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Devon Genealogies - C

Cabell

See Buckfastleigh.

Cadbury

Lane, John. The Cadbury family in Devon, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11, 1920-21, pp. 365-6. [16-19th c.]
See also Uffculme.

Caddell

See Totnes.

Cadetrew

See Widecombe in the Moor.

Cantilupe

See Broadhempston.

Carder

Hartley, Jim. Searching for the Argus, Devon Family Historian, vol. 165, (2018) p.46. [Samuel Carder, mate on board Argus]

Carew

Vivian, J.L. Pedigreee of the Pole-Carew family of Devon, reprinted from the visitation of the county of Devon, with additions and corrections. Exeter: W. Pollard, 1892.
See also Haccombe, Luppitt and Tiverton.

Carr

See Parracombe.

Carrington

See Shaugh Prior.

Carwithen

See Ashprington.

Cary

Harrison, F. The Devon Carys. 2 vols. New York: De Vinne Press (1920) pp. xiv. viii. 715. [BL 9907.de.21.]
Watkin, Hugh R. The house of Stuart and the Cary family, James II & Torre Abbey. Exeter: James G.Commin (1920) 46p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/CAR]
See also Clovelly, Cockington, Tormoham, and Totnes.

Caryl

See Brampford Speke.

Caunter

See Ashburton, and Widecombe in the Moor.

Cawsey

See Barnstaple.

Cavendish

Bickley, F.L. The Cavendish family. London: Constable (1911) 326p, 8 of pls. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CAV]
Kennet, White. A Sermon Preached at the funeral of ... William, Duke of Devonshire ... With some Memoirs of the Family of Cavendish, London, J. Churchill (1708) 208 pp.

Chafe

See Exeter, and St Giles in the Wood.

Chalk

See Plymouth.

Chamberlain

See Exeter Heavitree.

Champernowne

Champernowne, C.E. The Champernowne family. Typescript (1954) 316p, ixp, 9plates. [Champernowne Family] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CHA]
Williams, James Frederic. A short summary of Champernowne family records. Typescript (1931) 41 leaves, plate: ill. [Champernowne Family] [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/CHA]
Williams, James Frederic. A short summary of Champernowne family records: Part 1 AD 1066 to 1545. [London]:[Philip Champernowne] (19--) 20, [5]p. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/CHA]
Abstracts of some ancient deeds and other documents relating to the family of Champernoun of the county of Devon, Family History 1, 1962, pp. 31-3.
See also Atherington and Clyst St George.

Chance

See Great Torrington.

Channon

See Exeter.

Chapin

See Paignton.

Chapple

See Cornwood and Tormoham.

Chappyngton

See South Molton.

Chave

Monday, A.J. Devonshire surnames: Chave, Western Antiquary 3, 1884, p. 8.

Chedderleigh

See Bickleigh (Nr Tiverton).

Cheney

Prideaux, F.B. Cheneys in Devon, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 15, 1928-9, pp. 55-7. [Medieval]
See also Upottery.

Cheriton

Christie, Peter. The true story of the North Devon savages: Trans. Devon. Assoc. 124, 1992, pp. 59-85. [18th c.]
See also Nymet Rowland.

Cheverstone

See Kenton.

Chichester

Chichester, A.P.B. History of the family of Chichester from AD 1086-1870. Barnstaple: The Author (1871) viii, 174p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CHI]
Drake, Sir William Richard. Notes genealogical, historical and heraldic of the family of Chichester, of Youlston, Hall, and Arlington, Co. London: [Metchim & Son] (1886) pp.227-391: col. ill., geneal. table.
See also Arlington, Calverleigh, Shirwell, and Widworthy.

Chick

See Honiton.

Ching

See West Woolfardisworthy.

Chiswell

Chiswell, Ann. History of the Chiswell surname, Devon Family Historian 1, 1977, pp. 15-18.

Cholwich

See Blackawton and Halwell.

Christmas

See Bideford.

Chudleigh

Somaster, Sam. An account of some noble families in Devonshire, and Members of Parliament in the year 1640, Western Antiquary 1, 1881, pp. 56-57, 66-67, 69, 80, 82, 96-97, & 108-9. See also p. 162.
See also Ashton, Chudleigh, and Harford.

