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Name Index

To

A tangle in the history of Ashburton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 28 (1896) pp. 219-227.

by

P.F.S. Amery

Prepared by Michael Steer

Ashburton was by far the smallest and probably also the poorest of the parliamentary boroughs of Devon. It sent representatives to only two Parliaments before the 17th century: those of 1295 and 1407. However, the situation improved after the Long Parliament of 1640. Pearson's paper presents a detailed account of the town's representation from that date. 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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Addiscott, Thomas 215
Alworth, Johannes 213
Amery, P F S 210
Baron, George 216
Beaumont, John armig 213
Bolls, Thomas 216-7
Buckfast, Abbot of 211
Camden 210
Castledon, Edmund 216-7
Castledon, John 216-7
Clinton, Lord 218
Codner, John 216-7
Cornwall, Duke of 215
Denys, Sir Maurice Knt 213
Dolbere, John 212
Duke, Richard armig 213-4, 218
Dyche, Thomas 210
Edward I 210
Edward II 211
Edward VI 213-4
Elizabeth I 213-4
Exeter, Bishop of 210-1
Faversham, Earl of 218
Ford, Edward 217-8
fforde, Francis 216
Forde, Johannes 213
Forde, Thomas 213, 215-8
Green, Mrs J R 209, 212
Grey, John 212
Henry IV 209, 211
Henry VI 211
Henry VII 211
Henry VIII 211-4, 217
James I 209-10, 213-5, 217-8
Jardine, Sir Robert Bt 218
Kelley, Christian 215
Kelley, Krofer 215
Kelley, Thomas 215
Knowlinge, William 216
Leland 210
Loweman, Thomas 216
Loweman, William 216
Luce, Margaret 215
Lysons 218
Martin 212
Mary, Queen 213
Mattheson, Sir James 218
Palk, Sir Lawrence Bt 218
Palk, Sir Robert 218
Parkhurst, Sir Robert 218
Richard II 211
Risdon 211
Rolle family 218
Sayntclere, Johannes armig 213-5
Scoble, John 216
Shapter, Richard 213, 216
Southe, John 212
Stapledon, Bishop Walter 211
Stawell, Sir John 218
Stuart, Prince Henry 215-6
Totnes, Judhel of 210
Tuckfield family 218
Vinograloff, Paul 209
Voysey, Bishop John 212-7
Wales, Charles Prince of 216-7
Wales, Prince of 215
Worth, R N 210