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Payhembury Millenium Book

Compiled by the Payhembury Book Group, Edited by Robin Stane

Millennium Book Group, Payhembury (2000)

Indexed by Ivy Trott

Name Place Event Date Page
Aclands Feniton Squires   24
Alan's Motors Payhembury     110
Alford, William Colestocks Mason 1878-9 132
Aplin, William Haskins Thatcher 1878-9 132
Apple Mill Cokesputt Steam engine   89
Apple Tree Cottage Payhembury Smaller house 18th C 41, 51
Arbury, Private G Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Ashburton   Holy Christian well exists   4
Axminster Axminster Monmouth supporters hanged, drawn & quartered and were displayed after the Bloody Assize   22
Ayres, Corporal F Ottery, St Mary Perished in 1914 War 10th Nov 1915 71
Ayres, Mr Clyst Hydon Injured thumb!   95
Ayres, Private F Payhembury & Tale 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Baker, Bert Payhembury Rabbit trapper   45, 92
Baker, Eliza Mary Payhembury Daughter of William & Elizabeth, Dressmaker 1851 128
Baker, James & Ann Payhembury Son of William & Elizabeth, Carpenter, Daughter Emma, Grandson Albert 1851 128
Baker, Joseph C & Susan Payhembury Living in Bedminster. Joseph b. 1827, Daughters-Emma, Blanche 1881 131
Baker, Norman Upton Owner Upton Farm 2000 138
Baker, Walter Payhembury Inn servant at Six Bells 1881 130
Baker, William & Elizabeth Upton Agricultural labourer 1841 128
Bakers Payhembury     24
Baldwin   Sheriff of Devon, owned Payhembury Manor 1086 12
Barrow Road Payhembury Bronze Age barrows AD1 5
Bart, Sir John Kennaway Payhembury Owner of Tale Manor 1878 131
Bartlett, Mr Spence Cross Wound the church clock once a week   105
Bastin, Spence Cross Odd job carpenter   82
Bastin, Private P Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Batten, Fred Payhembury Perished 1st WW   94
Batten, Private F Ottery, St Mary Perished in 1914 War, Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 1st July 1916 71, 72
Beare Payhembury House, meaning "wood" 1298 51
Beare, Thome atte   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Beer Farm Payhembury Called 'La Beare' 1289 60
Beer Farm Payhembury Great and Lyttel Beer Hyll 16th C & 2000 138
Benedictine Nuns Payhembury Owners of Cokesputt House 1154-Reformation 58
Billy the Piper Payhembury Witch, consulted by Thomas Frost Pearcy   117
Bird, Private F Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Bird, Private Frank Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Bishop Brantingham Payhembury Sent rebuke to Benedictine Nuns at Cokesputt House 1376 58
Bishop. J A Payhembury Auctioneer (Morgan&Bishop) 1878-9 132
Bittery Cross Bittery Cross Monmouth supporters hanged   22
Black Death   Disease which persisted on and off for 300 years 1348 17
Blackborough   Stone mine closed 1929 7
Blackbury   Iron Age Fort   9
Blackdown Hills Hembury Spur of plateau   7
Blackmore, Albert Payhembury Son of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, Edith Payhembury Daughter of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, Eveline Payhembury Daughter of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, Franks Payhembury Son of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, Hettie Payhembury Daughter of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, James Payhembury Butcher, Ridge Cottage 1878-9 132
Blackmore, John & Suzetta Payhembury Parents of Hetty, Frank, Evelyn, Wallace, Edith, Walter & Albert, great-great grandparents of Thomas Lewis   74, 107
Blackmore, Lance Bombardier Albert James Payhembury Perished 1939-1945 War 14th July, 1942 74
Blackmore, Wallace Payhembury Son of John & Suzetta   107
Blackmore, Walter Payhembury Son of John & Suzetta   107
Blake, Leading Aircraftman Robert Payhembury Perished 1939-1945 War 24th July, 1941 74
Blake, Mr Payhembury Judge, fancydress Silver Jun Celeb 1935 118
Blake, Robert & Edith Moor Orchard Parents of Robert   74
Blue Anchor Payhembury Wayside Tavern, farm cottage on Escot Estate, old road side Inn pump 1860 24, 66, 89
Blue Ball Payhembury Wayside Tavern & House 17th C 24, 41, 53, 90, 91, 98
Blunt, Mr Joe Payhembury Postman   39
Bovett, James Payhembury Charity 1890 151
Bovett, John Payhembury Culverhouse 1878-9 132
Bowditch, Vi Payhembury Resident 2000   103
Braddick, John Payhembury Owned Cokesputt House 1781-1793 59
Bradfield, in Kentisbeare Bradfield Dutch soldiers attached to William of Orange quartered   23
Branscombe, Bishop Payhembury Consecrated the Church, entertained at Cokesputt House 12th C, 1260 26, 58
Braunton   Holy Christian well exists   4
Bridle, John Payhembury Thatcher at Blue Anchor Inn 1841 129
Bridle, John Payhembury Shoemaker, lodger at Six Bells 1881 130
Burgoin, Thomas Payhembury Tuck Mill 1878-9 132
Burn Lea Oaks Payhembury Owner Alan Evans 2000 138
Burnell. Mrs Cheriton Council rate collector   97
Callard, Lucy Spence Cross Daughter of William & Frances 1881 129
Cape, William Payhembury Shopkeeper & Shoemaker 1878-9 132
Capel, Liz Payhembury Former Postmistress   120
Capel, Peter & Liz Payhembury Shopowners 1895 39
Case, Dr Payhembury Lived at Stomorage Around 1930 67
Chambers, Elizabeth Payhembury Cook to Vicar Messitor Terry 1881 129
Chapel field Payhembury On Cheriton   47, 97
Chaplain of Charleton Payhembury   1238 47
Chaplin, Ken Payhembury Owner Tale Farm 2000 138
Charleton Payhembury Original name of Cheriton 1238 47, 97
Charnley, Mr Payhembury Vicar   109
Charnwood Payhembury Smaller house   41
Cheriton   Produces Payhembury daffodil, Manor House   2, 42, 47
Cheriton Farm Payhembury House on Cheriton hamlet, Owners John, Cyril, Doris Ellis 2000 41, 47, 138
Clarke, Agnes Payhembury Born 1801 131
