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Name Index

To

The Parish Register of Ashburton and Buckland in the Moor

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 28 (1896) pp. 238-243.

by

W.M. Birch

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Parish Church of Ashburton, dedicated to St. Andrew, is situated in West Street, just a short walk from the centre of the town. The earliest known records of the Church date back to the 12th Century when Bishop John the Chanter of Exeter (1186-91) gave it to the Chapter of Exeter Cathedral. Copies of St Peter's Buckland Brewer registers (christenings 1692-1860, marriages 1694-1837, and burials 1728-1860) are held at the Devon Record Office, while transcripts of the Parish Registers back to 1756 are held in a special collection in the Westcountry Studies Library. 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  
Abraham family 241
Amery family 241
Ashburton, Lord 242
B  
Bastard, Mr 243
Bawden, John 242
Bawden, Margaret 242
Bickford family 241
Binmore family 241
Browne, John 241
Butcher, Rev J H 239
Butland family 241
C  
Carlisle family 241
Caunter family 241
Charles I 241
Charles II 241
Christopher family 241
Coaker family 241
Cockey, Rev William A 240
Commin, Mr 243
Cromwell, Oliver 238
Cruse family 241
Cruse, Mr Edward 241
D  
Dolbeare family 241
Dunning, John 242
E  
Eales family 241
Eales, Mr Richard 240
Edgecombe, Ann 242
Edward VI 238
Egbeare family 241
Elizabeth I 239
F  
Fabyan family 241
Ford family 241
ffurse family 241
Furneaux family 241
G  
George III 240
Gifford, Edward 242
Gifford, Elizabeth 242
Gifford, William 242
Glanville family 241
Gould family 241
Gruit family 241
H  
Halse family 241
Henry VIII 238-9
Hume, David 238
Hurst family 241
I  
Ireland, Dean 242
Ireland family 241
J  
James I 240
Joynt, Ann 242
Joynt, Archelaus 242
Joynt, Herkelous 242
Joynt, Hercules 242
K  
Kelly family 241
Knowling family 241
L  
Luscombe family 241
M  
Mary I 238
N  
Naylor, Rev Thomas 240
O  
Ogier family 241
Oxenham family 241
P  
Palk family 241
Perey, Mr John 240
Perry de Staverton 241
Petherbidge family 241
Pinsent, Margaret 242
Pinsent, William 242
Pridham 241
R  
Reynell, Thomas JP 242
S  
Saint Hill family (also Senthill) 241
Scobell family 241
Shellabeare family 241
Soper family 241
Smerdon family 241
T  
Tiddy family 241
Tombs family 241
Tombs, Pentecost 241-2
Tozer family 241
V  
Vavister family 241
W  
Whityeare family 241
Widger family 241
Woodley family 241
Worthy, Mr Charles 239
Wotton family 241
Y  
Yolland family 241
Yolland, Mr Stephen 241