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Fifth Report of the Committee on Devonshire Celebrities.

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol 13 (1881), pp. 75-77.

by

Rev. Treasurer Hawker

Prepared by Michael Steer

The brief report, presented at the Association's July 1881 Dawlish meeting added a number of celebrity names and biographic information to the Committee's Catalogue. The Committee's aim was ostensibly to collect memoirs of Devonshire celebrities, and as well, verify the accuracy of the information, thereby "smoothing the path of future enquirers". Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Bacon, Lady 77
Blewitt 77
Boase 77
Borough, Steven 76
Borough, William 76
Brooking Rowe, J 77
Carwithen, Rev J B S, BD 76
Chudleigh, John (also Chidley) 76
Coleridge, Frances Duke 76
Coleridge, James 76
Coleridge, Rev John 76
Coleridge, Rev Samuel Taylor 76
Collins 76
Cooke, Sir A 77
Cotton, Mr R W 75-6
Dunn, Samuel 76
Dymond, Mr Robert 75
Elizabeth I 76
Hawker, Rev Treasurer, MA (J Manley) 75, 77
Jewel 77
Karkeek, Mr P Q 75
Kennaway, Sir J H, MP 75
Kennicott, Dr 76
Mortimer 76
Rennell, James FRS 77
Routh, Dr 75
Slade, Abbot William 77
Taylor, Frances Duke 76
Towson, John Thomas 77
Wilson, Rev Daniel 76
Windeatt, Mr Edward 75
Worth, Mr R N 75

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