Clarke, Agnes Payhembury Worked in household of a Vicar in Warwick 1881 131
Clarke, B Payhembury Winner fancy dress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Clarke, C Payhembury Winner fancy dress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Clarke, Mr Payhembury Eldest gentleman of Payhembury Day Centre 2000 154
Clarke, Mrs Beatrice Payhembury Postwoman 1947 39
Clarke, Thomas Payhembury Colestocks 1878-9 132
Clay, John Whimple Indoor servan to John Daniel   125
Cob Payhembury Structure of houses   5
Codaford   Land owned by Odo Ericson   13
Cokesputt   Rare lead pump   89
Cokesputt cider Orchard Cokesputt Apple cider orchard   2
Cokesputt House or The Manor of Cokesputt Cokesputt Belonged to Polsloe Priory in Exeter, later the Wright family, later the Kennaways 1154 14, 41, 58
Coles, Mrs Payhembury School Head & ran the Sunday School   35, 37
Colestocks   Inn   90
Colins, Barbara & Trevor Payhembury Started the Parish Paper 1968 152
Collier, John Southleigh, Uggaton Farmer, charity trustee, member of the council. Daughters - Mary, Elizabeth 1881 127, 132
Collins, Mr Payhembury Repaired & sold shoes   110
Collins, Mrs Hillside     85
Collins. Ted Payhembury Employed to keep the village tidy   105
Commins, Miss Payhembury Assistanr county meals organizer 1952 29
Cook, Brian Milton Owner Milton Farm 2000 138
Cook, Mr & Mrs Payhembury Hosted first lunch for Payhembury Day Centre 1985 154
Cosley, Frederick Payhembury Carpenter, resident at Six Bells 1881 130
Count of Mortain Cheriton Landowner of Cheriton or Charleton   13
Court Baron Cross Cheriton, Feniton Parish Crossroads where Manor court was held   15
Cox, John Payhembury Postman 1895-1935  
Crewkerne Payhembury One time owners of Payhembury Manor   131
Crewkerne Risdon   Time of Henry IV 111
Crewys, Robert Cheriton Farmer 1878-9 132
Cromwell Payhembury Stayed in Lower House 1645 62
Crudge, Claire Payhembury Played trumpet at VE Day remembered 1995 119
Crudge, Felicity Payhembury Unwell at school 1961 34
Crudge, Kevin Payhembury Sustained bruising and abrasion at school 1961 34
Cruyws Family Cheriton Sold Cheriton farm to the Ellis family after WW1 1860 96
Culver House Payhembury Manor house, Pump 1543 42, 88
Cyril Warren Payhembury Resident 2000   102
Danes Mill   Scene of fighter plane crash 1944 94
Daniel, Ann Lower Tale Mother of John, farmed with daughters Elizabeth & Grace   125
Daniel, John & Elizabeth Talaton Son of James & Ann, 1800 125
Daniel, John & Elizabeth Lower Tale Farmer - daughters Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Charlotte, son James 1841 125
Daniell, Frederick Clyst Hydon Son of Harriett, dairyman, died 1919 126
Daniell, Harriet Lower Tale Children- Ann, James, John, Elizabeth, William, Daniel (d 1925), Frederick 1851 125
Daniells, John Lower Tale Farmer 1878-9 132
Daniells, William Hembury Fort Farmer 1878-9 132
Daniels, Mrs Payhembury Lived first cottage near pub   93
Davis, Michael Payhembury Said prayers at VE Day remembered 1995 119
Davis, Mrs Coral Payhembury Took over running of the village coffee mornings from Mrs Whitaker 1993? 152
Daymond, Joan Payhembury Broke leg at school 1943 34
De Borstok, Roger   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
De Churleton, Henry Cheriton Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
De Coklyscomb, John   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
de Courtney, Hugh, Earl of Devon Payhembury Inquisition on him, mention of Cokesputt House Reign of Edward III 58
De Doune, Ralph Payhembury Owned Uggaton 17th C 46
De Milton, Agnes   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
De Pomeroy, Ralf Higher Tale, Lower Tale Norman Landowner, gave his name to Berry Pomeroy and Stockleigh Pomeroy   13
de Stanton, Knight John Risdon     111
De Stanton, Matilda Risdon     111
de Staunaton, John Payhembury Fees for barony of Okehampton and Cokesputt held by hin Reign of Edward III 58
Deem Payhembury Tenant farmer on Cokesputt House 1793 59
Denner, John V Payhembury Farmer, Tuck Mill Farm 1878-9 132
Derivatives of words--many       10
Devonshire Batts   Whetstones   7
Dimond, Jim Payhembury Harness Maker later postman 1906 78, 104
Dimond. Ken Payhembury Resident 2000   104
Dimond, Mary Payhembury In 1881, aged 40, stayed with cousin Robert Bishop in Greenwich 1881 131
Dimond, Private T Payhembury Perished in 1914 War. 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 5th Sept 1916 72, 73
Dolling, George Payhembury Resident 2000, had contracting business   100, 105
Domesday Book   Compiled at the order of William the Conqueror 1086 12
Dommets Sunnyside Vicar's coachman 1871? 93
Dommett, Thomas, Mary Pound House Daughters Anna & Sarah 1841 125
Dommett, Thomas, Mary Tale Common Head   1851 125
Dommett, William Payhembury Employed by Thomas Granger 1881 129
Down, Mary Payhembury Resident 2000   103
Down, Michael Uggaton Owner Uggaton Farm 2000 138
Down, Trooper H Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Drake, Miss Payhembury School teacher   35
Drake, Sergeant W Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Drake, William Colestocks Wheelwright & carpenter, Vehicle & wheel repairs 1878-9 82, 132
Drew, Dennis Payhembury     110
Drew, Henry & Daisy Payhembury Parents of James & WH   74
Drew, Lance Corporal WH Payhembury Perished 1939-1945 War 21st May 1940 74
Drew, Private James Payhembury Perished 1939-1945 War 27th July, 1943 74
Drewe, Cedric Esq. Payhembury Made address at unveiling of memorial for those fallen in 1914 war 16th July 1921 70
Drewe, Private W H Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Drewes Broadhembury Squires   24
Drewes Payhembury, Leyhill Owned Leyhill & Uggaton estates 1878 19, 131
