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Honiton and the Otter Valley: In Old Photographs

John Yallop

Stroud, Alan Sutton (1992)

Index prepared by Lora M. Beseler

Abbot of Dunkeswell: 145
Abolition; of town tolls; June 1910 (photo): 98
Acknowledgements: 159
Addington, Henry; Speaker of the House of Common; Prime Minister 1801-1804; later Viscount Sidmouth: 132
Aggar, Sgt. Major: 116
Agger, Harry; 6
Agger, Harry; Sgt. Major Allhallows School (photo 1936): 129
Airplane; over Honiton; c. 1911 (photo): 106
Airship and airplanes (photo): 107
Allhallow's Chapel (aerial photo): 109
Allhallow's Museum; photographic collection: 7
Allhallow's School (aerial photo): 109
Allhallows School buildings; aerial views (photos c. 1921-28): 110
Allhallows School moderns; with form master; late 19th c . (photo): 127
Allhallows School; playground (photo): 69
Allhallows School; swimming baths (photos): 124
Almshouses; St Margaret's; three men and six women residents; oldest man 89 years of age (22 Sept 1829): 40
Angel Hotel; one of longest surviving Honiton hotels (photo): 28
Angel yard (aerial photo): 109
Angel's: 58
Assembly Rooms; 1895 celebrations; Maypole (photo): 86
Aurora Borealis (1936): 12
Awliscombe; church (photos): 140
Awliscombe; village street (photo): 141
Awliscombe: 67, 132
Bacon, Anthony, Mr.; favored cider tax: 36
Baker, A.H.; shop; High Street (photo): 62
Baker, Hugh; hat seller: 28
Banfield family; Dolphin: 27
Banfield's Dolphin Hotel; Diamond Jubilee (photo): 85
Banfield's Dolphin Hotel; High Street (photos): 26
Bank House; decorated; Crimean War end (photo): 84
Barretti, Joseph; Italian visitor; ducking stool: 38
Bartlett, C.G.A.; land agent; auctioneer; valuer; The Beetle car (photo 2 June 1927): 120
Bartlett, Mrs.; driving with husband C.G.A. Bartlett down Church Hill (photo 2 June 1927): 120
Bassett, George; grocer (photo 1936): 129
Beauties of the Shore; Stirling, D.M.; author (1838): 58
Beech Walk; Gittisham (photo): 13
Bennett, Sammy (photo): 113
Billin's Directory (1857): 7
Bishop Grandisson; church of Ottery St Mary: 7
Bishop's Tower; erected 1843 (photo c. 1860): 139
Bishops Tower: 132
Black Lion Stables; street musician (photo): 121
Black Lion; at New Street (aerial photo): 109
Blackdown Hills; dissected plateau; east half of East Devon: 11
Blackdown Hills: 132
Blackdown region; Vale of Taunton to Channel: 6
Bloomfield, The; guest house (photo): 152
Book of Common Prayer; Fenny Bridges; battle 1549: 151
Borough Councel (photo): 94
Bowden, R.J.; Honiton station (photo): 121
Boy Scouts; inaugurated 1908 (photo): 88
Bramble Hill; Toll Gate Honiton; hut (photo): 50
Bramble Hill: 87
Brantyham, Bishop (17 Sept 1374): 39
Brice; writing of Honiton (1759): 6
British Legion Hall; Honiton to Oakmount (photo): 18
Broad Street; Ottery St. Mary: 157
Brock, Daniel; family photo; coronation celebration (photo c. 1911): 115
Bromdun; hill covered with broom; Gittisham Hill: 149
Buckerell church (photo): 144
Buckerell Knap; hill overlooking Buckerell village (photo): 144
Buckerell: 132
Burne-Jones, Edward, Sir; stained glass; Monkton Church: 136
Burrit; writing of Honiton (1865): 6
Burritt, E.; American; his book A Walk from London to Land's End and Back (1865): 17
Burritt; traveler: 133
Cadhay; late 16th c. house; road from Fairmile to Ottery St Mary (photo 1930s): 156
Cadhay; mill leat (photo): 156
Canadian troops; WWI (photo): 75
Carnell, Harold; schoolmaster; organist (photo 1936): 129
