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Sixth Report of the Committee on Devonshire Records: Plymouth Proprietary Library

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 26 (1894), pp. 86-100.

by

J. Brooking-Rowe (ed.)

Prepared by Michael Steer

The report, read at the Association's 1894 South Molton meeting focuses on an eclectic mixture of documents including the Musbury Parish Records, some notes on a copy of the Sarum Missal and some Plymouth Institution manuscripts, as well as a collection of Devon Muster Rolls for 1578-88. The purpose of the Committee was to investigate and report on manuscripts, records and ancient documents existing in or related to Devonshire, with the nature of their contents, their localities and whether or not they are in private or public hands. 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 Michigan University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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A
Adams, Mr Samuel 135
Addison 137
Anderson, W 111
Anne, Queen 134, 156
Anstis, John 112, 114
Arscott family 129
Arscott, Mr 162
Atkins, Mr 157
B
Baker, E 111
Ball, Mr 145
Baron 142
Baxter, Mr 136
Bedford, Mr 129-30
Bickerton 170
Bissett family 129, 163
Bluett, John 111
Boscawen family 166
Bostock 169
Boyle, Mr 131
Brett, Mr George 128, 162
Brett, George (2) 163, 165
Brett, Mr Henry 146
Brett, Mr Samuel 114-5, 128, 150
Brooking Rowe, Mr J 110
Brownlow, W R, DD 110
Brushfield, T N, MD 110
Burrows, Mr Jerome 137
Burthogge, Dr Richard 121-2, 126
Byfield, Mr 168
C
Cable, Mr 111
Calamy, Dr Edmund 136, 139-41
Card, Elizabeth 123-4
Carew family 112
Carr, Dr 148
Chandler, Mr Samuel 138-40
Charles I 121
Charles II 136, 168
Charles XI, Sweden 153
Clark, Dr 138, 149, 161
Cleather, Dorothy 129
Cleather, George 114, 128
Cleather, John 129
Clifford, Mr 117
Collier, Frederick 121
Collier, Mrs Hannah 119-21
Collier, Mr Joseph 121
Collier, Thomas 121
Comber 119
Congreve, Mr 170
Courtenay, Sir William 158
Cowie, Benjamin DD 110
Cowper, Lord 141
Cox, Mr 145
Cromwell, Oliver 128
Cudmore, Mr 142
D
Dale, Robert 113
Delipius, Dr 172
Dennis, Mr John 170
Derwentwater 141
Dhall, Mr 155
Drake family 112
Drake, Sir Francis 152
Dredge, Rev J Ingle 110
Dryden 170
Du Fresnoy 170
Dure 133
E
Edgley, Mr 145
Edmonds, Mr John 153
Elford, John 157
Elford, Walter 157
Elizabeth I 111
Enty, Mr John 136, 142, 144-6, 166, 168
Enty, John snr 166
Evelyn 131
F
Flamank, Mr 151
Forrest 119-20
Fortescue, Mrs 166
Fox, Dorothy 128-9
Fox, Mr John 113-8, 121, 126-8, 147-8
Fox, Major 128
Fox, Mary 129
Fox, Mrs 129
Furse, Mr Walter 142
G
Garden, Elizabeth 173
George I 141
George IV 114
Gilling, Elizabeth 129
Gilling, Mr Isaac 129, 133-6, 144, 147, 153, 155-7, 162
Gilling, Mr Joseph 156
Gilling, Mr Jse 156
Gilling, Mrs 129
Gilling, Richard 156
Gully family 128
H
Halifax, Lord 137
Hallett, Mr John 129-31, 135
Halliwell, Mr 113
Halliwell-Phillipps, Mr 113
Hambly 119
Hammond, Anthony Esq 170
Harbin, Rev George 112
Harding, Mr Nathaniel 130, 141-2, 144, 146, 148
Harding, Nicodemus 148
Harris, Mr 126
Hatherley, Grace 111, 173
Hay family 111
Heard, Sir Isaac 112
Hemyn, Widow 171
Highmore, Joseph 127
How, Mr 126
Hutt, Mrs 119
I
Idellow, Mr 168
Incledon, Benjamin FRS 110, 112-3
Incledon, Robert Newton 112
J
James I 111-2, 129
James II 112, 155, 168
Jerman, Captain 119
K
Kenmuire 141
Kerslake, Thomas 111
Kevern 119
King, Chief Justice 153, 161
King, Sir Peter 133
Kirkpatrick, W 111
Knight 138
L
Leggate, Mr 121, 126
Locke, Mr 160
Lopes family 111
Lorimer 140
M
Marlborough, Duke of 134
Marshall, Bishop Henry 113
Martin, Sir George 153
Martin, Mr 153
McArdell, James 127
Milton, John 147
Monmouth, Duke of 129
Moyle, Mr Walter 158, 169-70, 172
N
Nicodemus, Mr 130
Nicolls, Dr 159
Northcote, James 113-4, 118
Northcote, Mr 128
Northcote, Mr Samuel jnr 127, 162
Nowell, Mr 133
P
Palk family 111
Parr, Matt 133
Payne, Dr 126
Phillipps, Sir Thomas 110-2
Pictit, Mr 131
Pierce, Mr James 159, 162
Pierce, Mrs 162
Pierce, Mr Philip 119, 143-7, 157, 167-8
Pitts, Mr Aron 144-5
Pole, Sir William 112, 114
Powell family 129
Purcell 137, 141
R
Reed, Mr James 139
Reynolds, Sir Joshua 118
Richardson, Samuel 127
Risdon 113
Robinson, Dr 153
Rochester, Lord 171
Row, Mrs 129
S
Sandercock, Mr Jacob 144, 146, 150-1, 153, 166
Savery, Mrs Ann 168
Savory, Mr 166
Searle, Mr Abraham 162
Searle family 129
Secker, Mr Thomas (also Bristol) 115-6, 138, 140
Sherwill, Mr 168
Shilston family 168
Shower, Sir Bartholomew 134
Shower, Mr John 134
Smith, Ben 172
Smith, , Mr John 172-3
Smith, Mr 121, 126, 169
Smithurst, Mr Benjamin 168-70, 172
Smithurst, Elizabeth 173
Smithurst, Grace 173
Smithurst, Judy 171
Sothern, G 117
Southcote family 111
Sowter, Christopher 154
Sowter, Mr John 153
Sowter, Martin 154
Stanhope, Earl 170
St Aubyn family 111
Stephens, John 120
Strong 112
Sweeting 111
T
Talbot, Mr 138
Tallent, Humphrey 118-20
Tayleure, Mr James 114
Thorpe, Thomas 112, 114
Tolcher, Henry Esq 119
Trosse, Mr 159
Troughton 169
Tupper 154
V
Vallack, John 128
Vaughan 128
Vinson, Mrs 136, 142, 167-8
W
Waldron, Counsellor 133
Wales, Prince of 114
Walrond, Mr 152
Warren, Mr 150
Wentworth, Thomas Lord 111
Whiston, Mr 131
William III 169
William & Mary 155
Williams, Dr 118, 139, 141
Windeatt, Mr Edward 110
Withers, Mr 144-5
Worth, Mr R N 110
Wright, Dr 137
Y
Yeo, Admiral (also Captain) 119-20, 156
Yeo, Mr 156
Yonge, Dr (also Young) 119
Young, Mr James 163

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