Dumnonii   Iron Age Celtic inhabitants at Hembury Fort   5
Dumpdon   Iron Age Fort   9
Dunkeswell Payhembury American aerodrome 1944 94
Dunkeswell Abbey Uggaton Given to the monks by Odo Ericson's heirs   15
Dunster Payhembury Manorial pigeon house 1543 42
Earl of Essex   Parliamentary leader 1644 20
East, Janet & Edward Payhembury Owners Yellingham 2000 138
Edricson, Odo Uggaton Saxon landowner, 1086 13
Edward III       58
Egremont Ergemont Rectangular fields preserved Middle Ages 16
Ellis family Payhembury Owners of Cheriton farm since WWI   47, 96
Ellis family Payhembury John, Cyril & Doris 2000 138
Ellis, Mr Cheriton, Branscombe     24
Ellis, Peggy Payhembury Winner fancydress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Emery, Peter Payhembury Local MP May, 1969 86
Evans, Allan Payhembury Owner Burn Lea Oaks 2000 138
Evans. Bill Yeoman Cottage Blacksmith   93
Evans, Gerald Payhembury Owner Yarrow Park 2000 138
Evans, Jane Payhembury Shop keeper. Sons-Edwin, Thomas 1878-9, 1881 129, 132
Evans, William Payhembury Employed by Thomas Granger 1881 129
Eveleigh, Private J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Eynon, Mr Payhembury Headmaster   108
Fairfax Payhembury Stayed in Lower House 1645 62
Fairmile Fairmile Monmouth supporters hanged, withybed   22, 95
Farquharson, R A Payhembury Author of The History of Honiton   112
Farthings Tale Old wood case pump and trough   89
Feniton Feniton Once called Sidmouth Junction   101
Feniton Station   Barrows once existed, one excavated 1924   5
Fenney Bridges   Location of fierce fighting during rebellion opposing religious changes towards Protestantism, Lord Russell in command 1549 17
Flays Payhembury Owners of Cheriton Cromwells time 21, 47, 96
Flays Farm Cheriton Old farm that fell down, owner Johnny Wright   94
Flays House Payhembury Modern house seemingly old   43
Flea Cheriton Fley, Flay   113, 114
Fley Cheriton Flea, Flay   113, 114
Forches Dog Village Stocks or a pillory   16
Forge Cottage Payhembury Blacksmith workmen lived   88
Frankland, Mrs Charnwood     111
Franks, Jim Payhembury A farm worker on Blue Anchor for 54 years   66
Frost, Edmund Tuckmill Miller (B 1776) 1841-1851 126
Frost, Mr Payhembury Gave coal to the 8 oldest parishioners 1873 150, 151
Gallows Cross Dog Village Stocks or a pillory   16
Gays Farm Payhembury Smaller house on Cheriton   47
Gibbons, Thomas Payhembury Boatman/coastguard (b 1841) in Kent in 1881 1881 131
Gifford, John Westcote Time of Edward I   111
Gifford, Robert Payhembury Granted service of lands of Cokesputt House by Sir Roger Gifford 1239 58
Gifford, Sir Roger Payhembury Granted service of lands of Cokesputt House 1239 58, 111
Giffords Payhembury Later owners of Payhembury   14
Gigg, Private Ernest Payhembury Served 2/4th Devons in India, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour Dec 1915 69, 73
Gigg, Private Frederick Payhembury Served 2/4th Devons in India, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour Dec 1915 69, 73
Gilson, Margaret Hembury Fort Owner 2000 138
Glanville, Charles Milton Yeoman 1878-9 132
Glanville, Charles & Tryphena Payhembury Son of John & Grace 1881 126
Glanville, John & Grace Milton Farmer, six children 1841 126
Glanville, Mr Payhembury Rented Cokesputt House 1780-1781 59
Glanville, Tilly Payhembury Village washerwoman   93
Glanville, Tryphena Payhembury Died 1920 126
Glebe Payhembury House, brick and cobb 17th-18th C 41, 65
Glebe Farm Payhembury One time Vicarage, has ever flowing water supply   89
Godfrey, Mr Ottery St Mary Sold boots To Boot Club members 1903-1951 149
Godwyn, Sir Thomas Payhembury Rented Cokesputt House 1543 59
Goodwin, Thomas Plymtree Bought Tale, Cokesputt and Uggaton after the Dissolution   15, 17
Goswell. Mrs Payhembury Monument in memory of in St Mary church   132
Goswell, Mrs Dorothhy Payhembury Of the Terry family   23, 115
Granger, Dorothy Payhembury Founder member Mothers Union 1944 153
Granger, Dorothy Payhembury Resident 2000 2000 100
Granger, Frederick Lower Tale Farmer 1878-9 132
Granger, Frederick Magor Glebe Farm Born Broadhembury 1850 129
Granger, Frederick Magor Glebe Farm Churchwarden (d 1922) 1895-1921 129
Granger, Frederick Magor & Thirza Glebe Farm Sons- Albert, George, Frank 1881 129
Granger, Harriett Payhembury B 1843, Staying with brother in law Thomas Tomlinson in Lancashire 1881 131
Granger, Mrs Betty Tale House Farm Founder member Mothers Union 1944 153
Granger, Mrs Betty Tale House Farm Started the Village Coffee mornings 1968 152
Granger, Thomas Payhembury Son of William & Ann born 1827 129, 132
Granger, Thomas Payhembury Daughters- Sarah & Laura 1878-9 132
Granger, Thomas Payhembury Village blacksmith 1881 132
Granger, William & Ann Payhembury Born, Master blacksmith 5 daughters, son Thomas 1798 129
Graves, Admiral Samuel Payhembury Invented the lifeboat 1878 131
Grendon, John Higher Tale Farmer Higher House 1878-9 132
Griffin Payhembury Village butcher   75
Griffin, Thomas Leyhill Farmer 1878-9 132
Gypsies Payhembury Sold clothes pegs & heather   110
Haldon   Stone mine closed 1929 7
Hanger Farm Broadhembury Scythe stones made behind the farm   95
Harris, Edward Haskins Carpenter 1878-9 132
Harris family Pound House Carpenters & Wheelwrights   93
Harris, Joseph Honiton Son of Samuel, grocer, wine & spirit merchant 1881 127
Harris, Messrs. Samuel & Sons Payhembury Makers of light vehicles   83
Harris, Miss Mabel Payhembury Teacher, ran Sunday School   104, 108, 109
Harris, Private A Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Private A J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Private A R Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Private F J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Private J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Private S G Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Harris, Samuel Payhembury Carpenter 1841 127