Central Restaurant, The; Luncheon and Tea Room: 63
Chapel Street; southern boundary of medieval town: 42
Chard, Thomas; rebuilt St Margaret's as almshouse (1530): 39
Charles I, King (1643): 7
Charles I, King (1643): 7
Charles, King, the Ist; Marwood House (1644): 23
Children; unnamed; coronation festivities 1937 (photo): 95
Chopping Knife; public house (photo): 55
Chown, Bill (photo 1903): 128
Church Hill; after arrival of R.R. (photo): 47
Church Hill; view predating R.R.; Heath (photo): 46
Church Hill: 7
Clapper Bridge; Honiton to Combe Raleigh Road; flooding 11 Jan 1913 (photo): 15, 16
Cochrane, Lord; famous sailor (1806): 38
Coffin posts: 46
Cole, A.S.; parliamentary commissioner; survey: 112
Collard, Charles; owner Honiton Pottery (1918-1947): 53
Coly: 11
Combe House; Putts; near Gittisham (photo): 146
Combe Raleigh (photo 1920s): 137
Combe Raleigh; church (photo): 138
Combe Raleigh; rectory (postcard view 1920s): 138
Combe Raleigh: 132
Complete English Traveller; writing of Honiton (1790): 6
Convalescents; driving; five unnamed soldiers (photo): 79
Coplestone, Bishop; Bishop's Tower; Coplestones of Offwell: 139
Coplestones; of Offwell; Bishop Coplestone: 139
Copper Castle; Axminster Road (photo c. 1910): 51
Cornbury, fLord; deserted King James II; joined Prince of Orange (14 Nov 1688): 28
Coronation Sports; 1937; obstacle race; Allhallows Lodge in background (photo): 96
County Rifle Range (photo): 73
Cowley Farm (aerial view): 109
Cowley Farm: 69
Cowley Road; toll hut (photo): 52
Cricket Team; shopowners (photo 1936): 129
Crimean War; ended 1856; High Street celebration (photo): 84
Critland, Jack (photo 1903): 128
Crystal: 36
CSM; Allhallows School instructor, groundsman, general guide, philosopher, friend to generations of boys; High Street (photo 1930s): 21
Culm: 11
Cyres, St: 14
Davidson, J.; Church Notes of E. Devon (22 Sept 1829): 40
Deerbin, John; Cowley Farm (photo 1936): 129
Defoe; writing of Honiton (1724): 6
Deneslow, E.J.; stationer (photo 1936): 129
Devon County Show; 1933 (photo): 98
Devonia Cinema (1930s cinema style): 36
Devonia; moving pictures: 102
Devonshire Regiment; members (photo): 71
Dickens, Charles; reporter Morning Chronicle: 33
Dimond and Co. (photo 1930s): 65
Dimond's: 58
Dodd's yard (aerial view): 109
Dofyn Inn (21, 22 Nov 1688): 28
Dollard, Charles' daughter (photo c. 1930s): 53
Dolphin Inn; meet (photo c. 1910): 111
Dolphin; Assembly Rooms (photo 1890s): 26
Dolphin: 28
Dommett, Reg; butcher (photo 1936): 129
Dorchester: 7
Drewe, Cedric, Sir; candidate 1936 (photo): 104
Dumpdon Hill (photo): 9
Dumpdon hill; Iron age ramparts: 12
Dumpdon: 14, 17
Dunkeswell (photos): 145
Dunkeswell Abbey: 145
Dunkeswell: 19, 132
Dunning, Susan, Mrs. (1856): 60
Dyer's; laboratories: 116
East Devon Drapery Stores (photo): 59
Edward VIII; accession; abdication: 93
Edwardian postcard (photo): 130
Englsih Traveller, The; writing of Honiton (1746): 6
Exeter Quay: 19
Exeter Road; into Honiton; rectory gate (photo): 37
Exeter Road; St. Margaret's (photo): 39
Exeter: 7
Fair, Annual; eve and feast of St Margaret 19-20th July; since 1247; towncrier (photo): 99
Fairfield Gardens: 103
Fairmile Inn (photo): 154
Fairmile Inn and post office (photo): 155
Fairmile; 'le faire mile' (1425): 155
Fairmile: 132
Farway Common: 149
Feniton (photo c. 1930): 154
Feniton (photo): 153
Feniton Church (photo): 153
Feniton: 132
Fenny Bridges (photo): 151, 152
Fenny Bridges; Greyhound: 131
Fenny Bridges: 132
