clergy,   32 1971-73 55
Clergy,   35 1982-86 180, 264, 312
Clerical Subscriptions,   28 1959-61 141, 161, 199, 226
Clerical Subsidies, Exeter, 4 1906-07 271
Clifford, Chudleigh ,1645 9 1916-17 58
Clifford, Family of, 13 1924-25 8
Clifford, Louisa, 'All Is Not Fable', 9 1916-17 116
Clifford, Thomas, First Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, 1 1900-01 81
Climate,   33 1974-77 311
Climo, Surname, 29 1962-64 300
Climo, Surname, 30 1965-67 59
Clistbarnevile, Location of, 3 1904-05 82
Cloberry, Oliver, 17 1932-33 206
Clock and Watch Makers, West Country, 10 1918-19 28
Clock and Watch Makers, West Country, 9 1916-17 30, 64, 185, 204, 252,
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 11 1920-21 166
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 8 1914-15 16, 141, 204,
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 7 1912-13 241
Clock and Watchmakers, Devon, 3 1904-05 155, 200,
Clock Makers, Devon, 29 1962-64 61
Clock Makers, Devon, Woodbury and East Budleigh, 3 1904-05 240
Clock Makers, Lovelace, 10 1918-19 162
Clock Makers, Lovelace's, Exeter, 1 1900-01 178
Clock Makers, Trumpeting, of Ottery St. Mary, 6 1910-11 1
Clock Makers, West Country makers, 12 1922-23 348, 349
Clock Makers, West Country, 11 1920-21 144
Clock Makers,   15 1928-29 245
Clock Makers,   33 1974-77 168, 194, 265
Clocks, Ancient at Barnstaple, 12 1922-23 185
Clocks, Ancient in North Devon, 12 1922-23 357
Clocks, Exeter, 1 1900-01 177
Clog making, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 186
Clog, Almanacs, 23 1947-49 269
Clogs, Devonshire,, making of, 11 1920-21 94
Clony, Lepers of, 13 1924-25 50
Clopton, Walter de, 1322, 10 1918-19 320
Close of St.Andrews, Sketch of Exeter Life, 1870, 7 1912-13 108, 131,
Cloth-Workers of Exon, Arms of, 1 1900-01 190
Clovelly, Alice Giffard 1275 I.P.M., 2 1902-03 188
Clovelly, Hour glass in church, 12 1922-23 85
Clovelly, Religious Houses at, 12 1922-23 311
Clovelly, Ship of, 12 1922-23 111
Clovelly,   15 1928-29 165, 366
Club, Walks, 31 1968-70 250
Clubs and Societies,   32 1971-73 65
Clyst Hydon,   15 1928-29 11, 68
Clyst Hyneton,   18 1934-35 131
Clyst St.George, Flagon of 1737, 2 1902-03 137
Clyst St.George, Sokespitch family, 5 1908-09 23
Clyst St.George,   16 1930-31 86
Clyst St.Lawrence,   20 1938-39 247
Clyst Wicon, Charter, 17 1932-33 58
Cnaresburc,   14 1926-27 14, 348
Coach routes,   36 1987-91 336
Coach Travel, Exeter to London, 1800, 1 1900-01 104
Coaches, Oxen used for, 15 1928-29 127
Coaches, Stage, 27 1956-58 335
Coaching days, St.Sidwell's parish, 15 1928-29 324
Coade, Family, 32 1971-73 220
Coade, Family, 33 1974-77 26, 226
Coal, Advertisement in Exeter Journal, 1754, 1 1900-01 204
Coal, Devonshire, In ?, 7 1912-13 57
Coal, Existence in Devon, 9 1916-17 99
Coastguard, Land and buildings for, 37 1992-96 256
Coat of Arms, Rowe of Torleven, 12 1922-23 59
Coats of Arms,   27 1956-58 187, 219, 246
Cob, Houses, 23 1947-49 267, 324
Cob, Walls, 10 1918-19 264
Cobbett of the West (Thomas Latimer),   35 1982-86 257
Cobeleia, place-name, 17 1932-33 61
Coblegh family,   26 1954-55 149
Cobleigh (Cobley) family,   32 1971-73 148, 218
Cobleigh Family, Brightleigh, Of, 1 1900-01 210, 244,
Cobley, Uncle Tom, 22 1942-46 281
Cochiswill, Beer, 14 1926-27 297
Cock Pit, Truro, 7 1912-13 129
Cock, M.F., 15 1928-29 105
Cocke, Arthur,   35 1982-86 133
Cock-fighting, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 195
Cock-fighting,   11 1920-21 262
Cockington, Manor, 33 1974-77 109
Cockington,   22 1942-46 273
Cocks (Cick, Cox), Capt.William, d.1588,Plymouth and the Armada, 5 1908-09 165
Cocktree, South Tawton, Origins, 1 1900-01 103, 151,
Cockworthy,   12 1922-23 294
Codner, Family, 34 1978-81 133
Codner, Samuel, 13 1924-25 196, 265
Coffin Lid, Kingswear, 20 1938-39 73
Coffin Lid, St.Stephen's-by-Saltash, 20 1938-39 385
Coffin Lid, St.Stephens-by-Saltash, 21 1940-41 39
Coffin Tree Cross,   26 1954-55 221
Coffin, Richard of Portledge, 23 1947-49 33
Coffin, Tristram, Brixton 1641, 3 1904-05 103
Coffin, Tristram, Of Brixton, Emigrant to America, 1641, 2 1902-03 142
Coffin,, Family of New England, 16 1930-31 131
Coffin-stools, Branscombe, at, 17 1932-33 267
Coffinswell, Armorial Bearings in church, 3 1904-05 36, 95
Cogs (ships),   13 1924-25 273
Coin, Early in cob wall, 11 1920-21 14
Coin, Roman in Exeter, 13 1924-25 345
Coin, Silver, from Lifton, 13 1924-25 159, 210
Coinage Controllers, Devon and Cornwall, 15th century, 2 1902-03 40
Coinage Hall, Great of Lostwithiel, 7 1912-13 225
Coinage, copper token of Cornwall, 13 1924-25 246
Coins, Anglo-Saxon from Totnes Mint, 2 1902-03 86
Coins, Found, 16 1930-31 259
Coins, Portuguese coims in the West of England, 11 1920-21 253
Coke, Associated Families, 22 1942-46 215
Coke, Of Thorne in Ottery St. Mary, 22 1942-46 191
Cokematon,   22 1942-46 273
Colan of Colan,   12 1922-23 295
Colan, Arms, 20 1938-39 182
Colaton Raleigh,   13 1924-25 346
Colaton Raleigh, Silver Patten in Church, 1 1900-01 73,
Coldharbour,   25 1952-53 76
Cole, John, will of, 1532, 29 1962-64 69
Cole, John and Thomas of Slade 1515 12 1922-23 7
Colebrook, Church, 20 1938-39 270
Colebrook, Ford, 16 1930-31 3
Colenso, Bibliography, Additions to Bishop, 7 1912-13 175
Colenso, Bishop, 16 1930-31 161
Colenso, Family, 25 1952-53 22, 54
Colenso, Manor, 27 1956-58 52
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 22 1942-46 198
Coleridgeana,   16 1930-31 132
Coleridgeiana,   20 1938-39 137
Colet, Richard, Commissioner, 1505, 8 1914-15 175
Coleton, Chapel, Kingswear, 13 1924-25 300
Coleton, St.Michael's church, 13 1924-25 99
Collaton St.Mary,   17 1932-33 107
Colliepriest, Ford, 14 1926-27 157
Colliepriest, Tiverton, 2 1902-03 164, 221, 251,
Collier, Mrs. Ann, 26 1954-55 88
Collins, Arthur, birthplace of, 9 1916-17 69, 115
Collins, Musbury Church stone, for, 10 1918-19 64
Collins, Rev.John, d.1729, 10 1918-19 126
Collins, William, 32 1971-73 217
Colliton, Sir John, garden in Exmouth, 11 1920-21 146
Colliton, Sir John, Exmouth, 11 1920-21 260
Collumpton Church,   22 1942-46 223
Colperra Day at the Lizard,   35 1982-86 125
Colpole,   15 1928-29 9
Colyford, Mace of the Borough, 8 1914-15 113
Colyn, John, 14 1926-27 32
Colyon, Wall Painting in Feoffee Chamber, 10 1918-19 161
Colyton Church, Coffin-shaped Gravestone, 4 1906-07 141
Colyton Church, Courtenay Tomb, 5 1908-09 33
Colyton Church, Joseph Chapman's Memorial Inscrirption, 4 1906-07 198
Colyton Church, Pole Monument, 9 1916-17 1
Colyton Church, Register Extracts, 5 1908-09 213
Colyton Church, Yonge Coffin Plates, 5 1908-09 129
Colyton Register Entries, Term 'Sanctuary', 4 1906-07 216
Colyton, Dr.Ellis Veryard of, 10 1918-19 219, 269,
Colyton, Floyer family, 6 1910-11 106
Colyton, George Rhodes, Vicar of, 5 1908-09 11
Colyton, Heraldry of, 5 1908-09 29
Colyton, Howberhayne, Reminiscences of, 2 1902-03 174
Colyton, John Anstis MS., 4 1906-07 191
Colyton, Marriages in Exeter Cathedral, 5 1908-09 89, 119,
Colyton, Parsonage, 5 1908-09 288
Colyton, Rev.Anstis, Vicar of, 4 1906-07 13, 15,
Colyton, Rev.George Anstis, 3 1904-05 238
Colyton, The Great House, 9 1916-17 199
Colyton, Thomas Brerewode, Vicar, 6 1910-11 129
Colyton, Yonge family, 6 1910-11 127
Colyton,   28 1959-61 111
Colyton,   29 1962-64 147
Colyton,   32 1971-73 48, 71, 110
Colyton,   26 1954-55 52
Colyton,   25 1952-53 74
Colyton,   22 1942-46 175
Colyton,   20 1938-39 122
Colyton,   18 1934-35 370
Colyton,   15 1928-29 126
Combe Martin, Hemp growing, 36 1987-91 110
Combe Martin, Mint at, 11 1920-21 198
Combe Martin, Mint, 12 1922-23 208
Combe Martin, Silver Mine at, 30 1965-67 208
Combe Martin, Silver, 9 1916-17 128
Combe Martin, Thomas Bushel and Mines, 10 1918-19 34, 127
Combe Martin, Turnpike, 22 1942-46 117
Combe Pyne,   20 1938-39 278
Combe Pyne,   21 1940-41 201
Combe Raleigh,   16 1930-31 259
Combe Raleigh,   14 1926-27 22
Combe Raleigh,   21 1940-41 201
Combeinteignhead,   32 1971-73 240
Combeinteignhead,   35 1982-86 35, 74
Combe-in-Teignhead, Location of Jower Netherton, 1 1900-01 79
Combemartin, Family, 11 1920-21 94
Combemartin, Silver, 11 1920-21 164
Combemartin, Silver, 11 1920-21 206
Comberew, Almshouses, 18 1934-35 218
Combpyne churchyard,   14 1926-27 265
Commin, James George, In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 129
Commissioners, Restoration, 13 1924-25 314
Commons of Devon, Exclusion of Barnstaple and Totnes, 1 1900-01 80, 119, 133,
Commonwealth, Deed, 14 1926-27 293, 363
Communion Table Furnishings, 18th century Cornwall, 23 1947-49 112
Companies (Limited),   33 1974-77 313
Compliments, County versions, 7 1912-13 200, 250,
Compton Castle,   20 1938-39 273
Compton Castle,   3 1904-05 209
Compton,   27 1956-58 53
Conan, Bishop, 15 1928-29 78
Conant, Family, 27 1956-58 335
Conant, Roger, 17 1932-33 132
Condy's Ecclesiastical Remains,   36 1987-91 71
Confession, Of Robert Alliston at Tiverton, 30 1965-67 259
Congregational, Church at Sidmouth, 30 1965-67 203
Congregationalists, Tiverton, 1661, 29 1962-64 60
Congregationalists,   12 1922-23 344
Congress, Celtic, Prehistoric and Protohistoric, 17 1932-33 98
Conjurer, Devon, 33 1974-77 247
Connock, Joan, 14 1926-27 221
Connock's Hawk,   31 1968-70 224
Consecration Crosses,   17 1932-33 54
Conventicle, Membury, at, 17 1932-33 375
Conventicle, Membury at, 16 1930-31 319
Conventual Houses of Exeter,   3 1904-05 129-150, 186, 189, 191, 192, 218, 219,
Conveyances, peculiar clauses in, 14 1926-27 59
Convicts, Deportment of, 1784, 1 1900-01 244
Conybeare, and Howson, 20 1938-39 78
Coode, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Coode, Family, 32 1971-73 22
Cook, Samuel, Water Colourist, 1806-59, 1 1900-01 161
Cooke or Coke, Family, 16 1930-31 172
Cooke, Family, 28 1959-61 160
Coomberies, Place-name element, 12 1922-23 167
Coomberies,   12 1922-23 260
Cooper, John (Diary), 18 1934-35 318
Cooperage, Ancient Craft of, 19 1936-37 242
Co-operative experience, Exeter and Devon, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Cope, 13th century, 24 1950-51 98
Cope, Johnny, 15 1928-29 291, 370
Copelan-stan,   18 1934-35 112
Copenhagen,   20 1938-39 42
Copenhagen,   19 1936-37 365
Copleston and Bradford families,   2 1902-03 144, 247, 249,
Copleston, Bishop, Letter to, c.1801, 2 1902-03 182
Copleston, Family, 10 1918-19 80
Copleston, Family, 10 1918-19 182
Copleston, Family, 9 1916-17 217, 254,
Copleston, J.G., 14 1926-27 174
Copleston, Reading-desk 20 1938-39 270
Copleston, Rev. John, 20 1938-39 272
Coplestone, Anthony, 37 1992-96 129
Coplestone,   20 1938-39 208
Coplestons, The Early, 20 1938-39 51
Copper mining,   29 1962-64 30
Copplestone, Charter, 17 1932-33 322
Copplestone, Family, 3 1904-05 94
Corbyn, Le Yreis, 15 1928-29 64
Corbyn, Le Yreis, 14 1926-27 99, 199, 264
Corn, Export in 1735, 14 1926-27 180
Cornish, Anglicised Name, 23 1947-49 179
Cornish, Clocks, Clockmakers, 29 1962-64 93
Cornish, Crosses, 30 1965-67 1, 65, 121, 125, 129
Cornish, Acre, 17 1932-33 317
Cornish, Acre, 18 1934-35 132
Cornish, Banks and Bank Notes, 25 1952-53 52
Cornish, Banks and Bank Notes, 24 1950-51 183
Cornish, Canals, 26 1954-55 53
Cornish, Clergy in 1645, 10 1918-19 306
Cornish, Coast watch against Napoleon, 25 1952-53 48
Cornish, Cookery, 25 1952-53 171
Cornish, Cross in Portugal, 30 1965-67 166
Cornish, Crosses, 28 1959-61 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 196, 225, 241, 273
Cornish, Crosses, 27 1956-58 1, 33, 65, 81, 93, 97, 129, 161, 193, 257
Cornish, Crosses, 29 1962-64 1, 35, 97, 129, 209, 273, 289
Cornish, Crosses, 31 1968-70 10
Cornish, Crosses, 26 1954-55 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225
Cornish, Crosses, 25 1952-53 1, 29, 57, 85, 109, 113, 145, 177, 209
Cornish, Crosses, 24 1950-51 105, 137, 190, 217
Cornish, Cures, 31 1968-70 153, 250
Cornish, Engineers, Hornblowers, The, 11 1920-21 10
Cornish, Family of S. Devon, 3 1904-05 23
Cornish, Family of tin-bounders 28 1959-61 209, 229
Cornish, Farm houses, 31 1968-70 227
Cornish, Farmer, retirement of, 28 1959-61 25
Cornish, Folk-Lore, Piskies, 7 1912-13 113
Cornish, For Beginners, 29 1962-64 128
Cornish, Immigrants (1828-1832), 30 1965-67 317
Cornish, Insularity, 31 1968-70 153
Cornish, Jury, 25 1952-53 24
Cornish, Language, dialect derived from, 12 1922-23 36, 47,
Cornish, Legend, The Devil's leap, 12 1922-23 30
Cornish, Medicine, 24 1950-51 143
Cornish, Methodism, 30 1965-67 28, 30, 64, 201, 202, 206, 254, 287
Cornish, Methodist Studies 28 1959-61 183
Cornish, Methodists, 29 1962-64 62, 94, 159, 240
Cornish, Miners' Petition to Queen Victoria, 26 1954-55 58
Cornish, Miners, 25 1952-53 18
Cornish, Mines, 29 1962-64 31, 126, 160
Cornish, Mining areas, 31 1968-70 135
Cornish, Mrs.Samuel, 18 1934-35 277
Cornish, Names, misreading of, 18 1934-35 270
Cornish, Of Salcombe, 18 1934-35 159
Cornish, Ports, 25 1952-53 139
Cornish, Printing, 11 1920-21 138
Cornish, Printing, Penheale press, 11 1920-21 69
Cornish, Rectories, 19 1936-37 11
Cornish, Rhyme, 27 1956-58 187, 220, 248
Cornish, Rhyme, 29 1962-64 30
Cornish, Rounds or Playing Pieces, 7 1912-13 172
Cornish, Royalist Family, 17th century, 25 1952-53 89
Cornish, Saints, 29 1962-64 125
Cornish, Sea Song, 12 1922-23 328
Cornish, Sea-words, 29 1962-64 288
Cornish, Stone Circle, 19 1936-37 354
Cornish, Tide-mills, 31 1968-70 246
Cornish, Two Boundaries, 29 1962-64 27
Cornish, Volunteers 28 1959-61 10, 46, 77, 94, 166
Cornish, Volunteers in the 19th Century (1803-1808), 30 1965-67 172
Cornish, Volunteers, 27 1956-58 135, 229, 326
Cornish, Worthies, Ascending Pedigrees, 25 1952-53 51
Cornwall, Archdeaconry 14 1926-27 22
Cornwall, Arms of, 21 1940-41 314
Cornwall, Beacons, 35 1982-86 233
Cornwall, Beam engine, 36 1987-91 184
Cornwall, Castle of, 18 1934-35 76, 184
Cornwall, Chapels, 32 1971-73 7, 144, 145, 275, 276
Cornwall, China Clay Industry, 22 1942-46 251
Cornwall, Church advowsons, 37 1992-96 336
Cornwall, Churches, 33 1974-77 65
Cornwall, Consonant mutations in, 32 1971-73 152
Cornwall, Country life in, sixty years ago, 24 1950-51 120
Cornwall, County historians, 35 1982-86 41
Cornwall, Creation of the Duchy, 1337, 10 1918-19 135-144, 260
Cornwall, Crosses, 36 1987-91 324
Cornwall, Cures in, 32 1971-73 20
Cornwall, Cures, 34 1978-81 167
Cornwall, Deeds, 21 1940-41 41
Cornwall, Development of, 36 1987-91 9
Cornwall, Devon and, a Frenchman's impressions of,1706, 22 1942-46 172, 183
Cornwall, Documents, queries,from, 36 1987-91 140
Cornwall, Domesday manors, 12 1922-23 135
Cornwall, Drawings of, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Cornwall, Duchy of, 10 1918-19 299
Cornwall, Duchy of, Manors, 29 1962-64 161, 196, 214, 241, 276
Cornwall, Early Football in, 11 1920-21 4
Cornwall, Earthwork, (Giant's Hedge), 37 1992-96 314
Cornwall, Education in, 32 1971-73 225, 257
Cornwall, Education in, 33 1974-77 3, 196, 243, 295
Cornwall, Election, 1744, 29 1962-64 14
Cornwall, Emigration from, 37 1992-96 303
Cornwall, Emigration, 34 1978-81 184
Cornwall, Emigration, 19th century, 36 1987-91 5
Cornwall, Enclosure Awards, 21 1940-41 292
Cornwall, Folk songs, 36 1987-91 37, 70
Cornwall, Fortifications, 21 1940-41 162
Cornwall, Goldsmiths, 37 1992-96 297
Cornwall, Harbours, 29 1962-64 269
Cornwall, Holy Wells in, 22 1942-46 28, 65
Cornwall, Holy Wells in, 21 1940-41 270, 307
Cornwall, Hundreds of, 12 1922-23 325
Cornwall, Hundreds, 12 1922-23 357
Cornwall, Hurling in, 11 1920-21 4
Cornwall, Limited Companies, 33 1974-77 313
Cornwall, Literary institutes in, 32 1971-73 135, 163
Cornwall, Maps, 32 1971-73 33
Cornwall, Medieval Vine Culture in, 21 1940-41 130, 177, 179, 215, 216, 281
Cornwall, Methodism, 34 1978-81 40
Cornwall, Miners' Petition, 36 1987-91 204
Cornwall, Mining in, 8 1914-15 131
Cornwall, Names for cow-house in, 31 1968-70 52
Cornwall, Names of the Hundreds of, 30 1965-67 36
Cornwall, Names, 33 1974-77 175, 211, 249, 352
Cornwall, Old Bell Customs, 11 1920-21 220
Cornwall, Old Families of, 11 1920-21 60
Cornwall, Oxford University Extension, 34 1978-81 19
Cornwall, Paper-mills, 24 1950-51 121
Cornwall, Parliamentary returns, 32 1971-73 171
Cornwall, Phoenicians in, 19 1936-37 142
Cornwall, Ports, 29 1962-64 270
Cornwall, Pre-Conquest bishops, 35 1982-86 1
Cornwall, Proposals for maps, 34 1978-81 89
Cornwall, Protestation returns, 32 1971-73 217
Cornwall, Railways, 29 1962-64 269
Cornwall, Richard of, 17 1932-33 266
Cornwall, Ridge and furrow, 24 1950-51 3, 132
Cornwall, Saints of, 30 1965-67 26, 176
Cornwall, Sheriff of, illiterate, 1749, 19 1936-37 367
Cornwall, Slate shipping trade, 34 1978-81 29
Cornwall, Steatite, Industry of, 22 1942-46 247
Cornwall, Streams, 34 1978-81 39
Cornwall, Submission of East, 18 1934-35 355
Cornwall, Superstitions, 32 1971-73 20, 84
Cornwall, Superstitions, 33 1974-77 312
Cornwall, Surnames, 32 1971-73 113
Cornwall, Tanning Industry, 25 1952-53 109
Cornwall, Tidemills, 32 1971-73 1
Cornwall, West Field Club, 19 1936-37 357
Cornwall, West, place-names, 24 1950-51 127
Cornwall, Windmills in, 31 1968-70 56
Cornwall,   29 1962-64 60
Cornwood, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 303
Cornwood,   17 1932-33 127
Cornworthiad, Poem relating to Cornworthy family, 11 1920-21 152
Cornysshe, Thomas, Vow of a hermit, 1450 10 1918-19 83
Coronation Day 1838,   23 1947-49 396
Coronation Poem, Queen Victoria, Bovey tracey, 9 1916-17 2
Coroners, Medieval, 18 1934-35 310
Corporation MSS, East Looe, 21 1940-41 88, 129, 136, 228
Cory, Lt.Col. Penfound c.1645, 30 1965-67 41, 124
Cory, French and Sanders families,   6 1910-11 69
Coryton, Phillippa, 18 1934-35 355
Cosserat, Family, 12 1922-23 338
Coswarth, Family, 32 1971-73 184
Coswarth, The name, 33 1974-77 25
Cosway, Tomb of, 18 1934-35 114
Cot, Place-name suffix, 3 1904-05 57
Cotehele, Folly, 27 1956-58 311
Cotehele,   29 1962-64 237
Cotehele, Maps of Morden Mylles, 35 1982-86 165, 182-3
Cotele family,   14 1926-27 250
Coteleforde of Cotelesforde,   11 1920-21 150, 202
Cotleigh, Fry family, 10 1918-19 176
Cottage, Building Custom, 14 1926-27 62
Cottage, Building Customs, 32 1971-73 24
Cottell, Arms of, Exeter, 1 1900-01 103, 152,
Cottell, John, Mayor of Exeter, 15th century, 4 1906-07 242
Cotterell family,   13 1924-25 208
Cotton and Savery families,   12 1922-23 175
Couch, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Couch, Arthur T.Q., 29 1962-64 205
Couch, Dr. Jonathan, 34 1978-81 341
Couch, Jonathan, 26 1954-55 54
Council, Of the West, 31 1968-70 149
Countess of Devon, Margaret, 1382, 5 1908-09 209
Countess of Huntingdon's Connection,   16 1930-31 339
Countess Wear, Topsham, 22 1942-46 151
County, Arms, Right to bear, 12 1922-23 50
County, Arms, 12 1922-23 133
County, Boundary, Devon and Cornwall, 15 1928-29 270
County, Courts, (Devon), 14 1926-27 110
County, Courts, Cornwall, in, 13 1924-25 119
County, Courts, Devon, 13 1924-25 171, 187
Courci, William de, 25 1952-53 124
Court of Requests, Proceedings of, 15th century, Holne Manor, 6 1910-11 118
Court Rolls, Bishops Clyst, 34 1978-81 99
Court Rolls, Blackawton, 21 1940-41 172
Courtenay, And Champernown Families, 9 1916-17  
Courtenay, Arms, 4 1906-07 267
Courtenay, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 28
Courtenay, Arms, Devon and Exeter Institution, At, 7 1912-13 268
Courtenay, Arms, Tiverton, 2 1902-03 60, 319
Courtenay, chapel at Tiverton, 14 1926-27 81, 208,
Courtenay, Dame Joan of Ashton, 12 1922-23 160
Courtenay, Dame Joan, 18 1934-35 346
Courtenay, Decoymen, 18th century, 36 1987-91 340
Courtenay, Edward, 31 1968-70 225, 281
Courtenay, Family, 25 50 88
Courtenay, Family, 17 1932-33 191
Courtenay, Family, 30 1965-67 118
Courtenay, Family, 37 1992-96 328
Courtenay, Family, 14 1926-27 103, 163
Courtenay, Hugh de I.P.M., 18 1934-35 114, 161, 202
Courtenay, John 13 1924-25 179
Courtenay, Monuments, Sheviock Church, 2 1902-03 37
Courtenay, Monuments, Sheviock Church, 1 1900-01 246
Courtenay, Motto of, 4 1906-07 64, 95,
Courtenay, Of Molland, 20 1938-39 377
Courtenay, Sir Peter de, 31 1968-70 62
Courtenay, Sir Phillip, 16 1930-31 121
Courtenay, Sir William, Letter to Gilbert Yarde, 1674, 2 1902-03 6
Courtenay, Tomb, Colyton Church, 5 1908-09 33
Courteney, Arms, 19 1936-37 82
Courteney, Edward, 35 1982-86 151, 189, 219, 258, 302
Courtice, John, 13 1924-25 75
Courtland or Cutland, Family of Kingsbridge, 3 1904-05 15
Courtney, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Courts Leet, Alwington, 21 1940-41 117, 180
Courts Leet, Monkleigh, 21 1940-41 117, 180
Courture, Manor and Family, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Cousins, Samuel, 10 1918-19 90
Cousins, Samuel, Artist b.1801 Exeter, 5 1908-09 1
Coutances, Walter de, 11 1920-21 249
Coverdale, Miles, Paignton, 19 1936-37 127
Coverdale, Miles, Letters of Appointment, 1551 10 1918-19 293
Co-Wardenship., Recorded in Plymouth, 5 1908-09 223
Cowdham, Caleb, 17 1932-33 231, 272
Cowdham, Caleb, 14 1926-27 103
Cowhouse, names for, 31 1968-70 52
Cowick Barton,   11 1920-21 126
Cowick Priory, Exeter, 35 1982-86 321, 383
Cowick,   18 1934-35 242
Cowl, Richard, 35 1982-86 338
Cowley, Exeter, 19 1936-37 58
Cowley, Hannah, 26 1954-55 106
Cowley,   17 1932-33 61
Cowling, Surname, 30 1965-67 196
Cox, Axminster, 20 1938-39 31, 77
Cox, Colyton, 20 1938-39 172
Cox, Families of the West of England, 22 1942-46 297, 327
Cox, Farway, 20 1938-39 172
Cox, Honiton, 20 1938-39 31, 77
Cox, Sidbury, 20 1938-39 31
Coxe, alias Coke(s), origin of the family of 22 1942-46 175
Coxhead, Articles in 'Pulman's Weekly News', 28 1959-61 119
Coynage Beam, Beam and Scales, 7 1912-13 110, 134,
Crabtree, Limeworks, 31 1968-70 199
Crafthole,   27 1956-58 107
Crailey, or Crayley, 21 1940-41 207, 280, 281
Cranch, John, Kingsbridge, b. 1791, Artist, 1 1900-01 193
Cranmer's Cupboard, Wear Giffard, 11 1920-21 252
Craspesiorum, What fish ? 11 1920-21 149
Crediton, And Chudleigh Turnpike Trust, 36 1987-91 369
Crediton, Armorial book binding in Church, 29 1962-64 67
Crediton, Bowder Hill Chapel, 12 1922-23 157
Crediton, Charter Constituting Board of Governors, 5 1908-09 179-200,
Crediton, Church, books at, 15 1928-29 274
Crediton, Church, inventory of goods, 32 1971-73 15
Crediton, Church, Northcott Tomb, 10 1918-19 218
Crediton, Early Charters of, 8 1914-15 112
Crediton, Early Charters of, 7 1912-13 184, 184-200, 267,
Crediton, Fairs, 15 1928-29 125
Crediton, Fire of 1743, 4 1906-07 83, 113, 144,
Crediton, Grammar School, 14 1926-27 91
Crediton, Headstone of 1830 10 1918-19 270
Crediton, Kerton, 14 1926-27 276, 315
Crediton, Notes on Old, 21 1940-41 30
Crediton, Relics of Fairfax's Army, 6 1910-11 241
Crediton, Underground passages, 18 1934-35 264
Crediton,   28 1959-61 148
Crediton,   33 1974-77 306
Crediton,   20 1938-39 309, 388
Crediton,   15 1928-29 15
Crediton,   13 1924-25 322
Cresset Stones,   23 1947-49 348
Cresswell, Miss B.F., Memoir of, 21 1940-41 49
Crest, Hodder, 14 1926-27 58
Cricket, Oldeswt Club House, 12 1922-23 347
Cricket,   37 1992-96 218
Criffle, Family, 27 1956-58 107
Crime and punishment, Game and fishery offences, 37 1992-96 47
Criss-Cross, Place-name, 11 1920-21 106
Croc, Alice, 18 1934-35 277
Crocker, Family, 25 1952-53 22
Crocker, Lyneham, 14 1926-27 30, 74
Crocus, Saffron, 36 1987-91 39
Cromwell's Cutting, Place-name, 17 1932-33 320
Crop returns,   32 1971-73 197
Cross (?), Between Portwrinkle and Downderry, 20 1938-39 84, 140
Cross (?), Churchyard at Plympton, 1 1900-01 209
Cross (?), Churchyard, Shobrooke, 27 1956-58 10
Cross, Compton Castle, 20 1938-39 273
Cross, Cornish in Portugal, 30 1965-67 166
Cross, Cross from Murchington, 2 1902-03 107
Cross, Great Torrington, 19 1936-37 146
Cross, Hanger Farm, Cornwood, 12 1922-23 31
Cross, Hudscott, 20 1938-39 83
Cross, John, 14 1926-27 82, 115
Cross, Kingsnympton, 21 1940-41 129
Cross, Little John's, 20 1938-39 39, 88, 137
Cross, Market, Penzance, 7 1912-13 48
Cross, Rippon Tor 4 1906-07 10
Cross, Rippon Tor, 3 1904-05 177
Cross, Scarlet's, Exeter, 21 1940-41 166
Cross, Shaft, Haldon, 27 1956-58 312
Cross, Shillingford St.George, 21 1940-41 267
Cross, Six-mile hill, 14 1926-27 172
Cross, Starcross, 20 1938-39 323
Cross, Stone, Moretonhampstead, 2 1902-03 57
Cross, Tin, from Egypt, 29 1962-64 88
Cross, Walkhampton, 14 1926-27 8, 74
Cross, Wallaton, East Allington, 29 1962-64 39
Cross-base, Ashburton, 20 1938-39 278
Cross-base, Bodmin Moor, 22 1942-46 1
Cross-base, Crediton, 20 1938-39 309, 388
Cross-base, Stumpy', Sheviock, 22 1942-46 275
Cross-base, Trewint, 20 1938-39 221, 327
Crosse, Family, 26 1954-55 150
Crosse, Friars of Exeter, 1500, 6 1910-11 90, 107
Crosse, Richard, 20 1938-39 35, 92, 93, 94
Crosse, Richard, painter of miniatures, 9 1916-17 223
Crosses, Ancient Stone of Exeter, 21 1940-41 36, 68
Crosses, Ancient, 13 1924-25 3, 106, 251, 252, 345, 373
Crosses, Anglo-Saxin, 19 1936-37 177, 224
Crosses, At Ashburton, 17 1932-33 357
Crosses, Cholwich Town, 17 1932-33 44
Crosses, Churchyard, Denbury, 15 1928-29 23
Crosses, Churchyard, Twitchen, 5 1908-09 94
Crosses, Cornish, 29 1962-64 1, 35, 97, 129, 209, 273, 289
Crosses, Cornish, 30 1965-67 1, 65, 121, 125, 129
Crosses, Cornish, 36 1987-91 324
Crosses, Cornish, 27 1956-58 1, 33, 65, 81, 93, 97, 129, 161, 193, 257
Crosses, Cornish, 26 1954-55 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225
Crosses, Cornish, 25 1952-53 1, 29, 57, 85, 109, 113, 145, 177, 209
Crosses, Cornish, 24 1950-51 105, 137, 190, 201, 217
Crosses, Devon, 20 1938-39 179, 234
Crosses, Granite at Kingskerswell, 10 1918-19 209
Crosses, Granite at Kingskerswell, 10 1918-19 252
Crosses, Near Plymouth, 19 1936-37 313
Crosses, North Bovey, 2 1902-03 71
Crosses, Sanctuary, 15 1928-29 196
Crosses, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 1 to 9
Crosses, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 42
Crosses, Shaft, Roseash, 15 1928-29 352
Crosses, St.Michael's Mount, at, 10 1918-19 307
Crosses, Stone, North Bovey, 1 1900-01 65
Crosses, Stump, near Denbury, 15 1928-29 22
Crosses, Wayside, Chittlehampton, 5 1908-09 17
Cross-head, Breage, 23 1947-49 78
Cross-head, Carved, St.Kew, Cornwall, 12 1922-23 31
Cross-shaft, Early Chrsitian, 7 1912-13 65
Crowan,   27 1956-58 250
Crownhill Fort, Plymouth, stables, 36 1987-91 70
Crownland, Fok or Book Land, 2 1902-03 127
Crowther, Mr., 24 1950-51 156
Croyde, Georgeham and, History of, 30 1965-67 144
Cruce, Thomas de, 13 1924-25 186
Crucifix, Chulmleigh Church wall, 12 1922-23 110
Crudge, John and William of Exeter,recorded in Warwick, 2 1902-03 255
Cruft, Family, 7 1912-13 215
Cruso, Family, 15 1928-29 77
Cruwes, MS, Bronescombe Register, 8 1914-15 23, 59,
Cruwys Morchard, Melhuish of CM, Manor Court Roll 20 1938-39 178, 237
Cruwys Morchard, Civil War and Royalist Rising, 1655, 19 1936-37 144
Cruwys Morchard, Neighbouring Parishes, Civil War, 19 1936-37 229
Cruwys, John (Diary), 18 1934-35 259
Cruwys, Family, [Cruwys of Morchard and East Anstey] 13 1924-25 134
Cruwys, Morchard, 18 1934-35 259
Cruwys, Morchard, earthwork in, 21 1940-41 164
Cruwys, Mrs. M.C.S., a memoir, 31 1968-70 33
Crying the Neck,   19 1936-37 152
Crymes arms,   13 1924-25 318
Cuates of Week St.Mary,   34 1978-81 274
Cuckoo,   18 1934-35 279
Cuckoo, Date of Last, 1 1900-01 35
Cudmore, Family, 20 1938-39 132
Culling family,   24 1950-51 19, 98, 102
Culling family,   23 1947-49 262, 293, 318, 346
Cullompton Church, Decorations, 36 1987-91 35
Cullompton Church, Moore's Aisle, 36 1987-91 214
Cullompton, Alternative names for, 34 1978-81 213
Cullompton, Cumb element in Placenames, 19 1936-37 352
Cullompton, Five Prebends of, 19 1936-37 139
Cullompton, Goods of Charles II at, 8 1914-15 7
Cullompton, Half timber houses, 17 1932-33 42
Cullompton, Lease of land at Colompton 1566, 9 1916-17 44
Cullompton, Market cross, 17 1932-33 177
Cullompton, Tudor Merchants, 2 1902-03 41-56
Cullompton, Vicar, 17 1932-33 367
Cullompton, Worthy, 19 1936-37 132
Cullompton,   35 1982-86 201, 264
Cullompton,   15 1928-29 123, 373
Cullompton,   13 1924-25 293
Culme, Family, 23 1947-49 122
Culmstock, Marriages, 14 1926-27 278
Culmstock, Hagioscope at All Saints Church, 7 1912-13 49
Culmstock, Open field cultivation, 32 1971-73 161
Cuming, High, Collection of, 6 1910-11 80
Cumply Garret,   18 1934-35 220
Cunningham, Family ofOkehampton, 3 1904-05 254
Cunningham, Family ofOkehampton, 2 1902-03 37
Cures,   32 1971-73 20, 85, 153, 179, 253
Cures, St.Blazey, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 167
Curgenven, Family, 14 1926-27 56, 264
Currants, Zante in Devon, 15 1928-29 92
Custom of the Parish of Meavy, for Paying Tithe, 30 1965-67 18, 62
Customs, Church Payments, Galleyhapens, 1 1900-01 248
Customs, Cottage building, 32 1971-73 24
Customs, Curious, 26 1954-55 24
Customs, Devonshire, Killing the First Butterfly, 10 1918-19 207
Customs, Duties, 28 1959-61 246
Customs, Duties, 31 1968-70 84
Customs, Establishment, 15 1928-29 161, 205, 253
Customs, Plighting the troth, 34 1978-81 280
Customs, Skimmington Ride, 34 1978-81 290
Customs,   35 1982-86 125
Cutland, Eliot family Home, 2 1902-03 256
Cuttle, Captain Thomas, 1577, 9 1916-17 64
Cycling,   30 1965-67 21, 94
Cyder Jug, Devonshire, 10 1918-19 205, 266
Cyder, Fermentation of, 1 1900-01 144, 182,
Cynewulf and Cynebeard,   17 1932-33 216, 274, 276
Dabernon,   23 1947-49 182
Dabernoun, John, will of, 36 1987-91 176
Dagger, Armada, 22 1942-46 224
Daignton, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Dalwood,   20 1938-39 319
Dalwood,   19 1936-37 162, 168, 218, 228, 258, 262
Damarel, John, kt., 9d.1392), 35 1982-86 310
Damery, John, of South Molton, 10 1918-19 55, 94, 95, 96
Danby Harcourt Foundation,   13 1924-25 352
Daneys, Family of le, 18 1934-35 316
Daniell, George, Founder of the Madron School, 6 1910-11 74
Daphne or Dafny, Dialect, 15 1928-29 152, 252
Darracott, Family, 16 1930-31 87
Dart, Ralph, 20 1938-39 378
Dartington, Hall, Totnes, history of, 12 1922-23 82, 138
Dartington, Manor, Mid 16th Century, 30 1965-67 209
Dartington, Rector, 17 1932-33 59
Dartmoor, And Domesday Book, 30 1965-67 290
Dartmoor, Bibliography, 36 1987-91 297
Dartmoor, Boundary of the Forest on the NE, 30 1965-67 214, 284
Dartmoor, Clasiewell Pool, 12 1922-23 238
Dartmoor, Crosses and menhirs, 13 1924-25 373
Dartmoor, Devonport Leat and Nun's Cross Farm, 34 1978-81 103
Dartmoor, Entrance to the Underworld, 29 1962-64 6
Dartmoor, Essays, 30 1965-67 28
Dartmoor, Farm, 34 1978-81 146
Dartmoor, Forest Tithes, 5 1908-09 121
Dartmoor, Greenwell Down, 34 1978-81 27
Dartmoor, Grimspound, Etymology of, 10 1918-19 291
Dartmoor, Grouse on 11 1920-21 38
Dartmoor, Grouse on, 10 1918-19 305
Dartmoor, Manoeuvres on, pub. 1873, 6 1910-11 92
Dartmoor, Mining, 2 1902-03 225
Dartmoor, Notes on Young of 1797, 2 1902-03 223
Dartmoor, Peculiar Names recorded, 10 1918-19 175, 224
Dartmoor, Perambulation mark, 16 1930-31 261
Dartmoor, Rabbit warrens, 35 1982-86 295, 390, 391
Dartmoor, Sketches, 25 1952-53 204
Dartmoor, Stone rows, 16 1930-31 115, 199
Dartmoor, Tour on, 16 1930-31 215
Dartmoor, Trees on, 8 1914-15 174
Dartmoor, Views of, 36 1987-91 147
Dartmoor, Warrens, 34 1978-81 55, 97
Dartmoor,   30 1965-67 12
Dartmoor,   32 1971-73 159, 215, 216
Dartmoor,   33 1974-77 84, 102, 203, 229
Dartmoor,   37 1992-96 153
Dartmoor,   14 1926-27 104, 340
Dartmouth, And Charles I, 14 1926-27 157
Dartmouth, Archbishop's court, 14 1926-27 222
Dartmouth, Arms of, 6 1910-11 67
Dartmouth, Bayard's Cove, 24 1950-51 220
Dartmouth, Bookseller's Label, 1763, 1 1900-01 168
Dartmouth, Borough Lordship of, 1335-1537, 19 1936-37 247
Dartmouth, Chapel at Holywell 12 1922-23 186
Dartmouth, Dutch Before, 1666, 5 1908-09 148
Dartmouth, French Church, 12 1922-23 157
Dartmouth, Goldsmith of, 4 1906-07 149
Dartmouth, Memorial Brasses St.Petrock, 4 1906-07 65
Dartmouth, Notes on Old, 5 1908-09 169, 264, 280,
Dartmouth, Origin of Arms, of, 5 1908-09 137, 222,
Dartmouth, Poll tax, 35 1982-86 286
Dartmouth, Privateer Agreement 1779 7 1912-13 141, 148,
Dartmouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 130, 145, 162, 166
Dartmouth, Ships, 13 1924-25 273
Dartmouth, Vicars of, and Townstall, 6 1910-11 144
Dartmouth, William Arnold, emigrant 1587, 3 1904-05 64
Dartmouth, Wooden Effigy 1879, 5 1908-09 220
Dartmouth,   28 1959-61 187
Dartmouth,   29 1962-64 176
Dartmouth,   31 1968-70 84
Dartmouth,   33 1974-77 266
Dartmouth,   34 1978-81 245
Dartmouth,   23 1947-49 64, 199
Dartmouth,   21 1940-41 126
Dartmouth,   16 1930-31 177
Dartmouth,   15 1928-29 126, 337
Daumarle, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Daumarle, Family, 14 1926-27 205, 306
Daumarle, Isabella, 21 1940-41 306
Daumarle, Sir John, 32 1971-73 79
Davidson, James Bridge, In Memoriam, 2 1902-03 129
Davidstow,   31 1968-70 10
Davie family,   26 1954-55 62
Davie family,   25 1952-53 223
Davie, Charles, 14 1926-27 327
Davis, John, The Navigator and Fulford, 7 1912-13 116
Davy family, Great Torrington, 2 1902-03 9
Davy famly,   23 1947-49 139
Davy, Crest of, Sandford, 29 1962-64 39
Davy, Rev.Wm., 26 1954-55 177, 222
Davy, Rev.William, curate of Lustleigh, 10 1918-19 302
Dawlish,   28 1959-61 84
Dawlish, Names in, 31 1968-70 24
Dawlish,   21 1940-41 128
Dawlish,   13 1924-25 3, 49, 50
Dawnay, Family, 14 1926-27 185
Daynas, Of Land, 21 1940-41 269
De Berkeley, Family, 15 1928-29 27
De Cancia, Family, 15 1928-29 27
De Canta, Family, 15 1928-29 27
de la Marche, Jean Francois, bishop of St.Pol-de-leon, 35 1982-86 264
De La Tour,   10 1918-19 44
De La Tour, Family, 9 1916-17 203
De La Tour, Peter, Barnstaple 1705, 6 1910-11 172
De Lucy, Family, 15 1928-29 8
De Lucy, Family, 14 1926-27 251, 311
De Moelis (Mules), Family of Kingskerswell and Diptford, 7 1912-13 91
Deadman's Point, Derivation of, 6 1910-11 112
Deake, Place-name, 15 291  
Dean Prior,   17 1932-33 281
Dean Prior,   13 1924-25 56
Dean Prior, Boundaries, 11 1920-21 284
Dean, Early of Exeter, 10 1918-19 269, 316, 317
Deandon, Manor of, Cullompton, 6 1910-11 47
Deane, Family, 29 1962-64 147
Deanery House, Precentor's Mantlepiece, 12 1922-23 241
Deans, Early, in Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 43, 45, 77, 102, 302
Deans, Rural of Exeter Diocese, 8 1914-15 159
Death Club,   32 1971-73 65
Death, Weather at, 13 1924-25 261,, 307
Decoys,   36 1987-91 26, 88
Dedication of Churches, Exeter Diocese, 11 1920-21 163, 210
Deed of property,   35 1982-86 194
Deed, Newton Poppleford, 21 1940-41 206
Deeds, Bideford Corporation, 21 1940-41 87
Deeds, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 41
Deeds, Deposit of, 14 1926-27 8
Deeds, Exeter Corporation, 21 1940-41 41
Deeds, Somerset Corporation, 21 1940-41 41
Deer Park, George Parker of Plympton, 1 1900-01 15
Deer Parks,   13 1924-25 100
Defoe,   20 1938-39 137
Defoe, Daniel, 15 1928-29 27
Dell Seeds and Dell,   24 1950-51 45
Delves or Delve, Family, 23 1947-49 269
Denbury, Hill-top Monument, 11 1920-21 222
Denbury,   15 1928-29 22, 23
Denizens in 1436,   15 1928-29 236
Dennis (Dennys), Family, 17 1932-33 107, 169
Dennis, Family, 16 1930-31 98
Dennis, Robert, 18 1934-35 76
Dennys or Dennis, Family, 25 1952-53 7, 38, 66, 81, 96, 110, 174
Dennys, Family, 24 1950-51 142, 212, 222
Dennys, Nicholas, 27 1956-58 273
Dennys, Nicholas, 23 1947-49 116, 145
Dennys, Robert, of Manworthy, 22 1942-46 347
Dennys, Sir Thomas, 23 1947-49 46, 122
Dennys, Sir Thomas, 22 1942-46 280
Densham, Family, 24 1950-51 215
Deportment of Convicts, Exeter, 1784, 1 1900-01 244
Derneford, Arms of, 13 1924-25 56
Deske, Place-name, 16 1930-31 11
Devereaux, Family, Information asked for, 2 1902-03 202
Devick or Devyock, Family, 16 1930-31 246
Devil in Devonshire,   12 1922-23 197,265, 266
Devil Moving Stones,   2 1902-03 79
Devil, North Lew, at, 16 1930-31 184
Devil's Gold Ring, Term used about vines; caterpillars, 11 1920-21 144, 162
Devil's Leap, Cornish legend, 12 1922-23 30
Devon , Glee Club, 1 1900-01 120
Devon and Cornwall, A Preliminary Survey, 23 1947-49 216
Devon and Cornwall, China Clay Industry, 22 1942-46 251
Devon and Cornwall, Frenchman's Impressions of, 1706, 22 1942-46 172, 183
Devon Churches, Inscription in, 4 1906-07 23
Devon Churches, Low Side Windows, 10 1918-19 127
Devon Churches, Notes On, 3 1904-05 208
Devon Churches, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 65-80
Devon Clay, Tobacco Pipes, 9 1916-17 113
Devon Fine 1130,   26 1954-55 115
Devon Goldsmiths,   4 1906-07 88
Devon Goldsmiths, Totnes and Dartmouth, 4 1906-07 149
Devon Manors, Old, 12 1922-23 107
Devon Monument, St.Clement Danes Church, London, 11 1920-21 268, 305
Devon Parish Notes,   26 1954-55 101, 132
Devon Place Names, Dictionary of, 10 1918-19 60
Devon Sheriff's Account, William and Mary, 10 1918-19 273-88
Devon, Ancient Clocks in North, 12 1922-23 357
Devon, Apothecaries, 32 1971-73 39, 129
Devon, Artists, 27 1956-58 80
Devon, Assize Roll 1238, 21 1940-41 132
Devon, Banks, 21 1940-41 277, 325
