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Names from

Fever: A Story from a Devon Churchyard

by

Liz Shakespeare

(Letterbox Books, 2005)


Surnames

Ackland
Acland
Allen
Andrew
Antony
Archdall
Bailey
Bale
Barry
Bartlett
Blackmore
Bowdidge
Britton
Brooks
Buck
Burritt
Capern
Christie
Clark
Colwill
Cooler
Crealock
Crocker
Dennis
Dunn
Farringdon
Friendship
Glover
Grigg
Harding
Harris
Hearn
Heywood
Hill
Hockin
Hookaway
Hoyle
Kingsley
Lake
Lee
Marshall
Martin
Middleton
Mitchell
Molland
Morrish
Mugford
Newcombe
Nickols
Padley
Palmer
Pickard
Piper
Powe
Prouse
Pynsent
Quick
Reynolds
Short
Shute
Sing
Stormy
Tallamy
Thorne-Thorne
Vanstone
Vilot
Walters
Westcott
White
Williams
Yeo

Place names - Most in Littleham near Bideford

Abbotsham
Adjavin
Alwington
Appledore
Apps Brewery
Ashridge
Ashridge Barton
Barnstaple
Bideford
Bideford Union Workhouse
Boundstone - Higher and Lower
Bradworthy
Bridgeland Street
Buckland Brewer
Chapel Cottage
Coldharbour - Bideford
Coombe
Cottage
Cooms Head
Crealock Arms
Crossways
Culver Cottage
East
Furlong Cottages
East Furlong
East Heal Cottage
Edge Mill
Ford -
Buckland Brewer
Furlong
Hart Street - Bideford
Heal
Heale
High
Street - Bideford
Higher Shutta
Higher Webbs
Higher Winsford -
Abbotsham
Hole
Holland
Hoop Inn
Hoopers Water
Jennett's
Knowle
Lakenham - Northam
Landcross
Langdon - Higher
Lower
Gregory's
Littleham Court
Littleham Mill
Lower Dunn
Market Square -
Bideford
Meddon Street - Bideford
Mill Street - Bideford
Monkleigh
Moorehead Hill
Moorhead
Moreton House
Mount Pleasant
Nethercleve
New Inn
Northam
Parkham
Peters Marland
Pollands
Cottage
Rectory
Rudhabridge
Shutta
South Yeo
Summerhill
Torrington
Upcott
Weare Giffard
West Furlong
Yeo Vale House
Yeo
Vale Inn

Last updated: 9 Nov 2005 - Brian Randell

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