Harris, Samuel Payhembury Carpenter & Wheelwright 1878-9 132
Harris, William Pound House Made carts & wagons   83
Harris, William Haskins Aged 60 in 1841 1841 127
Harris, William Haskins Aged 25 in 1841 1841 127
Harris, William Pound House Carpenter & Wheelwright 1878-9 132
Harris, William & Elizabeth Haskins Master carpenter, three children 1851 127
Haskin, J Payhembury 17th C house w ith Payhembury windows 1637 41, 50
Haskins Farm Payhembury Owner Michael McKenzie 2000 138
Hayman, John Honiton Son of William & Susanna, carpenter   127
Hayman, William & Susanna Payhembury, Cheriton Agricultural worker (b 1802) 1851 126
Haymes, Frank Ottery St Mary      
Helyer, Robert   Hellier, slater, roof maker or builder. Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Hembury   Saxon meaning High Fort   5
Hembury Fort Hembury Fort Inn, Small quarry   24, 84, 90, 138
Hembury Fort   Iron Age Celtic inhabitants, the Dumnonii AD1 5
Henbury Fort Payhembury Earliest finds of living 1500BC 3
Henrietta Exeter Daughter of Earl of Essex 1644 20
Higher Cottage Payhembury Cobbler lived   88
Higher House Payhembury House, once the Vicarage   41
Higher Leyhill Farm Payhembury Owner Brian Salter 2000 138
Hill, Mrs Emma Payhembury Housekeeper to Rev G Messiter-Terry 1881 115, 129
Hillier, Constance Payhembury Editor of the Parish Paper 2000? 152
Holden Jean Payhembury May Queen 1970 32
Holden, Pam Payhembury     110
Hole, William Payhembury PostMaster at what is now Rose Cottage, 1856, 1878-9 39, 93
Hole, William Payhembury Harness maker, Saddler 1878-9 132
Hole, William & Elizabeth Payhembury, Haskins Schoolmaster, (b 1808) 1841, 1851 128
Hole, William & Mary Payhembury Saddler 1881 128
Holland, Mr Honiton Surgeon   112
Honiton Honiton Local market every Sat   102
Honiton Honiton Location of William of Orange Advance Guard 1688 23
Hookway, William Blue Anchor Victualler 1878-9 132
Hopping, James Cheriton, Coombe Raleigh Sons-John & George Daughter-Sarah a servant in Luppitt 1841 127
Hornbrook, Mrs Payhembury Teacher   104
Howard, Peggy Payhembury Co-op butcher   110
Hunt, James Payhembury Railway detective in Cumberland. Aged 30 in 1881 1881 131
Hurford, Mr Payhembury Co-op-sold groceries   110
Hurley. Thomas & Susanna Payhembury Beer Farm, Daughters- Jane, Elizabeth. Son-John 1851 128
Hutchins, Corp E Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Hutchins, Corporal R Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Hutchins, John Payhembury Perished 1914 War 16th Nov 1921 72, 73
Hutchins, Private H Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Invercannie Payhembury Now Robin's Cottage   106
Isaac, Donald & Evelyn (nee Vinnecombe) Payhembury Farmed Beer Farm From 1941 60
Isaac, Gerald Payhembury Present farmer of Beer Farm 2000 60
Isaac, Paul & Lorna Payhembury Present farmers of Beer Farm 2000 60, 138
Isabel (Gifford)? Payhembury     111
Jackson, Timothy Terry Polwhele Clerk, Vicar   112
James II        
James, Mr Payhembury Hon Treasurer Silver Jub Comm 1935 118
Jarvis, CJ Payhembury Hon Sec Silver Jub Comm 1935 118
Jarvis, John Payhembury Bicycle repair shop at Capel's Garage   105
Jarvis, Mr & Mrs Charnwood Coachbuilder, parents of John Jarvis   93
Jarvis, Private C J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Jeffrey, John & Harriett Payhembury Harriett sister of Charles Harding. Farmed at Rull Farm, was on Parish Council, Retired to Exmouth. John d 1920 1881 130, 132
Jeffreys, Judge   Presided over the Bloody Assize   22
Johns, Betty Payhembury Treasurer WI 1962 151
Johns, Betty & Edwin Payhembury Her Grandfather bought the Blue Anchor 1882 66, 111
Johns, Derek Payhembury Owner Tuck Mill 2000 138
Johns, Edwin Payhembury Air Raid Warden 1944 94
Johns, George Payhembury     110
Johns, Mr Payhembury Eldest member of Payhembury Day Centre 2000 154
Jones, Val Payhembury Printer of the Parish Paper 2000? 152
Joselyn Cottage Payhembury Smaller house on Cheriton 18th C 41, 47
Kennaway, Miss Payhembury Speaker at meeting of Women's War Agricultural Comm, 4th July 1917 70, 118
Kennaways Talaton Squires   24
Kennaways of Escot Tale Manors, Payhembury Later owners of Tale Manors. Owned Cokesputt House 1793 14, 59
King Charles        
King John       58
Kittow, Ruth Payhembury Owner Merryfields 2000 138
Knowles, Jack Payhembury Collided with wall at school 1989 34
Labbett, Miss Payhembury Judge, Fancydress comp Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Lane, Driver F Payhembury Perished 1914 War, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 12th Oct 1918 72, 73
Lane Family Cheriton Last person to plough with oxen   97
Lane, I Payhembury Winner fancydress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Lane, Pat Payhembury Winner fancydress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
Lawrence, John & Hannah Rull John b Venn Ottery 1806 1841 128
Lawrence, John & Hannah Sidbury Sons-John, William, Thomas, James, Samuel. Daughters-Hannah, Sarah 1851 128
Lawrence, Kathleen Payhembury Started Payhembury Spring Bulb & Flower Show, President WI 1962 151
Lawrence, Kathleen Payhembury Planted Cherry Tree on Village Green 1967 148
Lawrence, Kathleen Payhembury Organiser the 60+ Club 1968 152
Lawrence, Samuel Dodington, Somerset Son of John & Hannah, Farmer 1881 128
Le Touckere, William Tuckmill miller Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Leach, Ena Payhembury Formed Mothers Union 1944 153
Leach, John Slade Barton Resident 2000   104, 107?
Leach Mr Brimparks Had fields beside Council houses   94, 107?