Devon, Barnstaple, 27 1956-58 54
Devon, Beacons, 35 1982-86 233
Devon, Bellfounders, 21 1940-41 128
Devon, Boroughs, 24 1950-51 203
Devon, Bridges, Old, 21 1940-41 181
Devon, Cardinals, 20 1938-39 276
Devon, Church Dedications, 11 1920-21 210
Devon, Church dedications, 24 1950-51 225
Devon, Churches, Porch Fire places in, 21 1940-41 130
Devon, Church-houses, 31 1968-70 221
Devon, Civil War in, 31 1968-70 41, 63
Devon, Classical Scholars, 12 1922-23 274
Devon, Classical Scholars, 12 1922-23 306
Devon, Co-operative experience in, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Devon, County historians, 35 1982-86 41
Devon, Crop returns, 32 1971-73 197
Devon, Cures, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Cures, 32 1971-73 85, 153, 179
Devon, Customs, 27 1956-58 256
Devon, Development of, 36 1987-91 9
Devon, Dialect words, territorail distribution of, 25 1952-53 187
Devon, Directing Posts with Text, 10 1918-19 222
Devon, Documents, 25 1952-53 18
Devon, Drama, 31 1968-70 154, 189
Devon, Drawings, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Devon, Early Brick Buildings, 11 1920-21 54
Devon, Early Headstones, 8 1914-15 59
Devon, Early Sheriffs of, 20 1938-39 58
Devon, East, 18th century farm, 36 1987-91 101
Devon, Election, 25 1952-53 62
Devon, Farmer's Notebook, 28 1959-61 119
Devon, Fauna, 21 1940-41 206
Devon, Fine No. 220, 21 1940-41 78
Devon, Fine, 22 1942-46 878, 28
Devon, Flax growing, 24 1950-51 41
Devon, Fortifications, 21 1940-41 162
Devon, French Names in, 10 1918-19 64
Devon, French Names in, 10 1918-19 158
Devon, Ghosts, Traditional, 30 1965-67 177
Devon, Great Consols, New Light on, 30 1965-67 183
Devon, Hearth Tax Returns, 24 1950-51 211
Devon, Hedgebank, 36 1987-91 301
Devon, Historic communities, 37 1992-96 133
Devon, History, materials for, 24 1950-51 64
Devon, Hut circle sites, 24 1950-51 14
Devon, Hymnology, 24 1950-51 214
Devon, Insularity, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Insularity, 32 1971-73 24
Devon, Inventories, 30 1965-67 288
Devon, Knights Hopsitallers, 21 1940-41 315
Devon, Knights Hospitallers in, 22 1942-46 35
Devon, Lace industry, 25 1952-53 106
Devon, Lacemakers' songs, 36 1987-91 255
Devon, Later History, 20 1938-39 220, 283
Devon, Leahs, 34 1978-81 313
Devon, Manors, Descent of, 20 1938-39 305
Devon, Manuscripts, 21 1940-41 30
Devon, Map of, 30 1965-67 174
Devon, Maps, 32 1971-73 33
Devon, Medieval Vine culture in, 21 1940-41 83, 130, 177, 179, 215, 216, 281
Devon, Members of Parliament, 31 1968-70 47
Devon, Men-of-War, 31 1968-70 141
Devon, Milles' Parochial Collections, 12 1922-23 162
Devon, Monumental brasses, 34 1978-81 57, 110, 248, 292, 336
Devon, Mural paintings in Churches, 12 1922-23 310
Devon, Names for cowhouse in, 31 1968-70 52
Devon, North, 27 1956-58 198
Devon, North, early prayer books 36 1987-91 345
Devon, Old Maps of, 20 1938-39 21
Devon, Old methods of baking in farmhouses, 12 1922-23 141
Devon, Or Devonshire, 20 1938-39 91
Devon, Paper-making in, 11 1920-21 33
Devon, Paper-making in, 8 1914-15 119
Devon, Paper-mills, 24 1950-51 221
Devon, Parish Notes, 27 1956-58 37, 144
Devon, Parliamentary returns, 32 1971-73 171
Devon, Place-names, 25 1952-53 34, 69
Devon, Politial demonstration in, 36 1987-91 105
Devon, Ports, 25 1952-53 139
Devon, Postal service, 36 1987-91 166
Devon, Private Ships of War, 36 1987-91 351
Devon, Proposals for maps, 34 1978-81 89
Devon, Protestation returns, 32 1971-73 217
Devon, Provincialisms, 24 1950-51 11, 61, 99
Devon, Radium Sources in, 21 1940-41 77
Devon, References, 22 1942-46 119
Devon, References, 21 1940-41 205
Devon, Ridge and furrow, 24 1950-51 3, 132
Devon, River names, 24 1950-51 19, 65, 97, 130
Devon, Riviera development, 35 1982-86 393
Devon, Schoolmasters, 31 1968-70 109, 187
Devon, Sepulchral Effigies, Notes on, 8 1914-15 37
Devon, Sessions Rolls, 1693, Hemyock Fire, 9 1916-17 156
Devon, Sheriffs of, 27 1956-58 168
Devon, Song games of children, 11 1920-21 50
Devon, Stained glass, 31 1968-70 112
Devon, Stannaries, 22 1942-46 121
Devon, Streams, 34 1978-81 39
Devon, Superstitions, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Superstitions, 32 1971-73 84
Devon, Surtees in, 21 1940-41 204
Devon, Tanning Industry, 25 1952-53 109
Devon, Tidemills, 31 1968-70 246
Devon, Tidemills, 32 1971-73 1
Devon, Tollhouses, 34 1978-81 61
Devon, Trinitarian Friars in, 36 1987-91 41
Devon, Unredeemed, 21 1940-41 316
Devon, Visit to, 31 1968-70 64
Devon, Watermills, 33 1974-77 13, 51, 80, 126, 170, 262, 304
Devon, Watermills, 34 1978-81 32, 75, 113, 139
Devon, Weather and Floods, 1608-1612, 20 1938-39 315
Devon, Windmills, 31 1968-70 56, 78
Devon, Windmills, 32 1971-73 105
Devon, Windmills, 34 1978-81 218
Devon, Wlls and inventories, 31 1968-70 182
Devon, Yeomanry, 32 1971-73 280
Devon, Yeomen in 1648, 22 1942-46 162
Devon-Cornwall Boundary,   23 1947-49 104
Devonian (modern), scientific study of, 17 1932-33 58
Devonian Year Book, 1944 22 1942-46 228
Devonian Year Book, 1946, 22 1942-46 375
Devonians, Peculiarities of, 20 1938-39 133
Devonport Leat, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 103
Devonport,   29 1962-64 113, 227
Devonport, Coat of Arms in Gun Wharf, 20 1938-39 254
Devonport, Ker Street, 34 1978-81 125
Devonport, St.Paul's Church Bell, 6 1910-11 73
Devonport,   16 1930-31 161
Devonshire, Churches, 26 1954-55 151
Devonshire, Clog making, 11 1920-21 94
Devonshire, Ancient demesne in, 22 1942-46 178
Devonshire, Bank, 15 1928-29 294
Devonshire, Bibliography, 23 1947-49 32
Devonshire, Bibliography, 19 1936-37 263
Devonshire, Dialogue, 22 1942-46 133, 180
Devonshire, Dialogue, 19 1936-37 75
Devonshire, Enclosure Acts, 22 1942-46 3, 81
Devonshire, Family of Georgian Times, 30 1965-67 295
Devonshire, First Newspaper, 9 1916-17 243
Devonshire, Gentleman's Estate, 1710, 28 1959-61 300
Devonshire, Gentry in Carolean Times, 23 1947-49 1, 94
Devonshire, Gentry in Carolean Times, 22 1942-46 317, 353
Devonshire, Herbalist, 19 1936-37 260
Devonshire, Holy Wells in, 21 1940-41 121, 178, 214
Devonshire, Lady Silvester's Tour Through, 1824, 30 1965-67 313
Devonshire, Lock-ups in, 21 1940-41 128
Devonshire, Magic, 19 1936-37 136
Devonshire, Man of Wit, 1727, 11 1920-21 280
Devonshire, Militia Mutiny at Plymouth, 1759, 19 1936-37 77
Devonshire, Occupation of land in, 21 1940-41 2
Devonshire, Old Home and Family, 19 1936-37 338
Devonshire, Old House and Family, 20 1938-39 44
Devonshire, Place-names, Dictionary of, 10 1918-19 32
Devonshire, Tour in Manuscript, 19 1936-37 263
Devonshire, Trade in early 18th century, 20 1938-39 151
Devonshire, Unpublished History, 1842, 3 1904-05 22
Devonshire, Usage of, 9 1916-17 17
Devonshire, Windmills in, 21 1940-41 127, 176
Devonshire, Wine, 10 1918-19 170, 217, 218, 267
Devonshire, Wool, 10 1918-19 290
Devonshire,   19 1936-37 137
Dewdney, Edgar, 15 1928-29 19, 20
Dewdney, Edgar, 14 1926-27 345
Dewdon,   5 1908-09 216
Dexter, T.F.G., 14 1926-27 158
Deynthouse, or Dunthouse, 21 1940-41 276
Dial, Scratch, 13 1924-25 166
Dial, Scratch, Bampton Church, 7 1912-13 209
Dialect Words, Cornwall, 26 1954-55 28
Dialect, Cornish, 11 1920-21 68
Dialect, Cornish, 11 1920-21 110
Dialect, Derivations from Cornish language, 12 1922-23 36, 130
Dialect, Devonian, preservation of, 17 1932-33 193
Dialect, Devonshire, 1 1900-01 43
Dialect, Earliest poem in Devon, 12 1922-23 233
Dialect, Inversion of consonants, 14 1926-27 63
Dialect, Jim and Nell, 14 1926-27 173
Dialect, The word 'Boycart', 37 1992-96 341
Dialect, The word 'wig', 37 1992-96 52
Dialect, West cOuntry, 12 1922-23 319
Dialect,   36 1987-91 193
Dialect,   23 1947-49 169, 171, 243, 281
Diary, Civil War, 29 1962-64 118, 227
Diary, Col.Robert Bennett, 21 1940-41 323
Diary, George Peppin, 30 1965-67 50, 82, 140, 196
Diary, James Lever, 30 1965-67 23
Diary, Kitson family, 33 1974-77 3, 73, 120, 159
Diary, Philip Wyot's, 30 1965-67 22
Diary, Rev. Samuel Short, 23 1947-49 221, 251, 325
Diary, Rev.John Syms, 19 1936-37 71, 179, 368
Diary, S.Treleaven, Moretonhampstead, 24 1950-51 45
Diary, See Wyott, Philip and Spoure, Edward 37 1992-96  
Diary, Sir Thomas Reynell 34 1978-81 214
Diary, Stroud, H.F., 33 1974-77 223
Diary, Waterloo, 29 1962-64 18
Dibdin, C., Account of Travelling in North Devon, 22 1942-46 123
Dickens and Exeter,   15 1928-29 26
Dickens, Charles, 34 1978-81 210
Difference, In Coat of Arms, 19 1936-37 218
Differences, Devon, 18 1934-35 132
Digory, Christian name, 19 1936-37 172, 232, 326
Dingle family,   34 1978-81 82
Diocese of Exeter, Early Deans in, 11 1920-21 43
Diocese, Exeter, in 1563, 30 1965-67 43, 75, 95, 115
Diptford,   14 1926-27 22
Dipthong, AU, 23 1947-49 289, 325
Directing Posts, Devon, with text, 10 1918-19 222
Directories, Exeter, 6 1910-11 189, 254,
Directory, (Devon), 300 years old, 14 1926-27 106
Disease,   34 1978-81 119
Dispensation refused,   20 1938-39 76
Dittisham, Church, Former Memorial Brass, 11 1920-21 214
Dittisham, MS, 13 1924-25 160
Dixon, Joshua, of Exeter, 1885, 12 1922-23 296
Dixon, Joshua, of Exeter, b.1810 12 1922-23 356
Doble, John, 16 1930-31 151, 200
Doble, G.H., 14 1926-27 369
Doccombe, Moretohampstead, 26 1954-55 7
Docton, Monuments in Hartland Church, 15 1928-29 49
Doctor, Lady of 17th century, 13 1924-25 246
Documents,   33 1974-77 20(2), 28, 39, 185
Documents, Cartulary of Southwark Priory, 34 1978-81 82
Documents, Dating of, under First Three Edwards, 20 1938-39 393
Dodbooke, Mayoralty of, 1413, 12 1922-23 5, 70, 254, 298
Doddiscombe, Arms, 13 1924-25 194
Doddiscombeleigh, Church windows, 13 1924-25 152, 193
Dodge family, William, Mayor of Okehampton, d.1751, 6 1910-11 94
Doe, George, 17 1932-33 36
Dog-acre Orchard, Axmouth, 33 1974-77 265
Dog-collar,   14 1926-27 259
Dogs, Stray, at Barnstaple, 8 1914-15 30
Dog-Whippers, Holcombe Rogus, 9 1916-17 158, 175, 178
Dolbeare, Dolbeare Family of Ashburton, 1 1900-01 103, 152,
Dollen, Benjamin, 13 1924-25 1, 103, 164
Dolton, Church Font, 5 1908-09 25
Domesday, Buhrs of Devonshire, 3 1904-05 179
Domesday, Cornish brewers in, 12 1922-23 57, 137
Domesday, Dartmoor, and, 30 1965-67 290
Domesday, Identification, 22 1942-46 95
Domesday, Leigh Barton, Silverton, Identification, 24 1950-51 111
Domesday, Manors in Cornwall, 12 1922-23 135
Domesday, Manors in Cornwall, 12 1922-23 56
Domesday, Manors, 36 1987-91 217, 269
Domesday, Measurements, 31 1968-70 82
Domesday, Mills in Devon and Cornwall, 12 1922-23 21
Domesday, Review of Boroughs, 4 1906-07 61
Domesday, South Hams, Identification, 37 1992-96 268
Domesday, Survey, 35 1982-86 241
Domesday, Villeins on Comital Manors, 11 1920-21 310-15
Domesday,   18 1934-35 196
Dominicans, Exeter and the, 20 1938-39 124
Dominicans, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 2
Dominicans, Plymouth, Blackfriars, 11 1920-21 247
Dominus,   16 1930-31 161
Dominus, Title of, 13 1924-25 71, 261
Doniert Stone,   26 1954-55 27
Donne, Abbot Gabriel, 23 1947-49 122
Donne, Gabriel, 23 1947-49 34
Doorway, Early , St.Thomas Church, Exeter, 21 1940-41 163
Doorway, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 218, 279
Dorset Aisle,   21 1940-41 15, 217, 322
Dorset, Parish registers, 34 1978-81 336
Dorset,   35 1982-86 83
Dotton, Lost parish of, 36 1987-91 1
Dotyn, John, 14 1926-27 21
Douai, Walter de, Domesday Fief, 3 1904-05 206
Dovecotes, Ancient in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 80, 106, 107, 139
Dover, Richard of, 17 1932-33 266
Dowcett Pie,   11 1920-21 308
Down St. Mary, Notes on Brasses, Heraldry, Monuments, 2 1902-03 105
Down St. Mary, Rectors, 27 1956-58 70
Down St.Mary Rectors, 26 1954-55 27
Down St.Mary,   17 1932-33 323
Down St.Mary,   28 1959-61 22
Down(e), family ,   7 1912-13 240
Down, Family, 31 1968-70 62
Down, Family, 20 1938-39 85, 188, 233, 283, 321, 389
Downderry,   20 1938-39 84, 140
Downe or Down, Family, 8 1914-15 170
Dowrich, Family, 33 1974-77 1, 37, 70, 113, 154, 208, 252, 348
Dowrich, Family, 26 1954-55 62
Dowrich, Family, 25 1952-53 223
Dowrich, Lewis, Agreement of 1669, 6 1910-11 91
Dowrish, Brass, 26 1954-55 183, 222
Dowrish, Family, 28 1959-61 91
Dowser (A Devonian),   13 1924-25 330
Dowser, Devonshire, 15 1928-29 246
Drake and Raleigh in Gloucestershire,   8 1914-15 40
Drake, Birth date, 14 1926-27 370
Drake, Birth place, 14 1926-27 214, 309
Drake, Early life, 14 1926-27 219
Drake, Edmund, 20 1938-39 219, 381
Drake, Entries in Musbury Registers, 6 1910-11 113
Drake, Family of Yardbury, 7 1912-13 257
Drake, Family of Yardbury, 18 1934-35 186, 236
Drake, Family, 31 1968-70 90
Drake, Family, 20 1938-39 37, 92
Drake, Francis, 31 1968-70 191
Drake, Francis, Vicar of Seaton, Issue of, 8 1914-15 30
Drake, H.H., Collections of, 13 1924-25 100, 168
Drake, Joseph arrival in America, 6 1910-11 11
Drake, Laetitia, memorial, 9 1916-17 89, 143
Drake, Monument at Werrington, 1 1900-01 116, 158,
Drake, Sarah, 25 1952-53 77
Drake, Sir Francis' Family and Heirs, 9 1916-17 32
Drake, Sir Francis, 24 1950-51 59, 100, 101, 102
Drake, Sir Francis, 21 1940-41 255
Drake, Sir Francis, Drum of, 3 1904-05 104
Drake, Tomb in Southleigh Church, 7 1912-13 113
Drake, Will of Rev. Bampfylde Drake, Rector of Farway, 30 1965-67 170
Drake,   19 1936-37 118
Drake's, Epitaph, 9 1916-17 190
Drake's, Boule, 21 1940-41 203
Drake's, Pocket Book, 12 1922-23 88
Drake's, Silver Map of Voyage of 1577-80, 12 1922-23 110
Drakes', Of Ashe, 16 1930-31 244
Drama,   31 1968-70 154, 189
Drama, Early, in Exeter, 17 1932-33 52
Drama, Tiverton, 35 1982-86 161
Drawings, Devon & Cornwall, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Drayton, Simon, 15 1928-29 103
Drew, Edward, Sword of, 1611, 9 1916-17 37
Drew, Ralph, 19 1936-37 81
Drew, Richard Rose, Topsham register, 8 1914-15 28
Drewe, Richard Rose, 1772, 9 1916-17 49
Drewe, Richard, b.1746 12 1922-23 108
Drewe, Samuel, 29 1962-64 236
Drewsteignton,   20 1938-39 317
Drewsteignton,   15 1928-29 124
Drinking customs,   14 1926-27 253, 312, 313, 356,
Drinking Glass, Inscribed, presented to Prince of Wales, 11 1920-21 211
Drowne, Family, 8 1914-15 128
Druid's Cross Hill,   13 1924-25 253
Du(o)dderidge, Family of Devon, Somerset and Dorset, 3 1904-05 163, 166, 169,
Duchy Manors,   29 1962-64 161, 196, 214, 241, 276, 290
Duchy Manors,   30 1965-67 4, 33, 67, 102
Duchy of Cornwall,   10 1918-19 299
Duck, Arthur, LL.D., 14 1926-27 155
Duckham, Thomas, b. c.1790-95, d. Virginia, 11 1920-21 145
Ducking-stool, Honiton, 20 1938-39 32
Ducking-stools,   20 1938-39 91
Duel, Bodmin at, 8 1914-15 15
Duel, Trial by, 13 1924-25 39
Duke Notebook, Toby Langdon, c.1680, 10 1918-19 265
Duke of Burgundy, Tent of, 1415, 2 1902-03 159
Duke, John, 14 1926-27 293
Dumb Jack,   16 1930-31 97
Dunchideock, Manor of, 24 1950-51 156
Dunchideock, Treacle mines, 24 1950-51 191, 216
Dunchideock, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 322
Dunchideock,   31 1968-70 85
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 20 1938-39 18
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 15 1928-29 120
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 14 1926-27 193
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 8 1914-15 8, 34,
Dunkeswell, Church Font, 8 1914-15 65
Dunn, Samuel, 29 1962-64 271
Dunning, Family of Throwleigh, 6 1910-11 94
Dunscombe, Thomas, 16 1930-31 5
Dunsford, Church Font, 1 1900-01 120
Dunsland, House, 30 1965-67 23
Dunstanvilles, de, 20 1938-39 194
Duntze, Arms of, 24 1950-51 120
Dupath Well, Callington, 19 1936-37 153
Durnford, Stephen, 22 1942-46 181
Dutch Before Dartmouth, Mayor's Accounts 1666, 5 1908-09 148
Dutch prisoners,   35 1982-86 84
Duty, Lesser Whole, of man, 19 1936-37 161
Dyehouse Green,   23 1947-49 31
Dyehouse Green,   22 1942-46 369
Dyer, Robert, 25 1952-53 203
Dying Duck in a Thunderstorm, Origin of Saying, 3 1904-05 40
Dymond, Robert, MSS volumes, 6 1910-11 191
Dynyngton, John, 15 1928-29 147
Eagar the Staller,   32 1971-73 252
Earl Reginald, Armorial Bearings of, 19 1936-37 320
Earle, Family, 26 1954-55 88
Earle, Family, 6 1910-11 89
Earthenware stoves,   35 1982-86 313
Earthwork, Cornwall, Giant's Hedge, 37 1992-96 314
Earthwork, Cruwys Morchard, 21 1940-41 164
Earthworks, Saunton, 20 1938-39 319
East Allington, Church Crediton, 2 1902-03 97, 159
East Allington,   29 1962-64 39
East Allington,   22 1942-46 209
East Allington, Leigh of, 20 1938-39 322, 390
East Buckland church,   15 1928-29 149, 200
East Down Parish, Fyftie Dole of 1630, 3 1904-05 82, 103, 220,224,
East India Company,   29 1962-64 264
East Looe,   21 1940-41 88, 129, 137, 184, 228
East Ogwell,   29 1962-64 217, 269
East Ogwell, Porch fireplace, 12 1922-23 1
Easter, Dues, 13 1924-25 29
Easter, Dues, 12 1922-23 193356
Easter, Sepulchre, Throwleigh, 20 1938-39 267
Easter, Sepulchres, 24 1950-51 60
Easterling, R.C., 13 1924-25 309
Eaststaff, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Eaton, Nathaniel, 18 1934-35 91, 139
Ebenezer, or a Monument of Thankfulness, 27 1956-58 309
Ebrington, Family, 25 1952-53 52
Ebrington, Lord, 14 1926-27 153
Ecclesiastical Courts, Defamation cases, 33 1974-77 49
Eddystone, Lighthouse, 35 1982-86 128
Edg(e)combe/Edg(e)cumbe, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Edgcumbe, Family, 36 1987-91 65
Edgcumbe, Family, 11 1920-21 69
Edgcumbe, Family, 33 1974-77 313
Edgecumbe, Sir Richard's Votive Chapel, 11 1920-21 68
Editorial,   24 1950-51 41
Education,   31 1968-70 135
Education,   32 1971-73 225, 257
Education,   33 1974-77 3, 196, 243, 295
Education, Oxford Univesity Extension, 34 1978-81 19
Education, West of England, 34 1978-81 22
Edward(e)s, Thomas, apothecary, 37 1992-96 204
Edwards, Hugh, 13 1924-25 199
Edwards, Rev.Z.J., 17 1932-33 112
Edwards, Rev.Z.J., 16 1930-31 274
Edye, Family of Cornwall, 16th century, 6 1910-11 155
Edye, John, Marriage of, Wootton Fitzpaine, 9 1916-17 47
Effigies, Sepulchral of Devon, Notes on, 8 1914-15 37
Eggbuckland,   14 1926-27 22
Eggbuckland, Old spelling, 9 1916-17 115
Eggbuckland, Name variations, 8 1914-15 57
Eggesford,   29 1962-64 109
Eggesford,   30 1965-67 23
Eggworthy, New Bridge, 1 1900-01 190, 196,
Egloskerry,   22 1942-46 331
Egypt, Tin cross, 29 1962-64 88
Egyptians in Devon and Cornwall,   8 1914-15 28, 47,
Election , Bribery at Barnstaple, 16 1930-31 136
Election, Devon, 25 1952-53 62
Election, Exeter, at, 16 1930-31 231
Election, Expenses at Grampound, 27 1956-58  
Election, Literature, 15 1928-29 283
Election, Truro, 25 1952-53 62
Elections, Entertainment Bill, 1796, Ashburton, 1 1900-01 44
Elections, Mayoral in Churches, 9 1916-17 18, 43
Elections, Parliamentary, 14 1926-27 126, 153
Elections, Tiverton, 33 1974-77 179
Element 'Cumb' in Place-names,   19 1936-37 352
Eliot, Elizabeth d. of Sir John , 3 1904-05 73, 175, 200
Eliot, Family Cutland or Coteland Origin, 2 1902-03 256
Eliot, Family Seventeenth century, 4 1906-07 126
Eliot, Family, Radigund, d. of Sir John of Port Eliot, 6 1910-11 189
Eliot, John, 18 1934-35 324
Eliot, Port Eliot, Of, 4 1906-07 152
Elizabethan, Members of Parliament, 30 1965-67 40
Elizabethan, Puritans, 30 1965-67 61, 62, 95
Elizabethan, Queries, 29 1962-64 262
Elizabethan, Queries, 30 1965-67 24
Ellacott, Family, 15 1928-29 148, 200
Elliot, Family, 25 1952-53 174
Elliot, Family of Kingsbridge, 3 1904-05 15
Ellis, William, 32 1971-73 230, 271
Ellis, William,   33 46  
Elrington family,   25 1952-53 106
Elsford Cross,   13 1924-25 252
Elyot's House, Exeter, 10 1918-19 12
Elyot's House, HighStreet, Exeter, 11 1920-21 253
Elys, Edmund, 22 1942-46 209, 219, 231
Emanuel Plantagenet,   15 1928-29 315
Emigrants, Early from England to America, 11 1920-21 112
Emigration, Cornish 19th century, 36 1987-91 5
Emigration, Early, to new England, 17 1932-33 65, 68, 137, 182, 185, 280
Emigration, Plymouth as depot, 36 1987-91 58
Emmanuel Baptism, Derivation of, 1 1900-01 17, 46,
Enclosure, Acts and Awards, 22 1942-46 3, 81
Enclosure, Awards, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 292
Endle, Sidney, 28 1959-61 151
Engine builders, 18th century, 35 1982-86 123
Engine, Cornish beam, 36 1987-91 184
Engineers, Cornish, The Hornblowers, 11 1920-21 10
English Manor in the Wilderness,   19 1936-37 232
Episcopal Register, Exeter, 9 1916-17 61
Episcopal Register, Exeter Diocese, 4 1906-07 98, 216,
Episcopal Registers, Exeter Cathedral, 2 1902-03 227
Epitaphs, Bridgerule, 13 1924-25 299, 356
Epitaphs, Exeter Cathedral, 13 1924-25 1
Epitaphs, Hartland, 13 1924-25 97
Epitaphs, Littleham (Exmouth), 13 1924-25 156
Epitaphs, Newton St.Petrock, 13 1924-25 246
Epitaphs, Sidbury and Exeter, 1 1900-01 201, 240, 241, 243,
Epitaphs, St.Buryan, 27 1956-58 167
Epitaphs,   34 1978-81 122
Ericke family,   9 1916-17 224
Erisey, Capt.James, 21 1940-41 255
Erisey, Family Pedigree, 7 1912-13 250
Ermington, Peverell of, 20 1938-39 78
Ermington,   13 1924-25 154
Ernsborough,   25 1952-53 47, 80
Escheator, For 1464-65, 21 1940-41 303
Escheators, Of Devon, 18 1934-35 225
Escheators, Of Devon and Cornwall, 16 1930-31 164, 201, 202
Esingtune, William, 1610, 2 1902-03 170, 224,
Estcott, Daniel, 14 1926-27 120, 166
Ethelbald, Of Mercia, 20 1938-39 43
Ethelbald, Of Mercia, 19 1936-37 358
Ethnographical record, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 32
Eton College Chapel,   17 1932-33 251, 292
Euclid, Christian name, 19 1936-37 319, 370
Europe, Old map of, 17 1932-33 223
Eva, Surname, 25 1952-53 77
Evelegh, Family, 16 1930-31 246
Evelegh, Manor of, 19 1936-37 175
Eveleigh, Family, 28 1959-61 176
Evelyn, Charles, 24 1950-51 19
Evelyn, Family, 18 1934-35 223, 280
Evil One, and early drama, 17 1932-33 52
Ewe Mack,   20 1938-39 375
Ewing, J.H., 15 1928-29 317
Exbourne, Foundation Deed of Church House, 1 1900-01 145
Exbourne, Stock-box in Church, 2 1902-03 17
Excavations,   17 1932-33 40, 43, 115, 124, 146, 370
Exchequer, Documents, 18 1934-35 143
Exe Bight, Oyster Fishery & Pier Company, 35 1982-86 357
Exe Bridge,   13 1924-25 261
Exe Bridge, Exeter, 3 1904-05 35
Exe Island,   14 1926-27 1, 197
Exe Valley, Upexe Traces of Old Works in River, 3 1904-05 181
Exe, Swan boats on the river, 11 1920-21 144
Exe, Estuary of the, 22 1942-46 253
Executions, Of Priests 1548-49, 13 1924-25 57, 264
Executions, St.Sidwll's parish register, 15 1928-29 328
Exeter Castle,   7 1912-13 40
Exeter Castle, Booklet by E.Chick, 6 1910-11 245
Exeter Castle, Postern Door, 2 1902-03 117
Exeter Cathedral , Alterations, 17 1932-33 159
Exeter Cathedral, Ancient corbel, 5 1908-09 169
Exeter Cathedral, Building of, 12 1922-23 169
Exeter Cathedral, Building of, 12 1922-23 262
Exeter Cathedral, Chantries, 35 1982-86 12, 67
Exeter Cathedral, Church Library and Librarian, 10 1918-19 86, 118
Exeter Cathedral, Church Library and Librarian, 10 1918-19 60
Exeter Cathedral, Civic mass in St.Katherine's 'Yelde', 17 1932-33 309
Exeter Cathedral, Close Topography, 9 1916-17 28, 63
Exeter Cathedral, Consecration, 17 1932-33 289, 376
Exeter Cathedral, Annivellars, 10 1918-19 119
Exeter Cathedral, Bell Founders, 4 1906-07 106
Exeter Cathedral, Blackmore Memorial, 3 1904-05 80
Exeter Cathedral, Deed Sealing, 12 1922-23 301
Exeter Cathedral, Deed-Sealing in, 12 1922-23 244
Exeter Cathedral, Dignitaries of, 12 1922-23 23, 76
Exeter Cathedral, Disturbances in, 37 1992-96 117
Exeter Cathedral, Early Carving, 11 1920-21 64, 139
Exeter Cathedral, Early Officials, 11 1920-21 32, 154
Exeter Cathedral, East Window, Heraldic Glass, 3 1904-05 1, 182, 229, 230
Exeter Cathedral, Eoiscopal Registers, 2 1902-03 227
Exeter Cathedral, Friends of, 17 1932-33 74, 289
Exeter Cathedral, Glass, ancient, 17 1932-33 299
Exeter Cathedral, Grandisson chantry chapel, 17 1932-33 157, 232
Exeter Cathedral, Heraldic Glass, 7 1912-13 174
Exeter Cathedral, Heraldry of lower windows, 5 1908-09 282
Exeter Cathedral, Inscription, 37 1992-96 74
Exeter Cathedral, Knights' Effigies, 3 1904-05 105
Exeter Cathedral, Knights' Effigies, 4 1906-07 260
Exeter Cathedral, Leofric's Stone and Tomb, 5 1908-09 294
Exeter Cathedral, Library, 15 1928-29 336
Exeter Cathedral, Library, Liturgigal MSS, 9 1916-17 33
Exeter Cathedral, Library, Lost MSS, 9 1916-17 139, 177, 195
Exeter Cathedral, Library, MSS at Cambridge, 8 1914-15 175, 208,
Exeter Cathedral, Minstrel gallery, 17 1932-33 312
Exeter Cathedral, Organists, 35 1982-86 133
Exeter Cathedral, Roman remains, 11 1920-21 32
Exeter Cathedral, Royal Arms in, 3 1904-05 38
Exeter Cathedral, Stained Glass of East Window, 7 1912-13 283
Exeter Cathedral, Tomb of Lady Diana, 10 1918-19 268
Exeter Cathedral, Topography of the Close, 9 1916-17 188215
Exeter Cathedral, Treasurer, Nicholas Hall, 6 1910-11 195
Exeter Cathedral, Underground Chamber, 5 1908-09 33
Exeter Cathedral, Vicar Choral (Henry de Berbilond), 37 1992-96 1
Exeter Cathedral, Vicars' choral, agreement with St.Petroc's, 15 1928-29 120, 160
Exeter Cathedral, Wall-paintings, 17 1932-33 75, 99
Exeter Cathedral,   15 1928-29 52, 70
Exeter Churches, Chapels, List of by Peter de Palerna, 5 1908-09 91
Exeter Churches, Coats of Arms, 5 1908-09 1, 9, 62, 70, 161,
Exeter Churches, Memorial Inscriptions in, 5 1908-09 293,
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Edmund's, 17 1932-33 316, 367
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Olave's, 17 1932-33 172
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Pancras', 17 1932-33 120
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Thomas (vicar), 17 1932-33 163
Exeter, Academy For University Teaching, 1760, 4 1906-07 107, 108,
Exeter, Allhallows, Goldsmith Street, Vestry Books, 18 1934-35 73
Exeter, Ancient Building in Preston Street, 9 1916-17 4
Exeter, Ancient Churches, 10 1918-19 30
Exeter, Ancient deed 1262, 12 1922-23 33
Exeter, Ancient deed 1262, 12 1922-23 74
Exeter, Ancient deeds 12 1922-23 128
Exeter, Ancient remains in Bear Street, 23 1947-49 309, 388
Exeter, Annivellars College, 11 1920-21 270
Exeter, Appointment of Miles Coverdale as Bishop, 10 1918-19 293-98
Exeter, Archdeaconry Visitation Books,, 11 1920-21 255
Exeter, Armorial Bearing at Abbot's Lodge, The Close, 9 1916-17 97
Exeter, Arms in Gate House, 15 1928-29 218
Exeter, Arms of K.Charles I, 22 1942-46 190
Exeter, Assay Office, 36 1987-91 20
Exeter, Assembly, 27 1956-58 192
Exeter, Assembly, Minutes of, 1655-1659, 23 1947-49 359
Exeter, Assizes, True Bills of in 1455, 3 1904-05 196
Exeter, Bamfylde House, 15 1928-29 242
Exeter, Banking in, 19 1936-37 175
Exeter, Bear Street, Ancient Houses in, 20 1938-39 131
Exeter, Bedford House, 17 1932-33 13
Exeter, Bible at St.Mary Major, 22 1942-46 134
Exeter, Biographies, 15 1928-29 32, 94, 109, 374
Exeter, Bishop of (Frederic Keppel), 34 1978-81 45
Exeter, Bishop of (Henry Phillpotts), 34 1978-81 342
Exeter, Bishop of, (Ralph Brownrigg), 37 1992-96 49
Exeter, Bishop's Chapel of St.Faith, 17 1932-33 214
Exeter, Bishops of, Palaces of, 22 1942-46 78
Exeter, Bishops, Some letters from, 22 1942-46 43, 72, 108, 143, 153, 166
Exeter, Bolehill, 16 1930-31 197
Exeter, Book on Gates and Antiquities of, 10 1918-19 23
Exeter, Book, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Bookseller, 1 1900-01 143
Exeter, Bookseller, Abisha Brocas, 12 1922-23 182
Exeter, Bookseller, early, 10 1918-19 26
Exeter, Booksellers and printers, 11 1920-21 156
Exeter, Bookseller's Stock 1615, 21 1940-41 36
Exeter, Bridge chapels, St.Edmund's, 22 1942-46 203
Exeter, British Camp at, 8 1914-15 185
Exeter, Building trades, 35 1982-86 58
Exeter, Burial grounds, 17 1932-33 180
Exeter, Butcher Row, 26 1954-55 109
Exeter, California, 30 1965-67 72
Exeter, Carpets, 15 1928-29 246
Exeter, Castle Bailey, 18 1934-35 198
Exeter, Castle Close, 13 1924-25 299
Exeter, Castle Lane Meeting, 27 1956-58 217
Exeter, Castle, deeds, 14 1926-27 59
Exeter, Castle, drawbridge, 14 1926-27 278
Exeter, Castle, Its Chapel and Prebendaries, 22 1942-46 287
Exeter, Cathedral and Archbishop's Option, 18 1934-35 214
Exeter, Cathedral and Bishop Stapledon's Chantry, 18 1934-35 266
Exeter, Cathedral Chapter House, 20 1938-39 37
Exeter, Cathedral Chapter House, Books in, 20 1938-39 172, 331
Exeter, Cathedral Monumentarium, 27 1956-58 149
Exeter, Cathedral, 34 1978-81 1, 284, 319
Exeter, Cathedral, 27 1956-58 7
Exeter, Cathedral, 18 1934-35 62
Exeter, Cathedral, chapter, head of, 14 1926-27 117
Exeter, Cathedral, font, payments at, 14 1926-27 110
Exeter, Cathedral, memorial, 13 1924-25 1
Exeter, Cathedral, precentorship, 14 1926-27 22
Exeter, Cathedral, Ryse's Rebus in, 18 1934-35 78
Exeter, Cathedral, Skeleton, 19 1936-37 33
Exeter, Cathedral, sub-dean, 13 1924-25 264
Exeter, Cathedral, window of, 18 1934-35 211
Exeter, Centenarian's recollections, 16 1930-31 40
Exeter, Chapel Street, 12 1922-23 345
Exeter, Chapter Terrier, 5 1908-09 28
Exeter, Characteristics of, 14 1926-27 223, 268, 354
Exeter, Chimney sweep, 14 1926-27 156
Exeter, church registers, 25 1952-53 194
Exeter, Church registers, 16 1930-31 293, 348
Exeter, Church, first dedication of, 14 1926-27 97, 304
Exeter, Churches and the Vikings, 16 1930-31 255
Exeter, Churches, rectors of Allhallow's Goldsmith Street, 16 1930-31 235
Exeter, Churches, rectors of Holy Trinity, 16 1930-31 275
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Kerian, 16 1930-31 377
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Lawrence, 16 1930-31 92
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Mary Arches, 16 1930-31 138
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Mary Major, 16 1930-31 321, 362
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Paul, 16 1930-31 184
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Stephen's, 16 1930-31 43
Exeter, Churchwardens, 16th century, 20 1938-39 177
Exeter, City Charter, 1554, 19 1936-37 186, 326,
Exeter, City Colours, 10 1918-19 336
Exeter, City Muniments, 5 1908-09 175, 224,
Exeter, City Properties, Schedule of, 10 1918-19 128
Exeter, City Records, 21 1940-41 35
Exeter, City Wall, 8 1914-15 209
Exeter, City wall, 14 1926-27 324
Exeter, Civic Seals, 5 1908-09 201, 242, 265,
Exeter, Civil War in, 31 1968-70 41
Exeter, Civil War in, 17 1932-33 221
Exeter, Civil War in, 18 1934-35 338
Exeter, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 249
Exeter, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 304
Exeter, Clergy in 1415, 15 1928-29 86
Exeter, Clerical Subsidies, 6 1910-11 17
Exeter, Clerical Subsidies, 4 1906-07 271
Exeter, Clock by Lovelace, 1 1900-01 178
Exeter, Clocks, 1 1900-01 177
Exeter, Cloth-Workers Arms, 1 1900-01 190
Exeter, Comberew Almshouses, 18 1934-35 218
Exeter, Communion Plate, 1576, 2 1902-03 202
Exeter, Co-operative experience in, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Exeter, Coronation, George II, 19 1936-37 170
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 21 1940-41 41
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 20 1938-39 47, 331, 364
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 19 1936-37 47, 94, 191, 238, 286, 333, 382
Exeter, Corporation deeds, 18 1934-35 42, 93, 141, 191, 238, 287, 334, 381
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 17 1932-33 77, 141, 190, 237 284, 333, 379
Exeter, Cowick Priory, 35 1982-86 321, 383
Exeter, Cowley, 19 1936-37 58
Exeter, Crediton, Canal, 20 1938-39 38
Exeter, Crosses, Ancient Stone of, 21 1940-41 36, 68
Exeter, Curiosity of 1659, 12 1922-23 246
Exeter, Custom, 1 1900-01 79
Exeter, Customs Duties 28 1959-61 246
Exeter, Dean & Chapter, 1633, 26 1954-55 124
Exeter, Dean of, 18 1934-35 16
Exeter, Deanery House, 13 1924-25 352
Exeter, Deanery House, 12 1922-23 241
Exeter, Deans, Early in Diocese of, 11 1920-21 302
Exeter, Deed of 1422, 24 1950-51 68
Exeter, Delimitation of parishes, 12 1922-23 143
Exeter, Dickens and, 15 1928-29 26
Exeter, Diocese in 1563, 30 1965-67 43, 75, 95, 115
Exeter, Diocese, Chancellors of, 37 1992-96 14, 65
Exeter, Diocese, Deans of, 8 1914-15 159
Exeter, Diocese, Religious Census 3 1904-05 264
Exeter, Diocese, Valor of, 19 1936-37 87
Exeter, Diocese, Witchcraft in, 37 1992-96 28, 68, 98
Exeter, Diocese, witchcraft in, 36 1987-91 220, 281, 305, 366
Exeter, Dominicans in, 20 1938-39 124
Exeter, Drama, early in, 17 1932-33 52
Exeter, Earliest map of, 7 1912-13 281
Exeter, Early Dean, 10 1918-19 269, 316, 317
Exeter, Early Theatre, 11 1920-21 122
Exeter, Election 1688-9, 14 1926-27 126
Exeter, Election 1695, 16 1930-31 231
Exeter, Election cartoon, 21 1940-41 127
Exeter, Episcopal Register, 9 1916-17 61
Exeter, Excavations, 17 1932-33 43, 115, 146, 370
Exeter, Exe Bridge, 3 1904-05 35
Exeter, Fair, 15 1928-29 126
Exeter, Ferris family, 34 1978-81 285
Exeter, Flood at St.Thomas, 21 1940-41 209
Exeter, Fore Street, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Gandy of, 21 1940-41 108, 276
Exeter, Gavelkind tenure 1580, 12 1922-23 55
Exeter, Globe Inn, 15 1928-29 240
Exeter, Goldsmiths' Company, 3 1904-05 154
Exeter, Goldsmiths, 7 1912-13 183
Exeter, Guernsey Charter, 12 1922-23 243
Exeter, Guild of Tailors, 7 1912-13 215
Exeter, Guildhall, Front Elevation, 1 1900-01 153
Exeter, Half timber houses, 17 1932-33 42
Exeter, Hall of Vicars Choral, 18 1934-35 78
Exeter, Henry IIII in, 13 1924-25 311
Exeter, Herald, 12 1922-23 246
Exeter, History research group, 13 1924-25 29, 309
Exeter, Hooker's History of, index, 21 1940-41 2, 182
Exeter, Houses of Judhel and Prior of Totnes, 12 1922-23 78
Exeter, Houses, 30 1965-67 255
Exeter, Huguenots in, 23 1947-49 30
Exeter, Huguenots in, in 1810, 22 1942-46 21, 368
Exeter, Hymn tune, 13 1924-25 99
Exeter, In 1688, 36 1987-91 81, 216
Exeter, Inns and houses, Bell, 13 1924-25 39
Exeter, Inns and houses, Tabert or Talbot, 13 1924-25 298
Exeter, Inns and houses, Three Cups, 13 1924-25 271
Exeter, Inns and houses, Turk's Head, 13 1924-25 118
Exeter, Inns of, 20 1938-39 266
Exeter, Ironmongers and Booksellers in 17th century, 11 1920-21 57
Exeter, J., bishop of (1420), 17 1932-33 372
Exeter, Japanner, Mr.Hodges, 22 1942-46 259
Exeter, John and Alice Grey of, 21 1940-41 277, 323
Exeter, John Belfield, M.P. for, 23 1947-49 324
Exeter, John Wolcot, Mayor, 30 1965-67 92
Exeter, Lacy, Bishop of, 29 1962-64 272
Exeter, Lady Drake's tree, 14 1926-27 106
Exeter, Lamb Alley, 23 1947-49 135
Exeter, Library Society, 31 1968-70 222
Exeter, Life, Satirical Sketch 1870, 7 1912-13 108, 131,
Exeter, Lighting, 1561, 19 1936-37 148
Exeter, Little Exchange, Cathedral Close, 10 1918-19 28
Exeter, Livery Dole Almshouses, 22 1942-46 329
Exeter, Loan Societies, 34 1978-81 181
Exeter, Local and Greenwich Time, 19 1936-37 217
Exeter, Long family of, 23 1947-49 155, 329
Exeter, Loyal Association, 20 1938-39 286
Exeter, Loyal Association, 17 1932-33 221
Exeter, Manorial custom, 16 1930-31 302
Exeter, Manumissions, 20 1938-39 388
Exeter, Manuscript, Description of an Old, 4 1906-07 217,
Exeter, Maps in 'Pomponius Mela', 11 1920-21 95
Exeter, Marquis of (Lands), 18 1934-35 165, 205
Exeter, Mayor's Court Roll, 18 1934-35 175
Exeter, Mayors of, 30 1965-67 30
Exeter, Mayors of, Christopher Bale's omitted in list, 21 1940-41 166
Exeter, Meaning of 'pape' attached to a name, 11 1920-21 128
Exeter, Medieval Councils, 19 1936-37 169
Exeter, Members of Parliament 12 1922-23 248, 345
Exeter, Members of Parliament, 31 1968-70 47
Exeter, Memories in Surrey, 18 1934-35 60
Exeter, Merchant in Spain, 30 1965-67 241
Exeter, Merchants and Trade with Morocco, 10 1918-19 127
Exeter, Military Standpoint of City Wall, 7 1912-13 161
Exeter, Mints, 12 1922-23 60
Exeter, MS Dated 1431, 5 1908-09 30
Exeter, Neck's History of, 7 1912-13 78
Exeter, Nelson at, 15 1928-29 5
Exeter, New London Inn, 19 1936-37 81
Exeter, Newspaper Press, 10 1918-19 169
Exeter, Nicholas Isacke, Mayor, 9 1916-17 7
Exeter, Nicknames, 10 1918-19 90
Exeter, Northernhay, view of, 15 1928-29 102, 160
Exeter, Oath of Freemen of, 19 1936-37 379
Exeter, Occupations of people 1818, 12 1922-23 183
Exeter, Oil of, Herb lore, 12 1922-23 277, 307, 308, 356
Exeter, Oxford Inn, 14 1926-27 297
Exeter, Paris Street, 12 1922-23 200
Exeter, Petition to Mayor, 1641, 2 1902-03 141
Exeter, Philomathic Society, 10 1918-19 82
Exeter, Pie-Man, 12 1922-23 345
Exeter, Pilgrim's shrine, 17 1932-33 370
Exeter, Place-names, 12 1922-23 57
Exeter, Plans of, 17 1932-33 37
Exeter, Poem 'Jeu D'Esprit' of 1838, 1 1900-01 116
Exeter, Poem, Author W.H.Merle, 4 1906-07 242, 280
Exeter, Population of, 17th century, 20 1938-39 210, 242
Exeter, Population, 35 1982-86 89
Exeter, Presbyterian chapels, 27 1956-58 296
Exeter, Preston Street Building, 8 1914-15 161-70,
Exeter, Printer, 13 1924-25 99, 168
Exeter, Printers, 36 1987-91 255, 273, 336
Exeter, Prior of St.Nicholas, 22 1942-46 191
Exeter, Privateer, 14 1926-27 329
Exeter, Prognostic of Bishop of, 21 1940-41 200
Exeter, Public hire chairs, 36 1987-91 265, 314
Exeter, Publication Disclaimer, 12 1922-23 175
Exeter, Publication, 20 1938-39 226
Exeter, Publication, 19 1936-37 176, 232
Exeter, Raleigh, And, 10 1918-19 41
