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Index to

THE HISTORY OF CORYTON

by

Thomas Newman

First Published in 1940 by

Cassell and Company Limited

London, Toronto, Melbourne and Sydney

Index prepared by Brian Bigmore

Index Format: Name, place if not Coryton, Date, Event, Page Numbers

Adams S. W., Lamerton, circa 1900, Master of Foxhounds, p 155, 171
Allen Richard,, 1857, miner at Coryton mine, p 110
Allen Susan,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Alwin,, pre-conquest, Saxon lord of the manor, p 12
Archer Edward, of Trelaske near Launceston, circa 1840, received foxhounds, p154
Arnulphi William de Campo,, 1349, patron of the Rectory of, p 21
Arundell Rev. Gilbert,, 20th century, sportsman, p 156, 157, 175
Aubyn Piers St.,, 1905, member of shooting party, p 171
Babington Captain G., Lamerton, 1920, lent accident statement to author and Master of Foxhounds, p 53, 155
Babington Mrs.,, 1914, played part of Mistress Tremayne, p 183
Baker Mr.,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Balfour Captain,, 1892, member of shooting party, p 142
Baring Gould Captain Edward, Tavistock, 1860, commander of the volunteer rifle corps, p 120, 171
Baring Gould Misses, Lew Trenchard, 1907, led Morris Dancers at bazaar, p 164
Baring Gould Miss C.,, 1913, played part of Miss Elizabeth Gould, p 179, 183
Bassett Arthur,, 1898, member of shooting party, p 145
Battams George, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Batten John,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Bawden Misses,, 1907, provided bazaar entertainment, p 164
Bean Miss,, 1913, played Lady Howard of Effingham, p 179
Beddowe Roger,, 1530, Rector of, p21
Bedford Earl of,, 1644, Parliamentarian, p34, 35, 37
Bickerstith Rev. H. L.,, 1914, played part of Mr. John Arscott, p 183
Bickle James,, 1857, miner at Coryton mine, p 110, 111, 126
Bickle John,, 1808, paid Homage, p 51, 55, 67
Bickle Nanny,, 1808, died, p 51
Bickle Thomas, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Bidlake Henry, Bidlake,, a Royalist fined £300, p 19
Blackburn Arthur, Hayne,, built Lamerton Hunt kennels, p 155
Blackburn Harold, Stowford Bridge Townley,, bred prize-winning cattle, p 155
Blackiston Mr. A., Lamerton, 1911, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Blatchford Bessy,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Blatchford Mrs [sen.],,, player of local game, p 138
Blatchford John,, 1866, tenant farmer, p 123
Blatchford Thomas,, 1856, Smith working at Coryton mine, p 111
Blatchford Walter Alfred,, circa 1916, army sergeant, p 185
Blatchford William,, 1750, signed a document, p 85
Blatchford William,, circa 1930s, estate foreman, p 84, 174
Blatchford William Henry,, circa 1918, awarded Meritorious Service Medal, p 185
Blowey Philip, Horrabridge, 1885, builder, p 128
Bolt William,, 1914-1918, Somerset Light Infantry, p 185
Bosanquet Rev. C. C.,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Botterell J. W., Exeter, 1919, clerk, p 197
Bowen Alfreda Ernestina [Mrs. R. L. Newman],, 18 October 1899, married Robert Lydston Newman on, p 149
Bowen (G.C.M.G.) Rt. Hon. Sir George Ferguson,?, 19 century, father of Alfreda, p 149
Bradridge William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Bradshaw Commander, Lifton, 20 century, owner of Capt Symond's diary, p 33, 34
Bradshaw Frank, Lifton,, brother of Henry, p 157
Bradshaw Gerald,, 1892, member of shooting party, p 142
Bradshaw Henry, Lifton, 1844, bought the Lifton estate, p 157
Bradshaw James, Lifton,, eldest son of Frank, p 157
Bradshaw Mr.,, 1913, played part of Sir Francis Drake, p 180
Bradshaw Mr. Jim,, 1890, member of shooting party, p 131, 142
Brandreth H. C.,, 1903, sold Liddaton Wood, p 176
Branscombe Walter, Exeter, 1257-1280, Bishop of between, p 14, 15
Bray Edward, London, 1809, executor of Arthur Tremayne will, p 43, 63, 64
Bray Mary,, 1807, died, p 50
Brendon Elizabeth,, circa 1809, £3 10s. heriot owed, p 18
Brendon George,, circa 1809, £3 10s. heriot owed, p 18, 83, 86
Brendon John,, circa 1809, £3 10s. heriot owed, p18, 49, 50, 65, 66, 68
Bridgeman C. V.,, 1813, son of George, p 69, 72-74
Bridgeman George, Sydenham, circa 1790, steward of Arthur Tremayne, p 45, 66, 67, 77
Brit Margaret, Staddiscombe in Plymstock, circa 1420, daughter and heir of Robert wife of Thomas Wyse, p 16
Brit Robert, Staddiscombe in Plymstock, 15 century, landowner and father of Margaret, p 16
Broad Nicholas, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Broad the younger Philip, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Broadridge Mrs,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164