Fiennes, Celia (1695): 155
Fire Brigade; new steam appliance (photo): 126
Fire brigade; unknown members in group portrait (photo): 114
Foales Grocery (photo): 58
Fowler, Mrs.; lace shop (photo 1907): 56
Funfair (photo): 103
George V, King; coronation celebration; mugs (photos): 88
George V, King; death Jan 1936; memorial procession (photo): 93
George V, King; Silver Jubilee 1935; High Street (photo): 89
George VI, King; coronation service and procession (photo 1937): 94
German gun; WWI; Honiton (photo): 160
Giseage Bridge (photo): 120
Giseage Bridge; old Anchor Inn; two different Anchor Inns (photos): 37
Giseage; at Dowell Street (photo): 35
Giseage: 32, 67, 87, 115
Gittisham church (photo): 147
Gittisham Hill; olden Bromdun: 149
Gittisham post office (photo): 147
Gittisham village (photos): 148, 149
Gittisham; Beech Walk (photo): 13
Gittisham: 132
Globe Inn (photo): 35
Godfrey, Fred (photo c. WWII): 113
Godolphin, Mrs. (1863): 66
Gould, Ernest (photo 1903): 128
Gould; writing of Honiton (1899): 6
Grand Stand; Friday following fair 1883 (photo): 97
Grandisson, Bishop; church of Ottery St Mary: 7
Grandisson, Bishop; St Mary's Church (1337): 158
Greyhound Inn (photo): 131
Griffiths, A.J.; photographer: 97
Griffiths, Alfred John; photographer 1883-1923; unnamed gentleman (photo): 118
Griffiths, Alfred John; professional photographer (1883-1919): 8
Griffiths; Mother and child, unknown (photo): 119
Griffiths; Young married couple, unknown (photo): 119
Harding, Frank; outfitter (photo 1936): 129
Harris, Arthur Travers, Sir; 'Bomber Harris': 69
Harris, Mr.; baker; apiarist (photos): 123
Harris; baker: 64
Harris; Marshal of RAF: 69
Harris: 25
Heath, W.E.; photographer (1850s): 45
Heath, William Edward; Honiton resident: 7
Heathcote, John; net making machine (1809): 55
Hembury Fort: 144, 145
Henry III, King (1230): 7
Henry III, King (1230): 7
High Street; west (photo): 34
High Street (photos): 24
High Street Shops; decorated for George V coronation (photo): 62
High Street; 'waiting for the procession' (photo 1895): 87
High Street; by St Paul's; post-WWI (photo): 29
High Street; by St. Paul's; pre-WWI (photo): 29
High Street; centre (photo 1930s): 27
High Street; centre (photo 19th c): 27
High Street; east view from west (photo c. 1900): 25
High Street; market day (photo): 49
High Street; motor cars (photo): 31, 32
High Street; near New Street (photos): 30
High Street; west end (photo): 36
High Street; west end; Giseage Valley (photo): 33
High Street: 7
Highland Fling Café; Monkton House (photo): 59
History of the Honiton Lace Industry, The; author Dr. John Yallop, OBE: 8
Holton, Ted; pharmacist: 116
Holyshute House; opposite East End (photo): 23
Home Guard; WWII (photo): 82
Honiton (photo): 9
Honiton Co-op String Band (photo): 125
Honiton faces; collage; mayor at center: 130
Honiton fire brigade; at work by railway bridge (photo): 44
Honiton from the Exeter Road (photo): 38
Honiton Hill; Bishop's Tower: 139
Honiton Hill: 6, 7
Honiton Hippos: 23
Honiton Lace Shoppe, Ye (photo c. 1920s): 55
Honiton Paving Act: 50
Honiton pottery: 53
Honiton Rational Hospital Collectors (photo): 126
Honiton Show; first Thursday in August; sheep posing (photo 1930s): 20
Honiton War Work Depot; founded June 1916; closed Jan 30, 1919: 81
Honiton; aerial view; low altitude (photo 1936)s): 108
Honiton; early 20th c. view (photo): 11
Honiton; Ironfounders: 32
Honiton; start of 20th c.; Kings Road (photo) Honiton; East End (photo): 22