Exeter, Records of Consistory Court, 26 1954-55 96
Exeter, Records of Dean and Chapter, 27 1956-58 23
Exeter, Red Lion Inn, 12 1922-23 81
Exeter, Review of Roman, 21 1940-41 34
Exeter, Review of Work by E.A.Freeman, 2 1902-03 216
Exeter, Rocque's Plan of, 6 1910-11 240
Exeter, Roman Amphitheatre, 18 1934-35 30, 85, 133, 184, 375
Exeter, Roman coin in, 13 1924-25 345
Exeter, Roman inscription, missing, at, 17 1932-33 55
Exeter, Rougemont House, 17 1932-33 222
Exeter, Ryse Rebus in Vicars' College Hall, 17 1932-33 359
Exeter, Saint James Church, 11 1920-21 97
Exeter, Saint John's Church, 3 1904-05 198
Exeter, Saint Martin's marriages at, 12 1922-23 278, 309
Exeter, Saint Mary Major, 11 1920-21 90
Exeter, Saint Pancras registers, 11 1920-21 72
Exeter, Saint Pancras Registers, 10 1918-19 307
Exeter, Sculptor, John Weston, 9 1916-17 3
Exeter, Seal, common of, 17 1932-33 346
Exeter, Sedan Chairs in, 6 1910-11 104
Exeter, Sensation of 1611, 7 1912-13 86
Exeter, Sermon, Consecration of New Burial-place, 1637, 3 1904-05 54, 69,
Exeter, Sheriffs, Earliest of, 19 1936-37 297
Exeter, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 161, 165
Exeter, Shop Signs, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Siege of 1069, 19 1936-37 178
Exeter, Siege of, 36 1987-91 225
Exeter, Silversmiths, 4 1906-07 55
Exeter, Smythen Street, 15 1928-29 87
Exeter, Social conditions, 35 1982-86 298
Exeter, Some MSS., 12 1922-23 243
Exeter, St.Clement Dane Rectory, And House, 11 1920-21 265
Exeter, St.David's Church, 23 1947-49 53
Exeter, St.David's Church, 12 1922-23 28
Exeter, St.George's Church gravestones, 23 1947-49 243
Exeter, St.James's parish by, 14 1926-27 223, 268, 311, 353
Exeter, St.John's Church, 21 1940-41 174
Exeter, St.John's Church, 20 1938-39 176
Exeter, St.John's Hospital School, 22 1942-46 100, 136, 138
Exeter, St.Laurence, 20 1938-39 125
Exeter, St.Lawrence Church, 22 1942-46 314
Exeter, St.Nicholas Priory, 21 1940-41 23, 68
Exeter, St.Nicholas Priory, 14 1926-27 91
Exeter, St.Nicholas, 1321 12 1922-23 8
Exeter, St.Olave's, 25 1952-53 22
Exeter, St.Petrock's, Art Treasure of, 21 1940-41 65
Exeter, St.Sidwell's, 19 1936-37 167
Exeter, St.Thomas' Church, Early doorway in, 21 1940-41 163
Exeter, St.Thomas Church, monument, 22 1942-46 238
Exeter, Stocks, 15 1928-29 203
Exeter, Stone crosses of, Scarlet Cross, 21 1940-41 166
Exeter, Stone crosses of, Watergate, 21 1940-41 304
Exeter, Street Collections, 20 1938-39 225
Exeter, Street Names, 2 1902-03 28, 59, 69, 70, 158,
Exeter, Sub-dean, unrecorded, 17 1932-33 268
Exeter, Tabard Inn, 14 1926-27 11
Exeter, Taxpayers, 34 1978-81 217
Exeter, The Palace, 27 1956-58 72
Exeter, Thernae, 18 1934-35 101
Exeter, Three Tuns Inn, 27 1956-58 52
Exeter, Topography, 16 1930-31 181
Exeter, Trewman's Flying Post, 10 1918-19 169
Exeter, Trosse family of, 30 1965-67 138
Exeter, Tuckers Hall, 31 1968-70 235
Exeter, Tudor persecution in, 4 1906-07 247
Exeter, University, 34 1978-81 194
Exeter, Use of the term 'Christianity', 11 1920-21 84
Exeter, Vicars choral, 17 1932-33 154
Exeter, Vikings in, 15 1928-29 374
Exeter, Visit to 1846, 12 1922-23 8
Exeter, Vivian's Marriage Licences, 10 1918-19 321
Exeter, Walls (1352), 16 1930-31 315
Exeter, Ward, Bishop of, 21 1940-41 222, 282, 329
Exeter, Watergate at, 22 1942-46 34
Exeter, Water-sellers, 2 1902-03 81
Exeter, Woollen trade, 16 1930-31 313, 352
Exeter,   28 1959-61 325
Exeter,   29 1962-64 80, 102, 127, 132, 149, 164, 171, 207, 211, 239
Exeter,   30 1965-67 30
Exeter,   32 1971-73 17, 94, 185, 253
Exeter,   33 1974-77 17, 56, 141, 260, 265, 282, 290, 333
Exeter,   34 1978-81 169
Exeter,   35 1982-86 79
Exeter,   27 1956-58 96, 111, 227, 319
Exeter,   23 1947-49 124, 398
Exminster, Milbury in, 15 1928-29 148, 200
Exmoor, Mining, 30 1965-67 205
Exmoor,   29 1962-64 237
Exmoor,   34 1978-81 329
Exmoor,   27 1956-58 96
Exmouth, Bank note, 23 1947-49 182, 269, 324, 363
Exmouth, Bank, 15 1928-29 373
Exmouth, Coat of Arms, 23 1947-49 91
Exmouth, Etching of, 12 1922-23 344
Exmouth, First and Last Inn, 14 1926-27 97
Exmouth, Hille or Rull, use of names, 11 1920-21 295
Exmouth, lime-kilns, 17 1932-33 180
Exmouth, Local saying, 14 1926-27 63
Exmouth, Old, 13 1924-25 32
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 156
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 217
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 260
Exmouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 128, 132, 162
Exmouth, Ships, 13 1924-25 113, 273
Exmouth, Sir John Colliton, garden of, 11 1920-21 146
Exmouth, Sir John Colliton, garden of, 11 1920-21 260
Exmouth, St.Anne';s Chapel, 13 1924-25 87, 111, 165
Exmouth, St.Saviour's Chapel, 13 1924-25 372
Exmouth, stone, 17 1932-33 44, 180, 232
Exmouth, Story, Old, 23 1947-49 137
Exmouth, View, 23 1947-49 296, 328
Exmouth, Viscount, see Pellew, 17 1932-33  
Exmouth,   32 1971-73 51
Exmouth,   27 1956-58 239
Exoniensis 1745,   19 1936-37 32
Export of corn in 1735,   14 1926-27 180
Exports,   31 1968-70 140
Exwick,   20 1938-39 222
Exwill ferry,   15 1928-29 149, 247
Eyck, John Van, Artist, 15th century, 4 1906-07 188
Eye Specialists,   16 1930-31 98
Faggus, Tom, Highwayman, 8 1914-15 26, 38,
Fair, Totnes, 13 1924-25 297, 356
Fairies' Love Letters,   6 1910-11 175
Fairies,   13 1924-25 312
Fairs, Illegal, 22 1942-46 280
Fairs,   17 1932-33 178, 179
Fairs, Mediaeval, duration of, 15 1928-29 125
Fallapit, Arms, 13 1924-25 8
Falmouth, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 127, 341
Falmouth, Lord, Muniments of, 6 1910-11 11
Falmouth, Marriage Transcripts, 8 1914-15 88
Falmouth, Transcripts, marriages, 11 1920-21 3
Falmouth,   23 1947-49 280
Falmouth,   15 1928-29 164, 167
Families, Old, of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 60
Farleu,   23 1947-49 133
Farley, Samuel, Exeter priner, 1689-1702, 3 1904-05 32
Farley, Samuel, Printer of Exeter, 1 1900-01 195
Farm, Accounts, 32 1971-73 280
Farm,, East Devon, 18th Century, 36 1987-91 101
Farm,, Houses, 31 1968-70 227
Farm,, Papers 29 1962-64 221
Farm,, Workers' Contracts, 33 1974-77 266
Farmer's Account Book, Devon, 18th century, Bartholomew Berry, 6 1910-11 178, 219, 255,
Farmhouses, Devon, types of, 3 1904-05 249
Farming, Early at Chagford, 27 1956-58 260
Farms, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 146
Farquharson, A., History of Honiton, 19 1936-37 319
Farrant(d), Richard, d.1680, 7 1912-13 74
Farrant, Richard, Rector of Musbury 1653, 7 1912-13 23
Farringdon,   17 1932-33 179
Farway, Church, Brass in, 8 1914-15 105
Farway, Subsidies, 20 1938-39 32
Farway, Will of Rector 1700-1729, 30 1965-67 170
Farway,   17 1932-33 373
Fast days, Workington, 14 1926-27 379
Fauna, Devon, 21 1940-41 206
Fauna, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 115
Feasts,   17 1932-33 178, 179
Feasts, Movable, 17 1932-33 60
Fees (Devon), Book of, 13 1924-25 9, 109
Feet of Fines (Devon), Book of, 13 1924-25 226
Feet of Fines, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 266, 305
Feet of Fines, Higher Cherriton and Swithams, 11 1920-21 40
Feet of Fines, Identification of locations, 13th century, 5 1908-09 32
Felix well,   17 1932-33 320
Female Volunteer, Drama of 1801, The, 2 1902-03 254
Fencibles, Sea, (Cornish Volunteers), 30 1965-67 172
Feniton, Dial, 17 1932-33 326
Fernworthy, Dartmoor, 33 1974-77 203
Ferrars,   22 1942-46 32
Ferrars, Isota de, 22 1942-46 137
Ferrers, Family of Bere, 21 57, 98, 157  
Ferrers, Family of Cornwall, 21 1940-41 195
Ferrers, Pedigree, 14 1926-27 219
Ferris, Family, 34 1978-81 285
Ferris, Family, 14 1926-27 155, 201
Ferry Cross,   14 1926-27 157
Feudal Aids,   24 1950-51 78
Field Club, West Cornwall, 24 1950-51 94, 183
Field Club, West Cornwall, (Archaeological), 19 1936-37 357
Field Names, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 117
Field Names, Morvah, 17 1932-33 52
Field Names, Squirrel, Withycombe Raleigh, 1 1900-01 197
Field Names, Wilful Murder', 24 1950-51 192
Field Names,   23 1947-49 52
Fielding in Devon, Lyme Regis Stay in 1725, 8 1914-15 143
Fields, Landscore, Stitch and Quillet, 23 1947-49 372
Fiennes, Celia, 10 1918-19 29
Filace, Place-name, 12 1922-23 250
Filet weaver,   31 1968-70 122, 188
Fillon, Wardens of the 21 1940-41 127
Financial, Expoitation on Manor of Dartington, 16th C. 30 1965-67 209
Fine,   22 1942-46 878
Fine, Devon, 22 1942-46 28
Fingerprints,   37 1992-96 175, 207
Finlay, Jane, 13 1924-25 153
Finnimore and Filmore, Locations of Families, 2 1902-03 119, 138, 215,
Fire and Light, Old methods of obtaining, 12 1922-23 84, 165
Fire Hooks, Truro, 9 1916-17 73
Fires, Beacons, 23 1947-49 154, 217, 218
Fires, Beacons, 15 1928-29 22, 69, 106, 156
Fires, Bricks, Torrington, 17 1932-33 353
Fires, Honiton, Church, 1911, Inscription of 1694, 9 1916-17 253
Fires, Mansions (Cornish), detroyed by, 13 1924-25 73
Fires, Tiverton, 33 1974-77 345
Fires, Tiverton, 35 1982-86 160
Fires, Tiverton, 1621, 30 1965-67 127
Fires,   32 1971-73 20
Fish, Landings, 36 1987-91 28
Fish, Strange, 36 1987-91 107
Fishacre,   31 1968-70 250
Fisher, Family, 24 1950-51 161
Fisheries,   35 1982-86 357
Fishery, Pilchard, Cornish, 7 1912-13 160
Fishing , Industry at Sidmouth, 17 1932-33 119
Fishing Feast, Plymouth, 30 1965-67 155
Fishing Fleet, Mousehole, 29 1962-64 152
Fishley, Seat of Luxmoore family, 3 1904-05 208
Fishley, Family, 14 1926-27 14, 67, 68
Fishley, Family, 13 1924-25 226, 232, 268
Fitton, John, 14 1926-27 22
Fitz Joel, Warin, 29 1962-64 180
Fitz Martins,   20 1938-39 287, 328
Fitz Warin, Walter, 29 1962-64 180
Fitz, John, friend of Drake, 37 1992-96 300
Fitz-alan, Rohant, 25 1952-53 184
Fitzherberd, Nicholas, 22 1942-46 61
Fitzhugh,   19 1936-37 74
Fitzjoel, Warin, 28 1959-61 219
FitzRalph, Richard, 15 1928-29 13, 14, 62
Fitzralph, Archbishop, Richard of Armagh, 1347-60, 6 1910-11 255
Fitz-Roger family, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Fitz-Roger family, Family, 24 1950-51 56
Fitz-Walter, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Fitzwarine, Family of Brightleigh, N.Devon, 3 1904-05 54
Fitzwarren of Totley, Arms of, 1 1900-01 183
Flag, Prince of Orange's, 1 1900-01 25
Flamancke, Thomas, 14 1926-27 32
Flavel, John, 18 1934-35 217
Flax growing, Devon, 24 1950-51 41
Flete House, Holbeton, 4 1906-07 113
Flindell, Thomas, 27 1956-58 266, 269
Flint implements,   16 1930-31 257, 302, 341
Flitt (or Kitt), Peter, 23 1947-49 52
Flood, At St.Thomas, Exeter, 21 1940-41 209
Florence, Christian names, 12 1922-23 344
Floyer Hayes,   19 1936-37 211
Floyer of Floyerhayes, Colyton Registers, 6 1910-11 106
Folk dancing in Devon,   15 1928-29 11
Folk Lore, Cornish, Piskies, 7 1912-13 113
Folk Lore, Morchard Bishop, 3 1904-05 195
Folk Rhymes of Devon, Corrections to, 6 1910-11 224
Folk Rymes of Devon, Correction, 7 1912-13 47
Folkland,   19 1936-37 62
Folklore Calendar,   6 1910-11 243
Folklore, Cornish, 11 1920-21 288
Folklore, Thunder and Lightning, 30 1965-67 236
Folklore, Uplyme, 14 1926-27 158
Folklore,   13 1924-25 16, 35, 73, 194, 201, 202, 206, 260, 261, 266, 289, 294, 307, 312, 314, 330
Folk-songs,   36 1987-91 37, 70
Follett, Family, 34 1978-81 94, 149
Follett, Pedigree, 13 1924-25 15
Follett, Pedigree, 12 1922-23 67
Follett, Pedigree, 11 1920-21 283, 306
Follett, Charles, 33 1974-77 91
Follett, Henry, 33 1974-77 91
Folly, Monuments called, 19 1936-37 264
Folly,   18 1934-35 224, 281
Font Symbolism, Stoke Canon, St.Marychurch, Alphington, 4 1906-07 129
Font, Luppit, 7 1912-13 201
Fontelautus, Name, 18 1934-35 274
Fonts, Hessenford, 13 1924-25 344
Fonts, Morleigh, 13 1924-25 50, 230
Foot, Family, 28 1959-61 221
Foot, Isaac, 34 1978-81 128
Football, Early in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 4
Football, Good Friday, 10 1918-19 113
Football, Shrove Tuesday and Good Friday, 17 1932-33 61, 130, 321
Foote, Family, Foote's Hotel, Exeter, 1814, 6 1910-11 171
Foote, Samuel, pedigree, 12 1922-23 158
Footprints, Luminous, report of, 11 1920-21 87
For Farness,   23 1947-49 397
For(s)ter, Rev. Benjamin, 17 1932-33 224, 280
Forbes, Mrs. Hamilton, Recollections of Lucknow, 30 1965-67 23, 60
Ford, Family, Charles II Miniature with Skull, 1 1900-01 157, 180,
Ford, Family, Harting, co. Sussex, 6 1910-11 61, 113, 188,
Ford, Family, William c. 1750, 6 1910-11 60, 61, 113, 188,
Ford, House, Newton Abbot, 4 1906-07 33
Ford, Henry, 13 1924-25 9, 109
Ford, John, 14 1926-27 22, 120, 166
Ford, John, 13 1924-25 9
Ford, John, Dramatist, family of, 3 1904-05 239
Forde Abbey,   29 1962-64 206, 252, 302
Forde, Abbot of, 30 1965-67 299
Forde, Abbot of, 13 1924-25 180
Fords, Paved, 15 1928-29 20
Fords, Paved, 14 1926-27 350
Foreign Churches in Devon, Property of, 1 1900-01 252
Foreign Names in Devon,   7 1912-13 222
Forest Law, Treatise on, 2 1902-03 189
Forgeries,   32 1971-73 172
Forkiston, Forston, Lukeham, Locations of, 2 1902-03 25, 93, 147,
Fortescue, Sir John, 21 1940-41 78
Fortescue, Sir Henry, 20 1938-39 37
Fortescues, Early, 21 1940-41 248
Fortibus, Isabella de, 8 1914-15 40, 86,
Fortibus, William de, 16 1930-31 242
Fortifications, Devon and Cornwall, 21 1940-41 162
Forts, Crownhill, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 70
Forts, Noss Hill, 36 1987-91 48
Forty, The, 16 1930-31 247
Forward, Family, 14 1926-27 16, 111
Forward, Family, 13 1924-25 295
Fotesdon, Place-name, 14 1926-27 266
Foulston, John, 26 1954-55 40, 90, 120
Foundation Shifting,   26 1954-55 143
Fountain, Ashburton, 37 1992-96 305
Fountayne, John, 14 1926-27 369
Four Men, The, 15 1928-29 44
Fowell family,   36 1987-91 29
Fowey, Borough and Parish bounds, 25 1952-53 93
Fowey, Gyndage-Rummage at, 8 1914-15 8
Fowey, Noah's Ark', 24 1950-51 24, 65, 158
Fowey, Padstow Canal, 23 1947-49 267
Fowey, Pirates in 1462 12 1922-23 230
Fowey, Smuggling Mayor of, 23 1947-49 118, 182
Fowey, The 'Fair Maid of the West', 23 1947-49 245
Fowey,   30 1965-67 11
Fowey,   26 1954-55 84
Fowey,   23 1947-49 280, 305, 359, 398
Fowey,   21 1940-41 108
Fowey,   15 1928-29 128, 145, 164, 166
Fowlescombe,   36 1987-91 29
Fowling-piece, Queen Anne, 17 1932-33 172
Fox, Bishop Richard, 17 1932-33 4, 129
Fox-netting,   13 1924-25 160
Francis, Family, 27 1956-58 302
Frank, Ambrose (Will), 18 1934-35 32
Frankem Days,   12 1922-23 112
Frederetta Romney, Novel about Hartland, 10 1918-19 168
Freeholder, Devonshire, 18 1934-35 176
Freeman, of North Molton, 21 1940-41 209
Freemasonry in Devon,   6 1910-11 90
Freemen of Exeter, Oath of, 19 1936-37 379
Fremington,   17 1932-33 360, 374
Fremington,   16 1930-31 32
Fremington,   14 1926-27 298
Fremington,   13 1924-25 139, 303
Frenay, Hubert, 24 1950-51 65
Frenay, Hubert, 23 1947-49 360
French, Bishop, 35 1982-86 264
French, Church, Dartmouth, 12 1922-23 157
French, Church, Plymouth, 11 1920-21 68, 111
French, Company of Exeter, 17th century, 27 1956-58 11
French, Family, Dartmoor, 1 1900-01 162
French, Merchandise marks, 15 1928-29 145
French, Names in Devon, 10 1918-19 64, 92, 97, 158, 212
French, Priasoners at Tiverton, Napoleonic, 4 1906-07 257
French, Prisoners atAshburton, 6 1910-11 80
French, Prisoners of War, Ashburton, 19 1936-37 364
French, Prisoners of War, Ashburton, 15 1928-29 180
French, Prisoners, 15th century, 5 1908-09 78
French, Prisons, Barnstaple men in, 14 1926-27 329
French, Protestant Congregations, 35 1982-86 344
French, Sea fight with, 17 1932-33 34, 130
French, Ship, 16 1930-31 198
French, Wars, Special Services during, 8 1914-15 122
Frenche, Thomas, 14 1926-27 24
Frescoes,   18 1934-35 35
Friar Bacon,   20 1938-39 374
Friars, Crosse, of Exeter, 1500, 6 1910-11 90
Friars, Confessors, 13 1924-25 182
Frithelstock, Gold Ring Discovered at, 2 1902-03 233
Frithelstock, Priory ruins, 15 1928-29 303
Frithelstock, Priory, 16 1930-31 85
Frithelstock, Priory, Founder of, 23 1947-49 73
Frithelstock,   14 1926-27 289
Frome, Som., Short of, 23 1947-49 94
Fry, Family of,Yarty, 6 1910-11 109
Fry, Family, 15 1928-29 148
Fry, Family of Cotleigh, 10 1918-19 176
Fuge, Family, 31 1968-70 192
Fuge, Fugh, Surname, 25 1952-53 23, 76, 143
Fuidge House,   32 1971-73 219
Fulford, Arms of, 9 1916-17 62
Fulford, Deed, Ancient, 12 1922-23 113, 215, 99
Fulford, Family of Great Fulford, 4 1906-07 31
Fulford, Family, 25 1952-53 140, 175, 204
Fulford, Sir Thomas, Monument in Dunsford, 1 1900-01 5
Fuller, J.G., 18 1934-35 277, 323
Fuller's bond and accounts,   15 1928-29 21
Fuller's bond and accounts,   14 1926-27 379
Funeral Customs, Morchard Bishop, 3 1904-05 85
Funerals,   32 1971-73 125
Furneaux, Family, 25 1952-53 50
Fursdon, Family, 6 1910-11 188
Furse, George, 14 1926-27 346
Fursman, Family, 15 1928-29 103
Fuseli, Henry, 37 1992-96 246
Gaboldesley,   23 1947-49 48
Gale, John, 16 1930-31 97
Gale, Theophilus Kingsteignton, 1639, 4 1906-07 241
Gale, Theophilus, b.1628, 5 1908-09 71
Gale, Thomas, Grant of Manor of Kingswear, 10 1918-19 249
Gallery, Jacobean, Cullompton Church, 22 1942-46 223
Galleyhapens, Customary Church Payment, 1 1900-01 248
Games,   35 1982-86 355
Gandy, Of Exeter, 21 1940-41 108, 276
Gangsters of 1387,   26 1954-55 71
Gara, Place-name, 28 1959-61 280
Gardening, Early Book on, 1718, 2 1902-03 184
Gartside, Benjamin, 35 1982-86 121
Gascony Wine,   3 1904-05 38, 95,
Gate Fields,   18 1934-35 217
Gauntlet, A, and Its Challenge, 26 1954-55 236
Gavelkind Tenure, Exeter, 1580 12 1922-23 55
Gawler, Mr. of Chudleigh, 1688, 3 1904-05 74
Gawton, Manor of, 3 1904-05 99
Gay, John, Portrait of, 11 1920-21 287
Gay, Susan Elizabeth, literary work, 10 1918-19 33
Gayre, Family, 23 1947-49 266, 296
Gay's Memorial Ring,   17 1932-33 126
Geare, Family, 28 1959-61 261, 291
Gee, Rev. John, 1596-1636, 3 1904-05 162
Geen, Family, 31 1968-70 193
Geere, Family, 29 1962-64 91
Geere, Family, 31 1968-70 250
Genealogy,   26 1954-55 20
Genealogy, Sir William Pole's, 23 1947-49 84
Gennys, Family of Launceston and Plymouth, 9 1916-17 63, 76
Gentleman's Magazine,   32 1971-73 23
Geoffrey,   36 1987-91 25
George II, Looe's address to, 27 1956-58 50
George II,   19 1936-37 178
Georgeham, Church Dedication, 14 1926-27 62
Georgeham, History of, and Croyde, 30 1965-67 144
Geraint (Prince),   37 1992-96 192
Gerard and Bulley, Families, 12 1922-23 16
Gerrans,   15 1928-29 301
Gerrans,   13 1924-25 158
Gewen, Family, 31 1968-70 195
Ghost, Dowrich, 33 1974-77 1
Ghost, Headless, 28 1959-61 51
Ghost, Traditional Devon, 30 1965-67 177
Ghosts, Animal Symbols, 27 1956-58 264
Ghosts, White Ale Club, 29 1962-64 90
Ghosts,   37 1992-96 72
Giants on Plymouth Hoe,   27 1956-58 209
Gib, A Parcel of Woollen Cloth, 21 1940-41 116
Gibbe, John, 14 1926-27 22
Gibbes, Walter, 14 1926-27 196
Gibbons, Miss Maria Susannah,d.1890, E.Budleigh, 3 1904-05 49, 52, 86,
Gibbons, Miss M.S., Authoress 2 1902-03 240
Gibbs, Roscoe, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 49
Gidleigh, Marsh, 20 1938-39 222
Gidleigh, Chapel of La Wallen, 11 1920-21 129
Gidley, Family, 17 1932-33 321
Giffard (Gifford), Alice, 1275, Clovelly, 2 1902-03 188
Giffard, Family, 27 1956-58 38, 55
Giffard, Family, 23 1947-49 38
Giffard, Family, 26 1954-55 116
Giffard, Fee, Prouz family, And the, 6 1910-11 51
Giffard, George, 10 1918-19 166
Giffard, Hardinge Franck, In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 217
Giffard, Monument at Chittlehampton, 27 1956-58 38
Giffard, Pronunciation of, 4 1906-07 113
Giffard, Walter, 22 1942-46 146
Giffard, Whitchurch Fee, 1 1900-01 63, 77,
Giffard,   32 1971-73 148, 266
Gifford, Family, 17 1932-33 377
Gifford, Humfrey, 16 1930-31 210
Gifford, John, 17 1932-33 60
Gilbert (formerly Giddy), Arms, 13 1924-25 356
Gilbert, Captain Bart. 17 1932-33 321
Gilbert, Davies, papers of, 11 1920-21 152
Gilbert, Family, 14 1926-27 29, 251, 311
Gilbert, John, Archbishop of York, 15 1928-29 348
Gilbert, Lt,General Sir Walter Raleigh, Bart., G.C.B., 22 1942-46 129
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, 16 1930-31 102
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, Portrait of, 1 1900-01 132
Gilbert-Prideaux family,   5 1908-09 70
Gild , Ordinances, 31 1968-70 235
Gilds,   17 1932-33 310
Gilds, In Devon and Cornwal, 14 1926-27 225
Gill, Family, 27 1956-58 224
Gill, John, of Penryn 28 1959-61 329
Gillett, Jonathan,Plymouth Emigrant 1630, 1 1900-01 255
Gillette, Family of Devon and New England, 2 1902-03 62
Gittisham, Church, Chair in, 20 1938-39 79
Gittisham, Putt Hatchments at, 19 1936-37 300
Gittisham, Register Entry on a Deserter, 1 1900-01 133
Glanville, Ann, 36 1987-91 127
Glanville, Family, 8 1914-15 127, 155,
Glanville, Family, 13 1924-25 317
Glanville, Samuel, Minor County Worthy, 8 1914-15 33
Glanville, William of Exeter, 12 1922-23 107
Glanville, William, 16 1930-31 9
Glass Kilns, Countess Wear, 10 1918-19 84, 110, 112, 257
Glass Making in Devon, Topsham, 19th Century, 1 1900-01 135
Glass, Ancient Stained, 17 1932-33 299
Glass, Ancient, 15 1928-29 242
Glass, Ancient, Wolborough, 22 1942-46 226, 261, 276
Glass, Dr. Thomas, 34 1978-81 169, 254
Glass, Heraldic, 18 1934-35 146, 233
Glass, Kilns at Countess Wear, 22 1942-46 151
Glebe Terriers,   36 1987-91 137
Glee Club, Devon, 1 1900-01 72, 120
Glendower, Owen, 20 1938-39 123
Glorious Revolution, Events of 1688, 36 1987-91 81, 216, 255
Glubb, Rev.Peter, 27 1956-58 121
Glyn, John, 14 1926-27 32
Goddard, Anthony and the Defence of Plymouth 1599 9 1916-17 52
Godfrey of Totnes, Arms of, 4 1906-07 247
Godlonton MSS,   11 1920-21 56
Godolphin, Family, 16 1930-31 17
Godolphin, Family, 15 1928-29 194, 294, 366
Godwin, Matthew, 35 1982-86 133
Gogmagog, On Plymouth Hoe, 16 1930-31 197
Gold, Family, 29 1962-64 123
Goldsmith, Oliver, Presence in Devonshire 2 1902-03 190, 214,
Goldsmiths, Company of Exeter, 3 1904-05 154
Goldsmiths, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 240, 262, 297, 320
Goldsmiths, Devon, Of, 4 1906-07 88
Goldsmiths, Exeter, 7 1912-13 183
Goldsmiths, Exeter, 1580 34 1978-81 285
Goldsmiths, Two of Devonshire, 4 1906-07 149
Goldsmiths, Williams Family, 36 1987-91 20, 69
Goldsworth(y), Families, 10 1918-19 182, 311, 312
Goldsworthy, Family, 11 1920-21 42
Goldsworthy, Family, 10 1918-19 272
Golsworthy, James, 35 1982-86 319, 394
Golsworthy, James, 36 1987-91 109
Goodaver, Stone Circle, 19 1936-37 350
Goodleigh, History MS, 11 1920-21 221
Goodrington, Cemetery, 13 1924-25 115
Goory Honiton,   32 1971-73 218
Goose, Philip Henry, 32 1971-73 155
Goran,   13 1924-25 158
Gordon Riots,   34 1978-81 223
Gorges, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Gorget, Cornish Golden of 1783 6 1910-11 102
Gorgets, Cornish of 1783 12 1922-23 192
Gorran Haven,   30 1965-67 203
Gorran,   15 1928-29 301
Gorway Cross, Teignmouth, 13 1924-25 3, 106
Goss, John of Hatherleigh, 12 1922-23 228
Gossford River,   14 1926-27 19, 71, 72, 198
Gossford River,   13 1924-25 345
Gould, Edward, 14 1926-27 102
Gould, Family, 29 1962-64 123
Gould, S.Baring, 36 1987-91 248
Gould, S.Baring, 13 1924-25 49, 109
Gout, Cure for, 23 1947-49 49
Gracedieu, Sir Bartholomew, St. Ives, 1706, 6 1910-11 46
Graffitti, Foot and Hand, in Churches, 30 1965-67 57
Grafton, Miss, Wessington Court, Hereford, 3 1904-05 128
Grampound, Election expenses 1727, 27 1956-58 17
Grampus, Risso's, Exmouth 1908, 6 1910-11 9
Grand Jury and Their Port Wine,   1 1900-01 101
Grandison, Spelling of, 15 1928-29 60, 105
Grandison, Bishop, 12 1922-23 357
Grandisson, Bishop John de, 13 1924-25 25, 70, 173, 347
Grandisson, Bishop, 'Life of Thomas The Martyr', 12 1922-23 247
Grandisson, Bishop, 'Life of Thomas The Martyr', 12 1922-23 302
Grandisson, Chantry chapel, 17 1932-33 157, 232
Grandisson, Grave of, 16 1930-31 113
Grandisson, Versus Graunson, 14 1926-27 117
Grandisson, Vestment of Bishop, in the Azores, 5 1908-09 39
Grange Estate, Broadhembury, 3 1904-05 41, 73, 107,
Grange, Heraldic Scrolls, 3 1904-05 44, 107,
Granger, Edmund and Rougemont House, 20 1938-39 286
Granger, Edmund, 17 1932-33 221
Granite Quarries,   32 1971-73 13
Granite Stones, South Zeal, South Tawton, 19 1936-37 80
Granite tomb cover with cross,   14 1926-27 268
Granite, Block, Cyclopaean shape 17 1932-33 203
Grant, Rev.Franceis Bazett, 31 1968-70 194
Granvill,   10 1918-19 92
Granvill, Family History of, 6 1910-11 22
Granvill, Family History of, 5 1908-09 145
Granvill, Leach Connection, 2 1902-03 58, 92,
Granville, Rev.Sub-Dean of Exeter, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 250
Gray's Inn, Members, 17 1932-33 266
Great Fulford, Notes on, 1 1900-01 1
Great Fulford, Shield of Arms at, 1 1900-01 4
Great Fulford,   26 1954-55 88
Great Gutton Farm, Wood carving at, 11 1920-21 81
Great Torrington, Borough Arms of, 23 1947-49 387
Great Torrington, Church Sounding Board, 7 1912-13 241
Great Torrington, Fresco Work, 2 1902-03 109
Great Torrington, Out Hurling, 12 1922-23 153
Great Torrington, Portrait of King George III 12 1922-23 8
Great Torrington, Sir Richard Whittington, And, 2 1902-03 150
Great Torrington, Vicissitudes of the ancient tower of the church, 21 1940-41 32
Great Torrington,   23 1947-49 367
Great Torrington,   19 1936-37 146, 256
Grecians, Nicknames, Exeter, 10 1918-19 90
Greenway, Family, 32 1971-73 24
Greenway, Family, 27 1956-58 245
Greenway, Family, 30 1965-67 59
Greenway, House, 30 1965-67 318
Greenway, John of Tiverton, 3 1904-05 56
Greenway, John of Tiverton, 2 1902-03 253
Greenwell Down, Lost tracks, 34 1978-81 27
Gregor, William, 26 1954-55 24
Grenville, Daughter of Sir Bevil, 18 1934-35 215
Grenville, Family, 34 1978-81 134, 254
Grenville, Family, 26 1954-55 15
Grenville, George, 27 1956-58 125
Grenville, Richard, 18 1934-35 277
Grenville, Sir Richard, 15 1928-29 245
Grenville, Theobald, 13 1924-25 186
Grey, Family, 21 1940-41 15, 217
Grey, Harry, 35 1982-86 180
Grey, John and Alice of Exeter, 21 1940-41 277, 323
Gribble, John, 13 1924-25 220
Griest mills, Ancient, 14 1926-27 349
Grigg, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Grigg, Family, 29 1962-64 29
Grills (Grylles), Family, 17 1932-33 227
Grills, Family, 26 1954-55 25, 62
Grimsley Powder mill,   35 1982-86 316
Grimspound, Etymology of, 10 1918-19 291
Groom,   23 1947-49 179
Grose, Samuel, M.D., 11 1920-21 49
Grosse, Family, 33 1974-77 28
Grouse, Dartmoor, 11 1920-21 38
Grouse, Dartmoor, On, 10 1918-19 305
Grove, Henry, 1684-1738, 4 1906-07 198
Grove, Henry, Vicar of Pinhoe, 1662, 5 1908-09 76
Grove, Robert, Earl of, 37 1992-96 319
Guard, Lt.General William, 18 1934-35 194
Guernsey, Charter in Exeter, 12 1922-23 243
Guide books, Church, 35 1982-86 161
Guild of Tinmen,   13 1924-25 187
Guild, Of Our Lady, Hatherleigh, 21 1940-41 71
Guilds,   15 1928-29 43
Gules 3 rests or,   26 1954-55 62
Gulls,   27 1956-58 88
Gumb, Daniel, 14 1926-27 79
Gundry, Family, 25 1952-53 125
Gundry, Hugh of Sidbury, 7 1912-13 106
Gurney, Sir Goldsworthy, 33 1974-77 135
Gurridge, Name for hand-barrow, 11 1920-21 218
Gwennap,   23 1947-49 400
Gwithian,   30 1965-67 25
Gyll, Richard, 10 1918-19 221
Gyndage-Rummage, Fowey at, 8 1914-15 8
H.C.H. (Bideford),   13 1924-25 297
H.E.I.C.S., Blundell's School and the, 21 1940-41 324
H.E.I.C.S.,   18 1934-35 307
Haccombe, Mohun Chronicle, 4 1906-07 17, 249,
Haccombe, Name derivation, 10 1918-19 91, 122
Haccombe,   15 1928-29 75
Haccombe,   14 1926-27 22
Haccombe,   12 1922-23 366-384
Haggard, Henry Rider, 35 1982-86 254
Hagioscope, Culmstock Church, At, 7 1912-13 49
Hagley, Family, 31 1968-70 155
Halberton,   32 1971-73 178, 214
Halberton, Col.John Were of Court Place, 4 1906-07 153
Halberton, Spicer's Charity, 33 1974-77 85
Halberton,   23 1947-49 395
Halberton,   21 1940-41 210
Halberton,   19 1936-37 178
Halberton,   17 1932-33 273, 315, 375
Haldon House, House, Court Rolls at, 10 1918-19 205
Haldon, House Library, 20 1938-39 84
Haldon,   27 1956-58 312
Haldon, Duel, 18 1934-35 72
Haldon,   15 1928-29 353
Haldon, Monk of, 11 1920-21 78
Halewell, John, 14 1926-27 32
Halfpence, Early copper at Bishopsteignton, 22 1942-46 214
Half-timber houses,   17 1932-33 42
Hall, Capt. And the 'Tigress' of Appledore, 22 1942-46 164
Hall, Capt. And the 'Tigress' of Appledore, 23 1947-49 364
Hall, Humphrey, of Manadon, d.1801, 3 1904-05 102
Hall, Nicholas, Treasurer Exeter Cathedral, 6 1910-11 195
Halletts, Joseph, The Mint Meeting, 4 1906-07 13
Halletts, Min Meeting, And The, 3 1904-05 254
Halley, Arms and Pedigree of, 4 1906-07 87, 194, 232,
Hallsands, Notes on, 2 1902-03 139
Hals, Family, 23 1947-49 51
Halse, Family, 31 1968-70 90
Halse, John, 31 1968-70 153, 191
Halsetown and Sir Henry Irving,   26 1954-55 212
Halwell, Church Seat, 4 1906-07 241
Halwell, Richard, 26 1954-55 110
Halwell, Church MS, 25 1952-53 120
Halwell, Sir John, 25 1952-53 195
Halwell,   15 1928-29 355
Halwill Manor and North Lew, Court Roll, 8 1914-15 123
Halwill,   33 1974-77 118
Halwyn manor (Cornwall),   13 1924-25 214
Halwyn,   33 1974-77 356
Hamblyn/Hamlyn, Family, 33 1974-77 182
Hamilton, Lady, 15 1928-29 2
Hamilton, William, 14 1926-27 6
Hamley, Family, 32 1971-73 59
Hamley, Family, 33 1974-77 356
Hamley,   19 1936-37 26, 265,
Hamlyn and Hambley, Origin of names, 7 1912-13 178
Hampshire,   29 1962-64 113, 227
Hampshire, Henry, Tobacco Merchant, inventory, 9 1916-17 151
Hampshire, Henry of Honiton, Inventory 1690, 2 1902-03 242
Hams, South and North, Origins, 1 1900-01 17
Hanger Farm, Cornwood, cross, 12 1922-23 31
Hangman, Public for Devon, 23 1947-49 79
Hanmer, Family, 27 1956-58 16, 212, 247
Hann, Family, 16 1930-31 11
Hann, Family, 15 1928-29 348
Hann, Isaac, 35 1982-86 312
Hann, Reverend, 37 1992-96 112
Hannaford, J., 23 1947-49 267
Hanning, William, 36 1987-91 336
Hanoverians and Jacobites, Tree planting, 10 1918-19 224
Hansford,   24 1950-51 92
Harberton, Inglebourn in, 6 1910-11 64
Harberton, Sepulchral slab with cross, 11 1920-21 113
Harbottle, E.H.,   34 1978-81 123
Harbours of Cornwall,   29 1962-64 270
Harbours, Axmouth, 32 1971-73 97
Harcourt, F.M. Earl William, 16 1930-31 5
Harcourt, Family, 15 1928-29 194, 349, 351
Harcourt, Family, 14 1926-27 264
Harcourt, Family, 13 1924-25 198, 255, 352
Harcourt, Field Marshal Earl, and Plymouth, 19 1936-37 37
Harcourt, Of Bradninch, 16 1930-31 12
Harcourt, Sir Robert, 16 1930-31 6
Harcourt, Surname, 25 1952-53 49
Harding, Collection, Availability of, 12 1922-23 7
Harding, Lt.Col.William, 19 1936-37 166
Hareston Manor, Brixton, 23 1947-49 363
Harford, church dedication, 14 1926-27 222, 267
Hargrave, John, portait artist, 10 1918-19 29
Harlyn,   29 1962-64 90
Harold's alias St.Nicholas' Fee or Manor,   12 1922-23 42, 43
Harold's Fee,   12 1922-23 75, 131, 212, 255,
Harpford,   29 1962-64 200
Harpford,   16 1930-31 159
Harriott, Thomas, 15 1928-29 37
Harris, Camborne, 16 1930-31 9
Harris, Christopher, 37 1992-96 82, 157
Harris, Family, 27 1956-58 245
Harris, G.T., Memoir of, 20 1938-39 241
Harris, John, 18 1934-35 319
Harris, Radford, 16 1930-31 338
Harris, Thomas, draft will, Ashburton, 11 1920-21 49
Harris, Wortham and Pickwell, Of, 7 1912-13 120, 178, 211, 256,
Harrs,   13 1924-25 296
Hart, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Harte, William, 17 1932-33  
Hartland, Church Armour, 12 1922-23 329
Hartland, Church sittings in , 1613, 11 1920-21 16, 112
Hartland, Epitaph, 13 1924-25 97
Hartland, Expression 'pandles', 11 1920-21 147
Hartland, Frederetta Romney, A Novel, 10 1918-19 168
Hartland, Heraldry of St.Nectan's Church, 23 1947-49 307
Hartland, Hercules Promontory, 2 1902-03 69
Hartland, Menhir, 16 1930-31 1
Hartland, Plant names, 16 1930-31 64
Hartland, Point and Hercules, 23 1947-49 314
Hartland, Point, 24 1950-51 20
Hartland, Quay, 23 1947-49 262
Hartland, St. Clare's Well, 12 1922-23 314
Hartland, St.Catherine's Chapel, 23 1947-49 181, 270
Hartland, St.Leonard's Chapel, 16 1930-31 31
Hartland,   15 1928-29 17, 49, 105, 126, 241
Hartland,   31 1968-70 140
Hartland,   14 1926-27 10, 172, 328, 368
Harton 'Tomb' or 'Tomb Stone',   13 1924-25 26
Hart-Smith, C.L., In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 193
Harvard, College, Benefactor to, 19 1936-37 181
Harvest customs (Devon),   13 1924-25 314
Harvest Flower,   24 1950-51 95
Harvey, Family of Columb John, 8 1914-15 27, 190,
Harvy, George,   14 22  
Harward, Family and Hayne House, 30 1965-67 270
Harwood or Harewood, Arms of, 3 1904-05 157
Hastings, de, Joanna, 20 1938-39 318
Hastings, Warren, Connection with Topsham, 10 1918-19 292
Hasworthy,   14 1926-27 224
Hat wearing on Sundays,   11 1920-21 39
Hatchments, Wolford Chapel, 21 1940-41 79
Hatherleigh, Meeting House, 6 1910-11 48, 128,
Hatherleigh, Meting House, 5 1908-09 147
Hatherleigh, Old Custom, 10 1918-19 316
Hatherleigh, Pamphlet, 13 1924-25 173
Hatherleigh, Rev.G.Lisant, 6 1910-11 64
Hatherleigh, Rev.George Lissant, 5 1908-09 147
Hatherleigh, Short's MS history of, 22 1942-46 281, 332
Hatherleigh, Short's MS History, 13 1924-25 289, 293, 383
Hatherleigh, St.Christopher, 13 1924-25 289, 293
Hatherleigh,   21 1940-41 71
Hat-pegs, In Churches, 11 1920-21 38
Hat-pegs, In Churches, 10 1918-19 307
Haunted, Bodies, 27 1956-58 19
Haunted, Churchyards, 27 1956-58 85
Haunted, Heads, 27 1956-58 19
Hawker, "Passon", 29 1962-64 238
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 33 1974-77 327
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 34 1978-81 13, 104, 161, 188
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 22 1942-46 97
Hawker, Rev.R.S., of Morwenstow, 6 1910-11 89
Hawkeridge, William, 14 1926-27 154, 201
Hawkin, John, Barnstaple Inventory of 14th century, 3 1904-05 86
Hawkins, Edward, Mayor of Saltash, 30 1965-67 276
Hawkins, Lady, 14 1926-27 118
Hawks and Hawking, Falconry generally, 5 1908-09 224-242
Hawley's Hall,   15 1928-29 343
Haydon, Benjamin Robert, Painter, 1 1900-01 49
Haydon, Family, 24 1950-51 191
Haydon, Family, 22 1942-46 280, 331
Haydon, Family, 2 1902-03 91
Haydon, G.H., 14 1926-27 19
Haydon, G.H., 13 1924-25 348
Haydon, Picture by, 16 1930-31 71, 113
Haydon, Woodbury and Ottery St.Mary, Descent of, 1 1900-01 225
Hayes Barton,   15 1928-29 113, 174
Hayes Prebend,   12 1922-23 246
Hayes, John, 28 1959-61 329
Hayes, John, 30 1965-67 23
Hayes, John, 31 1968-70 194
Hayman, Family, 9 1916-17 96, 119
Hayman, Samuel, 26 1954-55 116
Hayne House and the Harward Family,   30 1965-67 270
Hayne House,   31 1968-70 190
Haytor, Granite quarries, 32 1971-73 13
Hayward, Rowland, 13 1924-25 197
Heads, haunted, 27 1956-58 19
Headstone cutter's account book,   29 1962-64 247
Headstones,   10 1918-19 125
Headstones, Crediton , 1830 10 1918-19 270
Headstones, Early in Devon, 8 1914-15 59
Health Service, Early Devon, 23 1947-49 137
Health Service, Harpford, 29 1962-64 200
Heanton Punchardon, Burning of the church, 11 1920-21 197
Heanton Punchardon, Church Band, 10 1918-19 47
Heanton Punchardon, Fire at c.1285 11 1920-21 97
Hearder, Surname, 29 1962-64 263
Hearst, Mary, 27 1956-58 85
Hearth Tax Returns,   24 1950-51 211
Hearth-money,   20 1938-39 94
Heart's Delight, Place-name, 12 1922-23 201
Heathfield, Lord, 36 1987-91 336
Heavitree, Breweries, 34 1978-81 211
Heavitree, Church Orders, 1586, 1 1900-01 59
Heavitree, Church tower, 34 1978-81 123
Heavitree, Church, Exeter, Painted Panels in, 6 1910-11 133
Heavitree, Derivation of name, 9 1916-17 127, 153, 180, 182
Heavitree,   29 1962-64 91
Heavitree,   31 1968-70 250
Heavitree,   32 1971-73 282
Heavitree,   15 1928-29 328
Heberden, Thomas, 16 1930-31 272
Hedgebank in Devon,   36 1987-91 301
Hele, Babcombe, 12 1922-23 297
Hele, Family, 26 1954-55 62
Hele, Family, 25 1952-53 223
Hele, Family, 12 1922-23 296
Hele, Family, 7 1912-13 21, 62, 63,
Hele, Sneed Park House, 6 1910-11 223
Helford,   15 1928-29 164
Helland, Church, Patron Saint of, 23 1947-49 342
Hellions Barton,   20 1938-39 215
Helston, MS History, Francis James, 8 1914-15 158
Helston, Riot at 1791, 10 1918-19 315
Hembury, Devon, 37 1992-96 303
Hembury, Fort, 17 1932-33 43, 146, 112
Hemerdon, Plympton, Court Rolls of the Manor of, 3 1904-05 108
Hemerdon, Manor, 27 1956-58 298
Hemp growing at Combe Martin,   36 1987-91 110
Hempstone, John (Will), 18 1934-35 32
Hempstone, Little, 13 1924-25 292
Hems, Harry, 33 1974-77 290
Hemyock,   29 1962-64 253
Hemyock,   34 1978-81 36
Hemyock,   23 1947-49 47
Hemyock, Castle, 15 1928-29 182, 206, 253
Hemyock, Fire, 1693, Sessions Rolls, 9 1916-17 156
Henbery, Family, 15 1928-29 91
Hennock,   29 1962-64 61
Hennock,   24 1950-51 14
Henry III, Visit to Devon, 20 1938-39 74
Henry VI,   17 1932-33 251, 291
Henry VII, King, Badges of, 7 1912-13 57
Hentor Warren, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 97
Henwood Darley, Dingle family, 34 1978-81 82
Heppastebe, Manor of, 36 1987-91 217
Heraldic Glass, Exeter Cathedral, 7 1912-13 174
Heraldic Glass, Slapton Church, 7 1912-13 46
Heraldic Glass, Slapton Church, 6 1910-11 149, 187, 253,
Heraldry, Alwington Church, 20 1938-39 324
Heraldry, Exeter Cathedral East Window, 7 1912-13 283
Heraldry, Weare Giffard Hall, 20 1938-39 273
Heraldry,   32 1971-73 53
