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Early Nonconformity in Totnes

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32, (1900), pp. 412-430.

by

E. Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

Nonconformists were those who did not conform, or belong to the Church of England. The Church of England was established when Henry VIII broke with the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century. Groups who disagreed with the beliefs and practices of the Church of England formed congregations and were known as dissenters or non-conformists. They were persecuted and often had to meet in secret or go into exile. They might be Protestants (among these were the Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, Independents, Congregationalists and Quakers) or Roman Catholics. By 1851, a quarter of the English population was nonconformist. 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 New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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A
Adams, George 419
Adams, Hannah 419
Allen, Mr 429
Allyn, Mr John 421
Allyn, Mrs Judith 421
Arlington, Lord 415
Atkins, Henry 425
B
Babbidge, Roger 418-9
Barter, John 418
Bartlett, John 418
Baynham, Mr Henry 428-9
Bickle, Mr Richard 423
Blackaller, Anne 418
Blackaller, William 418
Blackhall, Thomas 416
Boyle, Hugh 418
Brommell, Susannah 418
Brooking, Mr John 413, 416-7
Bruges, R 427
Buckley, Mr 413
Burdwood, Mr James 414
Burthogge, Honour 414
Burthogge, Mary 414, 419
Burthogg, Mary jnr 419
Burthogge, Dr Richard 414, 418-9
Burthogge, Richard jnr 414
C
Calamy 412, 423, 425
Carkeet, Samuel 425, 427
Chaplin, Mr 429
Chapman, Mr 428
Charles II 414
Chase, Mr Gamaliel 424
Clarke, Edrus 419
Cleland, Mr 413
Coake, Edward 419
Cockey, Mordecai 418
Codner, Phillip 419
Cole, James 419
Cole, James jnr 419
Constantine, Lady 425
Coole, Edward 418
Coole, Philip 418
Cotton, Edward 419
Courtney, Lady 425
Crispin, Thomas 415
Crook, Mr 429
D
Deeble, Mr 416
Derry, Hugh 418
Doddridge, Dr 428
Down, Mr Thomas MA 422
Dunning, John 430
E
Edgeby, Thomas 425
Edmunds, Edward 417
Edmunds, Joan 417
Edward VI 428
Evans, Dr 425
Eveleigh, Mr Gilbert 415
F
Farwell family 427
Field, Mr Nicholas 418
Firly, John 415
Flavel, Mr John 422-4
Ford, Mr 420
Furneaux, Christopher 418
G
Galpine, Mr John snr 422, 424, 426
Galpine, Mr John jnr 422, 424
Garrett, Mr John 413-4
Geare, Mr Allen 413
Giles, Edward 419
Giles, Sir Edward 419
Giles, Mary 419
Giles, Richard 419
Gilling, Mr Isaac 424, 427
Goodridge, Mr Anthony 415-6
Gough 417
Gould, Mr Walter 416-7
H
Hammond, Elizabeth 425
Hammond, George MA 424-5
Hancock, Mr 427-8
Hannaford, William 416
Harlowin, Mr John 413, 416
Hart, Richard 417
Hawkins, John snr 418-9
Hawkins, John jnr 418
Hawkins, Zachary snr 418
Hawkins, Zachary jnr 418
Haydon, Frances 414
Haydon, Gideon 414
Hayes, Mr 428
Hayne, Mr 422
Hernaman, John 419
Hernaman, Mary 419
Horwood, John 418
Hughes, Mr George BD 420
Hyre, Samuel 419
I
Inch, Mr Christopher 419
J
James 425
James II 414
Jetsome, Barbara 430
Jetsome family (also Jutsham) 430
Johns, Mr 429
Jones, Mary 417
Jutsham, Agnes (or Anne) 430
Jutsham, Henry 430
K
King, William 418
L
Lamber, Susannah 418
Lane, Mrs Mary snr 418
Langworthy, Joseph 418
Langworthy, Michael 417
Lee, Lawrence 418
Lydstone, John MA 412, 422
Lydstone, Margaret 412
M
Marks, Thomas 419
Mills, William 418
Monmouth, Duke of 419, 425
Mortimer, Mr George 418, 423
Mountstephen, Edward 418
Murch 428
Mullins, Mr Samuel 424-7
Mullins, Sarah 427
N
Neale 417
Newton, Mr George 425
Nosworthy, Mr E 421
O
Olive, Nicholas, snr 418
P
Palmer 420, 423-4
Parish, Mr 429
Pearce, Mary 419
Pike, Mr 429
Powell, John 419
Prideaux, Mrs 430
Pridham, Edward 419
Priestly, Dr 429
Prince, Rev John 419, 423
Punchard, Henry 418
Punchard, Joanna 419
R
Reader, Rev Mr 429
Reynell family 428
Reynell, Mr 428
Reynell, Mr Thomas 428
Reynolds, Mr John 425, 427
Rooke, Mr Arthur 416-8
Rooker, Rev S 429
Rooker, Mr W 429
Rowe, James 418
Rowe, Michael 418
Rowell, John 418
S
Saunders, Mr Richard 425
Searle, Mr Edward 413, 416-7
Searle, Sarah 427
Searle, Mr William 427
Sell, Mrs Anne 418
Seymour, Sir Edward 415
Shapleigh, Mrs Elizabeth 418
Shapley, Mr William 413, 416
Shaw, Edward 418
Short, John 418
Short, William 418
Shorte, Thomas 419
Shute, Thomas 418
Simons, Mr 413
Snow, Ann 412
Snow, Robert MA 412
Somerset, Duke of 415
Southmead, Anne 412
Southmead, Mr John 412
Sparke, Mr John 430
Sparrow, Dr Anthony 415, 420
Steele, Mr Richard 425
Stoughton 417
Symons, Robert 416
Syms, Mr John 423
T
Tolcher, Henry 417-8
Tolcher, Maria 419
Tucker, Mr William 413
U
Usher, Archbishop 425
V
Veale, William 418
Vivian, Colonel 414, 419-20
W
Walker, Dr 424
Wallace, Rev James Cowden 429
Wallace, Sophia Wilton 429
Ward, Bishop 420
Warren, Lydia 418
Warren, Mr 426
Watts, Dr 427
Weeks, John 418
Welsford, Mr Giles 428
Westcott, John 418
Whiddon, Anne 412
Whiddon family 414
Whiddon, Frances 414
Whiddon, Francis Esq 412
Whiddon, Francis MA 412
Whiddon, Rev Francis MA 412-8, 420-4
Whiddon, Mrs Joanna 419
Whiddon, Sir John 420
Whiddon, Judith 421
Whiddon, Margaret 412
Whiddon, Richard Esq 420
White family 424
White, Mr William 418, 420, 427
William III 414
Windeatt, Mr Samuel 429
Windeatt, Miss Sophia Wilton 429
Windeatt, Rev Thomas White 420, 427
Wise, Mrs Susannah 418
Woolcombe, Mr Robert 412-3

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