Broke Captain P. B. V.,, 1813, of HMS Shannon, p 61
Brown Ann,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Buckingham John,, 1612, patron of the Rectory, p 21
Buckingham John, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 54
Budge G. H.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Buller Col.,, 1890, member of shooting party, p131
Buller Rev. A., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Buyers J., of Hexworthy, circa 1891, provided a belfry screen, p 139
Caley John, Tavistock, 1796, translator, p 17
Calmady Thomas, Lewtrenchard, 17 century, former land leasee, p 39
Campbell Captain A.,, d:1915, nephew of Mr. Robert Newman, p 138, 189
Cann Mr., Kit Knowle, 1915, stopped runaway pony and trap, p 190
Carthew Ellen,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Carthew William Henry,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 185
Chammbernun Henry de,, 1279, patron of the Rectory, p 21
Chasty Mrs.,, circa 1930s, renowned for Christmas card verses, p 85
Chasty William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Chichester family, of Tavistock, 19 century, manganese mine owners, p 73
Chichester W. H., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Churston Lord,, 1908, member of shooting party, p 172
Cobham Major,, 1914, played part of Col. Arthur Tremayne, p 183
Cole John,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150, 159
Cole Mrs.,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164
Cole Richard John Henry,, 1914-1918, Australian 5th Light Horse, p 186
Cole Samuel,, 1866, tenant farmer, p 123
Cole Thomas,, 1914-1918, Devonshire Regiment, p 186
Cook Richard,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Coriton Elizabeth,, 16 century, second daughter of Peter wife of Thomas Foorde, p 19
Coriton Peter,, 16 century, land owner, p 19
de Coriton William,, from 1284-1286, held one fee in, p 14, 15, 21
de Coryton family,, circa 1066 - circa1600, Norman family, p 14, 20, 209
Coryton family,, 15 century, Lords of the Manor of, p 16, 28
Coryton Agnes,, circa 1448, daughter of Thomas Tremayne wife of John Coryton, p 17
Coryton Edward,, 1428, held half a fee in, p15
Coryton Frances,, d: 1665, wife of George Walrond, p 19
Coryton Captain Jack, Pentillie Castle Cornwall, 20 century, member of ancient family, p 28
Coryton John,, 15 century, husband of Agnes grandson of William Curyton, p 17
Coryton Peter,, 16 century, patron of the the Rectory of, p 20, 21, 28
Coryton Richard,, 1514, patron of the Rectory, p 21
Coryton William, of Newton, 17 century, mentioned in a diary of Capt. Symonds, p 34
Corytone Edward,, 1432, patron of the Rectory of, p 21
Corytone William,, 1382, patron of the Rectory of, p 21
Coulam Mr.,, circa 1930s, station master, p 122
Coventry Jim,, 1892, member of shooting party, p 142
Cowling John, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 54
Cowlyng Stephen,, 1514, Rector of, p 21
Crossman John, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 54
Crossman Robert, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 54
Cruze Sidney,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 186
Cudlipp John,, 1814, masons work, p 67
Cuming C.,,,, p 143
Cummings Mr., of Knowle Farm, 1860, farmer, p 115
Cunningham Mrs. Dick,, 1914, played part of Lady Wise, p 183
Curig Saint,, A.D.515, Celtic saint from whom manor takes its name, p 4-7, 14, 160
Curyton William, of Curyton,, landowner grandfather of John Coryton, p 17
Curyton William de, of Curyton,, great-grandfather of John Coryton, p 17
Darton R.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Davey Edward,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Davey Ernest John,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 186
Davy Charlie,, 1860, Manor carpenter, p 116
Davy Henry, of Lew Mill, 1856, carpenter, p 111, 116, 150
Davy John, Marystowe, 16 century, seaman, p 23-27
Davy John,, 1856, carpenter working at Coryton mine, p 111, 123, 150
Daw C. H., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Deacon Henry,, 1853, bought foxhounds, p 154
Deakin J. H., Werrington, d: 1878, took over fox hounds, p 154
Delaforce G. R., Plymouth, 20 century, head of wine merchants in, p 62
Dingle John (Junior),, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Dingle John (Senior),, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Dodscombe Joan, Devon, 14/15 century, heiress and daughter of Sir John wife of Nicholas Tremayne, p 17
Dodscombe Sir John, Devon, 14 century, father of Joan, p 17
Doidge Charles,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 186
Doidge Henry,, 1914-1918, Canadian Railway Troops, p 186
Doidge Margaret,, 1906, appointed assistant schoolmistress, p 163