Heraldry,   23 1947-49 307
Herb-lore, Oil of Exeter, 14 1926-27 109
Herbs, Usage in Devon, 2 1902-03 72
Hercules and Hartland Point,   24 1950-51 20
Hercules Promontory, Hartland Point, 2 1902-03 69
Heresy,   33 1974-77 68
Heriot,   27 1956-58 45
Herle, Nicholas, 13 1924-25 54
Herle, Sir John, 21 1940-41 114
Hermit, Vow of, 1450, 10 1918-19 83
Hern, Family, 30 1965-67 60
Hern, Sir Nathaniel and 'Diwimys Conduit, 10 1918-19 121
Hern, Sir Nathaniel, 1674, 9 1916-17 159, 179
Herrick, Robert, poet, 17 1932-33 280
Hersi, Married Before the,, 10 1918-19 86
Hessenford,   13 1924-25 344
Hetesministre, Location of, 7 1912-13 285
Hew, Allusion to in poem on William of Orange, 2 1902-03 66
Hewett, MS memoirs, 16 1930-31 6
Hewitt, Sarah, 23 1947-49 31
Hewitt, Sarah, 22 1942-46 300
Hext and Pollard, Families, 12 1922-23 343
Hext, Family, 24 1950-51 226
Hexte, John of Breuston, 22 1942-46 70, 101
Hexte, John, 21 1940-41 315
Hexter, W. Artist, 16 1930-31 51
Hexworthy,   18 1934-35 251
Heydon, Family, 35 1982-86 86
Hicks and Hearsey, Admiral Thomas, 5 1908-09 177, 216
Hicks and Hearsey, Hicks family, 6 1910-11 95
Hicks, Mr. R.H., In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Hide and Seek,   23 1947-49 323
Hidon, Arms, 12 1922-23 111, 168, 215, 258, 259
Hidon, Arms, 13 1924-25 16, 60
Higglers,   24 1950-51 95, 131, 157
High Bickington,   15 1928-29 7
High Bickington, Font, 2 1902-03 145
High Bray,   17 1932-33 315
High Jail,   23 1947-49 180, 270, 298, 325
High Rent,   25 1952-53 25, 54
High Rent,   24 1950-51 226
Highwayman, Tom Faggus, 8 1914-15 26, 38,
Highweek,   15 1928-29 124
Higman, Family, 24 1950-51 174
Hill and Nosworthy, Pedigree, 4 1906-07 51
Hill, Family and Pedigress, 15 1928-29 220, 254, 367
Hill, Family, 24 1950-51 190
Hill, Family, 18 1934-35 278
Hill, Isaac, 14 1926-27 380
Hill, John, 14 1926-27 369
Hill, Richard, of Moreton, b.c.1600, 4 1906-07 49, 145,
Hill, Sampson, 14 1926-27 369
Hill, Thomas, 13 1924-25 220
Hille or Rull, Alternative names, 11 1920-21 295
Hiller(s)don, Manor of, Cullompton, 6 1910-11 22
Hillerdon, East, Location of, 5 1908-09 279
Hillersdon, Family, 24 1950-51 79
Hilliard, Nicholas, Miniaturist, 3 1904-05 125
Hillman, Thomas of Coleraine 6 1910-11 167
Hine, J., schoolmaster and poet, 11 1920-21 149, 202,
Hingeston-Randolph, Rev.Preb., In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 158, 164,
Hinkypunk,   15 1928-29 58, 109, 110, 158
Hippisley, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Historic Houses, Marking thereof, 12 1922-23 51
Hoaroak Tree,   29 1962-64 235, 269
Hobby Horse, Padstow, 12 1922-23 145, 216
Hobby Horses,   23 1947-49 156
Hocford,   18 1934-35 373
Hockmore, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Hocktide, Festival of, 9 1916-17 218
Hodder, George, 13 1924-25 276
Hodges, Mr., of Exeter, japanner, 22 1942-46 259
Holbeame and Vigors, Families, 6 1910-11 167
Holberton or Holbeton, Family, Place-name, Newton Ferrers, B503 2 1902-03 88
Holcombe Burnell, Church, 9 1916-17 183, 216
Holcombe Burnell,   17 1932-33 269
Holcombe Court,   30 1965-67 136
Holcombe Rogus, Dog-whippers, 9 1916-17 158, 175, 178, 203
Holcombe,   22 1942-46 280
Holdsworth, Arthur, 14 1926-27 369
Holdsworth, Family, 28 1959-61 187, 236
Holed Stone, Sancreed, 27 1956-58 45
Holeway, Family, 22 1942-46 155
Hollacombe, Parish Registers, 12 1922-23 157
Holland, Family of Weare, 31 1968-70 26
Hollands, Of Bowhill, 18 1934-35 300
Holloway, Thomas, d.1883 12 1922-23 199, 268
Holman, Family of Topsham, 1 1900-01 135
Holman, Francis, Marine Painter, 4 1906-07 118
Holmes, Family, Pedigree of, 5 1908-09 255
Holne Manor, Court of Requests, 15th century, 6 1910-11 118
Holne,   15 1928-29 19
Holne,   14 1926-27 22
Holne, Vicars of, 7 1912-13 140
Holsworthy, Anvil Corner, 23 1947-49 266
Holsworthy, Church, Skeleton in wall of, 12 1922-23 109
Holsworthy, Markets and Fairs, 7 1912-13 32
Holsworthy, St.Jame's chapel, 14 1926-27 297
Holwell, Family, 26 1954-55 8, 52, 72, 208
Holwell, John Z. d.c.1820 Cullompton, Calcutta, 6 1910-11 189
Holwell, John, 27 1956-58 42
Holy Well,   15 1928-29 209
Holywell or Holwyll, Dartmouth, chapel at, 12 1922-23 186
Homage Indentures,   22 1942-46 138
Home Missionary in Devonshire, Journal of, 7 1912-13 184
Honeychurch, Notes on Church etc., 2 1902-03 209
Honeychurch, Poor Law Administration, 18th Century, 1 1900-01 54
Honeychurch, Rectors of, 3 1904-05 27, 30,
Honiton Clist, Yarde Heraldry, 7 1912-13 97, 206
Honiton, Allhallows chapel, 25 1952-53 222
Honiton, Blagdon memorials, 10 1918-19 19-22
Honiton, Borough Seal, 2 1902-03 153
Honiton, Church, Inscription of 1694 lost in Fire of 1911, 9 1916-17 253
Honiton, Chapel, South Molton, 16 1930-31 225
Honiton, Church building in 18th century, 36 1987-91 68
Honiton, Church Seating in 1755, 11 1920-21 270-275, 305
Honiton, Ducking-stool, 20 1938-39 32
Honiton, Fire at St.Michael's Church, 6 1910-11 193
Honiton, Fire of 1911 8 1914-15 127
Honiton, Henry hampshire, Inventory of Goods, 1690, 2 1902-03 242
Honiton, History of, 6 1910-11 156
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 80
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 159
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 205
Honiton, Lace-making, Book published 1880, 9 1916-17 128, 249,
Honiton, Marwood House, 37 1992-96 72
Honiton, Monumnent in church to Capt. Westcott, 2 1902-03 24
Honiton, Registers, 11 1920-21 142
Honiton, Shepherd or Watton Court, 11 1920-21 315
Honiton, Skeleton, newspaper of 1882 11 1920-21 152
Honiton, Tradition of Rebellion, 11 1920-21 32
Honiton,   29 1962-64 220, 224, 257
Honiton,   30 1965-67 13, 28
Honiton,   31 1968-70 14, 34, 173
Honiton,   32 1971-73 48, 71, 110, 129, 185
Honiton,   19 1936-37 29, 319, 322
Honiton,   15 1928-29 283, 373
Honiton,   14 1926-27 23
Honiton,   13 1924-25 199
Honiwell's Diary,   17 1932-33 272
Honiwell's diary,   16 1930-31 243
Hooker, Discourse of Devonshire, Account of, 1 1900-01 184
Hooker, John, 33 1974-77 273, 317
Hooker, John, Ancestors of, 19 1936-37 222, 279, 328
Hooker, John, 'Description of Exeter', 34 1978-81 229, 264
Hooker, Plan of 1587, 17 1932-33 37
Hooper, Family, 21 1940-41 326
Hooper, James, 26 1954-55 90
Hooper, James, 21 1940-41 210
Hoper, Origin of name, 26 1954-55 18, 64, 118
Hoper, Surname or occupation, 26 1954-55 92
Hoper, Surname or Occupation ? 21 1940-41 128, 180, 212
Hoppy Rudda   23 1947-49 315
Hopton, Sir Ralph, 37 1992-96 239
Horae Solitarlae, Author of, 10 1918-19 311
Hore Stone,   15 1928-29 154
Horn-blowing on May Day,   12 1922-23 113
Horneck, Family, 33 1974-77 79
Horned Sparables, Swimbridge, 12 1922-23 345
Horrabridge, Phoenis corn mills, 24 1950-51 19
Horse Dealers' lore,   34 1978-81 38
Horton,   26 1954-55 155
Horton,   14 1926-27 291, 357
Hospital, Naval, Goodrington, 13 1924-25 115
Hospital, St.John, Bridgwater, 9 1916-17 64
Hospital, St.John's, Exeter, 29 1962-64 211
Hospitaller's, Property of, 14 1926-27 13, 350
Hospitaller's, Property of, 13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Hotel, Edwin Ashton, 32 1971-73 24, 155
Houndbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Hour Glasses, References to, 3 1904-05 30
Hour-glasses in church, Clovelly, 12 1922-23 85
Hour-glasses in church, Hartland, 12 1922-23 141
Hour-glasses in church, Pilton and Tawstock, 12 1922-23 139
Household Goods, Plymouth, 17th Century, 30 1965-67 132
Houses, Exeter, 30 1965-67 255
How, John (Honiton), 13 1924-25 199
Howard, Family, 30 1965-67 136
Howard, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Howe, John (Torrington), 13 1924-25 130, 169
Hoyles, Family, 15 1928-29 351
Hoyte, J.C., 13 1924-25 154
Huband, William, 20 1938-39 29
Hudscott Cross,   20 1938-39 83
Hudscott,   25 1952-53 26
Hudson, Birthplace of Thomas, 18 1934-35 35
Hudson, Portrait by, 20 1938-39 77
Hudson, Thomas and Sir Joshua Reynolds, 7 1912-13 277
Hudson, Thomas, Portraits by, 8 1914-15 29, 128,
Hudson, W.H., 13 1924-25 302
Hugo, Clan Papers IV, 25 1952-53 203
Hugo, Family, 24 1950-51 49, 99, 186, 209, 231
Huguenots, Devon, 25 1952-53 106
Huguenots, Manufacturers in Devon, 13 1924-25 24, 164
Huguenots, Manufacturers in Devon, 12 1922-23 198, 268
Huguenots, Refugee, 16 1930-31 364
Huguenots, See French Protestant Congregations, 35 1982-86  
Huguenots,   23 1947-49 30
Huguenots,   22 1942-46 368
Hulham,   22 1942-46 146
Hull, Sir William, Quay, 35 1982-86 41
Humphry, Family of Honiton, 10 1918-19 56
Humphry, Ozias, A.R.A., F.S.A., 11 1920-21 116
Hundred Court, Hemyock, 29 1962-64 253
Hundred, of Winkleigh, 21 1940-41 86
Hundred, of Witheridge, 21 1940-41 132
Hundreds, Boundaries of Ancient, 11 1920-21 256
Hundreds, Cornish, 30 1965-67 36
Hundreds, Cornish, 12 1922-23 357
Hundreds, Cornish, 18 1934-35 177
Hundreds, Cornish, 12 1922-23 325
Hundreds, In the Exeter Manumission, 20 1938-39 388
Hundredweight, Westcountry, 24 1950-51 96
Hunt, Family of 9 1916-17 21, 158
Hunt, William, 27 1956-58 153
Hunte, William, 14 1926-27 24
Hurdle, E.H., 13 1924-25 31
Hurling, Cornwall, in, 11 1920-21 4
Hurst, Family, 27 1956-58 317
Husbandry in Devonshire,   23 1947-49 52
Husenbeth, V.Rev.Provost F.C., d.1872, Cornish marriage,, 6 1910-11 222
Hussars, Royal North Devon, Formation of 1803, 1 1900-01 76
Hussey, Colonel, of Halberton ?, 30 1965-67 22
Hut Circle Sites,   24 1950-51 14
Hut Circles, Merrivale, 22 1942-46 97
Hutchins, Humphrie, 17 1932-33 373
Huxham, John, 14 1926-27 109
Huxham, Paper mill, 15 1928-29 153
Huxley, Professor and 'A Devonshire Man', 3 1904-05 176
Huxtable, Family of Swincombe, 30 1965-67 105
Hymnology of Devon,   24 1950-51 214
I.P.M. Extracts, 16th Century, 29 1962-64 298
Ice-houses,   33 1974-77 91
Iddesleigh,   29 1962-64 23
Iddesleigh,   33 1974-77 216
Iddesleigh,   15 1928-29 80
Ide,   17 1932-33 161
Ideford, Rectors of, 25 1952-53 191
Ilbert, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Ilbert, Domesday mention of, 10 1918-19 305
Ilfracombe, Alfred's Combe ?, 8 1914-15 235, 236
Ilfracombe, In 1884, 29 1962-64 180
Ilfracombe, Parish Registers in 1602, 7 1912-13 63, 107,
Ilfracombe,   21 1940-41 18
Ilfracombe,   15 1928-29 37, 128, 139, 165
Illegitimacy, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 220
Ilsington,   23 1947-49 345
Ilsington, Accident in 1639 11 1920-21 275
Ilsington, Brickmaking, 31 1968-70 185
Ilsington, Charities, 31 1968-70 184
Ilsington, Church bells, 31 1968-70 218
Ilsington, Clog making, 31 1968-70 186
Ilsington, Fauna, 31 1968-70 115
Ilsington, Field names, 31 1968-70 117
Ilsington, Illegitimacy, 31 1968-70 220
Ilsington, Ledger Stone, 33 1974-77 22
Ilsington, Middlecott, 37 1992-96 220, 252, 283
Ilsington, Poor House, in 1815, 30 1965-67 195
Ilsington, Village history, 31 1968-70 183
Ilsington,   34 1978-81 201, 240
Ilsington,   24 1950-51 28, 70, 103
Ince, Castle, Early history of, 36 1987-91 169, 196, 239, 292, 331, 370
Ince, Henry, 20 1938-39 269
Incumbents, Devon and Cornwall, 9 1916-17 160, 224,
Incumbents, Parish, 7 1912-13 247
Indentures and Bonds,   25 1952-53 108
India, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
Inglebourn, Harberton, In, 6 1910-11 64
Inkpen, Family, 11 1920-21 96, 165
Inn Signs, Anchor and Bodices, 10 1918-19 224
Inn Signs, Black Dog, 11 1920-21 97
Inn Signs, Change of name, at Northleigh, 30 1965-67 257
Inn Signs, Devonshire, 2 1902-03 83
Inn Signs, Hatchet and Compass, Ottery St.Mary, 10 1918-19 298
Inn Signs, King of Prussia, 11 1920-21 93, 143
Inns and taverns, Honiton, 31 1968-70 14, 34
Inquisition P.M., Bydwell, Denise, 13 1924-25 107
Inquisition P.M., Bydwell, Richard, 13 1924-25 107
Inquisition P.M., Carmenow, Margaret, 13 1924-25 42
Inquisition P.M., Devon, 3 1904-05 63
Inquisition P.M.,   22 1942-46 334
Inscribed stone, Mawgan-in-Meneage, 28 1959-61 281
Inscriptions, Devon Churches, In, 4 1906-07 23
Institutions, By Chapter of Canterbury 14 1926-27 21
Instow,   23 1947-49 219
Interments, Devon Antiquaries and Scientists, Of, 7 1912-13 48
Invasion Scare, 1383 12 1922-23 86
Invective,   33 1974-77 49, 90
Inventories,   13 1924-25 75, 220
Inventories, Devon, 30 1965-67 288
Inventories,   31 1968-70 182
Inventories,   32 1971-73 15, 79
Inventory, 0f 1607, 17 1932-33 362
Inventory, Bedford House, 17 1932-33 17
Inventory, Edward Gould of 27 1956-58 59
Inwardleigh,   30 1965-67 240
Ipplepen, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Ipplepen, Arms of Bishop Lacy on Font, 3 1904-05 89
Ipplepen, Silver Chalice in Church, 9 1916-17 63
Ireland, Cromwellian settlement of, 23 1947-49 144
Ireland, Roger, 14 1926-27 23
Irish saints and their 'lechs',   15 1928-29 101, 159
Iron, Mines, 33 1974-77 180
Iron, Puts in East Devon, 16 1930-31 39
Iron, Smelting site, 32 1971-73 215
Iron, Smelting, 34 1978-81 36
Irving, Sir Henry and Cornwall, 26 1954-55 212
Isabella, Queen, 15 1928-29 244
Isacke, Monument at Widworthy, 19 1936-37 216
Isacke, Nicholas, Mayor of Exeter, 1661 9 1916-17 7
Isbell Cottage, Trewint, 30 1965-67 240
Itineraries,   9 1916-17 60
Itton, Manor of, 2 1902-03 61
Ivybridge, Highland House, 25 1952-53 48
Ivybridge, Princetown, A New Road, 7 1912-13 274
Jack-a-Lantern,   12 1922-23 204, 206
Jack-a-Lantern,   11 1920-21 86, 163
Jackeson, John, 14 1926-27 23
Jack's House and Johnny Cope's House,   15 1928-29 291, 370
Jack's House,   16 1930-31 10
Jackson, Family, 13 1924-25 325
Jackson, William, 37 1992-96 90
Jackson, William, 27 1956-58 7, 24
Jackson, William, 26 1954-55 221, 239
Jackson, William, 19 1936-37 206
Jacob or James, Appearance of the names, 10 1918-19 114
Jacob or James,   10 1918-19 160, 161
Jacobites and Hanoverians, Tree planting, 10 1918-19 224
Jago, Family, 15 1928-29 301
Jago, Family, 13 1924-25 158
Jago, Walter, 14 1926-27 369
James II,   15 1928-29 95
James or Jacob,   10 1918-19 160
James, Admiral Bartholomew, Letter of 1799, 3 1904-05 174, 238,
James, Martin, 14 1926-27 23
JAP, Silversmith, identity of, 37 1992-96 313
Jay's Grave, North Bovey, 1 1900-01 251,
Jefferies, Anne, 13 1924-25 312
Jellard, Family, 14 1926-27 65
Jellard, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Jellett or Gillett, Jonathan,Plymouth Emigrant 1630, 1 1900-01 255
Jenking, Family, 31 1968-70 192, 251
Jermingham, Chevalier, 15 1928-29 6
Jerrard, Family, 11 1920-21 251, 305
Jersey, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
Jessop, William, 22 1942-46 267
Jesus Day Sermons,   5 1908-09 93
Jewell, John, 15 1928-29 351
Jews, In Devon, 14 1926-27 59
Jillett, Jonathan, Gillette family, 2 1902-03 62
Joce, Family, 27 1956-58 236
Joel the Knight, Canons of Plympton, And the, 3 1904-05 107
Johns, Major Richard, 34 1978-81 210
Johnson alias Bolt,   13 1924-25 53, 110
Johnson, John, architect and surveyor, 33 1974-77 312
Jones, Christopher, Woolcomber and Poet, 1 1900-01 69, 109
Jones, Rev. John Pike, Antiquary b.1790, 3 1904-05 193
Jones, Rev.John Pike, 'Botanical Tour', 1820, 4 1906-07 91
Journals of Dr. Jonathan Couch,   34 1978-81 341
Jower Netherton, Location of, Combe-in-Teignhead, 1 1900-01 79, 107,
Joyce, Of Up-Ottery, 16 1930-31 103
Jubilee, D & C N & Q 24 1950-51 1
Judhel, Exeter House of, 12 1922-23 78
Jury, The Cornish, 24 1950-51 226
Justices of the Peace,   32 1971-73 83
Justment, Use of word in documents, 11 1920-21 76
Karslake, Family, 17 1932-33 128
Karslake,   16 1930-31 316
Keats, John, Ancestry of, 8 1914-15 76
Keats, John, 13 1924-25 300
Keats, John, Ancestry of, 7 1912-13 79
Keble,   18 1934-35 159
Keigwin, John, of Mousehole, 1641-1716, 30 1965-67 247
Kekewich, Claim against by John Ivie, 1800 2 1902-03 171
Kekewich, Col. Robert, 31 1968-70 194, 251
Kekewich, Col. Robert, 34 1978-81 299
Kekewich, Major-General Robert G., In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 137
Kelleway, Monument at Branscombe, 4 1906-07 99
Kelliwic,   27 1956-58 225
Kellock, Thomas Creaser, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 160
Kellond, Family, 28 1959-61 221, 266
Kelloway, Identification, 37 1992-96 271
Kellways and de Esse families,   7 1912-13 139
Kelly, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Kelly, Green Chapel, St.Tudy, 32 1971-73 7
Kelly, Jane, 14 1926-27 302
Kelly, William, 14 1926-27 326
Kelway, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Kemp, Charles, 15 1928-29 307
Kemp, John, 14 1926-27 32
Kempenfelt, Richard, 37 1992-96 244
Kempthorne, Family, 13 1924-25 3
Kempthorne, Admiral Sir John, 29 1962-64 21
Kendall, Sir John, 24 1950-51 60
Kenn Deanery, Notes on Churches of, 9 1916-17 217
Kenn Deanery, Notes on Churches of, 8 1914-15 3
Kenn,   29 1962-64 91
Kenn, Churches in Deanery of, 8 1914-15 141, 222,
Kenn, Churches in Deanery of, 7 1912-13 100, 101, 123, 124,
Kennall, John, 14 1926-27 23
Kennedon farm, Sherford, 16 1930-31 337
Kennicott, Commander Gilbert, 8 1914-15 208
Kennicott, Commander, 9 1916-17 16
Kennicott, Family, 13 1924-25 152
Kent, Revd., family, 12 1922-23 159
Kent, Thomas, 14 1926-27 24
Kentisbeare, Church, 17 1932-33 366
Kentisbeare, Church, 14 1926-27 13
Kentisbeare, Church, Cleeve Memorial, 36 1987-91 37
Kentisbeare, History of, 18 1934-35 234
Kentisbeare, School, 18 1934-35 216
Kentisbeare,   15 1928-29 201
Kenton, Annexation to Salisbury, 12 1922-23 57
Kenton, Manor, 15 1928-29 244
Kenton, Oxton House, 3 1904-05 16, 55, 93,
Keppel, Frederick, bishop of Exeter, 34 1978-81 45
Kerkeet, Arms, 13 1924-25 157
Kerslake ?, or Carslake ?, Tiverton, 22 1942-46 180
Kerswell (Carswell), Cell of Montacute, 20 1938-39 110
Kerswell, Family, 20 1938-39 77
Keyes, Roger, 17 1932-33 292
Keyworth, Family, 13 1924-25 254
Kidley, William, 6 1910-11 117
Kilkhampton, Castle, 23 1947-49 297
Kilkhampton,   24 1950-51 33
Kilkhampton,   13 1924-25 186
Killegrew, Catherine, d.1584, 5 1908-09 224
Killigrew, Charlotte Hessen, 12 1922-23 9, 72
Killigrew, Family in 16th century, 4 1906-07 126
Killigrew, Sir Henry, 30 1965-67 207
Kilmington, Church, 18 1934-35 228
Kilmington, Church, 17 1932-33 111
Kilmington, Old Yew, 19 1936-37 74
Kilmington,   28 1959-61 53
Kilworthy, Coats of arms at, 13 1924-25 316
King, Family, 8 1914-15 159
King, Alfred and Devonshire, 2 1902-03 4, 114, 147, 178,
King, Athelstan, 23 1947-49 337
King, Henry VII, Badges of, 7 1912-13 57, 103, 104, 105,
King, John, Artist, 6 1910-11 103, 149,
King, Mock At Lostwithiel, 13 1924-25 35
King, Of Prussia, Public house sign, 14 1926-27 211, 266, 315
King, Of Prussia, Public house sign, 11 1920-21 93, 143
King, Philip, 23 1947-49 385
King, R.J., family of, 16 1930-31 338
King, Richard John, M.A., In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 160, 222
Kingdon, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Kingdon, Manor, 15 1928-29 245, 297
Kingkerswell, Granite Crosses at, 10 1918-19 252
Kingkerswell, Name Derivation, 1 1900-01 47, 70, 71,
King's Evil,   14 1926-27 378
King's Nympton, Church, 17 1932-33 169
Kingsand,   31 1968-70 121
Kingsbridge, Birthplace of John Cranch, Artist, 1791, 1 1900-01 193
Kingsbridge, Parish Register, 'Crowned', 9 1916-17 159, 191, 224,
Kingsbridge, Records Preserved in Church, 5 1908-09 94-118,
Kingsbridge, Sigdure Lane, 9 1916-17 144
Kingsbridge, W.Wyte, Bellfounder, 1566, 4 1906-07 200
Kingsbridge,   33 1974-77 355
Kingsbridge,   15 1928-29 373
Kingskerswell, Church, Heraldry in, 8 1914-15 57, 83,
Kingskerswell,   20 1938-39 77
Kingskerswell, Granite Crosses at, 10 1918-19 209
Kingsland, South Molton, 15 1928-29 292
Kingsland, South Molton, 3 1904-05 53, 92, 104, 157, 201,
Kingsley, Charles, Westward Ho!, 30 1965-67 58, 173
Kingsley, Charles, 33 1974-77 136
Kingsley, Charles, 17 1932-33 219
Kingsteignton, Church, Oak Panel, 9 1916-17 144
Kingsteignton, Proctor's Money, 17th century, 6 1910-11 55
Kingsteignton, Register, Bampfield and Clifford, 1684, 2 1902-03 234
Kingsteignton,   29 1962-64 177
Kingsteignton,   13 1924-25 185
Kingston, In Staverton, 19 1936-37 156
Kingston, J.F., Flora Devoniensis 1829, 10 1918-19 117, 182
Kingswear, Castle stables, 36 1987-91 70
Kingswear,   20 1938-39 73
Kingswear,   17 1932-33 186, 234
Kingswear,   13 1924-25 309
Kingswear, Grant of Manor to Thomas Gale, 10 1918-19 249
Kingswear, Kittery, 9 1916-17 48
Kingsweare,   15 1928-29 77
Kinsey,   17 1932-33 321
Kirkham and Westofer, Families, 9 1916-17 96
Kirkham, Family, 17 1932-33 106
Kirkham, Family of Feniton, 7 1912-13 257
Kisterbridge,   10 1918-19 153, 198, 299
Kistimerbridge,   10 1918-19 153, 198, 299
Kistvaens,   16 1930-31 40, 115
Kitchen Utensil, Unusual, Use of ?, 7 1912-13 281
Kitson, Family, 33 1974-77 3, 73, 120, 159
Kittery,   17 1932-33 185, 234
Kittery, Kingswear, 9 1916-17 48
Kitto, John D.D. and His Ancestry, 3 1904-05 183
Kitto, John, 26 1954-55 176
Knapman, Family, Arms of, 2 1902-03 73, 106, 152,
Knapman, Shield of Arms, Drewsteignton, 3 1904-05 233
Knave's Ash, place-name, 12 1922-23 155, 216
Knightley, Arms, 13 1924-25 320
Knight's Fee,   24 1950-51 73
Knights Hospitallers,   21 1940-41 315, 357, 358
Knights Hospitallers,   13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Knight's Hospitallers,   14 1926-27 13, 350
Knights of the Bath,   30 1965-67 22
Knights of the Royal Oak, Investment of Charles II, 6 1910-11 89, 104,
Knights of the Shire, 1818, 12 1922-23 155
Knights, Hospitallers, 22 1942-46 35
Knights, Of the Garter (Devon), 20 1938-39 309, 392
Knights, Of the Royal Oak, 18 1934-35 316
Knightstone, In Ottery St.Mary, 20 1938-39 313, 379, 381
Knowles, G.T., 17 1932-33 227
Knowles, John, 34 1978-81 253
Knowstone and Molland, Double Names, 4 1906-07 77
Knowstone and Molland, United Benefice, 2 1902-03 97, 105, 130, 167,
Knowstone, Registers, 16 1930-31 34
Knowstone,   15 1928-29 30, 221, 257
Knowstone,   14 1926-27 98, 162
Kruscomb, Trevilian of, Location, 4 1906-07 82
Kyrie, Northam, 14th century, 24 1950-51 64
Kyrie, 14th century, 23 1947-49 21
Labour in Vain,   18 1934-35 131, 233
Lace Bobbins, Honiton, 11 1920-21 80
Lace Industry, Devon, 25 1952-53 106
Lacemakers' songs,   36 1987-91 255
Lackington, James, Tokens of, 8 1914-15 189
Lacy, Bishop, Memorials of, 3 1904-05 113, 119, 153,
Lacy, Edmund, 27 1956-58 27
Lacy, Edmund, bishop, 29 1962-64 272
Lady Drake's Tree,   14 1926-27 106
Lady Silvester's Tour,   31 1968-70 22, 60, 150, 203
Lafayette at Tavistock,   14 1926-27 292
Laforgue, Leah Lee, 32 1971-73 193
Lambe, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Lambeth Palace Library, Devon, And, 4 1906-07 192
Lamelion,   20 1938-39 297
Lamelion,   19 1936-37 292
Lamerton,   14 1926-27 23
Lammana, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 281
Lammana, Near Looe, 19 1936-37 145
Lammas Assize, Devon 1809, Jurors, 2 1902-03 213
Lamp, Ancient, found at Barnstaple 1877, 4 1906-07 97
Lamprey, Family, 12 1922-23 55
Lancaster, Registers, Devon entries in, 16 1930-31 376
Lancelles, Richard de, 17 1932-33 270, 329
Land measure, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 254, 317, 327
Land Tenure, Ottery St.Mary, 30 1965-67 168
Land, Measurements, 18 1934-35 32
Landelech,   18 1934-35 196
Lander, At Bussa, 19 1936-37 71
Landewednack, Rock Nmes, 13 1924-25 114
Landrake Monument,   17 1932-33 116, 182
Land's End, Excursion to 1741, 23 1947-49 81
Land's End, Mr. Blight's book on, 23 1947-49 181, 217, 271
Land's End, Place-name, 17 1932-33 227
Landscore, Stitch and Quillett Fields, 23 1947-49 372
Landulph, Chapels, 32 1971-73 275, 276,
Landulph, Church, Lower panels in, 23 1947-49 151, 165
Landulph, Holy Wells, 19 1936-37 308
Landulph, MS History of, 20 1938-39 372
Landulph, Old Families, 22 1942-46 212, 217, 229, 242, 263, 276
Landulph, Port of, (Landhelp), 32 1971-73 210
Landulph,   17 1932-33 170
Landulph,   14 1926-27 316, 366, 367
Lane, Ralph, 30 1965-67 118
Lane, Sir Ralph, d.1603, 3 1904-05 11
Langage, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Langdon, Richard, Exeter Musician,d.1803, 5 1908-09 92
Langdon, Toby, Duke Notebook c.1680 10 1918-19 265
Langford, Sir Henry, 23 1947-49 215
Langman, John, 22 1942-46 151
Langthorne Manor, Yorks, 27 1956-58 122, 159
Langworthy, Garland, 14 1926-27 369
Lanherne Cross, Mawgan-in-Pydar, 34 1978-81 168
Lanhydrock,   29 1962-64 237
Lanhydrock, Plasterwork, 35 1982-86 315
Lanscocmbe, Cockington, 11 1920-21 196
Lansdown, Family, 22 1942-46 204
Lanyard,   25 1952-53 174
Laon, (Cornwall), 19 1936-37 163
Laon, (Devon), 19 1936-37 204
Lapford,   29 1962-64 257
Lapford,   27 1956-58 24
Lapford, Bury Barton, 26 1954-55 228
Lapper-stones,   15 1928-29 9, 107
Lapthorne, Family, 30 1965-67 92, 143
Larder, Inquisitions P.M., 15 1928-29 176
Larini, Signor, 19 1936-37 362
Larkham, Thomas and Benjamin Cox, 8 1914-15 233
Larkworthy, Ambrose, 11 1920-21 152
Lascelles, Viscount, connection with devon, 12 1922-23 144
Latimer, Bishop, sermons of, 12 1922-23 222
Latimer, Thomas, 35 1982-86 257
Latin epitaphs,   13 1924-25 1, 97
Latin, Medieval, 14 1926-27 13
Latin, Medieval, 13 1924-25 273, 307
Launcells, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 267
Launcells,   14 1926-27 10
Launceston, Castle, 20 1938-39 314
Launceston, Priory records, 19 1936-37 19, 167
Launceston, St.Stephen's Church, 6 1910-11 32, 46, 81, 105,
Launceston, Verses, 19 1936-37 154
Launceston,   28 1959-61 324
Launceston,   23 1947-49 385
Lawhitton, Wishworthy Quarry, 36 1987-91 327
Lawhyre, Fowey, 23 1947-49 305
Lawn, Place name, 16 1930-31 148
Layamon,   36 1987-91 255
Layman's fight for his Pew,   17 1932-33 127, 272
Le Fugh, Surname, 25 1952-53 76
Le Havre,   36 1987-91 89
Leach, Family, 33 1974-77 28
Leach, Family, 15 1928-29 195
Leach, Family, 14 1926-27 1
Leach, Family, of St.Eval, 6 1910-11 42
Leach, Family, 5 1908-09 279
Leach, Sir Simon of Cadeleigh, 2 1902-03 29-37, 58, 92, 204
Lead, From Dissolved Religious Houses, 1549, 19 1936-37 122
Lead, Improvised mould for, 19 1936-37 254
Lead, Mine, 15 1928-29 102
Lead, Tokens, 37 1992-96 288
Leahs in Devon,   34 1978-81 313
Leane, Rev.Mr., 17th century Rector, 6 1910-11 178
Lear, Sir Peter, 31 1968-70 122, 187
Lease, Farmer's, 1402, 23 1947-49 50
Leat, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Leather, Trade of Tavistock, 30 1965-67 220
Leats,   33 1974-77 102, 257
Lechs,   15 1928-29 101, 159
Lee,   28 1959-61 327
Legends, Buckfast, 12 1922-23 347
Legends, Ash tree, of, 12 1922-23 59
Legends, Of Devon, Probable Author, 10 1918-19 182, 328
Legends, at Thurlestone. 30 1965-67 169
Legge, Robert of Grete Totton, Devon, 1508 9 1916-17 203, 254,
Legh Powlet,   14 1926-27 104
Leicestershire Link,   30 1965-67 293
Leigh, Family, 20 1938-39 322, 390
Leigh, Farm, Churchstow, 16 1930-31 241
Leigh, Sir Rupert, 14 1926-27 106
Leland, Error of, 18 1934-35 75
Leland, John, 21 1940-41 12
Leland, John, Itinerary of, 9 1916-17 48
Leland, Road, Exmoor, 34 1978-81 329
Lelant, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 14
Lemon Stream, Newton Bushel, 12 1922-23 66
Lemon Stream, Newton Bushel, 11 1920-21 252
Lemon, Sir William, Quay, 30 1965-67 318
Lenon, Sir William, Quay, 31 1968-70 105
Leofric, Bishop, 15 1928-29 53, 107, 266
Leofric, Bishop, date of death, 12 1922-23 318
Leper hospitals, Cornwall, 13 1924-25 188
Lepers of Clony,   13 1924-25 50
Lercedeckne, Pedigree of, 14 1926-27 155
L'Ercedekne family,   17 1932-33 271
Lethbridge, Christopher Nelson, 8 1914-15 295
Lethbridge, John, 32 1971-73 60
Lethbridge, John, 18th century, 6 1910-11 193
Lethbridge, John, Sub-marine Vessels, 2 1902-03 184
Lethbridge, Papers, 11 1920-21 64
Lethbridge, Sir Roper, In Memoriam, 10 1918-19 25
Letter of Marque, Dated 1802, 1 1900-01 159,
Letter Privy Seal, James I, 6 1910-11 215
Letters, Testimonial for mariners, 13 1924-25 112
Letturney, Personal name, 17 1932-33 227
Lever, James, Diary of, 30 1965-67 23
Leverton, Family, 30 1965-67 320
Leverton, Family, 26 1954-55 116
Lewannick,   31 1968-70 107
Lewis, F.C., 19th cent. Publisher of Devon Scenery, 7 1912-13 112
Lewis, Honiton, 19 1936-37 29, 322
Lewis, John alias Kemys, 11 1920-21 247
Ley, Pedigree, 37 1992-96 58, 101
Ley, Sir James of Westbury, 26 1954-55 26, 117
Leyman, Arthur, 33 1974-77 153
Leyman, Alfred, artist, 34 1978-81 209, 326
Leys,   23 1947-49 28, 304
Library, Bodleian, Willias and Tanner MSS, 20 1938-39 119
Library, Haldon House, 20 1938-39 84
Library, Mr. Chope's, 20 1938-39 224, 285
Library, Society, Exeter, 31 1968-70 222
Library, Totnes Parish Church, 20 1938-39 224
Licence, Sporting in 1550, 14 1926-27 92
Lichfield, Cathedral memorials, 33 1974-77 225
Lidwell, Place-name, 14 1926-27 254
Lifton,   13 1924-25 159, 210
Light Brigade, Charge of the, 20 1938-39 67, 143
Lighthouse, Eddystone, 35 1982-86 128
Lighting, Of Exeter, 19 1936-37 148
Lime burning, Technique of, 36 1987-91 34
Limehouse,   16 1930-31 102
Lime-kilns,   32 1971-73 237
Lime-kilns,   17 1932-33 180
Limeworks,   31 1968-70 199
Lindridge, Manor, 13 1924-25 329, 357
Linkinhorn,   32 1971-73 21
Linkinhorne, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 82
Lintel, At Dunsland House, 30 1965-67 23
Linthicum, Surname, Origigin of, 9 1916-17 95
Lippincott,   19 1936-37 367
Lisbon, Inquisition, 23 1947-49 180, 399
Lisbon, Marriage Register, 23 1947-49 136
Liskeard,   19 1936-37 64, 112, 364
Liskeard,   14 1926-27 23
Lissant, Rev.George, Hatherleigh Meeting, 1715, 6 1910-11 64
Litelcote, Copleston and Morris Families, Visitation of Hampshire, 1 1900-01 188
Literary, Club, 34 1978-81 201
Literary, Debating and Dialect Society, 26 1954-55 25, 94
Literary, Institutes, 32 1971-73 135, 163
Littehampton (Sussex),   31 1968-70 181
Little Hempston,   14 1926-27 33, 103
Little Silver, Etymology of, Examples, 1 1900-01 187, 210, 219,
Little Silver, Place-name derivation, 2 1902-03 2, 88, 191,
Littlecote, Farm name, 6 1910-11 148, 224,
Littleham, Exmouth, 13 1924-25 112, 166
Littleham, Exmouth, 32 1971-73 8
Livaton Farm,   32 1971-73 219
Liveried personnel of Edward Courteney,   35 1982-86 151, 189, 219, 258, 302
Livings, Value of, Hooker's Exeter, 7 1912-13 44
Lizard (The),   35 1982-86 125
Lizard, District, 18 1934-35 75
Lizards, Big, Found at Sidmouth, 10 1918-19 305
Lloyd, Hartley, 14 1926-27 374
Loaf, The Penny, 27 1956-58 313
Loan Societies, Exeter, 34 1978-81 181
Lobb, Family, 27 1956-58 57
Lobster heriot,   27 1956-58 45
Local History, Boom or Slump ?, 30 1965-67 238
Lodbrog, Regne, Lethbridge Ancestor, Dane, 1 1900-01 187, 214, 255,
Loddiswell, Deed, 13th Century, Grant ofManor, 1 1900-01 245
Loddiswell, MSS, 13 1924-25 39
Lollards,   17 1932-33 269
Lond in Cornwall,   14 1926-27 195
London Apprentice,   25 1952-53 49, 78
London, Capitalists, 36 1987-91 351
London, Inns for Devon and Cornwall Carters, 12 1922-23 82
Long, David, Sheriff of Devon, 1704, 1 1900-01 196
Long, Family, 23 1947-49 155, 329
Longbridge,   18 1934-35 120
Longevity, Cornwall, 10 1918-19 87
Longstone,   14 1926-27 340
Longstone, Pilton, 13 1924-25 36
Looe, Granite trough at, 13 1924-25 344
Looe, Opening of New Bridge at, 1855, 30 1965-67 167
Looe, St.George's Chapel, 29 1962-64 111
Looe, St.Martyns, 13 1924-25 349
Looe, West, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 182
Looe, West, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 117
Looe,   27 1956-58 25, 50
Looe,   26 1954-55 239
Looe,   23 1947-49 280
Looe,   19 1936-37 145
Looe,   15 1928-29 57, 163, 166
Looms,   31 1968-70 221
Lord MS., On Antiquities of Exeter, 1707 12 1922-23 296
Lord's Table,   17 1932-33 269
Lostwithiel,   14 1926-27 348
Lostwithiel,   13 1924-25 35
Lostwithiel, Great Coinage Hall, 7 1912-13 225
Lottery, The Queen's, 33 1974-77 240
Loughwood,   28 1959-61 53
Love Letter, 17th Century, 29 1962-64 112
Lovelace, Devon Clockmaker, 10 1918-19 162
Lovelace, Jacob, 33 1974-77 265
Loventor,   14 1926-27 254
Lovering, Family, 24 1950-51 156
Lovering, Family, 17 1932-33 362
Lower family,   23 1947-49 151, 165
Loxbeare Church, Inscription in, 6 1910-11 255
Loyal Addresses, James II, 4 1906-07 252, 255,
Loyd, L.R.W., 13 1924-25 361
Luckbridge,   14 1926-27 61
Lucknow, Recollections of the Siege, 30 1965-67 23, 60
Lucombe Oak, Exeter, hybrid of 1765, 6 1910-11 92
Lugger, Family, 27 1956-58 197
Luke, Family of Penzance, 7 1912-13 75
Lukeham, Forston, Forkeston, Locations of, 2 1902-03 25, 93, 147,
Luminous Footprints,   11 1920-21 140
Lundy, Derivation of name, 23 1947-49 179, 217, 269
Lundy, Lighthouse, 26 1954-55 71
Lundy, Mint on, 11 1920-21 198
Lundy, Mint, 12 1922-23 208
Lundy, Rectors of, 12 1922-23 364
Lundy,   29 1962-64 176
Lundy,   23 1947-49 219
Lundy,   22 1942-46 202
Lundy,   16 1930-31 257, 302, 341, 373
Lundy,   13 1924-25 274, 308, 361
Lundy,   33 1974-77 59
Lundy,   34 1978-81 120, 167
Lundy,   27 1956-58 216
Luppit Brass, Arms on, 5 1908-09 15, 16,
Luppit Font,   7 1912-13 201
Luppit, Monumental Brass Fragment, 4 1906-07 193,269,
Luppit,   15 1928-29 290, 370
Luppitt,   16 1930-31 10
Luscombe, Matthew, 14 1926-27 22
Lustleigh, Bishop's Stone, 8 1914-15 58
Lustleigh, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 113
Lustleigh, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 139
Lustleigh, Gate Posts, 8 1914-15 17
Lustleigh, Rector of, 10 1918-19 222, 302
Lustleigh,   26 1954-55 177
Lustleigh,   23 1947-49 331
Lustleigh,   22 1942-46 301
Lutterell, John, 15 1928-29 8, 148
Luxmoore, Family, 3 1904-05 208
Luysshaunt, Guy, 1530, Hatherleigh, 5 1908-09 147
Lybbe, Family, 13 1924-25 253, 306
Lyde, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Lydford Castle,   23 1947-49 386
Lydworthy,   32 1971-73 218
Lye, Edward, Anglo-Saxon scholar, 6 1910-11 29
Lye, Francis Draper, b.1757, 5 1908-09 71
Lyme Regis, Fielding's Stay at in 1725, 8 1914-15 143
Lympstone,   15 1928-29 162
Lynmouth,   27 1956-58 82
Lynton, And Barnstaple Railway, 30 1965-67 27
Lynton,   15 1928-29 253
Lyon, Thomas Henry (architect), 37 1992-96 220, 252, 283
Lyshwell, In Molland Bottreaux, 19 1936-37 315
Lyson, Cornwall, Bibliographical Note, 7 1912-13 43
Lyson's Notes on Devonshire Churches,   26 1954-55 151
Lyttleton, Lord, 17 1932-33 159
Macadam, J.L., 24 1950-51 18
Machine-house, Round-house, Or, 11 1920-21 285
Machinery, Corn-mills, 24 1950-51 19
Mackenzie, H.T., 15 1928-29 111
Maclean, Sir John's Collection of Cornish Memoranda, 6 1910-11 107
Mad Benet,   14 1926-27 350
Maddock, Family, 30 1965-67 22, 142
Madness,   32 1971-73 53
Madron, Founder of School, 6 1910-11 74
Madron, Cornwall, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 40, 126,
Madron,   14 1926-27 350
Maen Castle, Excavation, Sennen, 23 1947-49 311
Magazine, A Cornish, 20 1938-39 40, 88
Magazines, Parish, 13 1924-25 173
Magister,   16 1930-31 161
Magor, nr. Camborne, 17 1932-33 40, 43
Maine Family, John, Emigrant to Maine, 1630, 1 1900-01 256
Maine,   18 1934-35 377
Mainwaring, Oliver, Exeter, Sowton and Dawlish, Family, 5 1908-09 50
Mainwaring, Oliver, pedigree, 9 1916-17 4
Makenzie (Lieut.), Diary of, 13 1924-25 302
Maker, Church, 32 1971-73 58
Maker,   31 1968-70 252
Malborough,   28 1959-61 300
Malborough, Church Needlework at, 18 1934-35 50
Malborough,   16 1930-31 193
Malet, Malachi, 31 1968-70 122
Mallet,   29 1962-64 23
Mallett, Family, 15 1928-29 80, 111
Man trap, 1888, 35 1982-86 213
Manadon, Humphrey Hall of, 1801, 3 1904-05 102
Manaton, Church, 6 1910-11 254,
Manaton, Family, 13 1924-25 318
Manaton, Stones at, 17 1932-33 210, 274
Manaton,   14 1926-27 70
Manganese mining,   31 1968-70 205
Manning James, Lyme Regis Registers, Of Exeter, 6 1910-11 222
Manning The Fleet, Warrant for, 1 1900-01 24
Manning, Mr. of Exeter, Dissenting Minister, 5 1908-09 30, 65, 66,
Manningford, Coats of Arms, 9 1916-17 54
Manor Houses,   23 1947-49 360
Manor Houses, Roborough, 23 1947-49 241
Manor Rolls, Axmouth, 9 1916-17 61
Manor, Alwington, 21 1940-41 117
Manor, Court Roll, of Cruwys Morchard, 20 1938-39 237
Manor, Monkleigh, 21 1940-41 117
Manor, Monkleigh, 20 1938-39 318
Manor, Northam, 20 1938-39 107
Manor, Thaddeham, 20 1938-39 181, 389
Manor, Willand, 21 1940-41 182
Manorial customs,   16 1930-31 260, 302, 304
Manorial Notes,   23 1947-49 140
Manors and manorial records,   33 1974-77 109, 180
Manors, Descent of, Devon, 20 1938-39 305
Manors, Devon, 30 1965-67 22
Manors, Duchy, 30 1965-67 4, 33, 67, 102
Manors, Heppastebe, 36 1987-91 217
Manors, Polrode, 36 1987-91 61
Manors, Tremail, 36 1987-91 269
Manors, Turgoil, 36 1987-91 269
Mansions (Cornwall), Burnt down, 13 1924-25 73
Mantelpiece, Ottery St. Mary at, 17 1932-33 153
Manumission,   15 1928-29 19
Manumissions, Anglo-Saxonm, 12 1922-23 251
Manumissions, By Ordgar and Others, 22 1942-46 96, 135
Manumissions,   13 1924-25 183
Manuscript, Unidentified 22 1942-46 204
Manuscripts, Historical, location of, 22 1942-46 89
Manuscripts, Robert Stephen Hawker's, 22 1942-46 97
Manwaring, Christopher of Exeter, Chancery Proceedings, 8 1914-15 126
Manwaringe, Christopher, Versus College of Vicars Choral, 3 1904-05 68
Manworthy,   22 1942-46 347
Map of Devon,   14 1926-27 105, 164, 165
Map of England and Wales, Ancient, 11 1920-21 147
Map, Bideford, 36 1987-91 39, 259
