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Name Index

To

Twenty-Sixth Report of the Committee on Devonshire Folklore

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 49, (1917) pp. 69-78.

by

Lady Radford

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Devonshire Association is a non profit-making body, founded in 1862 and dedicated to the study and appreciation of all things Devonian. It is the only society concerned with every aspect of the county and is the only one of its kind in Britain. The organization consists of an Executive Committee; eight regional branches - Axe Valley, Bideford, East Devon, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Okehampton, Plymouth and Tavistock; and eight specialist sections; of these, Folklore was one for many years. 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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Amery, Mr John 69
Baring-Gould, Rev S 69
Burgess, William 75
Carew 72
Cary, Mountjoy 72
Chichester, Sir Arthur 73-4
Chichester family 72
Chichester, Sir John 74
Chope, Mr W Pearse 69, 75-6
Chugg, William 74
Cooke, Mr J W 74
Dendle, George 74
Doe, Mr George M 69, 76
Elizabeth I 71-2
Gidley, Dr G G, MRCS 69-71
Harington, Sir John 73
Harold 72
Henri IV 72
Hofer 72
James I 73
James II 72
Kosciusko 72
Larter, Miss C E 77-8
Leicester, Earl of 73
Lovering, Ezekiel 74-5
Neck, Mr J S 69
O'Donnell, Rory 73
O'Niall, Hugh 71-3
Philip, King 73-4
Radford, E L 74
Radford, Lady 69
Saunders, Miss Helen 77
Troup, Mrs 69
Tyrone, Earl of 71-4
Victoria, Queen 74
Whitley, H M 75
Woodhouse, Mr H B S 69