Churchill

Chope, R Pearse. The Churchill Family. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11, (1920-21) pp.51-52. [Index]
Ellicott, William M. Families of Churchill, Croker, Fox, Coplestone, Bonvile, Ellicott, etc., of Devonshire, England, and some of their descendants in America. . . Baltimore: [ ], 1931. Reprinted from the Maryland Historical Magazine 26, (1931) 19p, pls: ill. [Medieval -18th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELL]
Fox, Charles Henry. A short genealogical account of some of the various families of Fox in the West of England, to which is appended a pedigree of the Crokers of Lineham, and also sketches of the families of Churchill, Yeo, Pollard, Coplestone, Strode, Fortescue and Bonvile. Bristol: T. Kerslake & Co., 1864. [Raymond: With folded pedigrees, 17-19th c.]
Snell, Elizabeth. The Churchills: pioneers and politicians, England-America-Canada. Tiverton: Westcountry Books (1994) viii, 228p, plts:ill, ports. [ISBN 1898386056] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CHU]

Clapp

Clapp, John. In search of adventure: a family history of Clapps from Devon. Brighton, Australia: the Author, 1984.
Cornish, Vaughan. Kestell, Clapp and Cornish: records of home life and travel. London: Sifton Praed (1947) 145p, 9 of pls; ports. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COR]

Clarke

See Yarnscombe.

Clayfield-Ireland

See Sandford.

Cleaveland

See Honiton.

Cleaver

Fitchett, Pauline. My dear brother: a family history: Humphrey, Delves, Cleaver. Johnsonville, NZ: P.Fitchett (1990) 140p: ill, maps [ISBN 0473007762] [Raymond: Cleaver Family of Devon] [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/CLE]

Cleeve

See Kentisbeare.

Clifford

Clifford, Hugh. The house of Clifford from before the conquest. Chichester: Phillimore (1987) xv, 320p: ill. [ISBN 0850336341] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CLI]
Oliver, George. Notes on the family of Clifford. Manuscript [1840?].. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/CLI]
See also Chudleigh.

Coade

See Tiverton.

Cobbledick

See Wembury.

Cobley

Chanter, J.F. Uncle Tom Cobley, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11, 1920, pp. 7-9, 70, & 164.
See also Chittlehampton, and Mortehoe.

Cockington

Benson, J. Cockington and Cokematon, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 22 (15), 1945, pp. 273-4.

Cockram

See Cullompton.

Cocks

Somers Cocks, J.V. A history of the Cocks family. 4 parts, Teignmouth: Brunswick Press, 1966-7. 4 v. geneal. charts (part. fold.) [Raymond: 17-18th c. with wills etc.]

Code

Early Movements of the Devon Codes - from the Coad/Code Family Blog.

Codner

See also Berry Pomeroy.

Coffin

Brown. John Coffin Jones. The name and armorial bearings of the Coffin family, New England Hist. & Gen. Reg. 35, 1881, pp. 376-81. 13-17th c. [Raymond: Of Alwington, Devon.]
Johnson, Mary Coffin. Charles F. Coffin: a quaker pioneer. Indiana: Nicholson Printing (1923) 213, xip: ill. [Coffin Family 1560-1923] [Westcountry Studies Library]
Pine-Coffin, Susan, (Ed.). The Coffin Letters, Bideford, Lazarus Press (Edward Gaskell Publishers) (2003) 352 pp. [ISBN: 1-898546-47-9]
Rowe, J.Y. Some Rowe-Pine-Coffin connections. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30 (1), 1965, pp. 15-18. [Raymond: Of Cheshire, Leicestershire, and Devon; mainly medieval.]
See also Brixton.

Coke

See Ottery St Mary.

Cokematon

Benson, J. Cockington and Cokematon, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 22 (15), 1945, pp. 273-4.

Colby

Colby, F.T. Pedigrees of five Devonshire families: Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson. Exeter: W. Pollard (1884) 40p. Appendices, additions and corrections published 1885 and 1894. 40p. [BL 9904.m.5.]
See Great Torrington, and Woodland.