Mapowder, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Maps and plans,   34 1978-81 63, 89, 194, 261
Maps, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 37, 223, 315, 375
Maps, Old, of Devon, 20 1938-39 21
Maps, Proposals for, 32 1971-73 33
Maps,   33 1974-77 117
Maps,   35 1982-86 165, 182-3, 338
Marazion, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 250
Marazion, St.Katherine's Chapel, 29 1962-64 294
Marazion,   14 1926-27 23
Marchwilliam knaves,   13 1924-25 197
Mardon, Family of Moretonhampstead, 6 1910-11 97
Marhamchurch Terrier, 1746,   24 1950-51 152
Mariner's Path,   20 1938-39 321
Marisco, Family, 21 1940-41 303
Maritime History of Devon,   35 1982-86 280
Markes' MS, C., Relative to Plymouth, Parish of Charles, 7 1912-13 183
Market, Cullompton Cross, 17 1932-33 177
Market, Matrimonial, Of Devon, 4 1906-07 54
Market, Penzance Cross, 7 1912-13 48
Markets, And Fairs, Devon, 19 1936-37 176
Markets, Chagford and Moreton, 23 1947-49 21
Markets, Two Early, 20 1938-39 216
Marks, Pewter, 7 1912-13 160, 242,
Marks, Pewterers, 9 1916-17 145
Marks, Tin, On, 4 1906-07 118
Marks, Woollen Merchants, 10 1918-19 22
Marks, Woollen Merchants, N.Molton, 9 1916-17 89, 219
Marldon,   27 1956-58 53
Marriage, A Curious Affidavit, Dartmouth, 12 1922-23 364
Marriage, Licences, 23 1947-49 156
Marriage, Riddle, 19 1936-37 36, 179
Marriage, Unnoticed, 19 1936-37 311
Marriages, Devonian in Cornwall, 2 1902-03 77
Marshall, Family of Teigngrace, 2 1902-03 188
Marshall, Henry, 17 1932-33 215
Marshall, Rev. John, Headmaster, Exeter, 7 1912-13 284
Marshall, William, Rector of Ashprington, d.1756, 7 1912-13 275
Marshwood, Honour of, 32 1971-73 183, 252
Martens, Conrad (artist), 37 1992-96 304
Martin, Family of Plymouth, 7 1912-13 232
Martin,   30 1965-67 185, 253
Martin, Matthew, 19 1936-37 223
Martin, William, 15 1928-29 181
Martinstow, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Martyn, Henry (1781-1812), 27 1956-58 296
Martyn, Sir Nicholas of Oxton and Netherexe, 2 1902-03 65
Marwood, Family, 32 1971-73 48, 71, 110
Marwood, Family, 27 1956-58 23
Marwood, Legend, 24 1950-51 151
Marwood, MSS, 11 1920-21 221
Mary Lee, Plymouth Brethren, Novel on, 12 1922-23 296
Mary Tavy, Mining, 34 1978-81 184
Mary Tavy, Rectors of, 8 1914-15 27
Mason, George, 14 1926-27 24
Masonic Lodges in Devon,   3 1904-05 112, 176,
Massachusetts, First Governor of, 10 1918-19 204
Master John Daw's School Reports,   30 1965-67 225
Mathematicians (Devonian),   13 1924-25 81, 163
Matrimonial Market, Devonshire, 4 1906-07 54
Mauger, John, 6 1910-11 155, 175,
Mawgan,   14 1926-27 23
Mawgan-in-Meneage,   28 1959-61 281
Mawgan-in-Pydar, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 168
Mawnan,   14 1926-27 350
May Day, Horn-blowing, 12 1922-23 113
May, Family, 15 1928-29 103
Mayflower, The, Sailing of, 12 1922-23 239
Maynard, Serjeant, 33 1974-77 156, 200
Mayne, Mrs. Eliza, 19 1936-37 174
Mayne, Zachary, 19 1936-37 178
Mayne, Zachary, 16 1930-31 211
Mayor, John Wolcot of Exeter, 30 1965-67 92
Mayors, Bodmin, 13 1924-25 372
Mayors, Exeter, 30 1965-67 30
Mayors, Sham, 10 1918-19 219, 270
McAdam, John Loudon, 34 1978-81 341
McEnery, Rev. John, portrait of, 11 1920-21 151
McPike, James, Genealogical Puzzle, 4 1906-07 86, 87,
Mead, Capt.Joseph of the 'Fowey', 22 1942-46 177
Mead, Family of St.Gluvias, 22 1942-46 292, 305
Mead, Honey wine, 11 1920-21 31, 71, 72
Meadows, Family, 30 1965-67 93
Meadows, Meditation on, 17 1932-33 106
Measurements, In Domesday Book, 31 1968-70 82
Meath, Church, Parish Registers, 3 1904-05 24
Meavy, Charter, 17 1932-33 126
Meavy,   30 1965-67 18, 62
Mechanics' Institute, Barnstaple, Norman Mint, 1 1900-01 200
Mechanics Society,   33 1974-77 267
Medals, Calendar, 21 1940-41 85
Medical worthies, Devonian, 15 1928-29 105, 190
Medical worthies, Devonian, 14 1926-27 45, 49, 138, 145, 234, 241, 329, 337
Medical worthies,, Devonian, 13 1924-25 142, 145, 237, 241, 246, 333, 337
Medland, Manor, 18 1934-35 146, 233
Meeke, Thomas, 1588, 12 1922-23 6
Meeth, Churchwardens' Account Book, 3 1904-05 151
Melhuish, Church and Manor of, 5 1908-09 68, 77,
Melhuish, Family of Hill in Cruwys Morchard 20 1938-39 178
Melhuish, Thomas, 18 1934-35 321
Melhuishes, Two Thomas, 19 1936-37 33
Melhuwysshe Church and Manor of, 5 1908-09 68, 77,
Mellow, Family, 20 1938-39 182
Mellowes,   30 1965-67 237
Members of Parliament,   31 1968-70 47
Membury, Census, 17 1932-33 315
Membury, Church, shields in, 19 1936-37 216
Membury, Civil War Relics, 1 1900-01 118
Membury, Conventicle, 17 1932-33 375
Membury,   26 1954-55 52
Membury,   21 1940-41 24
Membury,   16 1930-31 272, 319
Membury,   15 1928-29 146, 148, 199
Memoirs, Gentlewoman's, 1830 11 1920-21 278
Memorial, Inscriptions, 33 1974-77 225
Memorial, Kentisbeare Church, 36 1987-91 37
Memorials, In Devon Churches, 14 1926-27 89
Memorials,   31 1968-70 221
Mendip, Old, 30 1965-67 63
Meneage,   18 1934-35 75
Menheniot, Church Dedication, 6 1910-11 3
Menheniot,   13 1924-25 199
Menhir, Bodmin Moor, 17 1932-33 372
Menhir, Hartland, 16 1930-31 1
Menhirs, Dartmoor, 13 1924-25 373
Menhirs, Pilton, 13 1924-25 36
Merantun, Identification of, 17 1932-33 217, 275, 278
Mercer, Family of Ottery St.Mary, 9 1916-17 164-72, 250,
Merchandise Marks,   15 1928-29 145
Merchant, Exeter, in Spain, 30 1965-67 241
Merchant's Account, Sixteenth Century, 2 1902-03 191
Merchants' Tokens, 16th Century, 30 1965-67 22
Mercia, Ethelbald of, 19 1936-37 358
Mercury, Torrington 17 1932-33 355
Merivale, Hut circlea, 22 1942-46 97
Merivale, MSS of Dr.Merivale, Dean of Ely, 2 1902-03 10
Merivale, Plague Market, 2 1902-03 127
Merton, Early Owners of, 20 1938-39 256
Merton,   13 1924-25 154, 292
Merton, Walter of, 13 1924-25 168
Methodism, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 40
Methodism, Cornwall, 30 1965-67 30, 64, 201, 202, 254
Methodism, Illogan, 27 1956-58 318
Methodism, North Devon, 8 1914-15 136, 188, 189, 221,
Methodism, Pancrasweek, 27 1956-58 25
Methodism, Roseland, 30 1965-67 323
Methodist, Chapels, 33 1974-77 309
Methodist, History, 28 1959-61 215
Methodist, Journal of Hi9storical Association, 30 1965-67 28, 62, 206, 287
Methodist, Studies, 28 1959-61 183
Methodists,   29 1962-64 62, 94, 127, 240
Methuen, Family, 30 1965-67 136
Mevagissey, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 158
Mevagissey,   15 1928-29 301
Mevagissey,   13 1924-25 158
Meyrick, Family, 32 1971-73 254
Michaelstow,   26 1954-55 41
Micheau, Paul, OrganMaker, 10 1918-19 162, 163
Michel family, Gittisham, 7 1912-13 24
Michell family, Pedigree, Talaton, 5 1908-09 175, 216
Middle Ages, Apple Trees in, 30 1965-67 120, 172
Milbury,   15 1928-29 148, 200
Milestones, Devonian, 7 1912-13 212
Milford, Family, 31 1968-70 121
Milford, Family, 13 1924-25 8
Military Preparations, In 1803 16 1930-31 159
Militia Musters, In 1630 11 1920-21 295
Militia Musters,   12 1922-23 117
Militia, Mutiny, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 77
Militia, Royal Cornwall, (1808-1836) 28 1959-61 203
Milk Scalders,   25 1952-53 23
Milk Scalders,   24 1950-51 192
Milk-Scalding, Stoves, 11 1920-21 306
Mill, Arms, 13 1924-25 356
Mill, Blade or Edge, Monkleigh, 20 1938-39 318
Mill, Trematon Castle, 13 1924-25 94
Millais, Painting, 'Boyhood of Raleigh', 1 1900-01 97
Milles, Dean, letter, 17 1932-33 159
Milles, Notes from MSS, 30 1965-67 226
Milles, Parochial Collections for Devon, 12 1922-23 162
Milles, Parochial Collections for Devon, 11 1920-21 320-24
Millett, Family, 20 1938-39 272
Mills, Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 277
Mills, Domesday in Devon and Cornwall, 12 1922-23 21
Mills, Pair of, 26 1954-55 24
Mills, Paper, 15 1928-29 153
Mills, Paper, Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 193
Mills, See watermills and windmills, 34 1978-81  
Mills, Tidal, 15 1928-29 57
Mills, West Looe, 19 1936-37 50
Millstone makers, Dartmoor, 37 1992-96 153
Millstone working, Brent Moor, 34 1978-81 333
Milner, Tomb of Lady Diana in Exeter Cathedral, 10 1918-19 268
Miltary regiments, Queen of Spain's Fusiliers, 37 1992-96 22
Milton Abbot, Deeds of, 6 1910-11 68
Milton Abbot, Treven in, 7 1912-13 78
Milton Abbot, Wardens' Accounts, 7 1912-13 182
Miltonic Legend, Letter of Keats, 1818 12 1922-23 9
Minchin Court,   18 1934-35 20
Mine, Brushford, 22 1942-46 370
Miners' petition,   36 1987-91 204
Miners' songs,   33 1974-77 313
Miners, Cornish, 25 1952-53 18
Miners, Petition of Cornish to Q.Victoria, 26 1954-55 58
Miners, Tin, Foreigners, 1308, 4 1906-07 126
Mines, Combe Martin, 10 1918-19 34-41, 127
Mines, Cornish, And Thomas Bushell, 10 1918-19 152
Mines, Cornwall, 29 1962-64 31, 93, 126, 160
Mines, King's, 16 1930-31 194, 255
Mines, Medieval lease of, 16 1930-31 375
Mines, Silver , In Devonshire, 7 1912-13 54
Mines, Silver, at Combe Martin, 30 1965-67 208
Mines,   15 1928-29 102, 135, 142
Minifie, John, 22 1942-46 331
Mining in Cornwall,   8 1914-15 131
Mining on Exmoor,   30 1965-67 205
Mining, Buckland Brewer, 37 1992-96 211
Mining, Dartmoor, 2 1902-03 225
Mining, Mary Tavy, 34 1978-81 184
Mining,   31 1968-70 19, 205
Mining,   33 1974-77 102, 180
Ministers, Puritan, 18 1934-35 26
Minstrels, Confraternity of, 11 1920-21 252
Mint Meeting, Exeter, and the Halletts, 4 1906-07 13
Mint Meeting, Halletts, And The, 3 1904-05 254
Mint, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 304
Mint, Private, 18 1934-35 131
Mint, Tower, John Reynolds of, 6 1910-11 57
Mint, Totnes, Anglo-Saxon Coins from, 2 1902-03 86
Mints, Barnstaple, Norman Mint, 2 1902-03 60
Mints, Combe Martin, 12 1922-23 208
Mints, Exeter and Other Provincial Towns, 10 1918-19 315
Mints, Exeter and Other Provincial Towns, 12 1922-23 60
Mints, Lundy and Combe Martin, 11 1920-21 198, 200
Mints, Lundy Island, 12 1922-23 208
Minutes, Metrical, 29 1962-64 152
Miracles, Local, 13 1924-25 183
Miser Pitman,   10 1918-19 62, 91
Misericords,   18 1934-35 275
Mission to showmen,   32 1971-73 125
Mitchell, C.S., 15 1928-29 104
Mock king,   13 1924-25 35
Modbury, Champernoun of, 12 1922-23 342
Modbury, Oldport, 33 1974-77 60
Modbury, Priors, 17 1932-33 33
Modbury, Priory, 12 1922-23 326
Modbury, Wardens' Account, 4 1906-07 60
Modbury,   31 1968-70 221
Modbury,   32 1971-73 217
Modbury,   20 1938-39 133, 187
Modbury,   15 1928-29 126
Modret,   31 1968-70 109
Moeles, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Moelys, Alicia de, 14 1926-27 203, 305, 366
Mohegan, shipwreck, 34 1978-81 81
Mohun and Maddock, Families, 30 1965-67 22, 142
Mohun and Maddock, Warwick, 3rd Lord Mohun, 3 1904-05 248
Mohun Chronicle, Haccombe, 4 1906-07 17, 249,
Mohun, Family, 4 1906-07 63
Mohun, Family, 36 1987-91 61
Moidores, Portuguese coims in the West of England, 11 1920-21 253
Moidores, Portuguese coins in West Country, 8 1914-15 22, 56, 122,
Mole River,   24 1950-51 147, 195, 231
Moles, Roger de, 28 1959-61 54
Molford, Family of 17th Century, South Molton, 1 1900-01 119, 131, 152
Molford,   18 1934-35 219
Molland and Knowstone, Double Names, 4 1906-07 77
Molland, Bottreaux, 19 1936-37 315
Molland, Thomas, 23 1947-49 395
Molland,   25 1952-53 101
Molland,   20 1938-39 377
Molland,   17 1932-33 267
Molland,   15 1928-29 314
Mol's Coffee House,   21 1940-41 25
Monastic, Houses, Cowick priory, 35 1982-86 321, 383,
Monastic, Houses, Lammana, 35 1982-86 281
Monastic, Lands, 27 1956-58 26
Monastic, Records of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 269
Monastic, Wool Sales, 30 1965-67 70
Monasticon, Oliver, 29 1962-64 29, 91
Monck, General George, 37 1992-96 7
Monk, Family of Powderich (Potheridge), 13 1924-25 154, 303, 354
Monk, Family, 15 1928-29 195
Monk, Garter Plate of George, 26 1954-55 111
Monk, General, 17 1932-33 47
Monk, Of Haldon, 11 1920-21 78
Monk, Of Haldon, Legend in Poem, 10 1918-19 183-192, 199, 256
Monkleigh,   21 1940-41 127, 180
Monkokehampton, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 183
Monkswell, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Monmouth, Duke of, And Topsham, 6 1910-11 163
Monmouth, Rebellion Broadside, 2 1902-03 63
Monmouth, Rebellion, 37 1992-96 281
Monmouth, Rebellion, 19 1936-37 153
Monmouth, Victims of Rebellion, 6 1910-11 12
Mont St. Michel,   31 1968-70 1
Montague, Leopold A.D., Memoir of, 21 1940-41 97
Monumental brasses,   33 1974-77 132, 300
Monumental brasses,   34 1978-81 57, 110, 248, 292, 336
Monumental brasses,   35 1982-86 126
Monumentarium Exeter Cathedral,   27 1956-58 149
Monuments, Ancient at St. Cleer, 17 1932-33 146
Monuments, Ancient, Liskeard, 19 1936-37 64, 112
Monuments, Called 'Folly', 19 1936-37 264
Monuments,   13 1924-25 1
Moon (Mohun), Family, 28 1959-61 221
Moon, Mr. E. of Plymouth, 10 1918-19 128
Moonwort, Magical powers of , 13 1924-25 202
Moor, Family, 13 1924-25 8
Moore, Roger, 14 1926-27 7, 72
Moore's Aisle, Cullompton Church, 36 1987-91 214
Moorestone, Map of, 17 1932-33 315, 375
Moosted Keps an' Posses,   27 1956-58 47
Moot hill, Saxon, 15 1928-29 75
Morchard Bishop, Early carols of, 11 1920-21 59
Morchard Bishop, Folk Lore Notes, 3 1904-05 195
Morchard Bishop, Funeral Customs, 3 1904-05 85
Morchard Bishop, Recovery of Lands in, 20 1938-39 118, 186
Morcom, Family, 20 1938-39 182
Morden Mylles, See Cotehele, 35 1982-86  
More, Hannah, 14 1926-27 251
Morebath , Charter, 12 1922-23 111
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 13 1924-25 10, 57, 59, 101, 102, 161, 163, 265
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 14 1926-27 66
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 12 1922-23 346
Moreleigh,   20 1938-39 327
Moreton,   23 1947-49 21
Moretonhampstead, Church, Savery Memorial, 9 1916-17 31
Moretonhampstead, Diary, 24 1950-51 45
Moretonhampstead,   31 1968-70 225
Moretonhampstead,   26 1954-55 7
Moretonhampstead,   25 1952-53 175
Moretonhampstead, Stone Cross, 2 1902-03 57
Morice, Dr., 13 1924-25 53, 110
Morice, Family, 15 1928-29 15
Morice, Family, Crest of, Werrington, 2 1902-03 39, 127,
Morice, Sir William, 22 1942-46 34, 71
Morlegh,   15 1928-29 126
Morleigh,   13 1924-25 50, 226, 230
Mormons, North Devon, 12 1922-23 57
Morrice, John, 16 1930-31 245, 299
Morris, Family of Topsham, 18 1934-35 123
Morris, George, 15 1928-29 88
Morris, George, 14 1926-27 7, 73
Morris, Humphrey, 13 1924-25 302
Morris, John, 15 1928-29 168
Morris, Simon, 14 1926-27 18
Morris, Simon, 13 1924-25 257, 306
Morris, William, 15 1928-29 15
Morris, William, 14 1926-27 276, 315
Mortain, Earls of, 11 1920-21 167
Mortain, Robert, Earl of, 35 1982-86 241
Mortehoe,   28 1959-61 315
Morvah, Field names, 17 1932-33 52
Morval,   32 1971-73 22
Morval,   19 1936-37 369
Morval,   14 1926-27 67
Morval,   13 1924-25 232-7, 268
Morville, Family, 14 1926-27 14
Morwenstow,   29 1962-64 238
Morwenstow, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 342
Morwenstow,   13 1924-25 251
Morwenstowe,   23 1947-49 295
Morys, John, 10 1918-19 221
Mottoes, Family, 4 1906-07 46
Mount Edgcumbe, Royal Visit 1789, 6 1910-11 79
Mount's Bay,   29 1962-64 126
Mountvyroun, John de, 1336, 8 1914-15 103, 144,
Mousehole, Chapels of, 30 1965-67 184
Mousehole, Fishing Fleet, 29 1962-64 152
Mousehole, John Keigwin of, 1641-1716, 30 1965-67 247
Mousehole, Notes, 13 1924-25 90
Moxhay, Wills, 15 1928-29 16, 17
Moysey, Family, 12 1922-23 12
Muchmore, Family, 8 1914-15 26, 84
Muddiford, John, 15 1928-29 94
Mudge, John, Printer, 1814, 9 1916-17 196
Mugford, William Edward, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 49
Mule,   23 1947-49 384
Mules (De Moelis), Family of Kingskerswell and Diptford, 7 1912-13 91
Mullion,   31 1968-70 153
Mullion,   15 1928-29 307, 308
Mummers, Silverton, 10 1918-19 9, 48
Mummers, Silverton, 9 1916-17 228
Mungey or Mongey, Family of Topsham, 4 1906-07 57
Munk's Roll of the R.C. of Physicians,   23 1947-49 50
Murage Roll, 1377, Exeter, 34 1978-81 217
Mural Paintings, Devon Churches, 12 1922-23 279, 310
Mural Paintings, Cornish Churches, 12 1922-23 281
Murder, St.Thomas of Canterbury, 6 1910-11 63
Musbury, Church Registers, 6 1910-11 103
Musbury, Ashe House, 33 1974-77 267
Musbury, Bells, 19 1936-37 80
Musbury, Drake register entries, 6 1910-11 113
Musbury, Stone to Collins Family in Church, 10 1918-19 64
Musbury,   21 1940-41 326
Musbury,   17 1932-33 64
Musbury,   14 1926-27 171
Musgrave, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Musgrave, William, antiquary, 12 , 300 193, 264
Music, At Tywardreath Priory, 36 1987-91 277
Musical Instrument, Ancient, 13 1924-25 270, 307
Muste,   20 1938-39 39
Muster Roll , Devon, Armada, 1578, 1 1900-01 49
Muster Roll, Of 1569 13 1924-25 188, 213
Muster Roll, 1569,   34 1978-81 38, 39
Musters, Militia 1630 11 1920-21 295
Musters, Militia, 12 1922-23 117
Mutter's Moor,   14 1926-27 60, 113
Muttleberi, Of Asshehill, 13 1924-25 348
Myles' List,   33 1974-77 309
Mylor, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 122
Mystery of Edward Drewe, Exeter Sensation of 1611, 7 1912-13 86, 115,
Name Plates on Bottles,   10 1918-19 316
Name-plates on Bottles,   11 1920-21 42
Names,   33 1974-77 24, 25, 124, 175, 211, 249, 313, 352
Names, Christian name 'Urah', 37 1992-96 245, 273, 304
Names, Field names, 36 1987-91 140
Names, Peculiar, 21 1940-41 78, 178
Names, Use of 'Alias', 34 1978-81 83
Names, Surname (Rossiter), 36 1987-91 249
Nance, Family Rent roll of (1625), 13 1924-25 278
Nance, Family Rent Roll of 1628, Illogan, 12 1922-23 285
Nanfante, Richard, 14 1926-27 32
Nanny Nights Revel,   26 1954-55 189
Napier, Family, 15 1928-29 148
Napoleon, Cornish coast watch against, 25 1952-53 48
Narracot, Also Northcot, 21 1940-41 38
Narrow Combe, Documents, 25 1952-53 56, 84
Narrow Combe, Documents, 24 1950-51 28, 70, 103, 231
Natal, Cornish settlers in, 25 1952-53 22, 54, 80
National Bond of Association,   20 1938-39 370
Naturalists, Three Cornish, 23 1947-49 396
Nautical Documents,   29 1962-64 70
Naval Hospital and Cemetery,   13 1924-25 115
Naval Recruitment Poster, 1756,   5 1908-09 79
Navalis, Identity of, 11 1920-21 150
Neck, History of Exeter, 7 1912-13 78
Needlework,   18 1934-35 30
Nelson, Relic, 17 1932-33 364
Nelson, At Torre Abbey, 15 1928-29 1
Nemetotacio, Place name, 16 1930-31 51
Neot, Saint, 36 1987-91 209
Nersi, Married Before the,,, 1549, 7 1912-13 42
Nettle, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Nettlecombe Court, Willoughby Shield, 3 1904-05 89
Nettlecombe, Somerset, 17 1932-33 290
Neville, Family of the Manor of Alphington, 6 1910-11 224
New England, Deserted Settlements in, 18 1934-35 282
New England, Price of an Acre 23 1947-49 47
New England, Puritanism in East Devon and, 18 1934-35 86, 158
New England, Seal of Plymouth Council, 9 1916-17 209
New England, Settlement of, 18 1934-35 134
Newcomen, Elias, 15 1928-29 337
Newcomen, Thomas, 14 1926-27 260
Newcomen, Thomas, 15 1928-29 337
Newcomen, Thomas, 13 1924-25 49
Newcomen, Thomas, letter of 1725 12 1922-23 179
Newcomen, William, 15 1928-29 348
Newdigate, Devon and the , 18 1934-35 369
Newenham, Abbey, 17 1932-33 218, 278
Newenham, Abbey, 20 1938-39 97
Newenham, Chalice, 20 1938-39 28
Newfoundland, Plymouth and, 30 1965-67 234
Newfoundland, Settlement's connections with North Devon, 37 1992-96 274
Newfoundland,   26 1954-55 84
Newfoundland,   16 1930-31 102
Newlyn,   23 1947-49 301
Newman, Mary, 24 1950-51 59, 100, 101, 102
Newman, Cartulary, 29 1962-64 41
Newnham, Plympton Castle, 9 1916-17 110
News, From New England, 14 1926-27 291
Newspaper, First Devonshire, 9 1916-17 243
Newspaper, Plymouth, 1855, 27 1956-58 46
Newton Abbot, Lady Mary's Chapel, 36 1987-91 97
Newton Abbot,   16 1930-31 374
Newton Abbot,   14 1926-27 298
Newton Bushel, Lemon Stream, 12 1922-23 66
Newton Ferrers, Cal. Of Inquisitions, 9 1916-17 6
Newton Poppleford,   27 1956-58 37
Newton Poppleford, Deed, 21 1940-41 206
Newton St. Petroc, Charter, 17 1932-33 124
Newton St.Cyres, MSS, 27 1956-58 124
Newton St.Cyres,   15 1928-29 103
Newton St.Cyres,   13 1924-25 6, 189
Newton St.Cyres, St.Petrock, 13 1924-25 246
Newton St.Cyres,   10 1918-19 83
Newton St.Cyres,   10 1918-19 120
Nicholson, Mrs.,   14 1926-27 351
Nicknames, Parish, 14 1926-27 122, 123, 169
Nicoll, Sophuia Catherine, Authoress, Seaton, 8 1914-15 157
Nightingales in Devon,   23 1947-49 119, 325
No Man's Land,   20 1938-39 44, 87, 187
No Man's Land,   19 1936-37 367
Noah's Ark, Fowey, 24 1950-51 24, 65, 158
Noah's Ark, Fowey, 23 1947-49 359, 398
Noble Hindrance, Halberton, 19 1936-37 178
Noble, Family, 17 1932-33 227
Noe, John, St.Columb Minor, 1615 10 1918-19 298
Nonconformist Burial Places, Exeter, 6 1910-11 128, 144,
Norman Corbels, Plympton, 11 1920-21 1
Norman Surnames,   9 1916-17 93, 144
Norman, Capt.George of Exeter, c.1703, 4 1906-07 63
Norman, Rev.Mr. of Plymouth, c.1700, 2 1902-03 202
Norris, Charles B., 27 1956-58 13
North America, Place-nams, 27 1956-58 109
North Bovey, Church Bells, 7 1912-13 118
North Bovey, Crosses in the Parish of, 2 1902-03 71
North Bovey, Plague at, also in Devon, 6 1910-11 197
North Bovey, Purchase of Church Bell, 1500, 4 1906-07 186
North Bovey, Stone Crosses in, 1 1900-01 65
North Bovey, Superstitions of, 1 1900-01 105, 186, 251,
North Devon, Athenaeum Notes, 29 1962-64 68
North Devon, Farm, 27 1956-58 238
North Devon, Wharf, Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, 35 1982-86 256
North Lew and Halwill Manor, Court Roll, 8 1914-15 123
North Lew,   16 1930-31 184
North Lew, Church, 14 1926-27 326, 368
North Molton, Freeman of, 21 1940-41 209
North Molton,   15 1928-29 56, 151
North Molton, Woollen Merchant's Mark, 9 1916-17 89
North Tawton, Briefs, 28 1959-61 154
North Tawton, Celebrations, 1802 28 1959-61 282
North Tawton, Farm fee, 26 1954-55 89, 117
North Tawton, Parish accounts, 26 1954-55 58
North Tawton, Rectors of, 26 1954-55 20
North Tawton,   20 1938-39 289
North tawton, Revel, 14 1926-27 10
North, Family, Marriage Licences, 23 1947-49 49
Northam Manor,   20 1938-39 107
Northam,   29 1962-64 176
Northam,   23 1947-49 21
Northam, Plaster Ornaments, 19 1936-37 307
Northam,   18 1934-35 321
Northcot,   21 1940-41 38
Northcote family,   13 1924-25 325
Northcott Family, 28 1959-61 120, 188
Northcott Tomb Crediton Church, 10 1918-19 218
Northleigh, Change of Name of the Village Inn, 30 1965-67 257
Northleigh, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Northleigh, Tristram Bowdage of, d.1636, 10 1918-19 326
Northmore,   26 1954-55 61, 92
Norton, Sir Henry, 14 1926-27 369
Noss Hill Fort,   36 1987-91 48
Nosworthy and Hill, Pedigree of Families, 4 1906-07 51
Nosworthy, Edward of Northwherthy, 6 1910-11 87
Nott, Captain, 37 1992-96 239
Nunneries, Traditional, in Cornwall, 15 1928-29 239
Nun's Cross Farm, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 103
Nutt, John (a pirate), 37 1992-96 239
Nymet Tracey, Goods of Charles II at, 8 1914-15 7
Nymet, Charter, 17 1932-33 58, 322
Nymet, Tracy consecration crosses, 17 1932-33 54
Nympton, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 43, 70, 71, 132, 176,
Oak, evergreen,   16 1930-31 250, 300, 301
Oakapple Day, Chitjack, 11 1920-21 68
Oar, Small Silver Oar Mace of Saltash, 30 1965-67 253
Oar, The Silver, 25 1952-53 105
Oath, Sheriff of, 1432, 8 1914-15 9
Oaths, Eighteenth Century, 10 1918-19 15
Oaths, Eighteenth Century, 8 1914-15 22
Oaths, Papists, 15 1928-29 182
Obits, Book of, 33 1974-77 97, 143, 188, 236, 277, 337
Obits, Book of, 34 1978-81 5, 52
Obituary, Beville. 16 1930-31 17
O'Carrill, Arms, 20 1938-39 182
Occupations, In Widworthy, 37 1992-96 87
Ode on Plympton Mayor Choosing Buns, November 9th 1840, 30 1965-67 19
Odgers, William, V.C., 27 1956-58 188
Odgers, V.C., Ldg.Seaman William, 30 1965-67 143
Offe,   16 1930-31 52, 119
Offwell, Parish Register 24 1950-51 58
Offwell,   25 1952-53 52
Offwell,   14 1926-27 174
Oil of Exeter,   22 1942-46 275
Oil of Exeter,   14 1926-27 109
Oil of Exeter, Herb lore, 12 1922-23 277, 307, 396
Okehampton, Angel Inn, 9 1916-17 159
Okehampton, Church, 30 1965-67 240
Okehampton, Honour and Barony of, 6 1910-11 131, 169,
Okehampton, Honour of, 32 1971-73 103
Okehampton, Tenants of the Manor of, 8 1914-15 141, 183,
Okehampton, William Dodge, Mayor, 6 1910-11 94
Okehampton,   33 1974-77 132
Okehampton,   22 1942-46 179
Okehampton,   15 1928-29 180, 193, 294, 353
Old Man Stone,   15 1928-29 355
Oldham, Bishop Hugh, 17 1932-33 4, 129, 152
Oldways, Or Allways End, 20 1938-39 39
Oliver, Doctor, Library, 28 1959-61 61
Oliver,   18 1934-35 224
Oliver, Dr. George, 18 1934-35 21, 228
Oliver, Dr., 'Ecclesiastical Antiquities' 11 1920-21 246
Oliver, Dr., Library of, 9 1916-17 61
Oliver, Dr.William of Bath, 7 1912-13 74
Oliver, Dr.William of Bath, 6 1910-11 254
Oliver, Sir Benjamin, Monument to, 5 1908-09 12
Oliver's Monasticon,   29 1962-64 29, 91
Olyver, Thomas, 15 1928-29 84
Open Field System Terms,   21 1940-41 174
Ophtalmoscope, Inventor of, 14 1926-27 174
Opy, Nicholas, 14 1926-27 32
Orange, Family, 37 1992-96 342
Orange, Prince of, who carried him ashore ?, 16 1930-31 147
Orchard, Family, 30 1965-67 185, 253
Ordgar,   22 1942-46 96, 135
Ordnance Survey Maps, Exeter, 34 1978-81 63
Orenge, Family, 14 1926-27 7, 73, 111
Organ Makers, Chappyngton of South Molton, 6 1910-11 31, 84, 85, 86
Organ Makers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 164
Organ Makers, Paul Micheau 10 1918-19 162, 163
Organ Makers, Richard Chapendon, 10 1918-19 82, 83, 109, 110
Organ, Barrel in Hartland Church, 14 1926-27 172
Organ, Tiverton Church, 18 1934-35 272, 321
Organists, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 164
Ormond, Second Duke of, Jacobite, 9 1916-17 13
Osbern, Bishop and His Manor of Bishops Teignton, 6 1910-11 255
Osbern, Bishop, 17 1932-33 64
Osbern, Domesday Tenant of Tapleigh, 3 1904-05 39, 91, 96
Osmond, Christopher, 18 1934-35 374
Otterton, Great flood of 1753 12 1922-23 293
Otterton, Note Book, 10 1918-19 196
Otterton, Priory Murder, 13 1924-25 132
Otterton,   15 1928-29 354
Otterton,   14 1926-27 203, 380
Ottery St.Mary, Bosses and corbels in church of, 12 1922-23 88
Ottery St.Mary, Cadhay, Collection of Deeds, 7 1912-13 77
Ottery St.Mary, Churchyard Trees, 10 1918-19 271
Ottery St.Mary, History of, 7 1912-13 214
Ottery St.Mary, King's School, 37 1992-96 212
Ottery St.Mary, Land Tenure at, 30 1965-67 168
Ottery St.Mary, Manor Book of, 8 1914-15 61, 77,
Ottery St.Mary, Parliamentary Army at, 34 1978-81 119
Ottery St.Mary, Register, 10 1918-19 121
Ottery St.Mary, Register, 10 1918-19 159
Ottery St.Mary, Register, Wood family, 10 1918-19 225
Ottery St.Mary, Trumpeting Clock of, 6 1910-11 1
Ottery St.Mary,   35 1982-86 184
Ottery St.Mary,   23 1947-49 139
Ottery St.Mary,   22 1942-46 191, 204
Ottery St.Mary,   21 1940-41 15, 217
Ottery St.Mary,   20 1938-39 313
Ottery St.Mary,   17 1932-33 152, 376
Ottery St.Mary,   15 1928-29 252
Ottery St.Mary,   14 1926-27 62, 65
Ottery St.Mary,   12 1922-23 156
Ottery, Heraldry at, 4 1906-07 192
Oven, Proving or pruning, 13 1924-25 201
Ovens, Barnstaple, 30 1965-67 317
Ovens, Barnstaple, 10 1918-19 303
Overseers' account,   27 1956-58 220, 250
Owen, Family, 23 1947-49 94
Oxen, Plough, Iron Shoes for, 2 1902-03 79, 120,
Oxen, Used for coaches, 15 1928-29 127
Oxenham, Family, 33 1974-77 309
Oxenham, Family, 12 1922-23 249, 303
Oxenham, John, Tombstone of, 1 1900-01 194
Oxford University Extension,   34 1978-81 19
Oxford, All Souls' College, 17 1932-33 251, 292
Oxford, Corpus Christi College, 17 1932-33 4
Oxford, Early science at, 13 1924-25 302
Oxford, Exeter College, 17 1932-33 147, 226
Oxton House, Ivie family, Kenton, 2 1902-03 177
Oxton House, Kenton Parish, 3 1904-05 16, 55, 93,
Oyster, Beds, 35 1982-86 174, 357
Oysterage, Saltash dispute, 36 1987-91 243, 287
Pack-saddles,   13 1924-25 196
Padstow,   31 1968-70 252
Padstow,   26 1954-55 87, 116
Padstow,   15 1928-29 165, 167
Padstow, Hobby horse, 12 1922-23 145, 216
Paige, Family, 14 1926-27 65
Paige, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Paignton, As a port, 14 1926-27 197
Paignton, Bishop's Palace at, 12 1922-23 247
Paignton, Manor, 14 1926-27 8
Paignton, Yews in churchyard, 10 1918-19 306
Paignton,   33 1974-77 267
Paignton,   19 1936-37 127
Paignton,   15 1928-29 93
Painter, Landscape, I.Paulman, 30 1965-67 275
Painters, Devonshire, in London Exhibitions, 23 1947-49 174
Painters, Early Devon, 17 1932-33 145
Painters, Medieval, 17 1932-33 75, 99
Painters, Of Devon Churches, 17 1932-33 366
Painter-Stainers' Motto,   11 1920-21 70
Painting for identification,   37 1992-96 180
Palaces, Of the Bishops of Dexeter, 22 1942-46 78
Palaeologus Theodore, 17 1932-33 179
Palaeologus, John, 23 1947-49 27
Palaeologus, Family of Theodore, 18 1934-35 224
Palaeologus, Family lof Theodore, 12 1922-23 177, 217
Palliser, Sir Hugh, 26 1954-55 84
Palmer, Family, 20 1938-39 44
Palmer, House, 19 1936-37 338
Palstaves (Bronze),   13 1924-25 51
Pan, Buckfastleigh, 15 1928-29 152
Pancrasweek,   27 1956-58 25
Pandles, Expression from Hartland, 11 1920-21 147, 197, 198
Panels, Painted, Heavitree Church, 6 1910-11 133
Pannell, Family, 8 1914-15 122, 136,
Papal exactions,   13 1924-25 175
Paper making in Devon,   12 1922-23 14
Paper Mills, Devon, 20 1938-39 34
Paper Mills, In Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 97, 193
Paper Mills, In Devon and Cornwall, 24 1950-51 221
Paper Mills,   15 1928-29 153
Paper, Early use of in Devonshire, 12 1922-23 114
Paper, Early use of in Devon, 11 1920-21 33, 107
Paper-Making, Devonshire, 11 1920-21 33
Paper-Making, Distribution of, in Cornwall, 19th century, 20 1938-39 2
Paper-making, In Devon, 8 1914-15 119
Paper-making, Industry, Barnstaple, 20 1938-39 56
Paper-making,   27 1956-58 6
Papists Licence, Chichester family, 1 1900-01 199
Papists' oaths,   15 1928-29 182
Pardon, For Rebellion 1498, 13 1924-25 210
Paris Street, Exeter, 1580 12 1922-23 200
Parish Clerk's Lament,   19 1936-37 316
Parish Clerks,   20 1938-39 220, 285
Parish magazine,   35 1982-86 71
Parish magazines,   13 1924-25 173
Parish Registers, Before 1538 in Devon, 11 1920-21 69
Parish Registers, Dorset, 34 1978-81 336
Parish Registers, Early, 12 1922-23 202, 203
Parish Registers, Grand Guignol' from, 33 1974-77 179
Parish Registers, Inaccuracies therein, 9 1916-17 5, 53
Parish Registers, Parracombe, 34 1978-81 108
Parish Registers,   3 1904-05 31
Parish stocks, Bradninch, 11 1920-21 67
Parishes, Devon, formation of, 17 1932-33 212
Parishes, Extinct, 16 1930-31 97
Parker, Theresa of Saltram, 37 1992-96 341
Parker, George, Enclosure for a Deer Park, 1 1900-01 15
Parker's Well, Exeter, Reynell family, 2 1902-03 137
Parkgate, Tavistock (or Tawstock), 13 1924-25 28
Parkgate, Tavistock, 12 1922-23 344
Parkhouse, William, 15 1928-29 81
Parks (Deer),   13 1924-25 100
Parliament Cornish members of, 14 1926-27 32
Parliament, Early members of, 15 1928-29 179
Parliament, Elizabethan Members of, 30 1965-67 40
Parliament, Members of, 1439-1509, 19 1936-37 219, 278, 326
Parliament, Of 1311, 16 1930-31 97, 153
Parliament, Of 1372, 20 1938-39 170
Parliamentary elections,   14 1926-27 126, 153
Parliamentary returns,   32 1971-73 171
Parminter, Lieutenant, 17 1932-33 51, 181
Parochial History,   27 1956-58 87
Parry and Halley, Families, 5 1908-09 29
Parson Joe and His Book, Story of, 8 1914-15 87
Parsons, Conjuring, 27 1956-58 108
Partridge, Family, 17 1932-33 271
Partridge, Rev. Samuel, Noted Pluralist, 1 1900-01 198
Pascoe, Ann, 34 1978-81 250
Pascoe, Erasmus, 33 1974-77 1165
Pascoe, Erasmus, 34 1978-81 101, 250
Pascoe, Family, 35 1982-86 355
Passemer, George, 29 1962-64 243
Passmore, Family, 32 1971-73 156
Past, Links with the, 20 1938-39 124
Patch, Family, 24 1950-51 18, 100
Patentees, Cornish, List of, 10 1918-19 241-49
Patentees, Devonian, List of, 10 1918-19 228-40
Patriotism, Devonian in 1803, 8 1914-15 199
Patrons and Rectors, Bondleigh, 29 1962-64 53
Patrons and Rectors, Eggesford, 29 1962-64 109
Patrons and Rectors, Eggesford, Devon, 30 1965-67 23
Patry or Patrick, Family, 15 1928-29 13, 14
Paulet, Family, 17 1932-33 167
Paulet, Family, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Paulman, I., Landscape Painter, 30 1965-67 275
Payhembury, Hille or Rull, use of names, 11 1920-21 295
Payhembury,   36 1987-91 108
Payn, James, in Devonshire, 1899, 2 1902-03 159, 192, 204,
Paynter, Alias Camborn, Family, 32 1971-73 154
Paynter, Family, 27 1956-58 93, 121, 259
Paynter, Francis, 31 1968-70 228
Paynter, Francis, 32 1971-73 85, 124
Paynter, Henry, Ministers of Seaton, 5 1908-09 83
Peach, L.du G., 14 1926-27 371
Peadington, Charter, 17 1932-33 125
Peard, Justinian, will of, 22 1942-46 10
Pearl Wedding,   10 1918-19 306
Pearse, Edmond, 16 1930-31 198
Pearse, Family, 33 1974-77 313
Pearse, Family, 14 1926-27 154
Pearse, John, A Hatherleigh Poet, 7 1912-13 42
Pearse, Rear Admiral Thomas (1759-1830), 30 1965-67 93
Peasants' Revolt, Echoes of, 16 1930-31 36
Pease, Family Diaries, 35 1982-86 354
Peat, Charcoal, 30 1965-67 118, 252
Pedestres,   16 1930-31 7
Peep Show Tour,   16 1930-31 219
Pell, Robert Claus, 32 1971-73 281
Pellew, Edward, 27 1956-58 303
Pellew, Edward, 1st Viscount Exmouth, 17 1932-33 337, 338
Pellew, Family of Flushing, Falmouth, 30 1965-67 93
Pelynt,   16 1930-31 99
Pelynt,   15 1928-29 297
Pelynt,   13 1924-25 349
Penance, At Uffculme, 36 1987-91 104
Pendarves, Family, 23 1947-49 90
Pendennis Castle, Surrender of, 24 1950-51 84
Penhawger,   23 1947-49 202
Penheale Press, Press in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 69
Penheleg., MS, 28 1959-61 125
Penhorwood, Family, 17 1932-33 185
Penpol,   14 1926-27 127, 384
Penrose, John, 27 1956-58 85
Penrose, Family, 10 1918-19 97
Penrose, Rev. John, Rector of Sowton, 1737, 3 1904-05 207, 236, 237,
Penrose, Richard, 14 1926-27 32
Penruddocke, Family, 25 1952-53 107
Penryn,   28 1959-61 329
Penryn,   15 1928-29 164
Pension Recommendation, Humphry Wilkins, 1667, 5 1908-09 30
Penson, Family, 24 1950-51 131, 158
Penson, Family, 22 1942-46 369
Penventon, Lewannick, 31 1968-70 107
Penvith, Undergraound passage, 22 1942-46 337
Penwith Hundred, Hundred, 15 1928-29 238
Penwith, Subsidies, 28 1959-61 149
Penzance, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 280
Penzance, Lease of Fair and Markets, 6 1910-11 108
Penzance, Market Cross, 6 1910-11 72
Penzance, Market Cross, 7 1912-13 48
Penzance, Tercentenary, List of Mayors, 8 1914-15 58, 121,
Penzance,   29 1962-64 128
Penzance,   15 1928-29 97, 164, 167
Pepperell, Of Massachusetts Bay, 19 1936-37 371
Peppin, George, Diary, 1839, 30 1965-67 50, 82, 140, 196
Pepys, Mrs., Birthplace of, 12 1922-23 9
Perambulation mark,   16 1930-31 261
Pering, Rev.John, d.1843, 6 1910-11 63
Periodicals, Church, 13 1924-25 202
Perranporth,   17 1932-33 328
Perranporth,   14 1926-27 104
Perranzabuloe, Church, 24 1950-51 48
Perrey, John, 18 1934-35 378
Perring, Family, 27 1956-58 287
Perring, Family, 28 1959-61 94
Perrycoste, Frank Hill, 37 1992-96 175, 207
Peter als Anthonye, John, 14 1926-27 326
Peter Pindar,   24 1950-51 21, 192, 196
Peter Pindar,   23 1947-49 361
Peter Tavy, Inscriptions in church, 37 1992-96 112
Peter, Family, 10 1918-19 11
Peter, Hugh, 18 1934-35 355, 361
Peter, Lord King, 1669-1734 12 1922-23 327
Peter, Richard, d.1910, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 156
Peter, The Great, 22 1942-46 275
Peter, Thurstan, F.S.A., In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 225
Peter's Farthings,   20 1938-39 80
Peter's Farthings,   4 1906-07 248
Peters Fingers,   29 1962-64 181
Peters Fingers,   22 1942-46 135
Peter's Pence,   20 1938-39 81
Petherick, Family, 29 1962-64 236
Petherwin, North, 14 1926-27 273
Petition, Broadside to Mayor of Exeter, 1641, 2 1902-03 141
Petitions, Ancient, 19 1936-37 283, 331
Petre, Family, 32 1971-73 119
Petre, Family, 27 1956-58 334
Petre, Will, Murder of, 1611, 10 1918-19 50, 87
Pett, Phineas, 14 1926-27 122, 167, 168
Pett, Samuel, 14 1926-27 195
Petton, Near Bampton, 13 1924-25 160, 210, 211
Peverell, Family and Plymouth, 13 1924-25 198
Peverell,   20 1938-39 78
Peverell, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 364
Peverell,   14 1926-27 249
Pew Right, Sale of, 24 1950-51 31
Pew, A 'Sheaf', 23 1947-49 323
Pewter, Marks thereon, 7 1912-13 160, 242,
Pewter,   14 1926-27 268, 354
Pewterers, West Country, 10 1918-19 169
Pewterers, West Country, 9 1916-17 145
Pharmocopeia,   35 1982-86 335
Philadelphia,   25 1952-53 160
Phillack,   29 1962-64 63
Phillack, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 165, 249
Phillack, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 101, 250
Phillack,   35 1982-86 71
Phillips, Miss E. 15 1928-29 60
Phillpotts, Bishop, 18 1934-35 282
Phillpotts, Bishop, 17 1932-33 269
Phillpotts, Bishop, burning of portrait at Exeter, 12 1922-23 11
Phillpotts, Henry, descendants of, 34 1978-81 342
Philp, R.K., 26 1954-55 221
Phoenicians, And Cornwall, 19 1936-37 142
Photographs,   32 1971-73 282
