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Name Index

To

Dawlish Parish Church

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 45, (1913) pp. 368-376.

by

Flora Jordan

Prepared by Michael Steer

The earliest settlement at Dawlish grew up almost a mile away from the coast, around the area where the parish church is today. The land that includes present-day Dawlish was granted by Edward the Confessor to Leofric, later the first Bishop of Exeter, in 1044. After the Norman Conquest, Leofric gave the land to the Diocese of Exeter, which held it until it was sold, in 1802. The charter explaining this donation is in the archives of Exeter Cathedral and is well preserved. Much of it was written in Latin, although the boundaries of the land donated were given in English (Anglo-Saxon). This is the oldest record of Dawlish in history. The parish church of St Gregory has a mediaeval tower, the rest of the church was rebuilt in 1824 by Andrew Pateym with alterations of 1873-5. 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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Andrew, Sir John 371
Bauchan, Stephen 373
Baucombe, Sir Alan de 369
Beauforest, Sir Thomas de 371
Brantyngham, Bishop Thomas 370, 375, 376
Brokelonde, William de 371
Bronescombe, Bishop 369
Burleghe, Sir Thomas de 371
Capellanus, W 371
Caynok, John (also Caynoke) 370-1, 376
Chiterwille, Sir Walter 372
Clement, Sir, the farmer 369, 373
Coombe, Sir Hugh de 371
Davidson, Mr 368
Fayrforde, Thomas 372
Frensshe, Sir John 372
Furnell, Philip 369, 372-3
Geres, John de 373
Gilbarde, Sir Robert 371
Grandisson, Bishop 370
Grey, John de 373
Grey, William de 373
Heghes, Sir William de 371
Henry I 369
Henry II 369
Henry III 369, 372-3
Hingeston-Randolph, Prebendary 368, 372
Jordan, Mr Robert 369
Kilkenny, William de 373
Luttetone, Sir Robert 371
Maltone, Sir David 371
Milles, Jeremiah 369
Milo, Master (also Sir) 370-1
Moulisshe, Sir John 370
Muntfitchet, Richard de 373
Nicholas IV 369
Page, Master Robert 371
Payewel, Sir John 371
Pugeys, Imberto 373
Robert 371
Rocheford, Groydone de 373
Roger, vicar of Kenton 375
Sancto Jacobo, John de 369, 371, 373
Sarger, Sir John 372
Skynnere, William 375
Snetesham, Sir Jocelin de 371
Weneham, Henry de 373
Wydescombe, Sir Thomas de 371