Honiton; textile centre; third cloth town in Devon; mediaeval times: 8
Hook, Seaborne, Mr.; mayor (1919): 83
Hooker; writing of Honiton (1599): 6
Hoskin's; New Street (photo): 57
Hoskins, W.G., Professor; Luppitt: 134
Hoskins: 58
Hospital mess; unnamed soldiers (photo): 78
Hot Pennies scramble (photo c. 1930): 101
Hussey, Jimmy; estate agent (photo 1936): 129
Hussey, Mr.; school attendance officer (photo 1936): 129
Jeanes, Fred; a character; Honiton Pottery (photo): 117
Jerrard, Dr.: 43
Jubilee Sports men's race; 1935 (photo): 91
Kelly's Directory (1856): 7
Kennaway, Bt. John, Sir; member of parliament 1870-1910 (photo): 112
King Street: 103
King Street: 86
King's Fund for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors: 81
Lace (postcard photo): 57
Lace Shop (photo 1930s): 56
Lace, Honiton: 54
Lake, John; mace bearer; 1937 (photo): 95
Langford Bridge (photo): 137
Langford Bridge; Honiton to Dunkeswell (photo 1930): 17
Lee, Elizabeth; widow of William Lee: 28
Lee, William; Lee's Angel Hotel; widow Elizabeth: 28
Leland; writing of Honiton (1534-43): 6
Linscott, Walter; lace making (photo c. 1915): 54
Lord Russell (1549): 7
Luppitt (photos 1920s): 134
Luppitt: 132
MacKarness Hall (aerial view): 109
Mackarness Hall; Allhallows School: 76
Manor House; Golden Lion: 33
Margaret's, St.; almshouses (photo): 39, 40
Market Place; mid High Street (photo late 1800s): 66
Marwood House; west of Holyshute; from 1617; built for John Marwood (photo) : 23
Marwood House: 32
Marwood, John; son of Queen Elizabeth's physician: 23
Maule; writing of Honiton; Chard to Exeter road (1837): 6
Merchant, John (1857): 60
Methodist Church (photo): 42
Mickelburgh: 32
Mill House; Mill Street; owner Daniel Brock 1910 (photo c. 1911): 115
Mill Street: 86
Mobile cinema; Honiton fair 1915 (photo): 102
Monkton House; private home of Revd. H.K. Venn, Vicar of Monkton: 25
Monkton House; residence of vicar of Monkton, Highland Fling Café (photo): 59
Monkton: 132
Montecute, Prior of; Bishop of Solubria, Turkey: 39
Moor's Garage; High Street: 31
Moor's Garage: 33, 34
Morrison-Bell, Clive, Sir; member of parliament 1910-1931: 112
Mowing (photo): 19
Muridunum; Roman sation: 144
National Provincial Bank: 64
National School; King Street: 110
New Street; early 20th c. (photos): 43
New Street; Honiton (photo): 42
New Street: 7, 86
Norman, Bill; station bus (photo): 49
Northcote Lane (aerial view): 109
Orange, Prince of (1688): 7
Otter Inn; Weston (photo): 143
Otter River : 14, 17
Otter Valley; hedgerows (photos 20th c): 10
Otter Valley: 132
Otter Valley: 7, 9
Otter: 11
Ottery St Mary; roof top view (photo): 158
Ottery St Mary: 11
Ottery St. Mary; market town; (photo early 20th c.): 157
Ottery St. Mary: 132
Patterson, Bishop; martyr South Seas (1871): 153
Pavey, Lewis; grocer (photo 1936): 129
Payhembury: 132, 150
Payne, I.G.; New Street Shop; 1883-1906 (photo): 60
Payne, Isaac George; White's Directory 1890 (photo): 60
Peace of Paris; end of Crimean War (1856): 84
Phillips, Mrs.; mayor 1937 (photo): 94
Phillips, Mrs.; mayor 1937 (photo): 95
Pirates of Penzance; 1935; Allhallows school boys (photo): 127
Poll, Declaration of the; 1936 (photo): 104
Power, William (photo 1903): 128
Prince of Orange (1688): 7
Putts; Combe House: 146
Queen Street; coronation decoration 1947; unnamed persons posing (photo): 96
Queen Victoria; Diamond Jubilee (photo): 85
Railraod accident; west of Honiton station (photo): 45
Railroad accident; west of Honiton station (photo): 45