Physicians, Royal College of, Munk's Roll, 24 1950-51 19
Physicians,   34 1978-81 80
Pie-Man, Exeter, 12 1922-23 345
Piers the pirate,   14 1926-27 372
Pig (Cremyll),   36 1987-91 326
Pig Killing,   24 1950-51 157
Pigs' Ears, At Sandford, 34 1978-81 298
Pigs' Ears,   18 1934-35 74
Pike of Bideford, Botanist 12 1922-23 6
Pilchard Fishery, Cornish, 7 1912-13 160
Pilchards and Plymouth Fort,   30 1965-67 260
Pilgrim Fathers,   18 1934-35 235
Pilgrimages, Plymbridge, 12 1922-23 158
Pilgrim's Shrine,   17 1932-33 370
Pillas, An extinct grain, 22 1942-46 199, 226, 276
Pillem,   23 1947-49 137
Pilton, Hour-glass in Church, 12 1922-23 139
Pilton, Longstone, 13 1924-25 36
Pilton,   22 1942-46 134, 331
Pilton,   15 1928-29 155, 318
Pilton,   14 1926-27 328
Pimpernel, Legend, 15 1928-29 58
Pincerna, Simon de, 19 1936-37 364
Pincombe, Gertrude, 27 1956-58 80
Pine or Pyne family,   3 1904-05 181
Pinhey, R.L., 15 1928-29 245
Pinhoe, Battle of, 12 1922-23 161
Pinhoe, Derivation of name, 12 1922-23 116, 161
Pinhoe, Derivation, 12 1922-23 214, 256
Pinhoe, Henry Grove, Vicar, 1662, 5 1908-09 76
Pinhoe, Reynolds family, 3 1904-05 16
Pinhoe, Vicaar of and Payment to, 9 1916-17 240
Pinhoe, Vicar of and Danish Raid of 1001, 11 1920-21 184, 296-301
Pinhoe, Vicar of, origin of payments to, 12 1922-23 14, 15, 60, 63, 115
Pinhoe, Vicar's Pension, 19 1936-37 23
Pinhoe,   28 1959-61 25
Pinhoe,   15 1928-29 56
Piper, Family, 9 1916-17 31
Piperell, Family, 20 1938-39 179
Pippett, Family, parish stocks, Bradninch, 11 1920-21 67
Piracy, Barnstaple ship, From a, 12 1922-23 326
Pirate Gore, In Scilly, 22 1942-46 250
Pirates, Fowey, in 1462, 12 1922-23 230
Piscina, Crediton Church, 28 1959-61 148
Piskies, Cornish Folk Lore, 7 1912-13 113
Pitman, Family, 10 1918-19 62
Pitman, Family, 12 1922-23 11, 73
Pitman, Family, 10 1918-19 223
Pitman, Miser, of Exeter, 10 1918-19 62, 91
Pitt, Family, 32 1971-73 254
Pitt, Moses, 14 1926-27 9
Pixies in the Present Day,   1 1900-01 37
Pixy House,   13 1924-25 261
Place and Field Names,, Devon, 9 1916-17 29
Place Names,   29 1962-64 11
Place Names, Bracton's notebook, in, 14 1926-27 129, 161, 199
Place Names, Clyst and Week, 9 1916-17 20, 44, 92
Place Names, Cornish, 14 1926-27 158, 317
Place Names, Cornish, terminations 'oc' and 'ow', 8 1914-15 23
Place Names, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 173
Place Names, Cote Element in, 21 1940-41 105
Place Names, Criss-cross,Crows Ash, Bradninch,, 11 1920-21 106
Place Names, Cross, 20 1938-39 133, 184, 227, 330, 387
Place Names, Cullompton, 34 1978-81 213
Place Names, Dawlish, 21 1940-41 128
Place Names, Derivations sought, 6 1910-11 148
Place Names, Element 'Silver', 2 1902-03 86
Place Names, Filace, The, 12 1922-23 250
Place Names, Foreign in Devon, 7 1912-13 222, 247,
Place Names, Hartland examples, 6 1910-11 109
Place Names, Heart's Delight, 12 1922-23 201
Place Names, Identification of some examples, 6 1910-11 80
Place Names, Newport, 20 1938-39 327
Place Names, North America, 27 1956-58 109
Place Names, North Devon, 35 1982-86 398
Place Names, of Devon, 25 1952-53 34, 69
Place Names, Pronunciation of, 16 1930-31 76, 120
Place Names, Rattenbury Cross, 34 1978-81 82
Place Names, Scilly, 34 1978-81 25
Place Names, Silver Street, 37 1992-96 180
Place Names, Society of English, 13 1924-25 359
Place Names, Society, 14 1926-27 9
Place Names, Transferred, 14 1926-27 70
Place Names, West Cornwall, 24 1950-51 127
Place Names, White Cross, 37 1992-96 305
Place Names, Wressing, 20 1938-39 323
Place Names,   18 1934-35 114, 126, 278
Place Names,   31 1968-70 123
Place Names,   25 1952-53 50
Place Names,   17 1932-33 61, 179, 185, 188, 227, 320, 328
Place Names,   16 1930-31 8, 10, 11, 51, 52, 72, 100, 113, 119, 120, 148, 150, 154, 340
Place Names,   15 1928-29 291, 362
Plague Market, Merivale, 2 1902-03 127
Plague Market, in Merrivale hut circles, 22 1942-46 97
Plague, Devon and North Bovey, 6 1910-11 197
Plans of Exeter,   17 1932-33 37
Plant-names, Local, 16 1930-31 64
Plant-names, Local, 15 1928-29 285
Plasterwork, Lanhydrocl, 35 1982-86 315
Plasterwork, Ornamental, 29 1962-64 115
Plasterwork, Overmantel at Bitbeare Farm, Winkleigh, 30 1965-67 74
Plasterwork,   14 1926-27 29, 289
Playhouse, at Topsham, 22 1942-46 300
Playing Places, Cornish, 7 1912-13 172
Plots (Monmouth Rebellion),   37 1992-96 281
Pluckley (Kent),   31 1968-70 181
Plymbridge, Pilgrimages, 12 1922-23 158
Plymouth & Dartmoor Railway,   35 1982-86 256
Plymouth Brethren Chapel,   29 1962-64 9, 92, 230
Plymouth Brethren,   33 1974-77 130
Plymouth Brethren, Mary Lee, Novel on, 12 1922-23 296
Plymouth, And Newfoundland, 30 1965-67 234
Plymouth, And Devonport, 34 1978-81  
Plymouth, And Dartmoor Railroad, 23 1947-49 380
Plymouth, Apothecaries, 35 1982-86 159
Plymouth, Appeal to London 1645 12 1922-23 29
Plymouth, Assault Case in 1788, 10 1918-19 225
Plymouth, Bond 1555, 22 1942-46 205
Plymouth, Borough police force, 36 1987-91 58
Plymouth, Census returns, 36 1987-91 138
Plymouth, Chantry priests at, 18 1934-35 352
Plymouth, Charles Church, 29 1962-64 189
Plymouth, Charles Church, 23 1947-49 115
Plymouth, Charles Church, 6 1910-11 200
Plymouth, Charles Church, 1 1900-01 189, 201,
Plymouth, Churches of, 10 1918-19 197
Plymouth, Company and Maine, 18 1934-35 134
Plymouth, Corpus Christi Church, 23 1947-49 344
Plymouth, Court of Augmentation, Letter, 7 1912-13 75
Plymouth, Devonport workhouse, 35 1982-86 79
Plymouth, Dock, 22 1942-46 25
Plymouth, Dock, 27 1956-58 270
Plymouth, Dominicans, 11 1920-21 247
Plymouth, Early Deed, 18 1934-35 171
Plymouth, East Stonehouse, grant of land, 22 1942-46 181
Plymouth, Emigration depot, 36 1987-91 188
Plymouth, Fishing Feast, Origins of, 30 1965-67 155
Plymouth, Fort, Pilchards and, 30 1965-67 260
Plymouth, Freemen, 1664, 24 1950-51 116
Plymouth, French Church, 11 1920-21 68
Plymouth, French Church, 11 1920-21 111
Plymouth, Giants on the Hoe, 28 1959-61 63
Plymouth, Guildhall, old windows of, 26 1954-55 217
Plymouth, H.M. Ships at, 1814, 30 1965-67 304
Plymouth, Harcourt family, 13 1924-25 198, 255, 352
Plymouth, Hoe, 27 1956-58 299
Plymouth, Household Goods, 17th Century, 30 1965-67 132
Plymouth, Institutions, 35 1982-86 364
Plymouth, Letter from 1649, 7 1912-13 73
Plymouth, Memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers, 18 1934-35 235
Plymouth, Memories, MSS of James Yonge, 1831, 1 1900-01 87
Plymouth, Mount Edgecumbe, 23 1947-49 15
Plymouth, Mud Street Wesley Chapel, 22 1942-46 157
Plymouth, Nelson at, 15 1928-29 5
Plymouth, Newspaper 1855, 27 1956-58 46
Plymouth, Office of Lord High Steward, 10 1918-19 217
Plymouth, Old Almshouse, 36 1987-91 133
Plymouth, Old, 24 1950-51 125
Plymouth, Peverell family, 13 1924-25 198
Plymouth, Plan of in London Magazine, 7 1912-13 79
Plymouth, Prison Ships at, 1807-1813, 30 1965-67 274
Plymouth, Prison, 35 1982-86 33
Plymouth, Rectory and Vicarage, 5 1908-09 71
Plymouth, Reservoir Tablets, 27 1956-58 15
Plymouth, Royal Visit to in 1833, 30 1965-67 223
Plymouth, Seal of Council for Affairs of New England in, 9 1916-17 209
Plymouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 163, 166
Plymouth, Siege of, 29 1962-64 145
Plymouth, Siloam Church, 23 1947-49 344
Plymouth, St.Andrew (1391), 13 1924-25 89
Plymouth, Stables at Crownhill Fort, 36 1987-91 70
Plymouth, The Old Prysten House, 30 1965-67 298
Plymouth, Universalism in, 30 1965-67 139
Plymouth,   29 1962-64 9, 92, 145, 159, 187, 189, 230, 279
Plymouth,   31 1968-70 63, 96, 150, 181
Plymouth,   33 1974-77 44, 79, 131, 132
Plymouth,   27 1956-58 51, 57, 128, 153, 207
Plymouth,   22 1942-46 10, 90
Plymouth,   19 1936-37 37, 77, 202, 313, 315, 317, 364
Plymouth,   17 1932-33 297
Plymouth,   16 1930-31 5, 6, 197, 198
Plymouth,   14 1926-27 378
Plympton, Canons of and Joel the Knight, 3 1904-05 107
Plympton, Cartulary, 13 1924-25 97, 167
Plympton, Castle, Newnham Park, 9 1916-17 110
Plympton, Churchyard Cross, 1 1900-01 209
Plympton, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 303
Plympton, Norman corbels, 11 1920-21 1
Plympton, Priory Charters, 19 1936-37 41
Plympton, Priory MSS, 14 1926-27 32
Plympton, Priory, 22 1942-46 151
Plympton, Proposed Bishopric, 17 1932-33 224
Plympton, St.Maurice Registers, 3 1904-05 206
Plympton,   30 1965-67 19
Plympton,   32 1971-73 76, 124
Plympton,   25 1952-53 150
Plympton,   15 1928-29 79, 172
Plymtree, Church, 27 1956-58 121
Poem, Earliest in Devon Dialect, 12 1922-23 233
Poems on Death of One 'Slack', Noted Butcher and Boxer, 1 1900-01 69, 109
Poems on Devonshire, J.H.Reynolds, by, 5 1908-09 87
Poetry, The Gododdin Poem, 37 1992-96 192
Poets at Lunmouth,   27 1956-58 82
Poictiers, Hero of, 18 1934-35 314
Pointz, Family, 13 1924-25 281
Pointz, Family, 17 1932-33 360
Polaccas,   16 1930-31 295
Pole, Courtenay, Account Book, 22 1942-46 200, 239, 251
Pole, Carew, Letters, 2 1902-03 12
Pole, Elizabeth, 20 1938-39 78
Pole, Monument, Colyton Church, 9 1916-17 1
Pole, Periam, 14 1926-27 169
Pole, Periam, Talaton, 7 1912-13 206
Polesby Fee,   18 1934-35 34
Polhugo, Family, 25 1952-53 142, 175
Polhugo, Family, 24 1950-51 60
Polhugo, Family, 23 1947-49 268, 326
Police Force, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 58
Policeman, Very early Victorian, 27 1956-58 113
Politics, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 40
Politics, Career of Isaac Foot, 34 1978-81 128
Polkerris,   25 1952-53 160
Polkerris,   22 1942-46 235
Pollard and Hext, Families, 12 1922-23 343
Pollard, Arms, 26 1954-55 63
Pollard, Arms, 25 1952-53 223
Pollard, Family, 30 1965-67 185, 253
Pollard, Family of Waye and Horwood, 3 1904-05 52, 79,
Pollard,   29 1962-64 252, 302
Polperro, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 175, 207
Polrode, Manor of, 36 1987-91 61
Polruan,   15 1928-29 164
Polsloe, Bradford, held by, 19 1936-37 223
Polsloe, Pond, 19 1936-37 24
Polsloe, Priory, 21 1940-41 171
Polsloe, Priory, 20 1938-39 42, 142
Polsloe, Priory, 18 1934-35 170, 213, 321
Polsloe, Priory, 11 1920-21 126
Polsloe, Priory, 3 1904-05 232
Polsloe, Tiles, 19 1936-37 36
Polsue, Joseph, 20 1938-39 372
Poltesco, Carved Figure of Crucifixtion, 21 1940-41 170
Poltimore,   29 1962-64 235
Poltimore,   30 1965-67 23
Polwalter,   20 1938-39 375
Polwhele, Revd. Richard, Editor of a work of Poems, 7 1912-13 176
Polwhele, William, 15 1928-29 244
Pomeroy and Derby, Families, 12 1922-23 160
Pomeroy, Arms, 25 1952-53 133
Pomeroy, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Pomeroy, Family, 24 1950-51 9
Pomeroy, Pedigree of, 19 1936-37 162
Pomeroy, Ralf, 29 1962-64 193
Pons Martinorum,   21 1940-41 108
Poor Law, The New , and Pauper Apprenticeship in Devon, 30 1965-67 145
Poor Law,   25 1952-53 41
Poor Law,, Administration at Honeychurch, 1 1900-01 54
Poor, Apprentices at Yealmpton, 34 1978-81 192
Poor, House, Ilsington, 1815, 30 1965-67 195
Poor, Non-native at Ugborough, 14 1926-27 134
Pope, Eugenius III, Bull of, 34 1978-81 307
Pope, Thomas, 14 1926-27 10
Popery, Protestation against (1641), 13 1924-25 51, 110
Popham, Sir John, Portrait at Blundell's School, 3 1904-05 33
Poplars,   18 1934-35 177
Pople's New London Inn,   19 1936-37 81
Poppy Heads, Location of Churches with, 2 1902-03 170
Poppy Heads,   18 1934-35 176
Popular Expressions,   24 1950-51 130, 196
Popular Expressions,   23 1947-49 362
Population, Devon, 34 1978-81 335
Population, Exeter, 33 1974-77 141
Population, Two Exeter Parishes, 35 1982-86 89
Porch fireplaces in Devon churches,   12 1922-23 1, 70, 119
Porkellis, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 253
Porlock,   16 1930-31 72
Port Wrinkle,   20 1938-39 84, 140
Portledge,   23 1947-49 33
Ports, Cornish, 29 1962-64 270
Ports, Devon and Cornish, 25 1952-53 139
Ports, Devon, 17 1932-33 48
Ports, Of Cornwall in the Middle Ages, 23 1947-49 65
Portugal, A "Cornish" Cross in, 30 1965-67 166
Portugue,   25 1952-53 49
Portuguese Coins, Moidores in West Country, 8 1914-15 22, 56, 122,
Posbury, Battle of, 28 1959-61 105
Posset-Pans,   7 1912-13 105, 121, 122,
Postal Service, Devon, 36 1987-91 166
Postal Service,   22 1942-46 296
Postbridge,   23 1947-49 265, 298
Pot culture,   35 1982-86 353
Pot de Vin, Totnes, 1 1900-01 254
Potato, Introduction of, 15 1928-29 113
Potato, Crop Failures in SW England 1845-47, 30 1965-67 97, 172
Potter, Arms, 13 1924-25 246
Potteries,   33 1974-77 260
Pottery (prehistoric),   13 1924-25 73, 103
Poughill, Cornwall, 13 1924-25 291
Poughill, Hospital, 14 1926-27 279
Poundhouses (cider presses),   33 1974-77 59, 90
Poundstock, Patron Saint of Church, 23 1947-49 342
Powderham, Repairs to Castle, 1539, 2 1902-03 237
Powderham, MSS, 23 1947-49 55, 332
Powderham,   18 1934-35 275, 322, 375
Powderham,, Elzra Cleaveland, Rector, 1697, 10 1918-19 313
Powderich,   13 1924-25 154
Powell, Rev.J.R., Parochial Notes on N. Devon, 11 1920-21 149
Powell's Parochial Notes,   19 1936-37 264
Prance, Isaac, 16 1930-31 295
Pratt, Family, 17 1932-33 228, 263
Prayer-books,   36 1987-91 345
Preaux, Pruz, Prouse, Origins of, Gidleigh, 4 1906-07 148, 229,
Prebends, Five of Cullompton, 19 1936-37 139
Precentor's mantelpiece in Deanery House,   13 1924-25 352
Presbyterian Meeting, Launceston, 28 1959-61 324
Presbyterian,   37 1992-96 121
Prescriptions,   32 1971-73 123
Presentment, St.Veryan, 17 1932-33 48
Presentments , Of Sessions and Leet juries, 16 1930-31 177
Presentments, Wardens Of 1688, 7 1912-13 236
Press-gang, In 1623 14 1926-27 175
Press-gang, In North Devon, 13 1924-25 121
Pressing Iron and Shears,   22 1942-46 164
Prest, Agnes, 31 1968-70 154
Preston Street, Exeter, Ancient Building, 9 1916-17 4, 49
Preston Street, Exeter, Ancient Building, 8 1914-15 161
Priaulx, Dom Adam de, 17 1932-33 53
Price, Thomas of Poole in Devon 11 1920-21 250
Prices in 1696   15 1928-29 308
Prideaux, Bishop of Wocester 1641-50, 11 1920-21 82
Prideaux, Crest of Family, 8 1914-15 112
Prideaux, Family of Tavistock, 7 1912-13 109
Prideaux, Family, 36 1987-91 376
Prideaux, Family, 9 1916-17 208, 240,
Prideaux, Lt.Col.F.B., Memoir of, 20 1938-39 193
Priests executed (1548-9),   13 1924-25 57, 264
Prince, John His Genealogy, 14 1926-27 180, 182, 202
Prince, John, 33 1974-77 86
Prince, John, 34 1978-81 301
Prince, John, Author, 6 1910-11 101
Prince, John, Author, 5 1908-09 220, 262,
Prince, John, Constable of Hundred of Axminster, 1663, 5 1908-09 73
Prince, Leonard, 20 1938-39 319
Prince, Memorial to, 18 1934-35 174
Prince, Of Orange, Hs Flag, 1 1900-01 25
Prince, William, 17 1932-33 231
Prince, Worthies', 18 1934-35 76
Prince's "Worthies of Devon",   31 1968-70 67, 95, 171
Prince's Worthies, Pre-publication advertisement, 2 1902-03 125
Princetown, Chapel of Tor Royal, 9 1916-17 182, 183
Princetown, Ivybridge, A New Road, 7 1912-13 274
Princetown, Massacre, 36 1987-91 248
Printer, John Mudge, Plymouth, 9 1916-17 196
Printers of the Statutes, 16th century, 6 1910-11 110
Printers, Early, Exeter, 29 1962-64 164
Printers, Exeter, 36 1987-91 255, 273, 326
Printing, Cornish, 11 1920-21 138
Prints, Devon, 14 1926-27 348
Prints, Topographical, 32 1971-73 185
Prior, Of St.Nichiolas, Exeter, 22 1942-46 191
Priory, Launceston, 19 1936-37 19
Priory, Mount Grace, Yorkshire, 24 1950-51 59
Priory, Plympton, 19 1936-37 41
Priory, Polsloe, 21 1940-41 171
Priory, Southwark, 34 1978-81 82
Priory, St.Gregory (?), Cornwall, 8 1914-15 122
Priory, St.James', 21 1940-41 174
Priory, St.Katherine's, Polsloe, 19 1936-37 356
Priory, St.Nicholas, Exeter, 21 1940-41 23, 68
Priory, Totnes, 21 1940-41 22
Priory, Tywardreath, 36 1987-91 277
Prison, Plymouth, 35 1982-86 33
Prison, Ships at Plymouth, 1807-13, 30 1965-67 274
Prisoners in Devon, Taken by Ed.Courtenay, Reign of Richard II, 1 1900-01 181
Prisoners of War,   15 1928-29 180
Prisoners of War, American at Ashburton, 2 1902-03 129, 185,
Prisons, Manor, in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 251
Privateer Agreement, Admiral Edwards of Dartmouth 1779, 7 1912-13 141, 148,
Privateering,   35 1982-86 365
Probate courts,   33 1974-77 180
Probus,   29 1962-64 62
Probus,   23 1947-49 181
Probus,   15 1928-29 245
Probushomo (Pridham),   13 1924-25 197
Processions,   16 1930-31 50
Procurations,   13 1924-25 197
Proper,   26 1954-55 20
Protestant opinion,   33 1974-77 177
Protestation, Against Popery 1641, 13 1924-25 51, 110
Protestation, Axminster Oath Rolls, 10 1918-19 293
Protestation, Oaths Roll, 26 1954-55 188
Protestation, Of 1640, 8 1914-15 110
Protestation, Returns, 32 1971-73 217
Protestation, Uffculme Oath Rolls, 10 1918-19 253
Prout, J.S., 27 1956-58 197
Prout, Samuel, ancestry of, 12 1922-23 137
Prouz, Family, Giffard Fee, 6 1910-11 51
Prouz, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Prouz,   22 1942-46 26, 102
Proverbs, Personal, 13 1924-25 16, 206
Proving or pruning oven,   13 1924-25 201
Provisions, 18th century, 16 1930-31 40
Provost, Woman (1473) 17 1932-33 366
Prowse , Arms of, 2 1902-03 169,
Prowse, Family, 36 1987-91 260
Prowse, Family, 26 1954-55 140, 188
Prowse, Memorials, Chagford Church, 9 1916-17 81, 121, 150
Prowz, Aveton-Giffard, 5 1908-09 133, 150, 152,
Prsbyterian chapels,   27 1956-58 296
Prudum, William, 17 1932-33 347
Prysten House, Plymouth, 17 1932-33 297
Psalter, Ide de Ralegh's, 22 1942-46 35
Psalter, Ide de Ralegh's, 21 1940-41 206
Publication of Devon Documents,   37 1992-96 312, 344
Publications received,   35 1982-86 279, 400
Puddicombe, House, Drewsteignton, 20 1938-39 317
Puddicombe, Thomas, Vicar of Branscombe 1794-1827, 7 1912-13 128, 177,
Puddicombe, Vicar of Branscombe, 1539, 2 1902-03 37
Puffins,   36 1987-91 193
Pugsley, Family, 32 1971-73 203
Pullain, Cardinal Robert, 5 1908-09 262
Pulman Memorials, 17 1932-33 170
Pulman, Well and pump, 17 1932-33 365
Pulman's, Book of the Axe, 20 1938-39 140, 232
Pulsford,   30 1965-67 59
Puncknowle, Dorset, 15 1928-29 148
Purdon, R.A., 15 1928-29 284
Purgation,   13 1924-25 182
Puritan, Divines of Barnstaple, 6 1910-11 168
Puritan, Ministers, 18 1934-35 26
Puritanism, And New England, 18 1934-35 86, 138
Puritans, A Group of Elizabethan, 30 1965-67 61, 62, 95
Puritans, Elizabethan, 29 1962-64 295
Putford, East, 34 1978-81 39
Putt, Hatchments at Gittisham, 19 1936-37 300
Putt, Tom, Apples, 7 1912-13 47, 64, 99, 140
Pycroft, Dr., of Exeter, 1863, 7 1912-13 45
Pyke, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Pyle, Of Talaton, 18 1934-35 70
Pyne, Family of Upton Pyne, 7 1912-13 134, 155, 233,
Pyne, Family, 22 1942-46 103
Pyne, Family, 14 1926-27 292, 361
Pyne, James, early emigrant to America, 11 1920-21 67
Pyne, Thomas, early emigrant to America, 11 1920-21 67
Quaker Doctor,   28 1959-61 314
Quakers,   17 1932-33 45
Quarries,   29 1962-64 235
Quarries, Salcombe Regis, 17 1932-33 30
Quarry, Wishworthy, at Lawhitton, 36 1987-91 327
Quash, Joseph, Receiver-General, 7 1912-13 77
Quay, Sir William Lemon's, 30 1965-67 318
Queen of Spain's Fusiliers,   37 1992-96 22
Queen Victoria, Cornish miners' petition to, 36 1987-91 204
Quethiock,   14 1926-27 127, 384
Quick, Henry, 29 1962-64 240
Quilling,   16 1930-31 148
Quondam chivaler,   15 1928-29 351
Quott-at-Cross,   21 1940-41 86
Rabbit Warrens,   35 1982-86 295, 390, 391
Rabbits on Dartmoor,   34 1978-81 55
Rackenford, MSS, 11 1920-21 93
Rackenford, Tiverton saying about Rackenford 31 1968-70 119, 189
Raddon's Gift, Plymouth, 22 1942-46 90
Radford, Family, 27 1956-58 209, 249
Radford, Nicholas, 26 1954-55 117
Radford, Wills, 25 1952-53 109
Radford,   16 1930-31 338
Radfordiana Devoniensis,   28 1959-61 16, 42, 82, 112, 137, 176, 288
Radigund, The name, 32 1971-73 95
Radium Ore, Cornwall, 11 1920-21 221
Radium, Sources in Devon, 21 1940-41 77
Railroad, Plymouth and Dartmoor, 23 1947-49 380
Railway, Lynton and Barnstaple, 30 1965-67 27
Railway, Bideford, Westward Ho! And Appledore, 30 1965-67 240
Railways, Cornwall, 29 1962-64 270
Railways,   36 1987-91 9, 85
Rainsford, Margaret, 13 1924-25 153, 209
Ralegh, And Defoe, 20 1938-39 63
Ralegh, Exeter, And, 10 1918-19 252
Ralegh, George, Will of, 1595, 1 1900-01 290
Ralegh, History of the World', 22 1942-46 93
Ralegh, Ide de, 22 1942-46 35
Ralegh, Ide de, 21 1940-41 192
Ralegh, In Verse, 21 1940-41 206
Ralegh, In Verse, 20 1938-39 41
Ralegh, John, 13 1924-25 137
Ralegh, Lady, 3 1904-05 279
Ralegh, Lord Chancellor, As, 10 1918-19 38, 174, 259
Ralegh, Or Rawleigh Family, 7 1912-13 19
Ralegh, Sir Walter and a Treatise on War, 4 1906-07 223
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 23 1947-49 46
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 15 1928-29 22
Raleigh, Sir Walter, A Lawyer ?, 4 1906-07 186
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Book by Dr.Brushfield, 5 1908-09 41
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Engraving of, 2 1902-03 267
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Execution of, 5 1908-09 72
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Lament on Death of, 1657, 1 1900-01 212
Raleigh, Sir Walter, retirement, 37 1992-96 237
Raleigh, Sir Walter, retirement, 27 1956-58 97
Raleigh, Sir Walter, works, 31 1968-70 177
Raleigh, Tombstone in Famagusta, Cyprus, 1 1900-01 33
Raleigh, Walter v. Roger Slade 1 1900-01 150
Raleigh, Will of John of Topsham, 1501, 2 1902-03 201, 202,
Raleighad,   19 1936-37 362
Raleighe, John of Forde, Will Abstract, 8 1914-15 181
Ram of Dean Prior,   13 1924-25 56
Rame arms,   13 1924-25 56
Randel, Andrew, 31 1968-70 194
Rashleigh, Alice, 17 1932-33 362
Rashleigh, Family of Barnstaple, 4 1906-07 201
Rashleigh, Peter, 22 1942-46 127
Rashleigh, Peter, 'Verses from an Urn', 24 1950-51 61
Ratcliff, Thomas, 14 1926-27 108
Ratcliffe,   23 1947-49 265
Rattenbury Cross,   33 1974-77 357
Rattenbury Cross,   34 1978-81 82
Rattenbury, John, Smuggler of Beer, 8 1914-15 123
Rattery, Church, Tenor Bell, 10 1918-19 49
Rattery, Church Terrier 1617, 10 1918-19 126
Rawley, Walter, 34 1978-81 11
Rawlings, Family, 10 1918-19 292
Rawlinson, Family, 32 1971-73 155
Rawridge, Chapel, Upottery, 35 1982-86 327
Raybarrow Pool,   10 1918-19 174
Raynward, Of Cornwall, 7 1912-13 140
Read, Emigrant, 17 1932-33 280
Reapers' Dialogue, East Devon, In, 3 1904-05 26
Rebellion, Pardon for 1498, 13 1924-25 210
Recipes,   32 1971-73 253
Record Society (Devon and Cornwall), MS collections of, 13 1924-25 226
Records, Old Devonshire, 23 1947-49 53, 93
Rectories, Cornish, 19 1936-37 11
Red Lion, Exeter Inn, 12 1922-23 81
Red River, The Lost Name of, 30 1965-67 249
Rede or Reade, William, d.1385, 12 1922-23 249
Redruth,   23 1947-49 304
Redruth,   14 1926-27 249
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 6 1910-11 96
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 25 1952-53 102
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 18 1934-35 246
Regimental colours,   16 1930-31 247
Regimental March, D.C.L.I.'s, 10 1918-19 328
Registers, Burials, etc., licence for, 15 1928-29 280
Registers, Camborne, 21 1940-41 52
Registers, Parish, transcription of, 21 1940-41 32
Registers, Parochial of Poor Apprentices, 22 1942-46 170
Registers, Sidbury Parish, 19 1936-37 316
Registers, Unchristened Children, 12 1922-23 307
Regne Lodbrog, Lethbridge Ancestor, 1 1900-01 187, 214, 255,
Reichel, Revd. Oswald, In Memoriam, 12 1922-23 289
Relics of Civil War, Membury, 1 1900-01 118
Religious Houses, Armorials of the in Devon and Cornwall, 25 1952-53 25
Religious Houses, Armorials of, 24 1950-51 148, 197
Religious Houses, Cartularies, 19 1936-37 142
Religious Houses, Lead, 19 1936-37 122
Religious Houses, Persons ejected from, 18 1934-35 45
Religious Houses, Persons ejected from, 17 1932-33 81, 143, 191, 238, 285, 334, 337, 381
Religious Sect, the Family of Love, 37 1992-96 230
Reminges, Lands in and Prior of Launceston, 10 1918-19 55
Renaissance Woodwork, Devon Examples, 6 1910-11 65, 97,
Rendel, Family, 30 1965-67 93
Rendle, Andrew, 31 1968-70 194
Renolds, Family of Pinhoe, 3 1904-05 16
Rent Roll of Nance family 1625,   13 1924-25 278
Rent, Of a Red Rose, 20 1938-39 324
Rental, Duchy of Cornwall, Saltash, 22 1942-46 332
Restoration commissioners,   13 1924-25 314
Retter, Surname, 33 1974-77 124
Revels,   14 1926-27 10
Rewallin, Charles, Virginal Maker, 17th century, Exeter, 9 1916-17 241
Reynell, Alexander, Memoir of, 20 1938-39 289
Reynell, Family Connections of, 1 1900-01 111, 112, 152, 176,
Reynell, Family Connections of, 27 1956-58 188
Reynell, Family of Parker's Well, 2 1902-03 137
Reynell, Sir Thomas, diary of, 34 1978-81 214
Reynolds, Family of Pinhoe, 5 1908-09 43
Reynolds, John of the Mint in the Tower, 6 1910-11 57
Reynolds, John, Merchant of Exeter, 6 1910-11 57
Reynolds, Portrait of King George III 12 1922-23 8
Reynolds, Portrait, 22 1942-46 120
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 19 1936-37 338
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Maternal ancestry, 7 1912-13 49
Reynolds, Sir Joshua's MS Notes, 6 1910-11 151,214,
Rhodes, George, Vicar of Colyton, 5 1908-09 1
Richard I, Shield of, 22 1942-46 95, 135, 303
Richard, fitz Ralph, 14 1926-27 248, 310, 355
Richard, Of Devon, 13 1924-25 196
Richards, George, Artist of Bideford, 7 1912-13 273
Richards, Reuben, 15 1928-29 10, 199
Richards, Thomas, Prior of Totnes, 16th century, 2 1902-03 72
Ridge and Furrow, Devon and Cornwall, 24 1950-51 2, 132
Ridge Tiles, Equestrian, 11 1920-21 264
Rigging of Ships, Rigges and granpoles, use of, 11 1920-21 151, 202
Right of Way,   16 1930-31 8, 73, 74
Ringmore,   15 1928-29 356
Rings, Memorial, 17 1932-33 126
Riot at Helston 1791   10 1918-19 315
Rippn Tor, Cross on, 4 1906-07 10
Rippon Tor, Cross on, 3 1904-05 177
Risdon, Anthony, 20 1938-39 323
Risdon, Armorial plates in, 22 1942-46 23
Rivallis, Peter de, 18 1934-35 200
River Exe, Boat 'The Swan' 11 1920-21 88
River names (Cornwall),   13 1924-25 114
River names,   24 1950-51 19, 65, 97, 130
River Names, Devon, 23 1947-49 360
Rixman, John, 14 1926-27 22
Road, Plan of a "New", 29 1962-64 50, 184
Road, Roman, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Roads, Ilsington, 34 1978-81 203, 240
Roads, Old, Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, 20 1938-39 81
Roads, Princetown to Ivybridge, 1812, 7 1912-13 274
Robert of Plympton, Archdeacon of Totnes 5 1908-09 19
Robin Hood Games,   13 1924-25 260
Robin, The weeping, 27 1956-58 237
Roborough, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 279
Roborough,   23 1947-49 241
Roche, Saint, a letter of, 36 1987-91 153
Roche,   23 1947-49 299
Rock names, Names in Cornwall, 13 1924-25 114
Rock, W.F., 14 1926-27 173
Rockbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Rocque's Plan of Exeter,   6 1910-11 240
Rodney, Family, 24 1950-51 56
Rodney, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Roger, John of Staverton, 26 1954-55 26
Roger, Poet, 12th century, 21 1940-41 315
Rogers and Leman of Plymouth,   12 1922-23 160
Rogers, William Henry, 22 1942-46 241
Rogers, W.H.Hamilton, 20 1938-39 122
Rogers, William Henry Hamilton, F.S.A., In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 1
Rolle, Alexander of Parkgate, 4 1906-07 93
Rolle, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Rolle, Family, 25 1952-53 26
Rolle, Family, 20 1938-39 83
Rolle, Lord and the Reford Act,1832, 24 1950-51 144
Rolle, Pedigree, 26 1954-55 26
Rolle, Pedigree, 8 1914-15 221
Rolle, Samuel, 23 1947-49 297
Rolle, Signet Ring with Arms, 1 1900-01 196
Rolle's Swiss Regiment,   19 1936-37 319, 369
Rolling Pins, Bristol Rollers, 11 1920-21 36, 73, 104, 105, 158, 210,
Rolls, Henry, 15 1928-29 94
Roman coin, In Exeter, 13 1924-25 345
Roman coin, In Exeter, 14 1926-27 19
Roman coin, North Tawton, at, 14 1926-27 19
Roman Exeter,   22 1942-46 375
Roman Remains, Exeter Cathedral, 11 1920-21 32
Roman Road and Camp, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Roman Roads,   30 1965-67 27
Roman, Missing Inscription, 17 1932-33 55
Roman, Settlement, 17 1932-33 124
Roman, Villa, 17 1932-33 40, 43
Roman, Wine jar, 17 1932-33 115
Romano-British inscription,   13 1924-25 274, 308
Romano-British site, Stroke Gabriel, 27 1956-58 312
Rooke and Crane, Families, 11 1920-21 251
Rookes, S.E., 13 1924-25 3
Rooknet,   20 1938-39 79
Roope Harris, Assumption of name, 7 1912-13 112
Roope, Ricrad, 14 1926-27 369
Roridge, Chapel, 15 1928-29 8, 66
Roscarrock, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Roscarrock, Nicholas, 37 1992-96 185
Rose Ash,   22 1942-46 62
Rose Ash,   21 1940-41 113
Rose Ash,   16 1930-31 134, 154, 155
Rose Ash,   23 1947-49 198
Rose Ash, And the Hals family, 23 1947-49 51
Rose Ash,   15 1928-29 352
Roseland, Methodism in, 30 1965-67 323
Roskimmer, Arms, 13 1924-25 319, 356
Rossiter, Origin of surname, 36 1987-91 249
Rosuggan, Family, 24 1950-51 88
Rougemont House,   20 1938-39 286
Round-house, Machine-house, Or, 11 1920-21 285
Rounds or Playing Places, Cornish, 7 1912-13 172
Rounsavell, Richard of Devon and Connecticut, 37 1992-96 274
Rous(e), Family, 17 1932-33 185, 236
Rousdon, Portrait at, 19 1936-37 363
Rouse Goblet,   18 1934-35 290
Rowe, Arms and Motto, 2 1902-03 4
Rowe, Family Arms and Motto, 3 1904-05 56
Rowe, Family, 28 1959-61 29, 59, 94, 125, 266, 294
Rowe, Family, 29 1962-64 60, 65, 116, 176, 286
Rowe, Family, 31 1968-70 120
Rowe, Family, 27 1956-58 286, 314
Rowe, Family, 13 1924-25 4, 70
Rowe, Family, Brass, etc., Staverton, 2 1902-03 122, 163,
Rowe, George, 33 1974-77 56
Rowe, Joshua Brooking, In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 121
Rowe, Rev.James John, 18 1934-35 273
Rowe, Richard, 21 1940-41 145
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Family and El Cid, 30 1965-67 314
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Methuen, Howard Families and Holcombe Court, 30 1965-67 136
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Thomas of Dunchideock, 30 1965-67 24
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections,   30 1965-67 15
Rowes, Of Kingston in Staverton, 19 1936-37 156
Rowlandson, A View in Devonshire', engraving, 10 1918-19 126, 169
Royal Arms, Exeter, 28 1959-61 325
Royal Arms, Exeter Cathedral, 3 1904-05 38
Royal Arms, Hall of Vicars Choral, 18 1934-35 130
Royal Arms, In Churches, 18 1934-35 52
Royal Arms, In Plaster, 14 1926-27 290
Royal Oak Goblet,   18 1934-35 290
Royal, Arms Appeal, 30 1965-67 21
Royal, Coat of Arms at Poltimore, 30 1965-67 23
Royal, Residence, 14 1926-27 378
Royal, Visit to Plymouth, 1833, 30 1965-67 223
Royalist Administration, Civil War, 31 1968-70 41
Royalist, Cornish Family in 17th century, 25 1952-53 89, 116
Ruald's Fief, Devolution of, 28 1959-61 3, 37, 69, 100, 132, 189
Ruald's Fief, Devolution of, 27 1956-58 275, 289, 321
Rudall, Family, 33 1974-77 181
Rugge, Rev. John, 17 1932-33 163
Rull,   21 1940-41 86
Rumbelow, Family, 11 1920-21 148
Rundell, Alice, 36 1987-91 62
Rundle, Arundell, 25 1952-53 79
Rundle, Family, 24 1950-51 158, 196
Rundle, MS, 14 1926-27 295
Rundle,   23 1947-49 27
Run-rig,   19 1936-37 175
Rural Dean, of Totnes, 28 1959-61 305
Rural Dean's Notebooks, Cornwall, 23 1947-49 161
Rural Deans,   33 1974-77 33
Rurde, Arms, 13 1924-25 5
Russell, Earls of Bedford, 17 1932-33 13
Rydon, Robert, earl of, 36 1987-91 211379
Ryse, Rebus, 17 1932-33 359
Ryse, Rebus of, 18 1934-35 78
S.P.C.K. in the West,   11 1920-21 178
Sacheverell Hall, Exmouth, 12 1922-23 156, 217, 260
Sackebye Fortescue Marriage, 2 1902-03 98, 159,
Sacrament Certificate, Certificate, 22 1942-46 304
Sacrament, Certiicate of receiving, 14 1926-27 294, 363, 365, 366
Sacrilege, Torre Abbey, at, 14 1926-27 25
Sadborow Yeomanry,   19 1936-37 157
Saffron crocus,   36 1987-91 39
Sailor, Hampshire, in Devonport, 29 1962-64 113, 227
Sailors,   32 1971-73 179
Saint Brioc, 15 1928-29 267
Saint Buryan, 18 1934-35 294
Saint Buryan, 15 1928-29 78
Saint Buryan, Deans of, 10 1918-19 31
Saint Buryan, Deans of, 9 1916-17 18
Saint Carantoc, 15 1928-29 171
Saint Catherine's Chantry, Fremington, 16 1930-31 32
Saint Christopher, 13 1924-25 194, 289
Saint Clare's Well, Hartland, 12 1922-23 314
Saint Cleer, monumnets, 17 1932-33 146
Saint Clement, Truro, registers 11 1920-21 220
Saint Columb Major, 14 1926-27 23
Saint Columb Minor, Devon Entries in register, 6 1910-11 51
Saint Cuthbert or Cuby, 12 1922-23 302
Saint Cuthbert or Cuby, 12 1922-23 247
Saint David's church, exeter, 12 1922-23 28
Saint Day, 17 1932-33 302, 337,
Saint Day, Holy Trinity Chapel at, 17 1932-33 349
Saint Decumen, 17 1932-33 282
Saint Elwin, 15 1928-29 267
Saint Ewe manor, 16 1930-31 100
Saint Ewe, 13 1924-25 349
Saint Gabriel in Devon, 7 1912-13 156, 213,
Saint George's Church, Exeter, 2 1902-03 5
Saint Gluvias, 22 1942-46 277, 292, 305
Saint Gulwell's Cross, 17 1932-33 357
Saint Hilary Vicarage in 1559 12 1922-23 315
Saint Ives, 13 1924-25 199
Saint Ives, 15 1928-29 165, 167
Saint James, Exeter, 11 1920-21 97
Saint John of Jerusalem, Order of, 13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Saint John's (Cornwall), 13 1924-25 302
Saint John's Hospital School, Exeter, 22 1942-46 100, 136, 138
Saint John's, Newfoundland, 17 1932-33 185
Saint Joseph of Arimathea, 12 1922-23 56
Saint Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 160
Saint Juthwara, 17 1932-33 246, 257, 291
Saint Katherine in Exeter Cathedral, 18 1934-35 211
Saint Keverne Church, 12 1922-23 201
Saint Kew, carved cross head, 12 1922-23 31, 212
Saint Keyne Well, 18 1934-35 369
Saint Keyne, 16 1930-31 208
Saint Laluwy, Menheniot Church, 6 1910-11 3
Saint Laurence, Parish of, Exeter, 20 1938-39 125
Saint Lawrence Church, Exeter, 22 1942-46 314
Saint Leger, 21 1940-41 42
Saint Leger, 20 1938-39 371
Saint Leonard's Chapel, Newton Abbot, 16 1930-31 374
Saint Leonard's well, Sheepstor, 15 1928-29 209
Saint Loyes Chapel, Wonford, 21 1940-41 62, 131
Saint Martin-by-Looe, 22 1942-46 337
Saint Martin's, Exeter, marriages at, 12 1922-23 278, 309
Saint, Martins-by-Looe, 15 1928-29 297
Saint, Martyn's-by-Looe, 13 1924-25 349
Saint, Mary Major, Exeter, 11 1920-21 90
Saint, Mary Major, Wardens' Accounts, 1410, 9 1916-17 220
Saint, Mawes, 15 1928-29 164
Saint, Melor, 15 1928-29 118
Saint, Mewan, Burials within the church, 18 1934-35 216
Saint, Michael's Mount chartulary, 14 1926-27 158
Saint, Michael's Mount, 17 1932-33 220
Saint, Milburga, 18 1934-35 176
Saint, Nectan, 12 1922-23 312
Saint, Nectan, 16 1930-31 208
Saint, Neot, 36 1987-91 209
Saint, Neot, Crowpound, 18 1934-35 130
Saint, Neot, windows of, 17 1932-33 224, 280
Saint, Neot, windows of, 16 1930-31 125
Saint, Nicholas Priory, Exeter, Heraldic Discovery, 8 1914-15 49
Saint, Nonna, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Oflamni, 12 1922-23 247
Saint, Osyth, 17 1932-33 252, 327
Saint, Pancras parish registers, Exeter, 11 1920-21 72
Saint, Pancras, Registers, 10 1918-19 307
Saint, Paul's, Devonport, Church Bell, 6 1910-11 73
Saint, Petroc In Devon, 2 1902-03 57
Saint, Petroc, 1 1900-01 6
Saint, Petroc, S.Brent, sculptured figure, 12 1922-23 251
Saint, Piran's Church, 14 1926-27 349
Saint, Roche, 36 1987-91 153
Saint, Rumon, 22 1942-46 281, 331
Saint, Rumon, 20 1938-39 40
Saint, Sanyo, 7 1912-13 256
Saint, Saviour, Abbey of 1 1900-01 87
Saint, Saviour's abbey, 13 1924-25 12
Saint, Senan, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Sidwell, 13 1924-25 18, 65, 104, 169
Saint, Sidwell, 12 1922-23 248, 302, 352
Saint, Sidwell, associated with Henry VI, 17 1932-33 291
Saint, Sidwell, 'camera' of, 17 1932-33 295
Saint, Sidwell, early occurrence of name, 17 1932-33 243, 253, 327
Saint, Sidwell, Exeter, 4 1906-07 190
Saint, Sidwell, iconography, 17 1932-33 249
Saint, Sidwell, land measures in fee of, 17 1932-33 254, 327
Saint, Sidwell, legend, 17 1932-33 247, 326
Saint, Sidwell, local association, 17 1932-33 247, 256
Saint, Sidwell, 'Vita', 17 1932-33 245
Saint, Sidwell, wells, 17 1932-33 253m, 256, 328
Saint, Sidwells, Weathercock, 2 1902-03 169, 199, 201,
Saint, Sithney, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Stephen's-by-Saltash, 21 1940-41 39
Saint, Stephen's-by-Saltash, 20 1938-39 82, 385
Saint, Theobald, 13 1924-25 346
Saint, Thomas Church, Exeter, 22 1942-46 238
Saint, Urith, 17 1932-33 250, 257, 290
Saint, Veryan, presentment, 17 1932-33 48
Saint, Vincent, at Torre Abbey, 15 1928-29 1
Saint., Zita (or Sithe), 17 1932-33 252, 327
Sainthill, Humphrey, 13 1924-25 77
Sainthill, Rev.Richard, 12 1922-23 55
Sainthill, Richard, of Topsham, 5 1908-09 149
Saints, Cornish, name in charm, 17 1932-33 119
Saints, Denis alias Disen, Conet and Petroc, 37 1992-96 45, 55, 185
Saints, Cornish, 29 1962-64 125
Saints, Irish, and their 'lechs', 15 1928-29 101, 159
Saints, Obscurer (Cornwall), 13 1924-25 52
Saints, Obscurer of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 248, 303
Saints, Of Cornwall, 30 1965-67 26, 176
Saker's Bridge,   14 1926-27 62, 113
Salcombe Regis, Old Glass in Church, 8 1914-15 97, 140,
Salcombe Regis, Quarries, 17 1932-33 30
Salcombe Regis, Thorne Farm, 6 1910-11 153, 169,
