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First Report of the Committee to Obtain Information as to Peculiar Tenures of Land

Trans. Devon Assoc., Vol. 12, (1880), pp. 152-157.

by

Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Report, read at the Association's July 1880 Totnes meeting presented information on Torrington Commons and Castle Gard, Slapton Manor and Beating the Bounds of the Erme. These examples are intended to illustrate peculiarities of land tenure and manorial customs in ancient Devon. 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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Blachford, Lord 157
Bulteel, Mr & Mrs 157
Colby, Rev Dr, FSA 154
Courtenay, Hugh Esq 155
Courtenay, Sir Hugh, Knt 155
Doe, Mr G 152, 154
Dymond, Mr Robert 152
Edward II 155
Elizabeth I 153
Exeter, Bishop of 155
Fitzrobert, William 153
Hurrell, Mr A W 152
Izaacke 155
Mildmay, Mr & Mrs 156-7
Ormerod, Mr G W 152
Pearce, Mr W 157
Petersdorff, Serjt 154
Richard I 153
Risdon, Tristram 153
Rowe, Mr J Brooking 152
Splatt, Mr 156
Stapleton, Bishop Walter 155
Westcote 154
Windeatt, Mr Edward 152, 155, 157

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