Doidge Mary,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Doidge Richard, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Doidge William, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 54
Down John,, 1809. lived at Corymill Higherhams, p 65
Drake Sir Francis,, 16 century, Seafarer, p 24, 32
Drew John Gould, Exeter, 1918, arbitrator, p 195, 196
Drielsma Mr. C.,, 1913, played part of Henry Bidlake, p 180
Drielsma Mrs.,, 1913, played part of Lady Grenville, p 179, 184
Drogo de Geoffrey,, 1086, Norman lord of the manor, p 13
Dunn George,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Durden James,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Eales R., Sydenham, circa 1790, junior steward, p 47
Eastcott E.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Edgecumbe Miss,, 1913, played part of Mistress Joan Edgcumbe, p 179
Edgell Wyatt,, 1909, member of shooting party, p 172
Elford Rev. William, and Lew Trenchard, 1799-1821, Rector of, p 45
Elias de Curiford,, 1212, held one knight's fee, p 14
Ellicombe Hugh Middleton, Exeter, 1806, Steward, p 49, 50, 51, 63
Ellis James,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Essewater Sir Jordan de,, 1279, became rector, p 14
Fanshaw Charles, Franklin Devon, 1809, executor of Arthur Tremayne will, p 43, 64
Fedrick William Henry,, 1914-1918, Royal Marine Artillery, p 186
Feilden Mr. J.,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Foorde Thomas, of Nutwell, 21 April 1567, baptised, p 19
Forster Nathaniel,, 1756, Rector of, p 22
Fowler Mrs.,, 1907, contributed to bazaar, p 163
Fowler Rev. H. N.,, 1904, Rector of, p 22, 162, 165, 180
Francis Miss E.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Bidlake, p 179
Friend Elizabeth,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Friend John,, circa 1809, £3 10s. heriot owed, p 18, 49, 50, 66
Friend Sarah,, 1577, friend of Thomas Rowe, p 26, 27
Friend Thomas,, 1811, paid Homage, p 66, 67
Frise James, Thruselton, 1788, accident witness, p 53, 54
Frise Robert, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Fulford Sir Baldwin, Devon, 15 century, landowner, p 17
Fulford Thomasia, Devon, 15 century, daughter of Sir Baldwin and wife of John Wyse [Tavistock], p 17
Fuller Rev. M., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Fynch William,, circa 15/16 century, Rector of, p 21
Fys John, Tavistock, 1427, a MP for, p 16
Gale Frederick,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 186
Gale William John,, d: 31 Jan 1918, submarine collision, p 185, 198
Galfrid de Curiton,, 1212, held one knight's fee, p 14
Gardner Mrs.,, circa 1930s, village shop keeper, p 85
Gascoigne Col.,, 1889, member of shooting party, p 130, 141
Henn-Gennys Mr. E., Lamerton, 1904, master of Foxhonds, p 155
Gerry Mr.,, circa 1930's, oldest living inhabitant, 73, 124, 150
Gerry Harry,, 1914-1918, Royal North Devon Hussars, p 150, 186
Gerry James,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Gerry Jane,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Gerry William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Gervys John,, 1319, Rector of, p 21
Gibbons Rev. Thomas, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Gill Mr.,, 1890, member of shooting party, p 131
Gill John,, 1806, paid Homage, p 49, 50, 66, 68
Gill Thomas, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Gimblet Edward,, 1857, miner at Coryton mine, p 110
Gloyen Ann,, circa 1809, 11s. heriot owed, p 18
Godfrey Mr. A. C., Lamerton, 1915, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Godfrey Richard,, 1428, held half a fee, p15
Godman Dame Alice,, 1906, member of shooting party, p 171
Goode Captain,, 1892, member of shooting party, p 142
Gotto Miss,, 1913, played part of Mistress Anne Vavasour, p 179, 183
Gotto Mr.,, 1913, played part of Sir John Hawkins, p 180
Grenville family,,,, p 38
Grenville Sir Bevill,, 17 century, elder brother of Richard, p 34
Grenville Sir Richard, Cornwall, 1644, Royalist leader, p 33-38
Groves Edwin Cecil,, 1914-1918, First Royal Irish Regiment, p 186
Groves Lionel,, 1914-1918, served in France and Germany, p 186
Groves Reginald Albert,, 1914-1918, R.E. Sapper, p 186
Grylls Rev. H. B., Marystowe, 1904, vicar of, p 163
Hambley Jane,, 1809, lived at Eastcott, p 65, 68
Hamilton Mrs.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Bearsley of Collaven, p 179, 184
Hamlyn Calmady J.,, 1814, wrote letter, p 75, 76
Hamlyn Shilston Calmady (the elder), Leawood, 1882, sold two fields, p 132
Harness Rev. Samuel, South Sydenham, 1794, Rector of, p 22, 45, 48
Harold Daniel,, circa 1808, will witness, p 48
Harris, of Hayne, 1645-6, defended house, p 33, 36, 37