Cole

Cole, J. E. The genealogy of the family of Cole: of the county of Devon, and of those of its branches which settled in Suffolk, Hampshire, Surrey, Lincolnshire, and Ireland, London : printed for private circulation by John Russell Smith (1867) 63 pp. [New York Public Library] [Index]
See also Ashreigney, and North Molton.

Coleridge

Coleridge, Lord. The Story of a Devonshire House. London: T. Fisher Unwin, (1905) 329 pp., 36 leaves of plates: ill., folded geneal. table. [Online text]

Collier

See Buckland Monachorum.

Conibere

Conibere, Jonathan. The Coniberes - A Study of a Westcountry Family (2nd ed.), CD-ROM, Jonathan Conibere, 2 Lawn Meadow, Ruishton, Taunton, (2005?).

Conybeare

See South Molton, and Swimbridge.

Cook

Hobbs, K. Margaret. The family Cook book, Typescript (1994) [108] leaves: ill, map. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/COO]
See also Halberton, and Tiverton.

Cooke

See Hartland.

Coplestone

Colby, F.T. Pedigrees of five Devonshire families: Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson. Exeter: W. Pollard (1884) 40p. Appendices, additions and corrections published 1885 and 1894. 40p. [BL 9904.m.5.]
Ellicott, William M. Families of Churchill, Croker, Fox, Coplestone, Bonvile, Ellicott, etc., of Devonshire, England, and some of their descendants in America. . . Baltimore: [ ], 1931. Reprinted from the Maryland Historical Magazine 26, (1931) 19p, pls: ill. [Medieval -18th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELL]
Fox, Charles Henry. A short genealogical account of some of the various families of Fox in the West of England, to which is appended a pedigree of the Crokers of Lineham, and also sketches of the families of Churchill, Yeo, Pollard, Coplestone, Strode, Fortescue and Bonvile. Bristol: T. Kerslake & Co., (1864) 24p: ill, tables. [Raymond: With folded pedigrees, 17-19th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/FOX]
Coplestone Family Newsletter. Organ of the Coplestone Family History Society, London: the Society, London, M. Reson (1979-86). 2 vols.
See also Colebrooke, Great Torrington,Horwood, Offwell, and Woodland.

Corber

Shepheard, Wayne. Experiences of an Online Parish Clerk: Henry Corber Case Study, Devon Family Historian, vol. 164, (2017) pp.34-37. [Henry Corber, base child of Elizabeth Corber and John Shepherd (of Cornwood)]

Cornish

Cornish, Vaughan. A family of Devon: their homes, travels and occupations. St. Leonards: King Bros, & Potts, (1942) 56p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/COR]
Cornish, Vaughan. Kestell, Clapp and Cornish: records of home life and travel. London: Sifton Praed (1947) 145p, 9 of pls; ports. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COR]
See also Thurlestone.

Cornish-Bowden

See Wolborough.

Cornyshe

Du Boulay, James J. Houssemayne. A pedigree of the family of Cornyshe. Manuscript (19--). Westcountry Studies Library Notes Transcr. (by Rowe?) from work publ. Winchester, (1903). [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COR]

Coster

Hamilton-Edwards, Gerald Kenneth Savery. Pedigree of the family of Coster of London, Witheridge, Devon, and of New Zealand. [Plymouth?]: [the author?], 1944. [BL 1856.g.6.(62.) ]

Cottell

Cottell, W. H. A history of the Cotel, Cottell, or Cottle family, of the counties of Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, and Wilts, compiled from county histories, heralds' visitations, public records, wills, etc., London, Taylor and Co. (1871) 23 pp. [New York Public Library]
Cotell, William Henry. Pedigree of the family of Cotell, Cotele, Cottell, or Cottle of the counties of Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, and Wilts. London: Mitchell & Hughes, [1891] [BL 1856.d.1.(74.) ]

