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Name Index

To

The birthplace of Sir Walter Ralegh

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 21 (1889), map, illus. pp. 312-330.

by

T.N. Brushfield

Prepared by Michael Steer

Dr Brushfield's lavishly illustrated paper focuses on the minor controversy surrounding Sir Walter's birthplace and describes the house at Hayes in detail. It is a typical Devon farmhouse of the 14-1500's, built in 1484, or possibly earlier, and is constructed using cob walls on a stone foundation. Sir Walter Raleigh's father was tenant there and a Church Warden at East Budleigh where the family crest on the bench end and his step-mother's tomb can still be seen. In those days, there was a busy harbour in the valley where doubtless Walter spent many hours listening to sailors' tales. 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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A  
Akerman 328
Ashenden, Mr P 323
Aubrey, John 315-6
B  
Ballard 316, 321
Barnes, Mr 328
Blackstone, Sir W 327
Bosworth 327
Bowring, Sir J 328
Bronescombe, Bishop 328
C  
Columbus 325
Conant, Rev John DD 322
Condy, Mr 314
Cope, Rev Sir W 328
D  
Drake, Joan 313
Duke, Cicely 326
Duke family 316-8, 320-1, 326-7
Duke, John 326
Duke Mr 315-6, 319
Duke, Richard 318, 326
Duke, Thomas 326
E  
Edward I 313
Edwards, E 313-4, 316, 318-20, 322, 324, 327
Evans, Rev A B 329
Ecans, Sebastian 329
F  
Fitzherbert 328
G  
Glubb, Miss 317-8
Glubb, Rev John 318
Glubb, Rev Peter 318
Grandisson, Bishop John 330
Grosart, Dr 321
H  
Hall 321
Halliwell 322, 327, 330
Hele, Walter 314
Hennessey, Sir J Pope 321-2
Hingeston-Randolph, Rev F C 328
Holland, J 327
Hutchinson, Mr P O 326
I  
Izacke, Richard 313
J  
Jacob 329
James I 312
Jennings 314
Johnson, Dr 327
K  
Kennett, Bishop 328-9
Kingsley, Charles 325-6
L  
Latham 327
Leicester, Earl of 320
Lipscomb, Mr R H 324, 329
M  
Markham, Gervase 324
Marshall, W 329
Millais, Sir J 326
Moore, Rev T 313-4
Murray, Dr 328
N  
Newton, Joanna 313
Newton, William 313
Nichols, J G 320
Nicholson, Mr E B 316
O  
O'Flanigan 321
Oliver, Dr 318, 328
P  
Pearse, Mr Thomas 313
Pengelly, Mr 321
Penny, Mr 324
Pode, J D Esq 313
Poer, Bartholomew le 326
Poer, Cicely le 326
Poer, le- family 326-7
Poer, Roger 326
Pole, Sir William 314, 326, 328
Polwhele 317-8, 321
Prideaux, Mr 316, 319
R  
Ralegh, Carew 314
Ralegh family 313
Ralegh, Joan 313
Ralegh, Joanna 313
Ralegh, John 313
Ralegh, Sir Walter throughout
Robinson, F K 327
Rolle, Denys Esq 318
Rolle family 327
S  
Shelly, Mr John 329
Shirley, John 315
Skeat, Professor 328
Sprinte, Mr 319-20
Square, William Esq 317
T  
Taylor, Rev I 327-8
V  
Vivian, Colonel 326
W  
Westcote 327
White, W 325
Winstanley, William 315
Wood, Anthonie A 315-6
Y  
Yonge, Samuel 314