Harris Christopher, Cobham, 1755, house owner, p 130
Harris Grace,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Harris Thomazin,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Harry Ernest,, 1914-1918, 10th Devons, p 186
Harry Mr.,, 1918, witness, p 195
Harry Mrs.,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164
Haviland John,, 1723, Rector of, p 21
Hawker Frank,, 1901, member of shooting party, p 171, 172
Hawkshaw Oliver,, 1909, member of shooting party, p 172
Head Mr.,, 1915, gamekeeper, p 173, 174
Heauntone Adam de,, 1328, Rector of, p 21
Henry Fitz Robert,, 1212, knight, p 14
Hill Thomas,, 1807, died, p 50
Hillman Arthur,, 1814, Captain of Coryton Slate Quarry, p 68
Hillman Betsy,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Hillman [the] Misses,, circa 1860, schoolmistresses, p 116
Hitchins John,, 1818, leased a mine, p 68
Holbourn Col, Sydenham,1645-6, defended Sydenham house, p 36
Holeway William,, 1428, held half a fee, p15
Honey William, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Hore Digory,,, lent money to Henry Bidlake, p 19
Horndon William,, circa 1850, fox hunter, p 154
Horrell J. H., and Battersea and Tavistock,circa 1930's, nonagenarian inhabitant, p 90, 101, 114-117, 122, 125
Horwell Peter,, 1597, Rector of, p 21
Cooke-Hurle Major E. F., Lamerton, 1910, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Cooke-Hurle Mr. J. A., Lamerton, 1906, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Hutchins Edward,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Jackson Richard, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Jago George,, 1764, Rector of, p 22
James J.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Jameson John,, 1909, member of shooting party, p 172
Jeffery Mrs. C.,, 1811, presented, p 67
Jeffery Thomas,, circa 1809, 10s. heriot owed, p 18, 49, 51, 65
John Robert,, 1546, Rector of, p 21, 24, 25, 26
Jones Susanna,, 1807, died, p 50
Jones Thomas,, 1806, paid Homage, p 49, 50, 51, 66, 67
Jope John,, 1622, patron of the Rectory, p 21
Jope Roger,, 1622, Rector of, p 21
Jory Valentine, Thruselton, 1788, died in accident, p 53-55
Jowell Henry, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Judhael de Totnes, Totnes, late 11th century, Norman noble, p 13, 14
Julkyn John, Tavistock, 1429, a MP of, p17
Jury Elizabeth,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Jury Thomas,, 1914-1918, R.E. Sapper, p 186
Kelly Miss D.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Choberry of Bradstone, p 179, 183
Kelly Miss M.,, 1913, played part of Miss Mary Kelly, p 179, 183
Kelly Reginald, Kelly, 1878, Master of Fox Hounds, p 154, 180
Kelly Miss,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Kelly Mr. Robert,, 1913, played part of Sir Richard Grenville, p 180
Kempe Miss,, 1889, did needlework for the local church, p 139, 179
Keogh Miss,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Keogh Miss I.,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Kirby Rev. J. A.,, 1926, Rector of, p 22, 207
Kite Alfred,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150, 159
Kite Betsy,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Kite Elizabeth,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Kite J.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Kite Thomasin,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Knapman William,, 1684, name on church bell, p 33
Knocker E. J. Shirley,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 186
Knocker Rev. W. G.,, 1913, Rector of, p 22, 159, 180, 181, 199
Kyngbeare John de,, 1331, Rector of, p 21
Lake Charlotte,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Lake G. H. T.,, d: 14 Nov 1918, in Italy from wounds, p 185, 199
Lampen William,, 1523, Rector of, p 21
Land John,, circa 1808, will witness, p 48
Lavers Thomas,, 1694, patron of the rectory, p 21
Leadbitter Mrs.,, 1913, played part of Lady Wise, p 179
Leamon E. F., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Leamon Mr. W., Devon, d: 1877, fox hunter, p 154
Lee Mr. G. W., Lamerton, 1913, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Lee William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Leofric, Crediton and Exeter, 1040, 1st bishop of, p 4, 5, 7, 14
Lethbridge John,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Lethbridge Miss,, 1913, played part of Mistress Tamsen Trelawny, p 179, 184
Lethbridge Mr. J. E. B., Lamerton, 1926, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Lethbridge Mr. and Mrs.,, circa 1870s, lived in cottage, p 126
Lloyd Capt. M. K. A., Lamerton, 1915, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Lobb Mr., Devon, circa 1879, huntsman, p 154, 195
