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Name Index

To

Second Report of the Committee on Devonshire Records: Harding MSS, etc.

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 22 (1890), pp. 59-65.

by

J.R. Chanter (ed.)

Prepared by Michael Steer

The report, read at the Association's 1890 Barnstaple meeting focuses on an eclectic mixture of documents including manuscripts and books on matters relating to Devon from three sources: (1) the collection of the late Lt Col William Harding deposited in the North Devon Athenaeum at Barnstaple, (2) a portion of the MS collection of the late David Thomas Powell, deposited in the British Museum, and (3)notes on some missing Devonshire MSS by Mr R W Cotton and Mr J Brooking Rowe, FSA . 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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Bohun, Humphrey de 61
Bouchier family 60
Brownlow, Very Rev Canon 59
Camden 64
Canute, King 63
Carew family 60
Carew, Sir Henry 62
Carew, Sir Peter 62
Chanter, Mr J R 59, 61
Chichester family 61
Coffin family 64
Cotton, Mr R W 59
Courtenay family 61
Courtenay, Sir Piers 61
Cowie, Very Rev Dean 59
Dredge, Rev J Ingle 59
Ely, Dean of 64
Fuller 64
Gough 65
Harding, Lieutenant Colonel William 59-61
Hearne, Thomas 64
Herman, Mr John 64
Hockmore family 62
Holland, Joseph 64
Honiwell 61
Hooker, Dr 60
Northcote, Sir Henry 64
Northcote, John 64
Lysons 64
Merivale, Miss 64
Merivale, Mr 64
Passmer, Rev George 64
Peckitt 61
Peverill family 61
Phillips family 61
Pole, Sir William 64
Powell, Rev David Thomas LLB 59, 61-3
Puttick & Simpson, Messrs 61
Ridgeway family 62
Robsart family 60
Rowe, Mr J Brooking, FSA 59
Savery, Christopher Esq 64
Savery family 64
Smith, Mr Edward 65
Sprye, Captain 64-5
Walker, Mr Alderman 65
Walker, Rev Mr 65
William III 62
Windeatt, Mr E 59
Woolmer, S 64
Worth, Mr R N 59
Wrey family 60