Courtenay

Cherry, M. The Courtenay Earls of Devon: the formation and disintegration of a late aristocratic affinity, Southern History 1, 1979, pp. 71-97.
Cleveland, E.A. A Genealogical History of the Noble & Illustrious Family of Courtenay, Exeter, (1735).
Courtenay, Lady. Courtenay Family Armorial, Bernard Quaritch (1996). [Devon FHS Library 929.2/COU]
Durant, Horatio. Sorrowful captives: the Tudor Earls of Devon. Pontypool: Griffin Press, (1960) pp. 133. [BL 09196.a.]
Imbert-Terry, H.M. The Royal Courtenays, in Snell, F.J. Memorials of Old Devonshire. London: Bemrose & Sons, 1904, pp. 34-62.
Nicolas, Sir H. Report of the Proceedings on the Claim to the Earldom of Devon In the House of Lords. With Notes, and an Appendix containing Copies of Patents, and Cases Illustrative of the claim, London : J. & W.T.Clarke (1832) xiii + 199 pp. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COU] [Index]
Oliver, George, & Jones, Pitman. Genealogy of the family of Courtenay, Barons of Okehampton and Earls of Devon. Archaeological Journal 10, 1853, p. 53(f). [Folded pedigree.]
Ruspini, Frank Orde. The family of Courtenay, Earls of Devon, Reliquary 17, 1876-7, pp. 17-22, 97-104, 135-40 & 213-4.
Tracy, John. Extracts from a short memoir critically illustrating the histories of the noble families of Tracy and Courtenay ... 1796. Manuscript [1930?] 1 vol. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/TRA]
De origine et stirpe domus de Courtenay quae coepit a Ludouico Crasso huius nominis sexto Francorum rege sermocinatio. [Paris]: [s.n.] (1606) [2], 164p. [Courtenay Family] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COU]
House of Courtenay: ms. history - ca.1815. Bound by E.Riley & Son [1815] 40p. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COU]
See also Ashton, Exeter, Exeter Cathedral, Haccombe, Heanton Punchardon, North Bovey, Powderham, Topsham, Torquay St Marychurch, and Walkhampton.

Cove

See Kingsbridge.

Cowes

See Stokeinteignhead.

Cox

C[ox]-W[arburton], A.F. Cox families of the West of England, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 22 (18), 1942-6, pp. 327-8. [Raymond: Of Devon, Dorset and Somerset.]
See also Ilsington.
See also Colyton, Farway, Ilsington and Plymouth.

Coxe

See Colyton.

Crabb

See Withycombe Raleigh.

Creber

See Walkhampton.

Cree

Cree, G.H. The Cree family of Fife and Devon. Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 19. [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/CRE Barnstaple] [Raymond: Includes pedigrees, 17-20th c.]

Crewes

See Cruwys Morchard.

Crocker

Brady, Eileen Francis. My Crocker ancestors: the story of a north Devon family, Bournemouth, E.F. Brady (1995) [2], 187p: ill, maps. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/CRO]
Hayward, R.H.J. The Crocker and Hayward family tree dated 22nd April 1991. Wellington: The Author (1991) 24 leaves of tables. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/HAY]

Croker

Ellicott, William M. Families of Churchill, Croker, Fox, Coplestone, Bonvile, Ellicott, etc., of Devonshire, England, and some of their descendants in America. . . Baltimore: [ ], 1931. Reprinted from the Maryland Historical Magazine 26, (1931) 19p, pls: ill. [Medieval -18th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELL]
See also Yealmpton.

Cross

See Axmouth and Black Torrington .

Crudge

Baker, Jane. The Crudge family of Bristol and Devon: a family history. [Bristol]: [the authors?], (1990) 18 pp., [16] p. of plates : ill., geneal. tables. [18th-20th c.]
Baker, Jane. A Devon family: a general history of the Crudge family. Bristol: the author (1991) pp. 55. [Raymond: 16-20th c. Includes pedigrees.] [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/CRU]

Crutchett

See Plymouth.

Cruwys

See Cruwys Morchard, and East Anstey.

Cuddeford

See Newton St Cyres.

Cudlipp

See Tavistock.

Culling

See Woodland.

Cunningham

See Okehampton.

Cutcliffe

See Mortehoe.