Lobb Mr. G., Lamerton, Master of Foxhounds, p 154
Lopes Sir Henry,, 1909, member of shooting party, p 172, 192, 193
Luce Mr.,, 1894, of Barton Farm, p 158
Luce P. L.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Lydston Joyce,,,, p 58
Lyle Dr.,, 1859, schoolmaster, p 116
Lysons, Devon, circa 1822, author and local historian, p 17
McAdam John Loudon, and London, 1830, roadmaker, p 84
Martin Johnny,,, local poacher, p 210
Martin Mrs.,, circa 1939, schoolmistress, p 134, 150, 203
Martin Henry,, 1889, leased Coryton manganes mines, p 113
Martin Mary,, 1809, lived at Broom Park, p 65, 67
Martin William,, 1808, paid Homage, p 51
Martyn Mrs. C.,, 1811, a life on Froghole, p 67
Martyn William,, late 13 century, local Baron, p 14
Mason John,, 1811, paid Homage, p 66
Medland W.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Michelmore Alfred,, 1917, wrote letter to Robert Lydston Newman, p 126, 127, 150, 191, 194, 195, 202
Michelmore Herbert,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Michelmore Thomas, and Staverton, 1816, agent, p 77-79, 83, 84, 90, 118, 119
Mitchell Rev. J. B., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Mileford Thomas de,, 1318, Rector of, p 21
Monk Henry,, 1891, member of shooting party, p 141
Morgan Mr., Lamerton, circa 1840, Lamerton hunt, p 154
Morley Jeoffrey Hope,, 1908, member of shooting party, p 172
Morris Thomas, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Morshead Miss A.,, 1913, played part of Lady Drake, p 179, 183
Morshead Miss B.,, 1913, played part of Lady Gilbert, p 179
Morshead Miss R.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Rebecca Boggyns, p 179, 184
Mortimer R.,, 1871, manager of the school, p 133
Mounce Edwin,, 1914-1918, Tank Corps, p 150, 186
Mounce Frederick,, 1914-1918, 3rd Devons, p 186
Mounce Mr. George,, 1919, present at parish meeting, p 159
Mounce Harry,, 1914-1918, 8th Devons, p 186
Mounce William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Mudd Ambrose, Dartmouth, 1666, merchant, p 60
Neville Mr. H.,, 1914, played part of Sir Edward Wise, p 183
Newman family,, circa 1400, originally from Dartmouth, p 57, 86
Newman family,,, pedigree, p 58
Newman Edward,, 1907, member of shooting party, p 171
Newman Elizabeth Robert and Alfreda,, 1908, names on church bell, p 33
Newman Alfreda [Mrs. R. L. Newman],,,, p 163, 169, 177, 189, 190
Newman Rev. E. F.,, 1921, Rector of, p 22, 89, 180, 184
Newman Elizabeth Laura [Mrs. T. H. Newman],, 19 century, R. L. Newman's mother, p 162
Newman Mrs. E.,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Newman Rev. G. F.,, 1914, masque performer, p 184
Newman John, Dartmouth, 1630, privateer, p 59
Newman Joyce Alfreda [Mrs. Gascoigne],, circa 1904, daughter of Mrs Alfreda Newman, p 177
Newman Lionel Ernest,, d: 15 August 1902, member of shooting party and stain glass window memorium, p 142, 144, 161, 171
Newman Lydston, Dartmouth and Sydenham, 1747-1829, bought Manor, p 17, 18, 20, 22, 28, 31, 49, 57, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66-73, 77-82, 101
Newman Mary,, 16 century, wife of Sir Francis Drake, p 24, 32
Newman Ralph,, 1889, brother of Robert Lydston, p 140
Newman Ralph Alured,, 1939, port wine shipper firms partner, p 59, 174, 177, 186
Newman Ralph de Denne,, d: November 1896, stain glass window memorium in church, p 161
Newman Richard, Dartmouth, 1607-1679, merchant, p 58
Newman Richard,, 1810, patron of the Rectory of, p 22
Newman Rev. Richard,, 1834, Rector of, p 22, 89, 90
Newman Robert, Dartmouth, 1676- 1739, merchant, p 58, 60
Newman Robert,, 1704-1774,, p 58
Newman Mr. R.,, 1913, played part of Mr. Nicholas Newman of Southtown, p 180
Newman Robert Lydston,, 1865-1937, patron of the Rectory of, p 22, 126, 127, 129-131, 136, 137, 140-142, 144, 145, 148, 149, 155, 156, 162, 163, 165-167, 169-172, 175, 176, 186, 187, 190, 191, 196, 201, 204, 210
Newman Mrs. R. L.,, 1907, bazaar stallholder, p 163, 165, 169, 184, 189, 190
Newman Sir Robert Lydston, Mamhead Park, 1822-1854, son of Sir Robert William, p 101-108
Newman Sir Robert William, Mamhead, 1776-1848, patron of the Rectory of, p 22, 72-74, 78, 80, 81, 83, 86, 89, 90, 101, 133
Newman Thomas, Dartmouth, 15 century, merchant, p 57
Newman Thomas, Dartmouth, 1666, merchant, p 60
Newman Thomas, Oporto Portugal, b: 1740, brother of Lydston husband of Sarah Page, p 58, 72
Newman Thomas,, 1785-1866, patron of the Rectory of, p 22, 81, 86, 89, 101, 112, 116, 118, 119, 121-123
Newman Thomas, Sydenham, 1937, author of this history and son of Robert Lydston Newman, p 22, 59, 64, 150, 160, 177, 204