Railway bridge station; demolished 1969 (photo): 44
Railway Station; air view (photo): 105
Raleigh's Valley: 137
Rapsey, Bert (photo 1903): 128
Rapsey, Walt (photo 1903): 128
Rattenbury, W.; chimney sweep: 122
Rawridge; district manor; Domesday Survey 1087: 135
Rawridge; hamlet (photos 1920s): 135
Rawridge: 132
Risdon: 155
River Crystal: 32
Robinson, Heath: 107
Roderigo, Johnny (photo 1936): 129
Rolling Pin; shop (photo): 55
Roundball; rifle range (photo): 74
Roundball: 73
Royal Artillery (photo 1900s): 75
Rundle, Mrs.; founder Honiton War Work: 81
Russell, Lord (1549): 7, 151
Russell, Sgt.; Devonshire Regiment Volunteers (photo): 72
Salis, A. Fane de, Rev'd.; rector (photo): 95
Sampford Courtenay; rebellion started: 151
Sanson, Jack; cycles (photo 1936): 129
Sheep Market; High Street (photo): 68
Sid: 11
Silver Street market (photo): 69
Silver Street; livestock market (photo): 69
Silver Street: 109
Sluggett, William; Town Dairy (1903): 128
Soldiers; three amputees; unnamed (photo): 80
Sprake, R.D.: 28
St. Cyres (photos): 14
St. Cyres hill (photos): 12
St. Cyres: 13, 145
St. Margaret's (photo): 39
St. Mary's; Ottery St. Mary (1337): 158
St. Michael's Church; fire ruins; 26 Mon 1911 (photo): 47
St. Michael's Church; reuins from fire (photo): 48
St. Michael's; aerial view (photo): 106
St. Michael's; church (1911): 7
St. Paul's: 58
Stamp, Mrs.; founder Honiton War Work: 81
Stapleforth, Teddy; Church Hill 1927 (photo): 125
Star (photo): 79
Stawell; writing of Honiton (1910): 6
Steele-Perkins, Dr., Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) (photo): 76
Street Scene; Honiton (photo): Frontispiece
Studley, F., and Sons; upholsterers (photo 1930s): 61
Studley, Frederick; councilor, alderman, mayor, freeman (1958): 61
Studley, Frederick; with comrade; RFC uniforms (photo): 117
Summers, Walt; deputy town crier (photo): 122
Sun; shop (photo): 64
Thorn, Walter; temperance hotel; High Street (1897): 61
Town Crier; annual fair (photo): 100
Town Dairy; owner William Sluggett (photo 1903): 128
Tracey Bridge; OS = Stoneyford; Honiton to Awliscombe road (photo): 18
Tracey House (photo): 13
Tucker Court: 69
Turk's Head Café (photos): 41
Tweed, C.N.; major; mugs; 1935 (photo): 90
Upottery; church exterior (photo): 133
Upottery; transport (photo): 133
Upottery; village school (photo): 132
VAD; hospital (photo): 77
VAD; Voluntary aid Detachment; training exercises (photo): 76
Venn, H.K., Rev'd.; Vicar of Monkton: 25
Vernon, William de; Lord of the Manor; manor site that of St. Michael's today (c 1200): 7
Volunteer, The: 36, 103
Volunteer; thatched: 35
Volunteer; unknown (photo): 72
Vowell, John; contemporary historian (1548): 151
Wakeham, F.S.; aerial view from 1000 feet: 109
Wakeham, F.S.; professional RAF pilot; aerial view of Honiton from 10,000 feet (photo): 108
Ward, William (1889): 60
Warin; owned manor in Ottery St. Mary; as recorded in Domesday Survey: 142
Warren, Percy; tobacconist (photo 1936): 129
Washing Day Race; 1935 (photo): 92
Webber, Annie, Mrs.; New Street: 61
Webber, M.G.; shop (photo 1930s): 65
Wellington Monument: 11
Westcote, Thomas; writing 1610: Frontispiece
Weston (photo): 143
Weston (photos): 142
Weston; Exeter road (photo): 141
Weston; formerly Waringstone ; Warin: 142
Weston: 132
White Hart Inn (photo): 67
Wiliam; Prince of Orange (1688): 155
Wings for Victory; WWII RAF band (photo): 82
Woodrow, Alf (photo 1903): 128
Younge, George, Sir; repealed cider tax: 36