Leach, Mr Payhembury Met in his barn before the Parish Hall was built   155
Leach, Robert Payhembury Played Last Post at VE Day remembered 1995 119
Leach, Roger & Barbara Payhembury Owners of Slade Barton 2000 138
Lee, Rev John Polwhele Vicar   112
Lentle, Alice Luppitt Wife of John Lentle   71
Lentle, Frank Luppitt Fought in 1914 War   71
Lentle, Private John Luppitt Perished 1914 War, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 31st Oct 1918 71, 73
Lentle, William Luppitt Fought in 1914 War   71
Lentle, William & Emma Luppitt     71
Leyhill Payhembury 16th C mansion house, haunted   41, 54, 95, 131
Lilley Talewater Worked at brickworks till end WW1   95
Littlejohn, Richard Payhembury Blacksmith, purchased parcel of land and house in manor of Cokspitt 1644 59
Lloyd, Mr Payhembury Shopkeeper   93
Lommon, Elizabeth Taylor Payhembury Servant to Bishop of Durham in 1881 aged 30. Daughter of William 1881 131
Lommon, William Payhembury Village shoemaker 1851 131
Lord Coleridge Payhembury, Chanters House Cromwell stayed 1645 21
Lovering Corp A Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Lovering Driver W Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Lovering, Jessie Payhembury Daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann 1881 129
Lovering, Mrs M Payhembury Milliner & Dressmaker 1878-9 132
Lovering, Samuel Payhembury Boot &Shoemaker 1878-9 132
Lovering, Thomas & Mary Ann Payhembury Railway Porter at Sidmouth Junction 1860 129
Lower Cottage Payhembury Blacksmith lived   88
Lower House Payhembury House Richards Farm, original 'hall house' Mid-Late 16th C 41, 44, 62
Lower Milton Payhembury House 17th C 41, 46
Lumman, Mrs Jane Payhembury Boot & Shoemaker 1878-9 132
Luppitt Luppitt Locals Supported Monmouth in attempt to overthrow James II 1683 22
Luton Luton Rectangular fields preserved Middle Ages 16
Lyme Lyme Monmouth supporters hanged, drawn & quartered and were displayed after the Bloody Assize   22
Lysons Payhembury   1811 112
Madge, Thomas, Mary(mother), Patience(wife) Payhembury Gardener, lodgers at Six Bells 1881 130
Maher, Wyn Payhembury Started Payhembury Spring Bulb & Flower Show, secretary of WI 1962 151
Malcolm Granger Payhembury Owner Tale House Farm 2000 138
Mandeville Risdon     111
Marker, Frank Monkton Park, Blue Ball Village butcher for 50 years 1900 75, 98, 105, 150
Marker, Thomas Payhembury Granted 90 year lease on lands of Cokesputt House 1538 58
Markers Park Payhembury     107
Marks family Culver House     93
Marsh Gunner G Payhembury 1914-1918 roll of Honour   73
Materface, Mary Payhembury Niece of Emma Hill, primary school teacher   115
Matthew (Gifford)? Risdon     111
Matthews, Francis & Martha Payhembury Francis born 1794 in Clyst Hydon, Martha born 1794 Payhembury. Oldest residents of Payhembury 1881 130
McKenzie, Michael Payhembury Owner Haskins Farm 2000 138
Membury   Iron Age Fort   9
Merryfields Payhembury Omner Ruth Kittow 2000 138
Messiter, Catherine Payhembury Stained glass window in memory of Rev TT Jackson 1852 132, 132
Messiter-Terry, Rev George T M Glebe Parson, Rebuilt the Church, Church schools under his control 1834-1907 23, 26, 30, 93, 115, 132
Messiter-Terry, Rev George T M Glebe Gave coal to charity 1909 150, 151
Messiters       23
Messitor-Terry, George Payhembury B 1839, Lived at Vicarage 1878-9 1881 129
Messitor-Terry, George Payhembury Sister Catherine 1881 132
Mifflin, John Payhembury Coachman & gardener to Rev Messitor Terry, Daughter- Dinah 1881 129
Miller Talewater Worked at brickworks till end WW1   95
Milton Milton Corn mill, House   16, 41
Milton Farm Milton Owner Brian Cook 2000 138
Mitcham Sapper G Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Model Army Ottery, St Mary Cromwell's army 1645 21
Monkton Payhembury Manor House 1537, 1333 42, 48
Monkton Park Payhembury Recalls monks of Forde Abbey before the Reformation   11
Monmouth   Attempted to overthrow James II 1683 21
Moor Orchard Payhembury Dwelling   104
Moreton, Elizabeth Payhembury National Schoolmistress 1878-9 132
Morgan, Mrs J Payhembury Started Payhembury Spring Bulb and Flower Show 1962 151
Morgan, William Payhembury Higher House 1878-9 132
Mousehole Payhembury House 1586 41, 45
Nancekivell. Peter Payhembury Owner Ware Farm 2000 138
Newcombe, Miss Caroline Payhembury Head Teacher 1872 31
Newcombe, Sergeant W Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Niven, Mr & Mrs Payhembury Missionary,   93
O'Connor, Mr Payhembury Village Blacksmith   104
Oates, Mr & Mrs Payhembury Ancestors of Mrs Collins, erected stalls at Payhembury Fair   85
Osmond, Gordon Payhembury Constable   109
Osmond, Nurse Payhembury Village Mid-wife   104
Palfrey, Mr Bert Payhembury Tested pond for safety before skating allowed   109
Palfrey, Private Frank Payhembury Served 2/4th Devons in India Dec 1915 69
Palfrey, Private S Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Parry, Rev H Payhembury Chairman of Silver Jub Comm 1935 118
Parsons, Eric Payhembury Sold paraffin & hardware   110
Patches Dairy Brimparks     94
Patrick Milton Payhembury Owner Tarrents Farm 2000 138
Payhembury Apple   Apple variety Oct-98 2
Payhembury Apple   Apple variety Oct-98 2
Payhembury Art Group Payhembury Started July 1998 1998 153
Payhembury Daffodil Payhembury Form of double and semi-double daffodil   2
Payhembury Friedly Society Payhembury Formed 1837 1837 149
Payhembury Manor (Peahembury) Payhembury Belonged to the Giffords, then Stanton, Crewkerne, Prous families Reign of Henry III 131
Payhembury Pound Pound House, Payhembury For impounding stray cattle   16
Payhembury Window Payhembury Unique window pattern   2
Payhembury Yew Payhembury Holy Tree planted on site of spring at The Six Bells   4
Pearcy Bros, Messrs. Payhembury Cart, wagon, wheel makers   83, 105
Pearcy Family Payhembury 18th C - late 1980   117
