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Manors in Devon, 1755

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol. 35 (1903), pp. 654-661.

by

J.B. Pearson

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, presented at the Association's July 1903, Sidmouth meeting, is based on a MSS record of Dr Milles,' Dean of Exeter's 1754-5 survey of Devonshire's clergy, from a copy lodged with the Bodleian Library. The Dean sent every parochial clergyman in the county a list of 100 questions. Only about a quarter of those contacted responded. From this information, Rev Dr Pearson has extracted much interesting information on the number, size and work of Manors in the county at that time. 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. The copy of this rare book is held at the University of Michigan Library and is available from the Internet Archive.
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Anne, Queen 658
Arblaster, William 658
Carew 659
Carey arms 660
Carey, Bishop 660
Chapple, Mr 659
Colmer, Sir Thomas 654
Cotton arms 660
Cotton, Bishop 658, 660
Courtenay arms 660
Courtenay family 659
Courtenay, Sir William 660
Dowell, Abbot William 654
Dymond, Mr Robert, FSA 654
Edward II 657, 659
Elizabeth I 656-7
Exeter, Bishop of 658
Hall arms 660
Hall, Bishop 660
Haynes 657
Milles, Dr Jeremiah 655, 658, 660
Milles, Dr Thomas 660
Phear, Sir John 654
Philip & Mary 656
Pococke, Dr 660
Polwhele 658
Rolle family 654, 658
Rowe, Mr Brooking 655
Sparrow arms 660
Sparrow, Bishop 660
Ward arms 660
Ward, Bishop 660

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