Newman Thomas Holdsworth,, 1825-1894, patron of the Rectory of, p 22, 65, 73, 89, 97, 101-103, 108, 109, 114, 118, 119, 122-125, 128-134, 139-141, 146-148, 210
Newman Mrs. T. H.,, 1896, property owner, p 159
Newman Rev. William Symons,, 1853, Rector of, p 22, 89, 90, 116, 134
Newman William, Dartmouth, 15 century, merchant, p 57
Newman Wyndham, Hockworthy House Devon, 20 century, property owner in Newfoundland, p 59
Newton John Gubbins, Cobham, 1843, took over house, p 130
Noble Heathby,, 1908, member of shooting party, p 172
Norman Alfred, Plymouth, 1885, architect, p 128
Northcott John,, 1814, tramp or vagabond, p 75
Northey John,, 1814, received payment for lime, p 67, 68, 74
Nosworthy Math,, circa 1808, will witness, p 48
Orchard Charles,, 1724, Rector of, p 22
Osborn, Exeter, circa 1100, 2nd Bishop of, p 14
Ouless Miss. E.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Oxeham, p 180
Owen Miss,, 1920, house servant, p 204
Page Sarah, Oporto Portugal, m:1774, wife of Thomas Newman, p 58, 72
Paige Misses,, 1907, ran lucky dip at bazaar, p 164
Paige Mrs.,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164
Palmer James,, 1857, miner at Coryton mine, p 110
Parr(e) Thomas,, 1612, Rector of, p 21
Pearce John, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Pengelly John,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Pengelly Misses,, 1907, bazaar stallholders, p 164
Penny Wilfred,, 1914-1918, 2nd Devons, p 186
Perkin Misses,, 1907, bazaar stallholders, p 164
Perkin Mr.,, 1918, local farmer, p 135, 195
Perkin Leslie Seth,, 1914-1918, Royal North Devon Hussars, p 187
Perkins William,, 1857, miner at Coryton mine, p 110
Perry William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Petherick H. R.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Petherick Mr.,, 1917, worked the slate quarry, p 126
Petherick Nathaniel,, 1806, paid Homage, p 49-51, 65, 66, 68
Phillips Mr, Lamerton, circa 1840, Lamerton hunt, p 154
Pidgeon Samuel,, 1914-1918, Royal North Devon Hussars, p 187
Pinsent F. W. H., Plymouth, 1917, Inland Revenue employee, p 191
Price Rev. Rees, Lamerton, 1809, Vicar of, p 48
Pryce Rees,, 1791, Rector of, p 22
Quick Abraham, Lamerton, circa 1840, whip, p 154
Rackham Thomas,, 16 century, Rector of, p 21
Radcliffe Rev. C. E., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Radford Daniel, Cobham, 19 century, owned house, p 130
Radford Mr. T.,, 1907, ran shooting range at bazaar, p 164, 165, 171
Raymont James,, 1856, Smith working at Coryton mine, p 111
Reddacliffe John,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Reddicliffe John,, 1857, contract at Coryton mine, p 110
Reed Charles,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Reed Mr.,, 1899, coachman and estate tenant, p 149
Reynolds Thomas,, 1788, coroner, p 53, 54
Rice G. W.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Rice Mr. J. S. H.,, 1919, present at parish meeting, p 159
Rice Mrs.,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164, 178, 203
Rice Rev. John,, 1778, Rector of, p 22, 44
Rich Mrs.,, 1907, tea helper at bazaar, p 164
Richards Captain James, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Risdon Henry,, 1694, Rector of, p 21, 33, 44
Robertson Major Despencer, Sydenham, 20 century, owner of Manor of, p 28
Rodd Major E. F., Lamerton, 1928, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Rodd Mrs., Trebatha Hall, 1914, stallholder, p 184
Rolle Hon. Mark,, 1859, bought foxhounds, p 154
Rogers C.,, 1905, member of shooting party, p 171
Rowe family,, circa 1576, story of, p 23
Rowe Catherine,, circa 1809, £1 19s. 2d. heriot owed, p 18
Rowe Mary,, circa 1809, £1 19s. 2d. heriot owed, p 18
Rowe Mary Anne,, circa 1576, wife of Nathaniel, p 23, 26
Rowe Miss,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Rowe Mrs. Philip,, 1907, gypsy fortune teller at bazaar, p 164
Rowe Nathaniel,, circa 1576, husband of Mary Anne, p 23-26
Rowe Mr. Nicholas,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Rowe Thomas,, 1611, seaman buried in, p 23-27
Rowe Thomas,, circa 1809, £1 19s. 2d. heriot owed, p 18, 23, 50, 51, 65, 67, 68
Rundle Bernard,, 1914-1918, 4th Devons, p 187
Rundle George,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber and original parish councillor, p 150, 158
Rundle J., Bridestowe, 1880, wrote letter to the new vicar, p 89, 90
Rundle S.,, 1871, manager of school, p 133
Russell Arthur, Devon, 1860, MP and subscriber, p 121
Ryder Archie,, 1906, member of shooting party, p 171, 172
Sanders Bert,, 1914-1918, Royal Marine Light Infantry, p 187
Sanders John Mark,, circa 1918, awarded Military Medal, p 185, 187
Savile Albany Bouchier,, 1814, wrote letter, p 75, 76, 130