Pearcy, Richard Payhembury Licensee of Blue Anchor Inn & carpenter 1851 117, 124
Pearcy, Richard John Payhembury Son of Thomas Frost, Organist of Payhembury from 1876-1916 117
Pearcy, Thomas Payhembury Son of Richard John, church bellringer   117
Pearcy, Thomas Payhembury Founded wagon builders & wheelwright business 1773 117
Pearcy, Thomas Frost Payhembury Parish clerk for 34 years, Carpenter 1878-9 117, 132
Pearcy, Thomas Henry Payhembury Son of Thomas Frost, Kept Commercial Inn at Uffculme, church organist at Culmstock   117
Pearcy, William Payhembury Son of Richard John, church bellringer, retired 1952 117
Pearcy, William Edward Payhembury Son of Thomas Frost, Pianist   117
Pearsey, Mr Payhembury Attended the school   35
Peartree Cottage Payhembury Smaller house   41
Pen y caer   Old Celtic Name for Hembury 18th C 5, 52
Pengelley, Mrs Craddock Provided breeding stock of Payhembury apple   2
Petit Hembury   Time of Henry III   111
Peyhembury       111
Phillips, Mr Six Bells Resident   93
Piggot, Thomazine Payhembury Gave to the poor 1661 150, 151
Pinney, Ted Payhembury Lobbied for reprieve of small schools   34
Polwhele Payhembury   1796 112
Pope Family Coronation House Road contractors   93
Pope, Jack Luton Green Resident   99
Pope, Mr J Payhembury Charged, for viewing of a fox, towards war effort 1915 70
Pope Nicholas III Payhembury Owned Cokesputt House 1288-1291 58
Pound House Payhembury House 1333 41, 48
Pounde Hugh arre   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Pratt, Ann Higher Tale Sons-Richard, Henry, William daughter-Ann 1841 126
Pratt, Charles & Ada Tale & Stockbridge, Hampshire Parents of W & Henry 1878-9 71, 132
Pratt, Company Sergeant Major W Tale, Payhembury Perished in 1914 War, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 5th June 1915 71, 73
Pratt, Henry Lower House Son of Ann, farmer 1851 126
Pratt, Henry Farrants, Tale   1878-9 132
Pratt, Henry Lower House With Ann (MaryAnn?) 1881 126
Pratt, Henry Farrants, Tale   1888 151
Pratt, Private Henry Tale, Payhembury Brother of W, Perished in 1914 War, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 1st October 1918 72, 73
Pratt, Private J Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Pratt, Richard Higher Tale Son of Ann, farmer 1851 126
Pratt, Richd & Chas Haskins Yeoman 1878-9 133
Prodhomme, John Upton Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Proffit   Small quarry   84
Prous Payhembury One time owners of Payhembury Manor   131
Prouse, Mrs Rose, Marion, Sara Payhembury Attended the school   35
Prouse, Private P Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Prowse, Sir William Risdon     111
Pym, James Haskins Fourth child of James & Mary Pym 1881 129
Pym, James & Mary Haskins Born in Luppitt 1853 129
Radfoed, James & Sarah Payhembury Laundryman, Lived in Paddington next to James above, Aged 68 in 1881 1881 130
Radford, Daniel Payhembury Master baker, prisoner in Holloway 1881 130
Radford, Henry & Sarah Payhembury Lodgers at Six Bells 1881 130
Radford, James & Emma Payhembury Tailor-daughters-Lizzie, Jesse, Harriett, Sons - Daniel, Samuel, John. Lived in Paddington, aged 44 1881 1881 130
Radford, Mr Isaac Payhembury Speciality builder of Payhembury window, Mason   2, 93
Radford, Mrs Payhembury Village mid-wife   93
Rattenbury, William & Mary Payhembury Domestic servants to Gwen Venn at Lower House 1851 128
Retter, Mr Payhembury Donated land for the Parish Hall 1938 155
Richards Payhembury Tenant farmer on Cokesputt House 1793 59
Richards Farm in Tale Payhembury House 16th C 41, 51
Richards, Francis Nether Exe Son of Francis & Ann farmer at Nether Exe 1881 126
Richards, Francis & Ann Lower Tale Farmer, children Henry, Francis, MaryAnn. Had Aunt Elizabeth Ireland 1841 126
Richards, John Coxpitt Agricultural labourer to Thomas Warren 1851 127
Richards, John   Son of John & Ann, dairyman at Sowton 1881 126
Richards, John & Ann Lower Tale Daughters-Sarah, Mary, Sons-William, John (b 1804) .Lewis, Henry, Mark   126
Richards, Lewis & Jane East Budleigh Son of John & Ann, Farmer 1881 126
Richards, Mark   Son of John & Ann, Dairyman at Bradninch 1881 126
Richards, Martin Payhembury Postman   39
Richards, Sarah   Daughter of John & Ann, farm servant at Plymtree 1851 126
Richards, William   Son of John & Ann, farm servant for Richard Pratt at Tale Farm 1851 126
Ridding, George Payhembury Rector of Broadhembury, Payhembury & Plymtree 1982 26
Ridge Farm Payhembury Now known as Victoria Dairy 1333 49, 106
Risdon Payhembury   1630 111
River Wolf Awliscombe May record past existence of Wolves   6
Robin's Cottage Payhembury Previously Invercannie   106
Roche, Lt JW Payhembury 1914 -1918 Roll of Honour   73
Rose Cottage Payhembury Smaller house, cob and slate   41, 64
Round House Cokesputt Contained overhead cogged wheels for harnessing horses for threshing etc   89
Rowe, Payhembury Thatcher   82
Rowe, Johnnie Payhembury Sold fish & chips   110
Rowe, Private L Payhembury 1914 -1918 Roll of Honour   73
Rowe, Private S Payhembury 1914 -1918 Roll of Honour   73
Rull Payhembury House, meaning "at the hill" 1302 51
Russell Lord   Ancestor of present Duke of Bedford, in command at Mohun's Ottery, Luppitt during rebellion opposing religious changes towards Protestantism 1549 17
Salcombe Regis   Great place for 'still liquor'   98
Salter, Anna M Payhembury Victualler, Six Bells 1878-9 132
Salter, Corp W Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Salter, Corporal Payhembury Served in 2/4th Devons in India Dec 1915 69
Salter, Hettie Payhembury Started Payhembury Spring Bulb & Flower Show 1962 151
Salter, Jasper Payhembury Landlord of Six Bells & butcher 1851 112, 124,
Salter, Robert Payhembury Butcher & Farmer 1878-9 133
Salter, Robert & Mary Susan Payhembury Daughter of Jasper married Robert Salter. 1869 129
Salter, Robert & Mary Susan Payhembury Mary was innkeeper at Six Bells 1881 130