Salcombe,   18 1934-35 159
Salcombe,   15 1928-29 162
Sale by the Candle,   19 1936-37 261
Salem, Massachusetts, 17 1932-33 132
Saller Money or Sallery,   12 1922-23 53
Sallermand,   21 1940-41 279
Salmon,   19 1936-37 367
Salt mines,   33 1974-77 176
Salt Officers, Seaton, Of, 5 1908-09 85
Salt, Teignmouth in 1404, 14 1926-27 197
Saltash, Ancient Granite Doorway and Coat of Arms, 30 1965-67 221
Saltash, Edward, Hawkins, Mayor of, 30 1965-67 276
Saltash, Oysterage dispute, 36 1987-91 243, 287
Saltash, Small Silver Oar Mace, 30 1965-67 253
Saltash,   22 1942-46 332
Saltash,   19 1936-37 85, 180
Saltash,   15 1928-29 163
Saltram House,   29 1962-64 257
Saluzard,   21 1940-41 279
Sampford Courtenay, In 1549, 12 1922-23 225
Sampford Courtenay,   13 1924-25 270, 307
Sampford Courtney, Rectors of, 26 1954-55 75
Sampford Peverell, Church Plate, 28 1959-61 84
Sampford Peverell,   26 1954-55 8
Sampford Peverell,   15 1928-29 126
Sampford Spiney,   35 1982-86 234
Sampford,   27 1956-58 101
Sampson, John of Plymouth, 1415, 12 1922-23 109
Samwell/Samuell, Family, 33 1974-77 182
Sancreed,   27 1956-58 45
Sancreed,   25 1952-53 21, 78
Sanctuary crosses,   15 1928-29 196
Sanctuary, Chulmleigh Church in, 8 1914-15 49
Sand, Spinners of, 25 1952-53 213
Sandberd, Captain, 18 1934-35 372
Sandford, Altar Tables, 3 1904-05 105
Sandford, Church Figures, 8 1914-15 73, 113, 114,
Sandford, Dowrich, 33 1974-77 ,37, 70, 113, 154, 208, 252, 348
Sandford,   29 1962-64 39
Sandford,   34 1978-81 38, 298
Sandingways to the Sea,   22 1942-46 289
Sarcus (Tavistock),   13 1924-25 253
Satterly, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Saunton and Wooda Bay, Name Derivations, 8 1914-15 156
Saunton Sands,   23 1947-49 131
Saunton,   20 1938-39 319
Savery, Christopher, 14 1926-27 92
Savery, Family, 28 1959-61 285
Savery, Family, 27 1956-58 22, 158
Savery, Family, 25 1952-53 104
Savery, Memorials in Moretonhampstead Church, 9 1916-17 31
Savery's Steam Engine,   7 1912-13 160, 255,
Savings Bank, Tavistock, 23 1947-49 170
Saxifraga granulata ff.pl.,   27 1956-58 80
Saxon, Charters, Moot Hill, 15 1928-29 10, 75
Saxton Atlas,   34 1978-81 194
Sayings, Cornish, 13 1924-25 73
Saynt Peran ys fote,   24 1950-51 96
Scantle Roofs,   26 1954-55 10
Schofield, Walter Elmer, 34 1978-81 168
School-Master,   30 1965-67 24
School-Master, Reports, 30 1965-67 225
Schoolmasters, Devon and Cornwall Grammar Schools, 11 1920-21 79
Schoolmasters,   31 1968-70 109, 187
Schoolmasters,   35 1982-86 209
Schools,   31 1968-70 226
Schools,   32 1971-73 178, 214
Schools, Thatched in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 192
Schopp, J.W., 13 1924-25 309
Science (Early) at Oxford,   13 1924-25 302
Scilly Isles, In 1651, 29 1962-64 56
Scilly Isles, Pirate Gore in, 22 1942-46 250
Scilly Isles, Place-names, 34 1978-81 25
Scilly Isles, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 86
Scilly Isles,   18 1934-35 183, 229, 230, 232, 279
Scirland Stone, Sidbury, 11 1920-21 152, 197, 263
Scoble, John, 14 1926-27 369
Scoggin's Jests,   11 1920-21 61
Scorhill Circle,   17 1932-33 258, 261
Scotland, Farm, 16 1930-31 8, 72, 113
Scotswoman, A, on Devon, 16 1930-31 316
Scott, Sir Gilbert, 35 1982-86 124
Scratch Dial, Staverton Church, 10 1918-19 314
Scratch Dials,   17 1932-33 241, 325, 337
Sculptor,   33 1974-77 310
Sculptured Figure, South Brent, 12 1922-23 304
Sea Fencibles, Cornish Volunteers, 30 1965-67 172
Sea Sand, Removal of, 21 1940-41 280, 324
Sea temperatures,   36 1987-91 28
Sea-birds,   27 1956-58 217
Sea-fight, Between English and French, 17 1932-33 34, 130
Seal, Borough, West Looe, 11 1920-21 89
Seal, Common, of Exeter, 17 1932-33 346
Seal, Matrices at St.Michael's mount, 17 1932-33 220
Seal, St.James' Priory, 21 1940-41 174
Seals, Exeter Civic, 5 1908-09 201
Seals, As Meals, 15 1928-29 92
Seal-skin exports,   31 1968-70 140
Sealy, Family, 32 1971-73 220
Sealy, Family, 33 1974-77 26, 226
Searle, Edward,   16 1930-31 173
Seaton, In Song, 10 1918-19 258
Seaton, Ministers of, 5 1908-09 42
Seaton, Ministers of, Henry Paynter, 5 1908-09 83
Seaton, Salt Officers, 5 1908-09 85
Seaton, Tombstone of Sophia Nicall, 8 1914-15 157
Seaton, Vicars or Ministers of, 4 1906-07 262
Seaton,   20 1938-39 365
Seaton,   16 1930-31 173
Seaton,   15 1928-29 128, 132, 162
Seaton,   13 1924-25 3
Sea-words, Cornish, 29 1962-64 288
Seccombe, Thomas Strange, 19 1936-37 319
Seccombe, Captain Thomas S., 6 1910-11 22
Sedan Chairs, Exeter in, 6 1910-11 104
Selman, Family of Nymenham, 6 1910-11 7, 64
Sennen, Maen castle excavation, 23 1947-49 311
Serge & Cloth Trade,   28 1959-61 27
Sermon, Personal name, 17 1932-33 366
Sermons, Jesus Day, 5 1908-09 93
Seton, Family, 21 1940-41 85, 130
Seven Stones Light Vessel,   28 1959-61 253
Seventeenth Century, Thatching, 30 1965-67 117
Seventeenth Century, Plymouth Household Goods, 30 1965-67 132
Severn Sea,   16 1930-31 149
Seymour, Family, 31 1968-70 70
Seymour, Family, 33 1974-77 181
Seymour, Sir Edward, 14 1926-27 126
Shackellforthe, John, Ancestors of, 19 1936-37 81
Shaddick, John Gregory, 20 1938-39 377
Shakespeare, William, The Tempest, 37 1992-96 189
Shamwickshire, Mayor of, 13 1924-25 266
Shapcote or Shapcott, Family, 15 1928-29 30, 221, 257
Shapcote or Shapcott, Family, 14 1926-27 98, 162
Shapleigh, Family, 17 1932-33 186, 253
Shapleigh,   21 1940-41 314
Shapley, John, 14 1926-27 22
Shapton, John, Samuel, Susannah, 22 1942-46 25
Shapwick, John, Mayor of Totnes, 1434, 5 1908-09 134
Sharke, John, 14 1926-27 195
Shaugh, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 203
Shearwaters,   36 1987-91 193
Shebbear, Boulder outside Church, 24 1950-51 17
Shedenwood,   14 1926-27 298
Sheep, Annual loss of (temp. Henry VIII), 13 1924-25 102
Sheepstor,   15 1928-29 209
Sheffield, Yorks, 35 1982-86 316
Sheldon, John (surgeon), 35 1982-86 214
Shelly, John, 27 1956-58 51
Shepherd Court, Honiton, 11 1920-21 315
Shepherd, Family of Watton Court, Stoke Gabriel, 7 1912-13 138
Sheplegh Bell,   23 1947-49 27
Sherborne, and its first bishop, 16 1930-31 26, 114
Sherford,   16 1930-31 337
Sheriff, Oath of, 1432, 8 1914-15 9
Sheriff, Of Cornwall, 1749, 19 1936-37 367
Sheriffs, An Account of Devon, William and Mary, 10 1918-19 273-88
Sheriffs, Earliest of Exeter, 19 1936-37 297
Sheriffs, Early of Devon, 13 1924-25 44
Sheriffs, Early, of Devon, 20 1938-39 58
Sheriffs, Of Cornwall, 27 1956-58 125, 188
Sheriffs, Of Devon, 16 1930-31 104
Sheriffs, Of Devon, 27 1956-58 168
Sherwell Story,   30 1965-67 96
Sherwood, Family Pedigree, 3 1904-05 49
Sheviock, Stumpy Cross, 22 1942-46 308
Sheviocke, Courtenay Monuments in Church, 1 1900-01 246
Sheviocke,   14 1926-27 24, 183, 225, 279, 284
Shield, Of Richard I, 22 1942-46 95, 135, 303
Shields, Heraldic, 18 1934-35 11, 84
Shillingford St.George,   21 1940-41 267
Shillingford, A Story of, 9 1916-17 29, 90
Shillingford,   27 1956-58 245
Shillingford, Vicar of, 24 1950-51 156
Shillingham, Location of, 2 1902-03 18
Shillingham, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Shilston Upcott, Legend of, 20 1938-39 362
Shilston, Family, 21 1940-41 25
Shilstone,   15 1928-29 196
Ship models,   31 1968-70 141
Ship, A Tudor, 25 1952-53 24
Ship, A Tudor, 24 1950-51 226
Ship, French, 16 1930-31 198
Shipbuilders,   33 1974-77 91
Shipbuilding, Topsham, 23 1947-49 13
Shipbuilding, West Looe, A Contract, 35 1982-86 117
Shipbuilding,   16 1930-31 270
Shipping, Devon and England's, 15 1928-29 127
Ships, Barfleur, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, Comfort of Topsham, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Eagle of Barnstaple, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Endeavour of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Fortune of Topsham, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, From Fowey at Siege of Calais, 30 1965-67 11
Ships, Glory, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, H.M. at Plymouth, 1814, 30 1965-67 304
Ships, Joyce', 33 1974-77 222
Ships, King George (Privateer), 37 1992-96 250
Ships, King George, 35 1982-86 365
Ships, Launch on a Cornish Farm, 1701, 30 1965-67 139
Ships, Mayflower of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Mayflower, 13 1924-25 17, 61
Ships, Notre Dame of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Paradox, 13 1924-25 125-6
Ships, Prison, Plymouth, 1807-13, 30 1965-67 274
Ships, Reddecogge (La), of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Rodcogge (La), of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, San Joseph, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, Scilly' and 'Scillonian', 33 1974-77 352
Ships, St.Mary of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Mary of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Mary of Teignmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Thomas of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Temeraire, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, The Dinapore' , 33 1974-77 266
Ships, Ville de Paris, 13 1924-25 116
Ships,   32 1971-73 83, 94
Ships-of-War,   36 1987-91 351
Shipwreck, An Old, 24 1950-51 17, 132, 157
Shipwreck, Of the 'Mohegan', 34 1978-81 81
Shobrooke,   27 1956-58 10
Shoes, Iron for Plough Oxen, 2 1902-03 79, 120,
Shoolbred-Wilkin, Major, In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Shooting Marsh, Place-name, 16 1930-31 340
Shore, Margaret Emily, journal of 19th cent., 11 1920-21 189
Shorland, Family, 10 1918-19 292
Short, Rev.Samuel, 23 1947-49 221, 251
Short,   23 1947-49 94
Short, MS History of Hatherleigh, 22 1942-46 281, 332
Short, MS History of Hatherleigh, 13 1924-25 289, 293, 383
Shorthand, Registers of Allhallows, Exeter, 6 1910-11 17
Shorthand,   14 1926-27 108
Shortridge, Family, 20 1938-39 223
Shovels, Barnstaple, 15 1928-29 152
Shrimp, Sarah, 15 1928-29 10, 199
Shute Hill,   15 1928-29 154
Shute, Stray entries from Parish Register, 6 1910-11 25
Shute,   28 1959-61 111
Shuter, W., Artist, 1796, 7 1912-13 233
Shyllingford, John, MSS 1392, 9 1916-17 35
Sibthorpe, Humphrey, 19 1936-37 218
Sidbury Churchwardens' accounts, 26 1954-55 75
Sidbury, Killing of R.Karslake, 1664, 1 1900-01 132
Sidbury, Parish Registers, 19 1936-37 316
Sidbury, Scirland Stone, 11 1920-21 152
Sidbury,   27 1956-58 47
Sidbury,   15 1928-29 106, 184, 285
Sidford,   14 1926-27 375
Sidmouth,   29 1962-64 73, 183
Sidmouth, Church Band, 10 1918-19 271
Sidmouth, Fishing industry, 17 1932-33 119
Sidmouth, Lizards found at, 10 1918-19 305
Sidmouth, Recollections and Fancies, 8 1914-15 145
Sidmouth, Stained Glass, 3 1904-05 17
Sidmouth, Viscount, Henry Addington, 4 1906-07 79
Sidmouth,   30 1965-67 203
Sidmouth,   15 1928-29 106, 128, 132, 162, 286
Siege Pieces,   15 1928-29 100
Sigdure Lane, Kingsbridge, 9 1916-17 144
Signal Stations, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 213
Signs, Ball, 11 1920-21 105
Sihtric, Fourth Abbot of Tavistock, 22 1942-46 101
Silk Culture, In Devon in 117th century, 5 1908-09 144
Silver Cup,   14 1926-27 351
Silver Map, Drake's Voyage of 1577-80 12 1922-23 110
Silver Mine,   15 1928-29 102
Silver Mines, Devonshire, In, 7 1912-13 54
Silver, Element in Place-names, 2 1902-03 86
Silver, Exeter, export of, 37 1992-96 196
Silver, The Armada Service', 37 1992-96 81
Silver, Westcountry, 37 1992-96 160
Silversmith, JAP, identity of, 37 1992-96 313
Silversmiths, Exeter, 4 1906-07 55
Silverton Arms in Church, 2 1902-03 80
Silverton Devon, 37 1992-96 121
Silverton Mummers, 10 1918-19 48
Silverton, Mummers, 10 1918-19 9
Silverton, Mummers, 9 1916-17 228
Silverton, Neolithic Axe Head, 2 1902-03 125
Silverton, Stables in Park, 36 1987-91 70
Silverton,   24 1950-51 111
Silvester, Lady, Tour Through devonshire, 1824, 30 1965-67 313
Silvester, Lady, Tour Through devonshire, 1824, 32 1971-73 74, 262
Silvester, Richard, 17 1932-33 68
Simcoe, General, 16 1930-31 230, 257
Simcoeana,   14 1926-27 88, 198
Sir Rupert's Head,   14 1926-27 106
Six-mile Hill Cross,   14 1926-27 172
Skeleton in wall, Holsworthy Church, 12 1922-23 109
Skelving Stool,   22 1942-46 368
Skeryngton, William de, 16 1930-31 243
Skewis, Siege of, 28 1959-61 27, 29
Skewis, Siege of, 29 1962-64 231
Skewis, Siege of, 27 1956-58 306
Skey, Lt.Col.Boughey, 27 1956-58 123, 158
Skilvingstole,   23 1947-49 218, 269
Skimmington Ride, Processions, 11 1920-21 46
Skimmington Ride, Processions, 10 1918-19 93, 130, 155, 264, 299, 300
Skinner, John, 13 185  
Skirret, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Slabs, Sepulchral with Crosses, 10 1918-19 1--9, 42, 65, 123, 124, 150
Slabs, East Ogwell, 29 1962-64 217, 269
Slabs, Sepulchral, 18 1934-35 66
Slade, Family, 17 1932-33 131
Slade, Robert, 14 1926-27 23
Slade, Two Abbots, 26 1954-55 216
Slader, Dicky, 29 1962-64 237
Slader, Symon, 13 1924-25 322
Slapton, Heraldic Glass in Church, 7 1912-13 46
Slapton, Heraldic Glass in Church, 6 1910-11 149
Slapton, Manor, 28 1959-61 221, 266
Slapton, Manor, 29 1962-64 176
Slype,   18 1934-35 276
Smallpox, Outbreak in Tiverton, 23 1947-49 388
Smallridge, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Smerdon, Family of Ashburton, 4 1906-07 64
Smerdon, John, 32 1971-73 125
Smith, Augustus, 28 1959-61 27
Smith, Charles Hamilton, F.R.S., 30 1965-67 237
Smith, Col. Hamilton, MSS, 10 1918-19 145, 213, 214, 215
Smith, Family, 15 1928-29 91, 275, 357
Smith, History of Tavistiock, 20 1938-39 321, 390
Smith, Lt.Col.Sir Charles Hamilton, 31 1968-70 87
Smith, Of Cawood, Yorks, 16 1930-31 296
Smith, Of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, 16 1930-31 250
Smith, Of Thornecombe, 13 1924-25 154, 303, 348, 354
Smith, Of Thornecombe, 16 1930-31 55, 151, 253, 296
Smitheram,   24 1950-51 213
Smithies, Village, 17 1932-33 46
Smoking by Women,   12 1922-23 186
Smugglers' Track ?,   25 1952-53 77
Smugglers,   28 1959-61 84
Smuggling, Mayor of Fowey, 23 1947-49 118, 182
Smyth, John, 14 1926-27 24
Smyth, Recovery of Family Wil, 11 1920-21 212
Snell, Family, 33 1974-77 91, 267
Snow, Family, 11 1920-21 70
Soady or Sowden, Family of Looe, 6 1910-11 251,
Soady, Family, 17 1932-33 113
Social Conditions, Exeter, 35 1982-86 298
Sokespitch, Arms, 13 1924-25 8
Sokespitch, Family of Clyst St.George, 5 1908-09 23
Soldiers, And Centenarians, Bradworthy, 30 1965-67 169
Soldiers,   32 1971-73 220
Somaster, Family, 12 1922-23 295
Somerset Deeds,   21 1940-41 41
Song (Devon), old, 14 1926-27 10
Song of New England,   12 1922-23 198
Song of South Devon, As Morse Caught The Hare, 10 1918-19 328
Song, When Moss Caught His Mare, 9 1916-17 20
Song,   15 1928-29 282
Song, Young Tom of Devon, 13 1924-25 347
Songs of the West, Lecture by Cecil Sharp, 4 1906-07 56, 127, 151, 197,
Sorcery, In 15th century, 14 1926-27 323
Sore Sparrow Hawk,   10 1918-19 119
Sotreboc and Floyer Hayes,   19 1936-37 168
Sourton, Restoration of Church 1845, 3 1904-05 77
South Africa, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
South Brent, Sculptured figure at, 12 1922-23 251, 304
South Brent,   15 1928-29 353
South Ham District, Identification of Properties 6 1910-11 110, 130, 162,
South Hill,   14 1926-27 24
South Huish, Porch fireplace, 12 1922-23 1
South Milton, Font of, 8 1914-15 41
South Milton, Queen Johanna, death of, 8 1914-15 121
South Molton, Kingsland, 3 1904-05 53, 92, 104, 157, 201,
South Molton, Turnpike, 22 1942-46 117, 188,
South Molton,   16 1930-31 225
South Molton,   15 1928-29 292
South Petherwin, Church, Cornwall, Norman Doorway, 6 1910-11 145, 172,
South Tawton,   19 1936-37 80
South Tawton,   15 1928-29 125
South Zeal,   19 1936-37 80
Southcomb, Family, 23 1947-49 198
Southcombe, Family, 26 1954-55 6
Southcott, Joanna, 26 1954-55 89
Southcott, Joanna, 7 1912-13 69
Southcott, Joanna and her Passports to Heaven, 2 1902-03 241
Southfleet, Finds, 22 1942-46 127
Southgate Prison, Exeter, 5 1908-09 120
Southleigh, Church, Drake Tomb, 7 1912-13 113
Southleigh, Rectors of, 8 1914-15 67
Southleigh, Royal arms in Church, 17 1932-33 374
Southleigh,   14 1926-27 24
Southwark, Priory Cartulary, 34 1978-81 82
Southwood, Arms of Family, 6 1910-11 152, 208,
Sowton,   17 1932-33 179
Spain, An Exeter Merchant in, 30 1965-67 241
Spanish Armada, Capture of 'Capitana', 11 1920-21 51
Spanish Lady's Love, The, 15 1928-29 282
Sparke, John of Plymouth, 3 1904-05 16
Sparke, John, Will and Inventiry of, 1609, 3 1904-05 230
Sparkes, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Sparrow Hawk, Names for, 11 1920-21 143
Sparrow Hawk, Sore, 10 1918-19 119
Spear-head, From Probus, 23 1947-49 181
Speccott, Tristram, 22 1942-46 259
Spectral Black Dog,   15 1928-29 62
Spectral Black Dog,   14 1926-27 158, 197
Speke, Chantry Chapel, date of, 12 1922-23 285
Speke, Chantry heraldry, A Problem Solved, 30 1965-67 301
Speke, Family, 21 1940-41 151
Speke, J.H., 14 1926-27 298
Speke, J.H., 13 1924-25 30
Speke, John Hanning, 32 1971-73 55, 121, 141
Speke, Precentor's Arms on Chantry, 12 1922-23 284, 311
Speke-Drake Marriage,   7 1912-13 110
Spice Box,   16 1930-31 339
Spicer, Charity, 33 1974-77 85
Spicer, Family, 30 1965-67 121, 173, 200
Spicer, Family, 16 1930-31 338
Spider Race,   33 1974-77 355
Spindle-whorl, Discovery of, 12 1922-23 348
Spindle-whorl,   11 1920-21 15
Spinners of Sand,   28 1959-61 236
Spinners of Sand,   26 1954-55 28, 89
Spires, Lead, 26 1954-55 154
Sport, Centre in Exeter, 33 1974-77 17
Sport, Fox-netting, 13 1924-25 160
Spoure, Edmund, 37 1992-96 217
Spragge, W.K., 15 1928-29 93
Sprague, Surname, 14 1926-27 292, 361
Spreat, William, 32 1971-73 185
Spurs,   23 1947-49 23
Spurway,   23 1947-49 182, 216
Spurway,, Family, 34 1978-81 39
Spyhole, In Church Door, 34 1978-81 82
Squatters' Rights,   24 1950-51 213
Squirrel, Field Name in Withycombe Raleigh, 1 1900-01 197
St. Brannoc, Advowson, 25 1952-53 224
St. Buryan, bounds of, 1613, 24 1950-51 177
St. Buryan, Breton Name of, 19 1936-37 370
St. Buryan, Buryan, Bronze Age find, 23 1947-49 315
St. Buryan, Chapel of, 27 1956-58 336
St. Buryan, Chapel of, 30 1965-67 260
St. Buryan, Chapel, St. Blazey, 31 1968-70 214
St. Just, Chapel, St.Ives, 31 1968-70 215
St. Marychurch, Church dedication, 23 1947-49 122, 187, 216, 299
St.Andrew, Church, 29 1962-64 263
St.Andrew, Church, Gorran Haven, 30 1965-67 203
St.Andrew, Churchwardens' accounts, 26 1954-55 61, 89, 91
St.Andrew, Columb Major, 25 1952-53 1, 43
St.Andrew, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 312
St.Andrew, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 167
St.Aubyn, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 122
St.Blazey, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 65
St.Blazey, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 311
St.Blazey, cross at, 24 1950-51 73
St.Branwalader, Crosses at, 10 1918-19 307
St.Breward, Exeter, not dependent on Launceston, 19 1936-37 167, 177
St.Budoc, Feock, 25 1952-53 106
St.Buryan, Font Symbolism, 4 1906-07 129
St.Buryan, Germoe Church, 23 1947-49 354
St.Buryan, Germoe's Chair, 23 1947-49 356
St.Buryan, Glebe and Tithe, 26 1954-55 54
St.Cleer, Grievances, 19 1936-37 158
St.Clement, Inventory of Jewels and Ornaments, 8 1914-15 171
St.Columb Major, Just-in-Roseland, 25 1952-53 105
St.Docco, Kelly Green Chapel, 32 1971-73 7
St.Elidius, name of, 19 1936-37 291
St.Enoder, Of Cornwall's Day, 27 1956-58 103
St.Erc, Parish of, and King Athelstan, 23 1947-49 337
St.Euny, Pedigree of, 4 1906-07 247
St.German, Polsloe, 19 1936-37 36
St.Giles-in-the-Heath, Rectors of, 19 1936-37 311
St.Hermes, Royal Peculiar, Donative and Sinecure, 23 1947-49 369
St.Ia, Thomas Chafe Monument, 1 1900-01 129, 193,
St.Ives, Trevilla in, 25 1952-53 72
St.Ives,   25 1952-53 20, 129, 176
St.Just-in-Penwith,   28 1959-61 59
St.Katherine's Priory,   29 1962-64 231
St.Kew,   31 1968-70 214
St.Mary Church,   31 1968-70 213
St.Maure and Zouche,   31 1968-70 213
St.Mawgan,   27 1956-58 58
St.Michael's Mount,   24 1950-51 6, 52
St.Michael's Mount,   32 1971-73 7
St.Michael's Mount,   19 1936-37 38
St.Neot,   19 1936-37 38
St.Neot,   19 1936-37 38
St.Neot's,   19 1936-37 38
St.Nicholas,   29 1962-64 128
St.Rumon,   31 1968-70 215
St.Sidwell's,   31 1968-70 12
St.Sidwell's,   32 1971-73 7
St.Stephen-in-Brannel,   19 1936-37 279
St.Stephen-in-Brannel,   29 1962-64 157
St.Stephen-in-Brannel,   32 1971-73 219
St.Sulian,   19 1936-37 345
St.Teath,   30 1965-67 24
St.Tudy,   19 1936-37 185
St.Tysilio,   32 1971-73 168
St.Wenn,   19 1936-37 185
St.Wenn,   27 1956-58 42
St.Werry,   26 1954-55 41
St.Werye,   31 1968-70 213
Stabb, John, d. 1917, 10 1918-19 18
Stables,   36 1987-91 70
Staddiscombe and Holwell, Trust of, 12 1922-23 8
Stafford, Bishop, tomb, 16 1930-31 130
Stafford, Law, 14 1926-27 326, 368
Stafford, Bishop, Vow of, 13 1924-25 74
Stage Coaches,   27 1956-58 335
Staghounds, Devon and Somerset, 23 1947-49 52
Stag's Head,   23 1947-49 84
Stained glass, Bamfylde House, 7 1912-13 45
Stained glass, Bampfylde House, Exeter, 6 1910-11 225
Stained glass, Exeter Cathedral, East Window, 7 1912-13 283
Stained glass, Exeter Cathedral, east Window, Heraldry, 3 1904-05 1, 182, 229, 230,
Stained glass, Sidmouth Church, 3 1904-05 17
Stained Glass, Upton Pyne Church, 6 1910-11 177
Stained Glass, Votive Figures, 4 1906-07 59
Stained Glass, Windows, 13 1924-25 152, 193, 195
Stained Glass,   31 1968-70 112
Stained Glass,   32 1971-73 53
Stained Glass,   33 1974-77 65
Stained Glass,   15 1928-29 242
Stallensthorne, Warren family, Huntsham, 3 1904-05 55
Stallensthorne, Location of, 2 1902-03 222
Stanbery or Stambery, Morwenstow, 34 1978-81 342
Stanbury, Family, 16 1930-31 99
Standing stone,   31 1968-70 225
Stannaries, Devon, 22 1942-46 121
Stannaries,   16 1930-31 194, 255
Stannary, Bounds 32 1971-73 76, 124
Stapledon, Bishop, 18 1934-35 266
Stapledon, Bishop Walter de, 17 1932-33 147, 226
Stapledon, Bishop and Ashburton, 2 1902-03 161
Starcross,   15 1928-29 162
Starcross,   14 1926-27 254, 314
Starkites,   20 1938-39 133, 185
Starr, Family, 18 1934-35 221
Start Bay, Wrecks, Historic in, 5 1908-09 153
Staverton, Church Scratch Dial, 10 1918-19 314
Staverton, Church, Rowe Brass and Inscriptions, 2 1902-03 121, 163,
Staverton,   27 1956-58 59
Staverton-on-the-Dart, Observations on, 23 1947-49 41
Steam Engine, Savery's, 7 1912-13 160, 255,
Steatite, Industry of Cornwall, 22 1942-46 247
Stedman, John G., 29 1962-64 94
Steert,   24 1950-51 127, 196
Stephens, Family, 10 1918-19 89
Stepney,   16 1930-31 34
Stevens, Family, 31 1968-70 252
Stevens,   32 1971-73 94
Stevens,   20 1938-39 223
Stewarts (Cornwall),   29 1962-64 60
Stiley, Miss, 37 1992-96 180
Still Liquor, Manufacture of, 33 1974-77 356
Still Liquor,   35 1982-86 41
Stirling, Elizabeth, 20 1938-39 122
Stockland,   19 1936-37 162
Stockleigh Pomeroy and Thorverton,   19 1936-37 368
Stockly English,   13 1924-25 220
Stocks, Parish, 15 1928-29 151, 2302
Stoke Canon, Burrow Farm in, 20 1938-39 27, 88
Stoke Canon, Charter, 17 1932-33 56
Stoke Canon, Font Symbolism, 4 1906-07 129
Stoke Damarel, Hewett's Charity and William Sims its Almoner, 22 1942-46 330
Stoke Damerel, Register, Bampfylde-Moore Carew entry, 7 1912-13 111
Stoke Damerel,   23 1947-49 29
Stoke Fleming,   25 1952-53 224
Stoke Gabriel, Memorial Brasses St.Saviour, 4 1906-07 65
Stoke Gabriel, Register of Baptisms, 7 1912-13 78
Stoke Gabriel, Registers, 11 1920-21 315
Stoke Gabriel, Sextons, 9 1916-17 190, 214
Stoke Gabriel, Shepherd family, 7 1912-13 138
Stoke Gabriel, Tradition, 6 1910-11 102, 144, 147,
Stoke Gabriel, Vicar, 16 1930-31 315
Stoke Gabriel, Yarde family, 5 1908-09 125
Stoke Gabriel,   27 1956-58 312
Stoke Gabriel,   18 1934-35 228
Stoke Gabriel,   17 1932-33 314
Stoke, Canon, 14 1926-27 9
Stoke, Damerel, 14 1926-27 24
Stoke, House of, 20 1938-39 373
Stokeinteignhead,   33 1974-77 300
Stokenham, Customs of, 69 24 1950-51  
Stokenham, Rectory and Vicarage, 25 1952-53 153
Stokenham, Rectory of, 24 1950-51 175
Stokenham,   16 1930-31 304
Stokenham,   13 1924-25 99
Stokes, CaptainJohn, 10 1918-19 166
Stone Circle, Cornish, 19 1936-37 354
Stone Circle, Goodaver, 19 1936-37 350
Stone Circles, British, Review of Paper by E.M.Nelson, 4 1906-07 233
Stone Circles, Hore, 15 1928-29 154
Stone Circles, Moving, 15 1928-29 106
Stone Circles, Old Man, 15 1928-29 355
Stone Circles, Tolmen, 15 1928-29 197
Stone Circles,   33 1974-77 84
Stone Circles,   15 1928-29 124
Stone Pillar, Dartmoor, 14 1926-27 340
Stone Row, Bruford Down, Tristis Rock, 4 1906-07 12
Stone Row, Long, on Erme, 4 1906-07 11
Stone Rows,   16 1930-31 115, 199
Stone, At Bradworthy, 30 1965-67 238, 284
Stone, Circles, 17 1932-33 258
Stone, Exmouth, at, 17 1932-33 44, 180, 232
Stone, Symbolical, 17 1932-33 169
Stone, Tin-mortar, 17 1932-33 43
Stone, Tolchmoor Gate, at, 17 1932-33 114
Stone, Unusual, 18 1934-35 224, 286
Stone, Wendron god, 17 1932-33 45
Stone, Whitchurch Down, on, 17 1932-33 114
Stonehouse,   15 1928-29 163
Stones, Ellipse of, 17 1932-33 210, 274
Stones, Holed, 17 1932-33 204
Stones, In New Walk, Totnes, 19 1936-37 317
Stones, Moving, 16 1930-31 103
Stones, Moving, 14 1926-27 251, 253, 311, 312, 353
Stones, Ogam, 17 1932-33 187
Stones, Stepping, 20 1938-39 40
Stooke, Family of Waddon, 1645, 9 1916-17 58
Stoves, Milk-scalding, 11 1920-21 306
Stowell, Family, 10 1918-19 264
Stowford, Family, 32 1971-73 148
Stratton,   13 1924-25 260
Streams, Devon and Cornwall, 34 1978-81 39
Street Names, Exeter, 2 1902-03 28, 59, 69, 70, 158,
Street, John, 31 1968-70 186
Strelley, George, 33 1974-77 44
Streton or Storton, Devon, 11 1920-21 194
Strikes, In Exeter, 35 1982-86 58
Strode, Crest of Family, 9 1916-17 128, 157, 178, 179, 218
Strode, John, 18 1934-35 35
Strode, William of Newnham, 7 1912-13 64, 106,
Stroud, Diary of H.F., 33 1974-77 223
Strowbridge, John of Hobrayne, Inventory 1576, 2 1902-03 133
Stucley, Lewis, map of Bideford, 36 1987-91 39, 259
Stucley, Sir Thomas, 27 1956-58 190
Stucley, Sir H.N.G.,, dowsing, 15 1928-29 246
Stucley, Thomas, 14 1926-27 278
Stukeley-Affeton, Family, 28 1959-61 120
Stukeley-Affeton, Wood Connection, 28 1959-61 60
Stukely, Elizabeth, Allhallows Marriage, Exeter, 5 1908-09 177
Stukely, Thomas, 1597, 2 1902-03 225
Stumwoedgan, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 173
Sub-dean, An unrecorded, 17 1932-33 268
Subinfeudation,   15 1928-29 243
Sub-marine Vessels, John Lethbridge and Others, 2 1902-03 25
Subsidies, Cadbury, 20 1938-39 74
Subsidies, Exeter Clerical, 6 1910-11 17
Subsidies, Farway, 20 1938-39 32
Subsidies, Genealogical valaue of, 1327 and 1332, 22 1942-46 169
Subsidies, Thorverton, 20 1938-39 74
Subsidy, Engraving of 15th century seal, 3 1904-05 176
Subsidy, Lay of 1523, East Devon, 11 1920-21 227-240
Suckbitch, Arms, 13 1924-25 8
Sullones Terre,   21 1940-41 172, 210
Sully, Sir John, 23 1947-49 397
Sundial,   19 1936-37 178
Sundial, Weston Mill, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 315
Superstitions,   32 1971-73 20, 84
Superstitions,   33 1974-77 312, 355
Surname, Cardozo, 24 1950-51 191
Surname, Fisher, 24 1950-51 128
Surname, Higman, 24 1950-51 174
Surname, Hoper, 21 1940-41 128, 212
Surname, Linthicum, 9 1916-17 95
Surname, Rosuggan, 24 1950-51 88
Surname, Uglow, 24 1950-51 128
Surname, Variants, 24 1950-51 16
Surnames,   32 1971-73 51, 113, 173, 184
Surnames, North Devon, 35 1982-86 398
Surnames, Wilton, 35 1982-86 26
Surnames,   25 1952-53 107
Surnames, Norman, 9 1916-17 93
Surrey,   18 1934-35 60
Surtees,   21 1940-41 204
Surveys, Feodaries, 23 1947-49 54
Sussex, Alfriston, 32 1971-73 216
Sussex, And Devon, 16 1930-31 135
Sussex, East Blatchington, 32 1971-73 216
Sussex, Hamsey, 32 1971-73 217
Sussex, Rye, 32 1971-73 252
Sussex, Seaford, 32 1971-73 252
Sutcombe, Church, 8 1914-15 2
Sutcombe, Armorial Panel at Solden, 2 1902-03 149, 197,
Sutcombe,   14 1926-27 327
Sutherland, Collection of Drawings, 24 1950-51 170
Swaling,   14 1926-27 63
Swan, Boat so named on River Exe, 11 1920-21 88, 144, 166, 207, 244, 260
Swete, John, 15 1928-29 124
Swete, MSS, 29 1962-64 10
Swete, Rev. John, Dartmoor Tour 1789, 1 1900-01 88, 121, 169, 205,
Swete, Rev.John, Trees mentioned, 1789, 2 1902-03 9
Swimbridge, Horned Sparables, 12 1922-23 345
Swincombe, Huxtable of, 30 1965-67 105
Sword, Old, at Bovey Tracey, 27 1956-58 124
Sword, Edward Drew's, 1611, 9 1916-17 37
Sydebury, Documents c. 1290, 3 1904-05 45
Sydenham, Family, 17 1932-33 228
Sylke, William, 17 1932-33 154
Symonds, Richard, 29 1962-64 118, 139, 227
Syms, John, 33 1974-77 147, 217, 287, 342
Syms, Rev.John, 19 1936-37 71, 179, 368
Tabernacle, Ecclesiastical, 13 1924-25 61
Tackbeare, Manor, 14 1926-27 25
Tackbeare, Manor, 13 1924-25 299, 356
Tad-a-liv-tood-a-gon-pie, West counry English, 12 1922-23 65
Tad-a-liv-tood-a-gon-pie,   11 1920-21 194
Tailors, Exeter Guild of, 7 1912-13 215
Talaton,   18 1934-35 70
Talaton, Periam Pole, 7 1912-13 206
Talaton, Rectors of, 7 1912-13 179, 216, 285,
Talbot,   19 1936-37 26, 265
Talland, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 182
Talley, Family, 7 1912-13 64
Tamerton Foliot, census returns, 36 1987-91 138
Tangier,   27 1956-58 11
Tanner, Bishop, b.1674, 6 1910-11 255
Tanner, Family, 22 1942-46 37
Tanner, Family, 21 1940-41 260
Tanner, Family, 16 1930-31 214
Tanner, Inventory of Jewels and Ornaments, 4 1906-07 123
Tanning Industry,   25 1952-53 10, 80, 109
Tapestry, Manufacture of, 13 1924-25 24
Tapleigh, Osbern of, Domesday, 3 1904-05 39, 91, 96
Tapley, Family, 21 1940-41 74
Tapley, Family, and Park, 20 1938-39 376
Tavistock Boethius, Sale of, 11 1920-21 53
Tavistock, Abbey buildings, 17 1932-33 195
Tavistock, Abbey Church, 30 1965-67 7
Tavistock, Abbot of, 15 1928-29 147
Tavistock, Abbots of, 13 1924-25 130, 177-9
Tavistock, Biographies, 15 1928-29 23
Tavistock, Bonfire, 15 1928-29 151
Tavistock, Church, 15 1928-29 150
Tavistock, Edmund Drake's Flight from, 20 1938-39 219, 381
Tavistock, Fair, 15 1928-29 126
Tavistock, In 1685, 15 1928-29 320
Tavistock, Leather Trade of, 30 1965-67 220
Tavistock, Medieval Altars in Church, 20 1938-39 16
Tavistock, Ministers of the Abbey Chapel, 23 1947-49 212, 248, 289, 315, 358
Tavistock, Parkgate in, 13 1924-25 28
Tavistock, Parkgate, 12 1922-23 344
Tavistock, Prideaux family of, 7 1912-13 109
Tavistock, Print, 15 1928-29 197, 254
Tavistock, Savings Bank, 23 1947-49 170
Tavistock, Smith's History of, 21 1940-41 43
Tavistock, Smith's History of, 20 1938-39 321, 290
Tavistock, Some Early Charters, 23 1947-49 160
Tavistock,   32 1971-73 76,, 124, 255
Tavistock,   27 1956-58 ,27, 224, 256
Tavistock,   23 1947-49 330
Tavistock,   22 1942-46 55, 61, 97, 101, 159, 174, 186, 194, 299, 369
Tavistock,   14 1926-27 224, 292, 309
Tavy, St.Mary, Rectors of, 23 1947-49 10
Tavy, St.Mary, Rectors of, 22 1942-46 311, 362
Tawstock, Hour -glass in Church, 12 1922-23 139
Tawstock, Rector of, 16 1930-31 90
Tawstock,   15 1928-29 58
Tawton, Bishop's, 13 1924-25 293
Tawton, North, 13 1924-25 198, 266
Tax assessments,   35 1982-86 272, 286, 354
Taylor, Family, 33 1974-77 225
Taylor, Rev. Rowland, 11 1920-21 125
Taylor, John, Vicar of Branscombe, 1539, 3 1904-05 190, 191, 248,
Taylor, John, Bernard Frederick, Parentage, 1 1900-01 190
Teaching, At Tywardreath Priory, 36 1987-91 277
Tebytt, James, 27 1956-58 42
Tedburn St.Mary, Brass, 17 1932-33 113
Tedburn,   14 1926-27 24
Teed, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Teetotaller, Early, 14 1926-27 379
Teign, River Oyster Beds, 35 1982-86 174
Teignbridge, Ambush at, 36 1987-91 225
Teigngrace, Church, 9 1916-17 73
Teigngrace,   13 1924-25 14
Teignhead, Teignmouth, 15 1928-29 12
Teignhead,   14 1926-27 133, 169, 200
Teignmouth, Bank, 15 1928-29 374
Teignmouth, Brief of, 1690, 30 1965-67 299
Teignmouth, Christopher Towill, lifeboat invention, 10 1918-19 306
Teignmouth, Cup Presented to Elias Pitt 1836 10 1918-19 289
Teignmouth, Devon, 37 1992-96 218
Teignmouth, Excavations near, 16 1930-31 2
Teignmouth, French fleet at, 1690, 13 1924-25 33
Teignmouth, Gorway Cross, 13 1924-25 3, 106
Teignmouth, Improvement Bill 1836 11 1920-21 43
Teignmouth, Ship, 13 1924-25 273
Teignmouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 128, 132
Teignmouth,   35 1982-86 120
Teignmouth,   23 1947-49 200
Teignmouth,   21 1940-41 174
Teignmouth,   18 1934-35 182
Teignmouth,   17 1932-33 269
Teignmouth,   14 1926-27 173, 197, 304, 351, 352
Telegraph Stations, Devon, 11 1920-21 196
Telegraph Stations,   11 1920-21 262
Telling House, S.W. Exmoor, 34 1978-81 329
Temperatures, Sea, 36 1987-91 28
Temple, Rectory, 19 1936-37 84
Temple, Marriages, 14 1926-27 350
Temple, Village, 14 1926-27 104
Templer, Family, 20 1938-39 280
Templer, Family, 14 1926-27 18
Templer, Family, 13 1924-25 326, 357-8
Tencreek, Menheniot, 13 1924-25 199
Terengores, Scilly Isles, 34 1978-81 25
Terraces, Saunton Sands, 23 1947-49 131
Territorial Arms,   23 1947-49 389
Testimonies, Concerning Quakers, 17 1932-33 45
Thackeray, In Cornwall, 23 1947-49 116
Thaddeham,   20 1938-39 181, 389
Thamer, The Liberty of the Water of the, 30 1965-67 157
Thatching, Seventeenth century, 30 1965-67 112
The Portfolio, Collection of articles in 2 volumes, 1814 10 1918-19 298
Theatre, Early at Exeter, 11 1920-21 122
Theobald, Prior of Tywardreath, 20 1938-39 221
Theobrough,   14 1926-27 327
Thermae, At Exeter, 18 1934-35 101
Thief of Virtue, The, 25 1952-53 22
Thierry, Family, 24 1950-51 227
Thieves' Kitchen, Launceston Castle, 20 1938-39 314
Thornberry, Arms, 13 1924-25 320
Thorncombe,   19 1936-37 162, 228
Thorncombe,   15 1928-29 125, 275, 357
Thorne, Family, 23 1947-49 162
Thorne, Farm, Salcombe Regis, 6 1910-11 153, 169,
Thorne, In Ottery St.Mary, 22 1942-46 191, 204
Thornecombe,   16 1930-31 55, 151, 253, 296
Thornecombe,   13 1924-25 348
Thornton, Rev.William henry, In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 65
Thornworthy,   16 1930-31 49, 115
Thorverton, Alehouse, 22 1942-46 304
Thorverton, Church Porch, 26 1954-55 88
Thorverton, Stone Farm, 24 1950-51 145
Thorverton,   20 1938-39 74
Thorverton,   19 1936-37 368
Threshing Floor, Hebrew, 10 1918-19 62, 91
Throwleigh, Church House, 20 1938-39 353
Throwleigh, Early Times in, 21 1940-41 199
Throwleigh, Easter Sepulchre in Church, 20 1938-39 267
Thunder, And Lightning Folklore, 30 1965-67 236
Thurlestone, Church House, Early Deeds, 4 1906-07 180
Thurlestone, Legends at, 30 1965-67 169
Thurlestone,   23 1947-49 323
Tidal mills,   15 1928-29 57
Tide mill,   13 1924-25 94
Tidemills,   31 1968-70 246
Tidemills,   36 1987-91 175
Tidemlls,   32 1971-73 1
Tiles, Polsloe Priory, 19 1936-37 36
Tiles, Polsloe Priory, 18 1934-35 213, 321
Tiles, Equestrian Ridge, 11 1920-21 219
Tilly, Henry de, 13th century, Pipe Roll, 4 1906-07 80
Tilly, Henry de, 3 1904-05 182, 219, 258,
Tin Marks,   4 1906-07 118
Tin Miners, Foreigners, 1308, 4 1906-07 126
Tin works, Deed relating to, 33 1974-77 185
Tin, Coined in Devon 1595, 3 1904-05 176
Tin-bounders,   28 1959-61 209, 229
Tinmen, Guild of, 13 1924-25 187
Tinners, Privileges and liabilities under Stannary Acts, 12 1922-23 56
Tinwork, Sale of, 15 1928-29 236
Tip(p)et(t)(s), Family, 6 1910-11 144
Tithe Dinner,   25 1952-53 49
Tithe,   30 1965-67 18, 62
Tithes,   32 1971-73 168
Tithes, Defaulters, Bishops Tawton, 8 1914-15 154, 191,
Tithes, Dartmoor Forest, 5 1908-09 121
Tiverton, Assizes, 17 1932-33 168, 232
Tiverton, Baldwin Ackland, d. 1732, 1 1900-01 168
Tiverton, Bickleigh, Carew-Mohun Chimneypiece, 9 1916-17 233
Tiverton, Blundell's School, Admission Tickets, 2 1902-03 222
Tiverton, Boyce's History of, 23 1947-49 255, 298
Tiverton, Boyce's History, 12 1922-23 157
Tiverton, Chapman of Howden, 25 1952-53 140
Tiverton, Church Organ, 18 1934-35 272, 321
Tiverton, Church, Courtenay Arms, 2 1902-03 160
Tiverton, Church, Unidentified Arms, 2 1902-03 145, 196, 236,
Tiverton, Colliepriest, 2 1902-03 164, 221,
Tiverton, Confession of Robert Alliston at, 30 1965-67 259
Tiverton, Drawing Master, 1796, 25 1952-53 133
Tiverton, George Davy, lawsuit of 1789, 8 1914-15 144
Tiverton, Great Fire at 1612, 30 1965-67 127
Tiverton, Great Fire, 35 1982-86 160
Tiverton, Greenway's Chapel Frieze, 2 1902-03 193
Tiverton, John Greenway, Merchant, 3 1904-05 56
Tiverton, Memoirs of 1712, (John Blundell), 26 1954-55 221
Tiverton, Owen family, 23 1947-49 94
Tiverton, Place Name "The Ragg", 30 1965-67 318
Tiverton, Play, 35 1982-86 161
Tiverton, Poem by Henry Kiddell, 1715 10 1918-19 224
Tiverton, Rumours of a massacre in 1659, 3 1904-05 160
Tiverton, South Devon Saying About, 30 1965-67 238, 252
Tiverton, Tudor Merchants, 2 1902-03 41, 67, 253,
Tiverton,   29 1962-64 15, 60
Tiverton,   31 1968-70 62, 119, 123, 189
Tiverton,   32 1971-73 20, 253, 280
Tiverton,   33 1974-77 130, 178, 179, 226, 266, 345, 355
Tiverton,   34 1978-81 38, 299, 336, 343
Tiverton,   27 1956-58 122, 159
Tiverton,   26 1954-55 8
Tiverton,   23 1947-49 388
Tiverton,   22 1942-46 180
Tiverton,   20 1938-39 35, 92, 93, 94
Tiverton,   17 1932-33 172, 325