Searle Thomas,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150, 166
Seth Harry,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Seth John,,, farmer, p 208
Seth Nathanial,,, son of John, p 208-211
Scawen Ralph,, 14 century, Rector of, p 21
Shelley Rev. F. S., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Simms Venerable A. H., Totnes, 1913, Archdeacon of, p 180
Simmons Henry,, 1815, rented slate quarry, p 68
Skewys Randolph de,, 1349, Rector of, p 21
Kenyon-Slaney Mr. P.,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Sleeman Richard, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Smith John B., Tavistock, 1818, wrote letter to Lydston Newman, p 69
Smyth John,, 1462, Rector of, p 21
Smyth Roger, Tavistock, 1448, Tavistock meadow owner, p 17
Soby John,, 1866, tenant farmer, p 123
Sobey Mr. S.,, 1919, present at parish meeting, p 159
Soper John, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Spaldyng William,, 1526, Rector of, p 21
Spencer Rev. E., Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Sperling Mr. H. M., Lamerton, 1889, member of shooting party and Master of Foxhounds, p 130, 131, 142, 154, 164, 171, 172
Sperling Mrs.,, 1907, contributed to bazaar, p 163
Spry Rev. John Teasdale, Maristow, 1771, Rector of, p 22, 48
Spry Mr. T. H., Lamerton, 1906, Master of Foxhounds, p 155
Squire John,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150, 160
Squire Mr.,, 20th century, farmer, p 157
Stacey Captain,, 1892, member of shooting party, p 142
Stanlake Richard,, 1811, paid Homage, p 66, 67
Stenlake Richard,, 1806, paid Homage, p 49
Stert James,, 17 century, owed a herriott or farleife, p 40, 41
Stert Robert,, 17 century, owed a herriott or ferleife, p 40
Stert Thomas,, 1663, leased six closes of land, p 39-42
Stert Thomas, of Allaford,, father of above Thomas, p 41
Stert Thomas the elder, Marystowe, father and grandfather of above two Thomas's, p 41
Strepa John,, 1382, Rector of, p16, 21
Strepa Reginald, Tavistock, 1385, churchwarden, p 16
Stroud Mr,, 19 century, architect, p 90
de Sydenham family, Sydenham, circa 1100 until circa 1270, Norman family, p 14
Symonds Captain,, 17 century, the Royalist and diarist, p 33, 34
Symonds Charlie,, 1891, member of shooting party, p 141, 171
Symonds Rev. George Davy,, 1880, Rector of, p 22, 89, 128, 150, 158, 162
Symonds Major George,,, son of Rev G. D., p 38
Symonds Mr. Geo.,, 1890, member of shooting party, p 131
Symonds Miss,, circa 1900, sister of the local brewer, p 85, 129
Symonds Mr. Vivian,, 1889, member of shooting party and original parish councillor, p 130, 150, 158, 171
Symons Mr.,, 1894, of Eastcott Farm, p 158
Symons Mrs.,, circa 1930s, runs village post office, p 85
Symons Mr. C. W.,, 1897, proposed a rate, p 159
Symons E. M.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Symons Mr. T.,, 1896, seconded road resolution, p 159
Symons T.,, 1871, manager of school, p 133
Symons Thomas,, 1866, tenant farmer, p 123
Symons Thomas Martyn,, d: 27 December 1905, wedding gift subscriber and churchwarden, p 150, 163
Symons Mr. W. C.,, 1896, proposed road resolution, p 159
Symons W.,, 1871, manager of the school, p 133
Tanner Mrs.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Horner of Mells, p 179, 183
Tanner Rev. T. C.,, 1913, played part of Thomas Tanner, p 180, 183
Terrell Henry, Devon, 1860, subscriber, p 121
Thompson Miss,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Thompson Miss D.,, 1913, played part of Mistress Harris of Hayne, p 179
Toll John, Beerferrers,1839, land owner, p 132
Toll R. H., Yokohama Japan, 1881, sold land, p 132
Tony Sir Simon, Tavistock, 1385, vicar of, p16
Took Charles Henry,, 1914-1918, Royal Navy, p 187
Trant Joseph,,d: 16 July 1911, wedding gift subscriber and original parish councillor, p 150, 158, 179
Trant Ralph,, 1918, farmer, p 194
Trant William Frederick H.,, 1914-1918, Royal Artillery, p 187
Trebble Samuel, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Tredinnick M. A.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Trelawney Sir John, Devon, 1860, MP and subscriber, p 121
Tremayne family, Collocombe in Lamerton, 15 century, Lords of the Manor of, p 16, 17, 28, 30, 31, 43
Tremayne Hon. Mrs., of Sydenham, circa 1906,, p 29, 141, 151, 156, 163, 169, 175
Tremayne Captain A.,, 1913, played part of Mr Digory Tremayne of Collocombe, p 180
Tremayne Andrew,, circa 1550, twin brother of Nicholas, p 31
Tremayne Arthur, Sydenham, 17 century, son of Edmund Arthur married a Tynte of Somerset, p 43
Tremayne Arthur, Sydenham, 17 century, married an Hammond of Wiltshire, p 43
Tremayne Arthur, Sydenham, b:1735 d:1808, his executors sold Manor, p 17, 20, 21, 22, 28, 31, 43, 45, 47, 49, 50, 53-57, 63, 64, 130, 158, 159