Salter, Sally Payhembury Wife of Jasper   112
Salter, Thomas Hookway Uffculme Veterinarian, father of Robert   130
Sanders, Colonel Payhembury Cromwellian Family 1543 69
Sanders, John & Ann Payhembury Tale Common Head 1851 129
Sanders, William & Henry Payhembury Journeyman bakers in Camberwell in 1881 1881 130
Saunders Tale, Culver House Bought the Manor of Tale from Thomas Goodwin Approx 1549 18
Saunders Corp F Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Saunders, Edwin Payhembury Nephew of FM Granger 1881 129
Saunders, F Payhembury As teenager made waterwheel to obtain water from Tuck Mill Cottage   89
Saunders, F Payhembury Baker, three generations at Tuck Mill Cottage Bakery   76
Saunders Family Tale Manors Passed to them after the Dissolution of the Monastries   14
Saunders Family Payhembury For many years lived in Tuck Mill Cottage 1798 61
Saunders Frank & Annie Payhembury Past owners of Tuck Mill Cottage 1930-1980 61
Saunders, Humphrey Payhembury, Holsworthy, Presbyterian minister   20
Saunders, Jane Payhembury Left property for the poor 1669 20, 150, 151
Saunders, John Culverhouse First appears in a muster roll 1569 19
Saunders, John Payhembury, Leyhill First appears in a muster roll 1569 19
Saunders, Major John East Devon A chief Parliamentarian   19
Saunders, Mr B Payhembury Built Stomorage, Colestocks Mid 18th C 67
Saunders, Richard Payhembury, Kentisbeare, Loxhore, Plymtree & Honiton, Tiverton Presbyterian minister   20
Scadding, Thirza Payhembury Housemaid for a J.P. in Suffolk in 1881 1881 131
Searle, Lydia Coxpitt Mother-in-law of Thomas Warren 1881 127
Sidbury   Iron Age Fort   9
Sidmouth Junction Station   Once a market, now called Feniton   94, 101
Singh, Mr Payhembury Sold clothes & linen   110
Six Bells Payhembury Forerunner of Village Hall. Once called Church House. Inn   4, 24, 50, 90
Slade Barton Payhembury Big Farmhouse once belonged to the Venns now Leach family since 1916, Owners Roger & Barbara Leach 2000 138
Slade Farm Payhembury Pump and well   88
Slade, Mrs Sunnyside     109
Smeatharpe Payhembury American aerodrome 1944 94
Smith, Chris & Lucy Payhembury Present owners of Tuck Mill Cottage 1981 61
Spurway, George& Gladys Payhembury     110
Squire, Bob Payhembury Winner fancydress parade Silver Jub Celeb 1935 118
St Andrew's Day Fair Hembury Annual fair held in post-medieval down to 19th Centuries   7
St. Boniface of Crediton   Cut down a Holy Tree to assert Christian truth   5
Stanton Payhembury One time owners of Payhembury Manor   131
Stapledon, Bishop Walter Westcote     111
Staynings, Risdon Son Davy, father Culme   111
Stevenson, J A R Payhembury Author, blacksmith & iron   111
Stiling, Private F Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Stomorage Colestocks House, formerly known as Stamridge 1841 67
Sunnyside, No 3 Payhembury Purpose built 'servants' cottage   41
Sutcliffe, Miss Payhembury Compiled list of field names in 'Pembury Our Village'   139
Talaton Talaton Locals Supported Monmouth in attempt to overthrow James II 1683 22
Tale Common Head   Water spot   89
Tale Farm Payhembury Owner Ken Chaplin 2000 138
Tale Head   Windlass deep well   89
Tale Head Cottage Payhembury Smaller House 18th C 41, 51
Tale House Farm Payhembury Owner Malcolm Granger 2000 138
Tale Manors   Given by the Pomeroys to the Abbey of Forde Middle Ages 14
Tale Pound   For impounding stray cattle   16
Talewater Talewater Monmouth supporters hanged, Brickworks   22, 95
Tarrents Farm Payhembury Owner Patrick Milton 2000 138
Taunton Taunton Locals Supported Monmouth in attempt to overthrow James II 1683 22
Taylor, Elizabeth Payhembury B 1833, Housekeeper to Bishop of Durham 1881 130
Taylor, James Payhembury Son of James & Sarah. Mason 1851 128
Taylor, James & Sarah Haskins Mason 1841 128
Taylor, Peter Payhembury Rector of Payhembury & Broadhembury 1978 26
Taylor, Thomas Payhembury Son of James & Sarah. Mason 1851 128
Terry Jackson Vicars Payhembury Vicars 18th C 115
Terry, Rev Robert Payhembury Parson at Payhembury, died 1661 Civil War / 1650 19, 115
Terry, Rev Timothy     18th C 115
The 60+ Club Payhembury   1968 152
The Blanket Society Payhembury Formed 1858 1858 149
The Boot Club Payhembury Formed 1903 1903 149
The Mothers Union Payhembury Formed 1944 1944 153
The Parish Hall Payhembury   1938 155
The Parish Paper Payhembury Started by Betty Whitaker 1968 152
The Payhembury Day Centre Payhembury Formed Dec 1985 1985 154
The Payhembury Parents' Teachers & Friends Ass Payhembury     153
The Payhembury Youth Club & Services   Formed Oct 1999 1999 154
The Shortmat Bowls Club Payhembury Formed Nov 1999 1999 154
The Six Bells Payhembury Was once the Church House   4, 24, 50
The Village Coffee Mornings Payhembury Started by Mrs Betty Granger 1968 152
Thornhayes Nurseries St Andrew's Wood, Dulford     2
Thydon, Mr & Mrs Payhembury Owned a shop   110
Tiverton   With outbreak of disease among troops at Otteryu, St Mary troops moved here   21
Tolley, Mr & Mrs Payhembury Ancestors of Mrs Collins, Erected stalls at Pemyhembury Fair   85
Tooze, Catherine, Ellen, Henry, Frederick & Julia Payhembury Children of Henry & Elizabeth   125
Tooze, Henry John Payhembury Clerk, married Elizabeth C Terry Jackson (1840), Curate 1851 125
Tooze, John Honiton Father of Henry John, Ironmonger   125
Trevelyan Payhembury, Leyhill Willoughby daughter married into the family from Nettlecombe Court, Somerset, One time owners of Leyhill Middle 17th C 18, 131
Trinity meadow/orchard Payhembury On Cheriton   47, 97
Trott, Robert Payhembury Victualler & farmer 1851 124
Trotter, Mr Payhembury Judge, fancydress comp Silver Jun Celeb 1935 118
Tuck Mill Cottage Payhembury Clay and straw brick 1798 61
Tuckmill Payhembury Owner Derek Johns 2000 138
Tuckmill Payhembury Corn Mill and house Mostly 19th C 13, 16, 41, 52