Tiverton,   15 1928-29 20, 205
Tiverton,   14 1926-27 346
Toad fish,   14 1926-27 194
Tobacco, For the Widow, 23 1947-49 17
Tobacco, Introduction of, 15 1928-29 113
Tobacco, Merchant, Henery Hampshire, 17th century, 9 1916-17 151
Tobacco, Pipes of Devon Clay, 9 1916-17 113
Tobacconist, John Wilcocks, 1634, 1 1900-01 102
Toby of Totnes, Political Leaflet, 1733, 3 1904-05 25
Tocker, Mary Ann, 25 1952-53 203
Toddwool, Meaning of 17th cent. term, 7 1912-13 120
Todwood, Meaning of, 8 1914-15 58
Token coinage, Copper (Cornwall), 13 1924-25 246
Tokens, Apothecaries', 35 1982-86 168
Tokens, James Lackington, of, 8 1914-15 189
Tokens, Sixteenth Century Merchants', 30 1965-67 60
Tokens, Trade, 32 1971-73 255
Tokens, Trade, of Devon, 4 1906-07 78
Toker, Robert, Mayor of Exeter, 1540, 6 1910-11 50
Tolchet, Of Dean Prior, 13 1924-25 56
Tolchmoor Gate, Stone at, 17 1932-33 114
Toll Gate, Tickets, 14 1926-27 64
Toll Hut, Yealmbridge, 24 1950-51 115
Toll Huts, Teignmouth, 23 1947-49 200
Toller, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Tollhouses, Devon, 34 1978-81 61
Tolmen stone,   15 1928-29 197
Tolyer Predn,   18 1934-35 28
Tom (Tome), Of Pelynt, 16 1930-31 99
Tom Putt Apples,   9 1916-17 60
Tom Putt Apples,   7 1912-13 47, 64, 99, 140
Tomb, Granite Cover with Cross, 14 1926-27 268
Tombs,   16 1930-31 126, 130
Tome Stone,   13 1924-25 26/8/2001
Tome Stone, Barnstaple, 12 1922-23 337
Tome Stones,   15 1928-29 105, 156, 205
Tomkins, Family of Lostwithiel, 10 1918-19 88, 116, 148
Ton, Cornwall, in, 14 1926-27 195
Tonkin, MS, 29 1962-64 281
Tonkin, Thomas, 28 1959-61 124
Tony, Manor and Family, 12 1922-23 159, 261, 262
Topsham, Castle, Letter of 1643, 11 1920-21 96
Topsham, Ancient steam engine at, 11 1920-21 59
Topsham, Bridge 17 1932-33 268
Topsham, Bridge, 13 1924-25 300
Topsham, Castle, 11 1920-21 143
Topsham, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Topsham, Church of St.Margaret, 8 1914-15 15
Topsham, Duke of Monmouth, And the, 6 1910-11 163
Topsham, Glass Kilns at Countess Wear, 10 1918-19 257
Topsham, Holman family, 1 1900-01 135
Topsham, Leaf Beds, 27 1956-58 216
Topsham, Parish Registers, 11 1920-21 57
Topsham, Playhouse at, 23 1947-49 32
Topsham, Pringe, 11 1920-21 128
Topsham, Privateer, King George, 1779 8 1914-15 17, 147,
Topsham, Richard Sainthill, 5 1908-09 149
Topsham, Warren Hasting's Connection with 'Grove', 10 1918-19 292
Topsham,   29 1962-64 87, 207
Topsham,   33 1974-77 324
Topsham,   34 1978-81 3
Topsham,   27 1956-58 168
Topsham,   23 1947-49 13, 139
Topsham,   22 1942-46 300
Topsham,   18 1934-35 123
Topsham,   15 1928-29 9, 10, 88, 161
Topsham,   14 1926-27 18, 352
Topsham,   13 1924-25 113, 257, 276, 306, 325
Tor Royal, Chapel at, Princetown, 9 1916-17 182, 183
Torbay, Publication of 1827, 12 1922-23 57
Torbryan,   29 1962-64 176
Torbryan,   19 1936-37 6
Torbryan, Church Altar, 1 1900-01 208
Torquay, Literary Landmarks of, 4 1906-07 72
Torquay, Natural History Society, 13 1924-25 264
Torquay, Pier, 17 1932-33 64
Torquay, St.Petroc or St. Saviour, 2 1902-03 8
Torquay, Worthy, Sir Richard Burton, 22 1942-46 94
Torquay,   36 1987-91 119
Torquay,   16 1930-31 89, 121, 153
Torquay,   15 1928-29 162, 284
Torr, Cecil, 31 1968-70 89
Torr, Cecil, 32 1971-73 21
Torre Abbey, Bell inscriptions, 12 1922-23 25
Torre Abbey, Curious Stone, 10 1918-19 145, 222
Torre Abbey, Gatehouse, 11 1920-21 17
Torre Abbey,   15 1928-29 1
Torre Abbey,   14 1926-27 25
Torre Abbey,   13 1924-25 211
Torre Abbey,   5 1908-09 221, 257,
Torrington, Grammar School, 31 1968-70 48, 176,
Torrington, Great, 17 1932-33 226
Torrington, Great, Sounding Board, 7 1912-13 12
Torrington, Huntsman Devoured by Hounds, 1 1900-01 193
Torrington, Inaccuracies in 18th century, 21 1940-41 52, 181
Torrington, Monument of Thomas Chafe, 1 1900-01 44
Torrington, Sir Richard Whittington, And, 1 1900-01 99, 147
Torrington, Vicarage, 13 1924-25 353, 355
Torrington, Vicissitudes of the ancient tower of the church, 21 1940-41 94, 204, 296
Torrington, Woollen Industry in , 18 1934-35 130, 169
Torrington,   21 1940-41 241
Torrington,   20 1938-39 129, 163,
Torrington,   15 1928-29 143, 189,
Torwood Grange,   29 1962-64 27
Tothill, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Totnes, Altar Piece, 7 1912-13 129
Totnes, Antiquarian Society, 24 1950-51 52
Totnes, Antiquities, 20 1938-39 40, 139, 188
Totnes, Church, shields in, 20 1938-39 276
Totnes, Early visitor, 16 1930-31 148, 298
Totnes, Charter, 1553, 26 1954-55 114
Totnes, Church Inscription, 10 1918-19 17
Totnes, Church library, 20 1938-39 224
Totnes, Church Walk House, 1 1900-01 41
Totnes, Church Walk or Exchange, 1 1900-01 20
Totnes, East Gate, 24 1950-51 59
Totnes, Fair, 13 1924-25 297, 356
Totnes, Fishchowter's Lane, 11 1920-21 263
Totnes, Goldsmith of, 4 1906-07 149
Totnes, Guildhall, 16 1930-31 35, 114
Totnes, Inscription, 10 1918-19 45
Totnes, Judhel de, 14 1926-27 11
Totnes, Mayor of, 1434, 5 1908-09 134
Totnes, Medieval Town, 10 1918-19 56
Totnes, Medieval Town, 10 1918-19 84
Totnes, Mint, Anglo-Saxon Coins from, 2 1902-03 86
Totnes, Museum, 26 1954-55 217
Totnes, Parish Church tower, 25 1952-53 173
Totnes, Pot De Vin, 1 1900-01 254
Totnes, Prior of, 32 1971-73 215
Totnes, Prior of, Thomas Richards, 2 1902-03 72
Totnes, Priory and Medieval Town, 8 1914-15 89-96, 115,
Totnes, Priory, 10 1918-19 12
Totnes, Priory, History of, 8 1914-15 176
Totnes, Punch, Local Charivari, 10 1918-19 182224
Totnes, Records, calendar of, 13 1924-25 98
Totnes, Robert Legg, Mayor, 1503, 9 1916-17 203
Totnes, St.Mary's Church, 3 1904-05 152
Totnes, Stones in New Walk, 24 1950-51 65
Totnes, Toby of, Leaflet of 1733 3 1904-05 25
Totnes, Warland Hospital, 36 1987-91 41
Totnes, Wills of archdeaconry, 17 1932-33 223
Totnes, Wills of the Archdeaconry of, 18 1934-35 36
Totnes, Worthy, Edmund Bishop, 25 1952-53 16
Totnes,   28 1959-61 305
Totnes,   30 1965-67 29
Totnes,   27 1956-58 158
Totnes,   21 1940-41 22
Totnes,   19 1936-37 317
Totnes,   18 1934-35 32
Totnes,   15 1928-29 162, 194, 349, 372
Totnes,   14 1926-27 17, 103, 120, 166, 222
Tour In North Devon, Authors of 1862 9 1916-17 120
Tour, Botanical, by Rev.J.P.Jones 1820, 4 1906-07 91
Tour, Lady Silvester's, 30 1965-67 313
Tourists,   36 1987-91 193
Tours, Early, 18 1934-35 62
Tours,   16 1930-31 215, 219
Towill, Christopher, Invention of Lifeboat, 10 1918-19 306
Town Criers,   36 1987-91 337
Town Living, Etymology of, 1 1900-01 77, 110,
Townsend, MSS, 14 1926-27 106
Townstall,   14 1926-27 24
Toy(e),   30 1965-67 121, 282
Tracey, William de, Murder of St.Thomas, 6 1910-11 63
Traceys,   19 1936-37 174, 194, 229, 273
Traci, William de, 13 1924-25 234
Trackway, Paved on Dartmoor, 14 1926-27 104
Trackways,   16 1930-31 66
Trackways,   15 1928-29 290
Tracy, Connections between Families, 2 1902-03 24, 63, 157, 187,
Tracy, William de, 14 1926-27 15
Tracys,   20 1938-39 85
Trade Tokens, Of Devon, 4 1906-07 78
Trade Tokens,   29 1962-64 15
Trade, Balance of, 36 1987-91 85
Trade, Building, 35 1982-86 58
Trade, Cornish slate, 34 1978-81 29
Trade, In Honiton, 30 1965-67 28
Trades, Milling, 35 1982-86 63
Trades, Portuguese, 30 1965-67 252
Trades,   31 1968-70 167
Tradesmen,   24 1950-51 129, 230
Traditional Devon Ghosts,   30 1965-67 177
Trailbaston,   16 1930-31 294
Transcripts, Bishop's, in Exeter of Cornish parishes, 7 1912-13 25
Transportation, 16th Century, 30 1965-67 22
Trappist Monks, At Yeovale, 13 1924-25 252, 305
Travel, Road, 1800, Exeter to London, 1 1900-01 104
Treacle, Mines, 31 1968-70 85
Treacle, Mines, 24 1950-51 191
Trease, Family, 29 1962-64 87
Treawin, Family, 13 1924-25 54, 207
Trebarfook, Family, 13 1924-25 197, 266
Trebarfoote, Family, 28 1959-61 29, 30, 233, 290
Trebarfoote,   27 1956-58 53
Trebarwith,   27 1956-58 88
Trecarell, Family, 17 1932-33 62
Trecarell, Henry, 37 1992-96 157
Trecarrol, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Tredewy, Robert, 24 1950-51 59
Tredinnick, Robert, 14 1926-27 32
Tree, Twisty of, Ide, 17 1932-33 161
Trees, Apple, 30 1965-67 120
Trees, Dartmoor on, 8 1914-15 174
Treffrey,   16 1930-31 247, 299
Treffry, Family and a Cornish Beam Engine 36 1987-91 184
Trefusis, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Tregennow, Family, 33 1974-77 181
Tregeriot, Odo de, 6 1910-11 8
Tregoad, Crucifix, 18 1934-35 365
Tregosse, Captain, of Launceston, 7 1912-13 46
Tregothnan, Documents at, 33 1974-77 28
Tregrehan, Wages acount, 24 1950-51 44
Trehawke, MS, Claim Against Kekewich, 1800, 2 1902-03 171
Trelawney, Ballad, 23 1947-49 26
Trelawney, Bishop, 36 1987-91 33
Trelawney, Bishop, 25 1952-53 105
Trelawney, Family, 24 1950-51 10, 158
Trelawney, Family, 25 1952-53 23
Trelawney, family, 23 1947-49 122, 187, 256, 292, 357, 383, 398
Trelawney, Matthew, 24 1950-51 65
Trelawney, Matthew, 23 1947-49 360
Trelawney, Muniments, 35 1982-86 225
Trelawney, Of Pelynt, 16 1930-31 99
Treleigh, Great Sinns Chapel, 32 1971-73 145
Trelowarren,   18 1934-35 278
Tremail, Domesday Book, 36 1987-91 269
Tremaine, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Trematon, Castle Mill, 13 1924-25 94
Treminet, Family, see Tribus Minutis 13 1924-25  
Tremoutha, Haven, Erection of Breakwater, etc., 10 1918-19 328
Trenhayle, Family, 29 1962-64 132, 182
Trenoggoe,   25 1952-53 21, 78
Trenor,   26 1954-55 62
Trerice,   29 1962-64 237
Trerice,   31 1968-70 89
Tresidder, Family, 18 1934-35 36, 77
Tresidder, Family, 17 1932-33 271, 375
Tresilian, Family, 24 1950-51 77
Tresilian, Mr. Thomas, 23 1947-49 30, 158
Tresilian, Mr. Thomas, 22 1942-46 330
Tresoddern, Remains of old church, 12 1922-23 201
Tretherffe, Family, 37 1992-96 228
Trevanion, Captain Nathaniel, 35 1982-86 398
Trevanion, Family, 25 1952-53 78, 110
Trevanion, Family, 24 1950-51 62, 132, 161
Trevanion, Family, 23 1947-49 258, 265
Trevanion, Inheritance, 27 1956-58 119
Treveleck, Family, 10 1918-19 127
Trevelyan, Josias, d.1622, 9 1916-17 54
Trevelyan, Arms, 3 1904-05 10, 64
Trevelyan, John, of Basil St. Clether, 10 1918-19 118
Trevelyan, Monuments, 2 1902-03 191
Treven, In Milton Abbot, 7 1912-13 78
Treveris, Peter, c.1525, Cornish printer, 6 1910-11 38, 72
Trevethick, Richard, 17 1932-33 97
Trevilian, Thomas of Yarnscombe, 12 1922-23 294
Trevivian,   31 1968-70 10
Trewerdon, (? Saltash), 19 1936-37 85, 180
Trewint, Cross-base, 20 1938-39 221, 327
Trewman, Selico; An African Tale, 12 1922-23 247
Trewolla, Family, 35 1982-86 235
Trewortha, Name, 29 1962-64 60
Trial by duel,   13 1924-25 39
Tribis Minutis, Family, 14 1926-27 110
Tribus Minutis (Treminet), Family, 13 1924-25 93, 112, 166
Triffle Cross,   26 1954-55 155
Trinder, John, 15 1928-29 81
Tristram, Family, 26 1954-55 6
Trosse, Of Exeter, 30 1965-67 138
Trosse, Rev. George, 31 1968-70 62
Trosse, Roger, 16 1930-31 134, 154
Trot Town,   11 1920-21 107
Troup, Mrs. Frances Rose-, 22 1942-46 145
Troup, Mrs F. Rose, 13 1924-25 29
Trowlesworthy, Granite Cylinder on, 4 1906-07 10
Troy Town,   11 1920-21 31
Troy Town,   11 1920-21 154
Troy Town,   11 1920-21 204
Trump, Family, 34 1978-81 144
Truro, Castle, 13 1924-25 40
Truro, Cock Pit, 7 1912-13 129
Truro, Election, 25 1952-53 62
Truro, Fire Hooks, 9 1916-17 73
Truro, Grammar School, 10 1918-19 32
Truro,   23 1947-49 280, 301
Truro,   15 1928-29 164
Tucker, Family of Exeter, 17th century, 6 1910-11 150
Tucker, Family, 27 1956-58 245
Tucker, Family, 26 1954-55 238
Tucker, Family, 12 1922-23 249, 303
Tucker, Family, 10 1918-19 11
Tucker, Family, 10 1918-19 47
Tucker, J.W., 15 1928-29 58, 109
Tucker, John Wallace, Artist, 30 1965-67 252, 284, 322
Tucker, John Wallace, Artist, 32 1971-73 217
Tucker, John, 14 1926-27 24
Tucker, John, a bogy, 15 1928-29 152
Tucker, Mary Ann, 14 1926-27 344
Tudor House, Exe Island, 14 1926-27 1, 197
Tudor Merchants, Tiverton and Cullompton, 2 1902-03 41, 67, 253,
Tudor Persecution in Exeter,   4 1906-07 247
Tuke, Henry Scott, R.A., 20 1938-39 72
Tuke, Samuel, 20 1938-39 72
Tune of Christmas Hymn, While ShepherdsÉ., 1 1900-01 183
Turgoil, Domesday Book, 36 1987-91 269
Turner, J.M.W., 24 1950-51 18, 97, 195
Turnpike Roads, South Molton, 22 1942-46 117, 188
Turnpike Trust,   16 1930-31 174
Turnpike Trust, Chudleigh and Crediton, 36 1987-91 369
Turnpikes,   25 1952-53 24, 53
Turnpikes,   24 1950-51 226
Turquand, Cordelia, 13 1924-25 153, 264, 355
Twitchen, Cross in churchyard, 5 1908-09 94
Twitchen, Derivation of name, 5 1908-09 174, 258, 259, 260,
Two Bridges,   36 1987-91 363
Twyney, Bishop Lacy's register, 10 1918-19 114
Twyney, Parish of, 10 1918-19 165
Tyack, Family, 26 1954-55 29
Tyack, Family, 25 1952-53 203
Tympana, Norman in Devon, 1 1900-01 188
Tympanum, Bondleigh, 4 1906-07 197, 228,
Tyntagel,   18 1934-35 318
Tyrwhitt, Sir Thomas, diary of, 35 1982-86 256
Tywardreath, Priory, 6 1910-11 212,
Tywardreath, Priory, 36 1987-91 277
Tywardreath, Dedication of Parish Church,, 6 1910-11 41
Tywardreath,   20 1938-39 221
Tywardreath, Priory, 17 1932-33 168
Tywardreath,   16 1930-31 80
Uff,   16 1930-31 52, 119
Uffculme, One O'Clock Bell, 8 1914-15 29
Uffculme, Penance at, 36 1987-91 104
Uffculme, Priory of Bodmescombe, 8 1914-15 50, 88,
Uffculme,   31 1968-70 250
Uffculme,   35 1982-86 54
Uffculme,   23 1947-49 221, 251
Uffculme,   16 1930-31 135
Uffculme,   15 1928-29 201
Ugborough,   15 1928-29 104, 123
Ugborough,   14 1926-27 134
Umberleigh, Chapel, 24 1950-51 124
Umberleigh, Weir, 26 1954-55 229
Uncle Tom Cobley,   11 1920-21 7, 10, 70, 164
Underdown, Amelia, 32 1971-73 252
Underground Passages, At Crediton, 18 1934-35 264
Underhill, Family, 28 1959-61 187, 221
Unexpected Sourse of Information,   30 1965-67 304
Uniformity, Act of, 31 1968-70 109
Unitarians, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 177
Universalism, In Plymouth, 30 1965-67 139
Uplowman,   25 1952-53 50
Uplyme,   27 1956-58 95
Uplyme, Folklore, 14 1926-27 158
Upottery,   35 1982-86 327
Up-Ottery,   16 1930-31 103, 293, 348
Up-Ottery,   15 1928-29 8, 55, 59, 66, 290
Up-Ottery,   14 1926-27 291, 293
Upton Hellions,   30 1965-67 316
Upton Pyne Church, Stained Glass in, 6 1910-11 177, 196,
Upton Pyne,   14 1926-27 292361
Upton, Dorothy, 14 1926-27 369
Urith's blood, Plant, 15 1928-29 58
Urns, Prehistoric, 13 1924-25 73, 103
Us Cadio,   21 1940-41 303
Usages, Old-time English in West Cornwall, 24 1950-51 58
Uthnoe, Idney or Ethne, 13 1924-25 53, 165, 207, 268
Vaccination,   18 1934-35 174
Vaccination, At Exeter, 13 1924-25 24
Vaccinator, The First, 12 1922-23 249, 303, 304
Vachell family,   22 1942-46 165
Vagrants,   36 1987-91 219
Valletorts,   20 1938-39 145, 228, 230
Valletorts, Clyst St.Lawrence, 20 1938-39 247
Valletorts, North Tawton, 20 1938-39 289
Valletorts, Somerset, 20 1938-39 354
Vallibus family,   22 1942-46 36
Valor, Exeter Diocese, 19 1936-37 87
Vancouver, Agricultural Survey of Devon, 23 1947-49 30
Vanstone, The name, 33 1974-77 24
Vastey, Baron de, 1823, 1 1900-01 118
Vaughan, Norman, of Exeter, 1642-46, 2 1902-03 225
Vaughan, Of Ottery St.Mary, 11 1920-21 40
Vaughan, Of Ottery St.Mary, 10 1918-19 97-109
Vaultershome,   31 1968-70 191
Vavasor, Roger, 14 1926-27 369
Veale, Family of Milton Abbot and Cornwall, 7 1912-13 200
Vellifactus,   22 1942-46 146, 166, 180
Venn, George (Will), 18 1934-35 315
Venner, Of Rose Ash, 16 1930-31 155
Venville, Derivation of, 5 1908-09 69
Verbal Provincialisms,   23 1947-49 285
Verbal Provincialisms,   22 1942-46 330
Vermin, Trap, 32 1971-73 216
Vernon, John, Ancestors of, 19 1936-37 262
Verses from an Urn,   22 1942-46 127
Verses in Hall, Launceston, 19 1936-37 154
Vert, a Cross Pattee or, 27 1956-58 52
Veryard, Dr.Ellis of Colyton, 10 1918-19 219, 269,
Vessels, iI West Cornwall Cattle Trade, 23 1947-49 157, 219
Vessels, Old Sailing, 22 1942-46 296
Vestry Meetins, Lady Day Variation, 6 1910-11 221
Vestry Minute Book, Allhallows, Goldsmith St., Exeter, 18 1934-35 73
Vicars, Bovey Tracey, 29 1962-64 253
Vicars, Bovey Tracey, 30 1965-67 24
Vicars, Buckfastleigh, 29 1962-64 78
Vicars, Kingsteignton, 29 1962-64 177
Vice-Archdeacon's Legacies,   22 1942-46 285
Vickery, Family, 26 1954-55 188
Vikings,   16 1930-31 255
Vikings,   15 1928-29 374
Village Clubs,   27 1956-58 156, 248, 287
Village, A novelist's, 16 1930-31 7, 72
Villavin,   31 1968-70 252
Villenage, Modern, 15 1928-29 19
Villenage, Modern, 14 1926-27 344
Vine Culture, Medieval in Cornwall, 21 1940-41 83, 130, 177, 215, 281, 179
Vine, Peter, 15 1928-29 17
Vine, The Walter Raleigh, 15 1928-29 93
Vine, Peter, 14 1926-27 328, 368
Vinegar Bibles,   16 1930-31 8
Vinegar Bibles,   10 1918-19 256
Vines, Richard, 18 1934-35 377
Vineyard, Derivation re an allotment, 5 1908-09 177
Vinicombe, Mary, 21 1940-41 38
Vining, Family, 14 1926-27 155, 201
Virbegna,   15 1928-29 156
Virginal Maker, Charles Rewallin of Exeter, 9 1916-17 241
Virginia,   18 1934-35 378
Visitation articles,   36 1987-91 33
Visitations, Archbishops', 12 1922-23 244
Visitations, Bishop Sparrow, Wardens' Presentments 1688, 7 1912-13 236
Visitations, Episcopal, 13 1924-25 181
Visiting Cards,   27 1956-58 123
Vittery, Family, 17 1932-33 186, 234
Vivian, George, 18 1934-35 275
Vivian, Family, 22 1942-46 255, 265
Vivian, J.L.,Collections of, 13 1924-25 100, 168
Vivian, Roger, 29 1962-64 264
Vivian, Roger, 18 1934-35 278
Vivian's Marriage Licences, Exeter, 10 1918-19 321
Vivians, Of Truro, 9 1916-17 189
Vivians, Of Truro, 8 1914-15 99
Voach, Etymology of, And Yend, 1 1900-01 108
Vocabulary, Of the English Countryside, 23 1947-49 103
Voltage, Archaeological, 19 1936-37 364
Volunteers, Cornish, 28 1959-61 10, 46, 77, 94, 166
Volunteers, Cornish, 30 1965-67 172
Volunteers, Cornish, 1745-1783 27 1956-58 135,
Volunteers, Cornish, 1794-1802, 27 1956-58 229
Volunteers, Devon, 18 1934-35 37, 80
Volunteers, Devon, 1794, 17 1932-33 374
Votes, 18th Century, 28 1959-61 26
Vowell, Family, 28 1959-61 186
Wace,   36 1987-91 225
Waddeton, Chapel, 17 1932-33 186, 234
Waddeton, Chapel, 18 1934-35 228
Waddeton, Court Chapel, 7 1912-13 73, 111,
Waddeton, Court Chapel, Stoke Gabriel, 6 1910-11 147
Waddeton, Court, Carved wooden figures, 12 1922-23 18, 120
Waddeton, Leaden Cistern at, 11 1920-21 241-246
Waddon, John of Plympton, Will, 4 1906-07 96
Wadebridge, Demolition of Riverside House, 26 1954-55 105
Wadham, Monument at Branscombe, 4 1906-07 99
Wadham, Family Estates, 31 1968-70 238
Wadham, Family Estates, 32 1971-73 93
Wage rates,   34 1978-81 336
Wainhouse Corner,   28 1959-61 58
Wainwright, Thomas, In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 68
Wainwright, Family, 32 1971-73 155
Waleran, Charters, 33 1974-77 20
Wales, South, 27 1956-58 198
Walker, Cornish MSS, Robert Walker ,b.1699, Exeter, 8 1914-15 7
Walker, Dr.John, author of Sufferings of the English Clergy 37 1992-96 106, 137, 168, 199, 235, 267, 293, 334
Walker, Thomas, 15 1928-29 94
Walkhampton,   14 1926-27 74
Walrond, Family of Bovey, 11 1920-21 18
Walrond, Family of Bovey, Pedigree of, 5 1908-09 48
Walrond, Papers Pub. 1913, 8 1914-15 24
Walter de Clopton,   11 1920-21 41, 42
Walter, Connections of Family, 1 1900-01 115, 152,
Walter, Family of Sutcombe, 22 1942-46 192
Walter, Family, 27 1956-58 52
Walter, Family, 26 1954-55 119
Walter, Family, 25 1952-53 106
Walter, Family, 22 1942-43 134, 276, 192
Walter, Moretonhampstead, 6 1910-11 240
Walter, Of Devonshire, 7 1912-13 175
Walton, Rev.William, 19 1936-37 184
Wampford, Family, 11 1920-21 33
War with France, Devonian Patriotism 1803, 8 1914-15 199
Warbrightesleigh,   16 1930-31 168
Ward, Bishop of Exeter, Some Letters from, 21 1940-41 222, 282, 329
Warden's Account, North Tamerton, 22 1942-46 134
Warland Hospital, Totnes, 36 1987-91 41
Warner and Fitzhugh,   19 1936-37 74
Warren, Family of Huntsham, Arms of, 3 1904-05 55
Warren, Robert, 14 1926-27 369
Warrens, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 55, 97
Wasboro' or Wasborough,   10 1918-19 265
Wasboro' or Wasborough, Posset Pans or Skillets, 10 1918-19 304
Wasbrough, Matthew, d.1781 10 1918-19 289
Washfield,   15 1928-29 62
Washington, Family, 12 1922-23 160
Watchmakers, West Country, 12 1922-23 348, 349
Water Gate, Exeter, 21 1940-41 304
Water Mills,   34 1978-81 32, 75, 113, 139
Water Mills,   23 1947-49 267
Water Sellers, Exeter, 2 1902-03 81
Waterbeer Street, Exeter, 2 1902-03 28, 59, 70,
Watergate, at Exeter, 22 1942-46 34
Waterloo Diary,   29 1962-64 18
Watermarks, Early paper making in Devon, 12 1922-23 14, 114
Watermills,   32 1971-73 23, 185
Watermills,   33 1974-77 13, 51, 80, 126, 170, 262, 304
Watkin, H.R., Memoir of, 20 1938-39 1
Watkins, John, b.1765, burial place, 11 1920-21 128
Watson, R.D., 14 1926-27 173
Watton, Court, Honiton, 11 1920-21 315-20
Watton, Court, Honiton, Shepherd Family, 7 1912-13 138
Way, Blessed William, 35 1982-86 228, 266
Wayton,   20 1938-39 375
Wealcynne, Land of the Britons, 20 1938-39 10
Wealthy Devonians in 1625,   15 1928-29 94
Wear Gifford, Rectors, 17 1932-33 172
Weare Giffard, Hall, 20 1938-39 273
Weare Giffard, Hall, 18 1934-35 11, 84
Weare, Family of Weare Giffard, 13 1924-25 54, 207
Wearing of Hats, Woodbury parish, 10 1918-19 336
Weather, At Death, 13 1924-25 261, 307
Weather,   34 1978-81 245
Weathercock, Seal of Bishop of Exeter, On, 5 1908-09 37
Webb, Aston (architect), 37 1992-96 305
Webber, Devon Surname, 4 1906-07 191
Webber, John alias Hooper, 26 1954-55 148
Webber, Surname, 14th century, 5 1908-09 24
Week St.Mary, Cornwall, curates of, 34 1978-81 274
Week St.Mary, "Will-o-the-Wisp" Literary Club, 34 1978-81 201
Week, Berry Pomeroy, 20 1938-39 295
Week, Burrington, 35 1982-86 233
Weekes, Ammiell, 1631, 9 1916-17 208
Weights and measures,   14 1926-27 348
Weights, (old), marks on, 15 1928-29 97
Weir, Drake's, at Tavistock, 22 1942-46 299, 369
Welcombe, Formation of Parish, 9 1916-17 70
Welcombe, Parish of, 9 1916-17 112
Well, Ancient, at Dartmouth 21 1940-41 126
Well, Callington, 19 1936-37 153
Well, Great Torrington, 19 1936-37 256
Well, Holy, 15 1928-29 209
Well, St.Brannoc's, Braunton, 27 1956-58 336
Wells,   33 1974-77 267
Wells, Holy in Cornwall, 22 1942-46 28, 65
Wells, Holy, in Cornwall, 21 1940-41 270, 307
Wells, Holy, in Devonshire, 21 1940-41 121, 214, 178
Wells, John, 14 1926-27 32
Wells, Landulph, Holy, 19 1936-37 308
Welsh and Saxons in Devon,   3 1904-05 94, 107,
Welsh, Family of Launceston, 23 1947-49 157
Wembury House,   23 1947-49 362
Wembworthy, Advowson, 16 1930-31 339
Wendron, God stone, 17 1932-33 45
Wenscott, John, Organ maker, 10 1918-19 32
Wenyngton, Robert, Devonian Sailor, 9 1916-17 64
Were, Col. John of Halberton, Tiverton, 1644, 4 1906-07 153
Werrington,   14 1926-27 273
Werrington, Drake Monument,, 1 1900-01 116, 158,
Werrington, Morice family, 2 1902-03 39, 127,
West Anstey, Notes on its history, 11 1920-21 126
West Cornwall Field Club,   26 1954-55 84
West Country Clock and Watchmakers,   12 1922-23 348, 349
West Down,   23 1947-49 24
West Down,   15 1928-29 126
West Looe, Mills, 19 1936-37 50
West Looe, Borough Seal, 11 1920-21 89
West, Family, 22 1942-46 221, 233, 244
West, Council of the, 31 1968-70 149
Westcote, Family, 13 1924-25 325
Westcote, Thomas, In North Devon, 4 1906-07 187
Westcote, View of Devonshire, 4 1906-07 95
Westcott, Capt. George Blagdon, Honiton, 2 1902-03 24
Westcott, Capt.George Blagdon, 11 1920-21 155
Westcott, Leonard Aust, 'Legends of Devon', 10 1918-19 123
Westcott, Stukely, Birthplace of, 6 1910-11 156
Westcountrymen, For Tangier, 1653-1665, 27 1956-58 11
Westerland Beacon, Urn from, 13 1924-25 73, 103
Western Antiquary,   26 1954-55 28, 63
Western Antiquary,   25 1952-53 223
Western Circuit,   15 1928-29 104
Western Luminary,   27 1956-58 269
Western Rebellion, 1549, 8 1914-15 31
Western Rebellion,   4 1906-07 52
Westleigh,   17 1932-33 185
Westminster, Bishop's Chapel at, 17 1932-33 215
Westofer and Kirkham, Families, 9 1916-17 96
Westofer, Of Yardbury, 7 1912-13 257
Weston, Family, 23 1947-49 269
Weston, John, Exeter Sculptor, 9 1916-17 3
Westward Ho!, By Charles Kingsley, 30 1965-67 58, 173
Westward Ho!, Railway, 30 1965-67 240
Westward Ho!,   33 1974-77 136
Whale, Rev.T.W., MSS re Chagford, 10 1918-19 271
Whale, Stranded at Exmouth 1908, 6 1910-11 9
Wheat (White) Pot, Traditional dish, 7 1912-13 128
Wheaton, William, 14 1926-27 369
Whetcombe, John, 26 1954-55 150
Whiddons, of Thurlestone, 23 1947-49 323
Whight, Family, 26 1954-55 198
Whimple,   17 1932-33 269, 293
Whimple,   13 1924-25 293
Whimple, Mayor of, saying, 11 1920-21 31, 78
Whipping the Cat, saying, 17 1932-33 179, 233
Whipping the Hake ?,   26 1954-55 25
Whitborne, Capt. Richard, 19 1936-37 84
Whitchurch Down, Stone on, 17 1932-33 114
Whitchurch Fee, Ruald Adobat, Giffard family, 1 1900-01 63, 77,
Whitcombe's Portable Nautical Tablets, Plymouth publication of 1814, 11 1920-21 94
White Ale, Verses on Brewers, 19th Century, 1 1900-01 133
White Bird, Ghost and Symbol, 27 1956-58 165
White Down,   19 1936-37 37, 84
White Down,   18 1934-35 373
White, George, 14 1926-27 156
White, Gilbert, 16 1930-31 198, 256
White, John, 30 1965-67 22, 60
White, John, 36 1987-91 379
Whitebaker,   19 1936-37 262, 329
Whitestone, St.Catherines Church, 28 1959-61 330
Whitford, Chapel, 13 1924-25 345
Whitstone, Devon, 16 1930-31 293
Whittington, Sir Richard and Torrington, 2 1902-03 150
Whittington, Sir Richard and Torrington, 1 1900-01 143, 189,
Whittle's Diary, Arrival of Prince of Orange at Brixham 1688, 5 1908-09 135
Wibbery, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Wicha and Ailrichestona, Manors of, Location, 3 1904-05 119, 158, 201, 204,
Wichalse, Of Chudleigh, 13 1924-25 55, 111, 208
Widdecombe Raleigh, Church, Raleigh and Drake Inscriptions, 8 1914-15 46, 81,100,
Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, Fair, 25 1952-53 163
Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, Land Boundary, 30 1965-67 180
Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, Storm Tract, 1638, 3 1904-05 233
Widdecombe-in-the-Moor,   14 1926-27 24
Widecombe-in-the-Moor,   18 1934-35  
Widecombe-in-the-Moor,   24 1950-51 226
Widecombe-in-the-Moor,   23 1947-49 399
Widecombe-in-the-Moor,   16 1930-31 162
Widesombe, Parish apprentices, 35 1982-86 143
Widger, Surname, 29 1962-64 217
Widworthy, Barton, 32 1971-73 252
Widworthy, Chichester of, 4 1906-07 89
Widworthy, Church, Monument to Yonge, 5 1908-09 13
Widworthy, Occupations in, 37 1992-96 87
Widworthy, Parish Register, 24 1950-51 58
Widworthy,   19 1936-37 216
Wightwick, George, 26 1954-55 40, 90, 120
Wilcocks, John, Tobacconist, 1634, 1 1900-01 102
Wilford, Family, 15 1928-29 184
Wilkins, Rev.John, 18 1934-35 370
Will, James Tebytt, 27 1956-58 42
Will, John Dabernoun, 36 1987-91 176
Will, Rev.Bampfylde Drake, Rector of Farway, 30 1965-67 170
Willand, Manor Rent, 21 1940-41 182
Willans, Family, 29 1962-64 285
Willbie, to Willoughby in Cornwall, 30 1965-67 199, 239
Williams, Family of Bristol, 36 1987-91 20, 69
Williams, Family of Falmouth, 9 1916-17 27
Williams, Family, 29 1962-64 149
Williams, Family, 31 1968-70 26
Williams, Inventor, 14 1926-27 328
Williams, Thomas Webb, 35 1982-86 315
Williams,   30 1965-67 63
Willoughby de Broke, Robert 2nd Lord, Descendants of, 18 1934-35 7
Willoughby de Broke,   15 1928-29 21, 59
Willoughby, Arms, 14 1926-27 293, 362
Willoughby, Arms of, 7 1912-13 273
Willoughby, Arms of, Nettlecombe, 2 1902-03 220, 239,
Willoughby, Family, 29 1962-64 297
Willoughby, Family, 32 1971-73 254
Willoughby, Shield, Nettlecombe Court, 3 1904-05 89
Wills and Tanner, MSS, Bodleian Library, 20 1938-39 119
Wills, Bidwell, Hugh, 13 1924-25 63
Wills, Bradford, Robert, 13 1924-25 116, 182
Wills, Bydwell, Richard, 13 1924-25 5
Wills, Cal.and Administrations, Devon and Cornwall 9 1916-17 166
Wills, Cal.of Devon and Cornwall, 9 1916-17 156
Wills, Cornish, 24 1950-51 223
Wills, Dr.Smith's Abstracts of, 24 1950-51 182
Wills, Family, 31 1968-70 109
Wills, Family, 17 1932-33 9
Wills, Gribble, John, 13 1924-25 60, 98
Wills, Hodder, George, 13 1924-25 60
Wills, Morris, George, 15 1928-29 132, 150, 275
Wills, Moxey, Thomas, 15 1928-29 279
Wills, Moxhay, Phillip, 15 1928-29 88
Wills, Moxsaie, Simon, 15 1928-29 17
Wills, Norcot, Joanna, wid., 13 1924-25 16
Wills, Not in Calendar at Exeter Probate Office, 14 1926-27 17
Wills, Oldham, Bishop, 17 1932-33 223, 228, 232
Wills, Rugge, John, 17 1932-33 221
Wills, Sainthill, Humphrey, 13 1924-25 184
Wills, Shapcote, Elizabeth, 15 1928-29 369
Wills, Shapcote, Thomas, 15 1928-29 108
Wills, Slader, Symon, 13 1924-25 79
Wills, Sylke, William, 17 1932-33 108
Wills, Totnes, archdeacconry of, 17 1932-33 220
Wills, West Country, 25 1952-53 276
Wills, West Country, 22 1942-46 345
Wills, Westcote, Mary, 13 1924-25 77
Wills, Williams, William, 15 1928-29 322
Wills,   31 1968-70 325
Wills,   33 1974-77 57
Wills,   22 1942-46 142
Willy, Family, 31 1968-70 155
Wilson, F.R., 14 1926-27 272
Wilton, Family, 37 1992-96 328
Wilton, Surname origin, 35 1982-86 26
Wilton/Wilkin/Wilkey, Surname origin, 33 1974-77 211
Wiltshire Record Office,   35 1982-86 84
Windeatt, Family, 29 1962-64 156
Windeatt, Edward, J.P., C.A., In Memoriam, 11 1920-21 241
Windmill,   36 1987-91 175
Windmill, Church near, 36 1987-91 71-2, 139
Windmill,   27 1956-58 25
Windmill, Looe, 26 1954-55 239
Windmills,   31 1968-70 56, 78, 122
Windmills,   32 1971-73 105
Windmills,   34 1978-81 238
Windmills, Devonian, 21 1940-41 127, 176
Windmills,   15 1928-29 155
Windmills, Devonian and Cornish 12 1922-23 65, 351
Windmills, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 226, 263
Window, Mallet, Iddesleigh, 29 1962-64 23
Window, Low side, 15 1928-29 356
Window, Stone, 15 1928-29 154
Windows,   17 1932-33 218, 224, 278, 290
Windows, Stained glass, Stained Glass, Cadbury, 13 1924-25 152, 195
Windows, Stained glass, Stained Glass, Doddiscombsleigh, 13 1924-25 152, 193
Windsor, Deans and Canons of, 13 1924-25 271
Wine, Devonshire, 10 1918-19 170, 217, 218, 267
Wine, Free at Polkerris, 22 1942-46 235
Wine-jar, Roman, 17 1932-33 115
Winkleigh , Church accounts 13 1924-25 200
Winkleigh, Church accounts, 14 1926-27 66
Winkleigh, Church life in, 15 1928-29 41
Winkleigh, Customs, 11 1920-21 120
Winkleigh, Hundred of, 20 1938-39 217, 286, 329, 391
Winkleigh, Lands for Parish Church, 10 1918-19 261, 308
Winkleigh, Plasterwork Overmantel at Bitbeare farm, 30 1965-67 74
Winkleigh, Vicars, 13 1924-25 347
Winkleigh, Notes on Winkleigh church (pub. of booklet) 23 1947-49 64
Winkleigh,   21 1940-41 86
Winnowing, In churchyards, 17 1932-33 59
Winscott,   16 1930-31 245
Winslade, Family, Arms of, 3 1904-05 64, 80,
Winsland, Family of Devonport, 2 1902-03 37
Wishworthy Quarry, Lawhitton, 36 1987-91 327
Witch Beam,   12 1922-23 13, 14
Witch, White, Powers of, 4 1906-07 124
Witch, Funeral of a reputed, 25 1952-53 140
Witch, Weight of a, 16 1930-31 8
Witchalls, Cornwall, 36 1987-91 140
Witch-Beam,   11 1920-21 3
Witch-Beam,   11 1920-21 97
Witchcraft,   36 1987-91 230, 281, 305, 366
Witchcraft,   37 1992-96 22, 68, 98
Witches, Bideford, 7 1912-13 37
Witherbi, Henry, Case of, 13 1924-25 50
Witheridge, Church tower, 20 1938-39 214
Witheridge, Church Tower, 19 1936-37 163
Witheridge, Church, 17 1932-33 167
Witheridge, Church, 15 1928-29 282
Witheridge, Dial, 17 1932-33 326
Witheridge, Fairs, 26 1954-55 154
Witheridge, Festival Altar Frontal, 26 1954-55 186
Witheridge, Name Origin, 8 1914-15 87
Witheridge,   22 1942-46 37, 228
Witheridge,   21 1940-41 132, 290
Witheridge, Widger, Widgery,   20 1938-39 118, 186
Withiell, George, surveyor, 35 1982-86 45, 95
Withleigh,   34 1978-81 62
Withycombe Raleigh,   16 1930-31 339
Withycombe Raleigh, Chapelry, 10 1918-19 252
Withycombe, Chapel, 13 1924-25 112, 165
Withycombe, St.John's in the Wilderness, 14 1926-27 97
Wolborough, Ancient glass in St.Mary's Church, 22 1942-46 226, 261, 276
Wolborough,   17 1932-33 63
Wolborough,   16 1930-31 298, 348
Wolborough, Porch fireplace, 12 1922-23 1
Wolcot, Dr.John, 24 1950-51 21, 192, 196
Wolcot, Dr.John, 23 1947-49 361
Wolcot, Family, 29 1962-64 298
Wolcot, John, Mayor of Exeter, 30 1965-67 92
Wolcott, William of Sidbury, 5 1908-09 79
Wolford,   21 1940-41 79
Wollacombe, Manor of, 32 1971-73 148, 179
Wonford, St.Loyes Cghapel, 21 1940-41 62
Wood, Family, 17 1932-33 111
Wood, Family, 15 1928-29 313, 374
Wood, Ottery Registers, 10 1918-19 225
Wooda Bay and Saunton, Name Derivations, 8 1914-15 156
Woodbury Castle and ancient road,   14 1926-27 375
Woodbury Common, mounds on, 16 1930-31 340
Woodbury,   35 1982-86 63
Woodbury,   26 1954-55 72
Woodbury, Castle and ancient road, 15 1928-29 22, 156
Woodbury, Wearing of Hats, 10 1918-19 336
Wooden Panelling, Carved, at Ashburton, 4 1906-07 219
Woodland,   24 1950-51 19, 98, 102
Woodland, Cullings of, 23 1947-49 262, 293, 318, 346
Woodmason, Family, 34 1978-81 83
Woodspring, Priory, History of, 5 1908-09 136
Woodville, Elizabeth, 24 1950-51 126
Woodwork, Renaissance in Devon, 6 1910-11 65
Wool, Devonshire, 10 1918-19 290
Wool, Sales, Monastic, 30 1965-67 70
Woolfardisworthy, West, 16 1930-31 145
Woolfardisworthy, West and West Town Estate, 6 1910-11 51, 95,
Woollcombe, Family, 17 1932-33 130
Woollcombe, G.D., Memoir of, 21 1940-41 51
Woollen Industry,   18 1934-35 99, 147
Woollen industry,   15 1928-29 154, 204
Woollen trade,   16 1930-31 313, 352
Woolley, Beaford, 15 1928-29 79, 111
Woolton, Dr.John of Pilton, 22 1942-46 331
Worcester, William of, Itinerary of Cornwall, 7 1912-13 248
Word Usage, Early Wills 11 1920-21 95
Worgan, George Bouchier, 35 1982-86 6
Workhouse, Devonport, 35 1982-86 79
Worth, Dorothy, 9 1916-17 64
Worth, Dorothy, 8 1914-15 59
Worth, Family, 23 1947-49 90, 120
Worth, Mr.R.Hanford, In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Worthe, Henry, inventory of, 34 1978-81 271
Worthies of Devon,   34 1978-81 301
Worthies, Devon, buried abroad, 18 1934-35 121, 184
Worthies, Place-name suffix, 3 1904-05 57
Worthy, Place-name suffix, 2 1902-03 242
Wotton,   22 1942-46 26, 102
Wranglers, At Cambridge, 15 1928-29 313
Wreck, Of the 'Postilion', 1732, 27 1956-58 76
Wrecks, Historic 6 1910-11 31
Wrecks, Historic in Bigbury and Start Bay, 5 1908-09 153
Wrestling,   18 1934-35 76, 134
Wrey, Family, 25 1952-53 149
Wreyland Documents,   7 1912-13 34
Wreyland Documents, Cecil Torr, Author of, 6 1910-11 189, 190, 202, 206, 228,
Wright, Roger, 14 1926-27 24
Wright, William Henry K., In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 193
Writing On the Wall,   29 1962-64 259
Wyatt, Family, 29 1962-64 282
Wychehalse, Family, 13 1924-25 55, 111, 208
Wydow Edyth, Book of 1526 11 1920-21 16
Wyke, Arms, 9 1916-17 123
Wyke, Grant to Burgesses of, 1200, 7 1912-13 180, 284,
Wyke, Henry, 15 1928-29 8
Wyndham Deeds,   18 1934-35 380
Wynslade, John, 22 1942-46 371
Wyot, Philip, 30 1965-67 22
Wyot, Philip, 37 1992-96 146
Wyte, William, Bellfounder, Kingsbridge, 1566, 4 1906-07 200
Yalberton,   28 1959-61 220
Yardbury,   18 1934-35 186, 236
Yarde, Family Bible, 3 1904-05 128, 175, 239,
Yarde, Family of Stoke Gabriel, 7 1912-13 130
Yarde, Family of Stoke Gabriel, 5 1908-09 125, 128, 177,
Yarde, Family of Stoke Gabriel, 4 1906-07 56
Yarde, Gilbert, 14 1926-27 369
Yarde, Gilbert, Letter from Sir W.Courtenay, 1674, 2 1902-03 6
Yarde, MS of 1689, 4 1906-07 265
Yarde, Murder of Rev. Gilbert, 1783, 3 1904-05 17, 20, 63, 93,
Yarde, Of Honiton Clist, 7 1912-13 97
Yarnscombe,   27 1956-58 58
Yarty,   15 1928-29 148
Yarty, Fry of, 6 1910-11 93, 109, 221,
Yartyford and Longbridge,   18 1934-35 126
Yealmbridge,   24 1950-51 196
Yealmpton,   28 1959-61 88
Yealmpton,   34 1978-81 192
Yealmpton,   25 1952-53 22
Yealmpton,   16 1930-31 304
Yelde,   17 1932-33 309
Yellowstones, Farm, 17 1932-33 269
Yend, Etymology of, And Voach, 1 1900-01 108
Yeo and Le Jeu,   20 1938-39 182
Yeo, Family of Woolfardisworthy, 11 1920-21 145, 208
Yeo, Family, 27 1956-58 286
Yeo, Farm, Chagford, early farming, 27 1956-58 260
Yeo, John of Bradworthy, 8 1914-15 11
Yeo, River, 25 1952-53 140
Yeoman, A Devon in 1648, 22 1942-46 162
Yeoman, An East Devon, 21 1940-41 241
Yeovale,   13 1924-25 252, 305
Yew Tree, Berry Pomeroy, 11 1920-21 38
Yew Trees, Devon and Cornwall, 9 1916-17 247
Yew Trees, Parish Clerks buried under, 20 1938-39 220, 285
Yew Trees, Tiverton, 10 1918-19 83
Yew,   19 1936-37 74
Yews,   23 1947-49 28, 54, 95, 157
Yonge, Family of Ashburton, 8 1914-15 29
Yonge, Family of Colyton, 6 1910-11 127
Yonge, Family, 7 1912-13 272
Yonge, Family, Coffin Plates, 5 1908-09 129, 177,
Yonge, Monument Widworthy Church, 5 1908-09 13
Yonge, Walter, at Upton Hellions, 30 1965-67 316
Yonge, Walter, Diaries of, 30 1965-67 316
York, Archbishop of, 15 1928-29 348
Youatt, William, m.1742, Shute, 5 1908-09 296
Youlton,   30 1965-67 121
Young, William, 14 1926-27 32
Zante, Currants in Devon, 15 1928-29 92
Zawns,   37 1992-96 42
Zeal, South, traditions from, 35 1982-86 21
Zennor,   29 1962-64 240
Zouche and St.Maur, Pedigree, 4 1906-07 247

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