Tremayne Edmund Arthur, Sydenham, 17 century, married Arabella Wise, p 30, 32, 43
Tremayne Edward,, 16 century, one of Thomas/Phillippa's sons, p 32
Tremayne Rev. Hawkins, Heligan Cornwall, 1808, inherited manor of Sydenham, p 43
Tremayne John, Sydenham,, discovered secret staircase, p 30
Tremayne Mary, Sydenham,, Squire's wife, p 210
Tremayne Misses,, 1907, contributed to bazaar, p 163, 184
Tremayne Nicholas, Collocombe, 1365-1445, husband of Joan Dodscombe, p 17
Tremayne Nicholas,, d:1563, twin brother of Andrew, p 31
Tremayne Onera,, 1913, played part of Queen Elizabeth I, p 179, 180
Tremayne Thomas, Collocombe, 1405-1481, son of Nicholas and a Tavistock MP, p 17
Tremayne Thomas, Collocombe, 16 century, husband of Phillippa had 16 children, p 31
Trenchard Isabella, Collocombe, early 14 century, married Thomas Tremayne, p 31
Trenchard Richard,, 1309, Rector of, p 21
Tritton Miss,, 1913, played part of Mistress Buller of Shillingham, p 179
Turner Thomas James,, 1914-1918, 6th Royal Munster Fusiliers, p 187
Tynte Sir Hasewell, Somerset, 17 century, daughter married Arthur Tremayne, p 43
Underhay Jane,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Uscombe Mr,, 1867, first station master at, p 122
Vivian (RN) Lieut. P.,, 1914, played part of Mr. Edmund Tremayne, p 183
Voysey Daniel,, 1857, miner at Coryton Mine, p 110, 112
Vyvyan Richard,, 1777, Rector of, p 22
Wallis Aubrey,, 1909, member of shooting party, p 172
Walrond George, Bradfield, 17 century, Captain of Horse for King Charles 1, p 19
Walter family,, circa 1860, family details, p 142-144
Walters Alfred James,, 1914-1918, Canadian Field Artillery, p 187
Walters Florence,,1906, resigned as assistant schoolmistress in, p 163
Walter George,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber and original parish councillor, p 150, 158, 159
Walter Launcelot,, 1806, paid homage, p 49, 51, 66, 67, 101, 123
Walter Peter,, 1806, paid homage, p 49, 50, 65, 66, 67
Walter Robert,, 1814, masons work, p 67
Walter William,, 1809, inhabitant of Manor Cottage, p 20
Walters Jane,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Walters Mary Ann,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Walters Mrs.,, 1913, played part of Lady Essex, p 179, 184
Walters Rev. C. B.,, 1914, played part of Rev. Robert Herrick, p 183
Walters Richard,, 1856, working at Coryton mine, p 111
Walters Robert,, 1866, cottage tenant, p 123, 150
Walters William,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Ward Daniel,, circa 1809, tenant of Knowle Farm, p 18, 49, 65
Ward Mr. F.,, 1918, witness, p 195
Warelwast William, Exeter, 1107, became Bishop of in, p 14
Warren Frank,, 1709, Warden name on church bell, p 33
Warren Henry,, 1895, one of the original parish councillors, p 158
Warren W. H.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Week William, Bradstone, 1788, cider maker, p 53
Weekes Misses, Willestrew, 1907, bazaar stallholders, p 163
Westaway Mrs.,, 1881, schoolmistress, p 129, 134-136, 139, 149, 163, 203
Westaway S.,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
White Godfrey,, 1908, member of shooting party, p 172
Willesford Francis, Tavistock, 1839, land owner, p 132
Willesford Rev. Richard V.,, 1795-1834, Rector of, p 18, 22, 44, 45, 48, 65
Williams Harcourt,, 1908, member of shooting party, p 172
Williams J. C.,, 1898, member of shooting party, p 145, 171, 172
Williams Rev. William,, 1664, Rector of, p 21, 44
Williams William, Thruselton, 1788, juror, p 55
Wingfield Mr.,, 1914, masque performer, p 183
Wise [Wyse] family, Sydenham, 15 century, Lords of the Manor of, p 16, 17, 28, 29, 30
Wise Sir Edward, and Sydenham, 16 century, took over manor of, p 28, 30, 31, 39, 40-43, 182
Wise Sir Thomas, and Sydenham, circa 1550, bought manor of, p 28
Woollocombe Mr. F.,, 1913, played part of Mr John Woollocombe, p 180
Woollocombe Rev. J. B., Lifton Park, circa 1840, author, p 101, 108, 129, 154
Wonnacott John,, 1899, wedding gift subscriber, p 150
Wood Gabriell,, d:1615, steward of the Wises, p 29
Wyse Alice, Tavistock, 15 century, daughter of John and Thomasia and mother of John Russell [1st Earl of Bedford], p 17
Wyse John, of Sydenham, 1430, escheator of Devon and Cornwall, p 16
Wyse John, Tavistock, 15 century, son of Thomas, p 17
Wyse Thomas, Tavistock, 1400-1474, son and heir of John and a MP for, p 16
Wyse Thomas,, 1664, patron of the Rectory of, p 21
Young Sir George John,, 22 October 1854, younger brother of Sir William Norris also killed in Crimea, p 109
Young Helen [Mrs. T. Newman],,circa 1930's, authors wife, p 109, 160
Young Sir William Norris,,20 September 1854, killed in Crimea, p 109