Tuckmill Farm Payhembury House, original 'hall house', 16th/17th C 41, 44, 51
Tuckmill Farm Payhembury Owner Heather Wallace 2000 138
Tudor Home Guard Payhembury, Leyhill Men in the parish who had to turn out in an emergency 1569 19
Tweed, Lt H Payhembury 1914-1918 Roll of Honour   73
Uggaton   Small hamlet, given by Odo Ericson's heirs (Ralph de Doune?) to Dunkeswell Abbey, later sold after the Dissolution of the Monastries to Goodwin, Manor House 17th C 13, 41, 42, 46
Uggaton estates   Owned by Drewes 1878-9 131
Uggaton Farm Uggaton Owner Norman Baker 2000 138
Upottery Upottery Locals Supported Monmouth in attempt to overthrow James II 1683 22
Upton Upton Known as Upton Prodhomme as the family owned it 1238 14, 45
Upton Farm Upton Owner Norman Baker 2000 138
Venn, Clement Payhembury Inherited Lower House from his brother John 2. Also owned Higher House and Slade, died 1868 63
Venn, Gwen Warren Payhembury Lived at Lower House, born Uffculme, Daughter of Clement & Grace nee Warren 1829 128
Venn, Gwen Warren Payhembury Granddaughter of John Venn, daughter of Clement Venn (1924) 1878-9 63, 75, 93, 133
Venn, John 1 Payhembury Eldest son of John Venn   63
Venn, John 2 Payhembury Son of John Venn, owned 499 acres incl some of Hembury Fort & Upton 1840 63
Venn, John 3 Payhembury Son of Clement Venn    
Venn, John & Ann Payhembury John born 1734 63
Venn, John & Ann Payhembury Added granary to Lower House 1780 62
Venn, John & Ann Payhembury Bought Lower House Early 18th C 63
Venn, Mary Payhembury Governess to Tooze children 1851- 125
Venn, P Slade Farmer, Landowner 1878-9 132
Venn, Rev Henry Knott Payhembury Gave beef and tea to charity   150, 151
Venn, Richard Payhembury Gave to the poor 1606 150, 151
Venn, Thomas Payhembury B 1825, Surgeon, lodged with Fisher family in Hackney 1881 130
Venn, William Upton Yoeman 1878-9 133
Venns Payhembury Later owners of Payhembury   14
Venns Payhembury Landowners, 17th C 23
Venns Payhembury Owned Culver House 18th C 68
Victoria Dairy Payhembury Previously the Ridge, owned by the Daymonds 1333 49, 106
Victoria Dairy Payhembury Owner Douglas Daymond 2000 138
Vinnicombe, George Payhembury Son of James & Elizabeth, died in horse fall 1894 129
Vinnicombe, James & Elizabeth Payhembury Lived in Beer Farm 1860 60
Vinnicombe, James & Elizabeth Payhembury Lived in Beer Farm 1878-9 133
Vinnicombe, James & Elizabeth Payhembury Had 10 children 1881 128
Vinnicombe, John Payhembury Born on Beer Farm 1880 60
Waldron Payhembury Tenant farmer on Cokesputt House 1793 59
Waldron, Ann Coxpitt, Windwhistle B Axminster, Had 8 children (1841), married Peter Coles   127
Waldron, Edwin Broadhembury Son of Ann, servant at the Grange 1851 127
Waldron, Mary Ann (Coles)? Honiton House servant 1851 127
Waldron, Nancy Windwhistle Daughter of Ann 1851 127
Waldron, Sarah Windwhistle Daughter of Ann 1851 127
Wallace, Heather Payhembury Owner Tuck Mill Farm 2000 138
Walronds of Bradfield Upton Later owners of Upton   14
Ward, Miss Elizabeth Payhembury Teacher   108
Ware Farm Payhembury Owner Peter Nancekivell 2000 138
Ware, Mrs Lena Payhembury Cooked school dinners   109
Warren, Cyril Payhembury Cokesputt House in his family from 1852 till his demise in 1988, 1988 59, 106
Warren, Frank Payhembury Father of Cyril Warren   59
Warren, Thomas & Jane Coxpitt Dairyman, b Dalwood, Daughters-Jane, Susan, Sarah 1851 127
Warren, William Payhembury Bought Cokesputt House, Grandfather of Cyril Warren 1852 59
Warren, William Coxpit Yeoman 1878-9 133
Waterbeer St, Exeter   Site of annual scythestone fair   8
Webber, Frank Payhembury Cut off his thumb at school 1878 34
Webber, Henry Payhembury Agricultural labourer, lodger at Six Bells 1881 130
Webber, Mary J Payhembury Aged 17 was patient/general servant in Fever Hospital, Islington 1881 130
Westcote Payhembury     111
Whitaker, Ken Payhembury War Veteran at VE Day remembered 1995 119
Whitaker, Mrs Payhembury Ran the village coffee mornings after Mrs Granger, Founder member Mothers Union 1944 152-153
Whitaker, Mrs Betty Payhembury Organiser of the 60+ Club 1968 152
White, Don Payhembury Resident   120
White, Richd Payhembury Farmer&Victualler, Leyhill Inn 1878-9 133
Whiting, Mary Payhembury Distributor of the Parish Paper 2000? 152
William of Orange   Ousted James II 1688 23
Willis, Emmanuel & Lucy Payhembury Parents of W. Kept the shop in Paythembury   72
Willis, Gunner A/AW Payhembury, Totnes Perished in 1914 War, 1914-1918 Roll of Honour 8th Aug 1917 72, 73
Willoughby, John Payhembury, Leyhill Bought La Hill (Leyhill) in 1593.Paid for two of the present bells in the Church 1593 19, 56
Willoughbys Risdon     111
Willoughbys Payhembury, Leyhill Lords of the Manor at Upton Approx 1549 18, 45
Willoughbys of Leyhill Upton Later owners of Upton   14, 131
Wills, Albert Payhembury Perished 1st WW   94
Wolford Awliscomb May record past existence of Wolves   6
Wood, George Payhembury Agricultural labourer 1851 128
Wood, Robert & Ann Payhembury Coachman, b 1853, lived in Queens Mews, Paddington in 1881, 2 sons. 1881 130
Wood, Robert & Diana Payhembury Carpenter 1841, 1851 128
Wood, Walter Ridge Thatcher 1878-9 133
Woodbury   Iron Age Fort   9
Wren Cottage Payhembury Purpose built 'servants' cottage   41
Wright, Elizabeth Flay Farmer & Landowner 1878-9 133
Wright, Johnny Payhembury Owner Flays Farm   24, 94
Wright, Mr Payhembury Owned Cokesputt House 1780-1781 59
Wymundsham, Thomas Payhembury Lord of the Manor 1237 26
Wyndham Family Silverton     23
Yarrow Park Payhembury Owner Gerlad Evans 2000 138
Yea, Richard atte   Noted in taxpayers list 1332 16
Yellingham Payhembury Known as Elynham 1289 52
Yellingham Payhembury Owners Janet & Edward East 2000 138
Yeomans Cottage Payhembury Smaller house   41
Yonges Escot Predecessors of the Kennaways   22

Last updated: 14 Feb 2005 - Brian Randell

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